Trump and the Roots of Freedom
So it looks like Europeans have hit their ‘Gates of Vienna’ moment yet again, in their eternal quest for freedom of association. Europeans have a tendancy to never notice how bad things actually are until the very last moment. Like the crusades before, the Ottoman invasion or the battle for America against the native indians, Europeans will believe everything is fine until the problem is in their face, and then, and only then, can something like the election of Donald Trump happen (a much metered reaction when compared to those of the past). Horus the Avenger (@eurorabbit), in his ‘follow the white rabbit’ podcast has made good analysis of this phenomenon.
But another ‘angle’ (pun intended) that needs to be acknowledged in this European struggle is the almost exclusively Anglo aspect of the fight for freedom. Because it appears that it is only Anglo’s who really care about freedom.
The founding fathers of the American nation were heavily influenced by the English philosophers of their day, and pretty much all of them were either Anglos themselves, or loyal to the English Crown up until the time for revolution came about.
They recognised something that had been inadvertantly taken away from them (through no fault of the English, who, short sightedly, had lost their truth in the quest for empire) that had always been afforded to those in their colonial homeland, England, and that was freedom. So, they set about trying to achieve a more pure version of that always hypothetical freedom within their new homeland, America.
If we examine the history of Europe, and the world at large, no other nation has had such an innate feel for freedom as the English. The Germans and their northern relatives, and the Italians and their mediterranian kin were always happy to be dictated to, and if today one was to slowly remove their little fought for freedoms i suspect they would barely notice the difference (see Rome, aka the EU 1.0). As for the rest of the world, the concept of freedom seems almost alien to them.
The reasons for this are, i propose, deeply instinctive, that is, there is a genetic component to the concept of freedom that other, less and less Anglic people, dont really understand the appeal, or necessity of.
We must also forget the weaponised lie that the English are either 1) a nation of immigrants, and 2) of Germanic origin, as both of these can be proven as false, creationed for the purpose of legitimising an illegitimate royalty, who are, of Germanic descent. The true history of the people of the British isles is far more esoteric than most know, and has been subject to political revision, but the truth still persists if one is inquisitive enough.
On the subject of innate behavioural traits, as is well known Donald Trump has Germanic roots. The nature of the German is to perfect that which already exists, to the point of absolute effectiveness. Their skill for efficiency is perhaps unmatched in any race. So their motorcars, whilst not being an invention of their own, are the best in the world because of their desire for perfection. They were able to ruthlessly administer national socialism to almost inhuman levels, gleefully adopting and implementing an essentially foreign political system to its logical conclusion of racial purity and technical and economic superiority. (Granted, the Germans have contributed a fair share to invention, particularly in warfare. The word ‘war’ in fact comes from the Germanic word ‘werran’ – to confuse. Still, it must be stated that all European nations have contributed massively to human enlightenment, but none have given the world concepts so life changing as the English). The Germans should not be hated for this ability to perfect, on the contrary, we should celebrate their skill, and utilise it by offering them our most brilliant ideas to get their teeth into.
Which brings us back to Trump. Being an American citizen of German origin (and therefore possessing Germanic faculties) Trump is able to recognise the qualities of English freedom, but is also able to see where it has gone wrong, and what could be done to reinstate those good qualities, and to make that system the most efficient it could be. Trump is going to attempt to do with freedom, ie. the English vision of liberty, what the national socialists tried to do to devotional bondage, ie. Italian Fascism.
Currently, what the left need to realise – and in this way they need to grow up and stop being such babies – is that history cannot step into the same river twice. Contrary to communist belief, history doesnt repeat itself, especially with an idea so disasterous as national socialism. Instead, the solid truths of ethno nationalism will be refined and reconfigured, hybridised with Anglo freedom, and become more sophisticated, as Europeans tend to do. And yes, this new movement will ultimately be good for Europeans, as it is the de facto evolution of nationalist thought, which is the natural state of high-spirited, enlightened human beings, such as Europeans.
So, in some ways, the left is correct in their accusation that Trump is literally Hitler, except this time round the ruthless efficiency will be for the good of America, and the world at large, when the power of European enlightenment is harnessed and administered under one ethnic flag, for the benefit of all.
This European revolution is an essentially Anglo revolution that doesnt just have its roots in Magna Carta, for there is a link even further back than that with the Molmutine laws put in place in the British Isles by Dunvallo Molmutius in 400 bc. It are these laws that distinguishes those people of the Isles from those of continental mainland Europe, which is still visible today in the fight for EU brexit, by the traditional English, Cymri and few Picts that remain (see the video below for the suppressed history of the people of the British Isles).