Tuesday, December 25, 2007



"In its race towards richness and power, America has abandoned the axis of freedom in order to follow that of productivity.... All the energies, including those relating to the ideals and to religion, lead toward the same productive purpose; we are in the presence of a productive society, almost a theocracy of productivity, which is increasingly aiming at producing things rather than people, or people only as more efficient workers.... In the U.S., some kind of mysticism surrounds the supreme rights of the community. The human being, having become a means rather than an end in itself, accepts the role of 'cog-in-the-machine' without thinking for a second that in the process he may be somewhat belittled.... hence, a collectivism which is willed by the elites and acritically accepted by the masses, surreptitiously undermines man's autonomy and strictly channels his actions, thus confirming his very abdication without him realizing it.... No protests and no reaction of the great American masses ever ensued against the collective tyranny. They accept it freely, as a natural thing, and almost as if it were expedient." ............................. A. Sigfried (Paris1927)

A people must never stop striving for freedom, justice and quality in life. The intelligence of an individual is of little use if the societies in which we live out our lives is not working in the same direction. We simply fight an up hill battle of little or no consequence and the world continues on its downward spiral towards the inevitable turmoil, ignorance and ultimate doom scenerio it has created by its acceptence of unintelligent and unconscious living. Just like people, civilizations also undergo their own particular cycle, consisting of a beginning, a development and an end. Man is the only living creature that posesses the ability to choose the direction and quality of life here on earth be it a paradise or a hell it is we the living who bear that responsibility. We can destroy one another, destroy nature and the planet or or let nature exterminate us for the cancer we have become. It all depends on the focus of our will and our intelligence and how we use it. Right now our suffering is the result of insatiable greed and lust for power and control at the top and ignorance and unconsciousness at the bottom. It was the U.S. politician William E. Borah (1865-1940) who stated, "The marvel of all history is the patience with which men and woman submit to burdens unnecessarily laid upon them by their governments."
Think about these questions very closely.
• Do you like the present world in which you live?
• Do you think that it is going in the right direction?
• Should we work towards building a great, cultured and intelligent civilization, or continue on with disposable, directionless, insatiable consumer societies that rape the earth with impunity while stripping all humankind of its soul, honor and dignity?
• Does this world offer hope for the future of your children?
• Do you care? If not, then from what logical perspective do you view the purpose of your existence on this earth?
• If you desire a better world, what have you done thus far, or plan to do, to make a constructive contribution to that ideal?
• Do you believe that there are any alternative rational solutions that can save this world from its destructive course?
Consider this fact, if you chose to go through life as a spectator, then you get what you deserve, which is the directionless, self destructive, chaotic world in which you now live. You may consider yourself a wholesome, upright person with good intentions, but good intentions which are not realized are as useless as no intentions at all. The societies of today's world will continue to self- destruct, including the planet itself, as long as its inhabitants chose to do nothing more than to exist and be a spectator through life. If you want your mendacious manipulators to continue to make decisions for you and form your world, they will continue to do just that, and fleece your hopeless carcass to the grave. Anyone who freely accepts his shakles and bends to the yoke can have neither honor nor dignity.
Many have found shelter in becoming cynics and cajole themselves and others in believing that it is too late to set things right, that any plan at this point is futile and the future can only be bleak from now on. Though some may take pride behind these pessimistic pontifications, a cynic remains a prisoner of his own devise, and amounts to nothing more than a self-centered mental weakling who is no use to anyone, least of all himself. Cynics were ready to throw in the towel on life during the Roman empire, during the thousand years of draconian hell that the Christian church and power hungry Kings and Queens created in the Middle Ages, during the Industrial Revolution, during WWI and WWII and on it goes, man letting circumstance and power hungry manipulaters control his every thought and move. Fear and negativity are a disease that paralyse and enslave man.
It is never ever too late to set things right! Intelligent thinking coupled with unbridled will power is the spark that ignites action. Action starts with making a decision. Until a decision is made nothing happens. The magic of great things begin when the first idealistic foundation stone is set, and that stone must be a stone of virtue. Even the most bigoted church historian must admit that magnificent edifices of pagan learning were raised upon the solid rock of personal virtue.
The enlightened golden ages in history are always born through strong ethnic traditions and culture bound by a collective ideal towards beauty, intelligence, truth, justice, virtue and spirituality. It is this combination of ideals which produces that essential and vital seed of growth for a lasting epoch of enlightenment. What is the most virtuous of all things? That which is the most beautiful and the most necessary. What is the most necessary of all things? That which is the most beautiful and the most virtuous.
With 10,000 years of historical hindsight from which to learn from our success and mistakes, what greater advantage for a new beginning could we ask for? To a large degree the common man has become so constituted by his guile-master that he actually regards the herd animal needs as an ideal. There are some who care not where the world is going, some wait for tenure or for retirement or safer times, but all wait for the inevitable doom which is the result of doing nothing. Those who wait become merely the pall-bearers of dying civilizations. Dead races do not come back. We know that the idea of a higher society will always be hated by the wretched as much as the worst despotism. The mediocrity-morality, like an ever-creeping pestilence, will forever nip at the heels of a higher evolving mankind. It is a leathal cancer that sucks the life juices from the body of the vibrant and strong. Like a parasite, they would not exist without a host upon which to feed. Now more than ever are the misfits granted more rights and benifits than the healthy, productive and intelligent people here in the western world. This they call democracy! Both Socrates and Plato agreed that pure democracy was a failure: that only the state's wisest men should lead it.
