To the people of Atlantis

Sorry for the delay:

http://aryanism.net/culture/aryan-race/aryan-diffusion-part-7/

Firstly, I want to most sincerely thank JJ and Decebal for their help; without the two of them, this page would simply not exist. They have been working behind the scenes on this since last year; in many ways this is their page more than mine, and I look forward to both of them playing important roles on our team in future.

Secondly, we have not heard from JJ for a while and therefore decided to release the page without him, but he is of course more than welcome to turn up at any time with the additional material he was supposed to have (including more pictures and maps), which can be used to update the page in future (so do not assume the current version of the page is final). JJ also mentioned that he wanted to talk about Thanksgiving and how the festivities could be modified to reflect our values, so I really hope we will hear from him soon.

Thirdly, Anthony wanted to use the occasion to share this link:

http://www.ivu.org/history/native_americans.html

Fourthly, how has everyone been doing? I have basically been away since the beginning of the year, and I will be away again soon, so this is just a brief visit to say hello. As mentioned previously, it is vital that the momentum of Aryanism is not dependent on the constant presence of any particular individual active within it, but that it is capable of continuing (in the correct direction!) irrespective of the people carrying it – only then can it truly call itself a movement. It is not because I don’t care, but because I care so much  about Aryanism that I am deliberately stepping back from it in order to test whether or not it is a movement yet, and if not, what can be done to make it one. We are at the stage where (as Miecz and I were discussing in private a while back), we now have plenty of content, and more content is not what we most urgently need. What we need most is a propaganda army applying our content in debates, in context-specific presentations, in focused applications, etc.. We already know we have the better arguments, but what we are not doing enough of is spreading our arguments to those who most need to hear them, namely those who are currently trying their best to counter far-right propaganda but who are having trouble doing so using False Left premises. This is what needs to be our top priority in the near future. The True Left must let the world know it exists.

Now, about the topic of the page itself. JJ and I discussed at great length the lack of exposure of students to American mythology and prehistory in present-day American formal education. This has led to Americans thinking that America is somehow a solely modern entity, as a consequence of which, when modernity disappoints, Americans stop being American and start identifying with their Old World roots, the obvious outcome of which is ethnic division and strife, right on Zionist schedule. For national unification, what we need is a vivid awareness of ancient America, so that Americans disappointed with modernity can pledge allegiance to the distant past of their own homeland instead. Right-wingers like to make fun of those Americans who tell others they have partial Native American ancestry despite not really having any, but I have always viewed such people as basically motivated by nationalistic sentiments – they are the ones who really want to emphasize their loyalty to America rather than to the Old World. But our position is emphatically that you don’t need to have Native American ancestry to be American. As long as you have Aryan blood memory, even if it is from Old World Aryan bloodlines, it is surely capable of sympathetic resonance with New World Aryan bloodlines. All you have to do is allow it to resonate in this way. I hope our American Aryanists can lead by example in this respect. By all means be fans of Old World mythology also, but as you live in the New World, the mythology that should guide your artistic and cultural development first and foremost is such as presented in Part 7, not Parts 1-6.

I always wondered why there are virtually no Hollywood studio movies about Native American mythology. Sure, there are plenty of high-profile movies featuring Native Americans, but only ever depicted in interaction with Columbian-era arrivals. Why not movies about events prior to the Columbian era? There is a huge and completely untapped resource of story material here, enough for hundreds if not thousands of such movies, from exciting action blockbusters to heart-wrenching psychological dramas. So why haven’t they been made? Oh, of course, Hollywood is owned by Jews. Jews don’t want Americans inspired by the heroic archetypes of the land they are living in – that might actually lead Americans to become a folk, and they can’t have that happening! No, let’s just make another “300″ sequel instead!

But if we were in control of the entertainment industry, local mythology would definitely be one of our top genres for movies, TV, video games, etc.. Unfortunately we are not, at least for now. One project I suggest we do start at once, however, is a pan-American social networking group for people enthusiastic about culturally unifying a post-Western New World under broadly Aryanist/True Left ideals. My first thought was to call it “People of Atlantis” (a take on “People of WalMart”), but anything else with an Atlantean theme would be fine also. If successful, this could develop into a talent pool for our future projects. Anyone want to volunteer for this project?

