This night has opened my eyes

Very rarely, in the daily throes of mundane mouse-clicking, do I get the prophetic feeling that I’ve experienced something that will stay with me for the rest of my life.

40 years ago, to the day, to the hour, a band of four working class lads from Manchester changed the world forever: they were, and will always be, The Smiths. Founded on one simple premise: “I think it’s time the ordinary folk of the world showed their faces.”

They certainly showed their faces on Tuesday. The rain fell hard on a hum-drum town as Morrissey played in his hometown on this most poignant anniversary only a mile from where it all began in 1982 at The Ritz on Whitworth Street. It was a priceless privilege to have been a part of such a momentous occasion, even in a small way. Being in the physical presence of a figure who has impressed such a positive cultural impact resurrected a pure joy like that of being a child again. What a day.

Never have I experienced first hand such devotion to an artist, and I daresay it may never be seen again. The most wonderful people, many of whom had attended countless gigs previous, traveled from far and wide; we were met with a jubilant queue the size of which Queen Elizabeth’s coffin could only have dreamed of.

There were some classics and some new numbers, the same eternal themes endure. Morrissey introduced Bonfire of Teenagers, as “A song which is about this city, regrettably”. Belting his latest ballad, he held back tears with “the foolish people sing Don’t Look Back In Anger, I promise you I will look back in anger till the day I die.” The song snipes society’s response, or lack thereof, to the 2016 Manchester Arena Bombing, and was met with a standing ovation.

Few bands from the 1980s can lay claim to having aged as well as The Smiths, who existed for so brief a time yet left such a resounding impression with cutting, kitchen-sink lyricism, paired with an often imitated but seldom replicated melodic approach to instrumentation that influenced all subsequent British music.

Thank you, Steven Patrick Morrissey, for opening the door the day Johnny Marr knocked, and thank you for everything you have given and continue to give to countless people.

“Isn’t time a funny thing?

Oh well, I thought it was…”

I had intended to post an update on this platform much earlier, and indeed had written drafts for several updates that I had never completed because I had felt that they were too insignificant to be worth publishing.

Nevertheless, with restrictions now easing at a steady and speedy pace, and with no sign of liberties regressing back into their former condition, I have decided to publish an update comprising everything worth mentioning in regards to the last six months of activities, including the drafts which I had originally intended to post.

October 2020:

Heritage Sessions, Book Writing, Laura Towler and more…

Its been a busy 3 or 4 months since I last posted a comprehensive update on the progress of my work, and though there have been some serious challenges and restrictions due to the current situations, the general trend continues to drift in a positive direction for myself and for the movement.

The pushback against the “Black Lives Matter” power grab has hardened its resolve, and achieve a heartening level of grassroots support. One would be hard pressed to find a single person of European descent anywhere outside of metropolitan bourgoisie circles that has taken the side of the enemy. People are feeling more comfortable in vocalising their objection to the way in which the indigenous majority is now being treated as the agenda of the Great Replacement accelerates. We are reaching the critical mass necessary for a political solution to be tenable.

Patriotic Alternative continue to do excellent work, and at present I can comfortably say I have no qualms in supporting and collaborating with them. They’re everything I stand for and have pushed for in nationalism: polite, pacifist, relatable, well-dressed, well-presented, articulate and most importantly pragmatic. They are doing things differently to groups that have come before, and have (thus far) not fallen into all of the common traps.

Unfortunately, the PA autumn conference has been postponed and its up in the air as to whether there will be one this year. Restrictions against mass gatherings make this unlikely.

However, we have sought to bolster our online presence, and what better time to do it? Laura Towler and I are collaborating to launch Heritage Sessions via Skype which will be webinars geared towards genealogy. The Chester Traditionalist Guild continues to pull in grassroots support and has had its subscriber base increases by 75% since the BLM riots and unrest began. This website has had its 10’000th view and continues to grow. Momentum only continues to gain, motivating and pushing us forward. There’s not much that can stop us now.

I have a book on Genealogy which should be out early next year, ultimately dependent on how long it takes me to research. It has been very difficult to schedule trips to Record Archives this year and therefore the work I was doing has had to slow. I also ordered a DNA test to assist with my work but that was also lost. Its very difficult to uncover the lives of people who lived in the 1700s are there are very few resources, particularly for working class people, which are who I am focusing on. The problem intensifies when researching people with common names. One of the worst aspects of the English naming convention is its limited variety of names and surnames and its tendency to reject including personal qualities into names which would assist in identifying the unique individual (which, if anything, should be the primary purpose of a name). If a name ceases to be a unique identifier, it ceases to be useful for much. The best way, and perhaps the only way to break down brick walls caused by common name individuals like “Thomas Jones” and “John Williams” is to study DNA matches. It is a positive innovation, in my opinion, that modern names display significantly more variations than names in the Early Modern period.

November 2020:

I have been largely immersed in writing my book, which has taken up the majority of my free time this year. The hard work has paid off and I have about 100 pages of content written up and ready to go, with quite a bit more in the woodwork yet. Some of my my grander plans for the book included interviews with the old folks of Cheshire about bygone times and things, but this will obviously have to wait until the age of COVID is over. I will likely include these in a second edition whenever this is possible.

