“The most gifted general can only put his ideas and plans into practice when the instrument at his disposal is far superior to that of the enemy.” – Adolf Hitler
Our movement is a grassroots movement in that it does not require recognition from those currently in power in order to succeed, but it is not a mass movement in that its ideology (unlike those of our ZC and BS rivals) is not the crystallization of shifting mass opinion. On the contrary, it is an aristocratic movement in that its ideology is the product of a small number of dedicated idealists attempting to exert our will to change the world for the better. As such, even though our aim is not permanent aristocracy in the elitist sense, it is necessary for practical purposes that we arrange our activists according to a clearly defined chain of command, so that activism can occur without the need for every activist to see the full picture all the time. It is with this understanding that the Third Reich salute was “Heil Hitler!” and not “Heil Nationalsozialismus!”: it is the personal charisma, not the impersonal idea, that produces loyalty among non-intellectuals.
“I have issued the command — and I’ll have anybody who utters but one word of criticism executed by a firing squad.” – Adolf Hitler
Paramilitary order is all about developing into teams whose members are able to follow orders, as opposed to requiring detailed persuasion prior to every move. Not only is persuasion debilitatingly slow in situations when rapid action is required, but persuasion almost always involves explanation of the tactics behind the action, which in turn risks one’s tactics being learned (and hence countertactics devised) by enemies who have moles planted within one’s group. In Hitler’s words: “I cannot demand that my generals should understand my orders, but I demand that they follow them.” Successful establishment of paramilitary order will mark the transition of our movement from discussion to organization, expand our scope of recruitment beyond the intellectual class, and - most importantly of all - reveal the identities of our prophesized leaders.
He is waiting to appear and lead us to victory. Are we ready for him?
“I am the most independent man, beholden to no one, subordinate to no one, owing thanks to no one, answerable to my conscience alone.” – Adolf Hitler
National Socialist Germany opposed the idea of rank as a proxy for prestige. This was demonstrated by the SS, which broke away from the Western military tradition of lower-ranking personnel addressing higher-ranking personnel as “Sir”, instead mandating that all personnel address one another by the rank title itself (e.g. Reinhard Heydrich would be addressed as “Obergruppenfuehrer” by SS men of all ranks, both higher and lower than himself). This encouraged a folkish as opposed to a hierarchical attitude towards leadership. Nonetheless, authentic National Socialism unreservedly exalts the superiority of absolute rule and the importance of a chain of command, and makes soldierly efficiency the hallmark of its state aesthetic.
“History has never had a revolution less bloody, more disciplined and more orderly than ours.” – Joseph Goebbels
Following orders means following orders even when one disagrees with the orders. To do so requires that the follower trusts the leader’s judgement over his own. In Hitler’s words: “It was only because you followed that I could lead you.” Only an individual of outstanding personality will be able to inspire such trust. For the record, this site does not endorse leaders ordering followers to do anything illegal.
“At Munich an action was brought against us on the pretext that at Coburg we had severely wounded a number of manifesters. It was even said that we had used machine-guns. In reality, somebody had confused a music-stand with a machine-gun.” – Adolf Hitler
A leader should display deeper commitment to the cause than any of his followers, which can be measured by a combination of the impact of his past activism, the level of personal risk he is willing to take, and the rectitude of his own way of life relative to his beliefs. For the purposes of Aryanism, a leader must demonstrate spontaneous nobility in his character (thus Jews and Gentiles, by definition, cannot lead us). Age, gender, sexual preference, ethnic background and financial wealth should not be reasons for or against leadership.
A leader does not need to have a perfect theoretical understanding of our ideology (if he has ideological queries, he can contact us at any time), but his understanding should be at least equal and preferably superior to that of most of his followers. To leaders whom we deem to possess exemplary understanding of our ideology, we will award our Aryanism Original Guard Chevron, a certification of our faith in them to stay true to our ideology into the foreseeable future even in absence of further guidance from us.
