"Oh, love isn’t there to make us happy. I believe it exists to show us how much we can endure."

— Hermann Hesse, Wer lieben kann, ist glücklich. Über die Liebe (via hierarchical-aestheticism)

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blastedheath:

Henry de Groux (Belgian, 1866-1930), Dante aux Enfers [Dante in Hell], 1899. Pastel, 75x 52.5 cm.

blastedheath:

Henry de Groux (Belgian, 1866-1930), Dante aux Enfers [Dante in Hell], 1899. Pastel, 75x 52.5 cm.

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"I looked across the expanse of my shame, the ocean of disobedience; Christ took my hands and said “This is not for you to see, look to Me.” and I did, and I was made new."

— T.B. LaBerge // Go Now (via godmoves)

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heartbloodspirit:

21hungrybears:

slavicmafia:

heartbloodspirit:

The ‘Gate of Tolerance’ in Warszawa, Poland

burn baby burn

It’s time to bring this picture back

Bad goyim

heartbloodspirit:

21hungrybears:

slavicmafia:

heartbloodspirit:

The ‘Gate of Tolerance’ in Warszawa, Poland

burn baby burn

It’s time to bring this picture back

Bad goyim

Sometimes I wish Europeans STAYED in Europe and left America alone.

irishnationalist:

whitenationalistarestupid:

Then white nationalists wouldn’t exist.

You realize everything you enjoy about modern life was created by Europeans, yes? I’m not even talking about technology. I’m talking about values, society, organization, outlook, perspective, morality, etc.

Things like:

  • Human rights
  • democracy
  • liberal democracy
  • constitutional government
  • conserving nature for nature’s sake alone
  • animals as creatures deserving empathy, compassion and rights
  • free state-funded compulsory education
  • the university
  • the idea of a vocation (later “careers”)
  • sense of selfhood
  • sense of “I” the individual distinct from others and the group
  • equality as a social value
  • freedom as a social value
  • universal brotherhood as a social value (liberte, egalite, fraternite)
  • the abolition of slavery on moral grounds
  • the idea of progress
  • the notion of political economy
  • the notion of economic development (and the idea that a gov’ts central role is to ensure ever increasing standards of living)
  • capitalism, which, despite the whining of many idiots, increased standards of living dramatically, as evidenced by the reversal of birth rates by class: before the industrial revolution the rich had the most children, the poor had what they could afford two, while the poorest often left none.
  • feminism

Again to say nothing, of our contributions to art, philosophy, the creation of modern science, technology, etc.

I don’t approve of most these things and am willing to critique them, unlike idiots such as yourself, who assume such things to be universally rooted in humanity merely because they are universal in value. Apparently all peoples would have developed such things if only it hadn’t been for big bad White people, storming out of Europe like a plague of locusts.

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ppsh-41:

Finnish soldier with the rank of vänrikki (equivalent to second lieutenant) with a pipe.

ppsh-41:

Finnish soldier with the rank of vänrikki (equivalent to second lieutenant) with a pipe.

(Source: sa-kuva.fi, via fiordalisi)

hailhydrra:

First and last shots of Christopher Tietjens

Everybody go read Parade’s End right now.

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