One of the major problems with Modern Civilization is an inability to prioritize properly. This is particularly evident in the lack of a proper understanding of the natural hierarchy of social groups.

The natural hierarchy of social groups is this: family, community, tribe, nation, race, humanity. The first social group is the most important; the last one is the least important of all. (Perhaps a proper definition of the term “tribe” is necessary, given that this term in particular has so greatly been both reviled and misused in recent times. A tribe is quite simply a natural grouping of closely related communities which constitutes one of the regional subdivisions of a nation. For example, the Normans may be regarded as a tribe of the French, and the Bavarians may be regarded as a tribe of the Germans. A tribe usually speaks a distinct dialect of a national language.)

I detest few people more than white bourgeois liberal types who make a show of themselves as members of their “community” but utterly fail in taking care of their immediate families. They hardly raise their own children in any real sense, thereby allowing them to engage in any number of detrimental activities, and they relegate their elderly parents to the care of strangers in a seniors’ residence. And yet, everybody regards them as outstanding and worthy individuals because they sit on the board of a presumably-important “community” organization, or because they spend lots of time working as a volunteer for some presumably-important “community” charity.

[I put the term “community” in quotes because the typically vague modern notion of a community is hardly anything like the properly defined natural communities that once existed in traditional societies.]

These white bourgeois liberal types are also staunch supporters of the modern universalist religion of humanity and thus sworn opponents of any racial, ethnic or tribal views. Although this inversion of priorities is often attributed to Marxism/Communism, it ultimately stems from the universalist ideals of Greek Hellenism. The notion that the universalist humanity concept is more important than all other social groups was then adopted by a certain religion called Christianity that arose in the area of Palestine in the first century AD and which was responsible for dispersing this concept throughout much of the world (Mark 16:15).

Consider for example Matthew 12:46-50 and the implications thereof:

While Jesus was still talking to the crowd, his mother and brothers stood outside, wanting to speak to him. Someone told him, “Your mother and brothers are standing outside, wanting to speak to you.” He replied to him, “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?” Pointing to his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers. For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.”

Ultimately, the universalist humanity concept would have us believe that everyone is equally responsible for everyone else. Which to me is blatant nonsense. Ideally, the universalist humanity concept would also want us to believe that there should be no distinctions of any kind between the level of the individual and the level of humanity. In other words, that we should all be undifferentiated individual members of the Globalist Borg Collective.

Another example of the widespread confusion about the natural hierarchies of social groups is the “White Nationalist” concept. To put it simply, a race can’t be a nation. To promote the “White Nationalist” ideal is to disregard the natural reality of distinct nations. This is the same error as with the universalist notion of humanity which disregards races, only one step removed.

Adolf Hitler was not a “White Nationalist”. Adolf Hitler was a German Nationalist. His foremost concern was for the German Nation. It’s not that he didn’t care at all about other White European nations, or about the White Race. He simply had enough good sense to know that his main concern should properly be his own nation, the German Nation, and that any concept of race or humanity beyond this was of secondary importance.

To be clear, I am not saying that Hitler did not care about the White Race, and neither am I saying that Hitler did not care about Humanity in general. I think those who really know the true character and views of Hitler will understand.

[This being said, Hitler did tend to disregard the natural tribal subdivisions of the German Nation. But this was necessary in an era in which the concept of unitary national states was prevalent.]

In a properly ordered society, one should favor one’s own family first, one’s own community (as traditionally understood) second, one’s own tribe third, etc. Similarly, communities that belong to the same tribe should favor each other, tribes that belong to the same nation should favor each other, and nations that belong to the same race should favor each other.

If people had enough good sense to properly take care of that which is truly their own, according to the proper levels of importance, things would properly be taken care of.

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