Below are quotes, sayings or excerpts which you may or may not derive interest and wisdom from. Indulge...

  • 'The world is so empty if one thinks only of mountains and rivers, but to know that there is someone who though distant is close in spirit, makes the world an inhabited paradise.'
    -Johann Wolfgang Goethe (August 28, 1749 – March 22, 1832)


  • 'When we have learned to read the runes which God has engraved on our souls, then we can answer the ultimate questions.'
    -Dr. William Luther Pierce (September 11, 1933 – July 23, 2002)


  • 'There are people in the German Faith Movement who are intelligent enough not only to believe, but to know, that the god of the Germans is Wotan and not the Christian God.'
    -Dr. Carl Jung (July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961), 1936


  • 'Presidents are selected, not elected.'
    -Franklin D. Roosevelt, straight from the devil's mouth.


  • 'There's a plot in this country to enslave every man, woman and child. Before I leave this high and noble office, I intend to expose this plot.'
    -American president John F. Kennedy, seven days before his assassination.


  • 'Many things can be forgiven in this world, so we teach the SS man, but one thing can never be forgiven: disloyalty. He who breaks loyalty, excludes himself from our society.
    This is so, because loyalty is a function of the heart, not of the head. The head may err, and this is sometimes damaging, but it is never beyond repair. The heart, on the other hand, is required to always beat the same rhythm, and when it stops, a man dies in the same way that a people dies, - when it breaks loyalty.
    We are speaking here of loyalty of every kind; loyalty to the Führer and therefore to the German and Germanic people, and to their wisdom and their ways; loyalty to the blood, hence to our ancestors, uncles, and to our clan or ethnicity; loyalty to our comrades; and finally loyalty to the unchanging laws of good breeding, - of cleanliness and chivalry.
    A man sins against loyalty and honor not only when he passively permits his own or the Schutzstaffel's [SS] honor to be compromised, but above all, when he fails to respect the honor of others, when he derides the things that others hold sacred, or when he unmanfully and indecently fails to come to the defense of the weak, the helpless, and those not present to defend themselves.'
    -Heinrich Himmler, January 15, 1941


  • 'Attach yourself to the essential—to the eternal. And never worry about happiness—neither your own nor that of other men; but accomplish your task, and help others achieve theirs, provided that it does not thwart your own.'
    -Savitri Devi.


  • 'The Germans, however, do not consider it consistent with the grandeur of celestial beings to confine the gods within walls, or to liken them to the form of any human countenance. They consecrate woods and groves, and they apply the names of deities to the abstraction which they see only in spiritual worship.'
    -Taken from 'Germania', a book written by the Roman historian Publius Cornelius Tacitus around 98 CE.


  • 'But the worst enemy you can meet will always be yourself; you lie in wait for yourself in caverns and forests. Lonely one, you are going the way to yourself! And your way goes past yourself, and past your seven devils! You will be a heretic to yourself and witch and soothsayer and fool and doubter and unholy one and villain. You must be ready to burn yourself in your own flame: how could you become new, if you had not first become ashes?'
    -Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra


  • 'The Self cannot be pierced by weapons or burned by fire; water cannot wet it, nor can the wind dry it. The Self cannot be pierced or burned, made wet or dry. It is everlasting and infinite, standing on the motionless foundations of eternity. The Self is unmanifested, beyond all thought, beyond all change. Knowing this, you should not grieve.'
    -The Bhagavad Gita (2:23-25)


  • 'Someday, when all your civilization and science are likewise swept away, your kind will pray for a man with a sword.'
    -Robert E. Howard, Rogues In The House (1934)


    [Above: Harry Patch]

  • 'I felt then, as I feel now, that the politicians who took us to war should have been given the guns and told to settle their differences themselves, instead of organizing nothing better than legalized mass murder.'
    -Harry Patch, British WWI veteran and one of the last surviving soldiers of WWI. At the time of his death, he was 111 years, 1 month, 1 week and 1 day! Patch was the third-oldest man in the world and the oldest man in Europe.

    He was also quoted in The Sunday Times, on November 7, 2004, saying:

  • 'When the war ended, I don't know if I was more relieved that we'd won or that I didn't have to go back. Passchendaele was a disastrous battle – thousands and thousands of young lives were lost. It makes me angry. Earlier this year, I went back to Ypres to shake the hand of Charles Kuentz, Germany's only surviving veteran from the war. It was emotional. He is 107. We've had 87 years to think what war is. To me, it's a licence to go out and murder. Why should the British government call me up and take me out to a battlefield to shoot a man I never knew, whose language I couldn't speak? All those lives lost for a war finished over a table. Now what is the sense in that?'

