Philosophy & Ideology
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu – For My Legionaries.pdf: The Iron Guard (the original title in Romanian was Pentru Legionari) is written by the Romanian Christian National Socialist leader Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, the founder of the organization The Iron Guard. It was first published in 1936 and translated into multiple languages over decades, with its first English translation having been published in 1979 and two more English editions later. For My Legionaries is largely autobiographical, with a few sections dedicated to philosophical or ideological thoughts, and was addresssed to the Legionaries who followed him. The book gives much information about Codreanu’s life and his fascinating and heroic struggle against the Jews that oppressed his native European people.
Nietzsche – On the genealogy of morals.pdf – Major work on ethics, by one of the most influential thinkers of the last 2 centuries, deals with master/slave morality and modern man’s current moral practices; the evolution of man’s feelings of guilt and bad conscience; and how ascetic ideals help maintain human life under certain conditions.
Nietzsche – Thus Spoke Zarathustra.pdf – ‘The profoundest book there is, born from the innermost richness of truth, an inexhaustible well into which no bucket descends without coming up with gold and goodness.’ Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1885) was Nietzsche’s own favourite among all his books and has proved to be his most popular, having sold millions of copies in many different languages. In it he addresses the problem of how to live a fulfilling life in a world without meaning, in the aftermath of ‘the death of God’. Nietzsche’s solution lies in the idea of eternal recurrence which he calls ‘the highest formula of affirmation that can ever be attained’. A successful engagement with this profoundly Dionysian idea enables us to choose clearly among the myriad possibilities that existence offers, and thereby to affirm every moment of our lives with others on this ‘sacred’ earth.
Savitri Devi – The Lightning and the Sun.pdf – A classic philosophical work about the historical inevitability of cultural decay and rebirth. Savitri Devi couches her arguments in metaphor, using “lightning” to refer to forces of destruction and “sun” to refer to building in accordance with nature’s eternal laws. Both are necessary, says Devi, since to build the pure and new one must first sweep away the rotting debris of the corrupt old order. Violence, per se, has no moral assignment; it’s either worth its while or not, depending on what it aims for. For illustration, the author examines in detail the lives of three figures from history: Akhnaton, Genghis Khan, and Adolf Hitler. She argues that we are at the end of a cycle of history in which corruption and lies prevail over honor and truth, and that the time is ripe for the storm of violence that will precede the next golden age.
William Joyce – National Socialism Now.pdf – This is a pre-WWII 57 page booklet produced by the National Socialist League which was run by William Joyce.
“National Socialism, no matter who may use the term or feel the spirit first, must arise from soil and people or not at all. It springs from no temporary grievance, but from the revolutionary yearning of the people to cast off the chains of gross, sordid,- democratic materialism without having to put on the shackles of Marxian Materialism, which would be identical with the chains cast off“. – William Joyce (National Socialism Now – chapter 1)
William Joyce – Twilight Over England.pdf –
“In the course of years and experience the basis of my patriotism had changed. It was no longer the collection of sentimental abstractions that had satisfied me in my youth. Having seen how the poor lived and how they suffered, I had realized the impossibility of a patriotism which excluded them. On the one hand, the Tory politicians  were ruining the Empire for the sake of international finance: on the other hand, the mere fact that the Conservatives claimed a monopoly of patriotism made millions of the working people detest it. It became clear to me that it was vain presumption to talk about patriotism until the masses of the people were given some real reason to love their country: and the only real reason conceivable was that a new and scientific economic system should abolish unemployment, poverty, and social injustice. The more I investigated the facts, the more convinced I became that the old stereotyped patriotism was a hollow sham, designed to conceal the operations of financiers and preserve the privileges of an effete plutocratic caste. From the outset of my political career, I was always told how unwise it was to mention the Jews. One could condemn the King in public without any fear as to the consequences: but to mention the Jews was sacrilege. For some years I worked to break this evil superstition, and I believe that I succeeded.” – William Joyce (Twilight Over England – Author’s Preface)
Arnold Leese – Out Of Step.pdf
PREFACE – This autobiographical effort is in two parts: the first deals with my experiences until I retired from the Veterinary Profession in 1928; the second, with events in the political pioneering career that I carried on after that year by opposing the secret Jewish Power. It was not until 1946 that I thought seriously of publishing it. On reading one of the numerous “smearing” articles about myself in the political columns of newspapers, I learned that my career, “told in full, would read like an Oppenheim thriller”, and then it struck me that although there was much doubt as to whether it was as bad as all that, there were possibly some rather unusual events in it which might interest the small proportion of the public that reads.
For political reasons I have not mentioned in this book the names of most of my friends; and I hope my readers will not, therefore, attribute the fact that the word “I” too frequently occurs in the text to any want of modesty on my part; a man who has been in prison, with or without trial, for well over four years isn’t likely to overestimate his own importance! I think that there will be many lovers of animals, veterinary surgeons amongst them, who may find something new to them, particularly in the first ten Chapters; whilst anyone concerned with political realism can learn a little from the experiences related in the second part of the book, since those experiences are rather unique. This, however, is neither a veterinary textbook nor a political treatise; it is simply an account of some of the things that happened to Your Humble Servant, ARNOLD SPENCER LEESE.