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Friday Featured Article: May 10th, 2013

This article is from a British Nationalist named Sean Allan, who goes under the username MarmiteMan4. In this article, he discusses the Golden Dawn’s recent “takeover” of Greek toll booths in an effort to allow the suffering native Grecian people to pass.

However, instead of trying to change and manipulate the story, the MSM is simply ignoring it. There is no possible way they could spin this event to make it seem like the good men and women of the Golden Dawn are “Neo-Nazis” or anything of the like. And like Alduos Huxley said in his introduction to Brave New World, the best form of propaganda is silence about the truth. I mean the real truth, not the sugar-coated version spoon fed to you by the news.

Now, I really want to feature this article for two reasons: One, to highlight the achievements of a young and accomplished Nationalist from across the pond; and two, to highlight how the Golden Dawn wins over the hearts and minds of the Greek people. They don’t do it through fear, like they are portrayed as doing: they help their neighbors. They give them food, water, medicine and shelter. And they do it because they love their homeland, their heritage, their culture, and their people.

You can’t win over a populace who thinks you are some psychopathic group through simple methods such as advertising your cause, or spamming your little slogans (I’m speaking to you, “Anti-Rascist is codeword for Anti-White” people). What seems like a good idea to you and your organization may not win over any supporters, and may in fact deter a larger percentage of the populace. Help them. Be the good men and women you continually label yourselves as.

Check out Mr. Allan’s article here!

Also, for first-hand news from the Golden Dawn themselves, check out this and this!


Friday Featured Article: May 3rd, 2013

Corneliu Zelea Codreanu

I selected this article after deliberating throughout the previous week over a few other ones which I had identified as worthy of being featured. I wanted to choose one that highlighted certain downfalls of the unnatural democratic system, which we sadly live in, and I eventually stumbled upon this one. This article really stuck out to me, and I consider it a MUST READ for all reactionaries for a few reasons:

(Note: This is not really an article, but an excerpt from Corneliu Zelea Codreanu’s To My Legionaires)

  1. He portrays the perils of democracy specifically to the Romanian people, which offers you a different perspective than from the eyes of, say, an American or English Reactionary.
  2. He gives a very effective and detailed argument stating why the people cannot effectively rule over themselves, so they must be governed by a ruling elite.
  3. He describes the election of politicians over rulers / leaders.
  4. Codreanu then goes on to explain the process of choosing the elite through social selection

Here are a few quotes from the excerpt:

“Human rights” are not limited only by the rights of other humans but also by other rights. There are three distinct entities:
1. The individual.
2. The present national collectivity, that is, the totality of all the individuals of the same nation, living in a state at a given moment.
3. The nation, that historical entity whose life extends over centuries, its roots imbedded deep in the mists of time, and with an infinite future.

A new great error of democracy based on “human rights” is that of recognizing and showing an interest in only one of these three entities, the individual; it neglects the second or ridicules it, and denies the third

The nation possesses:
1. A physical, biological patrimony – her flesh and blood.
2. A material patrimony – the soil of her country and its riches.
3. A spiritual patrimony which contains:
a) Her concept of God, the world and life. This concept forms a domain, a spiritual property. The frontiers of this domain are determined by the horizons to which the brightness of her concept reaches. There exists a country of the national spirit, a country of its visions obtained by revelation or by her own efforts.
b) Her honor which shines to the extent that the nation has conformed during her history to the norms stemming from her concept of God, the world and life.
c) Her culture, the yield of her existence resulting from her own efforts in the domain of arts and thought. This culture is not intemational. It is the expression of national genius, of the blood. Culture is international as far as its luminescence may reach, but national in origin. Someone made a beautiful comparison: both bread and wheat can be international as consumption items, but they carry everywhere the stamp of the earth in which they grew.

Read the entire article here.

I would like to thank the amazing bloggers at Rise of the West for this truly remarkable excerpt. Their blog is at the top of my list for information and philosophy regardingthe Once and Future West’. Bravo to you all over there!

Friday Featured Article: April 19th, 2013

For the first Friday Featured Article posting, I would like to highlight a piece by Christopher Jackson, a high school teacher in the United States. In this article, from American Renaissance, Mr. Jackson describes his personal experiences educating a class comprised of predominately black pupils at a Southeastern United States High School. Although this article is around four years old, I dug it out of AmRen’s archives because it highlights some of the pressing problems with our education system regarding blacks and their mindset towards schooling. Mr. Jackson doesn’t restrain his writing with “political correctness” in any way and through his personal experiences, he is able to paint an image of how black culture has shaped the minds of young African American students and how it has turned them off to the idea of learning, favoring the accumulation of material wealth and multiple “hoes” over knowledge.

Until recently I taught at a predominantly black high school in a southeastern state. I took the job because I wasn’t knowledgeable about race at the time, and black schools aren’t picky. The school offered me a job and suddenly I was in darkest Africa. Except, I wasn’t in Africa; I was in America….

Read the rest of the article here