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  • 'Nothing will stop us. As long as I live I shall fight for the right of my Race and Nation. I am proud of being anti-Jewish, because I love my country and hate what the Jews have done to it. I am proud of being a National Socialist...'
    -Colin Jordan, at the Old Bailey, October 1962

  • 'Everyone, deep in their hearts, is waiting for the end of the world to come.'
    -Haruki Murakami, famed Japanese author

  • 'In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better.
    When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity.
    To assent to obvious lies is... in some small way to become evil oneself. One's standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed.
    A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.'
    -Theodore Dalrymple, English writer and retired prison doctor and psychiatrist

  • 'From the consistent subjectivity in just about everything he asked and said, I had deduced something, and I told him, "You know, I think you're a Jew with an Anglicized name." His involuntary expression told me I'd hit the button. He asked me how I knew. I told him I'd had so much experience with how Jews would attack me that I usually could identify them. I told him all I held against the Jew was that so many Jews actually were hypocrites in their claim to be friends of the American black man, and it burned me up to be so often called "anti-Semitic" when I spoke things I knew to be the absolute truth about Jews. I told him that, yes, I gave the Jew credit for being among all other whites the most active, and the most vocal, financier, "leader" and "liberal" in the Negro civil rights movement.
    But I said at the same time I knew that the Jew played these roles for a very careful strategic reason: the more prejudice in America could be focused upon the Negro, then the more the white Gentiles' prejudice would keep diverted off the Jew.'
    -Malcolm X, The Autobiography of Malcolm X., chapter 19, 1965

  • 'You are flotsam spiraling down the drain of the Kali Yuga.'
    -Anonymous, written to our enemies

  • 'I have no regrets or apologies to make for Gary [Yarbrough] or myself. In fact, I am proud that we had the courage and the determination to stand up and fight for our race and our heritage at a time in history when such a deed is called a crime and not an act of valor.'
    -Robert Jay Mathews

  • 'This city is grey and miserable. The houses are covered with soot, the people grave and taciturn. Black masses move along the streets; meager and pale faces, the necks bend down. Children are sitting at the street corners, begging. In front of the shops women are standing with old, grey faces. Night falls. The discharge tubes ignite. Light shines down on misery and filth. My heart wrenches. Whores and pimps are dragging themselves through the small and narrow lanes. Yonder red lights are glowing. The evening seems to spread black wings over the city. Richness and misery are living close to each other. It makes you feel like crying. That was my longing: for the mountain's divine solitude and peacefulness, for pure, white snow. I got tired of the big city, I am at home again in the mountains. There I sit for many hours amid their white virginity and find myself again.'
    -Joseph Goebbels

  • 'Imagine being so vile that you have to ban and censor all criticism of you.'
    -Anonymous, 2019

  • 'World War III is a guerrilla information war with no division between military and civilian participation.'
    -Marshall McLuhan

  • 'We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.'

  • 'The truth is that Mozart, Pascal, Boolean Algebra, Shakepeare, parlimentary government, baroque churches, Newton, the emancipation of women, Kant, Marx, and Balanchine ballets don't redeem what this particular civilization had wrought upon the world. The white race is the cancer of human history.'
    -Susan Sontag, a Jewish woman whose taken her Talmud a bit too seriously.

  • 'Tolerance is not a Christian virtue. Charity, justice, mercy, prudence, honesty - these are Christian virtues. In fact, tolerating grave evil within a society is itelf a form of serious evil.'
    -Archbishop Charles J. Chaput.

  • 'In the same way the Greeks and Romans may have worshipped their divinities, fondly believing them to be good. But the Christian Scriptures declare that all the gods of the Gentiles are demons.'
    -Catholic Encyclopedia: Devil Worship.

  • 'Be radical, have principles, be absolute, be that which the bourgeoisie calls an extremist: give yourself without counting or calculating, don't accept what they call 'the reality of life' and act in such a way that you won't be accepted by that kind of 'life', never abandon the principle of struggle.'
    -Julius Evola.

