But who comes here? My father, poorly led? World, world, O world!
But that thy strange mutations make us hate thee,
Life would not yield to age.
In my mid-twenties, some forty years ago, I was very involved in what was called the pro-life movement. Now, looking back, I can see that the movement should have been called, ‘Seeking redemption from the devil.’ Legalized abortion was the inevitable consequence of a system dedicated to the new trinity of the abstract intellect, the sacred negro, and science. You cannot combat a satanic evil by working within a system designed by Satan.
During the past election year, I felt like I was back with the pro-lifers (and many Trumpers were pro-lifers). Trump was vehemently opposed by the liberals because they saw him as a regression on the road to a liberal utopia, which, from a Christian standpoint, is the road to hell. The only rule that the liberals played by was – Trump must lose. The violent riots during the summer, the liberal and Chinese-backed coronavirus, were all designed to defeat Trump. The liberals succeeded because the pro-Trumpers committed the same error as the pro-lifers: They sought redemption from the devil. Instead of declaring war against the forces of Antifa and Black Lives Matter, Trump appealed to the democratic process — “I support federalism” – which was the equivalent of an appeal to the devil. The devil laughed Trump to scorn while his minions cavorted and rioted in the mean streets of America. We needed a hero in authority, not a Constitutional expert: “Down these mean streets a man must go, who is not mean himself and is neither tainted nor afraid.” The election was decided in the mean streets. The moral cowards on the Supreme Court were not going to go down the mean streets because they, like the Trumpers, were tainted with liberalism, and they were afraid.
Forty-nine years ago, the pro-lifers drew a line in the sand – “Thou shall not legalize abortion.” And the liberals crossed that line. “We’ll fix you,” the pro-lifers declared, “We’ll take it to the courts.” And the courts backed the liberals. What comes next? The pro-lifers had nothing left, they had shot the one arrow in their quiver, the democratic arrow. The same thing happened this fall. The conservatives drew a line in the sand – “Do you want continual riots, do you want a COVID-19 police state where everybody who sniffles is locked away in a COVID-19 concentration camp, and do you want to live in slavery to the Chinese communists?” “Hell, no,” the white grazers said. “Then vote for Trump,” the conservatives decreed. And then came the fraudulent election. Did the conservatives, who drew the line in the sand, tell us to get our guns and storm the Capital? No, they told us to, “Take it to the courts.” Isn’t that déjà vu? Isn’t that what the pro-lifers said 49 years ago?
God will judge the souls of the conservatives, He will decide whether they were invincibly ignorant or in actual league with the devil, but in either case we dare not follow their path; we dare not, we must not, seek redemption from the devil. Which leaves the Christian European with Hamlet’s dilemma: “The time is out of joint; – O cursed spite, That ever I was born to set it right!” Like Hamlet, like Mason’s Harry Feversham, and like Conrad’s Lord Jim, we feel called upon to do something besides voting and protesting through democratic channels. We feel that a democratic, non-violent response to the violence of the enemy is cowardice in the face of the enemy.
The only response, outside of democratic channels, to the evil of liberalism, has been a neo-pagan response. The neo-pagan shooters have sought to combat the horror of liberalism with their own horror, the indiscriminate murder of the enemy, making no distinctions between civilians (women and children) and combatants. That can never be the Christian, European way. But neither can the conservatives’ litany, “We are not racist, we are non-violent,” be the way of the Christian European. We have lost that charity of honor that was and is the sole possession of the European who remains connected to Christ through his racial hearth fire. Every successful liberal ‘progression’ in the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries was pushed forward with the sacred negro at the forefront of the movement. The Unitarian North crushed the Christian South, waving the banner of the sacred negro. The legalization of abortion was not violently opposed by professed pro-lifers because their assumption was that because the liberals championed civil rights, which translated to the worship of the sacred negro, they could not be evil. They were only misguided, because the only true evil was and is racism. Thus the fear of racism makes cowards of the white Christians. So long as the liberals, following Engels’ advice, march leftward under the banner of the sacred negro, they will be able to march onward to hell completely unopposed by white Europeans. Trump allowed the federal police to shoot the murderer of Aaron Danielson because that Antifa creature from hell stepped away from his black shields. But Trump did not act against the murdering, rioting, Antifaers en masse because most of them kept their black shields in front of them.
