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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Happy Mother's Day

Best wishes, heartfelt gratitude, and a Happy Mother's Day to Spacebunny and all the dedicated mothers raising the next generation of the West. These brave women fight a daily war with those who would tear them down and destroy both them and their families that is too little recognized, and they often do so with very little emotional support from anyone. The home front is the first and most important front.

One thing the Alt-Right must never forget is that the restoration of Western Civilization depends upon convincing the mothers of the European nations to cast their lot in with us rather than with the barbarians and destroyers. It is essential not to get too caught up in bitterness over feminism or negative personal experiences, but rather, to focus on the long-term objectives. The dyscivilizationists won many women over to their side, and it is up to the eucivilizationists to win them back.

Even the rabbits of Watership Down understood that a society without mothers will not survive.

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29 Comments:

Anonymous kfg May 14, 2017 8:11 AM  

" . . . the restoration of Western Civilization depends upon convincing the mothers of the European nations to cast their lot in with us rather than with the barbarians and destroyers."

This will not be done with flowers, candy or dialectic. It will be done by standing up, like men, and repelling the barbarians and destroyers, no matter how much women whine about how it "isn't nice," and "we aren't your women."

Anonymous DirkH May 14, 2017 8:19 AM  

Women are victims of feminism. Feminism is pushed on them from atop by the Globalist-owned dying Old Media.

An important milestone was Eddie Bernays using some debutantes posing as suffragettes smoking cigarettes in a parade, earning him a nice paycheck and resulting in giant profits for the cigarette industries - and a later rise in cancer and heart disease in women.

But the invention of feminism goes back even further:
https://dirkhblog.wordpress.com/2017/05/14/fourier-inventor-of-feminism-genderism-the-tower-block/

Anonymous kfg May 14, 2017 8:31 AM  

" . . . fourier-inventor-of-feminism . . ."

Even Fourier had antecedents. The thing is that neither Fourier, nor Engels, nor Bernays invented women and their nature. They merely leveraged what was already there.

Women will run with the herd and be attracted to the strong.

The best way to attract women to our side is to, ya know, win.

Anonymous Avalanche May 14, 2017 8:51 AM  

@3 "The best way to attract women to our side is to, ya know, win."

Amen amen amen!! I'd add, that most "K" women have a (not entirely unconscious) desire FOR the man who can be violent and aggressive in protecting her and their family. (But NOT towards her and the kids!!) (I think some "r" women have it too, but it's buried really deep under b.s.! Or maybe they're just brainwashed "K"s?)

And a LOT of the women who are trying so very hard to "be" (pseudo-)men and succeed or act "as" men in business and whatever other fields ARE "K" women...

I explained to a rather aggressive and defensive woman the other day, that her husband IS a "K" (and, thus, a "real" man) so her fighting him for ascendance in the household was never ever going to work!

She resents and resists the "submissive woman" thing (that she has been told a good woman is supposed to be.) I pointed out that the alpha male's alpha mate is SUPERIOR to all the other wolves; she's not bottom-of-the-bin; she's the other half of the ruling pair! (I always add: she needs to NOT be stupid and try to "out-masculine" the other males -- but her status IS her status, and with it comes duties, responsibilities, and bennies!

She does not, however, fight to rule over (or even be equal to!) her mate; she learns how to "manage the marriage" by dealing with, addressing, and following the leader in HIS way, not hers.

Anonymous Looking Glass May 14, 2017 9:06 AM  

Feminism is a weaponized form of Eve's Temptation from Average or Below Average Women. It's actual, primary, function is to give lower-ranked Women access to higher-ranked Men. Something they would have never previously had access to. This requires a society that never tells Women "no" and one where significant numbers of average-ranked Women have effect on the social setting.

All of the culture-wide Evil is a side effect. Side effects a lot of Women want (Alpha F***s; Beta Bucks is an *instinct*), but the people that have always pushed it rarely can think that far ahead. Cultural Marxism just happens to have been a brilliant vehicle for it.

It's also important to remember that it gave a cultural "voice" to a large group of Women that, in nearly all cases, never should have one because they're far too short-sighted to provide any actual insight. It is Eve's Mindless Envy writ large.