    This next quote is from a book Patch wrote about his experiences, called The Last Fighting Tommy:

  • 'We came across a lad from A company. He was ripped open from his shoulder to his waist by shrapnel and lying in a pool of blood. When we got to him, he said: 'Shoot me'. He was beyond human help and, before we could draw a revolver, he was dead. And the final word he uttered was 'Mother.' I remember that lad in particular. It's an image that has haunted me all my life, seared into my mind.'

    Patch rightly described war as the 'calculated and condoned slaughter of human beings' and said that 'war isn't worth one life.'


    Below are three quotes from the communist 'hero' Che Guevara. Pretty ironic that the system pushes how cool he is, and how pop culture teaches young people that he is 'hip'.

  • 'The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving, which has pursued him as far as this corner of America and drives him to advance himself, even independently of his own individual aspirations.'

  • 'We’re going to do for blacks exactly what blacks did for the revolution. By which I mean: nothing.'

  • 'Mexicans are a band of illiterate Indians.'
    -Che Guevara


  • 'Anyone can deal with victory. Only the mighty can bear defeat.'
    -Adolf Hitler


  • 'When the rich die, they lose their pleasure;

    When slaves die, they lose their pain. For the slave, death is his freedom.

    So, there is no choice but to fight for freedom, for in either victory or death... we win!'
    -David Eden Lane


  • 'Nothing is given for nothing. In politics, money is delivered in the form of manacles.'
    -Leon Degrelle, 'Hitler Democrat' (page 96)


  • 'Often in the nights of bitterness
    I see the oak of Wotan surrounded by a silent lightning
    Forging a union with mystical forces.
    The Moon in its bewitching magic inscribes runes.
    Those who during the day were soiled
    Become purified by this magic formula.
    Thus the false are separated from the genuine
    And I arrive at a phalanx of swords.'
    -Adolf Hitler, written in a trench one night in 1915, during his service in WWII


  • 'Somewhere a group of young workers at a large factory have gathered.
    The Führer steps before them and looks each deep into his eyes.
    He turns to one of the young workers and asks:

    "Are you a member of the party?"
    "No."
    "Are you an S. A. Man?"
    "No, I belong to the labor front."
    "What were you before?" the Führer asks after a pause.

    The blond young man lowers his gaze, then says nervously:
    "I was a young communist, my Führer!"
    The words are hard for him to say.
    The Führer takes his hand and says with a smile, "But today you are all with me, my young people."
    Blushing, the young man answers: "By God, you can count on us, my Führer!"
    --The Führer and the German People, Dr. Otto Dietrich


  • 'And time rolls on … and every empty day that slowly fades away, as uneventful as any other one, into the mist of unrecorded history, brings us, along our strenuous way, nearer the heart’s desire of the revengeful, nearer the doom of those whom we resist, nearer the unfailing end of this atrocious night, nearer the yet well-hidden goal for which we fight,—the one unchanging dream for which we live, while we never forget, never forgive.

    And time rolls on... and every dreary hour that passes by into eternity, glaringly shows the soundness of our claim, and tells the world the inanity of Thy enemies’ victory, while bringing Thy dismembered Nation new strength and new prosperity, new hopes of unity, with the increasing certainty of our return to power, and both our persecutors further fears of unavoidable annihilation.

    And thus we march invincibly towards our lofty Aim, along the Way of blood and tears. It matters not what price we gave, it matters not what price we shall yet give, to see all those who hated Thee descend into the grave after they groan under our whip for years and years,—while we never forget, never forgive.

    And time rolls on... and every passing second brings us further away from the long nightmare of defeat; nearer the glory of our dawning Day; nearer the time we shall begin again; nearer the morn of Thy unending reign, when Thy adoring People will repeat the now forbidden words of faith and pride in frenzied spell-like cheers, and when, for countless scores of years, the nations of the West that have refused to side with Thee, and fight the common foe, and live, will lie in ruins at our feet,—while we never forget, never forgive.

    And time rolls on... With us, they had not reckoned, when setting forth their vast utopian schemes. They thought Thee dead, and us also; they thought our faith had slackened; they thought,—the fools—they could rely upon our loyalties to values which we hate; they thought they could send us to die, without us ever asking why, while we had grown too weary to say "no." They thought they had become the masters of our fate; but here we rise, and here we stand, and give the world to understand that we shall never fight but for our same old dreams: for honour and for might, and what we know is right; for the joy of asserting the privileges of our birth; for Thee, for Greater Germany, for Aryan rule upon this earth—the Gospel of perennial Truth in its new form, which we came to proclaim, and, which is more, to live, while we never forget, never forgive.

