The only Just War is a War for your People

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It is remarkable that in the last 75 years we of European heritage have been duped into the idea that the only justification for war is for the ideals of freedom, liberty and human rights against tyranny and terror.

War is hell. The death and destruction it causes are not worth the payoff in the so-called “freedom” a “Just War” purportedly brings. The only possible justification for throwing men against machine guns is that the very existence of one’s people depends on it.

Until several decades ago it was very much understood that the Anzacs fought for God, King and Country, not for diversity and democracy. No amount of retconning by our enslavers about the motivations for the great wars of the 20th Century can alter this. We venerate our ancestors because they fought for us, (regardless of who may have pulled the strings) not for ideals which are redefined to suit the latest gang of thugs who rule us.

Until the modern era war was fought on the understanding that if you lost, your men would be massacred, your women and children enslaved and your land occupied by a foreign people. It was a far more honest way of going about things. There was a very clear distinction between what victory and defeat looked like.

It also avoided going around in circles trying to distinguish the war crimes of the losers from the just actions of the victors. War has its own rules. Rule number one is: win.

The magic thus performed on us since we supposedly won in 1945, or at the very least since 1989, is that we have fought wars not for our people but for fake ideals. This is how, whether we are said to have won or lost the wars of the last 75 years, the result, when we look at our own lands, has always looked like defeat. While we fight overseas for democracy our people grow weak, and we are soon to be outnumbered in our own lands.

This is the ultimate war crime, and it has been perpetrated against us.

We currently face enemies from large nations and small nations, and their agents are already well entrenched here. Our enemies understand that they are fighting for their people, while we still couch our opposition to them in fake ideological terms they have defined for us.

Their strategy is to keep us from understanding, for as long as possible, the principle that the only justification for war is to fight for your people. They hope that by the time enough of us realise this, it will be too late for us and their forces will be overwhelming.

The only war which is justifiable for Europeans to fight is a war to reclaim our homelands for our people. Wars of revenge against our enemies may be justifiable in the future, but our priority right now must be to fight for our own survival.

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David Hiscox
David has studied history and political science at Melbourne University. His thesis was written on how the utilisation of Missile Defence can help to achieve nuclear disarmament. His interest in history was piqued by playing a flight simulator computer game about the Battle of Britain, and he hopes to one day siphon the earnings from his political writings into funding the greatest prog-rock concept album the world has ever seen.