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No politician in the world today inspires as much sympathy and admiration in me as Hitler. There is something irresistible about the destiny of this man, for whom every act of life has significance only by its symbolic participation in the historic destiny of a nation. For Hitler is a man who does not have what is called a private life. Since the war, his life is an abnegation and a sacrifice. A politician’s lifestyle acquires profoundness only when the desire for power and the imperialist will to conquer are accompanied by a great ability for abnegation.

The mystique of the Führer in Germany is perfectly justified. Even those who consider themselves passionate opponents of Hitler, and who claim to hate him, are in reality carried away by the flows of this mystique which has erected his personality into a myth. During the Röhm conspiracy, when nothing official was yet made known, I heard so many people who, the eve, criticized Hitler unreservedly, exclaiming: “Let’s hope nothing has happened to him!”


His speeches are marked by a pathos and frenzy which only the visions of a prophetic spirit can reach. Goebbels is finer, more subtle, has a more discrete irony, he has nuanced gestures and all the appearances of a refined and skillful intellectual, but he is not capable of the volcanic and torrential explosions which deprive you of your critical spirit. Hitler’s merit is to have deprived a nation of its critical spirit. One can dynamize something, one can create effervescence only insofar as one deprives men of that freedom which is their distance between each other and themselves [entre eux et soi]. The fecundity of a vision is revealed only by its ability to seduce. To be able to accuse of irresponsibility those who have chosen another path, here is the dramatic destiny and the responsibility of any visionary, dictator, and prophet.

With Hitler, the ability to seduce is all the more impressive in that it is not assisted by the charm of an expressive physiognomy. His face never expressed anything else than energy and sadness. Because one must know: Hitler is a sad person. This sadness stems from too much seriousness. This characterizes the entire German people, a hopelessly serious people, compared to which the Latin nations are jokester-nations.

I had the opportunity to witness one day, in Berlin, a sort of collective ecstasy before the Führer. During a celebration, at the moment when Hitler was passing on Unter den Linden, the population rushed forward and surrounded his car, without being able to pronounce a single word, paralyzed. Hitler is so rooted in German consciousness that there would need to be big disappointments for people to distance themselves from worship of him. It is perfectly curious to see that Hitler has risen in the confidence of the nation after the recent crisis of the party.

Those who voice reservations regarding him mention his “lack of culture.” As if, to lead a nation, one needed to cite Goethe in every speech! What matters is an infinite vibration of the soul, an absolute will to realization in history, an intense exaltation up to the absurd, an irrational élan to sacrifice one’s life. Let us admit that, in the dictatorships of Europe today, this great tension is present. It is necessary to become a power. We must also seriously ask ourselves if small nations can advance without resorting to [passer par] dictatorship.

It is equally true that dictatorships represent crises of the spirit. Each marks an emptiness in the historical progress of culture. A fair number of National Socialists concede this. Lack of universality, that is the problem of German culture. And National Socialism has made even the illusion of a universality disappear. Judging it from a strictly political viewpoint, it is a movement of an astounding magnitude. An extraordinary dynamism has seized the nation and has imprinted upon it a rhythm of unheard of intensity. In only a year, National Socialism has created more than Fascism in ten. Mussolini is perhaps more gifted than Hitler; but let us not forget that Hitler has fought longer, that he has encountered incomparable difficulties, and that the destiny of Germany is infinitely more complex and dramatic than that of Italy. A genuine social tragedy is taking place in Germany: in the current conditions, it is humanly impossible to defeat unemployment. The nation’s tension is so great that, given the impossibility of bringing immediate and concrete solutions to many insoluble problems for the moment, one persists in an atmosphere of “perpetual dynamic” whose dangers were highlighted by [Vice Chancellor Franz] von Papen in his Marburg speech, a harsh criticism of the regime, made in the name of the Catholic opposition.

The opposition of the Catholics is undeniably great. The pope having forbidden young Catholics from joining the Hitler-Jugend, the Hitlerian pressure and reactions have led to a serious conflict with the Catholics. The Bavarians, who are strongly practicing Catholics, would not hesitate an instant if they had to choose between their faith and National Socialism.

But Hitler means more for the German people than I-know-not-what pope who gets involved in the internal affairs of a people in the name of a Christianity trivialized by politics and called Catholicism.

Hitler has passionately set ablaze the political struggles and dynamized by one messianic breath an entire domain of values which democratic rationalism had made flat and trivial. We all need a mystique, for we are all tired of so many truths which do not burst forth from the flames.

