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To defend oneself, one must also be ready to die. There is little such readiness in a society raised in the cult of material well-being. Nothing is left, then, but concessions, attempts to gain time, and betrayal.
--- Alexander Solzhenitsyn of diamantespace.com

The two sets of valuations, good/bad and good/evil, have waged a terrible battle on this earth, lasting many millennia; and just as surely as the second set has for a long time now been in the ascendant, so surely are there still places where the battle goes on and the issue remains in suspension... The watchwords of the battle, written in characters which have remained legible throughout human history, read: "Rome vs. Israel, Israel vs. Rome." No battle has ever been more momentous than this one.
--- Friedrich Nietzsche

Regmeister Quotation for the Month of March 2005

      "I don't see much future for the Americans. In my view it's a decayed country. And they have their racial problem, and the problem of social inequalities.... Everything about the behavior of American society reveals that it's half Judaised, and the other half negrified. How can one expect a State like that to hold together--a State where 80 per cent of the revenue is drained away for the public purse-- a country where everything is built on the dollar? "

                             -- Adolf Hitler Hitler's Table Talk, Jan. 7, 1942

              "Whatever else has been done to damage the powerful and great of this earth seems trivial compared with what the Jews have done, that priestly people who succeeded in avenging themselves on their enemies and oppressors by radically inverting all their values...It was the Jew who, with frightening consistency, dared to invert the aristocratic value equations...You noble and mighty ones of the earth will be, to all eternity, the evil, the cruel, the avaricious, the godless, and thus the cursed and damned"...It was the Jews who started the slave revolt in morals."

                             -- Nietzsche, The Genealogy of Morals