Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Two Links.

Breivik's Brain.

Sailer gets it, but it really should have been titled Breivik's Soul.
The most notable traits of Breivik’s character are a Nietzschean lack of Christian compassion and guilt, grandiose ambition, self-confidence, competitiveness, cynicism, and a lack of normal human emotions. The standard assumption is that he is an unstable individual driven to rage by reading anti-jihad websites such as Gates of Vienna. But I don’t sense a huge amount of anger in the hundreds of pages I endured. Instead, 2083 reads more like a marketing and strategic document—a business plan, as it were—for how to build an ideology and a movement that will win a struggle for control of Europe.

The banality of evil, and  

Breivik despises Marxists—they are, to him, the enemy team against which he competes—but he accepts much of their intellectual framework.
The problem is that too many of the right are like Breivik, crypto leftists.

The Highest Combat.

Now we're getting to business. 

As Belloc said, The faith is Europe and Europe is the faith.  No faith and the West ceases to exist. It simply becomes a geographical location, not an idea.

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