Who will remember the Materialist?

Daniel Cooper
Daniel Cooper

Will anyone remember the Millennials and Generation Z in five hundred years from now permitting that the world doesn't end in nuclear hell fire? I don't know if this is a meaningful thing to post on Holla Forums but it's been wracking my brain lately.

A lot of us moved towards National Socialism, the Far-Right and other Traditionalist movements because we perceived the very real attack on not just our persons, or our future but our past and heritage as well. Because at some subconcious level we recognize the inherent value these things offer to us as Human beings - the deep sense of meaning they provide, in what could otherwise be a life overcome by nihilism and hedonism.

When you think about it - the vast majority of people who have lived on this Earth do so unremembered, with no impact besides their DNA and in some instances, not even that. We remember Wellington and Napoleon, but we don't remember their armies. We remember the sermon on the mound but not everyone gathered there to share with Christ. But how long until we even remember that much? And these are Men who have shaken the foundations of the world - Men who have tried us all and challenged our very notions of what it means to be.

So what hope is there of that for the Millennials and Generation Z? What hope do they have of rememberance when none of them have roots planted in the frosted ground, when many of them will never pass their genetics down or their thoughts and feelings. When Twitters servers inevitably get wiped and thrown in the garbage, replaced by a vestige of a new age. When all that remains of trap music is an MP4 file sitting on a dusted and ancient device.

We know we fight for the past, and we know that we fight for the future as well - and many of you here, whom I would dare to call my brothers also know that these two hemispheres of Humanity are inextricably linked and always will be.

If the Young have been robbed of their roots, their Grandfathers stories ripped out of their hands to be replaced by an iPhone with all the the temporality that materialism brings us - will we ever truly be remembered, will any of them?

Am I insane to muse on this, am I the only one who finds his ice cold heart thawed at the deep sadness of knowing our people's destruction may ever be complete?

Can the forgotten dead ever leave behind a ghost? And if they did - would it be a shadowy figure from the past, or an incoherent specter haunted by it's own lack of a fate?

Nathaniel Lee
Nathaniel Lee

What's the future gonna be like when all digital information is perfectly preserved and accessible?
Nobody will care because there'll be too much shit to sift through I suppose.

Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward

This is basically what I'm coming to terms with. My Father was showing me music and sights from his childhood, stuff that transpired over 60 years ago. And it panged me with deep sadness knowing that all of it would become dust. And most likely everything before it. I don't mean to come off as black pilled - I have optimism for our future, otherwise I wouldn't even be here. But still, this stuff just weighs on me.

Zachary Diaz
Zachary Diaz

The modern AltRight/AltLight movement is a rejection of the cultural revolution of the 1960's

Easton Wright
Easton Wright

user if it worries you what happens 500 years from now write a book, but we should be concerned about the next 10-15 years. Use your energy to defeat the kikes & witness victory & glory!

Brayden Jenkins
Brayden Jenkins

There is no end to this Modernity, brother. Only death.

Luis Stewart
Luis Stewart

It's more about the fate of this twisted generation. I don't hate our White brothers and sisters who've been lead astray by the Serpent. But I have an overwhelming pity for them - this thought has probably never crossed their mind. My own immortality is of no consequence, I'll probably never write a book and if this conflict comes to head I'll probably be one of the first to die. But I'll at least die knowing that I passed up immortality, or at least some chance at it. These kids don't even know what they're playing with. Sorry if this is a totally useless thread guys.

Gabriel Thomas
Gabriel Thomas

Will either become one of the greatest generations or be forgotten. The chips are down how we approach the next couple of decades determine everything for whites across the world.

William Stewart
William Stewart

The majority of people live lives that aren't worth documenting. Its going to sound very cold to say this, but most people are expendable. There are very few humans in the world worthy of being remembered currently, as with all history. How many of you who are not descended from royalty know who your ancestors are past your great-great-great grandfather? How many of us can go back that far? This is a universal human trait, its not limited to the current generation.

Kevin Rodriguez
Kevin Rodriguez

in five hundred years
Everyone will be jacked in to a robot machine that stole their souls a long time ago by then.

Lincoln Murphy
Lincoln Murphy

Does anyone remember the aristocrat children that bled Rome dry?

