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The culture pills as the five stages of grief our society has been struggling with: denial(Blue), anger(Red), bargaining(White), depression(Black), and acceptance(No pill). Pills aren't a solution, they can only treat the symptoms. They only mediate the pain while you heal and regain your strength until you no longer need them to cope. Be wary of addiction. We are strong enough to overcome it. You are strong enough to heal.

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For warrior-poets in pursuit of truth, justice and honor under the banner of the Silent Council.

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The Meaning of Life

The point in your existence is to enjoy it. The hedonist will hear in this statement permission to misbehave and sin but the good man knows what it means. Life is pain, struggle, sacrifice, betrayal and prosecution, but its on you to enjoy your battles, to smile through it no matter how hard it really gets. Yes, its tough. You are strong. If you cannot carry that weight now you will shoulder it later, when you're stronger, more skilled, wiser, more clever and with your brothers.

The value of the responsibilities you take grows with every success, and each victory is hard won. That nothing worth doing is easy rings true ad infinitum. The more you carry, the more you can carry and the easier it gets. The easier it gets the more you can achieve.

A strong individual is the foundation of a strong family, a strong family for a strong community. A family of communities is an invincible culture, a nation impervious to time itself. We may call this tradition but its coded into our DNA, genetically selected for from generation to generation, by harsh northern winters and war after brother war.

There is an element of chance but it is no mistake. It is simply destiny, the product of an eternal struggle. You are here for a reason, and there is joy and pleasure in being a part of that fight. There is no greater responsibility or nobler cause than the fathers of our fathers and the sons of our sons; the very future itself.

There is no reward for the trials of existence that you don't find for yourself. Those who never look can never see. Yet if we smile to each other as we share this weight it gets lighter for all of us, and hell gets a little less miserable and hot. Enjoy your pain and smile because you are alive. Enjoy your life.
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You Know The Thing

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are not created equal. Not in height. Not in intelligence. Not in heart and spirit. Not even in luck. Not in any way at all. The enlightenment was wrong.

If one is born with inalienable rights, he is born with no obligation or responsibility, no need to earn or maintain those rights we hold so elevated in the west. I'd level this critique directly at Jordan Peterson's lecture on selling conservatism to youths, and the need for responsibility. In nearly the same breath he puts the enlightenment values of equality on a pedestal and topples it with a demand for responsibility. There's no need to to deconstruct this, he has defeated his own argument in making a valid point.

Its true that we require that responsibility to live a meaningful life and leave the world a better place than we found it. Where is the incentive? Is man so pure and enlightened that he will work hard and sacrifice now for the future of his own accord when endless vices and distractions are not only constantly at his fingertips but worshipped by his peers?

The post-modern religion is corporate consumership, rule of the mercantile class and merchant-kings. They can buy as many knights as they need to quash you. They can quench the masses with endless delight. They sell us our food and leverage the farms and ranches with land restriction and crop control, filling stores with convenient garbage. They buy the churches virtue and their silence so their own global cathedral may cast a shadow over all of the people of the world.

Simply look around you and ask yourself if you are equal to your fellow man. Is your culture equal to others' culture? Are any nations, even under the same union, at all equal? Is a mountain a valley? Is a forest the sea?

The West is the West.

Cast off your shackles and make yourself elite alongside your brothers.
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Reflections of the Future [Part III]
 
 The truth
 
 So if its not feudalism but a corporate technocracy that the west is moving towards, what now?
 
 We cannot retreat back down the path into the past but we can keep the western spirit intact. It is enough to be a man of honor. We need not be great men but keep the company of good men who hold us to our own standards. I could tell you to eat meat, lift weights or sun your balls and that is all great advice, I do recommend it, but its more important to tell you to keep your word more than anything else. Learn traditional skills, spend time in nature and read books, yes of course but most of all tell the truth. That is enough to make you a good man, even if you are not a masculine man. Yes, strive for the David, for a strong physique and a sharp mind, but it means nothing if you do not live the honesty of the west. It is how high trust societies are built, the legacy of our lineage. In truth we find our strength, and in the resulting community we build upon that trust comes the power to maintain the resplendent culture of our ancestors. In cleaving to the truth you will find peace, a calm heart and a cool head capable of avoiding the hazards and traps your enemies would bait you into. Waste no words. Never be complete. Always tell yourself the truth.
 
 Be true.
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Reflections of the Future [Part II]
 
 Techno-theocratic Corporatism
 
 The church of science has arrived. Obey the experts based on accreditation, not merit. Whoever buys the highest degree and jumps through the hoops, tows the line and signals the most virtue sits on the council that speaks to the congregation and keep the collection plate. Also a top down system of hierarchy, the technocratic theology has specialists of their field at the top, above even the political elite and often times part of the political caste themselves, and their word is taken as gospel. Below that is the corporate system with its own hierarchies that lobby for leverage politically, fed by consumers who also work for them, effectively living their lives as brand property with no time or resources to spend elsewhere even if they wanted to, escaping into virtual reality of varying degrees, meaningful community replaced completely with parasocial relationships, plugged in when they're off the clock. Beyond the consumer(middle) class is the poor, the homeless, those spit out by the system for not being lukewarm: the canceled. The wolves keep the sheep in line for scraps from the shepherd. In this system class mobility is directly related to financial wealth but on the condition of narrative adherence on pain of deplatforming and depersoning, a permanent drop into the canceled(untouchable) caste. How dare you contradict the saints of science? You must be a denier! Small business dies and machines replace more jobs every single day. Yet this is simply an illusion for keeping the debt slave caste under heel, as the laws and restrictions do no apply to the techno-clergy, slowly taking more and shaming property and rights away from the congregation, widening the gap and the debt for generations to come. You will own nothing. You will wear a mask. You will eat bugs. You will take the medicine. You will live in a pod. You will not drive a car. You will have no weapons.
 