    And time rolls on... Nothing can break our spirit, nor alter our allegiance to Thee and to the German Reich, home of the best, stronghold and hope of Aryan mankind in the West. Of all Thy enemies might say or do to gain our favour that they so require, nothing can shake our faith, nothing can ever mar our loyalty to the old oath; nothing can kill our will to rise again. Every new step the former "great Allies" take towards us we meet with a new grievance; no threat can force us to believe their lies; no bribery can keep our hearts from hating both.

    Happier as the storm draws nigh, we wait and watch events go by... We wait and watch the signs of war—the hopes of liberation; the coming chances of Thy Nation to seize the lead of Sunset Lands once more. And we are confident in our own strength and we are grateful to the immortal Gods who made us free, serene even in hell and loving only Thee, having nothing to lose and all to give—faithful when all become unfaithful, while we never forget, never forgive.'
    -Savitri Devi, from the beautiful and inspiring final poem from the book 'Forever and Ever'


  • 'The march of time cannot be halted; there is no question of prudent retreat or clever renunciation.
    Only dreamers believe there is a way out. Optimism is cowardice.

    We are born into this time and must bravely follow the path to the destined end. There is no other way.

    Our duty is to hold on to the lost position, without hope, without rescue, like that Roman soldier,
    whose bones were found in front of a door in Pompeii, who, during the eruption of Vesuvius,
    died at his post because they forgot to relieve him.

    That is greatness.
    That is what it means to be a thoroughbred.
    The honorable end is the one thing that cannot be taken from a man.'
    -Oswald Spengler, Der Mensch und die Technik (Munich: C.H. Beck: 1931), pages 86-89.


  • 'My coming to England in this way is, as I realize, so unusual that nobody will easily understand it. I was confronted by a very hard decision. I do not think I could have arrived at my final choice unless I had continually kept before my eyes the vision of an endless line of children's coffins with weeping mothers behind them, both English and German, and another line of coffins of mothers with mourning children.'
    -Rudolf Hess


  • 'The Great Lie is that this is civilization. It's not civilized. It has literally been the most blood-thirsty brutalizing system ever imposed upon this planet. This is not civilization, this is the Great Lie.'
    -John Trudell


  • 'It is not enough merely to say I believe. Rather one must swear: I will fight.'
    -Adolf Hitler, 1940


  • 'We join in the prayer of a great German: ‘And though the world were filled with devils, we must still succeed.'
    -Adolf Hitler, 1940


  • 'Come what may, clench one’s teeth, keep a clear head, and march forward.'
    -Adolf Hitler, 1940


  • 'For a National Socialist, living means fighting.'
    -Taken from 'The Responsibilities of Party Members'

  • 'I sometimes made huge mistakes. But what actually is a mistake in politics? And when I look back, I have only one sentiment: an enormous regret. Regret that we did not succeed...

    And when we see what there is on the other side, what 30 years of the others’ victory has given, this anarchy in the world, this rout of the white world, this desertion throughout the universe; when we see in our own countries the decay of morals, the fall of the fatherland, the fall of the family, the fall of social order; when we see this appetite for material goods which has replaced the great flame of the ideal which animated us, well then, truly, between the two we chose the right side. The small, miserable Europe of today, of this impoverished Common Market, cannot give happiness to men. Consumer society poisons humanity rather than elevating it.

    So, for our part, we dreamed of something great, and we have only one desire, that this spirit be reborn. And with all my might, up to the last moment of my existence, I will fight for this. So that what was our struggle and our martyrdom, will one day be the resurrection.'
    -Léon Degrelle’s final speech in the 1976 documentary 'Le Volksführer'.


  • 'It's strange, isn't it?
    you can't
    compare it to
    anything
    else
    yet you quickly
    learn
    that there is
    something wrong
    with it'
    -Charles Bukowski, from the poem 'Our World', Bone Palace Ballet, ©2002.


  • 'The purpose of life is to struggle as hard as you can for what you believe in and enjoy the struggle. Life is struggle, even to stand up is a struggle against the law of gravity. I think that the joy of life is in the struggle, not the victory.'
    -Commander George Lincoln Rockwell


  • 'Once this point has been reached, any localized movement rocks the universe. And anything you do or fail to do will have repercussions throughout the whole of creation. That is to say, Kaliyuga must be defeated inside you, the Golden Age will first return in your soul.'
    -Miguel Serrano, from the book NOS, Book of the Resurrection


    [Above: A beautiful work, I'm not sure who created it, unfortunately.]