Munich, July 4, 1934
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cxwx wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:04 pm
MeatGrease wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:54 pm
boasting about what a chad thundercock he was for nabbing a hot wife
I have no memory of this. He hardly ever talks about his love life on here and she rarely posts at all. What are you even talking about?
It sounded better than "I hate it when people are happy and I like it when people are sad."
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Of course if you are ridden with GRIDS or a vegan or a grossly obese loser, then maybe some precaution is warranted. But you should be worried regardless if you are any of those things.
I’m sure you’ll be happy to know that I’m not only an obese loser but the medication I’m on to treat Graves’ disease has a small chance of compromising my immune system. Be sure to kick my head stone over when I go man tits up.
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Before Corneliu Codreanu, Romania was an inhabited Sahara. Those who found themselves between earth and sky had no content, other than waiting. Someone had to come.

We all traversed the Romanian desert, incapable of anything. Contempt itself seemed an effort to us.

We could only contemplate our country under a negative light. In our moments of maddest hope, we granted it the momentary justification of a good joke. And Romania was no more than a good joke.

We spun around in the free air, empty of past and present, enjoying the sweet debauchery and the lack of destiny.


This poor country was a vast pause between a beginning without greatness and a vague possibility. In us the future moaned. In one, it boiled. And him, he broke the sweet silence of our existence and forced us to be. The virtues of a people were incarnated in him. The Romania of the possibilities was heading towards the Romania of power.

Emil Cioran
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I only had a few meetings with Corneliu Codreanu. I immediately understood that I spoke with a man, in a land of puppets. His presence was troubling and I never left him without feeling the irremediable breath, the crucial breath which accompanies existences marked by the inevitable. Why would I not admit that a strange fear took hold of me, a sort of enthusiasm full of forebodings?

The world of books appeared useless to me; the categories, inoperative; the prestige of intelligence, drab; the subterfuges of subtlety, vain.

The Captain did not suffer from the fundamental vice of the so-called Romanian intellectual. The Captain was not “intelligent,” the Captain was deep.

The spiritual disaster of Romania stems from thought without content, from intelligence. Spirit’s lack of consistence transforms problems into elements of abstract games and steals from the spirit its character of destiny. Intelligence degrades even suffering into chattering.

But those of the Captain, weighty and rare, rose from Destiny. They were made somewhere, far away. Hence the impression of a universe of the heart, of a universe of the eyes and of the thoughts.

When, in 1934, I told him how interesting it would be to tell the story of his life, he told me: “I have not spent my life in libraries. I don’t like reading. I stand here, and I think.”

These here thoughts have founded our raison d’être. In them, breathe nature and the sky.

And when they began their realization, the historical foundations of the country were shaken by it.

Corneliu Codreanu did not pose the problem of the immediate Romania, of modern contemporary Romania. That was much too little. This would not have accorded either with the scope of his vision, or of our expectations. He posed the problem in ultimate terms, in the totality of the national becoming. He did not want to correct the approximate misery of our condition, but to introduce the absolute into the day-to-day breathing of Romania. Not a revolution of a historical moment, but that of history. The Legion would then have to not only create Romania, but to redeem her past, fertilized by an immemorial absence, to save, by an inspired and unique folly, the enormous time lost.

The Legionary passion is the expression of a reaction, in the face of an unlucky past. This nation has shone in the world only by its permanence in misfortune. Never has it been otherwise. Our substance is an infinite negative. Hence the impossibility of overcoming the oscillation between a dissolving bitterness and an optimistic fury.

In a moment of discouragement, I told the Captain: “Captain, I do not believe Romania has a meaning in the world. No sign in her past justifies any such hope.”

“You are right,” he answered me. “Yet there are certain signs.”

“The Legionary Movement,” I added.

And then he showed me how he perceived the resurrection of the Dacian virtues. And I understood that between the Dacians and the Legionnaires was the pause in our being, because we are living Romania’s second beginning.

The Captain gave a meaning to Romania. Before him, the Romanian was only Romanian, that is to say a human material made up of drowsiness and humility. The Legionnaire is a Romanian of substance, a dangerous Romanian, an inevitability for himself and for others, an infinitely menacing human storm. The Iron Guard, a fanatical forest . . . The Legionnaire must be a man in which pride suffers from insomnia.

