Adolf vs. Steverino: better to pursue the necessary but “impossible” than pursue a more “possible” yet useless or destructive course of action.
Hitler quote (*):
“We must not ask if it is possible to attain this goal, but whether it is necessary. If it is impossible, we will try it anyway and be destroyed. But if it is necessary and true, we must believe that it is possible just the same. And we need this faith. A thousand years look down on us, the future demands sacrifices.”
Note how that differs from the short-sighted idiocy of Steve Sailer, who rejects White nationalism because he assumes its goals are “impossible” to achieve. So instead he promotes “citizenism” that is not only almost as “impossible” as White nationalism but that is worse than useless – indeed actively destructive – even if achievable.
* Quoted in: Stolfi, R. H. S. Hitler: Beyond Evil and Tyranny, Prometheus Books..
A gamester commentator writes:
My country was my home. Now its a hotel. And they want me to be the waiter.
True enough, White man. What are you going to do about it? “Sitting poolside,” just won’t cut it.
I’ve started reading For My Legionaries and I’d like to note two very wonderful quotes that I’ve just come across there.
First, by Codreanu himself:
This betrayal by these politicians of their people is so frightening that, if they are still alive, the people should gouge out their eyes; if they are dead, their bones should be disinterred and burnt in public squares. Their children and grandchildren should be prosecuted, their wealth confiscated and they should be stigmatized with the epithet of “traitors’ children.”
That beautiful passage, sublime in its power and elegance, should be a guiding light to how a future White ethnostate should deal with whatever traitors, HBDers, anti-White Internet trolls, “movement” wreckers, and other absolute scum fall into its hands.
Then we have Professor Ion Gavanescul talking about the Jewish influence in Romania of the past:
…inadmissible, inconceivable monstrosities of ethnic biology…
Also to the point and brimming with truthful vigor.