  • 'A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying: 'You are mad; you are not like us.'
    -St Anthony the Great

  • 'A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined. But they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them. Which would include their own government.'
    -George Washington

  • 'The only thing that has been left after the Third Reich was gone is a world where only devious people earn a great amount of money and control people through mass media, isn't it?'
    -Haku Zynkyoku

  • 'If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.'
    -Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743 – July 4, 1826)

  • 'He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors.'
    -Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743 – July 4, 1826)

  • 'You are scared of dying -- and, tell me, is the kind of life you lead really any different than being dead?'
    -Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 BC – AD 65)

  • 'I Have Dared'
    -Inscription on Rudolf Hess' gravestone

  • 'and nothing. getting your last paycheck
    at a harbor, at a factory, at a hospital, at an
    aircraft plant, at a penny arcade, at a
    barbershop, at a job you didn't want
    income tax, sickness, servility, broken,
    arms, broken heads -- all the stuffing
    come out like an old pillow.'
    -Charles Bukowski, Burning in Water Drowning in Flame - Selected Poems 1955 - 1973, ©2001

  • 'Football, beer, and above all gambling, filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.'
    -George Orwell

  • 'The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal.
    Many of them are normal because they are so well adjusted to our mode of existence,
    because their human voice has been silenced so early in their lives,
    that they do not even struggle or suffer or develop symptoms as the neurotic does.
    They are normal not in what may be called the absolute sense of the word;
    they are normal only in relation to a profoundly abnormal society.
    Their perfect adjustment to that abnormal society is a measure of their mental sickness.
    These millions of abnormally normal people,
    living without fuss in a society to which,
    if they were fully human beings, they ought not to be adjusted.'
    -Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited

  • 'Americans are good people. They have no aggressions against us and they like us as we like them. They must know I don't hate them. I love them... I hear it is a complex society inside. Many Americans don't know about the outside world. The majority have no concern and no information about other people. They could not even find Africa on a map. I think Americans are good, but America will be taken over and destroyed from the inside by the Zionist lobby. The Americans do not see this. They are getting decadent. Zionists will use them to destroy them.'
    -Muammar Gaddafi, August 3, 1986

  • 'If you worship your enemy,
    you are defeated.
    If you adopt your enemy's religion,
    you are enslaved.
    If you breed with your enemy,
    you are destroyed.'
    -Polydoros King of Sparta, 700 to C. 665 BC

  • 'There is nothing impossible to him who will try.'
    -Alexander the Great

  • 'And neither, contrary to popular belief, is your brother crazy. He's merely miscast in a play. He was born in the wrong era, on the wrong side of the river... With the ability to be able to do anything that he wants to do and... findin' nothin' that he wants to do. I mean nothing.'
    -Rumble Fish, S.E. Hinton (book 1975/film 1983)

  • ' In the waste of horror of the Bralduh Nala, just before
    it opens out into the valley of Askole, is the hot
    spring. A perfect circle; water like a beryl, crowned
    with light sulphurous steam, the wall a mound like
    the breast of a woman of purest white, an efflorescence.
    It is the hell of sterile passion glowing in the heart
    of the hell of desolation.
    So also is this book. The intricacy of faery pattern
    which the witch weaves is the flowered marble.
    We find such rime-webs as [...]
    more exquisite than all the arabesques of the Alhambra.
    The limpidity of thought and expression alike is
    the aquamarine of the pool: "Like foam-flowers falling
    from breasts of Sleep their Lotus-kiss is," languid
    as Sappho writhing to the breeze of Leucadia, under
    a rain of roseleaves.
    The hot angry famine and pestilence of the soul is
    the sulphur of the spring and the poisonous mist that
    plays upon it. "Come, Love, nor list to tired dreams
    that twist thy lithe long limbs in fierce abandonment,"
    fierce as Pasiphae as in Edmond d'Haraucourt's secret
    masterpiece; all the joyous torture of the damned in
    a phrase. Dear lady, when this flask of perfume comes from
    the bookseller, you shall tire your hair, and paint your
    face, and gild your nails; you shall anoint yourself
    with the witch-ointment, and in the rosy twilight touch
    with a flame the pastilles of musk and ambergris.
    Then you lie upon the leopard's skin before the fire of
    sandalwood and read, and read.
    And you shall know strange devils; even, it may be, strange gods.'
    -Aleister Crowley introduction, The Whirlpool, 1911, First Ed, by Ethel Archer

