Create a tribe, become a lobbyist or engage in metapolitics? 

Some of the people I admire most are the ones who totally rejects modern society altogether. They go out into the woods, and with their own sweat, blood and determination they create something new and unique beyond stiff conservative ideas and postmodern illusions. Anyone can adopt a set of ideas and thus “become part of a movement”, but to create something in the real world that both defies modernity and that is able to carry the weight of a whole tribe, it doesn’t just require ingenuity, it takes grit, discipline and organization. The wolves of Vinland and operation werewolf is the best example I know of this. 

I also believe that tribalism is something more rooted in human psyche, much more than globalism, occidentalism or even nationalism. And no matter If we live in a society based on the free market or in a socialist regime, in our hearts our loyalty will always remain around our family, close friends and the local community, all that is much closer to a tribe than anything else. 

Like Jack Donovan points out in his book “the way of men” even incredibly large organizations like the US-army are built on many much smaller units – bands of brothers, units that are small enough to create the kind of loyalty that can stand the test of situations revolving around life and death, but still big enough to carry itself like an organization in and of itself. A tribe is small enough so you don’t have to pretend to care about every single member of it, but it is still big enough to run a small society, city or municipality. 

Cast a vote without relying on it. 

I wholeheartedly embrace tribalism as a worldview, however I don’t exclude that I am, no matter If I like it or not, entangled in processes and interests that go beyond or outside the tribal ones. And it doesn’t cost me much to cast a vote every four years on a party that atleast pay lipservice to the interests of my people and that in some small way can halt or at least slowdown the displacement of my kind. So that just maybe my children wont have to grow up as a hated minority in what used to be their native homelands. I now have children in Sweden and Italy, countries that are both besieged by cultural marxism and its symptoms of open borders and ethnomasochism.

Metapolitics in practice. 

But on the arena of ethnic struggles I realize that what matters most in the long run is not partypolitics but metapolitics and culture. Therefor in my own small way I try to contribute in any way I can to the cultural struggle, by writing about culture in a pro-European perspective on my blogs in Swedish, English and soon also in Italian. By teaching my children about the their true history beyond the simplified and often falsified versions of Hollywood, and most important of all through leading by example in the best of my abilities by demonstrating a life of pride, strength and purpose. Except for this I hope to be able to create something resembling an authentic tribe as well, or atleast join one, after all, one thing doesn’t have to exclude another. 

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What spirituality is, beyond religion, new age and Harry Potter .

The best definition of spirituality I’ve seen is from an old Swedish lexicon where it says “spirituality is nature in its higher development”. What this mean is, that when we look beyond the basics of nature and natural needs, we are confronted with questions that deal with things like transcendence. Questions like “what is the meaning with my life”, “is there more to reality than what we can see or measure with science”, and so on. 

When people hear the word “spiritual” they often think of it in three frameworks. Either they think about it in the context of the rigid compounds of various religions, they think about it in the ridiculous style of Hollywood like with Harry Potter and similar movies, or they think about westerners LARPing as Indians, trying to summon some other peoples ancestors, or taking pictures of their auras in some newage-store. Im not saying that there isnt spiritual elements in these examples, but I believe there are much more tangible examples.

Beauty.

One of my favorite modern books of philosophy is “Why Beauty Matter” by Roger Scrutton. In this book he argues that beauty is not something subjective but a form of truth. Beauty is something most sane people can identify in a classic painting, in a flower or a majestic mountain. Science have proven that classical music can improve our thinking and even improve the health of plants. But why is this? Nature could might as well have made things we consider ugly to be beneficial and pleasing to us. 

Many times beauty has no practical value to our lives, but still we value it so much. Beauty seem to be one of those aspects of our world that point to a higher truth of our existence. Therefor I consider, appreciating and to be grateful for the beauty in our life a spiritual practice. The french writer, and I would argue, philosopher Marcel Proust, once said that if he had one day left to live, he would spend it appreciating art, nature and beautiful women among other things, that is to me a spiritual approach to life and death. 

Wonder and awe. 

I don’t know if other animals experience wonder or awe, but none the less, I consider it to be another transcendent (spiritual) experience. When we ponder the wastness of the universe and the infinity of time and space, we can be filled with a feeling of wonder. Or when we visit the ancient cave paintings in France, and gaze upon some of the oldest artwork of our people, I think most of us are filled with a sense of awe. Again, these are feelings that seem to have nothing to do with our basic human needs. 

The longing to, and sense of wonder toward, what is beyond our comprehension is what some call our Faustian spirit, that seem to be especially prevalent in Western peoples, is one of our most tangible experiences we can have of a higher spiritual realm. Therefor I believe that another spiritual practice would be trying to find as many experiences that result in a sense of awe and wonder as possible. To lay in a field at night and gaze upon the stars, to visit a local rune stone and consider the amazing link between yourself and your ancestors, or if you wish to be more active; to skydive, climb a high mountain or try to live self-sufficient in nature for a longer period of time. 

