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Revenge of the Matriarchs

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I was walking past WalMart’s aisle of literature when I noticed what appeared to be an entire section of books featuring hot Amish women longingly gazing out over the open plain. After a closer look, I realized that I had stumbled onto the new genre that I’ve being hearing about: Amish Porn. They’re a type of romance novel that take place in idyllic American communities.

To the modernist, this trend must appear very strange. American women are liberated from their homes, unburdened by the biological curse of motherhood, and treated by society like tiny castrated men. They’ve achieved the feminist dream! For some reason, a growing number of White American women aren’t even grateful for the cubicle that they’ve worked so hard for the opportunity to dwell in. They spend their lunches in the corporate break room, eating corporate food, in their corporate pantsuits, reading fantasy novels about being barefoot and pregnant in a country kitchen.

Early last year, I was reading National Geographic’s excellent article on the restoration of the Russian Orthodox Church and it suddenly clicked for me. I was peering into America’s future . . . at a future stage of the same historical process. Every White Advocate ought to take the time to read this article and envision a restoration of Tradition here in America. Picture the return of righteous indigenous authority. How can we spearhead or even trigger it? How can we lead by example?

Every few months, somebody in the White Advocacy movement writes an article lamenting the fact that our movement ought to have more ladies. Our atheists and materialists will keep writing these because they’re fundamentally incapable of offering what women want: Tradition. When I go to church, I’m surrounded by beautiful young women, women who outnumber the men. In fact, women even outnumber men at our monthly White Advocacy meetings. I believe that it’s due to our chapter’s unique emphasis on fostering a family-friendly environment, embracing tradition, and focusing on local community concerns.

People who see things through modern eyes often mistakenly perceive tradition as being oppressive toward women when it’s anything but. For example, the institution of marriage has always been an imposition on men on behalf of women, with traditional women as union members and libertine women serving as “scabs” undermining the collective bargaining power. Ironically, the true enemies of female empowerment are the sluts. At least prostitutes are compensated for their treason!

Tradition is the weapon of choice of the tiny elderly women — the matriarchs:

I recognize her kind from my years in the Soviet Union. There were always women like her in the few churches that were open in those days, women who scrubbed the floors, tended the candlestands, and stood through all the services when Soviet disapproval had frightened off everyone else. In a sense, they nursed the church through its long incarceration. They were the custodians of propriety and custom: Stand like this! Face the altar! Cover your head! Cross yourself! They were insufferable, but the church owes them a great debt. So I do what other Russians do when confronted by these vigilantes: I meekly bow and put away my camera.

One message this excellent article drives home is how some people under even the most hostile and oppressive alien regimes are quietly keeping the flames of religion, tradition, nationalism, and family alive.

This is a tremendous inspiration for me.

Travel back in time and tell a Russian dissident in the eighties that his omnipotent oppressors would disappear altogether within a few years; that the Russian national spirit would rise like a phoenix from the ruins of the once-invincible Jewish oligarchy. Would he believe you? Would you believe me if I told you that there are millions of potential matriarchs hiding in plain sight in corporate break rooms across America, patiently awaiting the opportunity to restore our White American nation and its communities to their former glory?

Occidental Dissent, February 12, 2010

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  1. Evan
    Posted November 25, 2010 at 10:37 am | Permalink
  2. James
    Posted November 25, 2010 at 12:31 pm | Permalink

    Matt, your real-life efforts, with weekly church attendance and monthly advocacy meetings, are to be lauded. A long-time armchair advocate like me only sighs and wishes, not for the first, or thousand-and-first, time, that he could pick himself up to do something real too.

    But . . .

    Where to begin with the buts?

    Let’s start with the point I stopped reading the National Geographic article; the point, 80% of the way along, in which Ivan Hrozny (‘The Terrible’) is dismissed as a ‘noxious character of Russian history.’ And this from an ethnic Russian author, genetic heir to the culture of Orthodoxy for centuries, a man who I am sure has forgotten more about Ivan IV than I have ever known.

    This just proves that it is not enough to know the details of history, one must know the sweep of history, and one must have the moral standing to place that sweep where it belongs.