When it is time for a political system to change for the better, it must do so and keep in stride with the times and its peoples' needs. Today the inner qualities of a people may be a thousand fold unsatisfctory, yet there always remains enough determining capacity for transformation. A man with a goal is always superior to a man who lives aimlessly and so it is with nations. No society can exist unless power is entrusted to somebody. As we find with all societies, there can be no happiness without order, no order without authority and no authority without unity. A government in and of itself is not a bad thing, and every nation must have one to function at all, but a government should never be so alienated from its people that it becomes an oppressor. Nor should the citizens venerate unrealistic demands on the necessary functions of the appointed leadership, unless of course such power is abused. The best system is that which has the least arbitration between the people and their leadership. A government should be determined by the internal relationship of the people whom it is meant to serve. There are no necessary evils in government. Its evils exist only in its abuses.
The great motivator in all civilizations is the promise of freedom. Without it, there is no future and thus no incentive. True freedom has never been realized in a polyglot society, such a system always creates favoritism and conflict of interest among its opposing inhabitants, be it political, religious or racial.
The really free individuals are those who act according to the unspoiled instinctive impulses of their natural being. This means that the individual acts freely only when his actions instinctively harmonize with the natural ethnic tendencies of the community of which he forms a part and to which he is bound by the indestructible ties of blood, in other words, the common ancestry. Every great civilization, without exception, in its origin starts with a single race and culture. It has never been Creations design to mix the races of man into one unidentifiable species. This is an unnatural and unctious plan of genocide ushered in by the industrial age, more precisely, the avaricious international power elite moguls who rule your world.
Their aim is to break down the pride of all race nations of the world into into a polyglot stew of dumbed down faceless cultureless working drones that they alone can easily control. By this design the subjectivity of their desperate worker-bees is assured.
No one can have a right to think meanly of his race, unless he also thinks meanly of himself. Once a race is destroyed it can never be remade. The true destiny of each race is to work in liberty to make of itself what it was originally created to be. Our race identity must be preserved! This is the essential and necessary first step in the building of a vibrant, healthy nation. Unity of blood mind spirit and purpose!
"To be a rebel in view of contemporary society does not in
itself lower the value of a man. There are even cases in
which one might have to honor a rebel because he finds
something in our society against which war ought to be
waged-----he awakens us from our slumber."
..........................Friedrich Nietzsche
To ensure a firm groundwork for the vital needs of a wholesome society the existing proportion of the best minds must be maintained and given oppurtunity to reach their highest potential. To this aim a Meritocracy system offers the most viable alternative. A meritocracy, as a people's government, is a social, political and economic structure which functions on a pyramid principle based upon merit. In other words, each individual would be free to attain the highest level of his natural abilities and talents, unhindered by class, caste, age or political or religious persuasion. It is to the greatest positive advantage of both the individual and the society that one's highest physical and mental assets be quickly recognized, encouraged, developed and utilized to maximum potential. A meritocracy is not a new idea, it was a concept that extends back to ancient Greece. A meritocracy would offer infinite possibilities for those who desire the boundless with incentive and stability for all who make up its nationhood. Much has been done in the present liberal, democratic capitalist society to consciously destroy the family value structure. That a nation should always recognize the importance of a true representitive government and family values, that it should be a keystone around which a sound society thrives cannot be expressed enough.
We must seriously consider the direction of our own times and that of posterity. The resurrection of a nation can only begin through an awakened folk consciousness, coupled with a unified concern for the preservation and advancement of its people. The current world 'gangster governments' and international 'Power Elite' have not the slightest concern whether you live or die; anyone is expendable. The only concern that the existing globalist cabal has for you is that their personal power and priviledge are protected by your life and toil. But let us be realistic, if the existing system were to fall tomorrow, what form of government would you chose to replace it? Do you believe that it might be important to think that far ahead? Would you leave such a decision up to another band of avaricious thieves and exploiters? Perhaps you would prefer a reactionary stance, store arms and food and welcome Mad Max chaos for an undetermined amount of time in helpless misery, waiting for a benevolent savior to appear with a magic wand. Every human to some degree becomes the creator of his own destiny; every nation of people is as well. Far too many have lost their way on both counts.
"Any man who has the brains to think and the nerve to act
for the benifit of the people of the country is considered
a radical by those who are content with stagnation and will
to endure disaster." ..................William Randolf Hearst
Forming a new government will take a complete revolution of thought and values from that of today's distorted way of thinking. Whether we are in iron chains or velvet chains, man must break all chains and liberate himself from the gutless conformity to the prevailing cog in a wheel slave mentality of hopelessness which has numbed his inherent noble spirit. For those who are driven with concern for the future and the shaping of the destiny of this world in which we live the choice is obvious. Affirm our will in that which must be done against all odds, and to then do that which is necessary to attain the goal. Life is a battle, and to fight that battle heroically and fight it well is the great purpose of every man's existence who is worthy and fit to live at all.
If you wish to continue marking time until old age in the grey sufficating twilight of a dying world, content to just exist and live out the slave card that was dealt to you, then simply discard this writing and continue sleeping. If you need more incentive, look deep into the clear, hopeful, happy innocent eyes of a child, think about the world you are leaving them and remember that life's length is not measured by its hours and days, but by that which we have done therein for the enrichment of the things that matter most. A useless life is short if it lasts a century; but that of Alexander was as long as the life of an oak, though he died at thirty-two.

"SONS OF ALBION" P.O. Box 422 Butte, MT. 59703

No comments: