“An authoritarian conspiracy that cannot think efficiently, cannot act to preserve itself against the opponents it induces.”
Thieving kleptocrats backing globalist and nationalist regimes both aim to exploit the common people. Globalists are just better at it. We must topple these criminal regimes, especially those in the West. Not to establish a global open society, but to return peoples of European descent to traditional values of God, family, and kin.
In a poem from the Icelandic Edda, the Norse god Thor wakes up without his hammer. He has lost his phallus. A giant named Thrym, whose name means uproar, has taken it. He won’t bring the hammer back unless the fair-haired Freya, Odin’s wife, marries him. But the otherwise promiscuous goddess refuses the ugly troll; her anger sends an earthquake through Asgard.
“Largely unknown in the West, the war against communism already began after the Russian Revolution, when Great Britain and the United States sent secret armies against the newly founded Soviet Union, a state in ‘baby age’. Between 1918 and 1920, London and Washington chose to support the Russian right and financed ten military interventions against the USSR on Soviet soil.”
“Without stable traditions, no civilization; without the slow elimination of these traditions, no progress…”
According to French historian Fustel de Coulanges, “The Roman Empire didn’t maintain itself by force, but by the religious admiration it inspired.”[i] By definition, a people’s traditional faith competes with a belief in the State. It’s why progressive liberals so often look down on the religious right. God is the only thing left standing between personal freedom and collective slavery.
“The world conflict of today is the conflict of the individual against the state, … The names change, but the essence — and the results — remain the same, whether it is the individual against feudalism, or against absolute monarchy, or against communism or fascism or Nazism or socialism or the welfare state.”— Ayn Rand