“Yes, the prison camps will have WiFi.”


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“Yes, the prison camps will have WiFi.”

Modernity and consumerism has it’s upsides, I suppose.  Plasma televisions, competitive pay rates which reward merit, and the freedom to purchase anything which the heart desires go a long way in making life more enjoyable.  The exhilaration and validation of watching the store clerk bring out your brand new 50″ plasma screen television makes all other concerns pale in comparison, which is sort of the problem because nothing else is important when we’re busy spending our money on personal luxuries.

Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy having nice things like computers, surround sound stereos and digital cameras, but let’s not lose sight of the bigger picture here.  The battle for our Faith, Race and Nation are the only important things in life, everything else is just icing on the cake.  Marxism and Consumerism dance along hand-in-hand, and it’s not shy about changing masks to suit the season either.

Student groups and “grassroots” political activism organizations wear the mask of Christianity and “Western Ideals” all for the stated purpose of “defending freedom” and “fighting big government,” but what they’re really doing is pushing two varieties of Marxism.  Would you like to have regular, or soft served?  That’s the state of America’s “astroturf politics.”  Consider the following mission statement from a popular college organization.

“We are the [name deleted]. We recognize the God-given natural rights of life, liberty, and property set forth by our Founding Fathers. Our country was created to protect the freedoms of the individual and be directed by We the People.

We recognize that freedom requires responsibility, and therefore we hold ourselves to a high standard of character and conduct. Integrity motivates our action. Principle defines our outlook towards government. Peace and prosperity drive our ambitions towards our countrymen.”

This quote was taken from Young Americans for Liberty, and I purposely deleted their name from the quote to show how appealing the language is.  We could insert “National Socialist White Workers Party” and it would sound just as good.

I visited one of their call-outs at Indiana University a while back, and the whole bunch is not much different from the Occupy movement.  The only difference was the YAL crowd likes to dress better and is a little more soft spoken.  Otherwise, their political platforms and ideals are identical, and the IU chapter has also picked up the local flavor of social justice and racial equality activism that their Occupy counterparts live and breathe on.  The only qualitative difference between the two is how loudly they ask for redistribution of material goods.

YAL positions itself as fitting in somewhere within the patriot movement, but all of it’s goals are for materialist ends.

“WE, as Young Americans for Liberty believe:

that government is the negation of liberty;

that voluntary action is the only ethical behavior;

that respect for the individual’s property is fundamental to a peaceful society;

that violent action is only warranted in defense of one’s property;

that the individual owns his/her body and is therefore responsible for his/her actions;

that society is a responsibility of the people, not the government.”

This is what one of the most popular college groups for Libertarians is fighting for.  YAL’s entire world view is about decreasing restrictions on a person’s right to consume, and increasing a person’s materialistic aims.  The more well known FreedomWorks isn’t much better.

YAL and Occupy are not different organizations, they are two different expressions of the same face: Marxism.

Italian philosopher and esotericist Julius Evola would most definitely not approve of YAL.

“The materialistic view of life on which both [Marxism and Capitalism] are based is identical; both of their ideals are qualitatively identical, including the premises connected to a world the center of which is constituted of technology, science, production, ‘productivity,’ and ‘consumption.'”

As Evola explained, the economy cannot and must not be our destiny.  The search for comfort and pleasure in a consumer lifestyle is blinding and stops us from realizing that the world around us is being turned into an open air prison camp where our dignity and rights are stripped away; a world where there is no respect for our race, faith and nation; a world free of visible hardships.  Above all else, worshiping a consumer lifestyle produces that dreaded quality in Americans which make us so well suited to being called, “sheeple.”

Who needs slavery when we, the people, rise at 6:00am promptly five days a week; rush through a hastily cooked breakfast to make a 30 minute commute to work; slave away for eight to ten hours a day with a 15 minute lunch break; endure a 45 minute drive back to our “homes” in the suburbs; and then amuse ourselves with YouTube videos of Corgi Dogs doing belly-flops?

There won’t be any FEMA camps.

Don’t worry, there won’t be any prison camps.

And, they most certainly are not coming to kidnap you with their black van.

Here’s why they aren’t going to put you into a FEMA camp:  They’ve already got you.  And, yes, the prison camps will have WiFi.

So long as we, the sheeple, are pleasantly distracted from the hardships of life and International Jewry’s plots of White Genocide, we will never pose a problem or hinder them in the slightest.  Thus, there is no need to put anyone into prisons– because we are already imprisoned.

Do you remember the last time that your WiFi connection cut out?  In the blink of an eye, your connection to the world was lost, your distractions and amusements were suddenly unavailable, and then the most frustrating thing of all happened– you realized that there was something more important going on in the world than Miley Cyrus’s twerking and poor grammar.

That fatal moment when we begin to suffer from hardships and misfortunes of modernity, Marxism and consumer lifestyles is the moment that we begin to develop what really matters.

Evola explains that we will not make that transformation until we endure and overcome those difficulties.

“But even at an individual level, the qualities that matter the most in a man and make him who he is often arise in harsh circumstances and even in conditions of indigence and injustice, since they represent a challenge to him, testing his spirit; what a sad contrast it is when the human animal is granted a maximum of comfort, an equal share in a mindless and ‘bovine’ happiness, an easy and comfortable life filled with gadgets, radio, and TV programs, planes, Hollywood, sports arenas, and popular culture at the level of Reader’s Digest.”

We all have a different calling in life, and giving ourselves to the indulgence of consumerism while the dangers of Marxism further encroach on us limits how well we can realize our own potential.  The  goal of life is not to accumulate wealth and a grand variety of personal possessions; the goal must be to fully realize the most basic parts of our identity, that of our faith, race and nation.

This goal, as Evola explains, “Against all forms of resentment and social competition, every person should acknowledge and love his station in life, which best corresponds to his own nature, thus acknowledging limits within which he can develop his potential; and should give an organic sense to his life and achieve its perfection, since an artisan who perfectly fulfills his function is certainly superior to a king who does not live up to his dignity.”

The most basic station of life which we all have is the only one which we are born with.  It is our Tribal Identity.  We are not members of the American Tribe of Sheeple, we are the heirs and kinsmen of explorers, conquerors and inventors.  Use your WiFi connection to educate yourself and learn that truth, and break from the chains of Marxism.


  • Prrride

    Very interesting article.

    I was a hardcore libertarian for a very long time. Then I woke up. I wish I had read this article a few years ago, had it been written.

    Thanks!

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By: Thomas Buhls



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