The death of the drug-induced multiple felon, George Floyd, during a botched arrest in the United States, has sparked another round of race-related protests and riots throughout the Western world. Unsurprisingly, this has lead to the straining of relations between Europeans and all other groups that live in the Anglosphere. In New Zealand, this has fostered an environment of self-hatred for the Liberalised individuals that make up this country’s founding European population by telling them that the death of this “gentle giant”, along with other purported atrocities, is their fault.
This has once again stirred up, to a seemingly crucial point, the relationship between the European people who for all intents and purposes founded New Zealand and the Maori whom they conquered. As a result, the ever-pathological-altruists among Our people – along with the Maori opportunists who are taking advantage of the political and social climate of this era – are doing what they can to go further in their erasure of Our shared history. One need not harp on about one’s victories or losses, to get oneself into a furore over the perceived injustices over his ancestors, or even the assumed just acts of those very same men. To be presentist and contemplate Our history through such a materialistic and ultimately selfish lens smacks of a seriously-lacking will to power and pathetic character, displaying a person’s or group’s naivete.
We need not go into the details of which historical figures are being removed from their posts or which author or book is next in line to be burnt, but simply look at what kind of culture, what kind of society forwards the self-deprecating notion that it is its duty to forget its history; to forget how it was made, and who made it so. Our complete deracination from anything resembling tradition and meaningful cultural characteristics such as faith, honour, symbolism, nationhood and spirituality has seen the once-respectable people of Europe become the very sycophantic demons that are their own worst enemy. Whether its the genetically-determined character traits such as altruism, or alien and outside forces that have contributed to the steady decline and present epoch in which Our people seek to erase themselves, the materialist dogmas of our time are epitomised in the cultural brain-rot of the Liberal mind virus.
Liberal Democracy, and therefore Capitalism, sinks its noxious, disease-ridden teeth into every orifice and vein of each traditional culture, steadily moulding them into solely
This demoralising reality is not new, but it has reached new heights through the monetisation, or social capitalisation, of what we will refer to as ‘Culture Cucking’. In this era, the honour and respect that was sought after by our ancestors has been replaced by the incessant requirement of globalised individuals to profess their allegiance to unnatural, egalitarian dogmas such as racial equality and inherited guilt. In order to pray at the altar of Liberalism and therefore bask in the social virtue points that this religion offers, globalised individuals must not only denounce their ancestors as evil tyrants, but erase their history, apologise for perceived injustices committed generations before their birth, and, in this instance, rid the world of the symbols of what made them. Therefore, we have the ‘Culture Cuck’: a detestable, cretinous plebian that seeks social power by embodying the ruinous hatred that, paradoxically, seeks to do the very opposite of that which he seeks – the removal of him from his position of power.
In spite of all this, in reality, there is no equality and there is no history. We exist in a period which has, with technological and other material-based differences, happened many times over. If one is to overcome their present struggle, looking backwards or forward in order to find progressive notions of what the point of their existence is will always produce futility. This is because, to truly push past the challenges that you face, one must look upward. Look beyond the biology, beyond perceived injustices and above material understandings of historical events and travel upwards, into the unforgiving realm of an existence which thrives in a constant struggle within oneself. What has happened has happened, and pretending it didn’t — or using it as political leverage — is only damaging yourself. Any potential material gains to be had as a result of the erasure of history, of symbolism, is negligible in comparison to achievements made by choosing to step over them. This overcoming of the ego-based self, whether you are English, Nigerian or Maori, is your key to going beyond those material factors that hold you back from what you can become. We can and will push above and beyond the limits set by superficial, material barriers.