‘With the worship of the dead Jew, the poetry ceased’ said Maximus in Gore Vidal’s novel Julian. This reminds me a passage from a quote in Manu Rodríguez’s ‘The sublime Indo-European heritage’ that will appear in the 2018 edition of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour:
Christianized or Islamized peoples have been deprived of our history, deprived of the natural evolution of our traditions. Our own future has been usurped. We have had an imposed history, Christian or Muslim. These ideologies have led our literary, architectural, scientific, philosophical, and musical creations. For centuries the themes of Biblical or Koranic characters have filled our literature, our architecture (temples dedicated to foreign gods), our music… In our European Middle Ages, for example, you won’t find on the windows, walls, cathedrals, or mosques our historical or legendary characters; our thinkers or the milestones of our history. Those are not, therefore, places of worship for ancient Europeans, but for Christians or Muslims.
For hundreds of years, our cultural genius was forced to speak in alien terms for our being. Think of the literature, the music or the architecture we would have had if we had not been dominated by a foreign ideology or culture; if we had remained Persians, Greeks, Germans, Slavs…
Compared to the little jewels I’ve translated of Manu, the approach by American white nationalists in their forums looks very superficial. The crux is that to save the race, the affirmation of the need to reject Christianity and going back to our roots is more profound than what a common visitor might surmise by leafing through our translations of Deschner’s history.
Like Evropa Soberana, the Spaniard Manu Rodríguez has also a fair grasp of Nietzsche. It’s amazing how similar ideas are being circulated by the three of us, whose native language is Spanish.
I am sure that American racialists have no idea that important stuff is being written in other languages. Hajo Liaucius for example, author of originals for this blog, is from the north-eastern European part of Russia.