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Enough time has passed since the conclusion of the

European component of the war between the Axis powers and
the consortium of International Capital and International
Socialism to look back with cool hearts and minds on the
phenomenon known as National Socialism. Herein I will try to
recount the ideological and political themes that made National
Socialism great and begin to reform these ideas, minus some of
their excesses, for a new era wherein the need for a balancing
force against the hegemony of the powers of International Capital
and Social Democracy is so sorely needed.
All social and political movements occur within a
context and have definite albeit complex causes. We tend to use
the word "reactionary" in a pejorative manner but all change is a
reaction the the situation in which it is found, even if the change
is novel and not just a return to previous ways of thought or

History of European thought.

I only care about Europe in isolation and its preservation as a distinct
geographic and cultural and genetic entity. All interactions with entities
outside of Europe must be looked at with caution so that the preservation
of its exceptional nature is maintained. Physical and economic
Colonialism and Imperialism must be persued in a manner that protects
the long term interests of the European peoples, its ruling class and
those under it.

1. Pre-Christian
2. Catholicism
0. The Jewish Question
The Jew first infiltrated Roman society and then followed the legions
where ever they went in search of peoples for whom they could exploit.
They never could take a hint and persevered in their role as unter-
menchen till ultimately their host would expel them only for some other
poor people to be exploited, and so by the time of the Reformation, all of
the European countries, west and east, had felt the sting of this cursed
tribe. Is Christianity to blame for the foolish tolerance of our ancestors
towards this vile and parasitic race? And now that Christianity is all
but dead, what values have taken its place that allow the parasites to
remain in to flourish and rule. How the tables have turned.
3. Reformation
4. Enlightenment Humanism
5. French and US Revolutions
6. Utopianism and Positivism
7. Socialism, Marxism, Anarchism. 1848 Revolutions
8. Stirner and Nietzsche
9. WWI and Bolshevism
10. National Socialism and Heidegger
11. WWII


13. The Frankfurt School and its Ilk

A perfect match to justify the passions and excesses of the ruling classes
and pacify and control those who were to be ruled. Hence leaving little
chance for any ascendant class to challenge the post WWII status quo.

The decline of Western Universities is all areas other than Hard Science
and Finance. The soft-sciences became the breeding ground for social
changes needed to maximise profits and protect the interest of the
financial classes. (Women entering the work force, immigration for more
cheap labor and an enlargement of the consumer base.)

Consumerism as the farming of humans for the benefit of the financial


There a two uber-goals:

1. Maximisation of profit and or GDP.

2. Consolidation of power through global hegemony. (US, UK, EU,

Russia, Israel)
12. US Imperialism/Hegemony, International Finance, Social
The Creation and Control of the Social Sciences

a. Biologism


Johann Christian Friedrich Hlderlin

20 March 1770 7 June 1843)
was a German lyric poet.

Described by Norbert von Hellingrath as "the most German of
Hlderlin was a key figure of German Romanticism.
Particularly due to his early association with and philosophical
influence on Hegel and Schelling,
he was also an important thinker in the development of German