4 Replies on “Hunter in German!

  1. Do you actually read or translate German texts? There is a large number of stuff for you, really.

    If you are interested in heroic German literature, I recommend Felix Dahn’s book “Ein Kampf um Rom”, which is available for free in an English translation called “A Struggle For Rome”, it’s from the 19th century and was VERY popular in Germany, until the 1940s or so, and then fell into obscurity.

    I also recommend reading the blog of “Geistesadler”: link, especially the article “Über die jetzige Unkenntnis der Rassenfrage” (About the recent un-knowledge about the racial question).

    Everything about this guy is much more interesting than the “Human Biodiversity” folks. I also recommend reading his old site that is only available in archived form: link

  2. No doubt about that, Cesar. I think you are a great guy. I can feel your personal “tragedy” about all the stuff happening around you/us.

    As even Nietzsche told us, “race mixing” even within population can be a problem. Nietzsche wrote that those “mongrolized” people are mentally weak and more close to the “last human” he has talked about. He didn’t even mean race-wide miscegenation, but that even “sub-racial” mixture which started with the renaissance is a problem.

    In the old days, it was mostly Nordic knights/aristocraty protecting Europe as warriors and e.g. Alpines plowing the fields. But since then wide admixture happened. Geistesadler calls them “centralized types” that show traits of all of the subraces but are mentally relatively weak, compared to pure race examples (but he also states that “genius” individuals are often a mixture of two European subraces because of their “split mind”).

    I think there is a big problem in Germany about that; even though many “warrior indiviuals” simply died in World War I and II because of their greater courage, the post-WWII movements (e.g. North-East Germans ending up in the South) created a lot of very unbalanced, weak-willed individuals. E.g. my own grandmother was a tall North German women and married a short, Alpine man.