Killing of ROTC Second Lieutenant:
So, if you wonder why I want these people treated as terrorists, now you know. An excerpt from the Oath taken by military officers:
“…do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same…”
Unrelated Item for Richard Spenser. I do NOT consider them equivalent.
Recent Richard Spencer news:
When you have lost everything, even your name, there is little point in going on. I was not churlish enough to leave my body hanging where I would be found by those who would be hurt by it. I brought my rope with me to the park. There was an old maple tree […]
I honor all the gods, although Odin is one I do not do much more than that. Still, the story resonates and might be of interest to those who do.
I think this is certainly informative and that, as Heathens, we have to dive in and be aware of these cesspools.
We understand, sadly, these people better than most. I wish that it were not so.
This is inspired first and foremost by this:
The majority of the article deals with classified information and intelligence gathering which, while important, is not what I wish to address:
Read from – The corruption has begun.
This is the issue I have feared for a long time, that honorable folks will be corroded by someone without honor or loyalty. That individual’s record is public and I feel no need to address that here.
Our Constitution bans Guilt by Association:
Guilty by association refers to the attribution of guilt without any proof on individuals solely for the reason that those whom they associate with are guilty.
It is good that this is banned by law and it is also seen as a logical fallacy:
One quote: “Russia is our friend.”
The torches are citronella. I guess they are afraid of mosquitoes.
I thought this overall a good analysis and this conclusion was my favorite part:
Out of an entire community, only one individual is willing to offer great personal sacrifice in order to protect his fellows from a dire threat that has grown up within the community. Rather than turning to violence against others, he nobly stands up and takes the resulting damage to himself. As a result, he gains the ability to join the hands of other people in agreement and harmony.
I have learned in various places that sometimes being willing to take a punch is as or more important than being ready to throw one, although I certainly am. Another way to put it:
Tyr teaches that sometimes we have to let the Nazi punch us, even if punching the Nazi is morally and ethically valid.
My willingness to take that hit shows others that I value them. I prefer to think of Fenrir in this story as an embodiment of community destruction, although I concede to deeper meanings. Sometimes you may not be thanked, but you will still have an effect.