The Titanic Striving Man and Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy
The Warrior Religion acknowledges the Unknown God, for we’ve strayed too far from the Golden Path to know the divine. We acknowledge however, different peoples at different times have known the divine. One of which are the Ancient Greks who we trace as the origin point of western peoples. As origin, the Greks leave behind wisdom in a manner we can understand and make use of. This world we live in can be seen in the sense of the Nietzschean concept of the Dionysian, but gone off the rails. Those who find their way to our side do so with an Apollonian desire to bring order to the chaos. But to embrace just the Apollonian desire for order is to set yourself up for wholesale destruction.
You must understand that the enemy isn’t an honorable creature. They are rats and worms. They will pull out all the stops for the chance to stab you in the back without ever presenting a target. What you’re up against is the antithesis to the noble excellence you saw in ancient Aryan warlords. What you realize is even they, are a part of nature. Might IS right, in whatever form it takes. So where does that put the Apollonian man who seeks the favor of The Gods?
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