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    Motherhood and Warriorhood [by Gregor Strasser]

    MOTHERHOOD AND WARRIORHOOD
    BY GREGOR STRASSER

    We are socialists. We are enemies, deadly enemies, of today's capitalist economic system with its exploitation of the economically weak, its unfair wage system, its immoral way of judging the worth of human beings in terms of their wealth and their money, instead of their responsibility and performance, and we are determined to destroy this system whatever happens!

    And yet it is not enough just to change the system, to replace one economic system by another; what is needed above all is to change the spirit! The spirit to be overcome is the spirit of materialism!

    We must learn that work means more than possessions! Performance is more than dividends! It is the most wretched legacy of this capitalist system that the criterion for everything's value is money, wealth, possessions! The decline of a people is the inevitable consequence of the use of this yardstick, because selection on the basis of property is the arch-enemy of race, blood, life! We have never left any doubts about the fact that our national socialism puts an end to the privileges of wealth, and that the emancipation of the worker involves participation in profits, property, and management.

    There has been much talk in the volkisch movement about the emergence of a new political leadership, and the call for such a leadership is compatible with what I have been saying. But the ways which it recommends for solving the problem, examining people's blood, re-nordification, etc., etc., seem to my practical nature somewhat dubious as far as their feasibility, their value, and even their effectiveness is concerned! There is another one, however, which is an archetypally German, Prussian way, which is more appropriate than any other: selection through the army!

    For a man, military service is the most profound and valuable form of participation in the State--for the woman it is motherhood! There are many African tribes where mothers who die in labor are buried with the same honors as warriors who have fallen in battle!

    You can call it utopian but for me it is a certainty! Given twenty to thirty years of this type of selection, Germany will have a leadership and executive class which will change the whole face of society and the State, and provide the backbone of the State and its economy!

    -According to one historian, Gregor Strasser (1892-1934) advocated a "'leftist', profoundly anti-capitalist, social-revolutionary vision" for the German Nazi Party. As the North German Party chief and head of Reich Propaganda and organization, Strasser's star seemed to be on the rise. He later fell out with Hitler over ideology and was killed in the SA Purge of June, 1934.

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    There are many African tribes where mothers who die in labor are buried with the same honors as warriors who have fallen in battle!


    Almost makes sense, surprisingly eh? Not being racist of course!

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    Post Re: Motherhood and Warriorhood

    Quote Originally Posted by An Dearg Doom
    There are many African tribes where mothers who die in labor are buried with the same honors as warriors who have fallen in battle!
    Well this helps explain why Africa is still stuck in the stone age.

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    Whats with all these "....." replies? :huh

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    Post Re: Motherhood and Warriorhood

    Quote Originally Posted by An Dearg Doom
    There are many African tribes where mothers who die in labor are buried with the same honors as warriors who have fallen in battle!
    A great tradition. What good is a man dying in battle for the tribe, if the women do not bear children?

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    In my honest opinion; women who die in childbirth should not be given the same honours as men who died in battle. Motherhood should indeed be honoured and respected; and a woman who dies in childbirth should be grieved. But its not the same level as the warrior.

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    No, it's probably far higher.

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    Post Re: Motherhood and Warriorhood

    Dying in child labour is probably a woman's version of a battle ground. I agree that women who die this way ought to be respected as a warrior because she's sacrificed her life to bare life. Although it's not the same as a man's soldiering/warlike services, it's still the same in another way. Wasn't this how societies of ancient Europe (and even some Native American tribes of the north) honoured these brave mothers?
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    Honestly, i think it's the female equivelant.

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