The Nascent Beginning of Nationalism

The nascent Beginning of Nationalism

The origins of Life are consistent with the passage and evolution of its forms of Politics and Nation building; the first and foremost responsibility of each early individual was to his immediate family and, by extension, those nearest to him, this was his Folk-family, his Race. Any Nation, which was thereby considered and established by him, belonged to him in the only way possible:

By right of Birth.

 

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 3,379

It is said that we all are products of the Past. Everything we are, or can be, has been gifted to us by those who have gone before.

This is the first cause of all Nationalists. More precisely, this is the belief and knowledge of all Racial Nationalists who are called to stem the tide of suicide, murder, and retardation of their people who, as is known by all Nationalists, are their nation, entire, each belonging, by right of birth, that ever present gift, to that Once, and Future West.

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Prophetic Words On The Inevitable Struggle: How the West was Won

Prophetic Words On The Inevitable Struggle:

How the West was Won

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 7,237

[Editor’s Note: It is always profitable to look backwards, as it were, and see through the eyes of certain individuals who, as most have never been, in the ‘eye of the storm’, and given a certain perspective, that is then gifted to those with the ability to understand.

In going back over a work, written almost 30 years ago, We felt it timely, if it were presented, that those involved in our native conflagration, our struggle, might better view the over-all imperatives with which we are faced.

Rise of The West is such a work.

We extend, once again, our thanks to the Author, a stalwart defender of the West. The Staff]

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The American West, in a strictly cultural sense, is broken up into distinct Nations.

At first glance, many who read this will wonder just what is being said, having no formal instruction other than what little they think they know from television and government ‘think tanks’. It is said that there are forty-eight ‘united states’ [within the Continental U.S.] but that each, voluntarily, make up the Nation as a political unit. In a purely political sense, this is apparent, yet, what is spoken of here is the precise components of biological nations, which inhabit that political unit called ‘america’. Each race-culture, such as Afro-american, Asian-american, Amer-Indian, Mexican-american, ad nauseum, constitute ‘specific’ [biological] nations which act, perform, congregate, celebrate, and decide political, moral, and social issues predicated upon those that are part of their particular race-culture in question. This is political reality.

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The Puritan Intellectual Tradition in America: Part 3

The Puritan Intellectual Tradition in America, Part 3: Was the 1924 Immigration Law Too Little, Too Late?

Word Count 1,939

 

Concluding Thoughts on the Puritan Intellectual Tradition in America

Kevin MacDonald

An interesting feature of Puritanism is the tendency to pursue utopian causes framed as moral issues—their susceptibility to utopian appeals to a ‘higher law’ and the belief that the principal purpose of government is moral. New England was the most fertile ground for “the perfectability of man creed,” and the “father of a dozen ‘isms.’”[1] There was a tendency to paint political alternatives as starkly contrasting moral imperatives, with one side portrayed as evil incarnate—inspired by the devil. Puritan moral intensity can also be seen in their “profound personal piety”[2]—their intensity of commitment to live not only a holy life, but also a sober and industrious life.

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The Puritan Intellectual Tradition in America: Part 1

The Puritan Intellectual Tradition in America, Part 1: Nineteenth-Century Optimism and Utopian Idealism

Word Count 2,227
Kevin MacDonald

This is about a pernicious strand of European thinking that is an important component of the crisis we face today—the Puritan strand of American thought which dominated America until the 1960s counter-cultural revolution. The synopsis is that in the nineteenth century, Puritan-descended intellectuals engaged in utopian, idealistic fantasies, often with moralistic overtones. Then after the Civil War, this type of thinking went into disfavor, replaced by Darwinian thinking which reached its apex in the battle over immigration, ending with the passage of the 1924 law. However, this intellectual shift was eradicated by the Jewish-dominated intellectual movements I discuss in The Culture of Critique.

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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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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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