  • 'One day as I sat musing, sad and lonely without a friend, a voice came to me from out of the gloom saying, ‘Cheer up. Things could be worse.’ So I cheered up and sure enough—things got worse.'
    -Joan Howard Maurer

  • 'This dream of absolute, universal equality is amazing, terrifying, and inhuman. And the moment it captures people's minds, the result is mountains of corpses and rivers of blood...'
    -Vladimir Bukovsky

  • 'the psyche has been burned
    and left us senseless,
    the world has been darker than lights-out
    in a closet full of hungry bats,
    and the whiskey and wine entered our veins
    when blood was too weak to carry on'
    -Charles Bukowski, The People Look Like Flowers at Last

  • 'The wine was gone.
    I could hardly walk.
    Armies of fear and sweat ran up and down my body.
    It becomes quite simple.
    The greatest relief is never to have to pass another human being on the sidewalk,
    see them walking in their fat,
    see their little rat eyes,
    their cruel 2-bit faces,
    their animal flowering.
    What a sweet dream:
    to never have to look into another human face'
    -Charles Bukowski, The Way the Dead Love, South of No North, pg. 149,© 1973

  • 'I looked at the stars, and considered how awful it would be for a man to turn his face up to them as he froze to death, and see no help or pity in all the glittering multitude.'
    -Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

  • 'The white races of Europe should be destroyed and replaced with a race of Eurasian-Negroids who can be easily controlled by the ruling elite.'
    -Jewish founding father of the European Union, Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, 'Praktischer Idealismus', 1924

  • 'There are two ways to judge a man, by the woman he marries and the way he dies.'
    -Adolf Hitler, as quoted by Ernst Hanfstaengl

  • 'The world hates me because I testify about it that its works are evil.'
    -Muammar Gaddafi

  • 'A Democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent can take away the rights of the other forty-nine percent.'
    -Thomas Jefferson, Founding Father who served as the third president of the United States from 1801 to 1809.

    [Above: Oil on wood, Gilbert Stuart Washington, 1821]

  • 'A Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes itself, exhausts, and murders itself, because there never was a Democracy that didn't commit suicide.'
    -John Adams, Founding Father and second president of the United States, from 1797 to 1801.

  • 'The very word Democracy is repugnant to those who were born free in a Constitutional Republic!'
    -John Adams, Founding Father and second president of the United States, from 1797 to 1801.

  • 'If ye love wealth better than liberty,
    the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animated contest of freedom -
    go home from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsels or arms.
    Crouch down and lick the hands
    which feed you. May your chains
    sit lightly upon you, and may posterity
    forget that you were our countrymen!'
    -Samuel Adams, Founding Father, political philosopher and American statesman. He was a leader of the movement that became the American Revolution

  • 'The reality is that the white race had little to do with the slave trade that took our ancestors away from Africa and sold them into bondage in the New World.
    That crime was committed not by White Europeans, but by Jews who were engaged in transatlantic commerce between the Old World and the Americas where they hoped to establish a New Jerusalem from which to rule the world by way of exploiting all races who were not members of their tribe of 'chosen people'.
    In their efforts to accomplish that goal, the white race has been hoodwinked and manipulated as unsuspecting pawns almost as much as the black race had been.'
    -Dontell Jackson, 'We Thought They Were White'

  • 'Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart. The really great men must, I think, have great sadness on Earth.'
    -Fyodor Dostoevsky

  • 'He who is not angry, whereas he has cause to be, sins. For unreasonable patience is the hotbed of many vices, it fosters negligence, and incites not only the wicked but the good to do wrong.'
    -John Chrysostom, c. 349-407, Archbishop of Constantinople

  • 'We are the new "barbarians", forged in iron hardness in the fires of their hate and persecution. All over the world, we wait to pounce...'
    -–George Lincoln Rockwell

  • 'And even our present acres of death will someday bloom again...'
    -–Alfred Rosenberg

  • 'Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
    Then He is not omnipotent.
    Is He able, but not willing?
    Then He is malevolent.
    Is He both able and willing?
    Then whence cometh evil?
    Is He neither able nor willing?
    Then why call him God?'