Sebastian Morales
Sebastian Morales

Will anyone remember the Millennials and Generation Z in five hundred years from now permitting that the world doesn't end in nuclear hell fire? I don't know if this is a meaningful thing to post on Holla Forums

It's not a meaningful thing to post on Holla Forums, but there isn't room for it on the other boards, so you might want to create your own board. Seriously, this kind of discourse is useful, but not on Holla Forums. Create your own board and advance philosophy on 8ch.

Julian Bennett
Julian Bennett

Well that much can't be helped - but these people won't even be remembered a decade after their life. Hell some of them will be lucky even for that much. At least back in the medieval period for instance, your family grew up around a community - your tomb stone stood next to your fathers and his father. In that community your value was bed rocked - you'd contributed in some way to the continuity of the story. Taking pride in your ancestors was not just encouraged - it was pragmatic. Now we have a coming generation that is going to be a caste of raceless, eunuchs who know nothing about who they are, or where they come from. Even if we win this will be the story for many of those in our dominion. And I admit maybe I am being overly emotional about this - but it just hit me recently. Sorry again guys.

Jaxon Sanders
Jaxon Sanders

kek

Who will our great people be, who will our remembered ones? Black Science guys and business men?

Mason Bailey
Mason Bailey

I feel ya.

When I feel deep dispair in my gut is when I talk to a normie and I voice my concerns. It’s always a kick in my gut at how little they care about what I see as catastrophic events.

Don’t want to be melodramatic about it, but man, we’re so fucked. I just got done with some Evolian shit. It’s spirituality we’r lacking. Even if we preserve ourselves, our spirit and soul is dead. We need to rekindle a fire that’s been out a long time. And the best that I can tell, i’m taking these steps as a former atheist completely alone. It’s hard, m8. But i don’t actually see salvation in simple white nationalism, which at it’s core is still a form of materialism

Landon Wright
Landon Wright

I'm taking these steps as a former atheist completely alone
Me too brother, that's probably why this is hitting me so hard. I was raised in decadence and nihilism, I didn't become an edgy atheist. My parents raised me one. Now trying to find my way to greater meaning is a journey, I'm long embarked on yet nowhere near it's destination. I feel though when I'm among you all that I'm at least on the right path, so thank you for that.
I'll admit and be 100% honest, I'm very new to Holla Forums and I might consider doing that. I wouldn't know how - or whether, I could contribute a great deal. My musings aren't very valuable.

Wyatt Harris
Wyatt Harris

"Great people" are just the loudest people. The real heroes throughout time are forgotten. People who pick up trash off the street every day, people who look out for the interest of their community, people who get involved in local government and try to keep the kikes at bay. Nobody will remember these people, but they are the greatest people out there.

Holla Forums would call anyone truly great who emerged from this generation a cryptokike anyway.

Isaiah Baker
Isaiah Baker

What routes have you taken to dispense of atheism? Me personally, I found the cosmological argument bretty good for turning my rationalistic mind against atheism.

I’m not sure what route or practices to pursue, but I’ve found pagan spirituality the easiest to digest. I’m finding it difficult to larp as a Christian, but i do find inspiration in Christian figures such as Corneliu Zelea Codreanu.

What i’m currently missing is ritual. Believing in the gods or in a higher spirituality isn’t a conclusion. It is a fundamental way of being that effects behavior. And ritual is helpful in that sense, it strengthens convinctions when an action is in accordance with a belief… I just haven’t found any good ones I can fit into my life. But maybe that’s part of the problem

Jack Bailey
Jack Bailey

pol/ would call anyone truly great who emerged from this generation a cryptokike anyway.
This is true.

Unfortunately

Xavier Barnes
Xavier Barnes

You don't do it to be remembered, you do it because it's right. Even if you're worth remembering, the worthless and stupid will try to bury you.

Kayden Adams
Kayden Adams

Again, most people don't live important or necessary lives. Those numales are literally expendable bugmen. They have no purpose other than to waste time. If you were never born, would the world be any different? The thing that seperates us from bugmen is that bugmen answer no and are content with that answer. They only care about pleasure and the pursuit thereof. We on the other hand try to leave our marks on society, not for our sake, but for the sake of our ancestors and decedents. Even if you answer no, you still work towards changing that.

