The Bare Necessities – Part 3: Politics

AHitler3) Politics

“The authority of the State can never be an end in itself; for, if that were so, any kind of tyranny would be inviolable and sacred. If a government uses the instruments of power in its hands for the purpose of leading a people to ruin, then rebellion is not only the right but also the duty of every individual citizen.

“Every government, even though it may be the worst possible and even though it may have betrayed the nation’s trust in thousands of ways, will claim that its duty is to uphold the authority of the State. Its adversaries, who are fighting for national self-preservation, must use the same weapons which the government uses if they are to prevail against such a rule and secure their own freedom and independence. Therefore the conflict will be fought out with ‘legal’ means as long as the power which is to be overthrown uses them; but the insurgents will not hesitate to apply illegal means if the oppressor himself employs them.” ~ Adolf Hitler

Democratic parliamentary politics is not an arena where nationalism thrives – in fact, it is the couldron where our ideology is made diffuse and tarnished beyond recognition. There are only two distinct scenarios whereby a racialist should consider entering into politics:

1) His aim is to educate like-minded individuals and, in an exclusive manner, exert influence on the consciousness of those who attend his meetings and rallies;

2) To engage his people at a local-level with a view to becoming a community/regional figure of trust and authority. This, however, precludes an immediate open expression of his inner thoughts and designs.

All other political postering, including the illusion of an advancement to power through electioneering, is sheer insanity while we exist beneath a hostile occupation.


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