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  1. Reblogged this on vikingbitch's Blog and commented:
    Okay, I see this. Please do explain this quote more in depth though.

    The way I see it, RACE = RELIGION as someone else outside of me put so eloquently ( NAS perhaps). So when RACE becomes irrelevant in the White family, the White Women become vulnerable and open to corruption and fall from grace by doing the mud mash.

    Purple Poon = Polluted Progeny

    1. In his book Imperium, Frances Parker Yockey mentions that intensely religious people are, without exception, always racialist in their world view. That to be truly religious is to be race conscious.

      I can provide as notable examples the Hindu caste system; and, with a certain reservation, the ancient Jewish religion. The Old Testament is replete with examples of wholesale extermination of other semitic tribes.

      1. intensely religious people are, without exception, always racialist in their world view…

        Sorry but that’s not true. Look at the Pope: in Argentina he may pass as white and still he’s the most multiracial Pope in the pontificate.

  2. Yockey, like Julius Evola, held to a spiritual conception of race which he believed to be more important than the biological. Already in the 30s he observed white Americans behaving like blacks and Jews. He did not object to clever non-whites immigrating to America as long as they assimilated into white society.

    Imperium is a clever eloquent mish-mash of Lamark, Spengler, Schmitt, Haushofer, National Socialism, and even trace elements of Catholic Scholasticism. Yockey wanted to „prove“ that a „Germanic“ European aristocratic element existed within America. He is not your garden variety WN patriotard (hence his popularity), but the book is a failure.

    But I agree with you: universalist religions like Christianity have no use for a purely biological conception of race. White Nationalists are deluded in this and Linder is correct that one must choose a side.

  3. It should be noted that these are the words of Arjuna. Not Krishna. This was being brought up as a reason to avoid war, which Krishna disagreed with and provided Arjuna a response.

  4. Heinrich Himmler used to always have a copy of the Bhagavad Gita with him. He saw himself as similar to the Aryan warrior in the scripture Arjuna, who is instructed by Krishna to fight and kill because it is his duty. Himmler likened Krishna to Hitler, and like Arjuna was a disciple of Krishna, Himmler was a disciple of Hitler.

    Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita preaches the doctine of detached violence to the Aryan warrior (the Kshatriya) Arjuna, and Himmler felt the SS, who he saw as similar to the Aryan Kshatriya caste, should also kill with detachment as Krishna preached. The Aryan doctrine of detached violence is in contradiction with the later doctrines of non-violence, also developed by two Aryans in India, Buddha and Mahavira (a central figure in the Jain religion). The Gita comes from a time when the Aryan influence in India was still strong, and thus the embrace of violence as duty.

    Savitri Devi, because of the Bhagavad Gita’s condemnation of miscegenation, called it „the oldest known expression of the spirit of Mein Kampf“. She also regarded Hitler as a reincarnation of Krishna (similar to how Himmler likened Hitler to Krishna).

    As of note, the first man to translate the Bhagavad Gita in the West, Emile Burnouf, was also the first to associate the Swastika with the Aryan race in modern times (it was an Aryan symbol long, long before that of course), calling the Swastika „the essential symbol of the Aryan race“.