Original Nobility

“A child laughs when it feels joy and cries when it feels pain. Both things, laughing and crying it does with its whole heart. We all became so tall and so clever. We know so much and we have read so much. But one thing we forgot: to laugh and cry like the children do.” – Joseph Goebbels

Is moral excellence something we start out lacking but can acquire over time, or is it something we start out possessing but tend to forget over time? All non-Aryan thought is based on the former perspective, generally known as virtue theory (“virtue” derives from root “vir-” meaning “man”, implying qualities associated with maturation). All Aryan thought is based on the latter perspective, generally known as purity theory (“pure” derives from root “put-” meaning “unstained”), and what we more specifically call Original Nobility. A “virtuous Aryan” may sound like a compliment but is actually an oxymoron. On the other hand, it must be emphasized that the confusingly-named ideology of Puritanism (16th century Judeo-Christian movement) did not believe in the purity of children at all, but was among the worst promulgators of the notion of children as carriers of Original Sin, and hence advocated torture of children to obtain their obedience.

As Aryanists, our sense of profound humility comes from observing the effortless ease with which very young children excel over ourselves as adults in quality. This becomes even more obvious when we think back to our own early childhood and remark on how far we have fallen and how much of our true, original selves we have lost since then.

“Children in Germany and the Scandinavian countries, until the last war, still saw elves and fairies. I also spoke with them in the garden of my childhood. I scarcely remember it now because I have lost the vision, together with that distant garden.” – Miguel Serrano

“Putto and Butterfly” by Arnold Boecklin (Hitler’s favourite painter); “putto” derives from the same root as “pure”.

It is commonly said that children can afford to be more idealistic because they do not yet have to fend for themselves economically. While primarily intended as a cultural statement, there is also biological truth to it. Although all our genes are fixed from birth, not all the alleles are immediately expressed during childhood, but many are only activated during various stages of maturation (most obviously puberty), including not only physical growth but also the formation of a considerably less empathic personality that is more likely to be advantageous to survival. For example, the False Left is fond of the argument: “Nobody is born racist, therefore racism is learned.” This is rubbish. Indeed nobody is born racist, but racism is not learned – it is genetically switched on when people start to view other people as either (if of the opposite gender) reproductive resources or (if of the same gender) reproductive competitors, rather than as people, and hence start subconsciously seeking a way to maximize reproductive success (that way being ethnotribalism).

It is widely acknowledged by both leftists and rightists that as people age, shifts in their political views occur more often from left to right than the other way round. Leftists describe this as the tendency of people to degenerate towards callousness and cynicism as they grow older, whereas rightists interpret this as the tendency of people to develop in maturity and prudence. The two sides are describing not different qualities, but the same qualities using different words: callousness to the leftist is maturity to the rightist; cynicism to the leftist is prudence to the rightist. The reason for this is because, when one’s Original Nobility is lost beyond a certain extent, one’s worldview is inverted so thoroughly that any further loss of the remainder of Original Nobility comes to be perceived as gain in worldliness.

“By the word upstart I mean everyone who has raised himself through his own efforts to a social level higher than that to which he formerly belonged. In the case of such a person the hard struggle through which he passes often destroys his normal human sympathy. His own fight for existence kills his sensibility for the misery of those who have been left behind.” – Adolf Hitler

Education makes negligble difference; aging is the important factor.

However, the False Left has clouded the issue by their assertion that attitudes are learned rather than innate, and hence by their portrayal of rightists merely as people who have been learning from the wrong curriculum. The False Left portrays children as “blank slates” none of whose attitudes are fundamental to their spirits, therefore their notion of promoting leftist attitudes merely consists of developing a reliable curriculum to learn from, rather than of protecting Original Nobility.

Thus Original Nobility is an idea compatible only with True Left ideologies. In fact, the easiest way to distinguish a False Leftist from a True Leftist is that the False Leftist will readily use the term “childish” as an insult, exactly the same as the rightist is prone to do. No True Leftist would ever use such an insult, as it would be sacrilegious to our worldview.

“Every child is in a way a genius; and every genius is in a way a child.” – Arthur Schopenhauer

“In the case of highly gifted people traces of the impressions received in those early years last in the memory up to an advanced age.” – Adolf Hitler

“They are children and adolescents “against Time” before leaving in history the mark of their passage as Men “against Time.”” – Savitri Devi

“He climbs highest who does not know where he is climbing to.” – Rudolf Hess

“Have you seen those children who elevate a kite and send messages with little rolls of paper that go slowly up to the kite? … Yes, we must become like children to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.” – Miguel Serrano

Children know the correct answer that adults have forgotten.

