Restoring a Higher Order

A few days ago, I wrote a piece that seemed to be pining for a post-apocalyptic Mad Max-esque scenario in order to build a new society. It’s true I wrote about the upcoming collapse and believe its time is coming soon. Mark my words, a collapse is coming. Will it be the WROL, post-apocalyptic scenario I envisioned? Probably not, but it could be. The collapse will most likely be an economic one. It will be massive and it will be painful. Given the sheer size of the United States, I believe the USG will lack the resources to be able to properly govern all of it. This is where the men of the new right — and I put that in lowercase to include neoreaction, New Right, dark enlightenment, Traditionalist, monarchists and paleoconservatives — come in.

What looks like a raging horror will be a raging horror, but it will also be a great opportunity to restore a society built around order, virtue, and a healthy culture. This can only happen with a restoration of nobility both as an attribute of individuals and where found in excess, as a selection matrix for our leaders. Instead of picking those who flatter us with fond visions and simple illusions that conceal complex and disturbing truths, let us pick our best people to tackle those complex and disturbing truths head-on. Then society will exist in their image, a kind of cultural “trickle down,” and we will all enhance our behavior, self-discipline and abilities as we again rise from the muck of human solipsism.

There is a colossal leadership deficit in the United States. The false elite are not true leaders. They are nothing more than a bunch of selfish narcissists. We can only imagine that this leadership deficit will be larger in the future. Once the house of cards fall, people will be looking around for someone to lead them. Will the mob accept a reactionary to become their president? Unlikely. However, men of the New Right can make an impact in their immediate surroundings i.e. your family, your church, your neighbors, your community.

By establishing an Order of virtue, we can become the future noble leaders in a time when the culture will be all but lost. It’s time to practice what we preach and step out away from the computer. It’s time to become more than keyboard warriors. It’s time to take our ideology into meatspace and start establishing a network, an Order.

Just remember, it took nearly 500 years since the Fall of Rome to arrive at Charlemagne. Heed the call to action in your blood, and in the potential beauty that we are missing out on by remaining mired in this filth and misery. It certainly has to be more effective than sitting in front of a computer expressing your impotent rage over the internet.


Originally posted at Amerika


PS- Perhaps we can take some words of advice from our good pal Julius Evola

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2 Responses to Restoring a Higher Order

  1. PolarWashington says:

    Excellent blog post; at the present moment, such an order would have much more success in metapolitical or cultural endeavors than actually engaging with the Cathedral in the realm of voting-politics.


  2. Urban IX says:

    “Will the mob accept a reactionary to become their president”

    When chaos becomes ubiquitous as the old order falls, you’d be surprised how quickly people cling onto anyone that can protect them from it. That’s why, for example, in Sinaloa State in Mexico, people were out in the streets protesting the arrest of the dominant cartel leader in the region. If it means a steady food supply and an end to the bandits, people will quickly forget democracy and social justice.

    However, to provide order, you need to be a lot more than a keyboard warrior, so I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment. The future survivors (let alone leaders) will be people who built their strength today.


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