THEORY OF THE HOLOCAUST. DO NOT BE NATIONALIST. DO NOT USE A NATIONAL FLAG. USE THE EFFICIENT ETERNITY SYMBOL WITH YOUR OWN RELIGIOUS, OCCULTIST OR MYSTICAL SYMBOLS.
In On the Genealogy of Morals, Nietzsche presents three treatises which trace episodes in the evolution of moral concepts with a view to confronting “moral prejudices”, specifically those of Christianity and Judaism. In the “First Treatise”, Nietzsche demonstrates that the two pairs of opposites “good/evil” and “good/bad” have very different origins, and that the word “good” itself came to represent two opposed meanings. In the “good/bad” distinction of the aristocratic way of thinking, “good” is synonymous with nobility and everything which is powerful and life-asserting; in the “good/evil” distinction, which Nietzsche calls “slave morality”, the meaning of “good” is made the inverse of the original aristocratic “good”, which itself is re-labelled “evil”. This inversion of values develops out of the ressentiment felt by the weak towards the powerful. From the aristocratic mode of valuation, another mode of valuation branches off, which develops into its opposite: the priestly mode. Nietzsche proposes that longstanding confrontation between the priestly caste and the warrior caste fuels this splitting of meaning. The priests, and all those who feel disenfranchised and powerless in a lowly state of subjugation and physical impotence (e.g., slavery), develop a deep and venomous hatred for the powerful. Thus originates what Nietzsche calls the “slave revolt in morality”, which, according to him, begins with Judaism, for it is the bridge that led to the slave revolt, via Christian morality, of the alienated, oppressed masses of the Roman Empire (a dominant theme in The Antichrist, written the following year). Nietzsche concludes his First Treatise by hypothesising a tremendous historical struggle between the Roman dualism of “good/bad” and that of the Judaic “good/evil”, with the latter eventually achieving a victory for ressentiment, broken temporarily by the Renaissance, but then reasserted by the Reformation, and finally confirmed by the French Revolution when the “ressentiment instincts of the rabble” triumphed.
The Jews – a people “born for slavery,” as Tacitus and the whole ancient world say of them; “the chosen people among the nations,” as they themselves say and believe – the Jews performed the miracle of the inversion of valuations, by means of which life on earth obtained a new and dangerous charm for a couple of millenniums. Their prophets fused into one the expressions “rich,” “godless,” “wicked,” “violent,” “sensual,” and for the first time coined the word “world” as a term of reproach. In this inversion of valuations (in which is also included the use of the word “poor” as synonymous with “saint” and “friend”) the significance of the Jewish people is to be found; it is with them that the slave-insurrection in morals commences.
All the world’s efforts against the “aristocrats,” the “mighty,” the “masters,” the “holders of power,” are negligible by comparison with what has been accomplished against those classes by the Jews – the Jews, that priestly nation which eventually realised that the one method of effecting satisfaction on its enemies and tyrants was by means of a radical transvaluation of values, which was at the same time an act of the cleverest revenge. Yet the method was only appropriate to a nation of priests, to a nation of the most jealously nursed priestly revengefulness. It was the Jews who, in opposition to the aristocratic equation (good = aristocratic = beautiful = happy = loved by the gods), dared with a terrifying logic to suggest the contrary equation, and indeed to maintain with the teeth of the most profound hatred (the hatred of weakness) this contrary equation, namely, “the wretched are alone the good; the poor, the weak, the lowly, are alone the good; the suffering, the needy, the sick, the loathsome, are the only ones who are pious, the only ones who are blessed, for them alone is salvation – but you, on the other hand, you aristocrats, you men of power, you are to all eternity the evil, the horrible, the covetous, the insatiate, the godless; eternally also shall you be the unblessed, the cursed, the damned!” We know who it was who reaped the heritage of this Jewish transvaluation.
ANTI-RACIST MILITARIES CONQUER THEMSELVES.
Though you might conquer in battle a thousand times a thousand men, you’re the greatest battle-winner If you conquer just one – yourself.
The Buddha (Dhammapada verse 103).
Nazism is extremely hard, but it is even harder to overcome it.
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