Trump’s Victory

Well, Trump won. Now those of use on the neoreaction need to have a balanced viewpoint of this. Trump’s presidency should provide a political climate more favorable to our movement, but as I have said before, and will repeat again: Trump is an American civic nationalist; ultimately it is the responsibility of the neoreaction and alt-right to encourage ethnonationalism. Trump may keep America alive for a few years longer, but the way demographics are, if persons of European ancestry wish to have a significant presence on the North American continent 200 years from now, an ethnostate of some sort is almost certainly necessary. Now for those of you excited by this victory, I pose the question: is Trump an avatar of the Indo-European 2nd-funtion deity? (from Dumezil’s trifunctional hypothesis) Some images for inspiration below:

Trump vs. Political Correctness
Thor vs. Jormungandr (by Kubeen on Deviant Art)
Indra vs Vritra
Heracles vs. Hydra

And finally:

Bard the Bowman vs Smaug

 

 

Towards an Ethnic European Group Evolutionary Strategy

If anyone reading this article has heard of Dr.Kevin MacDonald and knows the summary of his notable works The Culture of Critique, and Separation and its Discontents, Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism, one understands the importance of a group evolutionary strategy in the survival and well-being of a people. MacDonald argues that Christianity acted as a group evolutionary strategy against Judaism (also a group evolutionary strategy), and a read through the New Testament would seem to confirm this.

To me, it is obvious that the Christianity in its modern form (since the Nominalist revolution in philosophy) has encouraged ethnic Europeans to be less ethnocentric, and is thus no longer a suitable group evolutionary strategy for ethnic Europeans. A replacement is needed, and many have responded to this need with the idea that it is necessary to revive pre-Christian polytheistic religions. I agree that it would be romantic to revive Asatru, Nova Roma, Hellenismos, Neo-Druidism, Romuva etc. as ethnic religions.  However, the reality of the situation is that many if not most Asatruars, and many other neopagans are hostile against European ethnocentric behavior. So it is also obvious to me that European polytheism does not effectively encourage ethnocentrism among ethnic Europeans, and is therefore not the solution we need. From this I have gathered that religion cannot be our sole, or even primary, group evolutionary strategy; we instead need something deeper which crosses all the religious barriers between different factions of the Alt-Right and Neoreaction.

What we need most of all is to pass down narratives. Narratives are powerful. One could argue that the entire Jewish group evolutionary strategy is centered around narrative, the Old Testament. As ethnic Europeans, we have a wealth of narratives to pass down to our children, students, pupils etc: Leonidas at Thermopylae, Arminius and the Battle of the Teutoberg forest, the story of Mucius Scaevola, and the Aeneid to name a few. All of which contain stories of men who bravely stood in the face of massive opposition just as we do today because they understood their duty their people, their ancestors, their children, and their nation.

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Additionally , there is an important meta-narrative, which appears to draw from many of the ones I have previously listed–the works Tolkien. Tolkien presented ethnic Europeans under the guise of hobbits, men and elves, all of whom would have their homelands attacked and people destroyed by orcs and servants of Melkor had it not been for their cooperative efforts both on the battlefield, and in destroying the One Ring. In Tolkien’s narratives one finds both the admonitions against cowardice, and the moral instruction which are needed for the formation of a group evolutionary strategy.

DON’T be a Denethor

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Rather, follow the example of Galadriel:

In the following video, she has no sympathy for her enemies; notice her words: “If you try to stop me, I will destroy you”. Also notice the cryptic language of Sauron: “You cannot fight the shadow. Even now you fade. One light alone in the darkness”. It sounds a lot like what the globalist cosmopolitans say to intimidate us: “You cannot keep your country white, we will wipe you out of existence, you are just a bunch of losers etc”. Yet as Galadriel says, and something we should all remind ourselves “I am not alone”.

More of the same from Sauron in the next video too: “The time of the Elves is over. The Age of the Orc has come”. Compare to: “The time of the European is over, the age of rapugees and ISIL has come”. Yet Galadriel is courageous, and eventually, she expels Sauron from Dol Goldur.

These narratives are what we need to be teaching our kids. From them, we can develop a full blown counter-narrative which will compete directly against the Europhobic, Cultural Marxist narrative of leftist academics, public education, and the mainstream media.

Why Nietzsche? How I See Things

Wanderer above the Sea of Fog, Caspar David Fredrich

Those of you who are more familiar with the German philosopher Fredrich Nietzsche may be wondering why an ethnonationalist like myself is blogging about him. It seems common knowledge that Nietzsche was against nationalism, so why do I bother to bring him up?

Update 2/19/2017 I wrote this a while back and may disagree with it to a certain extent.

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Liberalism as a Derivative of Nominalism

I have recently been watching a series of videos explaining the origins of modern Western Liberalism in the Nominalist philosophical movement which emerged in Europe during the High Middle Ages. I will post the videos below. The author of the video series, however, does not explain the possible origins of Nominalism in the anti-Essentialism and anti-intellectualism found in the Bible itself (Gal. 3:28, Prov. 3:7, 1 Cor. 1:25), and how this anti-Essentialism was tempered for a period of time by the Church’s adoption of Hellenic (mostly Platonic and Aristotlean) philosophy, but later let loose by the Sola Scriptura of the Protestant Reformation. This untempered anti-Essentialism, particularly present in Evangelical Protestant Christianity (but also to an extent in Catholicism), appears to be what Nietzsche begins to react against as explained in Part 5.  After watching these you should be able to understand the Nominalist roots of feminism, transgenderism, and race denialism. It should also be clear why political correctness has a much tighter grip on the populace in countries with a historical Protestant presence like America, Canada, Britain, Germany, and Sweden, than more Catholic and Orthodox countries such as Spain, Italy, and most of Eastern Europe including Russia.