By the Vanguard America Chaplaincy:
Before I begin, let’s dispense with the bad news. One day, we men will die. We will die at the end of what can only be described as a long, long, long work day. We are born, and the day starts. We are raised up as children, and have the morning preparations for work. Then we are adults, and the day’s labor, with its joys and sorrows, takes up most of our conscious time. For a brief period when we (hopefully) retire, our life’s Day sinks into evening, and we relax a little before our mortal coil is shed. Knowing that we shall awake once more, to an eternal Day, is a blessing from God, Jesus having assured it by His Crucifixion and Resurrection. However, that era is not yet upon us, and so we pray for Christ’s return, and learn how to deal with this Day as it is.
Establishing this mindset is absolutely necessary for all who would put themselves on the Right. Ours is not a Utopian idea, promising some classless society or perfect constitutional government, and so we must deal in facts and bet on reality. The temptation for one to become so subsumed by the political battle, by the goals of our Vanguard, without stopping to recognize our own human situation, is perilous to one’s own soul, for we run the risk of running counter to what God has established, and such endeavors never end well.
Let us recognize death for what it is. We know that “it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment” (Heb.9:27 – KJV). Have you thought about your family? Have you fought for your children’s’ future, or at least earned an inheritance for them once you have passed? Have you spent regular time in prayer and service to God? I should hope this latter is indispensable to you already – He decides your fate much more than your wife! Also, are you at peace with it? Have you stopped shaking your fist at the Almighty, and prepared yourself for the possibility of an early death? After all, our struggle for White preservation may cost us our lives, and we may die a martyr’s death for demonstrating Godly love to our own people. Lord knows, our movement is the resurgence of something old and true; Europeans, for once, are standing up for themselves.
Now for the good news! This life we live, as we live it for God, has a rewarding curse – you read that correctly. The same curse which God gave to Adam and all his descendants contains within it something wonderful. Let’s see if you can catch it:
And to Adam he said, “Because you have listened to the voice of your wife, and have eaten of the tree of which I commanded you, ‘You shall not eat of it,’ cursed is the ground because of you; in toil you shall eat of it all the days of your life;
thorns and thistles it shall bring forth to you; and you shall eat the plants of the field.
In the sweat of your face you shall eat bread till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” – Genesis 3:17-19 -RSV
Did you see it? “In toil you shall eat of it all the days of your life,” and “In the sweat of your face you shall eat bread” – these are not unqualified evils placed upon man. Yes, God cursed men by making their work harder, but the curse is not work itself. Work is rewarded with bread, and we see by our growing muscles and expertise that it is not simply a full belly, but fulfillment that God promises to mankind through this constant effort. It is for this reason Solomon, during his struggle with the apparent meaninglessness in life, states emphatically
“Behold that which I have seen: it is good and comely for one to eat and to drink, and to enjoy the good of all his labour that he taketh under the sun all the days of his life, which God giveth him: for it is his portion.” – Ecclesiastes 5:18 -KJV
If our Lord had simply cursed us with dying on account of our sins, we should be in a worse position, living with no purpose, completely aimless, until we become dust once more. We see this with the atomized youth of America, the poor souls who do nothing in life. They earned nothing, and so all they have and do is counted as nothing; no matter how much they have, they will hate their life, for it is not something God has rewarded them with. If you are under a heavy burden, take courage, for God will deal with you more generously with a rich life no matter how little you have.
Let us use our hands, let us use our minds, and forge something as our European ancestors did. The White Man works harder than any other, having borne the standard of Christ and tirelessly hewn the cathedrals and castles, the spire and parapet, in honor of Him. We see the gift of God in the seventeen hundred years that Europe built civilization up from ashes, homesteaded a whole continent, and gave humanity technology and medicine. Take pride in your heritage, for it is an earned one, and continue the tradition!
Yet also take note that this is just as much a command and it is a benefit. There is a malaise that harms us if we rebel, choosing laziness over embracing the curse, and this destroys a man’s soul. Scripture will continuously condemn sloth, and we see the rotten fruits of rebellion in woman’s refusal to follow her curse; feminism gave us the most bitter, unhappy, angry, and sorrowful women on the planet, three quarters of them on antidepressants and the cat replacing the joy of a child. Learn from their mistake, be strong, and thrive.
If any one will not work, let him not eat. – 2 Thessalonians 3:10 -RSV