The Silent Brothers ~ Legacy of Defiance Chapter I

The Silent Brothers ~ Legacy of Defiance

[Over the last several Months, we have had an upsurge in requests for more information and material on a written Work that, for many, has much historical and persistent value about the state of our European ethos; more specifically, our American ethos.

We have highlighted this Author before, and Frank L. DeSilva is known by many as a comrade of Robert J. Mathews and David Eden Lane, and has written extensively on Philosophy, race, and Social sciences. He has begun to tell the story, the True Story, of the Silent Brothers or Bruder Schweigen, in which so much of this Story has brought us all to where we are, today. With so much going on today, with so many articulate and young spokesmen and women, it is always important to maintain a certain continuity, a memory, a Legacy if you will, so that one will always be able to gauge where, or how far, we have all come, in this continuing story of a Future West.

We are not sure how much material we will be highlighting, but whatever the amount, We here, at Foundations, have enjoyed every word. The Staff]

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 3,224

Chapter I

On a cool and windy morning, in the deep canyons of Arizona, a whisper of voices carried, hauntingly, across the undulating river; irregular outcroppings of massive rocks protruding through the icy-blue waters, adding the weight of years and memory and adding, also, to the majesty that was the Grand Canyon. It was my first prolonged trip to this area of my homeland, although I had driven through it many times; it was now that I found myself amongst some of the oldest of memories – the great canyon, made by extreme force, pressure, and violence was now peaceful, tranquil, and created a sense of beauty and harmony.

The year was 1980.

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Re-Visiting An Amendment to the Constitution: Averting the Decline and Fall of America

Amendment to the Constitution: Averting the Decline and Fall of America

Word Count 20,157

[Editor’s Note: The daily call for ‘change’ in the heart of the West, mostly by cultural-marxists, and honest ‘radical leftists’, those that bear the brunt of the common acceptance of revolutionary conduct and philosophy, has markedly become a part of the national dialogue in recent years. While this dialogue never really went away, the change in tactics by the right of center or White Nationalists/Alt-right milieu, has also changed in tenor and delivery.

Some of these changes have produced fruit, and some have withered on the vine.

The momentum of the Right, as opposed to ‘conservatives’ has, once again, run into the cul-de-sac of  ‘public action’ versus that of the mendacious and tedious world of legality, that is, Institutional legality. This is a political machine, mostly. The common-law of the Anglo-Saxon, precedent has, in the past 50 years, taken second-place to those who parse the elements of Law, and substitute those laws, or rather, insert these laws, to coalesce one political party against  the other.

Law and Institution, however, is part of the reality that Nationalists find themselves.

What to Do?

Below is a Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, presented around 1985, and made a small, yet visceral circuit, for a a decade. It makes interesting reading. The philosophy and intent, however, if taken at face value, is still a wake-up call. However one discerns this presentation, it is the right time, at least in the United States, to re-visit this proposition. We lean, once again, on the Work of Frank L. DeSilva, of which this is a partial excerpt, and thank him for his efforts.

The Staff]

Amendment to the Constitution:

Averting the Decline and

Fall of America

PREFACE

When the fate of a nation is imperiled from within its own ranks, and from aliens who have joined its ranks, and within the space of one or two generations, the society established by its forefathers has been riven from its frame, the guardians of that nation must take action to defend their people from their own destructive elements and repair their defects, or be held responsible before God and man for their inaction. America is such a nation; the 80’s are a part of such a generation and our local elected officials are the guardians of whom I speak.

The purpose of this text is to remind this generation of its obligations to its country, to enlighten it in some measure as to its defects and destructive elements, and to present a plan to correct them. Subjects discussed herein may be considered by some to be sensitive and even outrageous, but the incensed and outraged will be those who by their action or at times by their very presence within the nation were themselves outrageous and controversial twenty years ago.1 The course of action recommended by this text is a constitutional amendment presented to the several states through a convention called by Congress upon petition by the several states through their legislatures, who would have the foremost responsibility for action, that this text is primarily directed.

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Evola’s Nietzschean Ethics: A Code of Conduct for the Higher Man in Kali Yuga

Evola’s Nietzschean Ethics:
A Code of Conduct for the Higher Man in Kali Yuga

5,808 words

The subtitle of the English translation of Julius Evola’s Ride the Tiger (Cavalcare la Tigre) promises that it offers “A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul.”[1] As a result, one comes to the work with the expectation that it will constitute a kind of “self-help book” for Traditionalists, for “men against time.” One expects that Evola will offer moral support and perhaps even specific instructions for revolting against the modern world. Unfortunately, the subtitle proves misleading. Ride the Tiger is primarily devoted to an analysis of aspects of the present age of decline (the Kali Yuga): critiques of relativism, scientism, modern art, modern music, and of figures like Heidegger and Sartre; discussions of the decline of marriage, the relation between the sexes, drug use, and so forth. Many of the points Evola makes in this volume are made in his other works, sometimes at greater length and more lucidly.

