National Socialism, as practiced in Germany, was totally reliant on the personality and beliefs of one man, Adolf Hitler. This has caused many post-war National Socialists to ‘wait for a Führer’, hoping that one man will come and suddenly start our National Socialist revolution, single-handedly destroy the current jew system, and usher in a new NS era.
While this would be excellent, it smacks of religious thinking; it reminds me of the ever-present religious belief of a Savior on a white horse, who smites all enemies and brings balance to the world.
The truth is, nothing can be achieved without struggle. Sadly, nobody will come along and solve our problems all by himself. It has been said that “Before 1945, we were a party. Since 1945, we’ve been a religion.” This may just be true, but being a religion will not carry us to power; wishful thinking will not destroy our enemies, and it will not reestablish our race as the pre-eminent, if not the only race on the earth.
It is time to stop waiting for a Führer; we already have one, and his spirit is what must guide us throughout our ongoing struggle. Adolf Hitler died fighting for the worldview that he created, and we are truly damned if we sit around waiting for a potential savior; all National Socialists must try and embody the Savior that we wish to see, and perhaps one of us may just fill that role.
Our Führer said:
“I know that some Man capable of giving our problems a final solution must appear. I have sought such a Man. I could nowhere discover Him. And that is why I have set myself to do the preparatory work; only the most urgent preparatory work, for I know that I am myself not the One. And I also know what is missing in me. But the other One still remains aloof, and nobody comes forward, and there is no more time to be lost.”
Imagine what would have happened if he had simply sat on his hands, said “Well, I guess I’m not the guy for the job”, and waited around for a better Leader to emerge. Where would we be now? I think we all know the answer to that.
And many may respond to this article by quoting Savitri Devi’s work, her belief that our Führer was 9th in a line of 10 avatars, and that the 10th would eventually emerge and end the putrid world that we live in today. In fact, I am an ardent fan of Savitri Devi, and I truly do believe that a 10th avatar shall emerge at some point.
But, why content ourselves with that? Why not attempt to follow up on the “Urgent preparatory work” that our Führer started? If our 10th Avatar really does come forth, let’s make the job easier for him.
In conclusion, do not justify a lack of activity by claiming to wait for a Savior: if he does arrive, I’m sure that he will have many questions about your lack of activity. Fight as hard as you can for what you believe in.