Stand and Fight

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THE HOLIDAYS are a somber reminder that there exist wide divisions among our people. Some celebrate Christmas, others Yuletide, and others nothing at all. This is appropriate. Ideological, religious, and lingering petty nationalisms serve to fragment our people even the ones who ostensibly seek to unite it.

A United front, a white vanguard is needed to unite the disparate elements. To embrace our uniqueness while putting aside petty drama is a hard fight but it must be done. Our enemy exploits ancient hatreds and faultlines in our movement with great deft and skill. The challenge lies in defeating this.

I have put aside my Individualism in order to fight the greater battle that needs to be won. For what is Individualism when the enemy is united? What is egoism when everything that the West stands for is being destroyed (if it isn’t already)? I have chosen to throw my lot in with my people. It will be a hard engagement but we are living in difficult times.

All of the children of the Occidental race need to realize that the sun is setting for us. We are dangerously close to the all-encompassing night. As children of the arctic sun, we cannot allow the darkness to fall. We have to make a stand. This means uniting for one last battle.

I have thrown in my lot with my people. Everything else can be sorted through after this last campaign. For now, however, we have to stop bickering and draw a line. Are you with your people or would you betray them to our enemies? Are you a man/woman of war, a supporter, or a friend? The last few grains in the hourglass are about to fall. It is time to make a decision.

I have made mine.

Join us and help ensure a future for all people of European descent.

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28 December, 2015 11:44 pm

Thank you for publishing my blog post here on National Vanguard. It is an honor.

Will Williams
Will Williams
29 December, 2015 6:43 pm

Excellent pledge. What’s remarkable is why aren’t Whites gathering in droves to organize for their own interests. We are proud to have you on board, kaliyuga.

One thing about setting aside selfish individualism for the Greater Cause is that one doesn’t set aside his unique individuality.

30 December, 2015 7:26 pm

That is something that I’ve grappled with for a while, Mr. Chairman. The difference between being individuated (being unique, knowing one’s unique place, and using it to help his people) and being a selfish individualist. Time is running too thin to not band together with our people.

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
30 December, 2015 10:45 pm

Race and personality, solidarity and individuality, needn’t be regarded as antithetical to one another, provided they are in their proper place, proportion, and relationship with each other. The unique spirit of our race that has been characterized as “Faustian” — the basis of so much of its creativity, dynamism, and power — requires a high level of individuality among its members.

I shouldn’t need to note that it was Adolf Hitler who used the formula “race and personality,” and that William Pierce would implicitly or explicitly reiterate this formula in his writings.

31 December, 2015 7:04 am

I totally agree, Anthony.

Will Williams
Will Williams
1 January, 2016 10:37 am

Nice points, gentlemen. Dr. Pierce discussed our people’s Faustian spirit here, among other places: — I have thought often about the role of the tool-making instinct in the history and prehistory of our race. And I have associated this instinct with a more general characteristic of our people which I — and others also — have called the Faustian spirit. That’s the spirit which drives us not only to build things and to invent things but to explore and to try to understand ourselves and the world around us. It is a spirit which makes us seek power not just for the sake of mere power, but also for the sake of progress, for the sake of building new things. It leads us to conquer not merely for the… Read more »

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
2 January, 2016 3:32 am

Individuality can take different forms. The form of individuality which is identified with individualism is a selfish, short-sighted, puerile, trivial, and empty form of individuality. It involves a narcissistic, hedonistic, materialistic, solipsistic, and ultimately parasitic approach to life: life is regarded as revolving around oneself, one’s pleasures, one’s income and property, one’s status symbols, and one’s vanity. Life becomes a childish game and a squalid racket: “Whoever dies with the most toys wins.” But there is another and nobler form of individuality, which in its most sublime and powerful forms can be properly characterized as Faustian. One can realize one’s individuality in service to a greater mission and a greater whole than oneself. One can realize what is best within oneself by serving a greater mission and a larger whole.… Read more »