We were used to the second-hand patriot, gelatinous and empty. In his place, appears the individual who considered the country and its problems with a terrible relentlessness. There is a difference of spiritual density.

He who has given to the country another direction and also another structure united in him elementary passion and spiritual detachment. His solutions are valid in the immediate and in the eternal. History does not know, in this world, a visionary with a more practical mind and with such skill, sustained by the soul of a saint. Equally, it does not know another movement in which the problem of redemption goes hand in hand with the peasantry.

To build and to save, politics and mystique, here are the irreducibles, which he made his end [auxquelles il a mis fin]. He interested himself, in equal measure, to the organization of a mess hall and to the question of sin, to commerce and to faith. No one must forget it:

The Captain was a peasant established in the Absolute.

Each believed he understood him. However, he eluded everyone. He had surpassed the limits of Romania. He proposed to the Movement itself a way of life which surpassed Romanian endurance. He was too great. One is sometimes inclined to believe that he did not stem from the conflict between his greatness and our smallness. It is however no less true that the time of persecution has made emerge personalities that even the most confident utopia would not have suspected.

In a nation of slaves he introduced honor, and in a spineless cattle, pride. His influence has not only shaped his disciples, but, in a certain sense, also his enemies. For these, the scoundrels, have become monsters. He (this) forced him(self) to be strong, he imposed upon them a character in evil. They would not have become hellish caricatures, if the greatness of the Captain had not demanded the negative equivalent. We would be unfair to the butchers, if we considered them to be failures. All realized themselves. One step more, and they would have aroused the Devil’s jealousy.

Around the Captain, no one remained lukewarm. A new shiver passed over the country. A human land haunted by the essential. Suffering becomes the criteria of value, and death, that of vocation. In a few years, Romania has known a tragic palpitation, whose intensity consoles us for the cowardice of a thousand years of non-history. The faith of a man has given birth to a world, which surpasses Shakespeare’s ancient tragedy. And this in the Balkans!

On an absolute level, if I had to choose between Romania and the Captain, I would not hesitate for a second.

After his death, each felt himself to be even more alone, but beyond our loneliness was rising that of Romania.

No quill dipped in the ink of misfortune could describe the misfortune of our fate. However, we must be cowards, and console ourselves. With the exception of Jesus, no death has been more present among the living. Could someone have forgotten it? “Henceforth, Romania will be led by a dead man,” a friend told me on the banks of the Seine.

This dead man has spread the scent of eternity over our human muck, and returned a sky to Romania.
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cxwx wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:04 pm
MeatGrease wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:54 pm
boasting about what a chad thundercock he was for nabbing a hot wife
I have no memory of this. He hardly ever talks about his love life on here and she rarely posts at all. What are you even talking about?
Funny you remember the most pointless obscure shit except about the people you try to suck up to. Dudes entire MO is humble bragging about his life. This fucker made a thread just because he went on vacation. And then ran off all the members that actually posted good shit. Just desserts if you ask me.
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cxwx wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:11 pm
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Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:40 pm

Of course if you are ridden with GRIDS or a vegan or a grossly obese loser, then maybe some precaution is warranted. But you should be worried regardless if you are any of those things.
I’m sure you’ll be happy to know that I’m not only an obese loser but the medication I’m on to treat Graves’ disease has a small chance of compromising my immune system. Be sure to kick my head stone over when I go man tits up.
I'll go out on a limb here, as someone with a bunch of capital letters after their last name, and guess that someone actively participating in their healthcare might have a better chance of reaching old age than a sad sack who hasn't even finished the first draft of his manifesto yet.
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Hey Riley, did you try to explain to your ex wife before she divorced you that you are really good at putting people in a headlock? Maybe she didn't know...
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MeatGrease wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:14 pm
cxwx wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:04 pm
MeatGrease wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:54 pm
boasting about what a chad thundercock he was for nabbing a hot wife
I have no memory of this. He hardly ever talks about his love life on here and she rarely posts at all. What are you even talking about?
Funny you remember the most pointless obscure shit except about the people you try to suck up to. Dudes entire MO is humble bragging about his life. This fucker made a thread just because he went on vacation. And then ran off all the members that actually posted good shit. Just desserts if you ask me.
Hey, shitdick...no one asked you.
Ever.

You must not be much for hints.

No one "sucks up" to anyone here.
It's a third tier, metal-oriented messageboard with 11.5 regular posters.
No one (other than you) is trying to score points here.
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Hey Riley, did you try to explain to your ex wife before she divorced you that you are really good at putting people in a headlock? Maybe she didn't know...
Be fair; putting people in a headlock isn't nearly as impressive as self publishing.

