Words of Wisdom #61

“The right to be bitter, sorrowful, we have it; there is only one right that we don’t have: the one to lose our courage and to lay down our weapons”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu



Words of Wisdom #58 & #59

“It is difficult to fight against desire: what it wants, in fact, it buys it by paying with the soul”.


“Discipline is a limit and a condition of our liberty, in order to conform both to a precise ethics of life and the will of a leader”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu

Live always your life as if a certain person that you have in high esteem is watching you: in this way you’ll become virtuous and you’ll be able to tame the beast of degeneration!


Words of Wisdom #40 & #41

“When two go together, if it is not one, it is the other that finds the best solution; but one alone, as much as he reflects, has the thought more slow, the mind more weak”.

-Diomedes to Nestor in the Iliad

“The Country goes to ruin for lack of men, not for lack of programs. This is our conviction. Therefore we must not develop new programs, but raise men, new men”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu

United we stand, divided we fall: we should remember it when we meet good Europeans that doesn’t have a worldview completely identical to ours. We are all, some more and some less, affected by this modern degeneration with which they “educate” us. What we can do – when it can be worth it – is try to correct each other, and become better!

Words of Wisdom #37

“Why then all the Ancestries have fought, fight and will ever fight for the defense of the Land? The Land is the base of the life of the Ancestry. As a tree, the Ancestry stands with the roots impressed in the Land, from which draws life and force. As there is no tree that lives suspended in the air, so doesn’t exist an Ancestry that can live without its own Land. Without possessing its own Land an Ancestry can’t live – unless it settles on the Land of another Ancestry or in its very body, sucking all its energy”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu


Words of Wisdom #34, #35 & #36

“With the boldness of our gesture we separated ourselves from the dominant mentality of the century; we killed in ourselves a world to build another, high until the heavens. The total domination of matter was overthrown to be replaced by the predominance of the spirit, of moral values”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu

“Our contemporaries put at risk their own existence, and refuse life to sacrifice themselves for the exterior things. Is it not regrettable?”.


“Discreet answered: <<Only the inner peace brings happiness. Every superfluous harms. So is for everyone, and nothing harms as wealth>>”.


Matter exists (maybe everything is matter) and is indispensable, nobody should put in doubt its presence, value and function. That said, if we Europeans will not embrace again our religion, our spirituality and our traditions as these are really intended to be for us and with all that this entails, only the animal instincts will remain to us, and we may find that in this respect we are much less gifted than other human species

Words of Wisdom #23

“They will seek to break the bonds with the Sky and the Earth, fomenting strife and fratricidal struggles, introducing immorality and debauchery, minimizing all the sources of life of an Ancestry, poisoning it physically, getting it used to drunkenness: all these elements annihilate an Ancestry more than if it had been hit by thousand of cannons and planes”.

-Corneliu Z. Codreanu


Codreanu: about Democracy (Part 3 of 3)

“There are 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, the 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 only care 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 disposal 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, which even them 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 goes subordinated to the superior entity, the national community, and this last 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 here 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 that 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)