  • 'Solitude is for me a fount of healing
    which makes my life worth living.
    Talking is often torment for me,
    and I need many days of silence
    to recover from the futility of words. '
    --Carl Jung

  • 'All truth passes through three stages.
    First, it is ridiculed.
    Second, it is violently opposed.
    Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.'
    --Arthur Schopenhauer

  • 'The United States is also a one-party state but, with typical American extravagance, they have two of them.'
    --Julius Nyerere, first president of Tanzania

  • 'We must realize that our party's most powerful weapon is racial tension. By propounding into the conciousness of the dark races that for centuries they have been oppressed by the Whites, we can mold them to the program of the communist party.'
    --Israel Cohen, Jewish Zionist leader, writer and journalist

  • 'Were women to 'unsex' themselves by claiming equality with men, they would become the most hateful, heathen and disgusting beings and would surely perish without male protection.'
    --Queen Empress Victoria I

  • 'Human beings are born with different capacities, if they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.'
    --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  • ' I was hung there in that room with just the desire to drink and note the peeling wallpaper, and that rug eaten away by the footsteps of the trapped who had already passed through...'
    --Charles Bukowski, Septuagenarian Stew - Stories & Poems, ©1990

  • 'Today they tear down our statues. Tomorrow they will kill us in our beds. A people will either defend its past or it will have no future.'
    --Matt Hale, Spring 2020

  • The following quotes are by Thomas Sowell, American economist and social theorist:

  • 'The welfare state is the oldest con game in the world. First you take the people's money quietly and then you give some of it back to them flamboyantly.'

  • 'Envy was once considered to be one of the seven deadly sins before it became one of the most admired virtues under its new name - Social Justice.'

  • 'More whites were brought as slaves to North Africa than blacks brought as slaves to the United States or to the 13 colonies for which it was formed. White slaves were still being bought and sold in the Ottoman Empire, decades after blacks were freed in the United States.'

  • 'Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more commmon than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.'
    --Calvin Coolidge, 30th American President

  • 'The richness of life lies in the memories we have forgotten.'

  • 'Man is a rope stretched between the animal and the Superman--a rope over an abyss.'
    -Friedrich Nietzsche

  • 'Know--Will--Dare--and be Silent!'
    -Aleister Crowley

  • 'It is no more surprising to be born twice than once, everything in nature is resurrection.'

  • 'The bold effort the present bank has made to control the Government, the distress it has wantonly produced, ..., are but premonitions of the fate that awaits the American People should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution (The Bank of the United States), or the establishment of another like it.'
    -Andrew Jackson, December 2, 1834

  • 'There is no proletarian, not even a Communist movement, that has not operated in the interests of money, in the direction indicated by money, and for the time being permitted by money -- and that without the idealists among its leaders having the slightest suspicion of the fact.'
    -Oswald Spengler, Decline of the West

  • 'Might is a fine thing, and useful for many purposes; for one goes further with a handful of might than a bagful of right.'
    -Max Stirner

  • Some selections from the Chaldean Oracles of Zoraster

  • 'It is a bright fire, which, by the power of the Father, remaineth immortal...'

  • 'Things divine cannot be obtained by mortals whose intellect is directed to the body alone, but those only who are stripped of their garments, arrive at the summit...'

  • 'The girders of the Soul, which give her breathing, are easy to be unloosed'

  • 'Stoop not down to the darkly splendid World, For a precipice lieth beneath the Earth, a descent of seven steps, and therein is established the throne of an evil and fatal force. Stoop not down unto that darkly splendid world, Defile not thy brilliant flame with the earthly dross of matter, Stoop not down for its splendor is but seeming, It is but the habitation of the Sons of the Unhappy'

  • 'The road to Summun Bonum [latin expression -- the highest good, especially as the ultimate goal according to which values and priorities are established in an ethical system.] lies therefore through self-sacrifice, the sacrifice of the lower to the higher, for behind that Higher Self lies the concealed form of the Ancient of Days, the synthetical Being of Divine Humanity.

    These things are grasped by Soul; the song of the Soul is alone heard in the adytum [the innermost sanctuary of an ancient Greek temple.] of God-nourished Silence!'