“For the establishment of any branch of the organization the decisive condition must always be that a person can be found who is capable of fulfilling the functions of a leader. Just as the army and all its various units of organization are useless if there are no officers, so any political organization is worthless if it has not the right kind of leaders. If an inspiring personality who has the gift of leadership cannot be found for the organization and direction of a local group it is better for the movement to refrain from establishing such a group than to run the risk of failure after the group has been founded. The will to be a leader is not a sufficient qualification for leadership. For the leader must have the other necessary qualities. Among these qualities will-power and energy must be considered as more serviceable than the intellect of a genius. The most valuable association of qualities is to be found in a combination of talent, determination and perseverance.” – Adolf Hitler
A leader should demand those who voluntarily wish to follow him to swear a solemn oath, before witnesses if possible, of renunciation from all other allegiances (thus Jews and Gentiles, by definition, cannot follow us) and to follow the leader alone. This oath should have no legal binding power (this can be changed after National Socialist states have been established), but should draw its gravity purely from personal honour. While the leader can release followers from the oath at any time, a wise leader should prohibit from swearing this oath in the first place those whom he considers to be useless or dangerous to his cause.
“A soldier is defined as a person who is a member of an Army, and a person becomes a soldier when they take an Oath of Allegiance. They are then bound by the Rules and Regulations of the Army they have joined.” – David Myatt
Once the oath has been sworn, the follower is thereafter expected to follow the leader until one of the following events:
b) the follower dies
c) the leader chooses to release the follower from the oath
A follower, besides following his leader’s direct orders, is expected to request permission from his leader prior to taking on major new commitments in his personal life (which could affect his ability to serve the cause), such as marriage or reproduction. Moreover, a follower is expected to place his leader’s physical safety above his own, ultimately prepared to sacrifice his own life to save his leader’s life if required during emergency.
A follower should only give his leader advice when his leader asks for his advice. A follower should never criticize his leader behind his leader’s back.
A follower who no longer wishes to follow his leader for personal reasons can request the leader to release him from the oath, though the leader can in principle refuse. A follower who no longer wishes to follow his leader because he believes his leader is in well-intentioned error can commit suicide as a statement of loyal worry. A follower who no longer wishes to follow his leader because he believes his leader has become corrupt can challenge the leader to a duel whereby the loser is honour-bound to commit suicide. If the leader refuses to duel, the follower is released from oath by default.
Regarding the leader’s title, we recommend Hitler’s own advice: “In the National Socialist form of State, the title “Fuehrer” is the most suitable. … In any case it would be inopportune to change the title of the Head of the State, since this title is associated with the very form of the State itself.” We should take particular care to avoid association with traditional titles which tend to be aesthetically incompatible with a radical movement such as ours. Here too we refer to Hitler’s sentiment: “Personally, I should regard it as an example of pure lunacy if anyone came and offered me, for example, a dukedom. It would be like asking me to recognise bonds of kinship with all the dwarfs who bear the title.”
“Loyalty not only in deed, but in character is demanded of you. Loyalty of character often demands no less heroic virtue than does loyalty in deed. Loyalty in character is unbreakable loyalty, a loyalty that knows no ifs or buts, that knows no weakening.” – Rudolf Hess
Being a grassroots movement, we expect our structure to most likely form from small chapters which liase with each other, gradually joining into superchapters which can conduct activism on a larger scale. To facilitate this process, we recommend rigid uniformity in code of conduct, style of presentation and style of organization across all chapters.
Code of conduct:
- Boycott of Zionist products
- No drugs (including alcohol)
- No visible jewellry, tattoos, brand-labelled clothes, make-up or other physical decoration
- No financial debt to non-members
- No financial lending between members (donations are fine)
- No factionalism
- No nepotism
(Note that we have no way to monitor what people do in private, so the above applies in practice mainly to movement activities.)
Style of presentation:
- Accurate use of movement vocabulary as per official definitions
- Use of movement motto: UNITY THROUGH NOBILITY
- No use of conventional ethnic categories (nationalities are fine)
- No foppery
I repeat, NO FOPPERY!
Style of organization:
- Numerical ranking of every member so that no two members hold exactly equal position (e.g. a group with thirteen members, three levels and two squads of equal size could number its group leader 1, its squad commanders 1-1 and 1-2, and its squad crew 1-1-1, 1-1-2, 1-1-3, 1-1-4-, 1-1-5, 1-2-1, 1-2-2, 1-2-3, 1-2-4 and 1-2-5)
- Chain of command following numerical ranking, so that no ambiguity ever arises as to who makes each decision
- Only the leader can reassign ranks
Adolf Hitler, NSDAP Member Number 1
Communication between two or more chapters should generally be left to the chapter leaders. The only situation in which followers in different chapters should communicate with each other directly is when these followers happen to be experts in a certain specialist field who are required to collaborate in a specialist project.