In the right-wing worldview, America (by which they mean Western civilization in America) is coming to an end. In our worldview, America (by which we mean America) is only now about to begin. If we play our cards well enough, the next civilization in the New World can be ours.

(P.S. Back in the old days, JAM and I talked vaguely about making a Dungeons-&-Dragons-style RPG campaign setting based on Aryan prehistory. Now with all seven parts of the Aryan Diffusion series posted, this could really be done. Something else for you guys to think about.)

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28 Responses to To the people of Atlantis

  1. Great job on part 7! I plan on reading it several times over, there’s a lot of good material in there. You are correct about the contemporary of teaching American history, it’s awful when it comes to teaching about Ancient America and it absurdly focuses on all manner of detail leading up to and after the European Colonists’ rebellion from Britain.

    Interesting is that European Colonial American was profoundly ugly in many ways. Town centers were bland, farms were far apart and it was all about having your own property as a show of status. Not much sense of a community. And they extolled freedom yet forcibly brought over traded and kidnapped Africans for slave labor and massacred indigenous and ethnic-Americans. This is why I think that the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is cracked, it’s a sign of the massive hypocrisy upon with the United States was founded.

    Indigenous Americans had an excellent sense of community, not all groups, though a great many of them. Their handcrafts are also quite amazing, if needlessly flashy some of them. It is also very cool to note that both men and women participated in farming. Men would clear a field and women would sow it. Men would harvest the crops and women would make the food.

    To be fair, not all European Colonists were as I described above and some did build some interesting farming communities, like the Amish, for instance.

    I look forward to a discussion on this post.

  2. AS says:

    I’m glad you like the page, Miecz.

    For the record, we oppose the idiotic Mexica Movement types who tell “white” Americans to “go back to Europe”, “black” Americans to “go back to Africa”, etc.. Our problem was never with people from the Old World migrating to the New World in itself. If they had come to join and contribute to the existing states, they should have been welcomed. The problem was only ever that, at least in the case of Spanish, British, French, Portugese, etc., they came to colonize for the benefit of foreign states and tribes. As this is no longer the case in the present-day (except for Jews who work for the benefit of Israel and the international Jewish diaspora), present-day non-Jewish Americans regardless of ethnicity should simply be encouraged to integrate and build a new civilization together. Only those who refuse to integrate (Jews, emerging Gentile identitarian groups) should be considered problems. Some of the more reasonable versions of the Mexica Movement seem to prefer this option, and we would be happy to have a dialogue with them.

    As for the Amish, I will never abide their Old-Testament-based cruelty towards children:

    The Amish stress strict obedience in their children, and this is taught and enforced by parents and preachers. Several passages in the Bible are used to support this view. Their children, as with all children, may resist a parent’s request. However, things such as tantrums, making faces, calling another bad names, and general disobedience are rare because the child knows that those actions will result in corporal punishment. Any youthful dissatisfactions are usually verbally expressed, but profanity is never allowed because the guilty child can expect swift punishment.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amish_way_of_life#Child_discipline

    In context, even mainstream Americans typically treated their children like this until a few decades ago, so it’s hardly an exclusively Amish issue, but Amish (along with Jews, Confucianists, etc,) have maintained this tradition more stubbornly than the mainstream. All these subcultures must therefore ultimately be phased out, and more imminently we must work to ensure such practices do not become mainstream again (as right-wingers increasingly call for them to become). We have a fight on our hands, and we are going to pick up where Piltzintecuhtli left off.

    On a lighter note, here are some Native American celebrity facial photos.

    Paleo-Indian-leaning types:

    http://picsndquotes.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Taylor-Lautner-wallpapers.jpg

    http://www.qpicture.com/artist/kimberly-norris

    Aryan-leaning types:

    http://images5.fanpop.com/image/photos/29600000/Rick-Mora-rick-mora-29600853-600-830.jpg

    http://www.bellazon.com/main/uploads/monthly_09_2008/post-17383-1220514567.jpg

  3. Twin Ruler says:

    Most “Americans” do not read the U.S. Constitution, nor could understand it at all if they did. This is all so depressing to think about. Even most Conservatives are no longer patriotic to this place, but rather are loyal to The State of Israel above all others. It makes me sad to think about!

