I have not been able to get into any kind of Christmas mood this year. The far-right terrorist attacks on refugees and the wider right-wing rhetoric regarding the refugee crisis looms over all social atmosphere. In the self-proclaimed “Christian” countries that have shut their doors to refugees (which some rightists - starting with Victor Orban - have had the gall to claim is a defence of “Christianity”!), all the Christmas decorations, music, etc. now visible on their streets are a sick lie, for they pretend to celebrate the birth of one whose teachings they do not even try to follow:
“Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me. … Whatever you did not do for one of the least of these [my brothers], you did not do for me.” - Jesus
Meanwhile, the only people who understand the Christmas spirit are far too busy to have time to celebrate it in the usual way. I am referring, of course, to the many admirable volunteers who have been spending all the time they can spare to helping out at asylum centres. Here is just one such individual out of many:
But these are only individuals. At most they are leaders of small towns (such as the mayor of Riace and others mentioned with praise in comments of previous posts). Without national-scale state support, there is only so much that they can do even with the best of intentions. And only a few states so far have responded dutifully to the refugee crisis. Besides SNP Scotland, which I have been praising all year:
I know of only Canada which has recently been demonstrating a positive attitude (and managed to work a Christmas party into the aid, see first video):
Germany has taken in a large number of refugees, but has utterly failed in its duty to protect them from far-right terrorism, as well as in arresting and punishing the far-right terrorists. And while many Germans have also (to their credit) welcomed refugees and volunteered at asylum centres, their welcoming attitude and even their volunteering do not by themselves prevent the far-right attacks. And this is the crux of the matter, which we have discussed to death in private through past years: most present-day people with the Sun qualities lack the Lightning qualities, and thus are useless in the fight against the enemy that possesses the Lightning qualities in abundance (though of course absolutely no Sun qualities). Of those who are willing to volunteer at an asylum centre, how many are also willing and indeed eager to kill with their own hands the arsonists whom they see throwing Molotov cocktails through the windows of dormitories in the middle of the night, endangering the lives of heaven knows how many people sleeping inside? This is why we are losing. The far-right, by their terrorist violence, are making the refugees afraid. The good guys, meanwhile, are not making the far-right afraid. This is our problem. Of course it’s supposed to be the government in charge of retaliatory violence, but when the government idles instead of retaliate, and citizens do nothing except wait for the government to cease idling (which it will not, because the backlash against refugees is part of the Zionist agenda), then nothing stands in the way of the far-right from continuing and indeed expanding their operations, resulting in more and more innocent victims and more and more damage.
If they are not stopped, eventually it won’t just be refugees that the far-right attacks using these same methods; they will turn their arson and baseball bats and knives and the rest of their terror arsenal against anyone and everyone whom they perceive as a threat to their (here comes their magic word again!) identity:
(Those among ethnic minority natives who think that by siding against refugees they are winning the favour of rightists are not only cowards but also fools; they will be the ones who will get targeted next. It goes without saying that those who sided against refugees totally deserve whatever happens to them, but not the others who have stood with the refugees.)
And this applies also to the states that have refused to take in refugees in the first place. Here is the problem:
“Urge”? Just how do these PC groups think they can “urge” Hungary to welcome refugees? If Hungarians had it in their hearts to welcome refugees, they would have done so already. They haven’t because they don’t. There is no “urging” them, any more than there is “urging” Israel to vacate the territory it currently holds. This is what exasperates me about how embarassingly delusional many PC leftists are. Hungary itself does not “urge” refugees not to turn up; it builds a wall (using Israeli border security equipment, by the way). The only correct responses to this are economic siege and, if that fails, military invasion. For those who have not noticed, Hungary has been added to our Boycott page on the main site:
(By the way, siege means more than boycott. When I say siege, I mean states using their militaries to physically stop all resources from outside of the target territory from reaching the target territory.)
Some rightist idiots talk about invading Iraq AGAIN(!!!!!) to create a “safe zone” for refugees; I say, if a “safe zone” is indeed needed, it would be a better idea to create it from part of the territory of Hungary. This reminds me of a discussion when another rightist idiot was going on about how, if people are swimming towards a full lifeboat after a shipwreck, the best thing the captain could do is hand out firearms for the passengers to shoot the swimmers with in order to prevent the swimmers from overloading and hence sinking the lifeboat. I retorted that if I were the captain, I would ask which passengers were willing to shoot the swimmers, then I myself would shoot those passengers (who would have been willing to shoot the swimmers), dump their bodies overboard and take in an equal weight of swimmers in the lifeboat space I just freshly created. In both cases some people would die, but my way of doing it is likely to leave my lifeboat with a higher-quality population than the rightist lifeboat. This is National Socialism in action.
