Priorities Now, Perfection Later
One of Commander Rockwell’s best, most loyal fighters and administrators, Robert Lloyd, once gave me one of the essences of the nature of the present struggle we are involved in when he stated that none of us—not even the best among us—are anything close to the Ideal which we are all fighting for. This was a simple, non-emotional, uncomplicated clarification of the plain reality of the situation, all wishful thinking aside.
To go further, even in Germany during the time of the NSDAP, the Ideal that was sought after was perhaps centuries away and, to be sure, the human stock in America today comes closer to what the Germans of the Thirties and Forties referred to as untermensch. Take a look at the armies of mouth-breathing knuckle-draggers on these streets and realize that they are what pass as “White”!
It will of course require centuries of the most careful up-breeding to reverse the dangerous and alarming mess we have before us today. That can only be accomplished by the most stringent measures on the part of the highest governmental authority and that, in itself, implies directly a total revolution victorious in our favor.
In the meantime we’ll do well to guard our own bloodlines and to multiply and perpetuate ourselves and our belief in the best kind of quality as conditions and circumstances allow.
But it has always seemed to me ironical that this avowedly “racist” Movement has placed the attitude and behavior of its adherents above the genetic quality of same. As the old rationale of the Seventies ran, “So what if he’s a Jew? He’s the best leader we have right now”—meaning that he spouted the right line and went out and got the sensational headlines. But if a man was WHITE and adopted a totally unfamiliar and un-funky, REVOLUTIONARY line and strategy—and regardless whether he made hot headlines of his own—then these others would curse him into the ground.
So it goes today with the majority of those of our comrades who have been jailed by the System for having actually gone on the attack rather than just sit back. To me the reasoning—or lack of it—behind this attitude is unfathomable! What do these do-nothings expect? Do they expect some “Silent Majority” type, all squeaky clean in his lifestyle, background, and personal appearance to step out of the endless, nondescript line he stands in and pull the trigger? In these earliest, most desperate stages, do they expect the targets, the actual victims, to be a revolutionary theoretician’s dream?
What the hell do they want? It would appear that they want perfection going in. Or else, if not, that they use this claim to hide what they REALLY want: nothing to rock the boat and possibly enrage Big Brother into coming down with both feet and ruining everybody’s “fun”.
Lenin said that you can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs. And one Black saying of the Sixties was that you have to use what you’ve got in order to get what you need (or want). We’ll never get to that point where we can begin breeding Supermen if we can’t get our values and priorities squared away today. Trotsky said that, as revolutionaries, our only compulsion is circumstances (not wishful thinking)! It means that we have to do what we have to do and by any means necessary.
Lenin, Trotsky, and the swarming army of Blacks in the Sixties are the farthest cry from what we believe in BUT THEY HAVE BEEN INFINITELY MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN WE in getting what they are after! That is very simply because they accepted the truth that the end does after all justify the means.
Let us drop the dreaming, the faking, and the immature unreality, and recruit an army of the worst—if need be—in order to smash the Beast System and make way for the Ideal to dominate the planet and the universe ten thousand years from now.
For our part, we will welcome and honor as COMRADES any White, bar none, who wishes to join with us in the struggle. ANY action taken against the Enemy, no holds barred, is a heroic deed. For our part, we will tolerate no divisive moralism to hamstring our efforts.
Vol. XIII, #10 – October, 1984
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