  4. The Amish are far from perfect, and I was mainly interested in their farming and humble society structure. But, their strict adhesion to Jewish-inspired ritual is their biggest fault. I would suggest a clarification of “loyalty” (Aryan, and part of the SS motto) versus obedience (Tanakh-style, also Confucian). Loyalty springs from an inner conviction to serve and work towards a higher purpose, while obedience is forced on a subject and inner convictions and deeper understanding are explicitly not encouraged.

    In the US, Libertarians are obedient to the Constitution, a Masonic document that simply continues the British Imperial landed gentry system, though it just removes the “royal class” and “royal blood” aspect. It’s just a permutation of the “chosen” people. Frederick the Great’s Prussia would be a better state to draw principles from in the New Folkist America.

  5. Ostmann says:

    Frederick’s t.g. [and even his fathers] Prussia could be called an ‘organization with a purpose’.The original US constitution explicitly allows only whites to become citizens.Even in the 20th century where cases of ethnic Asian Indians [even after serving in the US military] where judges ruled that ultimately it is not science which determines who is a member of ‘Indo-Euro’ decent but what the average person on the street judges [of course by shades of skin color].And then there is the whole judeo-freemason connection designed to turn over the nation to high finance.If the Americans could start out anew with the constitution [which has been much subverted by now] in hand they would arrive eventually were they are now: taken over by a hostile tribe.I also believe that the same eventually will happen with Russia’s democracy.

  6. Fredrick says:

    Nice article! Sorry for being away. I learn a lot from this blog.

    Need any help, please contact.

  7. Ken says:

    Miecz Elizejski seems to enjoy his Marxist propaganda about early USA.

  8. Decebal says:

    @AS

    I’m not sure about some of the examples you posted. I checked the first one on wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taylor_Lautner) and apparently he has no confirmed Native American ancestry. I admit he does look paleo-indian though.
    As for Brenda Schad, her jaw seems a bit large to be classified as “Aryan-leaning”: http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/9d/e8/4d/9de84d827a92d949489717084afe618c.jpg

    In either case, I promised some more examples. Here is an older one of Cherokee ancestry:
    http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/27/1d/3d/271d3d7f04895ba5790972c924b70417.jpg
    And here is a more recent one (not sure of the origin): http://www.indianz.com/News/2012/10/05/nsn-whiteplume.jpg

    @Twin Ruler
    In addition to what Miecz and Ostmann already said, it’s also important to note that we should never rely on law alone to form ideas about what is ethical and what isn’t, regardless of the quality of the law. That would be traditionalistic.

    @Ken
    What are you talking about?

  9. AS says:

    @Decebal

    Thanks for your photo contributions, but the point is to post mainly CELEBRITY photos. Non-celebrities are poorer at conveying the aesthetic impression because they generally do not look as good, regardless of whether they look Aryan-leaning or non-Aryan-leaning. The impression is what matters in propaganda. We want people to look at these faces and imagine the mythical heroes and villains mentioned in the Aryan Diffusion series.

    Ken is one of those useful idiots who ignore the equivalence between what colonial-era British did in the New World and what Jews are currently doing in Palestine (and indeed the entire surrounding region). This goes back to why racists will never be true anti-Zionists. If they must also criticize their own tribe in order to criticize Jews, they simply won’t do it. So either they end up not criticizing Jews at all (ZC), or they end up criticizing Jews for behaviour that they endorse for their own tribe (BS) which makes the criticism sound silly. From the moment racists joined the post-9/11 anti-Zionist scene, the scene began to degenerate – it stopped attracting good people and started attracting more racists. I watched it happen in slow-motion since the mid-2000s. There were a lot of idealistic activists back then – they all started leaving in disgust when the racists started showing up, and these days the scene is a complete dump. Ironically, the people responsible for this degeneration were not themselves racists, but rather inclusionists (including some Zionist agents) who claimed that we just “need the numbers” and therefore must admit anyone who dislikes Jews, irrespective of their views on other issues. Even then I was trying to warn everyone: it’s not enough just to dislike Jews; you have to dislike Jews for the CORRECT REASONS, and whether or not you dislike Jews for the correct reasons will be reflected in your views on other issues. But of course people didn’t listen. Even the non-racists (and non-agents) didn’t listen, because they were so impatient to get the numbers that they didn’t care what kind of people were joining. This is how the scene was sabotaged.