Everything is obvious to children.

Children are born Gnostic. Only with corruption do they switch to worshipping their creator(s).

Who needs revisionism anyway?

While biological change may play a major role in our loss of Original Nobility, it is no less true that Original Nobility is externally crushed by children’s every contact with the norms of society, which – being the products of adult thinking – will always clash with children’s intrinsic moral absolutes. Children will feel that certain actions – whether done to themselves or done to others – are terrible injustices and unspeakable cruelties, yet find that adult society regards such actions as no big deal, or even as positives. They will find that adult society thinks they are the ones making a fuss over nothing. They will find that adult society not only refuses to protect their feelings, but on the contrary expects them to give up these feelings for the sake of fitting into society as they grow up, even though they themselves never chose to be born into such a society. Sadly, many do give up their own feelings in this way, because the lifelong torture otherwise would be too much to bear. Subsequently they will go on to become the torturers of the next generation in turn, repeating the process. This cycle is known as tradition.

“Those repulsive priests, when they question a child of seven in the confessional, it’s they themselves who incite it to sin, by opening its eyes to sin.” – Adolf Hitler

“When one provokes in a child a fear of the dark, one awakens in him a feeling of atavistic dread. Thus this child will be ruled all his life by this dread, whereas another child, who has been intelligently brought up, will be free of it.” – Adolf Hitler

“In old days teachers strove always to seek out each pupil’s weak point, and by exposing and dwelling on it, they successfully killed the child’s self-confidence.” – Adolf Hitler

The family environment has naturally evolved to crush Original Nobility with merciless efficiency. Children are born into physical bodies initially completely helpless and for many subsequent years still weak compared to those of adults, while living in the same habitat as parents able to overpower themselves in any physical confrontation and at the same time upon whom they must depend for even the most basic resources such as food, water and shelter. As such, they have almost no choice but to become used to being imposed upon by adult tyranny, and quickly come to terms with the regularity that obedience is less stressful than disobedience. Even if their Original Nobility causes them severe stress when it disagrees with adult demands, the children soon learn that Original Nobility is a spiritual force which they can psychologically tune out from their consciousness, whereas adult pressure is a material force that cannot be made to go away, thereby setting them up to do the former more and more often as a way to cope with the latter. At this point the children become vulnerable to internalizing the adult narrative of why the adult ways are “right” and hence rationalizing their predicament (“Surely I was sinful at birth, sinful from the time my mother conceived me.” – Tanakh), because the children need a way to assuage the indescribable guilt they would otherwise feel from tuning out their Original Nobility.

The two-parent family environment adds to this an inbuilt false dichtotomy of mother vs father (yin & yang), almost perfectly designed by natural selection to lure children’s emotions one way or another and believe it is a meaningful difference. Instead of being deployed to protect their own spirits (and those of their uncorrupted siblings if any), which are the true victims of oppression by both parents, children’s innate superabundance of kindness is often insidiously wasted on feeling sympathy for the relatively more oppressed parent in the relationship between the two parents. The more unselfish the child, the more likely the child to fall for this trap. This is the real reason why all traditional cultures emphasize the importance of two-parent families (typically with one parent dominant over the other): to disorient the children via the kindness of the children’s own hearts, and get them to sentimentally bond at least with one parent (even if at the expense of the other), which suffices for the perpetuation of tradition.

Hitler, whose own home life during childhood involved adult violence (mostly by his father), and who witnessed more of the same among many of his urban neighbours after he had moved out to Vienna, vividly recounts his experiences:

“One must have practical experience of such a milieu so as to be able to picture the state of affairs that arises from these mutual recriminations when the father physically assaults the mother and maltreats her in a fit of drunken rage. … The child can no longer ignore those sordid details which even an adult would find revolting.” – Adolf Hitler

“The evil culminates when the husband goes his own way from the beginning of the week and the wife protests. … The wife has to hound him along the road from the factory to the tavern in order to get a few shillings from him on payday. Then when he finally comes home, maybe on the Sunday or the Monday, having parted with his last shillings and pence, pitiable scenes follow, scenes that cry out for God’s mercy.” – Adolf Hitler

On top of this, family financial insecurity – that children become aware of as they become slightly older - has the effect of generally driving children further away from emotional introspection (and hence their own Original Nobility) as their minds become preoccupied with mundane worries relating to practical daily life. Such children tend to mature faster (physically and psychologically) than more financially fortunate children, and as adults to even remember their childhood in less detail, having become mentally used to concentrating on the future instead of the past.

