“Observance of caste, order and institutes [traditional] will not prevail in the Kali age. Marriages in this age will not be comfortable to the ritual, nor will the rules that connect the spiritual preceptor and his disciple be in force, … A regenerated man will be initiated in any way whatever [democracy applied to the spiritual plane] and such acts of penance as may be performed will be unattended by any results [this refers to a “humanistic” and conformist religion] . . . all orders of life will be common alike to all persons. . . .”
“In practice, we always base our preparations against an enemy on the assumption that his plans are good; indeed, it is right to rest our hopes not on a belief in his blunders, but on the soundness of our provisions. Nor ought we to believe that there is much difference between man and man, but to think that the superiority lies with him who is reared in the severest school.”
“To stand firm among the ruins, you have to actively oppose your lower impulses and shallow drives by pushing yourself over the cliff of conformity and taking that leap of fate which will elevate you above the herd mentality of the unwashed ignorant plebian masses which venerate this abominable gynecocracy regime of cultural distortion. To fight means to exist, and to exist is to defy the efforts of our Hostis to eradicate us as the last bastion of defence and obstacle for the realisation of their snowflake ambiguous dystopia.”
Developed out of an existing ancient combat system, Pankration was part of the army training of many Greek city-states. It was the core of the military instruction of the hoplites (the famous Greek infantry). The Spartans were particularly well-trained and excelled in that art. In their last stand at Thermopylae, they allegedly used Pankration skills as their final weapon. Once the 300 lost their armaments, they fought with bare hands, feet, and teeth, relying on their abilities to use unarmed fighting techniques.
Six hundred years ago, Europeans were fighting an aggressive Islamic expansion into Europe. Brave Christian knights held off the Ottomans until 1459 when the conquest was finally complete. One hundred years ago, Europe was in the middle of World War I. On 28th June 1914 shots fired by Gavrilo Princip that killed the evil, anti-Semitic, Austro-Hungarian occupier Archduke Ferdinand was the trigger which ignited the Balkan powder keg. Serbs paid a terrible price to be on the winning side. In the 1990’s, fighting to save the Non-Aligned and Socialist ideal of Yugoslavia and against Islamofascist terrorists was considered a war crime, Serbs again paid heavily with Southern Serbia occupied by NATO since 1999. Will EUristan/Europe learn its lesson from the Serbian tragedy or are we doomed to repeat it?