One in a hundred thousand…

by Edwin

savitri

Savitri Devi

 
Reading this article reminds me of a passage written by William G. Simpson, in his book, Towards the Rising Sun:

There is hardly one man in a thousand who will not put aside his ideals, his highest vision, everything which for him is God, in order to get the girl he loves or to be able to stay with the girl he has married. Moreover, there are all the ways which the wiles of woman have with a man. Nietzsche said, “Women always intrigue privately against the higher souls of their husbands,” and as a generalization his statement is true. And such must most women be. For, again speaking generally, the instinct in man is to create, and the instinct in woman is to procreate. She is more physical than man, lives closer to the earth, and, naturally and justly since to her is committed the continuation of the race, once she is with child she is almost certain to be overwhelmed with a veritable tidal wave of sheer biological concern for security. And a reasonable degree of security both she and the child ought to have. And if you as would-be creator feel that you cannot do your work and provide that security, then you had better simply refrain from marrying.

Sadly, the numerous absurdities written by women and their male sycophants in the white nationalist movement to rationalize (encourage) weakness does not inspire much confidence.

A man’s focus is to create. A woman’s focus is to procreate. Nietzsche said, “Practically all problems a woman encounters can be solved by one solution: pregnancy.”

Of course we can imagine outliers or exceptions. Savitri Devi is known to have written: “I cannot love any man that chooses me over his ideals.” But Linder is correct in writing somewhere that such women are one in a hundred thousand…

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Published in: on July 3, 2015 at 11:36 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Great entry.

  2. My “God”, what deep insights!

    It all comes down to this for both man and woman: how aware are we of our biological urges as an independent mechanism. Means the ego ( which is that mechanism for selfprotection ) does not want to know it and transcends it into “Love”.
    It is my understanding that real Love is only happening when such a man and such a woman out of a hundred thousand meet.


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