“We Respect Luca Traini”

“Sweden is now looking to ban websites that list ethnicity of criminals after refusing to release descriptions of migrants who gang raped a schoolgirl. This is a government that needs to be overthrown immediately by any means necessary.” — comment on Gab [Story.]

“[89-year-old] Ursula Haverbeck is on the run after failing to start 2-year prison term for Holocaust denial. She puts many of us to shame with her steadfast resolve and bravery.” — comment on Gab [Story]

“The mother of Pamela Mastropietro, the 18-year-old Roman girl raped, murdered and chopped up by Nigerian drug dealers, chose to make a bold statement at her daughter’s funeral. She personally carried the bouquet sent by Luca Traini, the “White Rampage” shooter who became a hero to many Italians after gunning down Africans in the wake of Pamela’s death.” — comment on Gab [Story in Italian]

Hearsay has it, that Mr. Traini is respected among his fellow-inmates.

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If Western elites wanted to entrap us into activism, they wouldn’t be emasculating us with political correctness and suppressing information, they’d be pumping us up for a fight. No. What they want us to do, is to quietly mix ourselves out of existence.

When 15 percent of responsible men no longer regard their government as legitimate, change happens. Absurdly, as Western governments’ good will comes into question, those governments double-down on acts of malice toward their own people.

They forget that when the Boy Scouts get gutted by court rulings, boys don’t quit scouting; instead, their communities create free, clandestine organizations.

The government of Sweden is illegitimate.

The government of Germany is illegitimate.

The government of France is illegitimate.

The government of Ireland is illegitimate.

The government of Canada is illegitimate.

The government of the United Kingdom is illegitimate.

The elements of the United States government that are sabotaging President Trump are illegitimate.

We don’t have to live like this.

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28 thoughts on ““We Respect Luca Traini”

  1. Um ackshually it’s not Boy Scouts anymore, just Scouts.

    (However, the Girl Scouts still remain unchanged. Who could have known either of these would happen, right?)

    [The DieVersity Demand: what’s ours is ours, what’s yours, bigot, must be inclusive — PA]

  2. I told a group of friends the other day, that women have no place in the BSA (RIP) not even as den mothers, because women cannot teach boys how to be men. Many buttz were hurted.

    The rationalization I was given? So many siblings (i.e. sisters) accompany the boys on trips, events, camp outs, etc., that it helps the siblings (i.e. sisters) feel less excluded.

    Yeah. Because boys go on camping trips to TOTALLY be with the same moms and siblings (i.e. sisters) AND their moms whom they see and to whom they defer every single day. No, it’s not like a trip to the woods or a Day of Dangerous Activity sans female oversight would be any relief from that, no, not at all.

    In re: Traini, god bless him and keep him for having the courage to rise up. Violence has justification and reprisal is permitted. And the mother, she raised her middle finger high and proudwith that gesture. She is daringthem all to take a stand. Will they?

    [“feel less excluded”… strange, isn’t it, how some people require the other party’s morbid-inclusiveness for personal validation. — PA]

  3. Mother has classic Roman she-wolf physiognomy. Anger her at your peril.

    [Nice observation. — PA]

  4. well, maybe we’re headed towards a violent rebellion, but to be on the safe side, i like to assume that nukes are real, and that they were developed not just for use against aggressive countries but also as an effective way to quell nascent rebellions. do we even know who actually controls them? do we even know if the codes even work when they’re supposed to, by WHOM is supposed to be able to use them?

    I’d venture that nukes make the situation is just a leeetle more complicated than the “15‰” tipping point that may have applied in the past. whoever controls the nukes wins (at least for awhile). even if we have 15% of the population going full Luca Traini, the .00000001% of the population with access to nukes could light off one or two in a nationalist-held area, and then what? what’s the next step after that? inquiring minds want to know.

    [You posit quite the dilemma: death by torture-rape in old age after watching your world fade to brown or instant heroic deliverance in a thermonuclear flash. A rebellion, as you call it, is inevitable regardless of what I blog about. What I hope for is that people can be educated about their God-granted freedom to lead, follow, or get out of the way (that last one is valuable too). Inquiring minds can inquire. If I were to guess who controls the nukes, I’d say it’s the same people who didn’t drone the Bundy ranchers when they could have. — PA]

  5. Once you accept death as your daily portion, fear tends to diminish.

    And Jesus only needed 12.

