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A Better Kind of Man (and His Enemies)

Nietzsche03by David Sims

WHEN I SORT moral perspectives in terms of quality, the lowest of them all is the slave morality of Christianity. Christianity caught on first among the slaves of the late Roman Empire. Because they were too cowardly to pursue what they really wanted, they turned self-denial, self-abasement, and self-rejection into virtues. (ILLUSTRATION: Friedrich Nietzsche)

Christianity made a virtue of timidity. It was a cult of sour grapes and hypocrisy, whereby incompetents convinced themselves that they should glory in their weakness and ineptitude, whereby feelings of guiltiness and a willingness to suffer were signs of righteousness, and whereby a life of turning one’s back on pleasure and material wealth was repackaged as “purity.”

Christianity transvalued the values that had previously prevailed among the peoples of antiquity, but it did so in the wrong direction.

Higher and better than Christian morality is the kind of moral outlook championed by Immanuel Kant, with his Categorical Imperative. It was a kind of generalization of the Golden Rule: “Act only according to that maxim by which you can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law.” Kant thus made a moral system in advance of that of Christianity, but he did not go so far as he might have.

The problem with Kant’s views is that fairness and humanitarian consideration might be good things, but they are not the best things, and so they should not be valued the most highly. There are even better things, and foremost among them is survival. Those who are unjust can learn to be just; and those who suffer injustice can overcome it. But a people become extinct will never again have any chance to improve themselves.

Higher still is the moral philosophy of αρετή (arete), recommended by Friedrich Nietzsche in his writing about the Superman — not the comic book hero, but a sort of possible future kind of human that is truer to his own nature, or to the best that is in his nature, and that a better culture awaits only the rise of this better kind of Man.

And the driving motivation of the Jews is to make certain that this better kind of Man never arises.

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Helmut Stuka
Helmut Stuka
8 July, 2016 8:07 am

[Preliminary note: I have long pondered how the comic-book “superhero” called “Superman” was created by the Jews for the deliberate purpose of confusing, subsuming, corrupting, and destroying the concept of the Nietzschean Superman. This by-Jews/for-Jews Forward article provides much useful data for analysis, if and only if you know how to decode Jewspeak. Observe how with reference to a 1940 article in Das Schwarze Korps which I cannot verify at the moment, they gloat over how “[Siegel and Superman] were stealthily working together, the Nazis concluded, to sow ‘hate, suspicion, evil, laziness and criminality’ in the hearts of American youth.”] And to prevent the rise of the Superman, the values inversion has been total. Strength is regarded as dangerous. Uncompromising integrity (colloquially, “having a spine”) is deemed boneheaded rigidness, or… Read more »

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
Reply to  Helmut Stuka
8 July, 2016 10:31 pm

The article from Das Schwarze Korps in question would be the one translated here:


The conclusion is irrefragable: “Woe to the American youth, who must live in such a poisoned atmosphere and don’t even notice the poison they swallow daily.”

Helmut Stuka
Helmut Stuka
Reply to  Anthony Collins
9 July, 2016 10:56 am

Thank you for the link, Mr. Collins (although I am always a bit nervous about translations from such sources). The article made some excellent points; but as a current-events brief and not a philosophical treatise, it unfortunately did not reach the deeper evil of the Jewish “Superman”. Actually, I have never seen anybody clearly make the following identification: When I read about Rudel diving under an impossible hailstorm of flak, walking thirty kilometers barefoot to avoid capture, and flying on a fresh amputation—that, to me, is a hero! For a non-German example, when I read about Degrelle fighting without sleep, food, ammunition, or basic hygiene at Cherkassy, or rallying the broken defences for a last stand in Estonia—that, to me, is a hero! When I read such stories as have… Read more »