There is some good news, as I have managed to organise some online activities via Skype, which include the online heritage webinars.

April 2021:

Positives have abounded this month, though progress on the book on the history of the people of Chester has slowed significantly over the winter, due to restrictions now being eased, it is time to reflect on the tremendous success that has been the Heritage Webinars, which have been a source of enjoyment and catharsis for myself during these periods of otherwise profound isolation.

Our online family history sessions, organised by myself and promoted by Laura Towler and many others, have reached thousands via YouTube and Skype, and have enabled us to stay connected and continue to keep some level of momentum. There is now over ten hours worth of free, informative genealogy-related content, including tutorials and Q&As, now up on YouTube which should enable prospective family historians to get the start they need.

We are also in the process of transitioning the Heritage Webinars into the real world and intend to run free drop-in sessions for people interested in learning about their family history, where all the resources they need will be allotted and free assistance provided.

Other in person activities have now resumed, and with James Goddard, a gracefully reformed civic nationalist, now at the helm of the North West region of Patriotic Alternative, team and community building activities have been in full swing, as have leafleting, countryside and urban cleanups, and banner promotion. James clearly has zeal and alacrity when it comes to street activism has brought that pragmatism into the work PA are doing in the area. I am also pleased to say that there is now a healthy growth of activities and community in Cheshire, which has been historically underrepresented.

James Goddard recently brought to my attention an heritage-related issue in Manchester, which is the decrepit state of Hough Hall, one of the oldest buildings in Manchester, believed to date to 1502 in its present form. It is privately owned and has exchanged hands many times. None of its owners appear to be interested in carrying out any conservation work, and in its present condition it seems unlikely that the building will survive for much longer if action is not taken. I and several others are trying our utmost to research possible avenues towards the preservation of the building, and updates will soon follow as we gather more information.

Finally, with museums reopening very shortly, this will also afford me the access I require to the Liverpool Maritime Museum’s archives in order to continue my book research, which will be welcomed as I had initially intended this book to have been boxed off quite a while ago. I am also now able to interview locals and relatives for my book which is a necessity.

All is well and looking into the next few months, we can have hope that the future may well be even brighter.

I initially recorded this last month but have only just had chance to upload it.

Unfortunately, over the last month my predictions in the video regarding the irrelevancy of slave trading as a basis for removing statues have been proven true. Slave trading is no longer the primary justification for the anti-white pogrom, whose scope has extended to the desecration of the memory of William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Queen Victoria and Christopher Columbus. It is now abundantly clear that its objective is not to erase the veneration of slave traders; it is to denigrate the figureheads of the white race.

However, it may serve to be the most significant wake up call for indigenous Europeans since the Brexit referendum.

This a transcript for my the first video uploaded to the new YouTube channel, Embedded below:

Perhaps the best place to start this channel would be with an introduction to Traditionalism, and provide a somewhat crude whistle stop overview of what will be filled out in later videos comprehensively. As a precursor, I must state that Traditionalism encompasses a broad range of viewpoints, I will attempt to focus on the general premises agreed by most who espouse the position, and expand on the intricacies in later videos. My aim is to approach traditionalism and radical conservative viewpoints from a philosophical angle rather than a political one, as it seems that there is a real scarcity in that particular niche in regards to videos.

I will start with a brief historical background of what is meant by “Traditionalism”.

Though there were prior disturbances, such as the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, the Great East-West Schism of the 11th century or even the decline of the Roman Empire and the onset of Christianity, it can be said that Traditionalism proper, that is to say an organised school of thought dedicated to radical conservative perspectives, first emerged in Europe as a result of a rejection of the 17th and 18th century cultural movement known as the Enlightenment, which espoused the doctrines of moral subjectivism, democracy, liberalism, individualism, republicanism, separation of church and state, equality and empiricism and/or scientific rationalism; “Liberte, egalite, fraternite.” as the French Republic put it.

This cultural shift was a result of the philosophy of Descartes, Rousseau, Voltaire and numerous others, and sought to restructure society from a collective to a mass of sovereign individuals, who exalted the “sovereignty of reason” above the sovereignty of God or the Crown. These philosophies provided the impetus for the English Civil War of 1642, the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789 and later the Russian Revolution, which caused the brutal murder and deposition of many of Europe’s ancient ruling dynasties.

Perhaps the most disruptive innovations of the movement were Rationalism and Empiricism. These were respectively the view that all truth comes from reason, i.e. that which can be proven by logic, and the view that truth comes from that which can be observed. These were two prevailing but separate schools of thought which dominated the intellectual landscape.

There were, however, some who opposed these new developments for reasons we will come to shortly. They were known as the Counter-Enlightenment, led by Royalists, Romanticists and Aristocrats such as Francois Chateaubriand, Joseph de Maistre, Louis de Bonald and over in England Edmund Burke writing around the turn of the 1800s. Around the same time, you also had the Luddites who opposed the Industrial Revolution by destroying machinery in the English Midlands and Romantics such as William Blake writing poetry about the “dark satanic mills”.

