Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Protochronism and Fascism, my response to Aurini.

After forwarding an article about the statements of the Golden Dawn regarding eugenics, Aurini had this to say:

It is interesting to note the fact that both Fascism and Marxism have an almost similar dialectic based on the eternal and inevitable conflict (the protagonists vary between the two ideologies, e.g. class, race, nation, etc).

There are far many more stupid reactionary movements, and not all of them are based on pseudo-scientific nonsense, some are based on religious non-sense. 

Case in point, while the whole of Europe had Fascism and Nazism, based on the new myth of the Übermensch, myth "baked" by sociology, biology and history, a protochronistic canard that elevated the people as descendants of the noble savage of the past, the Aryan, the Antlantian, the Dúnedain (the Middle Earth mythology seems to have been touched by this meme) , the reactionary right-wing movement in Romania was based on religion, the Christian ideal, a theocratic movement.

 It was viewed as being more dangerous, for it threatened the monarchy and the moderate dictatorship of Marshal Antonescu. 

The new movements in Europe are based on those failed movements of the past, neo-Nazism, Neo-Fascism, and while still allied with religious conservatives, they are not as volatile as the New Right movement of Romania, the brain child of Corneliu Zelea Codreanu's Legion of Archangel Michael. 

Protochronism (anglicized from the Romanian: Protocronism, from the Ancient Greek terms for first in time) is a Romanian term describing the tendency to ascribe, largely relying on questionable data and subjective interpretations, an idealised past to the country as a whole.

Although a Romanian term, it can be used to describe the new religions of the noble savage, the Aryan, the noble Pagan, the new religions of the blood.

While particularly prevalent during the communist regime of Nicolae Ceauşescu, its origin in Romanian scholarship dates back more than a century. 

The irony of thus is that while Ceausescu was a Stalinist in every sense of the word, he wanted to be independent form Moscow. After his speech against the Invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, the clandestine right-wing and nationalist movements began using the regime to further their own idea.

There is more to say about this, how Ceausescu saw himself as a new Prince of the Romanian Principalities, a new Medieval monarch who was chosen by Destiny to rule, and the paradox of having right-wing nationalists Communist party members feeding this mass delusion. But back the New Right movement.

After the revolution it became clear that the country is left-leaning. The EU is left-leaning, the so called conservative and nationalist party is left-leaning. 

The New Right became a new option. But, they are also a populist movement. To them the "Satanist Illuminati controlled West", the homosexuals and the atheists of the country are the scapegoats for the ills of the country.

The problem is so grave, that few see the danger. here in the Christian Orthodox Eastern Europe, we see the ancient Byzantine order, of the Church imposing its views on the state, and the state imposing its views on the Church, taking root again. In Russia we see this is the Alliance between the Church and Putin (it is interesting to note that both Putin and many priests are former KGB agents).

In Romania this fine line between Church and state is being challenged daily, And here comes the Theocratic New Right, whose ideology borrows from both the pseudo-scientific religion of the pagan Noble savage, but also from the Christian Identity of the past.

Both movements converge, If the Right in Europe does not challenge and resolve this infection, we could very well see the rebirth of Fascism, Nazism and the Legionarism in Europe. The politicians on the left are weak and corrupt, those on the right are weak and ignorant, while the movement grows.

 Aurini's YouTube video highlights this very well. The Skeptic community in Romania has a term for this populist ploy of blaming certain groups for the failure of the system. It is called the "Hermann Goering's technique", or "Göring's technique".

 The name comes form the quote on "War and the People": " Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country."

Aurini talk about the dialectic of the Marxists that thrives on conflict between groups within and outside a country, but one must not forget that the same ploy is used by the Fascists.

 If one reads history, and understands why Hitler rose to power, that is because the cultural Marxists began destabilizing the country culturally, while the communists socially. They thought that they could destroy the Weimer Republic, and pick up the shards of this desecated corpse. What they did not foresee was someone else using the same technique. Today, the European Union is the Weimer Republic. I hope history doesn't repeat itself.

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