National Socialism is opposed to feudalistic structure whereby each rank obeys foremost the rank immediately above itself, instead advocating monarchic structure whereby all ranks obey foremost the highest rank. Hitler mockingly said: “When Papen proposed the Vice-Chancellery to me, I explained to him: “A Vice-Chancellor never becomes active except when the Chancellor is ill. If I am the Vice-Chancellor, you will never be ill. So I refuse the Vice-Chancellery.”" Therefore, when two or more chapters with existing leaders seek to fuse into a superchapter, all leaders must release all their followers from the oaths sworn to them, in order to allow all new followers - irrespective of their past position - to swear a new oath on equal footing to the new leader of the superchapter, and be assigned numerical ranking anew.
“We don’t want any kind of status in the Party similar to the status of officials. Nobody in the Party may have an automatic right to promotion. Nobody may be able to say: “Now it’s my turn.” Priority for talent, that’s the only rule I know!” – Adolf Hitler
Relay of Duty
“Were I to die here tonight, tomorrow, you would remain as you must to presence in such music … what it is that you and I and others of our often mis-understood kind, feel, know, understand, and which makes us who we are, almost another species lost in the times that are living.” – David Myatt
Upon the death of an SS man in the line of duty, his standard issue dagger was ritually passed to a living comrade, who would carry it instead of his own, symbolizing the transfer of an ongoing struggle from one person to the next under common purpose.
If a leader should suddenly be killed, incapacitated or made to disappear, the numerical ranking indicates without ambiguity who is next in the chain of command, and hence who should take over the position of leadership at once. This is the most valuable feature of paramilitary order.
“My own conscience is clean. If I am told that somewhere there exists a young man who has talent, I myself will do what I can for him. Nothing could be more agreeable to me than to be told, when somebody is introduced to me: “Here’s a man of rare talent. Perhaps one day he’ll be the Fuehrer of the nation.”" – Adolf Hitler
Followers should understand that this is the timing at which our enemies will try hardest to divide the team. It is up to followers to put in extra effort to fall in line behind the new leader for the sake of keeping the team united and its morale high. The new leader, in turn, should not be afraid to speak openly about any difficulties he faces in his new position, so that others can assist him as necessary. A strong folk spirit is essential to maintain team momentum without mishap.
Under no circumstances must election be used to determine the successor to leadership. Anyone attempting to call such an election, or otherwise to put any decision regarding the future of the group to any kind of vote, should be regarded as a mutineer, towards whom all Aryanists should have zero tolerance.
“It was Himmler, of all people, whom I once heard quote the dictum of Muenster: ‘Honour is force enough.’ For him it obviously was not!” – Alfred Rosenberg
History must not be repeated
The inbuilt and generally unavoidable danger to paramilitary order is that of loyal soldiers falling under the command of a treacherous officer, whose treacherous orders will then be followed. We do not suggest inordinate distrust between members, which would play right back into the Zionist psychopolitical tactic of convincing us there are traitors among us when in fact there are none. But we do suggest that lower-ranked followers keep track of how closely higher-ranked followers (to whom the leader might have delegated considerable responsibilities, including the power to give orders to lower-ranked followers) adhere to the leader’s vision. It is on this account that Savitri Devi once remarked that practical intelligence is measured not by one’s skill in debating but by one’s ability to “know people”.
If as a follower you have good reason to believe that a higher-ranked follower is a traitor to the cause, you should present your accusation to the leader. At this point, from the leader’s perspective, one of several possibilities could be occurring:
a) Both the accused and the accuser are loyal; there has simply been a misunderstanding.
b) The accused is disloyal; the accuser is loyal.
c) The accused is loyal; the accuser is disloyal.
d) The accused is disloyal; the accuser is also disloyal.
The accuser, in order to prove that he is not merely trying to displace the accused for the sake of rising in the organization, should be willing to duel the accused. The accused, in order to prove that he is not merely trying to hold onto his existing position in the organization, should similarly be willing to duel the accuser. (The loser of the duel is honour-bound to commit suicide.)
A wise leader should bear in mind at all times that anyone who encourages another to be an accuser instead of choosing to be the accuser himself is more likely than either the accuser or the accused to be a traitor, and should be treated with utmost suspicion.