  6. it took roughly seven years for another European freedom fighter to step up after Breivik. I predict a smaller window of time for another one to sweep into the scene and cause an even greater impact.

  7. In this curiously interesting century of Roman history we find man after man asking, “What has happened to Rome?” Various answers are made–a decline in religion, a decline from the virtues of the Roman forefathers, Greek “intellectual poison,” and the like. We who can look at the problem with a large perspective, can see that what had happened to Rome was “money”–the new freedoms and chances and opportunities that money opened out. Money floated the Romans off the firm ground, everyone was getting hold of money, the majority by the simple expedient of running into debt; the eastward expansion of the empire was very largely a hunt for treasure in strong rooms and temples to keep pace with the hunger of the new need. The Equestrian order, in particular, became the money power. Everyone was developing property. Farmers were giving up corn and cattle, borrowing money, buying slaves, and starting the more intensive cultivation of oil and wine. Money was young in human experience and wild, nobody had it under control. It fluctuated greatly. It was now abundant and now scarce. Men made sly and crude schemes to corner it, to hoard it, to send up prices by releasing hoarded metals. A small body of very shrewd men was growing immensely rich. Many patricians were growing poor and irritated and unscrupulous. Among the middle sort of peoples there was much hope, much adventure, and much more disappointment. The growing mass of the expropriated was permeated by that vague, baffled, and hopeless sense of being inexplicably bested, which is the preparatory condition for all great revolutionary movements. (H. G. Wells, Outline of History Vol. I, ch. 27, sec. 2)

  8. If they nuke their own country, they’ll end up as the lords of radioactive glass and not much more. If they launch one at red territory, so to speak, they’ll hit maybe 100 people and a bunch of wheat anyway. Nukes are city-busters, which is “their” territory.

    Nukes are one factor, certainly, but I don’t think they’re the decisive one or even likely to be very important. It’s a lousy tool for resolving civil conflict for multiple reasons, not least of which is that your opponents are spread out everywhere and look and talk remarkably like your own side.

    And as PA points out, there are a lot worse ways to die.

  9. “You posit quite the dilemma: death by torture-rape in old age after watching your world fade to brown or instant heroic deliverance in a thermonuclear flash.”

    heh. well… i don’t expect it come to either.

    “A rebellion, as you call it, is inevitable regardless of what I blog about. What I hope for is that people can be educated about their God-granted freedom to lead, follow, or get out of the way (that last one is valuable too). Inquiring minds can inquire.”

    I’m on the same page. what I’m wondering is whether the game has changed, for all sides, and that few realize yet. and not just because nukes, but because there is an even more powerful weapon available that has never been available: the near total availability of information.

    the civilization wreckers are pressing full speed ahead with trying to provoke a hot war, as they always have, not seeming to realize that a) everyone can see instantly what they’re doing now, and b) total hot war won’t end well. for anyone, and that it isn’t a realistic option this time around.

    meanwhile, the other side that’s itching for a hot war, the same high-T young men who are usually the first to fight and the first to be removed from the gene pool, are pushing for a fight against the wrong enemy. those muds have been dropped into our homes specifically to humiliate us and draw the most virile young white men out into the open where they can be easily picked off. it is an obvious trap and that was all part of the plan.

    can we really trust the Luca Trainis of the world to bring the war to it’s source? or will they fall for the “let’s you and him fight!” trap that’s been set? don’t we owe it to them to make sure they understand the whole picture before putting their lives on the line to take out a few low value targets?

    “If I were to guess who controls the nukes, I’d say it’s the same people who didn’t drone the Bundy ranchers when they could have.”

    would they show such restraint if there were 10,000 Bundy ranchers? how about 10,000 Holocaust deniers?

    I’m not saying the Luca Traini approach can’t work. I’m saying let’s think it through. is it really a more expedient path to the freedom of self-determination that we supposedly want, or is it another trap/distraction?

    and what’s the real war, here? seems to me this is a cultural and information war, and that the slow and steady approach, such as what the God Emperor is doing, and what Andrew Anglin is sort of doing, and what you’re doing, IS the best possible approach. that holding our fire while we allow the information time to sink is EXACTLY what we should be doing.

    I would also ask, what time frame should we be thinking of? the greatest generation thought they solved the world’s problems, and how long did that “solution” last? at the cost of how many men? imagine if we could have had those young men hold off from going to war for say, five years, ten years? would it have been “too late” to “save Europe”? (rhetorical)

  10. — can we really trust the Luca Trainis of the world to bring the war to it’s source? or will they fall for the “let’s you and him fight!” trap that’s been set? don’t we owe it to them to make sure they understand the whole picture before putting their lives on the line to take out a few low value targets?

