The Iron Throne

‘The Iron Throne’ is the series finale of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones. Written and directed by D&D, it aired on HBO on May 19, 2019. The wisest words of all the Game of Thrones seasons were uttered by Tyrion in this finale: words that fans have yet to understand:

What unites people? Armies? Gold? Flags?

Stories.

There’s nothing in the world more powerful than a good story. Nothing can stop it. No enemy can defeat it.

Although D&D were advised by the author about the finale, George R.R. Martin wasn’t the first to notice this. Ivan Illich (1926-2002), a critic of the school system, had said: ‘Neither revolution nor reformation can ultimately change a society, rather you must tell a new powerful tale, one so persuasive that it sweeps away the old myths and becomes the preferred story, one so inclusive that it gathers all the bits of our past and our present into a coherent whole, one that even shines some light into the future so that we can take the next step… If you want to change a society, then you have to tell an alternative story’.

Alas, the current story that whites are telling themselves is astronomically toxic for their mental health. In fact, the System has lied to us over the decades about what happened in the Second World War. The great lie of our times can be summed up in these words by Irmin Vinson about WW2:

In almost any war one side can be dishonestly demonised even by a truthful enumeration of its crimes, if the crimes of its adversaries are suppressed.

Thomas Goodrich’s Hellstorm opened my eyes by collecting testimonies from the 1940s about the genocide committed on the German people during and after the war. This is the story we must be telling ourselves: the events dating from 1944 to 1947 in what was left of Germany, and up to 1956 in the Soviet Union’s death and forced labour camps where countless Germans had been deported. Of the story of the genocide of millions of defenceless Germans we don’t see any museum, memorial, film or documentary in the media, newspaper articles or magazines. Nor is it talked about in history departments or even routinely in the major racialist forums. Why?

Because what we call a nation’s history is actually a struggle over who controls the social narrative, the official ‘story’. Such control unleashes great intellectual passions: it is practically an act of war.

In this light we might dare to say that, although there has been no more fighting since 1945, the war against the Aryan continues insofar as the story of the fallen continues to be suppressed today, and suppressed overwhelmingly. In the case of Germany there is no such thing as ‘the vision of the vanquished’.

We live in a totalitarian West where the most relevant stories about the Second World War have not reached the masses, not even at the cafes where we hang out with our friends to speak out privately. Those who win the war write history, and it shouldn’t surprise us that only and exclusively the crimes attributed to the losing side have been aired from the rooftops 24/7. On the other hand, the masses know nothing about the crimes committed by the winners. Only those who know the harshest literature of the last decades intuit what really happened.

The Gulag Archipelago was published when I was a teenager. One reviewer wrote: ‘To live now and not to know this work is to be a kind of historical fool’. We could say the same of those who ignore books like Hellstorm, published in 2010 and other books like it. Currently the story of the Jewish holocaust is taught on a religious level in the West. But the planned murder of millions of defenceless German men, women, and children has been kept from us despite that

What the Allies did in peacetime (after May 1945 to 1947) was incomparably more monstrous than the crimes attributed to the Germans in wartime—precisely because it was done in peacetime.

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Before the apocryphal story about WW2, the Bible was the story that whites had been telling themselves. But if the story that the Old Testament preaches to the Jews is ethnocentrism as their evolutionary survival strategy, and the story that the New Testament preaches to the gentiles is guilt and universalist love, it shouldn’t surprise us if both stories culminate today as a self-fulfilling prophecy: the apocalypse for whites.

But there’s a last-minute solution. Start telling yourselves a new story that replaces the old one through William Pierce’s history of the West and Evropa Soberana’s essay on Judea vs. Rome.

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5 Comments

  1. Only when you ask a thousand random whites “Who’s the greatest White man that ever lived?” and they all answer “Adolf Hitler”, will you know the White race has been saved.

    Not “Julius Caesar”. Not “Alexander”. Hitler.

    The Story of World War Two is the Greatest Story Never Told.

    I’ve been so invested in Alt History lately because of this burning question: Could Germany have won?

    Sadly, the educated answer is No. But, just like GoT, the tragic story of Nazi Germany could have gotten a much more spectacular finale. One which would live on in the minds of Europeans, “only through the atomic bombs of America was the mighty Third Reich stopped” and “Americans have no qualms about nuking pure whites”.

    Just like the bitch Dany has no qualms about burning all of Westeros.

    Anyway, with the end of GoT, thus ended another Western fad.

    Just like Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Star wars, Star trek, Marvel and DC superhero movies, this show had it’s time in the spotlight. It placated the masses and spread it’s mind poison simultaneously.

    What’s next?

    Ever since Cov-id there’s been a void in the Western Circus. There’s that superhero crap ‘The Boys’, that disgusting zombie series ‘Walking Dead’, and that stupid fantasy video game ‘The Witcher’. A poison for every flavor.

    After ‘Tenet’ tanked last year, Hollywood now hopes to revive cinema this September by rehashing ‘Dune’. They’re calling it “Game of Thrones meets Star Wars”. So two birds with one stone, it seems.

    We’ll see. If it turns out to be a big hit, it’ll be worthy of your criticism, CT.

    • Have you watched everything you mention? Personally, I find all that nauseating.

      I made an exception for The Queen’s Gambit because after my teenage tragedy I took refuge in a park where I played chess, and I ended up having dozens of chess books.

      In the case of Game of Thrones, my (now deceased) sister strongly suggested that I watch it, although I was not (nor am I) subscribed to HBO. She didn’t get to see past Jon Snow’s murder at the end of the fifth season. I was at her house then and I consoled her by telling her that surely the red witch would resurrect him in the following season. She never got to see Jon’s resurrection, and I’ll always remember that series for her.

      But I don’t plan on seeing any more coming from Hollywood or TV, with the exception of the prequel of Game of Thrones they’re now filming based on Martin’s novels. I only hope that my above post clarifies that by ‘stories’ we have never meant inspiring tales, but that the old paradigm, the religion of our parents, must be replaced by the new paradigm, NS.

      Yes, you’re right: “Only when you ask a thousand random whites ‘Who’s the greatest White man that ever lived?’ and they all answer ‘Adolf Hitler’, will you know the White race has been saved. Not ‘Julius Caesar’. Not ‘Alexander’. Hitler”.

      I’ll now tweet those words in my Twitter account…

  2. Stories. Myths. Memetics. Culture war. It’s not a beauty context. Christianity won not because of debate. But because it bludgeons the head of the Roman.

    It’s like with paganist revival. This is not a capitalist enterprise! Inspiration is begotten by the torrents and rivers of blood. And who made the enemies spill blood more than Adolf Hitler?

  3. Have you ever read Deschner’s other works like “God and the Fascists”, Cesar? When dealing with the stories that determine how people view the world around them, Deschner’s work is quite valuable. Yet this book seems rather flawed: it clings to popular neo-Xtian ideas about racism being a facet of “outdated christian thinking”.
    Should this book be banned?

    • Perhaps it could be allowed to stay only in limited form in some libraries.


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