It was this great vision of Galactic Empire which has inspired me in my life-long political activity, and it was the great vision of a Galactic Empire created by human beings which has motivated me to do what I have done in politics. I knew even at that early age that two things would be required to make this vision real – the technology to enable us to travel to the stars, and the right type of society, at first here on Earth, to create the will and the means to travel into Space and build an Empire. Soon, however (when I was about fourteen years of age) I came to believe that all present societies were lacking something important and that it would probably be necessary to somehow create an entirely new type of society… (David Myatt “Autobiographical Notes”)
Mr Parker of the diabolical ONA (or is this a girl?) has recently changed his propaganda tone and now he seems to be less preoccupied with the pseudo-Satanists and the plebeian pretenders to the sinister throne. Instead, he focuses more on National Socialism and the links between the NS movement and the Order of Nine Angles. Everyone remembers Myatt’s multiple essays written when he was young, passionate and idealistic. If not, then your loss. If you’re young, you’re a dreamer, believing you can change the world. You worship your heroes, idealize them, ignore the facts and believe only what you want to believe. When you get older and life hands you your ass on a silver platter, you realize that not much, if anything, depends on your Will.
For a change, this blog will be about the Holy Catholic Church. Perhaps, someone after reading it will believe, as many leftist douches believe, that the Catholic Church is in its essence Nazi.
There are various Nationalist groups in Poland. Some describe themselves as Nationalists, others identify as National Socialists. For convenience, I will put them into one bag because they co-operate and share similar values. For a long time they were marginalized, didn’t have access to the mainstream media. There were even attempts to ban them in the name of love and tolerance. It’s incredible how the regime of political correctness tries to silence people with different and controversial views, how it tries to put a muzzle on them.
Now, since the government has changed, the Nationalists are occasionally invited to the TV. So recently the host of one program invited the kids from one organization, ONR. Yeah, these were just kids. They were really underwhelming. The liberal and anti-hate groups, the defenders of democracy, portrayed them as scary monsters, full of hatred to other nations and races, organizing hateful marches and just waiting for the opportunity to beat up, or even kill, an innocent Muslim or a Jew.
Their participation in the Mass caused a moral outrage. Many VIPs calling themselves Catholics wrote a protest letter to the Church authorities condemning the Church support of Nationalist movement. It was so unchristian. What would Jesus say? So the archbishop apologized. The university authorities advised the foreign students not to go out when the ONR had their march. The “anti-racist” groups filed a law-suit. How dare you say what you think? Democracy means freedom to express your views, yes, but only those views that are generally acceptable. Many politicians refused to participate in the funeral of the national hero, Lupaszka, because the ONR and other “Nazi” orgs were there. Not to mention burning the effigy of the Jew, the EU flag or the portrait of Angela Merkel.
So why did you shout “The Zionists will hang on the trees”? – the host asked the young people. “Because we wanted to be heard. We must use strong words, simplified and emotionally loaded slogans to get through to people.”
So it seems that those young, idealistic but patriotic and all in all well-meaning people just wanted to be heard. They wanted someone to take into consideration what they wanted to say. If they didn’t shout the controversial slogans, perhaps nobody would pay any attention to them? This program, and a couple of similar programs, ran by conservative journalists helped to demystify those groups, un-demonize their members, show them as normal people, not silly harmless kids really. They sounded quite intelligent when they were given a chance to defend their views. But they were shown not as dreaded monsters but as young normal people, a little bit idealistic but patriotic, enthusiastic, searching for their place in life, having their own vision of the nation and its future. It turned out that though their views were more controversial and the methods of expression stronger, their dreams were not that different from the dreams and ideals of other young people. Perhaps, if one is willing to get to know the “Devil” more closely, it may turn out that the Devil is not as scary as many claim he is.