Zag wrote:So the people who demand a monoethnic society are called fascist... how unfair.
Indeed, that this sort of equation is popular and even reflexive shows how braindead the mainstream/left have become. By their criteria, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, Abraham Lincoln, Otto von Bismarck, Teddy Roosevelt, Charles de Gaulle - really everybody before the 1960s - were "fascists." Whereas in fact, people of many political stripes (often democrats, liberals, but also authoritarians) have encouraged the fairly common sense idea that every people should have their own country.
This kind of on-its-face false equation is emblematic of the intellectual poverty of the mainstream and its leftist pseudo-rebel offshoots today. In my opinion antifa really are the lowest form of political life: juvenile, self-righteously proud to be "rebels," whereas in fact they are only attacking targets, nationalists, specifically designated by the regime for marginalization and demonization. In France, they have attacked bookstores and physically assault intellectuals they don't like (including mild-mannered leftist professors like Étienne Chouard, for example, for merely meeting
with nationalists). They have literally been successfully house-trained to have a Pavlovian reaction of hatred towards those who think a bit outside the box.
The sheer magnitude and simultaneity of self-righteousness and toolery are quite impressive.
The Kali Yuga stuff is interesting. Neonazis argue Aryan mysticism should become the new European religion even as, at face value, their warped claims are simultaneously compelling in their dead-pan seriousness and emotional intensity, and unintentionally hilarious in just how blasphematory and absurd they appear in the current culture (e.g. Savitri Devi's passionate claim that Adolf Hitler was the ninth avatar of Vishnu - a man of both Sun and Lightning, wielder of Dark Age violence in the name of Golden Age ideals - tragically doomed in the fight against time to be defeated by the forces of falsehood and disintegration, as a prelude to the arrival of the final avatar who riding his White Horse will be "the Destroyer of Filth"). Such claims are ridiculous today, but what if this century leads to the fall of the Europeans and global chaos? Then, like the Roman, we will no doubt turn to a new religion amidst the anarchy.
There's something ridiculous about those who seem to think, especially in North America, that "Uncle Adolf will come to the rescue" to solve their problems..
I personally believe all religions are false in their specific claims. But there is clearly: 1) An individual therapeutic need to give closure to the unfathomable mystery of life and death. 2) A general need for the society to believe in something
holy. Was the West doomed from the moment it - elites and masses - ceased to really believe in God(s)?
A stubborn porcupine: heredity & nationhood. Meditate, brother!
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