  • 'That last great Individual — an absolutely harmonious blending of the sharpest of all opposites; equally "Sun" and "Lightning" — is the one Whom the faithful of all religions and the bearers of practically all cultures await; the one of Whom Adolf Hitler (knowingly or unknowingly) said, in 1928: "I am not he; but while nobody comes forward to prepare the way for him, I do so"; the One Whom I have called by His Hindu name, Kalki, on account of the cosmic truth that this names evokes.'
    --Savitri Devi


  • 'We all felt the same, the same happiness and joy. Things were looking up. I believe no statesman has ever been as loved as Adolf Hitler was then. It’s all come flooding back to me. Those were happy times.'
    -Luise Essig, a German farmer, remembering life in the Third Reich


  • 'If the day should ever come when we must go, if some day we are compelled to leave the scene of history, we will slam the door so hard that the universe will shake and mankind will stand back in stupefaction.'
    -Joseph Goebbels


  • 'Anyone who picks up a Jewish newspaper in the morning and does not see himself slandered in it has not made profitable use of the previous day.'
    -Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Vol. 1, Ch. 12


  • 'Every Jewish slander and every Jewish lie is a scar of honor on the body of our warriors.
    The man they insult the most is closest to us in spirit and the man they have a mortal hatred for is our best friend.'
    -Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf


    [Sylvia Stolz, German lawyer imprisoned for speaking out against the lies we've been taught about the 'Holocaust'. She has served over five years in prison for these 'speech crimes' and has been banned from practicing law for five years! How is that for 'democracy'? The truth does not fear investigation!]

  • 'I am willing to go to prison for the sake of the truth and the German nation... You are determined to destroy my convictions by imprisoning me, but it is beyond your power to do so.'
    -Sylvia Stolz


  • 'We are standing on the threshold of a great new age. What we are all going through are its birth-pangs. Everything seems negative - yet despite it all, the time is coming when something new and great will be born.'
    -Rudolf Hess, 1946


    [Above: Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez.]

  • 'We have an aging white America. They are not making babies. They are dying. The explosion is in our population... I love it. They are shitting their pants with fear. I love it. We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him.'
    -Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez, University of Texas
    (Is this not the craziest, most racist and homicidal thing you've heard in a while? Meanwhile, white people sleep. Imagine if a white person said this about Mexicans... you think he would still have a job? Not in a million years. Especially as a professor at a university! Zzzzzzzz... WAKE UP GRINGO! TIME TO DIE!)

  • 'Is it the duty of every good revolutionary to kill every newborn White baby?'
    -Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez, University of Texas


    [Above: Robert E. Lee.]

  • 'So far from engaging in a war to perpetuate slavery, I am rejoiced that slavery is abolished.'
    -Robert E. Lee, Confederate General and American Hero

  • 'All that the South has ever desired was that the Union--as established by our forefathers--should be preserved, and that the government--as originally organized--should be administered in purity and truth.'
    -Robert E. Lee, Confederate General and American Hero

  • 'Do your duty in all things... You cannot do more; you should never wish to do less.'
    -Robert E. Lee, Confederate General and American Hero

  • 'But what a cruel thing is war; to separate and destroy families and friends, and mar the purest joys and happiness God has granted us in this world; to fill out hearts with hatred instead of love for our neighbors, and to devastate the fair face of this beautiful world.'
    -Robert E. Lee, Confederate General and American Hero

  • 'The reputation of individuals is of minor importance [compared] to the opinion posterity may form of the motives which governed the people of the South in their late struggle for the maintenance of the principles of the Constitution. I hope, therefore, a true history will be written, and justice done them.'
    -Robert E. Lee, Confederate General and American Hero


  • 'Now the whole nation walks again united and relentlessly into the light. Where did this light come from? It came from the depths of the German people, from the older generations, from the peasants, whose blood is still linked to the soil... But most of all, the light came from one man, a man who kept his soul pure, who has not been corrupted by wrong education and culture, as millions among us have; the light came from Adolf Hitler.'
    -Robert Böttcher


  • 'What do we call "Germanic"? It is the emanation of the soul, the Nordic myth, the belief in the "starry sky above us and the eternal law within us". "Germanic" means the highest moral values, the profound knowledge of a tragic destiny, and the cheerful affirmation of a renaissance. To be "Germanic" means plunging into one's soul, listening to the inner voice.'
    -Adolf Hitler, Party Day speech, Nuremberg, September 2, 1933


