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    The Nietzschean Prophecies 200 Years of Nihilism

    http://www.alternativeright.com/main...an-prophecies/

    Speculative article on Nietzsche's philosophy and its possible impact on Occidental thought.
    Omnia risus et omnis pulvis et omnia nihil - HPL

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    I love Nietzsche. No other thinker has done more to reveal to me my deeply conservative nature:

    Quote Originally Posted by Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols
    Our institutions are no good any more: on that there is universal agreement. However, it is not their fault but ours. Once we have lost all the instincts out of which institutions grow, we lose institutions altogether because we are no longer good for them.
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    The whole of the West no longer possesses the instincts out of which institutions grow, out of which a future grows: perhaps nothing antagonizes its “modern spirit” so much. One lives for the day, one lives very fast, one lives very irresponsibly: precisely this is called "freedom.” That which makes an institution an institution is despised, hated, repudiated: one fears the danger of a new slavery the moment the word “authority” is even spoken out loud. That is how far decadence has advanced in the value-instincts of our politicians, of our political parties: instinctively they prefer what disintegrates, what hastens the end.
    I was asleep to the entrenched libertinism of modern America until I read him.

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    Nietzsche

    Some would classify his ideas as the rantings of a syphlitic lunatic. But in some cases, insightful none the less. The secret is too know the difference.

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