  • During the events at the Cathedral of Light at the 1936 Nuremberg Party Rally the following oath was taken by all those in attendance:

    ' We have come
    For the good
    And to renew the holy oath.

    Blazing flames hold us together
    Into eternity.

    May the times
    Bring what they will,
    We are a young people ever ready.

    No one shall take this faith
    From those who are dedicated to Germany.

    When we pass on,
    Something new will come
    Today and forever more.'

    Hitler closed the ceremony after a long speech with the following:

    'And I especially greet the youth who are present. Become men like those you see before you!
    Fight as they have fought! Be upright and determined, fear no one and do your duty!
    If you do so, the Lord God will never leave our people. Heil Germany!'

  • 'This city is grey and miserable. The houses are covered with soot, the people grave and taciturn.
    Black masses move along the streets; meager and pale faces, the necks bent down.
    Children are sitting at the street corners, begging. In front of the shops women are standing with old, grey, faces.
    Night falls. The discharge tubes ignite. Light shines down on misery and filth.
    My heart wrenches.
    Whores and pimps are dragging themselves through the small and narrow lanes.
    Yonder red lights are glowing. The evening seems to spread black wings over the city.
    Richness and misery are living close to each other.
    It makes you feel like crying.
    That was my longing: for the mountains' divine solitude and peacefulness, for pure, white snow.
    I got tired of the big city, I am at home again in the mountains.
    There I sit for many hours amid their white virginity and find myself again.'
    -Joseph Goebbels

  • ' I'm so despondent about everything.
    Everything I try goes totally wrong.
    There's no escape from this hole here.
    I feel drained.
    So far, I still haven't found a real purpose in life.
    Sometimes, I'm afraid to get out of bed in the morning.
    There's nothing to get up for.'
    -Joseph Goebbels, July 17, 1924

  • ' The money pigs of capitalist democracy...
    Money has made slaves of us...
    Money is the curse of mankind.
    It smothers the seed of everything great and good.
    Every penny is sticky with sweat and blood.'
    -Joseph Goebbels, The Nazi Party 1919-1945: A Complete History, Dietrich Orlow, New York: NY, Enigma Books, 2012, p 61.

  • 'The perfect dictatorship would have the appearance of a democracy, but would basically be a prison without walls in which the prisoners would not even dream of escaping.
    It would essentially be a system of slavery where, through consumption and entertainment, the slaves would love their servitudes.'
    -Aldous Huxley, 1931

  • 'This world--
    to what may I liken it?
    To autumn fields
    lit dimly in the dusk
    by lightning flashes.'
    -Minamoto-no-Shitago (794–1185), nobleman, scholar, poet

  • ' The Apostles' experience at the Transfiguration reminds us that no matter how powerful a spiritual experience is,
    the time comes when we must come down off the mountain and rejoin our everyday life.'
    -The Transfiguration of Christ, 2 Peter 1:16-18

  • 'When I pass away there is only going to be two pallbearers, and I guess you're wondering why? Well, I'm going to tell you why: 'cuz there is only two handles on a garbage can.'

  • 'Hitler was right about almost everything.'
    -Stanley Kubrick, as quoted by Frederic Raphael, who co-authored the Eyes Wide Shut script.

  • 'The world consists of mostly of NPC's ("non-player characters"), who might as well be painted on a curtain at the rear of a stage. They're nothing but "the scenery", and reason is wasted on them. This world is on the verge of being buried and suffocated under its stage scenery.'
    -Chris Langan, The 'smartest man in the world'

  • 'What the Jews fear the most is Samurai.
    A Jew (Judaya) is someone who hides behind the curtains and pulls strings without ever revealing their true identities.
    Treachery is their forte.
    Samurai are the complete opposite of a Jew.
    When I say Samurai I am not referring to the Japanese Samurai clans solely but to all nations of the world who are brave and courageous warriors.
    The Samurai of the entire world need to rouse oneself to action.
    The Jews fear the Samurai.'
    -Haku Zynkyoku

