Violence And Vanguardism Part I
I have been aware of what is going on in Europe since my first trip there, to Norway, 13 years ago. In that time I have been consistently horrified by the increasingly dire events and developments, and terrified at what will obviously arise as a result of Europe’s suicidal mass-immigration policies. Despite the easily deduced nature of what is to come however, the overall situation is quite complicated, and it is only in the last couple years that I gained what I feel is a relatively full understanding of it. Most readers of this site will have the same understanding.
In that time there have been numerous bombings and other terrorist attacks perpetrated by our enemies. When those occur I and others in our movement are able to explain the reasons- the strategic bases for their undertaking of the attacks- to a degree beyond what most in society can. As Counter-Insurgency expert Sebastian Gorka states, phrases like “lone wolf” and “violent extremism” are used to keep citizens stupid and ignorant about the realities of terrorism and the true nature of the threat we face. Therefore while most people are merely horrified and confused by terrorist attacks, we know that they are meant to delegitimize the government of the nation they occur in. We know they are supposed to create polarization and pillarization. We know that they are to some extent what should be an expected and conditioned response to the fact that whenever they occur, our governments give the Muslims more of what they want (withdrawing troops from Muslim lands, additional welfare payouts, more immigration, obeisance, white guilt, etc). We know that when governments don’t do this, and do the opposite (bombing Muslim lands), this turns opinion in the Muslim world against us, and is thus another 4GW victory anyway. We know that the attacks are meant to create anarchy and societal destabilization, so that Muslims in those countries can grab more power.
But there is another reason I think they occur, one that I never understood until I started writing about the situation in Europe on a daily basis, and started living and breathing the crisis to this extent. To explain it I need to shift gears away from the mindset of the Muslims, and focus on our own (and my own) mindset first. For in focusing on our people’s situation in Europe so closely and in fully educating oneself on the scale of what is happening, one ushers in emotions to shake even the hardiest of observers. One hears the screams of these little girls, 70 pounds dripping wet, prepubescent, being gang-raped by packs of adult Muslims. One has images stuck in their head, of elderly ladies with bruised eyes swollen shut, from getting beaten up my Arab thugs. One knows the demographic numbers, and what they foretell. That within 1-5 years, Germany will have more combat age Muslim men than native German ones. That 48% of people in Britain age 0-24 state “Islam” as their religion. That even if Sweden and Rotherham are ten times worse than the rest of Western Europe, it would mean a European woman or child gets raped every 4.8 seconds.
The horror is not just about our opponents though, neither the Islamists or the traitors who allow them these opportunities for evil. Certainly we feel hate for both of them. Certainly we wish to exact untold vengeance upon them. But the worse hatred is reserved for the mind-numbing power of apathy. For the fact that everyday life in Europe goes on without a constant focus on its coming death. It is this slow and seemingly unstoppable suicidal march that gives one the greatest sadness, and spawns the greatest springs of desperation. And if I can extrapolate, I believe that despite the vastly differing circumstances, it is this emotion that drives the Islamist’s terrorist attacks more than any.
For when they carry out these attacks, for those first few hours, or first few days, a sense of urgency is created that otherwise does not exist. People are awakened. They are confronted with mortality. Confronted with a desire for survival. Confronted with the fact that without struggle all life- both of individuals and collective cultures- dies.
Am I saying that without terrorism, Muslims in Europe would become totally relaxed, and eventually give in to Western decadence? No. There would eventually be war in Europe with or without terrorism. And even if Muslims threw away their religion, rode the tiger, and became prostitutes and homosexuals and video game addicts, eventually they and the Europeans would just die out. Modernity is un-sustainable.
What I am saying is that terrorism arises out of the desire of the attackers to instill the same urgency in their compatriots that burns within themselves.
For I don’t feel that terrorists are a warped minority of the Muslim religion. They are not. Saying only 1% of Muslims are terrorists is like saying only 1% of Americans are millionaires. It does not mean that only 1% care about building great wealth, but that only 1% have the desire/tools/drive/knowledge to get there. Terrorism IS part and parcel of Islam. And the terrorists are just those Muslims who feel this sense of societal and tribal urgency the fiercest, and who most possess the tools and skills to act upon those feelings. They are the ones most angered by Muslim failures. The ones most energized by Muslim victories. The ones most filled with hatred for perceived slights against them. The ones most energized by their god. They are the ones that pull their civilization forward and propel it to victory. It is what is wrong and what is barbaric within Islam that leads to their actions being evil, but I believe that the drive that leads to those actions is universal across all societies, and is the same drive that exists within us.
The terrorists are merely the ‘vanguard’ of Muslims in Europe, just as we are the ‘vanguard’ within our own societies. We are those for whom our a desire for our people’s future burns the brightest, we are the ones most tortured by the screams of those children, the ones most obsessed with finding a path to victory and survival, the ones most bent on revenge.
What is left to us at this point is to figure out the codes we will act by as part of this vanguard. While the Islamists have the Koran to guide them, and various Hadiths and other religious writings, we are at a loss. We know we do not wish to slaughter innocent children and women like our opponents do. We know we do not believe in raping our opponent’s children, not burning people for worshipping a different god. Yet we understand that violence is necessary if Europe and her people’s are to survive.
Thus the immediate needs that press upon us are 1) action, but also 2) guidelines and codes of honor through which to take that action.
We may not yet know exactly how we will turn things around, defend our nations, and expel our enemies. But we are getting closer.
Watch for Part II of ‘Violence And Vanguardism’ coming soon.