    The really frightening part is that most newcomers to anti-Zionism today don’t even know any of this happened, and just assume that the anti-Zionist scene has always been led by and demographically dominated by racists. Most Jew-dislikers today don’t even know about the serious Jewish crimes that used to be basic knowledge in the old anti-Zionist scene; all they get to hear about these days is how Jews – supposedly – have formed an alliance with women, LGBTs, ethnic minorities and Muslims (no I’m not joking; this is the kind of utter nonsense I saw when I recently took a look at what’s going on in the Jew-disliker blogosphere these days) against Western civilization. And they call themselves “Jew-aware”? Not even close.

  10. Decebal says:

    @AS

    You’re right about the value of the impression, so I’ll try to post celebrity photos from now on unless I can find somebody who isn’t a “celebrity” (in the sense of a very popular public figure) but is equally stunning.
    For now, here are two Aryan-leaning celebrities:
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_C2e6AQ0dgt8/S7j_9ZBflpI/AAAAAAAAAUs/MOiErcbmzMk/s1600/Patricia_Velasquez_002.jpg
    http://d1jrw5jterzxwu.cloudfront.net/sites/default/files/article_media/martin-sensmeier-terrice-love.jpg

    I’m a newcomer anti-Zionist, having been around for maybe two or three years. It’s very hard for newcomers to assume anything else than racist-led anti-Zionism, based on my own experiences. Was most of this done online? How were the racists recruited to anti-Zionism? Since it originally was a movement that ran counter to the Gentile type, perhaps we can reverse the tactics used to recruit them in order to recruit our own type. (We’re probably already using counter-tactics here, but I don’t have the opposite model to compare with.)

    Luckily there is also information on other topics such as Palestine and finance. This is distributed by two groups. The first, the BS, don’t do it because they really care, but as extra fodder for their arguments. For example, they care that Jews are at the head of finance because either the money doesn’t flow to their own group, or because this money is used to the alleged detriment of the individual’s tribe through alliances with groups like the ones you listed above. Or they use Zionist genocides against the Palestinians and other groups to “demonstrate” that there is also a genocide against whites.
    The second group doesn’t really care much for the alliances you mentioned, but focus more on what’s really going on (or try to). What’s important to note is that a significant part of this group is made up of Muslims, as you pointed out a while back (“Jews attempt to portray Muslims as “invaders” of Western countries, but it is more accurate to say that Muslims are trying to drive out the post-WWII Zionist occupation.”). This is why there’s much more propaganda against Muslims than against any other group.

  11. AS says:

    @Decebal

    “Was most of this done online? How were the racists recruited to anti-Zionism?”

    Yes. Prior to this, the movement consisted of the people who had learned about Jews via the 9/11 truther route, which led us to the conclusion that it was a false flag attack done by Israel, which led us to everything else that was going on in Israel, which led us to how the international Jewish diaspora was assisting what was going on in Israel via their control over various levers of power (banking, manufacturing, media, academia, etc.).

    Then some Zionist agents infiltrated among us started promoting figures like David Duke (Gentile) and Kevin MacDonald (Gentile), using the argument that these guys were onto Jews even before 9/11 and therefore they know more than we do about Jews and we need to learn from them (LOL). Some truthers started reading their writings and turned racist immediately. We were also told by the Zionist agents that the far-right scene would be extremely receptive to our findings and would help to spread it. So some truthers started networking with far-right blogs/forums/etc., where previously the two scenes had been entirely separate. To the far-rightists, the Zionist agents sold the notion that the truther scene included many young people who would be valuable recruits to the far-right (which, back then, consisted mainly of old people).