Though Empiricism, truth from observation, fell out of favour after Immanuel Kant’s Critiquque of Pure Reason, rationalism, anti-monarchism and egalitarianism continued to be influential and inspired the ideology of Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx from 1840 to 1890, which took Enlightenment views to their conclusion promoting a pure materialism which did away with any system which transcended man: demolishing all notions of class, gender, nationhood, and hierarchy, even portraying religion as an “opium of the masses”.

From then on philosophy was split into three primary camps:

  • the aforementioned Marxists
  • the “classical liberals”, who agreed with Marxists on opposing absolute monarchy, opposition to faith and the doctrine of equality but disagreed over the idea of individualism. Classical liberals argued for individual liberty and in favour of capitalism, whilst Marxism argued for the working class to work as one mind towards a common struggle. As a result, there was a schism between the two.
  • and finally, a particular group of successors to the counter enlightenment, now opposing classical liberalism on one side, and Marxism on the other. Writing at the turn of the 20th century, these were thinkers such as Friedrich Nietzsche, Giovanni Gentile and Oswald Spengler. The focus of this video, and my intention when I say Traditionalism, comes from a particular group of writers within this category, who came slightly later, writing in the 1920s to the 50s and are known as the Traditionalist School. The most influential of these were Rene Guenon, Frithjof Schuon and Julius Evola, and argued for a return to the roots of classical thought and a way out of the two aforementioned positions and an emboldened return to Religion, Race, Hierarchy and Metaphysics.

The Tenets of Traditionalism

With the historical background largely out of the way, we can discuss the principles of the Traditionalist School, and what I mean in future when I use the term Traditionalism:

  • Firstly, what makes Traditionalism so different from all other philosophical formulations and belief systems, and what makes it so difficult to understand, is it not concerned with what the modern world classifies as “proof” or “empirical evidence” because it does not draw its truth from the 5 senses, which are deceptive and subjective. Nor does not try and understand reality and devolve the meaning of life from the reason of “this world” but from Metaphysical truth, which transcends all notions of logic, reason or comprehension and come through Authority alone. Authority is the cornerstone, which comes from divine revelation and is then carried through tradition and protected and preserved by the aristocracy. This can seem quite disturbing and alien to those accustomed to the materialist, vacuous belief of our time that “seeing is believing”. My assertion is that “inheriting the truth is believing”. This is a return to pre-Enlightenment notions of the concept of truth which are eternal and global, which is a testament to their validity. A quick but important point to address the question “how do we know that what has been passed down to use is a true revelation?” and the short answer is that because the same truth is present in all world traditions therefore it is indisputable, or at the very least highly plausible. This point warrants a video proof all of its own.
  • Secondly, It is fundamentally and vehemently anti-materialist, not in the sense that it is against the world but denies the idea that the physical world of matter is “all there is”. Traditionalism asserts that the world as observed by man is merely a representation of the Absolute Reality, of which the human mind can only experience an abstraction due to its limited faculties. It derives this view from the work The World as Will and Representation by Arthur Schopenhauer, as well as Immanuel Kant and its interpretation of world religious texts, which brings me onto my next point.
  • Traditionalism asserts that many of the world’s religions stem from a primordial truth which existed before and exists within these traditions, known as religio perennis, or the Primordial Tradition. A religion is considered authentic if it does not contradict with the fundamental teachings of another and shares the same esoteric truth, more on exactly what this means in a later video.
  • Next is the notion of the Fallen Nature of Man. Since man is no longer ignorant due to the knowledge of good and evil, he in no longer innocent and is divided from God, in other words divided from an understanding of the nature of the Infinite. He is no longer a product of virgin nature but a product of himself. Humanity is not perfect, nor is it perfectible. Man is too volatile to be ruled by his instincts, and will always seek base pleasures, forbidden fruits and slavemasters which distract from understanding the Absolute Reality beyond the senses.
  • As such, liberalism and Marxism are insufficient because they deprive man of a hierarchy, which is required to employ a code of ethics to transcend this Fallen State and to assist man in returning to his primordial nature. The basics of this system are the same in all world religions, which Traditionalists espouse only differ by their external appearance and have the same function, being passed on unchanged through the generations. The spiritual “walking dead” amongst us must be directed upwards towards the truth by a system of ethics, guided by men who are less effected by the pull of sin, which directs us away from our true nature. This is an aristocratic ideology which is vehemently opposed to liberal notions of universal equality or “human rights”, because authority and hierarchy cannot be found independently of one another. This will also seem strange because there is no room for “subjective morality”, a truth invented by the individual for their own use. Instead, Traditionalism is aristocratic, anti-individualist and determined to raise the individual up towards regards rather than down towards the proleteriat as Marxism seeks to do.
  • The ultimate goal, therefore, is to become, so to speak, a “New Adam” through the use of the intellect or gnosis, a sixth sense if you will. It is the awareness and understanding of religious doctrine, known as mysteries. The word mystery actually comes from the Greek musterion, ultimately from Proto Indo European muo, meaning “to be closed”, meaning that only a select group could fully comprehend the depth of the allegory.

