This is what a healthy society sounds like

“The falseness of a judgement is to us not necessarily an objection to a judgement: it is here that our new language perhaps sounds strangest. The question is to what extent it is life-advancing, life-preserving, species-preserving, perhaps even species breeding; and our fundamental tendency is to assert that the falsest judgements (to which synthetic judgements a priori belong) are the most indespensible to us…”

– Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, p35

“Biologists frequently express a feeling of awe, bordering on religious reverence, towards the intricacies of nature . . . The organismic concept of groups makes possible a similar sense of awe towards religion, even from a purely evolutionary perspective.”

– David Sloan Wilson, Darwin’s Cathedral, p4

“Don’t try to tear down other people’s religion about their ears, build up your own perfect structure of truth, and invite your listeners to enter in and enjoy it’s glories.”

-Brigham Young

God bless the Mormons. They are now the cradle of American society.  They are even out-spawning the Muslims (thank Gnon), at a robust 3.4 children per couple, compared to 3.1 in the Muslim world. While middle class protestant Christian foundations crumble and decay, the Mormons hold a fortified oasis of life-advancing culture in the west. They are the singular middle class white society in America (and perhaps in the world), that is maintaining its presence as-a-percentage of the entire population in spite of the massive state sponsored immigration agenda.

This is what a healthy society sounds like:


In articulo mortis                                  At the moment of death
Caelitus mihi vires                                My strength is from heaven
Deo adjuvante non timendum           God helping, nothing should be feared
In perpetuum                                         For ever
Dirige nos domine                                Direct us, O Lord
Ad augusta per angusta                       To high places by narrow roads
Sic itur ad astra                                     Such is the path to the stars
Excelsior                                                 Ever upward


My God. Can you feel the power?  Can it possibly be argued that to be a Mormon in today’s world is maladaptive?  For the charming feminine counterpart, click on the “Amazing Grace” link that appears after the very end of the video.

Mormon men don’t need to know Red-Pill strategies to survive. These truths would be bothersome distractions to them. They are too busy producing. Too busy making babies. Too busy striving and reaching towards a perfect society to bother with the fact that their women are never really theirs. They go their entire lives without knowing these things, and they’re better off for it.

They get along just fine.


In this video the Reactionary man can see Mormons as they see themselves: as bees in a beehive.

“The Deseret News (Oct. 11, 1881) described the symbol of the beehive in this way: The hive and honey bees form our communal coat of arms…. It is a significant representation of the industry, harmony, order and frugality of the people, and of the sweet results of their toil, union and intelligent cooperation.

Working together during this early period, individuals contributed specialized talents and skills for building an integrated and well-planned community in a hostile environment. Community, not individuality, created this persistent symbol. “

The power of the Mormon is the power of Man As Super Organism.

Meanwhile, the smug self-congratulating atheists of this country are mired in the moral and spiritual wasteland of the West.  They are forever seeking inward, only reaching new heights of masturbation and moral decay. Fools chasing shadows.

The Mormon world does not represent social perfection to the Neoreactionary eye. It simply embodies the reality that the price of spiritual, civilizational, and evolutionary victory is often a few well-placed and (mostly) tolerable noble myths.

It’s a small price to pay.  Give me myth.




5 thoughts on “This is what a healthy society sounds like

  1. They are not myths, mate. It’s all true. I invite you to discover this for yourself, by reading the Book of Mormon, and praying to know if it is true.


  2. @Jack. Myths aren’t untruths. They are ultimate truths; truths that can’t be reached by mere appeal to the truth-value of their propositions. Mormonism’s myths are true not because they hold up as true propositions in a truth-value analysis, but because the fruits of Mormonism are good as exemplified in the fecundity of Mormon people and the flourishing of Mormon society. What remains to be seen, however, is whether Mormons still value those myths, and will do so in the future. It seems from the inside view of this Mormon that many of my co-religionists are busily buying into the myths of secular modernity, whose fruits are already known to be sin and decay. “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” -Romans 6:23

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