    When my children were both still at home, we began every family supper with a commemoration of an important event from the story of our race that had taken place on that day in history. Elizabeth I of England was often commemorated twice yearly in this way, once on the anniversary of her birth, and once on the anniversary of her coronation. My dedication always went something like this:

    “When Elizabeth was crowned, England was a small and unimportant nation with a few million medieval inhabitants on the fringe of Europe. When she died less than five decades later, she had taken the lead in sewing every cultural, political and military seed that would make Britain the greatest Empire the world had ever known.”

    Every year on the anniversary of Ivan IV’s birth I would recite a very similar dedication, for the two figures, nearly contemporary, have many intriguing parallels, and Ivan began for Russia pretty much what Elizabeth began for England. In fact, for Ivan and Russia, the dedication would begin in even more stirring terms, since the situation he inherited was even more desperate:

    “When Ivan was born, Russia was a vassal state under the control of an alien race, the Tatars of the Golden Horde. By the time he died . . . ”

    To finish with Ivan, had he not killed his own son, admittedly a very terrible thing to do, and had not history led to a modern situation in which mainstream control of acceptable historical views is in the hands of Jews who bear Russia and Russians a visceral hatred but England a grudging (exceedingly grudging) admiration, Ivan IV would certainly be seen as a towering, righteous figure equal to Elizabeth.

    Now I do not expect better from a former Moscow Bureau Chief of the New York Times. Of course, he has to hit all the right buttons about Jewish suffering under middle and late Communism, and anti-Tsarism, and anti- New Russian Nationalism, no matter how rich his personal Russian heritage. But the problem is that he surely believes in all these irreconcilable modifiers. Please do not hold his writings forth as a model for white advocates to view Russia.

    That’s enough for now. Hopefully, in another comment, I may get to the immense differences in the relationship of the Russian Orthodox Church to the Russian people, versus the plethora of American beliefs, to the White American people. Suffice it to say for now, that the two are so very, very different that there is only a very little we can learn from Russia. However difficult, we whites must go onward, not backward.

  3. Wandrin
    Posted November 26, 2010 at 3:57 pm | Permalink

    “they’re fundamentally incapable of offering what women want: Tradition.”

    Yup. What most women want instinctively – if not after PC conditioning – is children and the best context to have those children in. People think the feminists on the TV represent women but they don’t. They greatly influence other women but they don’t represent them.

  4. Hannah
    Posted November 29, 2010 at 3:04 am | Permalink

    I have lived that traditional white advocacy life down on the farm, and it has…*cough*… a few things going for it. Simplicity, sustainability, tradition/continuity (for continuity’s sake, it seems?). But Western civilization has leaped ahead and put men on the moon as the result of a pioneering, inventive spirit that dares to think differently, and this is an attitude that is in no way Amish, if you are at all familiar with them.

    Consider, too, that slavish automatisms such as scrubbing church floors day in and day out may sound romantic to folks like the author, but not necessarily to a significant percentage of women. There no doubt exists a subset of pinheaded deer-like women with B&D leanings who would read books such as that (or read pulp paperbacks at all), but to seize on this (“Eureka! Make pulp paperbacks about the sort of life we want women to return to living, and lo, they will come!”) as the magical solution for bringing hordes of women into the fold…I wouldn’t bet on it.

    You nice gentlemen basically want and need white Thai brides. Why not recruit them from the Mennonite population? The Mennonites don’t lock their women up quite as tightly as the Amish, and you could catch one more easily. Perhaps they even shave their legs/pits and have recreational sex with a convenient turn on/off conversational feature. All the benefits of a humble, floor-scrubbing baby factory, and none of the pesky disadvantages? Hmm…

  5. Ich bin es
    Posted November 29, 2010 at 11:49 am | Permalink

    Well, I think Mr. Parrot is quite far off the mark. Those books are not about tradition, if my brief web search is right, but about destroying tradition. In those books the heroine loves the “rebel” who is an outsider of the community and/or wants to change the ways of the community. Mr. Parrot should put off his rose-tinged glasses when he looks at women. The majority of women are not “conservative”. Their voting behavior speaks volumes.

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