I will fill out the concepts I have discussed in this video in more detail. Please feel free to leave any questions about the subjects discuss in the comments below, and do let me know if you have any thoughts on the speed at which I have outlined these ideas.

I will end with a selection of quotes. Thank you for watching. Carpe diem!

The truths that allow us to understand the world of Tradition are not those that can be “learned” or “discussed.” They either are or are not. We can only remember them, and that happens when we are freed from the obstacles represented by various human constructions (chief among these are the results and methods of the authorized “researchers”) and have awakened the capacity to see from the nonhuman viewpoint, which is the same as the Traditional viewpoint … Traditional truths have always been held to be essentially non-human.

Good day. I hope that those who have previously followed my work as Vassal of Asgard or have otherwise taken an interest in my work are well.

As the White Wizard once said, there have been questions. Questions that needed answering. Though I could blame my absence on my time spent travelling or my new working schedule, this would simply be an excuse, and less than you readers deserve.

The Enemy, the restless, watchful eye, has many spies in his service, and it has been a trying time. Though for a long time silent, in the background I have been busying away to set in place a framework for future development and some important projects. The first of which is this new website, which I hope you find to be an improvement over the old Blogger blog.

I also haven’t been without (more than) my fair share of impediments that have hindered getting the aforementioned projects completed and published to you, dear Reader, much sooner.

On two occasions in the year just gone, I had been anonymously reported on two separate occasions to the plastic Gestapo agency known as “Prevent” which jeopardised my education, my family and had the potential to damage my employment prospects. During this time, my personal life, in addition to my writing and even my family (who were also contacted) were rigorously and unscrupulously cross-examined. I am sure many you will be familiar with the modus operandi of this government project.

The primary individual responsible for initiating these reports and investigations, which were concluded last July, knew me personally and deliberately engineered the attack at a time that they believed would do the maximum damage: during my A Level exam preparation.

Subsequently, this lead to a period of inquisition. There was simply no point in moving forward with completing any more work with one or more saboteurs in our midst. Withholding compromising details as to how, I took the necessary time to secure all of my accounts and to remove the mole who had been rooted under my nose for about twelve months. I then left the dust to settle for long enough to be sure that I was not still the victim of any espionage, and to allow the situation to dissipate and be forgotten. In the words of Cromwell

“My desire is to make what haste I can to be gone.”

The implications of the interrogation and harassment undertaken by the UK’s “counter-extremism” circus and the damage it could inflict upon my career, education, family and extended circle have been something I have had to carefully consider.

Chester Traditionalist Guild

Attempts to establish a grassroots Traditionalist movement have been slow-going, but building gradually. I am increasingly convinced that community-building events ought to be the foundation of any movement who sets out to impart any societal change. Online activities should only ever be a mere accessory to this.

Two of the primary difficulties in terms of organising events are gaining exposure, which simply takes patience and experience, and finding a compatible venue, which can be more challenging. Though the few venues I have interacted with have stated that there didn’t seem to be any issue with what we plan to use the venue for, this can all change when the usual culprits attempt to stir up trouble and contact venues. To preempt this, I felt it would be best to go back to he drawing board and evaluate how events would be organised and promoted to avoid this situation.

Due to hard work performing a detailed re-evaluation of resources, improvement of marketing and a refining of strategy which has included establishing new contacts, growing an audience and palpable community interest, plans to launch the Chester Traditionalist Guild in full are set in motion for Summer 2020.

Creative Productivity

During my interim, I have also been in the process of writing two books (my second and third) that I plan to get out this year. The second will be a book on genealogy and local history, whilst the other will be a continuation, expansion and partial revision of my first book An Essential Introduction to Metaphysics (2018).

On the subject of which, my first book is now online again as a PDF, and I am in the process of working on self-publishing it both as an Amazon eBook and in hard copy format. I have just finished the design and formatting process and have sent it off to Kindle Direct Publishing to be approved. This is likely to take about a week. eBooks are to be priced at £0.99 and hard copies at £3.50.

Link to An Essential Introduction to Metaphysics:

I have also created a YouTube channel and Bitchute account, both under the name Arthur Hath Risen, that I will begin uploading to soon.

Link to my YouTube and Bitchute channels:

A renewal of faith, and closing words

Seeing the UK’s (fairly) recent General Election result has given renewed faith that a political solution to if not all, then some, of the current crises faced by the people of this nation is well within reach. The question now is not whether the British people want a Patriotic Alternative, but whether we can deliver it to them.


Coming up against such vehement opposition, I have returned to the cause with an increased vigour and alacrity.

It is as John Tyndall once said:

Everything worth having comes through struggle. Nothing that is worth having comes easy in this world of ours.

Farewell for now. Arthur hath risen.

What do Russell Brand, J.K. Rowling and Eddie Izzard have in common? I could summon a few harsher common attributes, but I will restrain myself to mentioning the attribute of primary concern to the subject of this article: they all epitomize the Bourgeois, the quintessence of hypocrisy.