Alexander Edwards
Alexander Edwards

The real heroes throughout time are forgotten. People who pick up trash off the street every day, people who look out for the interest of their community, people who get involved in local government and try to keep the kikes at bay.
This is what saddens me, we finally live in an age where we can preserve these people's memory and laud them as heroes. Among those who have moved mountains, are the many who moved the boulder. And yet, instead we're creating an age where we preserve nothing. Because our blind lust for material wealth leaves no room for nostalgia, or the ability to look backwards - the young will be technocrats. Who throw themselves onto the pyre and with each one, all of their memories as well. Our society doesn't produce anything of eternal value anymore, like the works of Leonardo DiVinci - it produces temporary distractions, that in a race to the bottom will constantly be discarded for a new and ever changing edifice. It's simple solipsism.
I've been trying to get in touch with Christianity, but I am also having a hard time doing it. I don't how to show up to a Church and I couldn't anyway, all of the Whites here are Atheist. All of the Churches are only Asian. So my own personal journey is me stumbling through the darkness of that philosophical graveyard. The most I'd say I've achieved is coming to terms with objective morality, and trying to live my life to a greater standard - that set before by Christ in the gospels. Maybe you can call me a Kike worshiper for that, but I do find myself agreeing with his dogma - and I can't in any actuality see myself being a pagan. And I agree with you, ritual is one of the key missing pieces.
You don't do it to be remembered, you do it because it's right.
There's nothing but truth in that Brother. Yet it still doesn't ease my mind, maybe I am just irrational.

Christopher Diaz
Christopher Diaz

I don't just mean being remembered on a civilizational level. Obviously not everyone has their place in our story, but these people won't even be a part of their family history - and many of them, will be the end of their families story. They may be spineless bugmen, but what saddens me about it is they could've been more and I guarantee their forefathers were. But you're right - that will to be better, to even think about these things in the first place is what separates us. And is why they aren't worth the memory in the first place. Thank you for that.

Nathan Murphy
Nathan Murphy

I don't know if this is a meaningful thing to post on Holla Forums but it's been wracking my brain lately.
what is QTDDTOT?

Blake Johnson
Blake Johnson

Will anyone remember the Millennials and Generation Z in five hundred years from now permitting that the world doesn't end in nuclear hell fire? I don't know if this is a meaningful thing to post on Holla Forums but it's been wracking my brain lately.
Serious question: do you remember the plebs of any generation?
Or perhaps you remember the plebs as a group, like the idiotic zealots of the dark ages, or the shit shoveling peasants leading up to them, or the farmers and thieves and conscripted warriors pushing their shit in prior to that, or perhaps the more recent sets of drunks who fought the British, or the more recent group of hippies who wanted to waste away then sell out the future generations with globalism under ideals they were brainwashed with by power hungry globalists.
But that last one is the key, isn't it? Nobody really remembers any of the plebs, save for the way the ruling class uses them.

Angel Sanders
Angel Sanders

nuclear hell fire

UVB-76

Julian Harris
Julian Harris

Sorry m8, just felt like hearing your guys views on this. As I view you guys as a font of wisdom. I'll make sure to keep my stupid shit to myself in the future.
No, and in many ways rightfully so. Do you think we fight so that the uses the ruling class has for the plebs can be something worth remembering? Because at this point - that's sort of what I'm bothered about, it's not even worth remembering. And people are more conscious of that than ever, hence this downward spiral into out right hedonism.
I'm sorry I don't understand?

Cameron Fisher
Cameron Fisher

If there is a bright future, they will remember and mock these generations as an example of how to decay and destroy civilisation and be insane enough to believe in a gorillion different special snowflake genders or constant doublethink such as race sex/gender being a social construct but somehow white privilege, racism, and sexism exist.