    Next thing you know, a fraction of the truthers were starting to expand the subject of their blogs to include standard far-right garbage, catering to their new followers from the far-right scene. They were also attacking the rest of us by accusing anyone who was not racist/sexist/homophobic/etc. of being “still under Jewish brainwashing”. This might not sound like much now, but at the time, many truthers were still suffering from residual psychological shock after discovering (via their research into Jewish power) that everything they previously thought they knew about world politics and economics was false, so many of them were ready to buy the idea that everything they previously believed about ethics was false also, and thus they took the “brainwashed” accusation seriously. Consequently, even more people drifted to the far-right due to lack of self-confidence.

    At the same time, the racist ex-truther blogs were getting a constant influx of visitors from far-right forums, so most of the discussion activity was going on in their territory, while the non-racist anti-Zionist blogs were quiet by comparison. This made it appear to newcomers that the racist version was more representative of the scene. Foolishly, the non-racist anti-Zionist blogs attempted to compete against the racist ex-truther blogs for traffic, which meant welcoming far-right input at their blogs also (while stating they did not necessarily agree with such views). Sure, this succeeded in getting them more traffic, but at the expense of further normalizing far-right attitudes in the scene, since now they were practically everywhere. At the very least visitors had become desensitized to the far-right; it no longer appalled them (as it ought to) to see people expressing such views.

    “Since it originally was a movement that ran counter to the Gentile type, perhaps we can reverse the tactics used to recruit them in order to recruit our own type.”

    This is why I have been saying (for a few years now) that we need a focused True Left site working in tandem with this site. That site will concentrate solely on shifting salvageable people from the False Left to the True Left. This is the only way we will expand to the next level. As our new admin, please make it your mission to find ASAP someone (or, better yet, a team) capable of producing and managing such a site. (Originally, Jason was supposed to be in charge of this project, but he has not come through with it, so we are not going to wait for him.)

  12. Ostmann says:

    As far the racists sites/movement goes all I can say that when I visit them,occasionally,I will get upset mainly because of their miss appropriation of NS symbolism,implying that NS was/is racist and that they represent the attitudes of AH & the NS program [and Mein Kampf from which they extract parts which they find useful] besides that they are obviously trying to instill division.I would even go so far as to suspect that they are at least in part funded by the world enemy,some sites don’t even allow the Swastika.That is why it is important to stress what really hurts the enemy: NS type financial and economic policies which remove the enemies base of power and influence which are very seldom or never touched upon.

  13. John Johnson says:

    The Amish are strict traditionalists and isolationists/escapists from the rest of the world. Their self-sufficiency is nice, but I think that’s only to maintain isolation from the rest of society. By the way, recently there was a TV series called “Amish Mafia”. Their in-group/out-group attitudes toward non-Amish people and their willingness to profit from exploiting non-Amish people reminded me of Jews.. Maybe not all Amish are like them, but still..

    -

    @AS I think your observation of newcomers is related to how many people who grew up post-2001 now use the internet. A lot of people as early as 14 engage in websites known for their religious and political debates. I’ve even seen people as young as 10 post comments on youtube (I remember a few months ago some White Supremacists went to all of the ‘trending’ videos and posted their slogans in the comments… People growing up now don’t know what a world without that stuff is like).

    I’ve said before that a 22-year-old who graduated from a typical university in 2014 would have only been 9 in 2001… You guys were probably old enough to be politically-active idealists _before_ 2001, and then able to investigate Zionist plots as they emerged in real time; but people arriving on the scene now don’t have the knowledge that you’ve been building up for over a decade.

    This is why I’ve expressed concern in the past that maybe the change in mentality from the pre-2001 and post-2001 generations is more significant than you old guys realize? (And bigger than someone growing up under the post-2001 haze could hope to understand, because it’s ‘normal’ to us; which is why I am so unhinged, because as someone who has grown up in the post-2001 atmosphere, I want to understand just how much the world has changed, and make sure any inter-generational differences are noted now, rather than discovered a decade or more from now when the post-2001 generation will be much more numerous.)