  • ' People ask: is there someone fit to be our leader?
    Our task is not to search for that person.
    Either god will give him to us or he will not come.
    Our task is to shape the sword that he will need when he comes.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'Was it worth it?
    What a ridiculous question.
    Nothing is worth losing your family and rotting in prison.
    However, "Was it worth it?" and "Would I do it all over again?" are two different things.
    I truly believe that our culture and the survival of our Race are in jeopardy.
    As a man who holds the virtues of honor,
    loyalty and duty as the core of my soul,
    I was duty bound to do no less.
    In fact, I am amazed that others have not picked up where we left off.'
    -Richard Scutari, Bruder Schweigen, POW (Reprinted from Focus Fourteen #508)

  • 'When the day comes, we will not ask whether you swung to the right or whether you swung to the left; we will simply swing you by you neck.'
    -Robert Mathews, Letter to the U.S. Congress

  • 'If the world is against truth, then I am against the world.'
    -Saint Athanasius

  • 'The stars are like letters that inscribe themselves at every moment in the sky. Everything in the world is full of signs. All events are coordinated. All things depend on each other. Everything breathes together.'
    -Plotinus (204/5 – 270 C.E.)

  • 'I was born for a storm and a calm does not suit me.'
    -Andrew Jackson

  • 'No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness.'

  • 'The most dangerous creation of any society is the man who has nothing to lose.'
    -James Baldwin

  • 'Once we understand the urgency of our situation, once we understand the finality of the fate designed for us by our enemies, we know that we must either conquer or die. If we do not defeat those who intend to destroy us, and defeat them soon, then our people will perish forever. What this means for us is that no matter how small our likelihood for success, we must act. No matter how desperate the gamble, we must take it. We must not fail to act. We must not do nothing, simply because no plan seems certain of success. No loss as a consequence of acting can be greater than the loss from failing to act. If we are responsible adults, if we are honorable adults, then we must act. There is no acceptable excuse for not acting — not family obligations, not personal security, not career considerations — no excuse. If we do not act, then everything will be lost, every reason for living, every reason for which our ancestors lived and worked and sacrificed and suffered and died. The deadly filth of Jewish liberalism will spread over our entire race and destroy it — irrevocably, forever.'
    -Dr. William Luther Pierce

  • 'The essentially heathen belief of the Aryan is that man can rise above his station and beyond the confines of the material body to the divine world in his lifetime -- that he can become a vessel by which god and the divine are channeled into the world...'
    -William White, The Centuries of Revolution, pg. 100, published by The Barnes Review

  • 'Never lose hope, be persistent and stubborn and never give up. There are many instances in history where apparent losers suddenly turn out to be winners unexpectedly, so you should never conclude all hope is lost.'
    -Theodore Kaczynski

  • 'Evil preaches tolerance until it is dominant, then it tries to silence good.'
    -Archbishop Charles J. Chaput

  • 'Life... it is the flash of the firefly in the night, the breath of the buffalo in the winter. It is the little shadow, which runs across the grass, and loses itself in the sunset.'
    -Crowfoot, Blackfeet Elder

  • '...millions who have not the love of the truth, and are given over to believe a lie, will hasten on to their terrible and inevitable doom.'
    -Image of the Beast, A Secret Empire, Freemasonry, by Rev. Richard Horton, ©1880

  • 'As long as man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings, he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seed of murder and pain cannot reap joy or love.'

  • 'One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.'
    -Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World

  • 'It was easy for them to push for war, since they had nothing to show for peace. They had not accomplished anything that might speak for them. This garrulous drunkard Churchill, what had he created that is of lasting worth, this damned liar, this first-class lazy fellow? If this war had not come, then centuries would have spoken of our age and also of my person, as the creators of great works of peace. However, if Mr. Churchill had not managed this war, who would ever have spoken of him? This way, he will live on, as the destroyer of an empire. We are not destroying it, he is. He is one of the most pitiful glory-seeking vandals in world history, incapable of creating anything positive, or accomplishing anything. He is capable only of destroying.'
    -Adolf Hitler, 1942

  • 'Final victory will be ours. It will come through tears and blood, but it will justify all the sacrifices we have made.'
    -Joseph Goebbels

  • 'Let us leave modern men to their 'truths' and let us only be concerned about one thing: to keep standing amid a world of ruins.'
    -Julius Evola

  • 'I have fought with my whole heart. Hatred, infamy and slander have not conquered my spirit. I have given you my life. Now I offer you my death. I fear nothing. Serenely I take my first step towards eternity and leave life to enter into history.'
    -Getúlio Dornelles Vargas, beloved Brazilian president and dictator, from his rather beautiful and poetic suicide note.

