“Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to that arrogant oligarchy who merely happen to be walking around.”

The Exile

‘Actually, we do have a good idea of the nothing that exists behind all the official simulacra. When they throw party at the White House, they dance to black illuminati music. They drink and do drugs and congratulate themselves on their good luck. Obama golfs and travels and accepts Nobel Peace Prizes and gets gay blowjobs. He doesn’t pay attention to issues he’s not interested in. There is nothing inside the hollow men but perversions, addictions, and greed, and this emptiness is the scandal the Left cannot discuss.

“The image-destroying imagination of the exile must be generative and unframed like fire. The exile consciousness is sober, monastic. His best strategy is the disruption of the joining function in the collage. The true art form of resistance is anti-collage.”

“Escape must be imagined or all is lost. The next generation will live in a dystopia without any access to history.”

Codrescu’s “next generation” is this generation. Codrescu could not have foreseen how degraded the masses would become between 1968 and 2011. They do not desire honest institutions, they desire drugs, subsidies, vulgarity, spectacle, pure escape.

“One must avoid feeding one’s words to the center.”

The literature of exile in the United States has been the literature of ghosting, the strategy for dealing with feminists, the rude radical Negroes, white race-traitors, and immigrant gangs. Stepping around, avoiding contamination, dropping out, rising above, choosing one’s route carefully. Refusing to support those businesses involved with the anti-male and anti-white agenda. Seeking rural refuges. Thinking about saving something that might persist through these Dark Ages and be of use to a young man of good spirit born in the far-distant future who might be curious enough to sift through the false history and propaganda, discover the history of human greatness, and wonder how it all went wrong.’

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