Revaluation of values

“The Cathedrals were built to the glory of God;
New York was built to the glory of Mammon.”

—Kenneth Clark

In this site I’ve insisted a lot about the need of a Nietzschean ‘transvaluation of all values’. But only by quoting and rephrasing Francis Parker Yockey I’ll convey the idea of what it means:

Materialist values must be transvalued to primacy of the Spirit

Will-to-riches values must be transvalued to Will-to-power

Wealth as social distinction values must be transvalued to Rank as social distinction

Society as a collection of individuals worldview must be transvalued to Society as organism

‘Pursuit of happiness’ values must be transvalued to Fulfilment of duty

Race-suicide, birth control values must be transvalued to Absolute will to biological fertility

Equality values must be transvalued to Hierarchy

Plutocratic values must be transvalued to Aristocracy

Feminist values must be transvalued to Sexual polarity

Freedom and libertarian values must be transvalued to Order

Cult of bourgeois virtues must be transvalued to Cultivation of soldierly virtues

Eroticism as vice, the cult of immorality must be transvalued to Eroticism as legitimate source of joy and fertility

Pacifism, preparation of the coloured populations for ‘self-government’ must be transvalued to Affirmation of war and conquest of the lands of the coloured

Man as a machine worldview must be transvalued to Western man in the service of a great mission

‘L’art pour l’art’ values must be transvalued to Art practiced in conformity with the cultural task

Financial-military-economic expansion must be transvalued to Politico-military expansion.

4 Comments

  1. 1933 will commence again.

  2. These are absolutely stellar! Especially the one about the pursuit of faggotness. I couldn’t make up the opposite to it myself, and duty is exactly it! Sacrifice! No matter if the dude worked his whole life in a factory in terrible conditions in the late 19th century, or shot some niggers in the early 21st, they both sacrificed themselves for their race!

    I would also add something about music, e.g., “Listen not to what sounds pleasantly, but to what sounds classic” (even though the pair “classic pleasantly” confuses Google search a bit).

    • Absolutely. A couple of days ago I was listening the Norwegian violin in Peter Jackson’s Two Towers adaptation of LOTR at the moment when the splendid Edoras is first seen. It has some elegiac tone that one listens no more in the degenerate music of today.

  3. Apposite to the point of brilliance. Should be placed right along side the 14 words and 88 precepts of David Lane!


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