Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Speaking in London in 2007, Finnish pan-Aryan nationalist and revolutionary theorist Kai Murros delivered inspiring remarks which, if overly optimistic, are nonetheless strikingly prescient and still capable of uplifting morale:
So, at the moment, the pressure is definitely mounting, and where it will lead in the coming decades – well, next decade, actually. […] I’m looking for[ward to the] next decade very much, because I think that it’s going to be like the new 1960s. It’s going to be a kind of – an explosion of creativity. When there’s pressure, it always helps people to find new solutions. It’s going to be new music, new fashion, new design. It will be such [i.e., so much] like the 1960s – very dramatic decade; but the difference is, that this time it will be totally in the opposite direction […] Everything that was built in the 1960s, everything that was started in the 1960s, it will be torn down. Everything – nothing will be left. This will be truly a new cultural revolution in the western world. It’s going to be wonderful, it’s going to be breathtaking. It’s going to be so creative and, and new ideas, and – everything will be created anew, and especially what has been built for the past forty, fifty years, it will be just wiped out. […] Just mark my words. So, what you have, then, is this nationalist undercurrent. It’s already very strong. […] It’s like, in a river, the top water is green, smelly, putrid, and almost like it’s not moving anywhere; but if you go deeper, there’s this dark undercurrent of clear water, and it’s just waiting to surface. And when that happens – well, it’s going to be great. […]
It’s so ironic that as […] this process, this project is going on, they are actually creating their own enemy. […] So one day these fat, impotent liberals, they will be seeing these young cadres of the national revolution and they will be saying, “You created us. We are your creation. Think about it!” And once the liberals realize, “My God! We have created our own worst nightmare,” it’s going to be quite terrible, and it’s going to be very soon, and I just want to see their faces when that happens. So, that’s why, like I said, I am very, very optimistic. But it’s amazing that now we can see very clearly that the project that has been going on since the 1960s and what was the ideal then is actually producing its totally opposite. […] If Marx was here he would say this is dialectics in history.
Listen to the rest of this stirring speech here.