What does it mean to be bourgeois?

The term Bourgeois is a French one that has its origins in the time period just preceding the French Revolution of 1789. Prior to the catastrophic revolution that saw the rise of liberalism through Post-Enlightenment philosophy, and which also resulted in the brutal and unjust execution of King Louis XVI, France had been divided into three classes, known as “Estates”. The First Estate was the Clergy, who took direct orders from the Pope. The Second Estate consisted of the Aristocracy, those who made decisions and owned swathes of land from which they directed and guided the Third Estate: The masses. Most individuals belonged to the Third Estate, which could be colloquially deemed “ the peasantry”.

The term bourgeois was used to attempt to categorise those members of the Third Estate who were economically affluent, but were nevertheless not Clergy or Nobility. As a result, it can be said that the Bourgeois occupies a kind of “ in-between class” and as a result has in a sense an ambiguous, androgynous characteristic. The word comes from the French burgeis, meaning “walled city”, due in course to the large proportion of the bourgeois who had abandoned the rural lifestyle that in many defined and romanticized the traditional Third Estate, which can be considered the true working class. It could be said that the emergence of the Bourgeois can be attributed to the Industrial Revolution which began in the mid 18th century, which saw an influx of the peasantry into the cities and the emergence of so-called “white collar professions”.

The Bourgeois and White Collar Professions:

The attitudes embodied by the occupants of these white collar professions can be summarised as those of consumerism, hedonism, materialism, decadence and a desire for social comforts that was initially utterly alien to the rest of the nation, for the White Collar Class is a combination of the worst qualities of the 2nd estate and the 3rd estate: they possess the inferior education of the Working Class (to which I proudly belong, for we have other better qualities), but possess the attitude of superiority of the Upper Classes, but unlike the Upper Classes, have achieved nothing of value in order to have earned this attitude.

Self-styled conservatives, who cannot bring themselves to correlated free-market capitalism with our current societal decline, will find little to grasp onto in this article and may feel subsequently alienated and confused. However, it must be said that what I am about to write attacks equally, if not more so, the current swathe of “ Conservative” voters as much as it does those of a cultural Marxist inclination.

The descent of society into the throes of so-called civilization, development and secular moralism, when they are carefully observed, can be seen to emerge not from the Aristocracy, nor from the working class, who have traditionally abided loyally by the principles willed by their spiritual and intellectual superiors in the form of the Clergy and Aristocracy, but filter downwards from the bourgeois to the Working class and upwards from the bourgeois to the Aristocracy, who have in recent times adopted consumerist and colloquial attitudes, and even in some cases a feeling of shame at their superior qualities that make them, and only them, fit for a position of authority in government and the intelligencia.

Mussolini on the Bourgeois:

Benito Mussolini once described Britain as “the fattest and most bourgeois country in the world”, and it is no wonder, for the British like no other race, are a people renowned somewhat infamously the world over for our supposedly posh and snobby sensibilities which in actuality do not reflect the true spirit of the British at all, but reflect the shadow that Post-Enlightenment philosophy has encouraged us to become.

The real cultural damage impacted by the bourgeois class has very little to do with economics, but rather with the sensibilities and consumerist appetites that the lifestyle invites. The archetype of the culturally damaging bourgeois figure is often described as the “Champagne Socialist”, an advocate of excessive but pretentious moralising that emerges from a feeling of guilt and inadequacy, subconsciously generated from the realisation that the middle class to which they belong has neither the grandeur or authority of the Aristocratic class, which they attack, nor any of the humility and dignity of servitude possessed by the working class, to which they pretend to belong to or at least be in the service of.

The Bourgeois on the International Stage:

The bourgeois was at one point confined to Europe, but is no longer. At one time, subsequently after its establishment, the USA existed almost entirely as one large conglomerate of the Third Estate, populated by gold prospectors, fisherman, labourers and agricultural workers, with a small Aristocratic fringe that was confined to New England known as the “Boston Brahmin”, though they had little in the way of a true Aristocratic authority despite their title’s suggestion. The bourgeois emerged in America comparatively later than in Britain: in the early 20th century, and is now so prevalent that it applies to the vast majority of Americans, particularly those along the coasts.

The bourgeois class can be found in all societies they infest to be meddlers and modernisers, attempting to uproot the status quo due to their feeling of purposelessness. Since the bourgeois cannot feel a purpose or profound meaning in society, rather than changing themselves they attempt to change society to suit themselves, attempting to destroy the Aristocratic class and elevate the Working Class from humility into decadence.

In many ways, this behaviour mirrors that of the Diaspora Jew, the stereotype of a wandering minority that feel an urge to uproot societal norms and impose a new societal order that adequately accommodates them, encouraging through guilt an alteration of the conduct of the society, but never providing any positive contributions, only being interested in changing the society to better suit their own interests.