    I think I used an example before that even though Hitler, Hess, and Goering were WWI veterans and used some WWI-related rhetoric, this rhetoric would have mostly been lost on a 20-year-old in 1933, even though a 35-year-old war vet would have understood very well.. Just as someone who was too young to remember WWI could never understand the shell shock like a soldier in the trenches, so too will someone who is too young to remember 9/11 never be able to feel the shell shock of ‘watching the world change in slow motion’ and the ensuing truther and anti-Zionist stuff…

    Decebal and I have only arrived on the anti-Zionist scene _this decade_. I assume that we are around the same age. If so, this means for us that it’s always been ‘mainstream’ for Muslims to be portrayed as evil, the far-right has always been the go-to people to “red pill” someone (some groups actually use this phrase), and racism has always been the form of ‘youthful rebellion’.. This stuff isn’t a strange ‘fringe movement’ and it’s not some dark element making an unwelcome intrusion into ‘normal’ life. It’s normal, expected, and a ubiquitous part of the modern internet.

    New comers of this generation do not know that there is existing infrastructure (websites, etc) from the early days of the anti-Zionist movement. We don’t know that there are idealists out there who are really determined to make the world a better place (and those like Rachel Corrie who have died trying to make it so). Instead, we see hundreds of incoherent blogs ranting about issues instead of proposing ways to fix them, and thousands of people who think sitting on their ass and ‘re-tweeting’ a picture of their favorite cardboard sign is going to make a significant impact on the world, and we relinquish any glimmer of hope that we may have had growing within us…

    Of course, those from the early days of the anti-Zionist movement are discouraged and beat-down too, but those who have retained some hope will probably perk back up if we can make a viable True Leftist movement. But what about those of us who have been bred to be cynics and distrust the motives of everyone and everything? Will the post-2001 generation get on board or will they dismiss it as doomed to fail, thus creating a self-fulfilling prophecy? Will they treat it as simply another “viral” movement that loses all relevance after a month or year?

    Maybe I’m just overreacting, but if there is some significant difference and we need to use different rhetoric and propaganda that can show younger people that they shouldn’t give up on the world, we should be aware and look into that kind of psychological stuff as soon as possible.

  14. AS says:

    @JJ

    “People growing up now don’t know what a world without that stuff is like).”

    The funny thing is, the far-right uses the same argument, but referring to the 50s rather than the 90s!

    And the terrifying thing is, kids today believe them.

    “This is why I’ve expressed concern in the past that maybe the change in mentality from the pre-2001 and post-2001 generations is more significant than you old guys realize? (And bigger than someone growing up under the post-2001 haze could hope to understand, because it’s ‘normal’ to us; which is why I am so unhinged, because as someone who has grown up in the post-2001 atmosphere, I want to understand just how much the world has changed, and make sure any inter-generational differences are noted now, rather than discovered a decade or more from now when the post-2001 generation will be much more numerous.)”

    Exactly. Increasingly I believe that, for short-term results, the single most important message we must transmit to people of your age and younger is a feel for the pre-9/11 atmosphere (previously I posted a video of Cynthia McKinney talking about the same thing). And it seems that, besides simply having it described it to you (though of course I would be happy to describe it if there is anything in particular you would like to ask), one good way for people like yourself to learn about it is by sampling the pop culture that we grew up on. This is where Miecz should be coming in and taking charge, considering his vast knowledge in the field. I have said before that one of the strongest partner sites we could have, besides a True Left site, is a 90s retro fansite that doesn’t even need to be explicitly political but should concentrate on rekindling the psychological tone of that time. If we can recreate that tone in your generation, everything else we are trying to do will become easier automatically. The far-right is gaining ground now because their propagandists have managed to infuse 50s attitudes into today’s kids. We will gain ground when we manage to infuse 90s attitudes into today’s kids.

    “If so, this means for us that it’s always been ‘mainstream’ for Muslims to be portrayed as evil, the far-right has always been the go-to people to “red pill” someone (some groups actually use this phrase), and racism has always been the form of ‘youthful rebellion’.. This stuff isn’t a strange ‘fringe movement’ and it’s not some dark element making an unwelcome intrusion into ‘normal’ life. It’s normal, expected, and a ubiquitous part of the modern internet.”

