Arya

“We believe that if the world doesn’t go quickly to an end, it will be only because Hitlerism transformed itself into a new religious faith, able to change the materialistic man of today into a new idealistic hero where the ‘beyond life’ is as important as life itself.” – Miguel Serrano

The classical Pali/Sanskrit “arya” was historically both a description of certain spiritual ideas (e.g. “Arya Dharma” referring to Buddhism during the Maurya dynasty), and a label for the people of its time who practiced such ideas in their attitudes. We have no quarrel with the Maurya Empire over the spirit of this usage, but for the purposes of the Aryanist movement which uses primarily English language, with the adjective “Aryan” equivalently accounting for both the people and the attitudes themselves, the noun “Arya” henceforth refers to a collective of these attitudes as a single entity. Arya is thus the Way of Nobility: the duty of individuals to practice, and the duty of an Aryanist state to facilitate the practice of.

Whether or not an attitude belongs within Arya is simply judged by whether or not the attitude is noble. If it can be shown to tolerate slavery, exploitation or injustice in any form, it contradicts and hence cannot be part of Arya, as one must be ignoble in order to comfortably hold such an attitude.

Rationalism, not Empiricism

“The German people are happy in the knowledge that a constantly changing vision has been replaced by a fixed pole.” – Adolf Hitler

The empiricist bases his thinking on observational knowledge, thereby allowing whomever controls what he observes to determine his thoughts. The rationalist bases his thinking on logical knowledge, thus will not be misled by even the most pervasive information monopoly.

Universalism, not Tribalism

“Seeking, questing, forgetting until I finally distilled the essence -  which is of empathy and honour.” – David Myatt

The tribalist deals with a problem by transferring it onto others whom he does not care about, thereby becoming the very tool by which the problem spreads and grows. The universalist seeks a solution for all victims, thus will not be content until the problem has been completely eradicated.

Radicialism, not Conservatism/Liberalism

“Today I must speak because I support the man who attempts to save the world at the last moment from catastrophe.” – Rudolf Hess

The conservative believes that improvement of people is impossible. The liberal believes that it cannot even be defined. Both thereby have already surrendered to the human condition, and differ only in how they attempt to compensate for it. The radical believes that improvement of people is both definable and possible. While none may start out knowing the way, only the radical will seek it.

Idealism, not Naturalism

“I have little interest in the ordinary, the usual, and above all, what is considered by the world ‘possible’.” – George Lincoln Rockwell

The naturalist, who appeals to natural selection as a source of moral authority, will change loyalties as expedient for the sake of victory. The idealist, who appeals to nobility as a source of moral authority, will refuse victory if he must sacrifice his noble cause to achieve it.

Militarism, not Survivalism

“We do not know how to live, but we know how to die, yes, and fabulously!” – Joseph Goebbels

The survivalist fights in order to live. The militarist lives only because there are enemies who need to be fought.

My Honour is my Loyalty