“ Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat.  How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it!” – [Matthew 7:13-14]
What are we fighting for? The easy answer is our race; the Fourteen Words come to mind. But for what reason do we fight for our race? Many answers come up for this, but the easiest for this one is, “Well, we fight for our race because we have a duty to do so.” True, but why do we serve this duty? What is the end goal of this fight, this Struggle? This question is more difficult to answer, in fact, asking this question can cause some emotional backlash based on the preconceived notion that the person asking is trying to muddy the waters and subvert the “movement.” Christians, however, have the answer. We serve this duty because we are commanded by God to do so.
“ But if any man have not care of his own, and especially of those of his house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.” – [1 Timothy 5:8]
But let’s put obedience aside for a moment for the sake of argument. Obedience isn’t a very convincing argument for the unconvinced, so let’s look at this a little deeper. Why does God want us to care for our own, i.e, our race (ethnos, Volk, etc.)? The fundamental reason is that the family was ordained by God in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. A prefiguration of the Trinity composed of God (Father), Adam (Son) and Eve (Holy Ghost) is present in the story of Eden.
“ And the Lord God formed man of the slime of the earth: and breathed into his face the breath of life, and man became a living soul.” –[Genesis 2:7]
This verse is loaded with meaning and substance. Man comes from the “slime of the earth”, composed of soil, and then God “breathed into his face the breath of life”, animating the biological body with a “living soul.” One can make connections between the narrative in Genesis with the evolutionary conception of organic molecules coming from inorganic molecules through a mysterious process known as protein genesis. Race arises from the soil in a mysterious process, a process that makes little to no sense in the absence of a supernatural force.
From Adam, then, comes Eve, whom is made from his rib. Eve is subordinate to Adam, and Adam is subordinate to God, yet Eve proceeds from both Adam and God. This is where family roles come from. God represents the father, Adam represents the mother, and Eve represents the child. The mother is subordinate to the father, and the child is subordinate to both, and the child proceeds from both the father and the mother. The father must tend to his children, and treat his wife as he would treat the Virgin Mary, and the mother must also tend to the children, and treat the father as she would Christ. Anyone with a healthy mindset, Christian or not, expects a father and a mother to take care of their children.
Race, then, is simply one’s extended family. Children are expected to take care and love their siblings, and since our racial kin are closer in our extended family, than people outside of our race, we are to prioritize them first. Yes, we do belong to one large family because of humanity’s common heritage from Adam, but the Adamic race’s unity neither exists in the modern day, nor did it in the time of Christ, and various tribes have split off in wildly different directions since the Deluge, Flood, and felling of the Tower of Babel.
Race is the biological foundation for the Nation, the Nation being the extended family existing both here and in the hereafter, whether dead or waiting to be born. The Nation is composed of three elements: the land (Vaterland, Boden, soil), the people (Volk, Blut, blood), and the conception of the Divine (God, the afterlife, the preternatural/supernatural). The conception of the Divine for the West is Christianity, i.e Catholicism, and as such, our orientation in everything takes into account the end being the Final Judgement. Corneliu Zelea Codreanu said as much in For My Legionaries, and we are obliged to agree.
“The final aim is not life but resurrection. The resurrection of peoples in the name of the Savior Jesus Christ. Creation, culture, are but a means, not a purpose as it has been believed, of obtaining this resurrection. It is the fruit of the talent God planted in our people for which we have to account. There will come a time when all the peoples of the earth shall be resurrected, with all their dead and all their kings and emperors, each people having its place before God’s throne. This final moment, “the resurrection from the dead,” is the noblest and most sublime one toward which a people can rise.”
Morals and Methods
Since this is our final aim, Resurrection, it would logically progress from this that Salvation is our absolute end goal. Union with God is our highest aim, and because of this, we have to ensure that our methods correspond with our goal. We deny the principle that the ends justify the means, because not all means perforce would lead to our ends. That very principle comes from the intellectual escape from nihilism typified by Oswald Spengler in Prussianism and Socialism.
“Life is of first and last importance, and life has no system, no program, and no reason. It exists for and by itself, and the profound orderliness with which it manifests itself can only be felt or envisioned—and then perhaps described, but not analyzed in terms of good and evil, right and wrong, desirable and undesirable.”
This belief can only be agreed upon if we do not postulate God. Nihilism is born from the acephalous result of Atheism. We, on the contrary, affirm that the supernatural and immaterial are realities more real than the natural and material, in fact, they are the primary cause of the material, which is the effect. Further, as Christians, we also affirm that God is all Good, all Loving, and all Beautiful. He typifies everything we wish to uphold, and everything we fight for. Our enemy, our real enemy, is Satan and his billions and billions of conspirators. Satan is the great Adversary, typified by the modern day Jew’s wish for “nothingness without end”. In fact, Atheism and Nihilism are some of his best tools, because the greatest trick the Devil could ever pull is to convince the world he does not exist.
