Paul Fahrenheidt

Paul Fahrenheidt

Many a man thought himself wise, but what he wanted he did not know.

Before the year 1945, no one outside of English Academia used the term “Indo-European.” Before that auspicious date, this group was given the courtesy of calling them what they called themselves: Aryan. The sensibilities of the real victors of the Second European Civil War demanded the removal of this courtesy, among other things that well and truly split the descendents from the forefathers.

What is this word, really? If you visit the Wikipedia article on it, the sensibilities of the victors rule. It is not a racial term, it is entirely religious, linguistic, and cultural. Once and for all, this argument must be explicitly addressed in the clearest possible terms:

Ethnicity is the single most important distinguishing factor of historical groups. Literally nothing else matters if a group’s ethnicity is not known. Their ethnicity is a politically correct and academic sounding way to say their Race. The following assertion is unassailable:

Race is the single most important factor of human history.

Take the South, particularly its two most numerous inhabitants; whites and blacks. They essentially live on top of each other (as they have for four-hundred years.) They both speak English. They both eat fried chicken. They both watch football. They both go to Baptist or Presbyterian Churches on Sundays. They both get buried in identical cemeteries. Surnames of “Smith,” “Johnson,” “Carver,” and “Taylor” can be found amongst both groups.

Now, let’s suppose some flood or otherwise cataclysmic event wipes the South (and America) off of the map. Let’s say some far-future nation rebuilds, sends a team of archaeologists to what was once the South, and they start uncovering all sorts of preserved culture in the soil. If no one bothered to write it down (which is the goal of the victors and their sensibilities,) what would keep that team of archaeologists from concluding that the whites and blacks were two cultural distinctions between one Southern ethnicity?

Leaving this example behind, we return to our topic of the once-called Aryans. The first step in making a people forget their history is to make it boring. How does one make the Aryan race, a dirty taboo term which has excited people since well before 1945 and even more so after, boring? Academize it. How do we academize a term like this? Add a hyphen between two innocuous words. Thus the “Indo-European” term was born, aborted, then repeated into being by hostile academics who did their damndest to wipe out any trace of Aryan influence in everyday life.

Did you know that the swastika is the most common symbol in human history? It’s been found across all ages in all four corners of the Earth, from Siberia to Asia Minor, from Tibet and Germany to New Mexico and Peru. Did you know that the Jack and the Beanstalk story is at least five thousand years old, and has different regional and temporal variations? The Scythians told the same story as the English, changing only places and names.

Of course, any regular viewer of Survive the Jive or Robert Sepehr would know what I am putting forth to be factual, or at least possessing an overwhelming amount of evidence. Say what you will about the Aryans, but they’re sure as hell not boring. What we call “Western Civilization” is just the most recent iteration of a far older and antediluvian past, one which has created everything good and beautiful known to humans.

Yet I’ve digressed. The glories of the Aryans can be read of in works as timeless as the Mahabharata, the Avestas, the Iliad, the Conan stories, and Lord of the Rings. Given these glories, we must ask ourselves what Aryan means, why they called themselves as such, and why the victors want it erased.

Aryan means noble. It can also mean civilized, cultured, refined, upright, etc. Essentially, it’s a term which places itself as the epitome of order. Names follow from traits, and the case of the Aryans is no different as they were and are a noble people.

Everywhere their exodus brought them they displayed noble traits. Establishing the caste system, improving the land, writing great works, even intermingling local gods with their pantheon. In a world filled with matriarchal earth-goddess worshippers living in longhouses, the Aryans brought a semblance of God’s order at the end of a torch and sword.

It is from them that not just Western Civilization comes, but all Civilization. Everywhere. Ancient Egypt, Mesoamerica, India, China, Rome, all of it comes from Aryan settlement and rule, and all of it ended with the end of the Aryan caste’s existence. Such will happen to the West til the next group of Aryans takes up the torch.

If order is the purest reflection of God on Earth (which is not to say Chaos is apart from God,) are instruments not used to reflect it? And would a people whose name could literally translate to “Order-bringers” not be one of those instruments? As above, so below.

What are the goals for the victors of the Second European Civil War, that they erase the name by making it boring? If greed, envy, and ambition are removed, then the only motive that can be ascertained is the desire to tear down everything good, beautiful, of God, and Noble. As it’s been said by a man wiser than I, “It’s not rocket science guys.”

The Aryans built culture, that the other peoples would mimic it. What separates the Aryans from the other peoples? Blond hair, blue eyes, and nobility of soul.