  • 'If you worship your enemy, you are defeated.
    If you adopt your enemy's religion, you are enslaved.
    If you breed with your enemy, you are destroyed.'
    -Polydoros, King of Sparta, 700 - C. 665 BC. The famed hero Leonidas succeeded Polydoros 175 years later.

  • 'Remember friends as you pass by.
    As you are now so once was I.
    As I am now so you must be.
    Prepare for death and follow me.'
    -An unknown broken grave from 1885. Age sixteen.

  • 'A dog wags its tail and plays fetch because humans give it food and water. But take away humans and their handouts, and those sweet little puppies will turn into snarling beasts tearing apart rabbits and cats and little children and eating their carcasses for survival.

    And those are our beloved pets that share our homes and our beds. What makes us think we're any different?

    Humans are worse than dogs, because it wouldn't even have to come to survival. If people knew they couldn't die or be punished for anything they ever did, what do you think would happen? Absolute evil.

    Strip away the concept of retribution, bring down the walls of fear, and the true evil nature of humans will gush forth.'
    -Charles Manson.

  • 'This world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel.'
    -Horace Walpole (September 24, 1717 – March 2, 1797).

  • 'If Hitler invaded hell I would literally suck the dick of the anti-Christ and condemn humanity to a thousand years of darkness rather then make common cause with Germany against the forces in rebellion against God.'
    -Winston Churchill. What a vile, fat little murderous pervert he was. The more I learn about him the more I loathe him.

  • 'When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing -- When you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors -- When you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don't protect you against them, but protect them against you -- When you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice -- You may know that your society is doomed.'
    -Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged, 1957

  • 'For a tree to reach Heaven with its branches, it must first touch Hell with its roots.'
    -Friedrich Nietzsche.

  • 'All governments suffer a recurring problem: Power attracts pathological personalities. It is not that power corrupts, but that it is magnetic to the corruptible.'
    -Frank Herbert.

  • 'The only thing that matters today is the activity of those who can "ride the wave" and remain firm in their principles, unmoved by any concessions and indifferent to the fevers, the convulsions, the superstitions, and the prostitutions that characterize modern generations. The only thing that matters is the silent endurance of a few, whose impassible presence as "stone guests" helps to create new relationships, new distances, new values, and helps to construct a pole that, although it will certainly not prevent this world inhabitated by the distracted and restless from being what it is, will still help to transmit to someone the sensation of the truth -- a sensation that could become for them the principle of a liberating crisis.'
    -Julius Evola, Revolt Against the Modern World.

  • 'The essential thing is not to let oneself be impressed by the omnipotence and apparent triumph of the forces of the epoch. These forces, devoid of connection with any higher principle, are in fact on a short chain. One should not become fixated on the present and on things at hand, but keep in view the conditions that may come about in the future. Thus the principle to follow could be that of letting the forces and processes of this epoch take their own course, while keeping oneself firm and ready to intervene when "the tiger, which cannot leap on the person riding it, is tired of running."'
    -Julius Evola, Ride the Tiger.

  • 'It is said that Wisdom
    lies in not seeing things,
    But seeing through things.'
    -Manly P. Hall.

  • 'Forgive them, Lord, for they
    knew not what they did.'

    'It is on this basis alone that the new world can be built!
    To lay this groundwork is our task. Our own hopes can aim no further.
    We must leave some things to be done by those who come after us.
    Your work will be a signpost for the future,
    a witness to our great intention, but in our time it will not be crowned with realization.'
    -Hitler: Memoirs of a Confidant, by Major General Otto Wagener (April 29, 1888 – August 9, 1971).

  • 'Tolerance will reach such a level that intelligent people will be banned from thinking so as not to offend the imbeciles.'
    -Fyodor Dostoevsky, November 11, 1821 – February 9, 1881.