About Pornography

by Varg Vikernes (text of spoken words in this video follows)

IF YOU GOOGLE “the history of pornography,” you will find references to the statues of Venus and petroglyphs as being the “first pornography.” However, this is not “pornography.” This is a crude image of a woman who has just given birth and survived.

Yes. They didn’t need a “fertility” cult, as infertility was hardly a problem, but they did need a system to ensure the survival of the women giving birth.

The petroglyph shown here is not “pornography” either, but an image of a “duel” taking place inside the woman’s womb, between those who wish to be reborn. Yes, the sperm cells “sailing” towards the egg — as explained to us with symbols in our scientifically based mythology.

The pornography found in Pompeii, for example, was not an expression of “Pagan” tolerance, sexual openness, and promiscuity — but a testimony to the degeneracy of the multicultural and civilized Roman Empire, or parts of it at least. “Barbarian” Europe was chaste, faithful, and honorable. From Chapter 19, Cornelius Tacitus’, Germania, from year 98:

They live in a state of chastity well secured; corrupted by no seducing shows and public diversions, from no irritations from banqueting. Of learning and of any secret intercourse by letters, they are all equally ignorant, men and women. Amongst a people so numerous, adultery is exceeding rare; a crime instantly punished. For, to a woman who has prostituted her person, no pardon is ever granted. However beautiful she be, however young, however abounding in wealth, a husband she can never find. In truth, nobody turns vice into mirth [=amusement] there, nor is the practice of corrupting and of yielding to corruption, called the custom of the Age. As they have but one body and one life, they take but one husband, that beyond him they may have no thought, no further wishes, nor love him only as their husband but as their marriage.

Our “Barbarian” forebears were chaste, faithful, moral, uncorrupted, and proud of it. Pornography is now, like it was in Classical Antiquity, made and promoted by hypersexual degenerates, who see the destruction of everything that is moral as a goal in itself. If you embrace pornography, you embrace White genocide, through the corruption of our peoples. You also embrace your own descent into degeneracy.

I am not here to make friends, but to salvage the wreck of this civilization. Degenerates have no place in the blessed future of the superior man.

HailaR TîwaR!

Ave Zevs!

Slava Div!

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Source: Thulean Perspective

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Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
30 December, 2016 10:15 am

It’s a pity that Joseph Paul Franklin, the man to whom Dr. William L. Pierce dedicated his novel Hunter, didn’t succeed in killing the pornographer Larry Flynt — or that death squads do not cleanse San Fernando Valley of its pornographers, who — surprise! — are heavily Jewish.

Josef Tone
Josef Tone
Reply to  Anthony Collins
13 September, 2020 7:17 pm

Not necessarily. Flynt long suffered, especially with not being able to really have a sex life.

31 January, 2018 7:56 am

Odin has four wives he fathered children with, so no. What is the point of this article if it can be debunked this fast? There is nothing wrong with healthy polygamy. Germanics also had no problem with sexualised nudity. Just look at a Freyr idol. They also ate hemp buds and flowers as fertility agents of Frigga (did weed edibles and had sex, basically; cannabis makes people aroused). Varg is infamous for being an atheist white nationalist who is not really a heathen. He even has a video on his channel falsely stating Norse never drank alcohol despite the fact that the myth of Aegir is about brewing alcohol, blots most often use alcohol; and essentially everyone and their dog knows Germanic culture produced alcohol from grains, berries, and honey.… Read more »

Reply to  Heinrich
19 April, 2019 3:29 am

Good response

Walt Hampton
Walt Hampton
Reply to  neetblog
12 September, 2020 8:46 pm

That is a pretty long shot there, Varg 
Vikernes…equating graphic erotic and 
exotic art with the decline and fall of
the Roman Empire. More likely the 
debasement of their currency – along with
the entrancement of Christianity – is what
brought them down.

Retreating into Puritan and Victorian 
prudishness is most certainly not going 
to solve any problems. I have even heard
descriptions of Neanderthal cave art from 
the Late Pleistocene described as “porn.”
Please, give me a break! 

Reply to  Walt Hampton
14 September, 2020 2:23 am

Here’s your break, Walt. Varg Vikernes didn’t equate pornography as the sole cause of the decline and fall of the Roman empire as you aver. The mention of evidence at Pompeii was merely one aspect of the degeneracy rotting the empire from within. It’s like several dozen termites that eat a structure from the inside out, they didn’t provide the only cause of the building to collapse, but they did accelerate its fall. The failure to maintain the structure from every source of rot and corruption, in conjunction with the termites, will also cause a failure of structural integrity to occur. Tacitus seemed to consider “barbarian” Europe’s view of sexual standards and practices as higher than that of his own people and lends a credence to Varg Vikernes’ thoughts on… Read more »