I ran across a pretty powerful quote on a recent post from Paul Waggener, Viktoria. The whole post is good and I’ll return to it but this at the end really grabbed me by the emotional shorthairs.
A brother of mine told me the other night that someone once told him:
“Don’t make your children put a coward’s bones in your grave.”
This is why it is so important for men to have families, to have a posterity to think about rather than simply focusing on themselves. Your legacy will mean nothing if there is no one to remember you. For your posterity, what will they think of you after your death? This is a question that consumes many fathers.
The true measure of a man is often not discovered until after his death. What good will that be if you have no one to remember your name and if you did nothing worth remembering?
We stand on the cusp of decision time for each man.
That hasn’t been the case, not for a long time in our culture, and we have suffered as men for it.
Throughout the history of White men, hard decisions have had to be made by hard men. The decision to sail across an ocean to an unknown land. The decision to leave the life of comfortable conformity to travel West across the continent. The decision to say no to princes and popes. The decision to take up arms, right or wrong, to defend your blood and your soil. The decision to do what they said could not be done.
For the last 50 years or so, most White men have been able to quietly stand on the sidelines. Sure they saw what was happening but most were able to avoid being directly impacted by it through carefully choosing paths in life, moving to safe suburbs, working meaningless jobs that provided golden chains to keep you from discovering your own potential.
We have been absentee landlords over the nations we created from blood and fire but as everyone knows, if you leave something unattended it simply means someone else will step in. Lesser men have filled in where we fled and made a disaster of what we created. We didn’t care simply because we could avoid it. Race riots and rampant crime in the city? We packed up and left. Corruption at every level of the government? We grumbled at our TV and radio while talking heads provided a pressure valve. Social degradation at every turn? We had our sportsball and annual crappy vacations to look forward to.
Our room to run away is at the limit.
You can choose to draw inward more and more or you can choose to speak out. You can keep your head down in hopes that They you don’t attract their baleful eye or you can give the finger to that eye. You can choose the path of minimizing risk or you can risk everything.
What you can’t do is not choose.
I don’t really care for the band Rush but in their song Freewill the lyrics convey an important truth:
If you choose not to decide
You still have made a choice
Floating through life like a leaf on a stream, carried along by the current until you die, is no longer a viable option. Quiet contentment is an act of violence in Their eyes. You simply being not unhappy grates on Them. Therefore They are going to force your hand and make you choose. We are already seeing this, most clearly of late in the vaccine mandates. Will you take a “vaccine” that you know nothing about because They said so? They tried shaming us and then threatening us, and for many people it worked. Many of our people blinked and did what they were told because that is what we have been conditioned to do. Bake the cake, wear the mask, get the jab, attend the drag queen story hour. It’s all about making you do what They tell you to do and each surrender costs a man a piece of his soul.
If you thought the Covid mandates were bad, I’m sorry to tell you but that was just a taste. What is coming next? I am not sure but since nuclear war is apparently on the table, you can assume it will be awful. They got away with it, making people get something injected into them they didn’t want in order to save their jobs. Even worse, lots of weak people were clamoring for the jab despite having no real reason to get it. The whole Covid thing, it worked. People stayed home, they skipped family gatherings, they hid their faces behind ridiculous paper masks. When the next manufactured crisis comes, and it is coming and probably very soon, They think people will stumble over themselves to fall in line and They are right.
What will you do?
Standing up to Them the next time will mean more than inconvenience or being ostracized, it will mean more even than losing that shitty job you hate to go to. You will need to make a real choice this time and most people will choose the coward’s path. Those that don’t, the nails that stick up, will get the hammer. You will have to choose so you better get that idea straight in your head now.
A choice is coming. No one will be able to choose for you. How will you be remembered when your bones are in the ground?