    Very well put. The fact that they even use the red pill vs blue pill analogy shows how unqualified they are, as virtually the first thing we used to learn in the old days was that we are dealing with multiple levels of deception, with deceptions inside deceptions, with dynamic deception that adopts new forms moment by moment as we figure out old forms, NOT just a straightforward one-time choice. Come to think of it, the red pill vs blue pill analogy is a Zionist false dichotomy in itself!

    But even this is less disturbing than what appears to be a total lack of an ethical dimension in the way the teenage morons today think. A popular far-right insult that I see them use a lot is to accuse non-racists of “being afraid to be called ‘racist’” and hence “being afraid of a word”. It seems to have never crossed their minds that non-racists are not afraid of being CALLED ‘racist’, but are simply unwilling to BE racist, as a matter of conscience. (This is exactly why the True Left needs to debate more. We have shown that we are not even afraid of being called ‘anti-Semite’, so when we yet speak out against racism, we have a credibility that the False Left lacks.)

    “But what about those of us who have been bred to be cynics and distrust the motives of everyone and everything?”

    I have always said: if you distrust an existing group that claims to represent a cause you care about, then start your own group for the same cause. The main thing is to get people caring about the causes in the first place.

    “Will the post-2001 generation get on board or will they dismiss it as doomed to fail, thus creating a self-fulfilling prophecy? Will they treat it as simply another “viral” movement that loses all relevance after a month or year?”

    The question should be why the post-2001 generation are not reacting in this dismissive way towards the far-right movements! This is why I don’t believe that the post-2001 generation are apathetic, but rather I believe that they (and of course I don’t mean all of them, I am just comparing them to the pre-2001 generation on average) are prone to be led by primitive emotions such as fear and hubris, while higher emotions such as honour and empathy seem to be altogether missing. In this sense, they really are Generation Id-Entity.

    “we need to use different rhetoric and propaganda that can show younger people that they shouldn’t give up on the world,”

    If we can spread interest in pre-9/11 pop culture among today’s kids (many of whom I have heard complain about the low quality of present-day entertainment media), every heroic icon of that era can potentially be used by us as a rallying figurehead. These would be enormous propaganda assets which right-wingers will not be able to match, simply because they have no icons of comparable fame.

    Here is a simple (and funny) example of pre-9/11 pop culture icons being used as anti-far-right propaganda:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V9tWsTbhw0

  15. Twin Ruler says:

    The followers of CI Scofield, like Pat Robertson and John Hagee, are not true Christians. Rather, they are hypocrites who worship Jesus Christ’s enemies. I wonder why any would even fall for their drivel. Christ clearly said what he thought of His enemies in John 8:44.

  16. Twin Ruler says:

    Conservative Talk Radio, on FM, is particularly annoying. Their very sarcastic tone of voice really gets to the listener.

  17. Pandorastop says:

    This is by far my favorite of the diffusion series. Great work JJ and Decebal.

  18. AS says:

    Quick note: with JJ’s return, Part 7 has now been updated with the additional information he has provided (thanks again, JJ!).

    Here is an excerpt of one of his recent emails to me which demonstrates his unique talent in the field and willingness to push the envelope:

    Wouldn’t it make sense for them to have heard stories of this final great king who was ruler before the barbaric Toltec invaders destroyed everything (surely the Toltecs wouldn’t have been able to produce such a high-quality king?; they definitely could not have restored splendor of the civilization they destroyed), and call him ‘Toltec’? Teotihuacan had 100,000-200,000 people living in it. The destruction of it and the surrounding civilization would have been even greater than the fall of Rome in terms of lost cultural knowledge! Surely the Aztecs would have wanted to include this great “Toltec” leader of the largest city they had ever seen in their re-written narrative of history?

    Think about it, identical scenarios played out around 100-200 years from each other. The nomadic Toltecs invaded from the north, destroyed the existing civilization, and then settled the region. A few centuries later, the Toltecs were destroyed by nomadic invaders from the north who subsequently settled the region. The Aztecs then come into the region around 100 years later to find it already settled. …

    So perhaps Topiltzin was the final pre-Toltec king, and Quetzalcoatl was some Toltec king? It would not have been difficult to have conflated the two, especially considering the Aztecs used a generic name for all large cities (so for all we know, the Aztecs could have been told that Ce Acatl Topiltzin and Quetzalcoatl were actually kings of entirely different cities, but instead said “screw it, they’re both from The City; it’s close enough”).