The Third Reich could have done this (created a “safe zone” for refugees in Hungary) with ease. The Roman Empire could have done this with ease. The present-day EU, with no army of its own? Forget it! Hungary ignores the EU’s “demands” and “warnings” and “ultimata” because it knows the EU is not a military entity, and therefore has no real leverage. The only way the EU can get itself taken seriously is if it militarizes. I don’t see any sign of this happening even now, just as I have seen no sign that it would happen throughout the EU’s existence. So we have to conclude that the EU was planned from its inception to eventually fail; in other words, the breakup of the EU is part of the Zionist agenda. Which is what we have been saying anyway: the instructions to the masses are never the real plan, the predictable backlash from the masses is the real plan – EVERY TIME.
Until we organize paramilitarily, we are just as powerless as the EU. We can win every debate we engage in; winning these debates does not, on its own, stop asylum centres from getting set on fire, or refugees from getting beaten up on the street, or refugee dinghies from getting rammed by far-right speedboats. The only purpose of winning these debates is to demonstrate our superiority over our enemies in the eyes of spectators, but we must convert this belief in our superiority into organization for advancing our ideas in order for it to be meaningful. This is what I don’t see enough of our members trying to do. Of those who produce propaganda, it is not good enough to merely get people saying they agree with your message; you need to get people ASKING what they can do to help, before you can consider your propaganda successful. Aryanism.net is a successful propaganda operation by this standard, as we receive a steady stream of contact forms with offers to help us (which occupies most of Hashtali’s time just to deal with). What is letting us down is, when Hashtali replies to these contact forms and gets these volunteers started off on narrower projects, these projects (with a few exceptions) don’t attract volunteers of their own, and the project leaders aren’t concerned enough about this to review their approach or simply to spend more time and effort on their activism. Thus we fail to achieve the domino effect. We successfully knock over the first row of dominoes, but the first row of dominoes aren’t successfully knocking over the next row, which makes even our first success inconsequential.
Is it because of lack of morale? Do you think that, just because we started small and unknown, we are fated to remain so? The NSDAP started small and unknown too:
“Consider that only six or seven poor devils who were entirely unknown came together to found a movement which should succeed in doing what the great mass-parties had failed to do: namely, to reconstruct the German Reich, even in greater power and glory than before. We should have been very pleased if we were attacked or even ridiculed. But the most depressing fact was that nobody paid any attention to us whatever. This utter lack of interest in us caused me great mental pain at that time. When I entered the circle of those men there was not yet any question of a party or a movement. I have already described the impression which was made on me when I first came into contact with that small organization. Subsequently I had time, and also the occasion, to study the form of this so-called party which at first had made such a woeful impression. The picture was indeed quite depressing and discouraging. There was nothing, absolutely nothing at all. There was only the name of a party. And the committee consisted of all the party members. Somehow or other it seemed just the kind of thing we were about to fight against – a miniature parliament. The voting system was employed. When the great parliament cried until they were hoarse – at least they shouted over problems of importance – here this small circle engaged in interminable discussions as to the form in which they might answer the letters which they were delighted to have received.” – Adolf Hitler
Every movement that eventually became large started small. On the other hand, not every small movement eventually becomes large, in fact most do not. What keeps a movement small is not its initial numbers, but the attitudes of its initial members, few as they are bound to be. We have attitude problems, which Hashtali has already expounded on:
Until attitude improves, nothing effectual will get done.
It is ironic that one of the most heartening news articles I recently read was this one:
Despite my disagreement with almost everything the US military has done in recent times, I am able to sense a sincerity of concern and a conviction to duty from these individual soldiers and veterans who have expressed their solidarity with Muslims that is lacking among many of the people who casually laim to support our movement (but who, unsurprisingly, have not actually done anything to further it). JAM once expressed similar observations in a private discussion. Until we see more of this kind of soldierly attitude around here, it appears we will just have to hope these individual soldiers/veterans will do what they say they will do when the situation calls for it. The far-right will not go down without a fight, that is for sure. And this is what it comes down to:
“Whoever can conquer the street will one day conquer the state, for every form of power politics and any dictatorship-run state has its roots in the street.” – Joseph Goebbels
Years ago, before any of this had started, we were already recommending organizing paramilitary neighbourhood patrol groups. Back then everyone else thought we were being paranoid. Now it is clear that if everyone had promptly followed our recommendations then, we could have conceivably saved most of the hundreds of asylum centres from being burned down by the far-right arsonists this year. How many more times do we have to prove that we can see the game many moves ahead before everyone will start listening? In 2016 things are going to get even worse. We need those paramilitary groups. If you are reading this and would like to start one, or if you have already started one and are waiting for guidance on how to deploy it, please contact us:
With just one paramilitary group in the correct location, we could be making news headlines within a matter of months with stories of superheroes stopping the arsonists and other attackers in their tracks. But in order to get that one paramilitary group in the correct location, we need dozens of paramilitary groups in total so as to cover enough locations as to have decent chances to coincide with locations that come under attack. (And don’t think the groups in other locations will be useless; eventually we will be involving them all.)
We need all the help we can get. If you think you can help, don’t hesitate to send in a contact form.