Photonegative

A commenter said something today that portrays what’s happening in the American racialist scene like a photographic negative:

My question is why do you stay in Der movement? Why not acknowledge that it’s wrong on so many levels? Why not just become a genuine Christian and leave racism behind? The movement has failed and will always fail because it’s wrong. It’s not genuinely Christian, and its focus is on the flesh, not the spirit. Wake up.

The reality, as a regular reader of this site for priests of the 14 words knows, is to reveal the photographic negative into a positive:

My question is why do you stay in white nationalism? Why not acknowledge that it’s wrong on so many levels? Why not just become a genuine anti-Christian and leave anti-racism (i.e., Christian ethics) behind? The movement has failed and will always fail because it’s wrong. It’s not genuinely anti-Christian, and its focus is on the flesh, not the spirit. Wake up.

Remember that on this site we distinguish between pseudo-spirituality and genuine spirituality.

Incidentally, yesterday I was surprised that Occidental Dissent, the site where the commenter posted the above-quoted monstrosity, receives slightly more visits than Kevin MacDonald’s webzine, as can be seen in this AmRen article from yesterday, which includes a list of most visited racialist sites:

The Unz Review
American Renaissance
The Daily Stormer
Counter-Currents
VDARE
Occidental Dissent
The Occidental Observer

I would like to say something about the site that is ranked Number One. If you look closely, my literary style is diametrically opposite to that of the Jew Ron Unz. My posts are laconic. Unz publishes such a huge number of articles, with such a throng of gentile commenters, that it’s impossible to follow them closely.

He who admires laconic Sparta dislikes the verbal diarrhoea of the Jew. It’s best to say it all in very few words like our links in the sticky post.

Published in: on April 12, 2021 at 11:24 am  Comments (8)  

8 Comments

  1. The english language itself facilitates verbal diarrhea, it’s a fake feminine mongrelized language.
    If one wishes to be serious the languages must be Latin, German, maybe Russian.

    • Germans also used their language horribly—Kant, Hegel, Heidegger, to mention just the best known…

      • They say that Lithuanian is the closest language to that of the Indo-Europeans of 4k years ago.
        But I love the strength, gravity, and purity of Latin and German.

      • Yeah, it’s almost as if the CI folks are right!

        Lenition in the Celtic script is effected by a dot… just like the Hebrew dagesh.

        The druids seemed to have worshipped the Semitic god: ‘Ba’al.’ We have ‘Ba’al teine’ ‘the fires of Ba’al’ or: ‘Bealtaine’ or ‘May.’ ‘Bliain’ or: ‘Ba’al annus’ ‘360 degree ring of the sun god, Ba’al’ or ‘Year.’ ‘Ba’al Aodh’ or ‘Fire of Ba’al.’

        I have an old Irish dictionary from the 1850s that notes similarities between Gaelic and Hebrew.

        ‘Dia Duit’ or ‘God be with you’ or: ‘hello’ was originally: ‘Ba’al Dia duit.’ ‘May Ba’al be with you.’

      • @gaedhal

        Fascinating isn’t it. You seem to know a lot.

    • “The english language itself facilitates verbal diarrhea, it’s a fake feminine mongrelized language.”

      Excluding Icelandic and Faroese, I cannot think of any modern European language that can be truly “pure”. German has quite a few Latin words as well as words that are “German” yet are just calques: words translated base-by-base into German like Überleben, which is a calque of supervivo.

      As for calling a language “feminine”, that comes across as silly. As if to be feminine is wrong for females who of course speak the language of their men.

      All in all, those who use the English language have been a mixed bag. Some of the best sources on the nature of race have been the work of Anglos like Madison Grant and Lothrop Stoddard.

      • Irish Gaelic prior to the spelling reforms of the 1950s, and the importation of foreign roots from English with the de Bhaldraithe dictionary; with its Gaelic Script, is an extremely pure and Ancient Language… some say as old as Ancient Greek which is more than 3,000 years old.

        Indeed, the word ‘rún’ or ‘rune’ is a gaelic word that means: ‘secret.’

      • It’s interesting to note however that there’s a compelling hypothesis that the insular Celtic languages have an Afro-Asiatic substrate:

        Here’s an old documentary investigating the possible Irish-MidEastern link:


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