Unleash the Storm

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Tue, 05/26/2020 - 22:08

If we’re supposed to be the “victors” of the Second World War, then how come it feels as though we’ve lost every other battle since?

The Battles Lost

At first, the winds of change came up in gentle gusts, but if the men who fought in that war were here today, they would not be able to recognize the Western world they died for. It is no longer a civilized region. We’ve been ravaged by progress. It has left both our cities and our morality in ruins.

Our Struggle through the Ages

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 05/20/2020 - 11:21

As the saying goes, roads are made by walking. But when our ancestors first woke up in the swamps of Europe, they had to create land before they could walk.

Scientists now agree ancient Africans invented fire. However, it cannot be denied that Europeans first brought the gift of Prometheus to the North. Our forefathers left Africa’s womb and ventured into the cold, dark places of a new continent, inhospitable to a carefree life.

For with fire and ice, came order and discipline.

The West Has Fallen; Long Live the West!

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Thu, 05/14/2020 - 18:39

My friends and followers around the world,

we are the ones raised to be the Tolerant Generation. That means we’re not the Greatest Generation. Bred and raised to respect The Other, we welcomed him in. All of us were going to coexist, peacefully. We were going to set aside our ethnic and religious differences to hold hands, and sing songs by the campfire.

There Is No Political Solution

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Sun, 05/10/2020 - 16:12

Our eternal condemnation to treat others equally, as a means to right perceived historical wrongs, also says we are the ones who have something more to give.

This ability of ours, to take care of other people, often in the manner that a farmer may feel sympathy for his cattle, provokes in the world’s rabble an incurable jealousy, if not a vicious hatred, for it means they are our patients, and that makes us the cure.

Out of the Fog and Into the Fire

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Sat, 05/02/2020 - 16:51

It’s a strange condition, for our peoples, to know that our best days lie behind us. And while everyone else is looking forward to our demise, we have got nothing to look forward to. This conclusion denies the very notion of progress preached since Karl Marx. Yet, here we are, lost in the fog of progress, looking for a guiding light to lead us out.

We Shall Be Shamans

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 04/29/2020 - 18:52

Where to, right-wing man? How will you forge a new destiny for your people? What we need is a sort of shaman who will channel our emotions into a frenzy. The force unleashed, we can use to defend a homeland. There’s no more need to follow laws and rules. We must break out of the rigid structures built around us, and flee to the front.

Traditional Order: A Story about Self-Sufficiency

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Mon, 04/27/2020 - 20:00

Traditional peoples have always believed in God (or gods). In this fictional story, three pilgrims go looking for their god, each gets to ask one question that God must answer. It’s a story about the traditional way of life, and about making the right choices, first and foremost, by relying on oneself. *God* is the collection of experiences and abilities our ancestors passed on to us. It’s up to us whether we decide to preserve or squander this gift.

What Has Become of Us?

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 04/22/2020 - 20:14

We are the descendants of a race of people who never feared death. And we never will. They call us angry men for a reason. We have grown tired of a world that won’t let us live free anymore. Perhaps our future lies in the past. When we look back to our great and daring ancestors, those sailed the seas, we will discover what lies ahead of us.

Autonomy, or Freedom from Globalism

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 04/22/2020 - 07:40

One way to win freedom from globalism is to make communities more autonomous. It doesn’t mean to cut loose from the rest of the world, but rather to make sure people possess and polish the skills required to provide for what is needed. That way, we gain more independence from the distributive schemes of international socialism.

UPDATE: The T-Shirt I’m wearing shows a Gothic eagle (or a raven) that some of the Goths wore when they sacked Rome. They wore them pairs of two, at the shoulders, and upside down, as it were, ready to strike at prey below.