Epic: The Story of the Waffen SS – Leon Degrelle

“As tensions mounted in 1939, Degrelle sought to counter the drift into another cataclysmic conflict. In September Britain and France declared war on Germany. Events were to quickly prove that the leaders in London and Paris had badly miscalculated. Within a year the swastika flag flew from the North Pole to the shores of Greece and the border with Spain. As war continued between Britain and Germany, the Soviet leaders prepared to seize the opportunity and strike westwards. But Hitler beat them to it. On June 22, 1941, German and allied forces struck against the Soviet Union. It was soon clear to everyone that the titanic struggle could end only in victory for either Hitler or Stalin.”

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Amish Barns on Rocky Oceans

Secret and sacred fraternity and brotherhood is the answer in these turbulent times. You cannot stand alone, adrift in a hostile ocean. If you dare face the storm alone, you will find the barking of the oceans more than you can bear, you are overturned all for naught. So, you seek shelter and solitude in a gentle bay, and tune out the outside world whilst you wait for the oncoming storm; this silence is deafening. For once knowing the truth, it cannot be forgotten. So, face this with brothers.

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On Guiding Nascent Revolutionaries

“The most important quality of an ideological vanguard -believe it or not- is not expertise with the rote mechanics of our ideology itself. Indeed, hundreds -if not thousands- of young men wash up on our ideological shores daily, marooned by the realities of everyday life in this fallen world, and stumble their way up the beachhead having read not a single word of our most basic literature.”

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Considerations for Warriors in the Modern Era

“In societal terms, how would you describe the state of things and the environment in which we live? Free and non-intrusive? Oppressive and tyrannical? Watchful and suspicious? I suspect a true and accurate response includes elements of all of these descriptors, and probably more.”

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