As we bask in the aftermath of the seismic decision of the British public to leave the European Union, the shock-wave is still being felt by everyone, not just the general public, or the British political class which is in a state of collapse, or the pampered goons sitting in Brussels, but perhaps most of all it is we Nationalists who are still trying to wrap our heads around it all.
The simple fact is the Globalists are never supposed to lose anything, and that mindset had infected Nationalists as much as the Globalists themselves, the trajectory of western civilization seemed always to point to a furthering of the liberal internationalist agenda, and with each passing year their plans came closer to fruition than the creation of a world in which we wanted to live . Nothing encapsulates this triumphalism, or despondency, depending on how look at it, as the phrase ''On the wrong side of history''. There was always another Zionist plot, another Jewish Think Tank, another gentile traitor, whatever the situation or the issue our side had become inured to losing...before the fight had even begun.
And then Brexit happened.
Thinking all of this over these last few days brought to mind one of my favourite films of all time, David Lean's masterful, Lawrence of Arabia, and the often used phrase within that film ''Nothing is Written...''. Lawrence, both the man in real life and in the film, was a classic 'Warrior-Poet' and had something of a Nietzschean 'Will to Power' ethos. When we are first introduced to lieutenant Lawrence in his barracks he's preforming a trick with a matchstick, he holds it between his fingers and lets the flame lap against his finger tips and tries to withstand the pain, when asked how he performs this 'trick' by another soldier he replies ''The trick, William Potter, is not minding that it hurts!''.
Lawrence is constantly trying to overcome the limitations imposed on him by his own body and will, the question then becomes one of, what will such a mentality be capable of when the matchstick is swapped for war and the desert.
The task given to Lawrence by his superiors is to tie down, disrupt, destroy and generally wreak havoc upon the Turkish forces operating in the Arabian desert by using Arab fighting men granted to him by King Feisel. After some rumination Lawrence decides that the best course of action is to march 300 miles across the most scorching desert sands on earth and attack the Turk garrison at the port of Akaba, the Turk guns are facing the sea because, quite understandably, they'd deemed it incomprehensible that an attack from the desert could happen.
The Turks weren't alone, Lawrence's Arab cohort are astonished that anyone could be so foolish as to propose an 8 week! march through the Nefud, the simple minded and superstitious Arabs proclaim Lawrence to be a blasphemer, it would be against Allah, to which Lawrence replies with ''Nothing is written, except what is written in here'' tapping the side of his head. Still the Arabs remain reluctant, it's suicide, it's never been done before, Lawrence points across the desert ''Akaba is that way, it's only a matter of going!''.
The point Lawrence is making here is that the man of superior will, an 'Over-man' is not dictated to by superstitions or trends, or his surroundings, such things are trivialities which breed weakness and must be overcome. When the small army sets off across the Nefud desert, one of the Arab peasants gets lost, his fellow Arabs decide to simply leave him for dead because it was Allah's will. Lawrence once again confounds his men by going back into the desert for a prolonged period to find the man, not for humanitarian reasons alone, Lawrence later shoots him for thievery and murder, Lawrence saves him because, as one of his awestruck comrades quips ''Truly, for some men nothing is written unless they write it''
Nothing is preordained, nobody is on the right or wrong side of history, history belongs to whomever has the superior will to make it do their bidding. It was not written that Britain would leave the EU Globalist plantation, and it isn't written that we shall forever be dominated by a Jewish owned media and political and banking class, it isn't written that White people will become minorities and eventually go extinct.
In Seven Pillars of Wisdom T.E Lawrence wrote:
''All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible. This I did.''