Codreanu: about Democracy (Part 3 of 3)

“Exists in fact three distinct entities: 1) the individual; 2) the actual national community, that is the totality of the members of the same Ancestry, living in the same State, in a precise historical moment; 3) the nation, that historical entity that lives through the centuries, with the roots fixed in the mists of time and an indefinite future ahead of itself. The second severe error of democracy is that, being based on the concept of the “rights of man”, it recognizes thus and cares only for one of these three entities, the individual. It neglects or mocks the second, while denies the third entity. Instead all three have their rights and duties: the right to live and the duty to not put in danger the right to life of the other two”.

“In turn the national community has a constant tendency to sacrifice the future – the permanent rights of the nation – to its own present interests. Therefore we witness to the unrestrained exploitation, even the divestiture to the foreigner, of the woods, of the mines, of the oil, forgetting that after us will come hundred of Romanian generations: our sons and the sons of our sons, who also have the right to live, to perpetuate the life of the Ancestry”.

“Harmony can be reestablished only with the restoration of the natural order. The individual must be subordinated to the superior entity, the national community, and this subordinated to the nation. The “rights of man” are no more unlimited, but limited by the rights of the national community, and the rights of the national community limited by the rights of the nation”.

“It would seem finally that in a democratic State the individual, enjoying formally of so many rights, should at least live wonderfully. In reality, however, – and in this lies the final tragedy of democracy – the individual doesn’t actually enjoy any right, so much that we are induced to ask ourselves where are in our Nation the freedom of meeting, the freedom of press, the freedom of consciousness. The individual lives under the terror, the state of siege and censorship”.

“The Ancestry then includes: 1) All the Romanians that are currently living. 2) All the souls of the dead and the graves of the ancestors. 3) All those who will be born Romanians. An Ancestry reaches the true consciousness of itself when acknowledges this totality and not only when acknowledges its present interests. The Ancestry disposes of: 1) A physical, biological heritage: the flesh and blood. 2) A material heritage: the earth and the wealth of the Nation. 3) A spiritual heritage, that includes: its idea of God, of the world and of life. An Ancestry lives eternally for its idea of God, of the world and of life, for its honour and its culture”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu


Part 1: Codreanu: about Democracy (Part 1 of 3)
Part 2: Codreanu: about Democracy (Part 2 of 3)


Words of Wisdom #16

Civilized men are more discourteous than savages beause they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing“.

-Robert E. Howard

It’s the truth: you can be rude, violent and disrespectful without consequences if in front of you there is a domesticated dog, but you wouldn’t behave in that way if in front of you there was a free and savage wolf…


He who makes the Sky tremble

Let’s examine a bit Typhon and the Hekatonkheires, characters of the Greek mythology.

The Hekatonkheires may represent the lightning; they are Briareos (“strong”), Kottos (“he who strikes”) and Gyges (“that has many limbs”): lightnings are strong, they strike (the ground and trees) and have many limbs/branches/discharges. The Hekatonkheires are described as having hundred arms and fifty heads that spit fire. I think that the numerous arms and heads can be a reference to the countless branches/discharges of which is composed a lightning. They spit fire because indeed a lightning “spits” fire the moment when it strikes a tree.


Typhon, according to Hesiod, fathered the stormy winds and ancient sources associate his name to the Greek term “tuphon/tuphos”, that translates as “whirlwind”. So Typhon symbolizes the whirlwind (and the strong storms) and this would give sense to the fact that “with his hands he was able to catch the stars and with his legs was able to cross the Aegean Sea with four steps”.

However the description of Typhon also suggests a similarity with the lightning: “he had immeasurable limbs…with his hands he was able to catch the stars…in his shoulders he had hundred snakes that instead of hiss sometimes barked as dogs, sometimes roared as lions…each of the legs was formed by two twisted dragons…from his eyes protruded tongues of fire”. It seems plausible that the “snakes” may be the discharges of the lightning while the barks and roars can refer to the thunder, the sound of lightning. It would make sense, because storms (or better, thunderstorms…) often bring with them lightnings and thunders.

In the context of lightning, Typhon can be compared to Loki (which name means “lightning”): they both have a monstrous and particular offspring. Typhon has generated the Chimera, the Hydra, the Sphynx, Cerberus and others while Loki has generated Fenrir, Hel, Sleipnir and the Miðgarðsormr. Loki is often followed by Thor and Typhon is defeated by Zeus.

