An Introduction to the Imperium Press Substack
"Folkish" is the best term to describe this way of thinking. I haven't found any other term that doesn't either sound overcomplicated and contrived, or that properly fits every aspect of the worldview, or which doesn't have an inherently negative connotation. Very good summary of the basic points.
We are all Groknar. We will all always be Groknar. This is the way.
A person can agree with everything you're saying and still not *hear* you because of the language being used to describe one's position.
This is why it's helpful to have multiple ways to talk about the same thing.
And also to have the constituent parts of a particular way of thinking exposed and available for deployment, to allow our advocates to emphasize the points that will move individual audiences.
I, too, was more moved by the Dao De Ching than the New Testament, Heraclitus more than Plato, Nietzche more than virtually anyone except the American Pragmatists (like Pierce and Rorty).
Immanuel Velikovsky proposed that human beings had suffered a great trauma in the distant past and that had created collective traumatic amnesia. I wonder if, in fact, he wasn't right but for a different cause. Think of the insults against the White race in form of pointless wars, the annihilation of traditional (home and village) industries, starvation, sexual predation, and on and on. Don't we seem like a traumatized people? A people in denial?
We need to be able to take these elements and craft a 'therapeautic discourse' that will extract the emotional venom of thousands of years of abuse and spit it out.
Perhaps our race is a lion.
But if so, it has a thorn in its paw and we need to figure out how to extract it and mend the wound left behind.