    Traini is a martyr. Do I respect him? A thousand times Yes. More than that, I love him like a brother. Now, would I tell anyone to do what he did? Never. One, because I don’t tell anyone to do anything I am not doing. Two, because the will-to-martyrdom has to come from inside. If you’re religiously inclined, you might think of certain types of lost men as tools of God’s justice. You can also think of it as following one’s destiny.

    If you haven’t yet, take a look at the last story under the “We Don’t Have To…” link at the end of the original post. It evokes that sense of destiny.

    Liberty requires martyrs. Some answer the call.

    Their role is not to win the war. Their role isn’t tactical, in terms of conventional military theory. I’ve blogged about the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, bringing up historians’ never-settled question: was it just a tragic waste or a sacrifice with great recompense?

    War itself is won by professionals. In our time, there may well be an extra-Constitutional succession plan in place that Trump and his counter-cabal has laid in place. Or it might come from an entirely different place. Maybe involving factors and technologies we aren’t aware of, but the good guys and the bad guys at the top are.

  11. “Traini is a martyr. Do I respect him? A thousand times Yes. More than that, I love him like a brother. Now, would I tell anyone to do what he did? Never. One, because I don’t tell anyone to do anything I am not doing. Two, because the will-to-martyrdom has to come from inside. If you’re religiously inclined, you might think of certain types of lost men as tools of God’s justice. You can also think of it as following one’s destiny.

    If you haven’t yet, take a look at the last story under the “We Don’t Have To…” link at the end of the original post. It evokes that sense of destiny.

    Liberty requires martyrs. Some answer the call.”

    so were all those guys who stormed Normandy to “liberate” Europe martyrs also? would it not have been better for them to “martyr” themselves at the Fed instead?

    I respect martyrs too, but isn’t it a good idea to know towards what end one is martyring themselves, so that it’s not just a senseless waste of life at best, or at worst, actually helping the enemy achieve their goals?

  12. It’s not a settled matter, that someone like Traini helps the enemy achieve their goals. Quite to the contrary, in my view: his act alone isn’t going to frighten them… but when all of Italy embraces him as a hero, that’s a game-changer.

    There is also honor. An Italian girl was murdered and her body was defiled. Why bother not mixing it all to hell to some shade of mulatto/muzz, if not one of your men is willing to avenge THAT?

    It’s not up to you or me to influence anyone we don’t personally know for or against patriotic sacrifice.

  13. “It’s not up to you or me to influence anyone we don’t personally know for or against patriotic sacrifice.”

    I dunno about that. I look at Traini and everyone like him as a brother also, and wish I could say to all of them, “Luca, come on, man. our targets are the bankers and the hearts and minds of all the people who are sleeping. this is a culture war. these muds are just the bait. we need to go after the big fish and take down the whole globalist cabal. that’s real winning, man. we can do this.”

    I think leaders do have the power and the responsibility to help men understand the big picture. otherwise, Normandy. Dresden. Europe 2018. Luca Traini himself is paying the price for the misguided patriotic sacrifices of WW2, is he not?

  14. “but when all of Italy embraces him as a hero, that’s a game-changer.”

    there’s a good chance of this happening, but will the anger be directed at the puppetmasters rather than the puppets? possibly…

  15. Without doing any research, did Traini take out old women, or was it young men loitering aggressively in the street?

    Almost certainly the latter. Those aggressive loiterers may not have agency in the sense that White people do, but they are hazards that have to be removed one way or another.

    In Europe as opposed to America, and especially in Italy, what percentage of Africans are not fresh off the boat invaders?

  16. Fallen GIs at Normandy are crudely analogous to the ATF agent who died at Waco. Can’t compare Traini’s mission to theirs. He’s more in the populist folk hero tradition.

    What I said about Honor above: for some, that ends the debate. Honor supersedes everything.

    but will the anger be directed at the puppetmasters rather than the puppets?

    Why can’t it be both?

    Words like “Bankers” and “puppets” are not entirely useful. Someone makes up his mind to go for the head of the beast, this Banker,… and he pops a working stiff who processes loan applications at the local branch. Let Trump (and a rare talent like A.B.) deal with the puppet masters.

    Likewise with “puppets,” as Elk just alluded, they have their own form of agency. Surrendering the streets carries a price.

