Dr. William Luther Pierce (September 11, 1933 – July 23, 2002) will forever be remembered as one of the last great characters who contributed to National Socialism, both ideologically and spiritually, transcending this Weltanschauung to a truly cosmic dimension, in which our struggle for racial survival becomes one with the momentum of the eternal life force, that will eventually prevail against the decline and death currently engulfing our world.
His sudden death might have ended the organization he once built from scratch, but as much as National Socialism survived the scorching fires of the world war just to emerge renewed and purified, so do the ideas of Dr. Pierce remain as a guidance for our as well as future generations, who are the disciples and defenders of eternal life.
Some of his works/essays can be read here:
It is therefore our task to awaken once again the sense of the divine, to make the calling to motherhood the way through which the German woman will see her calling to be mother of the nation. She will then not live her life selfishly, but rather in service to her people.
—Gertrud Scholtz-Klink (via hyperb0rean)
“All great love does not want love: it wants more.”
—F. Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra: Part Four, “On the Higher Man,” §16 (excerpt).
When I made my post about „D-Day“, two days ago, a few of my followers were confused if I meant to absolve soldiers of the Red Army, who perpetrated numberless war crimes against German soldiers and civilians alike, by saying they too ought to be treated with respect and dignity.
Well, excuse me, but I am not aware of any Soviet soldier storming up the beaches of Normandy, on the 6 of June, 1944. If you carefully read my post, then it ought to be obvious that I was addressing the soldiers involved in the battles taking place on (and after) “D-Day”, in Normandy: Soldiers of the German Reich, of the United Kingdom, of the United States of America, and to a lesser extent, of other Nations. Soldiers of European descent. Soldiers who could have been brothers, because they share a mutual Ancestry, if they were not made to be enemies by those who wanted to vanquish the German Reich at all costs, even if this means the utter destruction of Europe.
Soldiers of the Red Army were neither descendants of Europe nor did they take part in “D-Day”, hence it is self-evident why I have not mentioned any of them, to begin with.
Last but not least, you can find posts on my blog dealing with the war crimes of the Red Army and thus my stance on this topic ought to be beyond questioning.