“Never Again” boldly accuses, but silences speech. It becomes an inversion of the Blood Libel. In the face of such a crime, contrition is insufficient. No forgiveness – only demands of continued prostration. And by prostrating himself, by offering apology, the European confirms his guilt. Thus he justifies – thus he demands that genocide be committed upon him in return.
Laramie Hirsch has an interesting series of posts on returning to a Catholic Monarchy. I’ll refrain from any major commentary at the present time, but I heartily recommend that you give it a read. For now, I’ll just say that his arguments are in alignment with what I’ve been saying about the necessity of an upward pull for civilization, and we Catholics ought to be setting the example. We must double-down on living a Godly life. The Kingdom of Católica America The Kingdom of Católica America: Part 2 The Kingdom of Católica America: Part 3 The Kingdom of Católica America...
Vox Day described the movement in sixteen points as a starting point to guide future growth. I think it is an excellent summation.
In this first episode of my new series, we’ll consider how fear of death turns us into zombies.