  17. That question of having to figure out what to do with the “women and children” of hostile tribes — it goes to the Emotional Tax of having to live with these people and in this multi-racial arrangement.

    They call it the black tax or whatever, but that doesn’t get to the heart of it.

    The cost of the multirace environment plays out in more subtle ways that we can hardly measure or know, on the health of the populations in question.

    Something about being a human being and having to be pro-social, both by instinct and at the barrel of a gun, and this all in a situation in which warring tribes are competing for dominance is subtle ways.

    Somehow that is the gist of it. That’s the “lived experience” of it, which phrase is from the Liberal Grievances Department, and as such is yet another example of them occupying the high moral ground, or what would seem to be same, simply by occupying the language that we use to think about things.

    Our Lived Experience is compromising. It takes it toll in various ways.

  18. Obviously I am complaining about personal problems. I have to work with a black woman, and it’s compromising.

    Sorry to complain.

    I look forward to being more of a robot, upon the future AI takeover convergence.

  19. “Fallen GIs at Normandy are crudely analogous to the ATF agent who died at Waco. Can’t compare Traini’s mission to theirs. He’s more in the populist folk hero tradition.”

    I was looking at from the perspective of how pride/honor can cause some to miss the forest for the trees, making the battle about themselves instead of the people they’re supposedly defending. who were those GIs defending? who was Traini defending?

    “What I said about Honor above: for some, that ends the debate. Honor supersedes everything.”

    who’s honor? Italy’s? did he attack the EU?

    “but will the anger be directed at the puppetmasters rather than the puppets?

    Why can’t it be both?”

    it should be both, but how many can see both? who’s responsibility is it too make sure that those who will do the fighting can see both?

    “Words like “Bankers” and “puppets” are not entirely useful. Someone makes up his mind to go for the head of the beast, this Banker,… and he pops a working stiff who processes loan applications at the local branch.”

    deliberately vague terms for use on public internet forums.

    “Let Trump (and a rare talent like A.B.) deal with the puppet masters.”

    A.B.?

    aren’t we all dealing with the “puppetmasters”, whether we like or not? simply being aware that there IS a puppet master means dealing with them.

    “Likewise with “puppets,” as Elk just alluded, they have their own form of agency. Surrendering the streets carries a price.”

    we didn’t surrender the streets. we surrendered our culture. and we did it because of “honor”. we didn’t want to be called “racist”, because it offended our “honor”. “honor” IS the problem. our “honor” is exploitable and our enemies have known this about us for millennia. it is how they get us to fight their wars. plain and simple. as Napoleon said, “if I had enough ribbon I could conquer the world.”

    notice that DJT doesn’t suffer from a blinding sense of “honor”. he doesn’t rush to defend himself every time he feels slighted. he waits, patiently, stays on track, and then enjoys total success and sweet revenge.

    do we want to survive? that’s what it will take. to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.

  20. Plumpjack, those are important points, glad you’re making them. I’m aware of the fact that sometimes patience and deception are in order, and sometimes a Romantic sacrifice.

    Your question about honor is a bit disingenuous. Italian kids in migrant-infested schools need heroes too.

    People do what they can at their circumstances and ability.

    Realism and Romanticism are the two sides to our nature, both have their place.

  21. VagDom had a salient comment about this video over at CH.. attacking people, especially when they’re not expecting it, (or drunk like this not appears to be) generally isn’t the problem for most people. the problem is when they attack back.

    the other problem is, how is an individual white who attacks first presently treated by the state?

    some say “too late to vote and too soon to shoot”. another way to look at this is, ‘too late to act collectively and too soon to act individually’.

    we need collective action. we need the green light. then it’s on. that’s why I posted that video on CH of the (alt-right) kids digging the dam break. it was intended as a metaphor for the culture war.

    keep digging. we need the dam to break.

  22. I’ve been listening to Rebel Yell (Quo Vadis, Alt-Right). It reminded me that the South has the counter culture that we want and the geographic concentration too (but are under siege by rich blue staters with the law in their pocket).

    It also discussed the sort of non-activist organizations that we need, and reminded me of how no-platformed whites are these days. Not to mention straight, white males. All the old mutual aid organizations, a great American tradition, dying on the vine while the finance Jew grows bloated with money and blood on Moloch’s Island. Well, they can still be an inspiration, and serve as blueprints for future similar organizations with uncucked views of membership.

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