  • 'If one of us grows tied,
    the other stands the watch;
    if one of us should doubt,
    the other faithfully laughs.
    If one of us should fall,
    the other stands for two,
    for to every soldier God
    gave a comrade-in-arms.'
    -National Socialist poem from the 3rd Reich


  • 'Hate is our prayer. Revenge is our battle cry. Those towns in the west of our country which have been destroyed by Allied terror raids and the starving women and children along the Rhine have taught us to hate the enemy. The blood and tears of our brutally murdered men, of our despoiled women and of our children beaten to death in the eastern provinces cry out for revenge. Those who are banded together in the Wehrwolf proclaim their determined, irrevocable oath, never to bow to the enemy's will but rather, despite difficulties and with only limited means, to offer resistance, despising bourgeois comfort and to go out, facing death proudly and defiantly to wreak revenge by killing the enemy for any misdeed which he has committed against our people. Every means is justified to strike a blow to damage the enemy.

    The Wehrwolf has courts which will decide the life and death of our enemies, as well as those traitors of our own people... If the enemy believes that he will have an easy time... then he should know that in those areas of Germany which he occupies he will meet an opponent with which he has not reckoned, who is more dangerous because he is not tied by the limitations of the bourgeois methods of warfare...'
    -The first day of April 1945, Easter Sunday, the national radio station Deutschlandsender, announced the formation of the German resistance movement -- the Wehrwolf.


  • 'If we are to be the last of the White men who conquered the world; if we are finally to be overwhelmed by a pack of rats, let us at least face the death of our race as our ancestors faced their death -- like MEN. Let us not crawl down amongst the rats begging for mercy or trying to out-sneak them and pretend to be rats ourselves!'
    -Commander George Lincoln Rockwell


  • 'Truth, for the tyrants, is the most terrible and cruel of all bindings; it is like an incandescent iron falling across their chests. And it is even more agonizing than hot iron, for that only burns the flesh, while truth burns its way into the soul.'
    -Lauro Aguirre



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  • 'Only dreamers believe that there is a way out. We are born into this time and must bravely follow the path to the destined end. There is no other way. Our duty is to hold on to the lost position, without hope, without rescue, like that Roman soldier whose bones were found in front of a door in Pompeii, who, during the eruption of Vesuvius, died at his post because they forgot to relieve him. That is greatness. That is what it means to be a thoroughbred. The honorable end is the one thing that can not be taken from a man.'
    -Oswald Spengler


  • 'National Socialism is infinitely more than a mere political creed; the fact is that it is a way of life, a faith in the fullest sense of the word—one could say a religion, however different it may at first appear, from every existing system thus labeled in current speech. Religions are not as easy to uproot as mere political creeds...'
    -Savitri Devi, Pilgrimage


  • 'Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.'
    -Norman Cousins


  • 'Providence shows no mercy to weak nations, but recognizes the right of existence only of sound and strong nations...

    This Jewish bolshevist annihilation of nations and its western European and American procurers can be met only in one way: by using every ounce of strength with the extreme fanaticism and stubborn steadfastness that merciful God gives to men in hard times for the defense of their own lives...

    We have suffered so much that it only steels us to fanatical resolve to hate our enemies a thousand times more and to regard them for what they are destroyers of an eternal culture and annihilators of humanity. Out of this hate a holy will is born to oppose these destroyers of our existence with all the strength that God has given us and to crush them in the end. During its 2,000-year history our people have survived so many terrible times that we have no doubt that we will also master our present plight.'
    -Adolf Hitler, February 24, 1945 radio address


  • 'In the year 1889, divine providence brought forth to this earth a returning spirit,
    conceived within a child of destiny and dedicated to the preservation of nature's finest creation.
    Fifty-six years later the child of destiny left Midgard, having done all that was asked and all that was possible in his appointed time.
    But, indomitable will does not die with the body.
    He left us with these words: "My spirit shall return and my people will know I was right.

    It matters little whether you perceive "spirit" as a mystical force or as a practical result of effort and teaching.
    Either way, it was his spirit that moved George Lincoln Rockwell.
    It was his spirit that moved Robert Jay Mathews.
    It is his spirit that moves those of you who are here today with noble motives.
    It is his spirit that formed and generates the 14 Words.'
    -David Lane, Fanaticism of Desperation


  • 'Love the animals. God has given them the rudiments of thought and joy untroubled. Don't trouble it, don't harass, don't deprive them of their happiness, don't work against God's intent.'
    -The Brothers Karamazov, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, ©1880


  • 'Men will never rest till they've spoiled the earth and destroyed the animals.'
    -Watership Down, Richard Adams ©1972


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