The kneejerk "she must have left you" is telling.

Men never initiate divorce?
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Corona Timeline from our Commander in Chief.
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January 22: “We have it totally under control. It’s one person coming in from China. It’s going to be just fine.”

February 2: “We pretty much shut it down coming in from China.”

February 24: “The Coronavirus is very much under control in the USA… Stock Market starting to look very good to me!”

February 25: “CDC and my Administration are doing a GREAT job of handling Coronavirus.”

February 25: “I think that's a problem that’s going to go away… They have studied it. They know very much. In fact, we’re very close to a vaccine.”

February 26: “The 15 (cases in the US) within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero.”

February 26: “We're going very substantially down, not up.”

February 27: “One day it’s like a miracle, it will disappear.”

February 28: “We're ordering a lot of supplies. We're ordering a lot of, uh, elements that frankly we wouldn't be ordering unless it was something like this. But we're ordering a lot of different elements of medical.”

March 2: “You take a solid flu vaccine, you don't think that could have an impact, or much of an impact, on corona?”

March 2: “A lot of things are happening, a lot of very exciting things are happening and they’re happening very rapidly.”

March 4: “If we have thousands or hundreds of thousands of people that get better just by, you know, sitting around and even going to work — some of them go to work, but they get better.”

March 5: “I NEVER said people that are feeling sick should go to work.”

March 5: “The United States… has, as of now, only 129 cases… and 11 deaths. We are working very hard to keep these numbers as low as possible!”

March 6: “I think we’re doing a really good job in this country at keeping it down… a tremendous job at keeping it down.”

March 6: “Anybody right now, and yesterday, anybody that needs a test gets a test. They’re there. And the tests are beautiful…. the tests are all perfect like the letter was perfect. The transcription was perfect. Right? This was not as perfect as that but pretty good.”

March 6: “I like this stuff. I really get it. People are surprised that I understand it… Every one of these doctors said, ‘How do you know so much about this?’ Maybe I have a natural ability. Maybe I should have done that instead of running for president.”

March 6: “I don't need to have the numbers double because of one ship that wasn't our fault.”

March 8: “We have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on CoronaVirus.”

March 9: “This blindsided the world.”

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You definitely are the chad of this board I think... i support the motion

It's weird though because your status here predates that term by a lot.
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I still think QUIET RESPECT PLEASE every time i see an image of the Lincoln monument... its fucking weird as shit
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Capitalism may not be perfect but it’s pretty darn close.
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I still think QUIET RESPECT PLEASE every time i see an image of the Lincoln monument... its fucking weird as shit
The one Chad O'Riley is flexing? That boy got me all wet and bothered.
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dudes entire MO is to be an utterly delicious specimen always tantalizingly out of reach. i just want my dessert :cry:
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since its in the news now i can say that we have had covid patients at my hospital for a bit now.
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since its in the news now i can say that we have had covid patients at my hospital for a bit now.
Those patients were better...
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since its in the news now i can say that we have had covid patients at my hospital for a bit now.
Wow man!
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since its in the news now i can say that we have had covid patients at my hospital for a bit now.
Wow man!
Same.
We got our first few last Thursday.
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So how would you guys evaluate this whole, "As a medical professional, I know this is worse than you've imagined!" sentiment going around?
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So how would you guys evaluate this whole, "As a medical professional, I know this is worse than you've imagined!" sentiment going around?
I'm just a humble surgeon, so I'm going to have to defer to meatgrease's expert opinion on this one.

But seriously, you and your loved ones will be fine. The biggest issue I'm facing is that we lack the capacity to care for many of these patients at once. I'm already putting off elective cases next week because we need the beds for potential corona cases, so we can't have my patients tying up space for a week or more.
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Ideally, society should be organized via a warrior-priest aristocracy.

I can trace my ancestry all the way back to historic germanic tribal chieftains in fact.
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At least all the meetings I had with vendors are canceled for a month
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my epidemiologist friend in chicago diagnosed her first case last saturday and we kept up the conversation for a few days talking about different aspects of it, HIV treatments and the different stuff theyre using, details of the first case they had etc. but now she's gone silent since thursday. last thing she said was "my brain is mush, havent slept in a week"

i told her genesis p-orrige died but i didnt expect a response or anything i just figured she'd want to know :?
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