In any case the battle between Typhon and Zeus (the Sky God) can at least be seen as a symbolic contrapposition between the Whirlwind (or strong storm) and the Sky, after which, thanks to the victory of Zeus, peace and serenity return in the firmament!


Words of Wisdom #14

Equality means to treat in the same way unequal things“.

-Ancient maxim

There is much wisdom here…

Learn to understand that all those who talk about “equality”, “multiculturalism”, “tolerance” and similar amenities are the real enemies of Europe and of the Europeans, they are or totally indoctrinated or actively implementing their plan to destroy us biologically. That’s what they are, consciously or unconsciously, helping to attain!

See this:

And this:

I can add that the hybridization between Europeans and Africans/Asians/Middle Easterners produces hybrids with so many health issues on a physical (included fertility problems) and mental plane, that we know for sure thanks to scientifical parameters that we are actually different species…

The Judeo-Christian weapons to exterminate us:


Words of Wisdom #13

What we see and try to understand as natural is the divine…the most faithful image of reality is at the same time the most lively proof in favour of the existence of the gods“.

-W.F. Otto

We should always observe and imitate Nature, we should always be curious about what happens in the Sky and in the Earth, and in this way we’ll be closer to the divine!


Words of Wisdom #12

Who bends to destiny suffers, but fate protects him“.

-Giorgio De Santillana

Always embrace your destiny, literally everything that happens in your life is decided by it. You are your destiny and your destiny is what you are, it is your shadow, you can’t run away from it, but only, if you are wise, accept it. It takes shape from your honour, from what you have accomplished in your previous lives. So, in a way, you yourself have decided your actual destiny and it fits you perfectly. It is nor good nor bad and no one merits a better or worse destiny instead of the one he is living or has lived. However, life will always make us think and believe that we are in possess of our destiny, that we can shape and change it to our liking…our mind is trapped in a sort of illusion, that probably protects us from a sort of metaphysical despair, a despair that maybe we can perceive when we realize even for a moment the true nature of Destiny, the most powerful of all deities!


Codreanu: about Democracy (Part 2 of 3)

“The new Romanian ruling class – rather, any ruling class of the world – must rest on the principle of the social selection. That is, they must raise and select in a natural way from the body of the Ancestry, i.e. from the great healthy masses of the peasantry and of the workers, indissolubly tied to the Land and the Nation, a class of men talented with special attitudes to command, that will later be adequately cultivated and developed. These people will become the national élite, will form the ruling class of the Ancestry. And only these men are called to guide an Ancestry!”.

“By applying the criterion of the social selection, that operates a continuous replacement of forces coming from the depths of the nation, a ruling class always remains vigorous and efficient. Committed a serious historical error that ruling class which, after forming itself in relation to the criterion of the social selection, immediately after abandoned the criterion that had determined its arising, replacing it with the criterion of the inheritability of the functions of command and legitimising the unjust and condemned system of the birth privileges. The abandonment of the criterion of the social selection has permitted the formation of a false and degenerated élite, and such phenomenon has determined the corruption represented by democracy”.

“The criterion of the selection eliminates both the criterion of the election and the criterion of the inheritability. Selection, election and inheritability can’t coexist; between them intervenes a conflict, because or exists a precise criterion of social selection, and then the opinion and the vote of the mass doesn’t have any meaning, or it is the mass that elects its representatives, and then the social selection doesn’t function anymore. The same in the other case: if we make operative the natural criterion of the social selection doesn’t enter in question that of the inheritability. These two criteria can get along only when the heir is compliant with the laws of the social selection”.

“But if a nation doesn’t possess a true and proper ruling class, able to install in its functions the new emergent ruling class? In this case, the new ruling class arises from the fight against the degenerated and corrupted leaders – always by virtue of the criterion of selection”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu

Note: I can add that the European peoples have applied a criterion of non-hereditary annual selection of their Kings and Queens, from Prehistory (Neolithic) until the spread of the Christian plague in our lands.


Part 1: Codreanu: about Democracy (Part 1 of 3)

Words of Wisdom #11

I sit beside the fire and think
of all that I have seen
of meadow-flowers and butterflies
in summers that have been;
Of yellow leaves and gossamer
in autumns that there were,
with morning mist and silver sun
and wind upon my hair.
I sit beside the fire and think
of how the world will be
when winter comes without a spring
that I shall ever see.
For still there are so many things
that I have never seen:
in every wood in every spring
there is a different green.
I sit beside the fire and think
of people long ago
and people who will see a world
that I shall never know.
But all the while I sit and think
of times there were before,
I listen for returning feet
and voices at the door”.

-J.R.R. Tolkien