I moved towards here because of two main reasons 1) Society has gone insane, in the most literal way. We live in a such an illogical and insane society now that if the most fringe lunatic leftist strawmen of the past are now becoming reality like gender neutral restrooms and "two-spirit" and the like being considered actual sex/gender also chromosomes apparently don't exist anymore. Probably the last straw for me was James Demore's open letter whole he worked at google, heavily cited intelligently written full of basic scientific and logical sense and look what happened. Madness. 2) I'm worried humanity won't have a future beyond negroid-tier savagery and barbarism. I never cared about the preservation of the white race before but even I'm not foolish enough to know what that means for the human race. After whites, the only ones who could be considered remotely capable are the far easterners and even that I think is a longshoot. I'm only reminded of what two of my favourite men have said, one is "Wherever superior races have absorbed large doses of inferior blood, the result have been tragic. Egypt is one case and India presents a still more loathsome extreme. The Aryans in India were too late in establishing their colour-based caste system, so that today the culture of the Hindu is probably the most thoroughly repulsive on our planet. The more one learns about India, the more one wants to vomit. Aside from a few professional minds, the Indian people represent such an abyss of degeneracy that extirpation and fumigation would seem to be about the only way to make Hindustan fit for decent people to inhabit" by H.P. Lovecraft, one of the most prominent writers of the 20th century and "At some future period, not very distant as measured by centuries, the civilised races of man will almost certainly exterminate, and replace, the savage races throughout the world. At the same time the anthropomorphous apes . . . will no doubt be exterminated. The break between man and his nearest allies will then be wider, for it will intervene between man in a more civilised state, as we may hope, even than the Caucasian, and some ape as low as a baboon, instead of as now between the negro or Australian and the gorilla." by Charles Darwin, the "father" of evolutionary theory. I want to believe either the current generation or our descendants will not take this forever and exterminate the inferior savage races such as the negroids to ensure and secure humanity's future and progress. Anyone who finds this morally objectionable should understand humanity is built upon billions of sacrifices, which are necessary to ensure the progress of the human species. They are holding back mankind and thankfully mainstream science has already acknowledged that intelligence is highly inheritable. It is only a matter of time. In the meantime, I will continue my wok as a lowkey geneticist. I hope I find the answer that saves civilised man, either that or the computer scientists working in simulated intelligence create something that will end it all. We area a race of fools, one that now kowtows to the savages but even this I know is merely a short period in human history that will hopefully lead to something better where our generations will serve as an example and warning to others in the future, the future that we must secure from the inferior races.

Charles Turner
Charles Turner

Damn well aptly put, I hope you find that contribution to this conflict that you search for. And I hope that we succeed in guaranteeing the future's inheritance and the posterity of our people.

Nathaniel Turner
Nathaniel Turner

The parts of our people that survive are marks of the Eternal, and to live righteously is to hold the Eternal in your hand. If you can do that, you've lived a good life. If you can shape destiny itself and work it to your ends, then you become the Eternal, as to a God.
To be a God astride the Earth is reason enough to live and fight and bring truth and light back into the world for even one more day, and the whole universe will tremble at it, for the works of Gods shape the universe forever.

Brody Lopez
Brody Lopez

Thank you Brother, you've given me a lot actually. Your responses have significantly cleared my head and I will mull over what it means to grace that Eternity our people deserve. And to hopefully, find my place within it - and if not, at least fight to preserve those who do. God bless you.

Nolan Nguyen
Nolan Nguyen

Because at some subconcious level we recognize the inherent value these things offer to us as Human beings - the deep sense of meaning they provide

Damn right, this is why I collect and study ancient European artifacts and coins, Neolithic through medieval and the history associated. Pic related is the table next to the computer, not staged aside from removing some papers I had laying on top. Hundreds of potent pieces from many cultures representing just a sliver of the glorious history and accomplishments of our peoples, and that's just what I haven't arranged into proper displays elsewhere.

When you think about it - the vast majority of people who have lived on this Earth do so unremembered, with no impact besides their DNA and in some instances, not even that.

While I agree that most people leave no permanent written record, the residues of their lives are found in their ancient soil, so while I will rarely know the name of the creator of an artifact or the men who waged war or commerce with the weapons or coins the fact that those small items exist means that on the other side of history those men also existed, and we know that they lived and loved and struggled and died over countless generations to bring us; their children, out of the mud huts and to the technological magnificence of the modern day. It is our duty to continue carrying their, and indeed now our sacred and timeless torch. We have coursing in our blood the inheritance of our forefathers; holding the same tools they did 3,000 years ago just helps me to remember that we too must live and love and fight and die to pass on the light of our civilization to our children 3,000 years in the future. It doesn't matter if no book will remember us by name, for our blood is eternal.

Brody Myers
Brody Myers

The 'useless' feels threads are the ones I enjoy the most.

The news and politics threads feel like treading old ground at times.

Samuel Walker
Samuel Walker

Five hundred years from now, there aren't going to be any religions whatsoever. Not as presently understood. If making it into history is your target, be ahead of the curve.

Zachary Hernandez
Zachary Hernandez

Five hundred years from now, there aren't going to be any religions whatsoever.
And you're basing this prophecy on what, exactly? Religion has been around for as long as there have been people. I highly doubt it disappears anytime soon.

Michael Gray
Michael Gray

sorry m8, ur not allowed to use sophisticated language on Holla Forums
it makes the mods feel dumb, thats why they anchored it

come to /new/index.html if you want out

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