Bourgeois and Champagne Socialism:

Hypocrites though they may be, the Champagne Socialists never seem to see the hypocrisy of their actions or intentions; claiming to be selfless and in pursuit of the Common Good, selfishly, everything that the Champagne Socialist seeks to do is in the interests of the Middle Class and at the expense of those at either end of the economic spectrum. They seek only to fatten the Middle Class and to create a Communistic society in which the upper classes and the working classes are both eliminated.

The bourgeois, despite their facade, have no interest in preserving or enhancing the quality of the Working Class. In actuality, their fiscal egalitarianism would result in the complete elimination of Working Class society, traditions and values, and replace the class system with one large Middle Class. In actuality, the world “class” would have no relevance in a Socialist system; rather, there would only be one perennial and all-consuming Bourgeois.

There is much more to be said on this matter, and the works of the philosophers Julius Evola and René Guénon provide an excellent avenue through which to understand the concepts I have touched upon more thoroughly. I highly recommend Guénon’s The Reign of Quantity and the Sign of the Times for a more comprehensive exploration of the subject matter.

The average human being, described originally by Karl Marx in an unexpectedly anti-egalitarian fashion, is so dull, senseless and uncomprehending as to barely even constitute being classified as alive. These humans: the rabble, the canaille, or as Marx termed them the “Lumpen Proletariat”, are not concerned nor are biologically capable of being in any way concerned with socially revolutionary ideas or political dissidence.

Such dissidence would be in contradiction with their sub-rational desire to prolong their miserable lives for as long as possible, using whatever means available to do so. Unlike those of a greater existential class, characterised by the great warriors of the ancient Aryan past, any sense of existence that transcends the present time and space is hidden behind a veil of fear and inherent biological dullness, and thus they are incapable of understanding the virtue and logic of self-sacrifice which came so naturally to the noble and transcendent men of old. They are ideologically immovable in as far as a newly proposed societal construct exists outside of the mainstream collective consciousness, after which point it is readily absorbed into the permeable cell membrane of the Protozoan Slime.

Said term, originally coined by the 20th century poet T.S. Eliot, in many ways crystallizes the essence of Fallen Man, tending always towards that which is easy and that which is perceived as safe, a conglomeration of insignificant and simple organisms clinging desperately to the sustenance of the structure of their amino acids, feeling a “oneness” in the characterless, formless biological mush. The modern-day human amoeba is only capable of respiration, a small degree of movement and reproduction, though even this most basic of tasks is treated as overwhelmingly difficult by the homosexuals. In the words of Julius Evola 98% of the human race are “a violation of the Cartesian Axiom “I think, therefore I am”: they do not think, yet they are.”

It was the great reactionary conservative Joseph de Maistre who once said that “A country gets the government it deserves”. This is demonstrably true. We have moronic leaders because our leaders are elected by morons because human beings have a naturally tendency to connect to those who are of a similar nature to themselves, demonstrated by president Barack Obama, who scored a meagre 102 on his presidential IQ test and barely qualified as intellectually average. This observation produces a vast body of conversation in of itself, and provides the basis for understanding why ethnic identitarianism is the only political ideology which aligns with primordial human nature and has been discussed in other writings.

The 2% that make the difference: For the the few, not the many

To apply the aforementioned figure of 98%, it must be said that this number wasn’t randomly selected. Despite assertions in recent years that IQ is an inaccurate means of measuring intelligence, mostly coming from those who have a low IQ themselves, the figure of 2% corresponds on the Intelligence Quotient to those with a score that exceeds 130, the borderline that defines those of a highly superior intellectual predisposition. This level of intelligence has significant implications in terms of the social, cultural and political determination of a functional society. The reason for this is that 130 has been argued to be the threshold for those whose minds work not based on binary interpretations of reality, but based upon a system termed “Fuzzy Logic”.
To elaborate on this, and to explain its significance to political debate, one must have an understanding of how human psychology influences decision making and ideology. The intelligence of a human being relates to their ability to divulge information from stimuli and to interpret this information, often with what is known as “imperfect information”; this means that an individual does not have information concerning all aspects of a problem, and must make a decision with limited information. This of course, is a necessary skill for any politician, or any kind of leader at all for that matter.
Considering this, it should become apparent that the in-fighting currently occurring between the centre-left and the centre-right regarding “debating all the facts”, is a ludicrous one, because in real politics, and in all aspects of life, decisions are made based on limited available information, a reality that any true leader understands. The mainstream plethora of pseudo-intellectuals can only operate at this plebeian level of intelligence, debating and endless supply of labels, factoids and trivialities that have no connection to the heart of the principle being debated. This relates to a term in rhetoric known as “Fuzzy Logic”, referring to the idea that whilst Absolute Truth and Complete Fallacies do exist, there also exists a spectrum of truth in which there can be degrees to which a statement is true or false. Generally speaking, Fuzzy Logic is implicitly understood by those who operate at higher intellectual echelons, but is alien to the minds of the general public.
Applying this principle, it becomes obvious that the plebs in government (the super-plebs), elected in turn by the plebeian population (the sub-plebs) are ill-equipped to deal with the problems of our age, because they cannot understand the levels of the problem, whether they are of a right-wing position or a left-wing position. We are no closer to dealing with the predicaments of the modern age if our leaders do not have the intelligence to deduce the root of the problems, and insist upon attacking the symptoms of problems and not their genesis. Attacking feminism without attacking its cause, Egalitarianism, and the foundation of this cause, which is 17thcentury Enlightenment Philosophy, is doomed to failure because it does not exist as an independent principle, and is only fallacious up to a certain degree in of itself. Understanding the various levels of a problem and having a vision to produce a counter-proposal that transcends and eliminates the principles behind a problem are the components of a true leader that will never be elected in any democratic system.
Herein lies the perpetual Catch 22 for any prospective Philosopher-King: to effect any change within world, one must influence this lumpen rabble, to influence this lumpen rabble, in this day and age one must be elected democratically (for any exercise of primal force and usurpation is treated with scathing condemnation) and to participate in a democratic procedure would be to perpetuate the idea that this rabble is entitled to these democratic procedures. The great curse of the anti-egalitarian: he needs the masses more than they need him, or at the very least more than they think they need him, for the masses have no profound understanding of what is truly best for them and never will.

