I would like to add a postscript to Mauricio’s words in ‘Responding to Jamie’. There is a litmus test I have devised to see who has, or has not, transvalued his values.
Imagine a scenario analogous to The Turner Diaries where revolutionaries come to have control over nuclear missiles in a silo, and use them to create global chaos and, thus, eventually come to power. But before the thought experiment of this entry I would like to answer the question, Why is chaos necessary to come to power? As I want to be brief on this question, the best way to answer it is using the metaphor of a show very popular among normies.
As those of you who followed my Game of Thrones posts will recall, ‘The Climb’, the title of episode #26, is a metaphor for achieving power, and the ladder—chaos—is how Littlefinger climbs. When things are in disarray chaos allows him to manipulate powerful people so that he is ahead. Chaos means that, in extreme situations, the great medieval houses overlook his birth because they need him. Chaos means they are weakened so they are brought more to his level. Chaos provides opportunities for him to advance, because there are problems to be solved.
Having understood Littlefinger’s words, which you can watch on YouTube, we can talk about my cute postscript:
If in a moment of social chaos a submarine with nuclear weapons were to fall under our power, I wouldn’t hesitate for a second to use all its missiles to nuke the capitals of the West and its major cities, starting with those of the United States and its lackey in the Middle East (naturally, Chinese cities and Mecca would be nuked too, lest Gooks and Muslims become emboldened and take advantage of the situation).
To show you the level of my morals—that is to say how the priest understands the four and fourteen words—, even if one of my brothers happened to be in one of those cities I wouldn’t hesitate in the slightest to push the buttons.
And this is my litmus test: Who among those commenting on racialist forums would do the same if a submarine with nukes fell under his power for a couple of days? I guess that none of them would. And if there is anyone who would, please tell me in the comments section, because this is a great Gedankenexperiment to find out who has left Christian morality behind.