 This is a soft power system with a monopoly on violence, armed with shaming, social ostracization and mobbing, fueled by virtue signaling inclusivity and tolerance of mental illness, passivity and deception. The Matriarchy.
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Reflections of the Future [Part I]
 
 Feudalism
 
 I see the term Feudalism thrown about carelessly as of late, in specific referring to the great reset and tech elites. It seems worth addressing and an interesting topic to me as well. Are the elite trying to force a new feudalism where you will own nothing, eat the bug burger and live in a pod? To answer that we first must define feudalism as best we can. Traditionally throughout the pre-enlightenment West it is a top down hierarchical system with three or four tiers. At the top we have a king or monarch who distributed lands to nobles in exchange for military service and is mixed with the manorial system, in which peasants or surfs lived on the vassals land and were subject to what is effectively a rent in either labor, goods or payment in exchange for military protection. The Crown> Nobles> Vassals> Peasants. The details were not set in stone and varied from manor to manor, from lord to lord, estate to estate and vassal to vassal, with different degrees of free tenants(peasants) and tax levels, holdings, etc. In some cases the church was heavily involved as well. Another well known feudal society in fairly recent history was Japan, arranged down the same lines by different names with shoguns initially under the hereditary Emperor(when there was one). There was little to no class mobility but if your vassal was good, your life as a pleasant was good, and if you were displeased with the crown as a noble you and your bros could dethrone him or leave for a new kingdom(or both). The key to all the variations of feudalism and the takeaway is simplicity itself: the oath(homage & fealty). A man is only as good as his word.
 
 Does this sound at all like the bugman's consoomer utopia? So then what is the system beyond our current neoliberal corporatism?
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Wild West Pimp Style

The birth of America, much like its brother Canada, was as a colony. By very nature of the concept or a colony it has no culture, no aims or purpose of its own, but derives these things from it's mother country's soil. For America that is Britain & Ireland with the German Fatherland. They were not forged initially in blood and have no concept of politics and the power struggle of war, in great part due to their lack of tradition. The culture of the south grew from a mix of cultures alien to each other and was entirely concerned with economy, not the wellbeing of the state and its people. The north was even less of a nation. With no true ruling class and at the whim of the banker, anyone can become an American, regardless of the language they speak or culture they keep, sub-societies which altogether fractured the colonies further. Then we stretched out west, past the great plains, into the land we purchased with the power we've since squandered on the world stage, and established an identity of our own, of the rugged man who carves out the land on horse back with his rifle by his side; with a language, a solid set of traditions, a meaningful lineage with unique mannerisms beyond what the mother and fatherlands provided with the founding stock, as much of an identity and culture as that of Tokyo or London, Berlin or Shanghai. We fought the wars of the land and came to know the power struggle, the way of the world as battle after battle, and the desert made us strong. Our sheriffs and judges made for a ruling class, more than the legalese of the east and conquered south, men who directly involved themselves in the protection of each neo-feudal county-state, tolerating no foreign political action nor occupation. It was the 1890s that saw to its suffocation we see today, smothered by immigration, inclusion by "diversity", the rape of the land and its people by an utterly corrupt banking union marauding as a united empire but actively destroying its contents from one coast to the other for the benefit of people not its own; anyone but Americans. We cannot go back, but we can revive that potent culture and its strong traditions. Cowboy up. 

The Wild West was peak American culture, neo-feudal county-states with rich traditions and a healthy view of the world both macro- and micro-cosmically. The meta-modern wild west would see a return to traditional skills, masculinity complimented by femininity, courtesy and chivalry unrivaled by any other honor culture, and a healthy fusion of technology and nature with respect for the future of both.
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The Basics

Get to the point where you're comfortable anywhere, with anything. Find that peace within yourself so you can exist no matter what happens, so that you thrive in the chaos and the calm. Learn to let the muddy torrent settle without falling into it when it gets deep. Make yourself the best that you can possibly be and still do better tomorrow. Never be complete.

A man is only as good as his word. As men we do not need to force things for our word is a promise of that force. Our force is for those who cannot handle words and would default to violence, those who would do us wrong for their benefit, those who rule without the consent of the governed. History shows us the benevolent king cares for his people and the tyranical father devours those he cannot control and is eventually dethroned. It is time for us to seperate honorably and legally, and maintain what peace and dignity we have left, so as to repair our republic and avoid any further decline. May we be good neighbors but from different sides of the fence. Let us go.
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