On the One Ring (2 of 2)

by Evropa Soberana


Note of the Editor: For the first installment of this essay see: here.

Of the dozens of quotes against civilisation in Evropa Soberana’s collection, I will only quote two of them. Since the collection has been done in Spanish, I don’t have the time to search in proper publications the English translations of the bulk of Soberana’s quotations. The two reproduced quotes are enough to convey why the present generation of whites is the worst since prehistory.

Compared to the Aryans of yore, Nietzsche’s quotation reminds me how tamed so-called white nationalists are, internalising Yahweh’s indictment against civilisation in the sense that like the normies, white nationalists are also behaving ‘like lambs to the slaughter’. (One example of such sacrificial lamb is a John Henry Eden who tried today to post a comment on ‘WN is a Club for Women’ that I did not let pass: ‘I’m not an intellectual, nor do I pose as one in comment sections, but The Turner Diaries is the biggest load of hooey I’ve ever read’.)

These are the two quotes that appear as epigraphs in Soberana’s essay:

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Babylon was a gold cup in the Lord’s hand;
she made the whole earth drunk.
The nations drank her wine;
therefore they have now gone mad.

I will dry up her sea
and make her springs dry.
Babylon will be a heap of ruins,
a haunt of jackals,
an object of horror and scorn,
a place where no one lives.

But while they are aroused,
I will set out a feast for them
and make them drunk,
so that they shout with laughter—
then sleep forever and not awake,
declares the Lord.
I will bring them down
like lambs to the slaughter,
like rams and goats.

—Jeremiah

To call the taming of an animal its ‘improvement’ sounds almost like a joke to our ears. Whoever knows what goes on in menageries doubts that the beasts are ‘improved’ there.

—Nietzsche