The Struggle

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Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live.

-Adolf Hitler

 

Life is struggle. Even to stand up is a struggle against the law of gravity and I think that the joy in life is in the struggle itself- not the victory- because if it were we’d all lose. We’re all gonna croak. We all lose the battle of life so if you can’t find fun in the fight to live and live to the fullest then you’re a failure already, before you even start/

-George Lincoln Rockwell

 

The foolish man thinks he will live forever if he keeps away from fighting; but old age won’t grant him a truce, even if the spears do.

Hávamál, st. 16

Earlier in the week, I was speaking with Erika about the personal struggles that I have gone through to get me where I am today. In this conversation, she brought up- in her usual, long-winded way- the concept of “venerating the struggle and recognizing it as something that is inexplicably linked to the human experience.” Every person who has made a real impact in the world had to struggle, and we are no exception. Jesus struggled, the Führer struggled, your ancestors struggled, even the Gods struggled! Life is constant hardship, and to shy away from that fact is to deny your nature as a living being. It is very common for the modern human to run from discomfort or pain, simply because, unlike our ancestors, we can. Our brains are wired to do what requires the least amount of energy and effort, and it is very hard to overcome that urge, even when failing to do so can bring about disastrous consequences. However, when I say “struggle.” I do not only mean that which is self-imposed. We have all gone through hardship that is beyond our control, be it due to finances, health problems, or our fellow man. To meet these issues head-on and to do what must be done is the ultimate expression of the strength of our people: When we do this, we bring honor to both our ancestors and our descendants.

The concept that a life can be lived to its full potential when one rejects the eternal struggle of nature is obvious folly. Whether one hides from duty through sloth, overindulgence, or cowardice matters not, for the crime is all the same. One who refuses to struggle is one who is living only half of a life and will inevitably die unfulfilled. No matter how often we run from the chaos of life, it will find us- and if you die with your back to that challenge you will never be seen as anything more than another coward. To meet life and its hardships honorably is infinitely preferable to living out your days always looking over your shoulder.

So what does this mean for us specifically? It is the duty of the woman to live and love fearlessly: to take risks, to go out of our way to do what is right, and to stand up for our families and our race whenever we can. In some ways this is simple: keeping a healthy garden, family, and home when it would be far easier not to, for example… Or perhaps homeschooling your children when sending them to a public school would be less of a strain on yourself. In other ways, this can be more difficult: Standing up for one’s race and worldview can be tantamount to social suicide and can even lead to physical attacks and loss of life in today’s broken world! Despite this, we must always adhere to what is right. While we should seek to keep ourselves safe for the sake of bringing life to the next generation, when the worst does come to pass the broken and battered body of a white woman laid low by antifa or racially inferior thugs would only spur on our brothers and sisters in this endless fight for our survival. Hiding and covering ones weakness with the facade of “flying under the radar,” for whatever reason, is not an option. This struggle is ours- and we must not back down!

Sieg Heil!

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