Monday, February 08, 2016

The revolution of the 21st century

Tiberge at Gallia Watch has been reporting on the Pegida demonstrations in Europe. One of her posts includes part of a stirring speech by Pierre Vial, leader of a group called Terre et Peuple:
For the first time in History, the European peoples no longer reign spiritually, ethnically or politically on their own territory. We have entered into a system of nihilism and chaos. Only firmness of mind and resolution of heart can save us. We must awaken the consciousness of others. Those who want to destroy our identity cannot tolerate it when we speak of our ancestors, the Gauls. They have not ceased to annihilate this collective memory. The revolution of the 21st century will be identitarian, with the awakening of peoples that our enemies label as populism. Each people has a right to its identity. Long live the right to our differences. We need a united front of patriots in all European countries. The awakening of peoples and carnal homelands is in progress.

Well said. He is right that this might be the first time that the European peoples no longer reign "spiritually, ethnically or politically" on their own territory, though there have been times in history when they did not reign politically. Russia was ruled over by the Mongols for an extended period of time; parts of Spain by the Moors; most of south-eastern Europe by the Ottomans.

3 comments:

  1. Tiberge writes of General Piquemal:
    "As always, ...He did a moral thing, a patriotic thing, and then he reneged. This to me is immoral. Is he afraid for his life? No. He is afraid of being called racist."
    "He is afraid of being called a racist."
    I say painfully, that no one escapes the crushing power and the ruling authority of modern liberalism, and survives to tell about it. It seem impossible to resist, to stop, and to reverse. It must somehow be killed. Is it the so-called recessive genes in our being? In the modern global petri dish, anti-biotics in the form of modern liberal forces, ideas and schemes (bacteria), seemingly have killed off the weaker and suddenly less aggressive, though more abundant, traditonalist conservative majority (bacteria) - which apparently never had or needed sufficiently resistent enzymes. Now the remaining, surviving modern liberal bacteria is living and thriving on the dead remains of what once was a traditionalist conservate majority, also seemingly aligned with the natural order. Is this the unguided, purposeless, big "D", Darwinian evolution of the left?
    If the crushing heel of a very large metaphysical boot doesn't land and kill what remains in the dish, disappearing-man seems no longer equiped to survive as his own.
    Didn't Marx himself, say something along the lines that; communism can't come into being without siezing the wealth necessarily first created by captalism?

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  2. I could have this all wrong, as I struggle to ease my headache with a useful analogy.
    We're in a petri dish of material life; bacteria of self, family, community, nation; social, culture, economic, political. Antibodies are always with us, but in doses too small to kill us off. Suddenly, a seemingly organic growth of antibodies begins to rapidly kill off the more abundant natural-order bacteria. This is making the previously less abundant, dis-ordering bacteria, more abundant. It's always been there, and for some reason, retains an antibody-resistent enzyme which we do not. Now, the disordering bacteria grows abundant as it thrives off the nutritious dead remains of the once dominant natural-order. Again, there's nothing new in the dish. All of it has always existed. What was recessive, now appears to be dominant.

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  3. I screwed up my analogy. I'm struggling to make my point.

    We're in the petri dish of our material lives; bacteria of self, family, community, nation; social, culture, economic, political. Antibodies all around us, but previously in doses too small to kill us off. Suddenly that changes. A growth of antibodies begins to rapidly kill off our more abundant natural-order bacteria. The previously less abundant, dis-ordered bacteria, growes more abundant. It's always been there, and for some reason, only it retains the necessary antibody-resistent enzyme. Now, the disordered bacteria grows abundant as it thrives off our nutritious dead remains. There is nothing new in the dish. It has all, always existed. What was recessive, appears now to be dominant.

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