  19. Twin Ruler says:

    It is really an interesting insight someone made a while back. It is nonsensical to talk of Europe, Asia, and Africa like they were separate continents, rather than one Landmass.

  20. Abu Haydar says:

    Heil euch zum Respekt

    I feel so sad, knowing that a kindly kin inhabited the Americas before the colonialists began conquering, now we have imbeciles saying that each of the kin should live on their own nations, which only partially I agree due to my grasp on Racialism and Culturalism, the neonazis have no right to say such things otherwise they would be compelling themselves to return whence their ancestors came.

    My compliments on the people who organized this series and put effort on their research. It has been an interesting and educational read this Aryan diffusion series.

  21. Decebal says:

    Welcome Abu Haydar!

    “My compliments on the people who organized this series and put effort on their research. It has been an interesting and educational read this Aryan diffusion series.”

    If you ever have any ideas we didn’t include, we could always add them. I’m sure your more familiar with the history and mythology of the Philippines than we are, for example, which we could mention here if we can get a narrative going: http://aryanism.net/culture/aryan-race/aryan-diffusion-part-2/

  22. Abu Haydar says:

    “If you ever have any ideas we didn’t include…”

    Well, as per the Aryanism found in the Philippine Islands, I can attest that Aryans set foot here a long time ago due to the country being agricultural in culture (for example: the Banawe Rice Terraces) unless I am corrected.

  23. Decebal says:

    @Abu Haydar
    I agree that Aryans first arrived there long ago. What I meant was, are you familiar with the myths related to this migration? And are you familiar with the myths related to Aryan diffusion into surrounding islands?

  24. ahmad says:

    i dont know any myths pertaining the dwellers of this nation however i would like to mention the balangay.
    the balangay was used as a transportation of the malayan and indonesian people. they were neolithics or farmers because of the word “BIGAS”

    bigas pertains to grains of rice, and (God knows best) the word bigas is actually a proto Austronesian word still used today. up until now, i would hear the word “bigas” a lot. and we have a tradition that often surrounds the subject of rice.

  25. Decebal says:

    @ahmad,

    I will post my answer here (so you notice it), and afterwards we should move the discussion to here: http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/a-different-way-to-refer-to-geography/

    Do you think the Aryans may have arrived in the Philippines in boats similar to the balangay? The earliest archaeological proof of their existence starts long after the beginning of the Neolithic in the Philippines, but this does not prove they were not in use earlier.

  26. AS says:

    @LOZ

    Possibly, though they could also have been simply a Paleo-Indian population. What we must emphasize is that, if indeed they were Solutreans, what it would mean is that Chata, Chikasa, etc. and Brutus, Partholon, etc. had actually been fighting against the same enemy on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, and therefore we as their heirs should rejoice in our opportunity today to unite against this enemy again.

    On a semi-related note, I should mention that one crude but effective Jewish trick in Hollywood movies is to portray Native Americans almost exclusively as buffalo-hunting nomads living in tipis and wearing feathers (both of which are actually Plains Indians’ practices only) and almost never showing their villages and farms, while always showing the villages and farms of the Anglo settlers. The effect of this is to confuse people with New Trojan blood memory into stereotyping Native Americans in general as Gentiles and therefore neglecting to look for fellow Aryans among them, presuming instead that the Anglos represent the only Aryan influence. This is how Jews have in the past suckered even some Aryans into ethnocentrism – simply by showing images over and over again of certain ethnicities as non-Aryan. Aryan blood immunizes us to tribalism, but not necessarily to ethnocentrism.

  27. RP says:

    @AS
    “If we can spread interest in pre-9/11 pop culture among today’s kids (many of whom I have heard complain about the low quality of present-day entertainment media)

    Unfortunately, those that complain usually do so from a rightist perspective. Those that criticize pop cultural from a leftist perspective are mocked by the aforementioned rightists.

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