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Jordan Peterson and ‘The Sin of Pride’

The Sin of Pride

2,104 words

I like Dr. Jordan Peterson. I have watched almost all of his YouTube videos, and listened to many of his interviews. I even have a ticket to one of his upcoming events.  He explains complex religious and psychological concepts in a way that is intellectually satisfying. Often these are truths that I believed but could not explain how or why. His explorations of Carl Jung and ancient literature—closely paralleling the work of Joseph Campbell—make reading more enjoyable and exciting. He helps make learning easier for students. There is no higher praise I can think of to offer a professor.

His prominence, however, does not make him infallible. In his applications of ancient archetypal truths to modern contexts—a difficult task for even the wisest among us—Peterson has mischaracterized the arguments for White Nationalism, and collective identity in general. It is a fairly typical criticism of collective identity, and so it is worth looking at a demonstrative quotation with a magnifying glass.

In one recent instance, Dr. Peterson was presented with the following quote from Dr. Ricardo Duchesne:

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The Song of Albion: What Dreams May Come?

The Song of Albion: What Dreams May Come?

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 5,896

Song of Albion

[Note: This is an excerpt from Song of Albion, a Work penned by the Author many years ago. It is a ‘historical’ Work, insofar as the flow of History has passed the original draft with many  an un-foreseen occurance in the Life of the West. Strange, however, Truth seems to care little of our accounting of Time, and this Work was prescient, indeed, much more has happened in the West, which proves the validity of this, dare We say it, Prophetic analysis. The Staff]

In today’s world of overreaching denial of Western race-culture, the almost demonic zeal with which our young are denied their own history, in favor of the non-western, is more than dismal – it is an evil thing, a thing which, by most accounts, has changed the very actualizations of the children of the West, for their heroes are not of their stock, their perceptions of beauty, counterfeits of the real expression of their future mates, the roles of masculinity and nobility being given to superficial, banal, and sociologically different types of men and women. This is more than dangerous, and will, in all likelihood, be discounted by many, but it is always a good thing to prove a postulation: So, I urge you, the reader – no, I dare you, to look to your own children, compare them with yourself, and then to your father or grandfather, and see just how far they, and you, have strayed. I dare you.

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First Awakening Conference: Living Within A Myth

Ruuben Kaalep

1,974 words

[Editor’s Note:

This is the text of Ruuben Kaalep’s talk from the first Awakening Conference, which was held in Helsinki on April 8, 2018.]

Our ancestors knew that we live within a myth. This myth has not ended with the passing of our ancestors; this myth never ended. Deep inside we know the magic that is our people, our nation, our tribe, our race, our culture, our ethnos. What we are is magical, because all our folk songs, legends, mythology, all the mysteries about our ancestors point to something. They all point to someplace where we come from and where we will return. Awakening is understanding that we never left this place. The national awakening, this spring that Europe is beginning to experience, that Estonia is experiencing, that Finland will experience, this national awakening that we live to bring about is magic itself, it is myth itself.

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The Logos of Ethnic Nationalism: The Meaning of Enlightenment (Part I)

The Logos of Ethnic Nationalism:

In an Age of Chaos,

What is the Meaning of Enlightenment?

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 4,359

Unity
Indivisible

It was self-evident, many generations ago, that the introduction of chaos, that perniciouand ever-present design of nature was, in fact, being aided and abetted by the ‘human condition’, namely, that the psychological interactions of tribes and peoples were, to say the least, at odds with one another. Moreover, the implications, at least to the modern 21st Century observers has, to date, been met with a sense of trepidation and denial.

Psychology is a tricky subject.

As the data suggests, the markers of hereditary intelligence (known for millennia, and codified by scientists since the 18th Century), behavioral influences, early growth periods, trauma, and internal chemistry (or dysfunction therein) have, in no small way, mapped out the interactions, intra-personal relationships, as well as the intra-Cultural relationships, between the various Peoples of our reality, that is, the mechanisms of human and emotional development which, in the short-term, mark us all Human.

In the long-term, however these relationships and developments progress, or will be slowed, by the way we see these relationships extending, by implication, far into the Future, is a matter of conception and self-actualization.

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