A young man is not a coward if he does not step forward and charge the liberal leviathan. Great counterrevolutionary movements come from a people. When that entity no longer exists, when white pietas has been intellectualized out of existence in church and state, the individual white man, the European, does not feel he has a spiritual homeland, a people, to fight for. Alfred, Forrest, and Havelock had a Christian base; we, their descendants, do not have any Christian ground upon which we can “make our stand.” That is a tragedy of Shakespearean and biblical proportions.
The legalization of abortion in this nation in 1973 made explicit what was implicit in our nation from its foundation – the United States was and is a republic dedicated to the proposition that, “Christ be not risen, let us look for a new God and a new government based on that new God.” Man’s abstract reason became the new God, and the new Savior became the sacred negro, and the new Holy Ghost became science. Whenever the liberals thought their new trinity was being seriously challenged, they responded with violence in order to protect that trinity. The Christian South was struck down in the 1860s, and Trump and his followers were struck down in 2020. Trump’s protest seemed quite mild compared to the counterrevolution of 1860, but the liberal leviathan of 2020 was much more advanced than the leviathan of 1860. What was once acceptable then is no longer acceptable. It is now glaringly apparent that the unmitigated evil of liberalism, which has spawned legalized abortion, negro worship, transgenderism, homosexual marriage, and every other evil under the sun is not going to be eradicated democratically. But it is also clear that the white grazers refuse to believe that liberalism, and the demon-cracy created to advance liberalism, is evil.
If we reject the moral cowardice of the ‘conservative’ purveyors of more demon-cracy to defeat their liberal brethren, what do we do? “How should we then live?” Well, as I mentioned previously, we certainly do not do what the neo-pagan shooters have done, we do not grab semi-automatic rifles and start blazing away. There has never been a successful counterrevolution against a liberal oligarchy launched by one or two individuals who hope to advance their pagan cause by killing a great number of people in one big shooting spree. There have been successful counterrevolutions against liberal oligarchies when a large segment of a Christian people will no longer tolerate the rule of Satan. The American people have not reached the stage of counterrevolution; they do not believe the liberals are satanic. We always come back to race: The white grazers do not believe that people who love the sacred negro can be satanic. But the liberals are satanic, they have replaced Christ with the sacred negro. Nothing good will happen in our anti-nation until white Europeans bend their knees to Christ and forsake the sacred negro.
At the end of King Lear, Edgar, who has gone from a man who, “is so far from doing harm that he suspects none,” to a man who faces unmitigated evil in the person of his evil bastard brother and kills him, has this to say: “The weight of this sad time we must obey; Say what we feel, not what we ought to say.” Shouldn’t we always speak what we feel, not what we ought to say? Yes, we should. But when our society is healthy, when the unbought grace of life is far from spent, our social structures can stand a certain amount of verbiage that is the mainstay of politicians and academics. But when all that is sacred has been undermined by Satan’s minions working within the fabric of our culture, we dare not lie, we dare not indulge in Emersonian platitudes. We must, like Edgar, speak what we feel, not what we ought to say. The word is father to the deed. If we speak the truth about the liberals, that they are pure evil, if we speak the truth about negro worship, that it is blasphemy, we will be preparing the ground for the counterrevolution that our people are so unwilling, at this point in their history, to fight.
The tragedy of Shakespearean and biblical proportions in the great drama of the European people can be seen before our eyes in King Lear and Genesis. We, the European people, have, like King Lear, turned our kingdom, which was given unto us by Christ the Lord, over to evil ministers. And they are wreaking havoc on us while we stand by, refusing to believe that the evil minsters are evil. And the Genesis part of our story is like unto King Lear. We have returned to Eden in order to enact a second fall of man. We have denounced our filial connection to the Lord God, and we have returned to the worship of our own intellects. Lear starts his journey back through the narrow gate of humility which he finds in a hovel:
O, I have ta’en
Too little care of this! Take physic, pomp;
Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel,
That thou mayst shake the superflux to them,
And show the heavens more just.
And we can reclaim our hope, our only hope, through humility as well. We can accept our dependence on the Babe in the manger:
And it came to pass, as the angels were gone away from them into heaven, the shepherds said one to another, Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known unto us.
And they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger.
We are so far away from the Christ story that was once at the center of our people’s history. However, we still have rights of memory in old Europe. I see a people lost in Liberaldom. But it is up to old men who see past Liberaldom to point to the star of Bethlehem and bid their people return home. +