Blogger Sagramore May 14, 2017 9:27 AM  

Was thinking of mom last night watching a show about a former black hole air base town in Ontario. She trained there when she was in the service and I think of her every time some uppity feminist goes on about women in tech.

After all, she taught me about secure passwords in the 80's and has never used a personal computer (she is PBS if that's a clue why).

Happy second birthday Mom.

Blogger Good Will May 14, 2017 9:41 AM  

I used to be proud of the fact that my wife and I brought seven (white, God-fearing, Christian) children into this world, homeschooled them, raised them in the faith. They were my "contribution" to combating the demise of Western Civilization.

But then she "died," jettisoning our marriage and our faith which bound us together. My children are now "bastards." They go to their church (if they do) only for show. The religion we once embraced (Mormonism) cast me out when I "pushed back" against their cultish tendencies and fabled traditions.

That same religion (and my former friends) then supported her in leaving me (since I was now an "apostate" and our "eternal marriage" impossible).

I feel like Uriah the Hittite, fighting the enemy at the frontlines of the hottest part of the heated battle -- for family, faith and country -- only to discover that my wife is being screwed by the king back home, my family and country are going to hell, and I'm am to be betrayed and killed by those I serve, despite my love, faith and devotion to them.

I'm shattered, friends. The ones I love with all my heart don't love me anymore.

I lament this Mother's Day for all of us who have loved and lost the mothers of our souls.

Anonymous Homesteader May 14, 2017 9:57 AM  

@Good Will-The same thing happened to me- she left after 15 years, because "unhappy". I tried everything, to no avail. Shattered is a good way to describe it- I believed in "til death do us part", and thought she did to. My formerly homeschooled kids are now in public school; the home I once gloried in has been laid waste. Do I blame her? Somewhat- but I blame the insidiousness of the Narrative more.

I remind myself that bitterness is a) a form of vanity, and b) non- productive. But Mother's day without my children's mother, in the aftermath of frivorce- bitterness and anger whisper their arias in my ear.

Anonymous MIG May 14, 2017 10:17 AM  

"Even the rabbits of Watership Down understood that a society without mothers will not survive."

And don't forget about Peter Pan.

Blogger Good Will May 14, 2017 10:32 AM  

@Homesteader -- My sympathies to you. And all the same emotions.

Blogger John rockwell May 14, 2017 10:43 AM  

Indeed but only those who are worthy not those who are determined to rebel. To undermine headship whatever chance she got.

Masculinized feminists are goners.

Anonymous Homesteader May 14, 2017 10:51 AM  

Thanks. I focus on my kids, now- they will hold me to account in their adulthood- my actions are predicated with that day in mind.

Stay strong, brother- there is a Reckoning.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey May 14, 2017 11:11 AM  

@DirkH
"An important milestone was Eddie Bernays using some debutantes posing as suffragettes smoking cigarettes in a parade,"

Sigmund Freud's nephew. Double nephew (both sides), actually. Literally wrote the book on propaganda, though the title of one of his other books is even more revealing: "The Engineering of Consent." A variant of this phrase, "manufacturing consent," is now associated with Noam Chomsky, but appears to have originated with Walter Lippmann.

Bernays is remembered now mostly for his efforts in the commercial realm, but got his start in churning out pro-WW1 propaganda for the US government, working for the Committee for Public Information. Lippmann also worked in the propaganda field during WW1, and used the expression "manufacturing consent" to refer to that effort.

It's interesting to note that after WW1, there was significant attention given to the perceived excesses of Allied war propaganda, including atrocity propaganda. No such phenomenon occurred after WW2. Perhaps because Allied war propaganda during WW2 was all true? Or not...

Also, interesting blog post. Yet again demonstrating that the sickness goes all the way back to the Enlightenment. Look at the length of the wikipedia entry on New Harmony that you link to to; a single small town that was a dismal failure, yet clearly someone thinks that it was an important step on the way to a socialist utopia.

Anonymous Red Cabbage May 14, 2017 11:49 AM  

@7 & @8
My mom did the same to my dad: divorced him and got most of the custody of my brother and I, with child support to boot. Then she moved 2 hours away.

In my high school years, my dad and stepdad spent 4 hours each, every other weekend, driving us to a drop-off point so we could visit him 2 weekends a month.

It was my dad's and stepmom's example that ultimately brought me and my brother back to a principled way of life, when we hit about 25.

