web analytics

On ‘the pursuit of happiness’

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: these are among the unalienable rights of all people, according the American Declaration of Independence. This historic document goes on to state, that to ensure these rights, governments are instituted among men. In the Americanised West, this sacred ‘pursuit of happiness’ has been pretty much left to the economic marketplace.

On Sundays I will be going through revising the syntax of the translation of some chapters of Savitri Devi’s book for the print version, and today I came across this passage in the first one:

Any society, any ‘civilisation’ that proceeds from the same aspiration for human well-being above all else, for ‘happiness’ at any price, is marked by the seal of the Powers Below, enemies of the cosmic order in the endless play of forces. It is a civilisation of the Dark Age. If you are obliged to suffer it, suffer it by unceasingly opposing it, denouncing it, and combating it every minute of your life. Make it your glory in hastening its end—at least to cooperate with all your might in the natural action of the forces leading to its end. For it is accursed. It is organised ugliness and meanness.

Pace Richard Spencer, America delenda est.

1 Reply on “On ‘the pursuit of happiness’

  1. “It is organized ugliness and meanness” – racial chaos and degeneration, dysgenics, miscegenation, sexual anarchy and chaos, moral degradation, vicious ideologies and religions, perpetuation of error, maintenance of that “status quo”. I wonder how the teeming billions of two-legged subhuman ants will respond and tremble in fear of the approaching unstoppable avenger.