Fascism is based on the principal of Nature's order, that is to say hierarchy. Those who oppose this principle, whether intentionally or unintentionally, are the cause of disarray and unhappiness, ultimately resulting in chaos, la~
The man who opposes hierarchy, whether he be motivated by ignorance or stupidity, is the man who brings about suffering. He assumes a flaw in the natural order of things, a flaw that cannot and must not exist. For what the ignorant and stupid do not understand, is that suffering is something necessary for survival of the fittest, la~
And when the fittest survive, so does the whole.
The Aryan is the elite of the world, destined to rule and conquer and maintain a strong chain of order.
All others are to be classified as uncivilized, barbarian and inferior. The Aryan is the master of these lesser beings, and it is his purpose to maintain this order, la~
The inferior work to sustain the master, the master does not sustain the inferior. Through this, the whole chain is kept alive.
We must stop trying to break the chain.
We must accept the fact that we are the superior being, and that we have been given power over the lesser beings. We must accept the fact that we are Nature's chosen ones, la~
Our relationship to the lesser beings is one that is similar to that of God's relationship to humanity, la~
We are the superior beings, power was given to us from God, and it is our right to maintain this order.
Because it is our destiny to do so, la~
I find it interesting that the lower creatures have been made aware of the concept of freedom, yet they do not have the capacity to understand it, la~
How can something have the desire for something, yet not have the capacity to understand it?
I believe it must be similar to how we enjoy the sweet taste of food, yet do not have the capacity to understand nutrition, la~
We simply enjoy the taste.
But this is not true for all lower creatures. There are those who desire freedom, yet also have the capacity to understand it.
If these lower creatures are able to understand the concept of freedom, yet lack it, then it can only be our duty to give it to them.
It is simply a kind and generous thing to do.
But these lower creatures must be made aware that we are still their superior. If they cannot acknowledge this fact, then they are unworthy of freedom, la~
It is our duty to take away their freedom if they do not acknowledge our right to it.
If they cannot learn to acknowledge our right to rule over them, then how can we allow them to be free? To do so would not simply be kind or generous, it would also be irresponsible, la~
A responsible superior being would never give unlimited freedom to those that they are responsible for. The responsible thing to do is place restrictions on the lesser beings, la~
So, if we are to be responsible, we must place restrictions on the lesser beings. If they protest these restrictions, it is our right to restrict them even further until they learn their place, or destroy them, la~
This almost never works though, we learned this from segregation. The lesser beings will always protest and resist. It is just the nature of the lesser beings to do so.
In fact, I heard a quote from an Earth philosopher during my last brain-washing session, la~
I believe it was Jean Jacques Rousseau, one of those 17th century European philosophers, who said: "Any man who says he is free, yet has restrictions he may not leave, is not free."
To create a society without restrictions, you must first build it under the same restrictions, la~
Why not implement this into our system of government? The only beings with "freedom" in our society are the productive members, and those that gain freedom by proving their worth to the republic. All others are restricted in some form or another, la~
Why not give these restrictions a positive rather than negative name? For instance, the most obvious restriction would be that of not allowing the inferior races to become productive members of society, la~
Do not think I have gone back on my word about white worker rights either. Any white man can become a productive member of society in one way or another, the only restrictions are on lesser beings.
The lesser beings cannot, by their very nature, ever be productive members of the republic. Or at least not in the same way as a true human being, la~
So worker rights for them is useless, for they cannot be productive members in the way a human can. They should, quite frankly, be happy that we allow them to be productive at all, la~