As I write this the sky is a flat grey. The last storm has cleared but the midday sun shines weaker and hangs lower every day. The nights are longer and colder. The new life of spring is still months away. Those who have worked hard and prepared themselves will survive to see it. The idle will be carried to their graves. There are few better analogies for the state of the Occident than winter.
Winter is a fitting moment to ponder our own mortality, but meditating on death is something we should do routinely, and incorporate into the rituals of the small and independent Reactionary brotherhoods we are forming. Continue reading Meditating on Death
The modern Christian, with his universalist attitude is surprised to find himself under constant attack by the de-civilisational and degenerate. He cries and cries, but refuses to do anything, inviting only further attacks. Like the cuckservative, he abandons principles and finds himself with barely any religion left at all. He opened the doors of his church to everyone, and wonders why the pews are empty. Who wants to join a club that anybody can wander into? What man would want to join a tattered church that is bullied by effeminate homosexuals and doesn’t fight back?
Modern, oriental Christianity has mutated into a culture of weakness and victimhood. It teaches rights, but not responsibilities. It teaches an abdication of duty. Above all it has taught the European man to surrender, and in disgust at this the European man has deserted the church. Continue reading Sleeping Kings and the War Christ
This post will be of particular interest to our readers in Spain, of which I know we have many, but should also interest adventurous readers in Europe and those Europeans around the world who may be eyeing a return to their ancient homeland in time for the coming battle. A unique opportunity has arisen for those willing to seize it.
There is an abandoned hamlet called A Barca in the northwestern Spanish province of Galicia. It’s one of many in this part of Spain. Rural Galicia is beautiful, close to the Atlantic Ocean and the border with Portugal. It’s hilly and densely forested and marked by rivers and cliffs and canyons. Real rebel country. It’s also of cultural significance to us as it was once part of the medieval Christian kingdom of Asturias, where Pelagius won the battle of Covadonga and began the Reconquista which drove the Caliphate from Iberia. Continue reading Spanish Mission
I’ve lived and worked in Afghanistan for eights years. I’ve watched the results of ethnic chaos and diversity and the way parallel power structures emerge in the wake of a weakening nation-state. There is much happening in Afghanistan that could show a possible future of Europe if it continues on its current trajectory. Living and surviving here has given me more than a few ideas about how to survive what is coming to Europe. Continue reading Decline of Europe: Afghanistan Model
A guest post on modern masculinity by Victor Vogt of The Deringer Files
The Types of Modern Man
In his modern skinny suit, a cheap imitation of one from the sixties and designed for a little boy, and his hipster beard to make him look rugged, though he wouldn’t last an hour in the wild without his smart phone to keep him entertained and moving in the right direction, he sits in his neighborhood Starbucks texting and swiping away while his overpriced late is getting cold. Continue reading Thoughts and Observations on the Modern Man
This series on defining masculinity looks at heroic masculine archetypes from history so that we can become the heroes worthy of our ancestors. Part One covered bravery. Here we will discuss heroic strength.
Sun Tzu’s Art of War states that the victorious warrior seeks to win first, then goes to war. Defeated men go to war first, and then seek to claw victory from the Continue reading Defining Masculinity Part Two: Heroic Strength
I am back at work after a couple of weeks off in Europe. Time was short and I did not get to meet everybody that I wanted. Those of you I did meet reaffirmed my faith in the European people and their desire to take an active part in their own salvation. I feel a rising energy in the whispered conversations between men who have just had enough. It’s good for morale to get away from the internet outrage and find that there are men who think just like us. We’re not just going to voice our dissent, we are going to do something about it. Continue reading The Quest for the Soul of Europe
Fiction by Victor Vogt.
Dash Deringer had fallen into weakness once again. He had not worked in four months and he just could not find a job. Not waiting tables. Not washing dishes. Not as a clerk in a store. He had to sell everything and the money was almost out, but he was able to spend a few bucks on cheap rum and sit in his car – which was now his home. Sit in the dark and think of a new place to park for the night and try to get a little sleep. Continue reading Fiction: Once Upon A Time In Chicago
There was a time where kings and heroes would fight, and lead their people into battle. A king’s rule was granted by divine right and the king was charged with protecting his nation, the people and the soil, whenever it was threatened. The king was as much a servant as he was a ruler. The battlefield was where nobility and the right to rule was forged and proven, or snatched away. Continue reading The Land of Heroes
There are times when a man can be alone, and happy with his own company. Study, contemplation, writing and creative pursuits are all things that are often better done alone. However, when roaming the ruins that are the modern wasteland it is often better that the militant traditionalist has a brother in arms at his side. Wing man, battle buddy, oppo, call it what you like but we can all benefit from having a brother watching our backs. Continue reading A Brotherhood for the Modern Age