A New Way of Thinking, part 1
American Dissident Voices broadcast of January 26, 2019Listen to the broadcast
by Kevin Alfred Strom
“YOU GUYS just hate Blacks and Jews. Get over it. Be kind and nice to everyone. Even if we’re not exactly equal, everyone deserves an equal chance. Is ‘get rid of the non-Whites’ all you know how to say? So shut the Hell up with your hate.” So saith the TV watcher.
That really is the level of misunderstanding of the National Alliance among a substantial part of the public. I know that because I see a lot of the correspondence that comes in to our online contact form whenever a member distributes our literature in his or her community.
Of course, the enemy media misrepresent us, but I think part of the fault is ours. I say that because some of our supporters misunderstand us too, and almost as badly as the TV watchers. “Whites good — non-Whites bad,” they might say. “It’s as simple as that. Clean up the country and let’s get back to our churches, our representative republic, our sports and our entertainment, and our money-making — just without so many non-Whites ruining everything and trying to tell us what to do.” Their thoughts really do not go much beyond “get rid of the non-Whites.”
Men with such a limited view do not really understand the stakes involved in our racial struggle. Just feeling viscerally uncomfortable with non-Whites isn’t enough, and perhaps isn’t even necessary. Such a feeling alone, without a deeper understanding, doesn’t bind you to a holy, cosmic mission for your life — and I believe that such a mission and such a feeling of destiny will be absolutely necessary among many thousands of our folk if we are to survive these dark times. Let me explain.
Almost 2,000 years ago there lived in the Greco-Roman city of Alexandria a very intelligent man named Claudius Ptolemy. Building on the astronomical observations of his Greek forbears, Ptolemy developed a mathematical and geometric model of the solar system that accurately predicted the visible motions of the Sun, Moon, and planets, and which was even able to predict lunar and solar eclipses. The model he created began with the assumption, that seemed obvious to most at the time, of an immovable, fixed Earth. To explain the irregular and sometimes retrograde — reversing in direction — motions of the heavenly bodies, Ptolemy hypothesized orbits — which he called cycles — and then orbits within orbits, which he called epicycles.
(When Christianity ruled over Europe, the Church endorsed the Ptolemaic system, even though Ptolemy had not been a Christian. They didn’t endorse Ptolemy’s system because there was anything in the childish cosmology scattered randomly in the Bible that resembled it — no, the “Fathers of the Church” certainly could never have come up with anything so intelligently made, systematic, and comprehensive. They endorsed it simply because it was the dominant view at the time and because it didn’t explicitly contradict the ravings of scripture.)
Ptolemy’s system worked. Its predictions were amazingly accurate. It was also extremely complex, involving rotating heavenly spheres nested within other spheres, also rotating, each at their own inexplicable rate. It offered no explanation of why or how these nested spheres existed and moved as they did. But Ptolemy, who was sometimes called Ptolemy the Wise, created a system that was the best we had in its field — a system that ruled the minds of educated men for 1,400 of the last 2,000 years.
Then — in just the last few centuries — along came Tycho Brahe and Kepler and Copernicus and Galileo who, as we were emerging from the darkness of the rule of the Church and rediscovering the genius of our race’s Classical civilization including the teachings of Ptolemy among many others, began to make their own discoveries. These men explored even further. The telescope was invented, and they made observations that Ptolemy and the ancients could not make. They saw the moons of Jupiter and observed their motions. They saw that the phases of the planets were like the phases of the Moon. They began to see that there was a much simpler — and beautiful and elegant — explanation for the motions of the objects they saw in the night sky: The Sun was the center of the Solar System and all the planets, in which number they now included the Earth, revolved in elliptical orbits around it. These orbits could be described with mathematical equations, and the equations could be applied to any planet. This was a revolution in the understanding of our position in the Universe. Still, it was incomplete. These men, geniuses as they were. still did not know how or why the heavenly bodies behaved as they did.