References & Further Reading: 

Characteristics of various IQ levels, in relation to their ability to understand problems:

Gaining an understanding of Enlightenment Philosophy and the Counter-Enlightenment:

Imperfect Information:

It may strike the reader as strange, and indeed somewhat ridiculous, to read that Óðinn, the Norse god, is in my family tree, or any family tree for that matter. This was also my initial reaction, and if taken at face value, the idea of supernatural beings mating with humans could be enough to completely discredit paganism as a serious and beneficial spiritual practice. After all, as I have already explained, the gods ought to be considered not as physical beings, but as forces of nature, such as one would consider heat, gravity and electricity among others.

A brief background regarding my ancestry:

My surname (Apap) has enigmatic origins. It was originally De Apapis, which may come from the Dia Papi (through the Father, IE through God) but I can’t be sure of this at the present time. The progenitor of my line, Leonardo De Apapis, was a Notary (essentially a lawyer) who had a son, Salvatore. Salvatore married leonara De Nasi, a member of an old Sicilian aristocratic family that also descends from the Jewish King David (Nasi means “Prince” in Hebrew). Though they undoubtedly had some Jewish ancestry, they were predominantly European.

The De Nasis had genetic ties to the De La Porte family, who were Normans who were Governors of Argos in Greece. The De La Portes descendant from Heinrich VII, King of Sicily, through his bastard son Richard, who was made the Count of Chieti in Italy. Henry VII’s ancestors on his mother’s side were Dukes of Austria, mostly named Leopold.

The first Leopold in this line married Agnes, daughter of Henry IV of the Holy Roman Empire. Henry IV was descended from various Kings and nobles, most notable and historically significant of which was Rollo, first Norman King of France. Many will know of Rollo through the “Vikings” TV  show. Rollo was descended from many petty Kings of the Far North, though I will spare the details here. The pictures of my family tree will be shown below. Some of these Kings are verified historically, some are semi-mythical or unattested archaeologically, but trace back to none other than Oðinn himself.

Lengthy background aside, what does this mean?

Some wish to claim that the presence of Óðinn in such family trees is evidence that a historical Óðinn genuinely existed despite the evidence which suggests that Óðinn, at least in the sense of physical being, is allegorical. Óðinn is present in so many family trees and across such a wide geographical area (all around Scandinavia and Northern Germany) that to suggest Óðinn genuinely conceived of so many physical sons would be to claim he procured an entire harem of women and rotated between them as he traveled around Scandinavia as some kind of promiscuous gypsy.

The supernatural, metaphysical phenomenon which are symbolized by the gods should not be narrowly defined by their physical representation in our folklore and myth, but these motifs and physical ideas about the metaphysical should merely be seen as tools through which to communicate absolute truths. In the case of Óðinn, as I have explained numerous times, we find the concept of an enduring ancestral soul, or mind.

The proto Indo European term “Óð” can be loosely translated as “mind” or consciousness, a “Holy Spirit” if you will. Similar to the Hindu ritual purposes of Soma, the Norse constructed a spiritual drink known as Óðroerir, a drink that inspired great works of poetry and praise, the term being loosely translated to “stirrer of the spirit”.

Ergo, when a family line could be traced back no further, the addition of Óðinn as an ancestor should be thought of as a means of summarizing all of the unknown ancestors that came before; in a sense, they are all Óðinn because they are all of the same spirit and blood, the same Óð.

That’s all for now. Remember to Hail Oðinn!

Ancestry in detail (for those interested)

It’s in reverse order, so I’m sorry for any confusion. Topmost image are more recent ancestors.

This article will continue on from the previous two parts of this series, which you may like to read before this article, as I will build upon the information already established.

To summarise the previous articles, the term Aryan does not mean “Blond haired and blue eyed”. Though many Aryans did look like that, the Aryans were a sociocultural group that dispersed from the Ukrainian Steppes around 5000-6000BC. They dispersed their language, spiritual knowledge and technology across most of Europe and into Asia, reaching modern day Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.