“More than the daily contact with material misery itself (with material misery which he, by the way, not merely beheld, but actually shared), the sight of the degrading effects of that misery upon his people and upon their young children was unbearable to him. … One has, one’s self, to experience the same perpetual insecurity of life, to be acquainted with the same pangs of hunger, to dwell in the same over-crowded, dirty, noisy surroundings as the disinherited classes, in one word, to live the wretchedness that gnaws into them and degrades them, in order to know what social misery means. The future German Führer has lived it, and suffered from it, personally, day after day, for months, for years, without it ever degrading or even changing him.” – Savitri Devi

The rebellion of oppressed children against adult authority takes two forms. Here it is most clearly seen which children are Aryan and which are non-Aryan. Non-Aryan children rebel by wanting to grow up as quickly as possible and be perceived as an adult by other adults, hence the common adolescent enthusiasm towards activities officially forbidden to minors, such as smoking, drinking and other drug use, sex, etc., along with efforts to alter physical appearance to a more adult look, such as bodybuilding, makeup, etc.. This - the Satanic rebellion driven by envy - is fundamentally ignoble, as it merely aims to identify oneself with the oppressors rather than the oppressed. In this respect it is hardly rebellion at all, except in the most superficial sense of not following adult instructions to wait a few more years before starting to partake in adult bad habits. If anything, it suggests impatience to join the adult world, and therefore is not rebellion but the ultimate endorsement, just as imitiation is the sincerest form of flatttery. In absolute contrast, Aryan children rebel by swearing to never join the adult world and never become like adults, hence preferring to stick with everything we loved during childhood and perceiving those who abandon these as traitors to their earlier selves. This - the Luciferian rebellion driven by fury - is fundamentally noble, as it demonstrates abiding loyalty to the oppressed culture and matching disdain towards the very offer to join the oppressor culture.

It should be noted that adult society expects, is entirely unworried by and indeed quite accomodating towards the Satanic rebellion no matter how wild its manifestations, as it knows that this is all merely a phase of adolescent indulgence which will pass in a matter of years, and such slavish ‘rebels’ will soon enough smoothly join adult society and become pillars of tradition, much as Satan merely wants Yahweh’s throne for himself (unaware that in so doing he is helping to perpetuate Yahweh’s creation). On the other hand, adult society fears the Luciferian rebellion more than anything else imaginable, as it poses a genuine threat to tradition, much as Lucifer promises to completely and irreversibly destroy Yahweh’s creation.

“Parents of a small boy of six, they had, in spite of the tears and supplications of this child, pushed out the door of their car the dog who had given them all his love, then had set out again at top speed, had arrived at their vacation resort, had settled into their hotel, and had gone to sleep without remorse. But serene Justice was watching over them. The following day, the two unworthy beings found their only son dead, in a pool of blood: he had opened his veins with the “Gilette” of his father. On the night table they found, written in the child’s hand, some words: his verdict against them and all those who resemble them; to remember, day and night, the rest of their lives: “Papa and mamma are monsters. I cannot live with monsters!”” – Savitri Devi

“In the world of which the Führer had dreamed, … The little boy whose death I related would there have been at home, because he only asked to live among people as noble as him (and undoubtedly as his ancestors). He would surely have sensed, in the Defender of eternal values—like him a friend of animals, and above all dogs—a leader worthy of his total allegiance. But the last attempt at rectification had failed, fifteen years before his birth. The world today, the post-war world, appeared to him in the person of his abominable parents. Because it is not only those who believed and still believe “in Führer and Reich,” but all “good and brave” characters, all the Aryans worthy of the name, who have no place there, and whom one meets there—as one might expect—less and less.” – Savitri Devi

Original Nobility discredits once and for all the despicable plea of ignorance as an excuse for ignobility. Nobody who does evil does so because they “did not know any better”. All of us were once children with spotless moral sensitivity, therefore all of us started out knowing better. The only difference is that we remained true to our younger selves, whereas others betrayed theirs. Inside every traditional adult is buried the corpse of the child they used to be, an innocent child that they allowed to be tortured to death without even having enough loyalty to die alongside the child. And they know it. They just do not care.

But we care. And we will not rest until we have avenged every sacrificed child there ever was, and spared every child yet unborn from the same fate.

“The child wobbly now running falls to splash in high-pitched laughter into foam of Sea, and I so sadly have no God to bring forth in hopeful protection against that adult life that so awaits. Nor hope of Heaven to redress by life beyond unfairness, sorrow, the still awaiting growth of pain.” – David Myatt


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