Then along came an even greater genius, Isaac Newton, who through observation, reason, and doubtless a good deal of inspiration and imagination, developed mathematical laws of motion and gravitation. He showed that objects in constant motion stay in constant motion unless acted upon by a force. And he revealed the existence of an invisible force — gravity — and calculated that this unseen force varies in proportion to the mass of the objects involved and the precise square of their distances. These revolutionary insights accounted for the motions of the Earth, the Moon, the planets and their moons, the tides, the paths taken by comets, the shape of the Earth, the existence of planets that had not yet been observed, and even the long-term shift of the equinoxes in a cycle that repeats every 25,772 years. Not only could Newton’s laws and equations be applied to any planet — they could be applied to any object whatever, and the results would be correct. To all who could see and understand, Newton had touched the very substance of creation with his eyes and with his mind — and the complex system of Ptolemy, and the ignorant cosmological assumptions inherent in the Bible, were both overthrown — forever.
In the 19th century — only yesterday in the historical view and only a millisecond ago in cosmic terms — another great genius emerged from the ranks of the White race: Charles Darwin. By careful observation and inspired reasoning, he discovered the basic laws by which living things have differentiated from the first self-replicating molecule and become all the plants, fungi, and animals which have ever lived upon the Earth, including creatures which no longer exist and which we only know from the fossils they have left. That law is the law of Natural Selection: Variations in form and structure exist in every living species, and such variations are constantly generated, even in creatures that reproduce by division. Variations that harm the survival of the species in its natural environment tend to disappear, and variations that help survival there tend to spread. Since environments vary and are themselves constantly changing, each species that exists is constantly creating variable offshoots of itself, which. if they survive, then continue to change until new subspecies and eventually entirely new species are formed. It is impossible to understand race without comprehending evolution and Natural Selection.
The revolution in thought ushered in by the European geniuses from the Renaissance through Newton and Darwin and all the way to the present century was not just a revolution in understanding planetary motions or physics or mathematics, though it was all those things. It was a revolution in the way the best minds of our race thought about everything. No longer were they bound by the restrictions of the Middle Eastern mindset of a static Universe and an inerrant Jewish holy book and a priesthood that interpreted it. No. No more! Now Europeans were free again to explore, to experiment, to reason, to observe, to discover the real lineaments of creation and the real words, if you want to call them words, of the god or gods or forces that had made it, without obeisance to the Semitic creed that had dominated the European mind for a thousand years. This seems so simple, so basic, so obvious to us Europeans today. And so necessary! But there was a time when it was “unthinkable” because it contradicted the Narrative by which the Powers That Be maintained their rule and their riches.
Gregor Mendel, and Crick and Watson (and Watson is still alive, still with us in 2019, a persecuted man!) showed us the inner cellular and molecular mechanics that make genetic inheritance and Natural Selection work, and made it clear that Darwin was right. Sir Arthur Keith made it clear that it is groups — not isolated individuals — that are the engine and vehicle of race-formation and evolution.
Francis Galton, Nietzsche, Shaw, Hitler, and Pierce showed us that our race now had the power to direct the course of our future evolution. Another man who opened our eyes and who is still alive today, and often attacked, is Charles Murray. For all his political faults and his failures of courage to tell the complete truth, Charles Murray showed us through meticulous scholarship in his monumental book Human Accomplishment the uniqueness — and inestimable and possibly infinite value — of the European race.
For all the technology and power we have harnessed due to the work of these great Aryan geniuses, for all the knowledge of the microscopic and macroscopic Universe they have given us, for all the insight into our own biological nature they gave us, for all the ability they gave us to see the terrible or beckoning possible futures we may choose, their revolution is not yet complete. It is not even secure.
The 2,000-year-old psyop, which ties our folk to the primitive Middle Eastern worldview, which makes us worship our deadly enemies and meekly raise our throats for the knives they hold, is not dead. The 20th century saw its near-complete triumph over the West and European civilization, over everything except the minds of a few White men and White women. These men and women, who truly understand the cosmic stakes of this struggle, are the hope of our race, the hope indeed of all future Life in the Universe. Everything that ever will be depends on them, depends on you, depends on what you do with your life.
I will continue this broadcast in part 2 of “A New Way of Thinking,” in which I will ask the questions: Are there laws of race-formation and evolution just as there are laws of motion and attraction? What do I mean when I refer to organized Jewish interests and their allies and employees as The Enemies of Life? Is that a metaphor, or something very real? What exactly do you mean by “cosmic stakes”?
So be listening next time — right here on American Dissident Voices.
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