The Aryans are responsible for giving the West and India most of the religion and culture that we have to this day, albeit somewhat diluted from 2000 years of Christian influence which attempted to erase these traditions.

With all this said, the purpose of this article isn’t to give a potted history of the Aryan People, but rather to address a point and expand further on the little known ancient origins of the European people.

The term Aryan originates from an unknown word in the original Aryan language known as Proto Indo European. The ancient Indians who were of the higher castes referred to themselves as Arya. The god of war in greek myth is Ares, which roughly means “To strive”. Arya should be pronounced Eye-R, rhyming with “fire” and “hire”.

Some people will attempt to argue that it is wrong for us Europeans to refer to ourselves as Aryans, because “Aryan is only an Indian term that refers specifically to High Caste Indians”. This is blatantly untrue, and all ancient Europeans referred to themselves as Aryans, as I am about to prove.

The truth is always hidden in plain sight. Many of the names of nations and peoples in Europe have the word “Aryan” within them, though the meaning has been forgotten over the generations. To discard a term that should be a source of pride and heritage simply because of one instance of its abuse would be simply wrong. Here are some examples of the term being used:

Hungarians (Hunnic-Aryans)

“Hungarian” is a term used to refer to the Aryans who belonged to the Hunnic tribes that live in Eastern Europe that are descended from the Huns, a group of near Eastern nomads who invaded Eastern Europe in the 4th and 5th centuries.

The Huns were intelligent and brave people who fought many wars to defend Eastern Europe from the Roman Empire.

Bulgarians (Volga-Aryans)

Bulgarians are named after the Volga river in Russia. They were originally a nomadic people living in russia but later moved West into what is now Bulgaria, which used to be known as Volgaria, land of the Volga Aryans.

Tockarians (Tucckā Aryans)

Tocharians were the Aryans that lived in the Northwest of China in ancient times. They were feared by the Chinese and Indians for being warlike and “barbaric”, though as I will explain later, being called a “Barb Aryan” isn’t a bad thing.

Tu is Sanskrit for “to move”, as the Tockarians were a nomadic tribe. They were forced to assimilate into other tribes 1500 years ago as a result of droughts in the Tarim Basin where they lived.

Technically a picture of members of the Uyghur ethnic group, but the uyghurs are descended from the Tockarians

Ireland (Arya Land)

Ireland derives its name from the goddess Eire, whose name is pronounced the same as the Sanskrit Arya. The word Ireland literally means “Lands of Eire”, land of the Aryans. Some even argue that Ireland, or somewhere submerged close to Ireland, holds the location of the lost civilization of Atlantis. I personally disagree, but that’s a topic for another post.

Iberians (Iber Aryans)

Iberians are the people who live in the peninsula encompassing what is now Portugal, Spain, Galicia Catalonia and the Basque country. They are so named after the River Ebro that runs through Spain. The river used to be known as the Iber, hence the term “Iber Aryans”.

Barbarians / Barb-Aryan (Bearded Aryan)

The term Barbarian was first used by the Italian city states to refer to anyone who lived beyond the city borders, typically in reference to the Germanic tribes that lived to the North, such as the Goths and Vandals.

Barbarian is a cognate of Latin barba, meaning “beard” and Aryan, meaning noble, as we already established. Therefore, the term Barbarian simply means a “Bearded Aryan”.

Rastafarians (Ras Tafaryan)

(Rastafarians believe blacks are the Aryan race)

The term Rastafarian comes from the Ethiopian title Ras Tafari, which means Noble Head. Ras means a head or leader, and Tafari means noble or respected, and derives from the same root as the word Arya in Sanskrit.

Without exploring the movement in detail, Rastafarians believe that black people are the Aryan race, which is of course not true because the Africans, apart from the ancient Egyptians, had no interaction with the Aryan Indo Europeans. However, this remains the origin of the name of their movement.

Iran (Aryan)

This may not seem as obvious as the others in the list, mainly because the pronunciation has shifted so much from the original. Iran was first settled by the Aryan people before it was taken over by the Arabs.

As I explained earlier, the original pronunciation of Arya, noble, is Eye-R, rhyming with “fire”. Ergo, Aryan was pronounced Eye-ran, and the American pronunciation of Iran is the correct one in terms of reflecting the original meaning of the term. The correct pronunciation is “I ran”.

Some more isolated corners of Iran are still home to the original Aryans, but they are considered to be a threatened group as the greater Arab population has sought to envelope them and to convert them to Islam from Zoroastrianism.


As is hopefully demonstrably clear, the term Aryan is not a racist one, nor specific merely to India, nor is it racist to refer to oneself as an Aryan. The term “Aryan” is of utmost importance to the preservation of our heritage and our self image as a sociocultural entity, native Europeans. Don’t stop using a term simply because are upset at you using it, instead try to educate people on it and help to keep your heritage alive.

There are likely many other instances of the term used in European nomenclature and language, but this article is merely a cursory list. If you the reader know of any more such instances, please get in touch and I will expand the article.

Health and Happiness!

C.A, Author.