Action and Causal Network
Some proclaim the merits and virtues of Action. Fine, there’ll be no disagreement here. But one must to be careful not to suppose that Action of any worth only takes one Form. Each has his method, and this plurality begets the very dynamism that makes Action worthwhile.
I wrote earlier that a convergence of phenomena spawn revolution (or words to that effect). No social revolution in history has had a single cause. It is silly to suppose one method, or one Form of Action will spawn one today. Action - in all and any Form - must not specify an end (for rarely is it possible to predict a specific result from a single factor), but hope to lay a foundation from which new circumstances will spring.
It is folly for a man to pray to the gods for that which he has the power to obtain by himself.
"Spiritual" - even this term is cemented in the material, with its connotations to religion: the earthly means via which man attempts to transcend the material.
Strive to maximise the time that you are not in the presence if others.
Western ‘New Right’ man is becoming increasingly short sighted and ‘consequentialist’ in his view on love. Seeking only a mate with whom to ensure the survival of the white race (I do hope my bitter, mocking tone is not entirely lost here) he renders his manner of thinking to the material. Blood is half the battle. His horizon is short term. He fails to envision a future where he awakes to a wrinkled woman, the creases on her face accentuated by the kind smile with which she bids him good morning before rising to check on the grandchildren; whose worn, knobbly hands, dotted with age marks, prepare his eggs before she readies herself for church, tucking her silver hair away under a patterned headscarf. His dearest friend.
Stoicism and the Right
Rightist philosophy is doomed to pessimism. Not only is an opposition movement riding against a tide, thought of inevitable civilisational decline, of Kali Yuga, etc. serves to morally fatigue and make one wonder, “Is it worth fighting if we see no positive results and aren’t even sure if a positive result is possible?”
In short: Yes. It is worth it.
Too often people are demoralised (and reasonably so) in seeing no positive result from their input. But one’s expectations are often too high, and hope for visible positive outcome Y direct from input X is thoroughly unreasonable in the social/political field.
Revolutionary phenomena are largely the result of a combination of converging factors under a set of circumstances. Small acorns, etc.
The atomic actions of individuals, groups, or movements are just that: atomic. But despite their singular insignificance they may serve to converge into something fundamentally important. It is for this that we should hope, despite the likelihood of not living to see the possible effects. And if they do amount to nothing, well, we’ll never know, so we may as well try.