Sacrifice.

I think it was the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer who were one of the more prevalent latest thinkers, in pointing to the transcendent meaning of sacrifice. An atheist like Richard Dawkins would explain most humans sacrifices for others as a biological trait for the survival of our genes, and there is a point in that. But since humans have the ability to reflect before we take decisions we can always take in consideration, the atheist belief, that we will never experience any benefit of making something that only will help those who will come into this earth after we are gone, but still so many do this. 

Why do so many people get upset about decisions that will not have any affect on us while we are still alive? Is this only a biologically inclined gut-reaction? I don’t think even the atheists believe this, they would propably point toward their good consciousness as their main reason. But why would anyone sacrifice their reputation, their standard of life, or even their own life to secure a good life for those who will live when we are gone? Joseph Campbell pointed out in his “The power of myth” that most of the social activists he met among his students seemed to have a more transcendent view of life then most religious people. 

I believe that deep down we all have a sense that this life on earth is not all there is. We don’t know how or why, but somehow we are connected to those who have gone before us, and those who will come after us, and this might be the strongest and most tangible connection we have to spirituality. So my final suggestion to practice your spirituality is to remember and celebrate your ancestors as much as possible. And another way is to do something that in someway will contribute to our descendants, because like the former leader of Asatru Folk Assembly says “We are all ancestors in training”. 

Most of them will die!

In the book ”Convergence of catastrophes” by the author Guillame Faye predicts that there will be a bunch of catastrophes emerging in about the same time, the main ones are economic, ecologic and ethnic. I believe that this will force us to create a convergence of solutions. To face the ecologic crises we need to hunt, fish and farm our own lands again. To face the economic meltdown we need to return to basic production and trade again. And to face the demographic catastrophe of mostly the Western world with massive immigration of hostile ethnic groups and religions, we will need to become racially aware and tribal again.

I think this shift In living and thinking will be forced upon us with time, but of course fate will probably favor the prepared as it usually does. But even if no catastrophe emerge in our lifetime it doesn’t matter, we will at least have created a better foundation for our children to face it. But also this way of life is superior to the current accepted ideals (or lack thereof) of life since it’s closer to the evolutionary conditions that made us into humans in the first place.

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Convergence of solutions

We do have many emerging crises that seem to be converging at the same time, but there are no one simple way to fight this, rather we have to build on ourselves and focus on our own communities to create a better foundation for our children to face these issues when they grow up. If shit hits the fan, it won’t have mattered if you belonged to the right side or the left side of the political spectrum, the only thing that will matter is your network of people, your personal skills, your resources (like weapons, fertile land, clean water and so on).

But we don’t live in a post-apocalyptic world, not yet anyway. If you live in Europe, Canada, US, Australia or New Zeeland or in any moderately healthy eastern-European state, there are no excuses for you not to be a stable, self-sufficient, strong, well-prepared and well-founded man. You should be like a renaissance-man – someone who knows many things. You should not be a tin-foil hat person kind of guy that spends his days spreading doom and gloom on social media without creating anything (I have been guilty for this myself). You should be able to fight, to build a house, to hunt, to fire a rifle (and preferably own one), to read a map and win the respect of other men you admire.

The way of men.

If you still don’t know what kind of man you should aspire to be I recommend that you read The way of men by Jack Donovan, I will write a review about this amazing book in the near future. But if you still spend time bitching about what a horrible state the world is in, then you still didn’t get what it takes to prepare for the revolution. And when things really gets so bad that most whiners try to say it already is, they won’t be allowed to complain the way they are now anyway, because internet will be to restricted or it won’t exist at all.

The new man – archeofuturism.

In another book by Guillame Faye ”Archeofuturism” the author argues for a new way of life and organizing society that is a synergy between our must essential archaic values and biological predispositions combined with the best of modern technology and medicine. For myself i try to live according to this by following a paleo diet (the old) but use supplements of vitamin-D and Omega 3 to get enough nutrition because of the deteriorated quality of modern food sources (the new). I try to spend as much time in nature as possible and use organic clothes (the old) while using internet and social media to promote good values, stay connected to brothers who live abroad and make money to support my family and my tribe until the economic system fails totally (the new).

Most of them will die.

The new man that will survive the coming man-made catastrophes are not the flamboyantly dishonourable, feminist, soyalatte-drinking, vegan hipster. The new man will be a tribalist, racially aware, a masculine survivalist, who can be a predator in both the corporate world and in the wild forest. He is a patient wolf ready at any moment to kill or enslave his enemies, to ravage his woman and sacrifice the heads of his detractors to the Gods of old. The SJW would object to this and say ”but we can’t all live like this, most people would die”, and they are right. That is another important distinction between the globalist and the tribalist, the whole of humanity is not our concern, just our part of it, and if you don’t wish to take sides when the time comes, you will perish as well.