Since we are in the service of God, and not Satan, we cannot use Beelzebub to drive out the Devil. Evil begets evil; the only way to overcome evil is with good. Does this mean we advocate pacifism, acting like doormats, passive “resistance”? No, in fact, such things are heretical interpretations of Christ’s commands in the Gospel. “Turning the other cheek” does not mean allowing ourselves to be walked all over, it means to be patient in the face of temptation. People in Judea at that time had a chivalrous code where if one was struck on the cheek, they were to turn and present the other, and if they were struck again, they were to defend themselves with lethal force. People try and tempt us every day in our ordinary lives. We have to see men and women of our blood mixing with racial aliens, we have to see homosexuals parading up and down the streets, we have to see immoral and indecent filth masquerading as “artistic expression”, we have to see children dressed up like prostitutes and freaks. All these things are forced into our purview all the time, and our enemy is betting on us lashing out in a blight of righteous anger and wrath upon these manifestations of evil. Yet, if we do so, if we act upon our right senses and moral outrage in such a manner, we exchange our life for one not as deserving, and end up out of the fight prematurely because we could not tame our passions.
So, what does this mean for our methods? Well, it means that we cannot sin in our pursuit of Justice. “It’s better to die than to sin” is the motto of every serious minded Christian, and that doesn’t change simply because we are fighting evil. We cannot allow ourselves to utilize immoral methods in our fight for morality. Victors may write history, but we cannot trick or lie to God. He knows all, and when He judges us, all of our works and actions shall be accounted for. “Save yourself, and save a million others”, as they say. A simple elaboration of what this means specifically, is that we must avoid mortal sin at all costs. Keep in mind, as we asserted earlier, the immaterial is what fuels and causes the material. As has been the case for as long as anyone can remember, men petitioned the powers that be and stayed in their favor to ensure victory in battle. We must act no different. We cannot sign a deal with the Devil to beat him. Do not get distracted by the hordes of human pawns in front of you. We are out to beat the King of Tyre, and we must look past the Princes of Tyre to see him and do battle with him. We aren’t denying that the only way to kill the -ism to to kill the -ists, but we are denying that killing the -ists is all it takes.
Your first step must be to wage spiritual warfare upon your passions, upon the world, and upon Satan himself. Get your own life squared away first, fix your problems, do away with your vices, embody the virtues and ideals you wish to see in society at large. You need to be the Organic State walking and talking, the Truth in the flesh. “Be perfect as your Father in Heaven is perfect”, emulate Christ as much as you possibly can in our life, private and public. Pull the plank out of your eye first, otherwise you will not have the assistance of these spiritual powers, and if you are not God-controlled, you’re nothing. This is what is known as the “Greater Holy War” compared to the “Lesser Holy War”, i.e., spiritual war compared to material war. Your very character needs to be the reason people around you change their views to match your own. Be a leader in everything you do, and take charge when others won’t. Above all, of course, avoid all sin. Prioritize mortal over venial, but remember that “all sin is iniquity.” If you can, join a monastery or go to seminary, and deepen your understanding of theology and philosophy so you can be a more able spiritual guide for your neighbor. Always keep in mind that martyrdom is preferable to cowardice, and that the first people thrown into Hell are the cowards. We seek to please God, not men, and we seek to do the will of our Father in Heaven, which is the salvation of all his sheep.
Wheat from the Chaff
This is the point of separation. This is where our “fellow travellers” get off the ride. Their stop is the pit of fire, our destination is the Heavenly Kingdom. We are here declaring, now and forever, that non-Christians are not our comrades. We are greatly supported in this declaration by both Scripture and the teachings of the Church. Our Lord Himself said as much:
“ He that is not with me, is against me: and he that gathereth not with me, scattereth.” – [Matthew 12:30]
Fascism, sadly, has been turned into a pseudo-religion to replace Christianity. People claim some sort of orthodoxy in Fascism, but almost every one of the Champions of Fascism disagree on a lot of things, sometimes on fundamental issues. The only “worldview of Truth” is orthodox Christianity. Only Christianity possess the Logos, all other religions, creeds, philosophies and worldviews have, at best, the logoi spermatikoi, or seeds of Truth, and are simply partialities fulfilled in an understanding of Christianity. All that refuse to be ruled over by Christ shall be slaughtered before him, i.e., they shall die the second death and burn in hellfire for all eternity. Put on the full armor of God, brothers, and have no relations with the workers of darkness, but rather, reprove them.
Hail Christ the King, and Hail Victory!