Now we see my mom's actions clearly, and though we love her, we do not emulate her. You can still be important to your children. In fact, you are very important, even if it does not seem that way right now. Keep the faith.

Blogger CM May 14, 2017 11:56 AM  

Thank you, VD! And Happy Mother's Day to Spacebunny :)

Also, thank you to the men here who reaffirm the value of being a kind, gentle, submissive wife and putting kids before money and worldly status.

Anonymous Red Cabbage May 14, 2017 11:56 AM  

PS: I should add that all of my parents and step-parents kept it classy, especially my dad. He didn't have to tell us; we figured it out.

And now my mom is 60, divorced 3 times, and broke... and still looking for Mr. Right... the karma is painful to watch.

Blogger Shell May 14, 2017 12:00 PM  

I read for many reasons, but these are the kinds of posts I enjoy the most.

Blogger The Observer May 14, 2017 12:01 PM  

A man can at most destroy you utterly. That is powerful and terrifying in its own right.

A woman can, at the height of her powers, make your blood immortal. Those women who don't exercise said power are but empty shells of what they could be.

Blogger Sheila4g May 14, 2017 12:14 PM  

@7 Good Will and @8 Homesteader: My sympathies to you both. I've been blessed by God with my family but know or have heard of too many women initiating frivorces. In many ways I dislike having a separate "Mother's Day and "Father's Day." Married heterosexual parents are essential to a child's healthy upbringing. They work as a team and ought to be celebrated as such.

Anonymous Bird on a Wing May 14, 2017 12:56 PM  

This was a delight to read. In the beginning, I had an idea and a hope--but the reality is so much better.

Well done. Well done.

Anonymous Jill May 14, 2017 1:14 PM  

Loving my mother, being a mother are two of the greatest parts of life. I realized the other day that I've had kids under age 10 in the house since 95. Next week, my youngest will turn 10. People think I'm a happy person, esp the younger generation. I don't think of myself that way, but I think they're detecting soul satisfaction. If I had any advice to give the younger generation, it would be to get married, have kids. At the very least, stop hating kids (I hear that a lot from millennial women) because it's like hating your own soul.

Blogger liberranter May 14, 2017 1:55 PM  

. In many ways I dislike having a separate "Mother's Day and "Father's Day." Married heterosexual parents are essential to a child's healthy upbringing.

Imagine the impact that the Church (Capital "C") could have if it started a "Parents Day" celebration (pick a Sunday between the two current separate holidays) that emphasizes the essentiality of the Scripturally-centered family to the sustainment of human civilization, with emphasis on the essential roles that EACH parent plays, backed up by relevant scriptural references.

Alas, that would require the Church to LEAD AND INFLUENCE the culture rather than the other way around. That's far too radical and counter-cultural an idea to take root within the world-worshiping facade that poses as the Church in most of the western world today. Sand, while unpalatable and insipid, is easier to find and extract and is more plentiful than salt.

Anonymous Bird on a Wing May 14, 2017 2:07 PM  

And thank you. I am very grateful.

Anonymous shimajiro May 14, 2017 2:30 PM  

母の日、おめでとうございます!

Blogger Beau May 14, 2017 4:06 PM  

@Good Will and @ Homesteader

God raised my marriage from the dead.

I would very willingly walk alongside you to accomplish as the camp song joyfully sings, "I went to the enemy's camp and I took back what he stole from me." There is a path to victory in Jesus. I'll walk it with you for the restoration of your marriage if you want. Contact me at chamorrobeau[at]hotmail. We are celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary this month by God's steadfast love and grace. Our God specializes in the impossible.

Anonymous Stickwick May 14, 2017 4:09 PM  

Thank you, Vox. Happy Mother's Day to all the mamas here.

Anonymous Maria May 14, 2017 4:23 PM  

Thank you, VD.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable May 14, 2017 6:57 PM  

It is essential not to get too caught up in bitterness over feminism or negative personal experiences, but rather, to focus on the long-term objectives.

And that will be the hardest thing, as this thread has already demonstrated. But I think kfg has the right of it.

Anonymous Passinthough May 14, 2017 8:52 PM  

The hand the rocks the cradle rules the world. True words when you think about them. Happy Mother's day. May your children rise up and call you blessed.

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