Monday, September 18, 2023

The Fifth Column of Capitalism - A Lesson From History


Strasser brothers oftenly hailed by pseudo-NS guys of today as the "ultra revolutionaries" and "die-hard anticapitalists". But they were really like this? The reality was far from that. In fact they were the fifth column of capitalism inside the NSDAP. The paid minions of bankers and industrialists so to prevent the true NS forces of revolution of taking the power. Fortunately, the justified action of Night of The Long Knives gave to these traitors what they really deserve. The text that follows shows exactly that.

"In line with his changing ideological perspectives, Strasser was prepared after 1930 to initiate a serious dialogue with industrialists, especially with regard to the mining and chemical industries in the Rhur where Schulz had important contacts. Sympathetic industrialists wanted to be certain that their donations to the NSDAP would be controlled by responsible hands, and August Heinrichsbauer, chief editor of the Rhenisch-Westfalischer Wirtschaftsdienst in Essen and principal link-man of Ruhr industry to the political right who was on friendly terms with Schulz, states that some businessman saw their "responsible" man in Strasser. As a result, received from spring 1931 a monthly subvention of RM10,OOO  from the mining  industry with the specific objective of strengthrning  himself and his "moderate" associates in the part, and of helping them to advance co-operation with the other acceptable right-wing circles. Similarly, Strasser almost certainly received the bulk of the RM180,000 industrialist Otto Wolff paid to the NSDAP during 1932 on the advice of Schleicher, and may also received smaller ammounts from Paul Silverberg and a few other magnates. Strasser's "socialism" was obviously not taken too seriously by these hard-headed businessmen."

Taken from : PETER D.STACHURA "Gregor Strasser and the rise of Nazism"





Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Heraclitus - Cultivation of War and The Higher Type of Man


Chad Crowley

"War is the father of all and the king of all; it proves some people gods, and some people men; it makes some people slaves and some people free."

― Heraclitus, Fragments

Heraclitus (c. 540 BC – c. 480 BC), hailing from the Ionic Greek city of Ephesus and known as the Obscure One, stands as an unparalleled colossus in the annals of ancient Greek pre-Socratic philosophy. His intellectual legacy, deep and vast, has threaded its way through time, influencing the minds of giants from Plato to Nietzsche, and beyond.

Central to his teachings was the notion that the universe is in a state of constant change, where nothing remains still.

For Heraclitus, fire epitomized this fundamental principle. More than a mere element, fire symbolized the cyclical nature of transformation: creation and destruction, birth and death.

He envisioned a cosmos where this fiery dynamism underpinned every process, from the macroscopic revolutions of celestial bodies to the microscopic alterations within organisms.

His doctrine of the unity of opposites suggests that all the seemingly opposing forces of the cosmos are interconnected and interdependent, establishing a cosmic balance.

At the heart of this balance, Heraclitus posited, was the concept of the Logos, a rational principle that guided the universe's ceaseless change. Despite the apparent disorder and chaos, there exists an underlying order, governed by this Logos.

Heraclitus firmly positions war as the cornerstone of his philosophy, symbolizing the unwavering agonal spirit of mankind. In the realm of men, war and conflict shape destinies, while strife among citizens fortifies the vitality of their cities, and, by extension, their nations.

Yet, for Heraclitus, these fierce conflicts, the perpetual agonizing struggle, are not merely destructive climaxes. They serve as the genesis of new beginnings from which new life is forged. Through these tempestuous confrontations, both men and nations ascend. They may bear the scars of battle, yet these very trials of cosmic combat craft equilibrium, harmony, and innate beauty. War doesn't merely play out in the domain of man; it is a reflection of the great cosmic rhythm of the totality of existence.

Heraclitus' unwavering belief in the all-encompassing role of war not only shapes his understanding of the tangible aspects of the world, but also extends to the metaphysical realm.

True masculine virtue isn't found in the mindless brawls of the pub, but in the wholehearted embrace of this cosmic struggle. The most valorous men possess an innate understanding of the world's intricate agonal fabric, allowing them to align their thoughts, words, and actions with its rhythm. Yet, for many, such profound insight remains elusive, their spirits tethered by trepidation and inertia. The discernment of this profound truth is a gift reserved for the higher-type of man.

Sunday, August 27, 2023

The Revenge of Nature Upon Man - The Tolkien Allegory

The Ent's Marching Song

We come, we come with roll of drum: ta-runda runda runda rom!

We come, we come with horn and drum: ta-rūna rūna rūna rom!

To Isengard! Though Isengard be ringed and barred with doors of stone;
Though Isengard be strong and hard, as cold as stone and bare as bone,
We go, we go, we go to war, to hew the stone and break the door;
For bole and bough are burning now, the furnace roars - we go to war!
To land of gloom with tramp of doom, with roll of drum, we come, we come;
To Isengard with doom we come!
With doom we come, with doom we come!

THE POEM: "The March of the Ent" by J.R.R. Tolkien

1.  "The Wrath of the Ents" by Ted Nasmith
2. A Classic Map of Middle Earth

Wednesday, August 23, 2023

The European Civilization Died on Stalingrand

 It’s Stalingrad. How’s that for catharsis! The fall of Stalingrad is the finish of Europe. There was a cataclysm. The core of it all was Stalingrad. There you can say it was finished and well finished, the white civilization. So all that, it made some noise, some boiling, the guns, the waterfalls. I was in it…

Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Taken from HERE

Monday, August 14, 2023

20th Century Blood Religion & Ancestral Cult


"The Edda: The fame of the dead is eternal.”

( courtesy of the NSDAP regional office, Saxony - November 1938) )

"Common Blood belongs in a Common Reich."

“The German nation will put an end to plutocratic world tyranny.”

(Gau Sachsen - March 1940)

“The nature of a man is to be as immovable as stone, his loyalty should
be as straight and direct as an arrow.”

(NSDAP regional office Gau Sachsen - May 1940)

"The Fatherland is a Religion."

(Gau Essen - December 1937)

“All sacrifice is eternal!”

(NSDAP office Gau Sachsen November 1940)

“A racially pure people, conscious of its blood, can never be enslaved
by the Jews.”

(Gau Weser-Ems - December 1938)

“It it fine and good to know that one has sole power in one’s own hands.
It is better and happier to be able to claim the love and affection of a

(Gau Weser-Ems September 1937)

“The sun turns, everything ends. The path begins anew! May ancient
loyalty guide our deeds in a new age!”

  (Gau Mainfranken - December 1938)

Sunday, August 6, 2023

The Celtic Carnyx


Imagine yourself as a simple Roman soldier inside the fortified settlement of Alesia. Outside and nearby, an army of about 200.000 angry Gauls with faces painted in blue approaching. Many of them bear the Celtic carnyx. In the video below you can see and hear one. All of them together? Paralyzation by fear. The chilling sound just before your death. 

 P.S. However, you are under the command of Gaius Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony. So the chances of survival are really high.

Friday, July 28, 2023

The Warlike Engravings of John Flaxman


A selection taken from the Classic work of Iliad engravings made by John Flaxman. Printed in London in 1805.

The description of each piece is the original one.

Minerva Repressing the Fury of Achilles

Hector and Ajax Separated by the Heralds

Juno and Minerva Going to Assist The Greeks

Diomed And Ulysses, Returning With The Spoils of Rhesus

Ajax Defending the Greek Ships from the Trojans

The Fight For the Body Of Patroclus

The Gods Descending to Battle

Achilles Contending With the Rivers

To see John Flaxman's work on its entirety click HERE


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