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H3LLl3OUND - 36-40 years old - male

Posted by H3LLl3OUND
on January 11th, 2012 at 12:54 PM


I have had several questions about my tattoos and my (non)stance as a Skinhead.

Here is a little rant for those who want to know.

I dont waste my hate on those who don't deserve it. I believe in the 14 words "We must secure the existence of our race and a future for white children." Only because to me it seems that whites are the most discriminated against race at this day and time. I dislike and distrust all who haven't earned my admiration and trust from me...even whites.

My tattoos and my ideology represent more Nietzsche's idea of the Ubermensch than traditional Aryan symbolism. He perceived a next step in humanity's journey. He believed that this next step would be the appearance of the Übermensch or overman. The purpose of the Übermensch was to overcome the man, not externally, but internally. He would literally be more than man. This Übermensch would be an artist, scholar, lover, and philosopher. He would do what most people only dream of doing. He would test himself and his vision against the strength of the world.

More than that, though, the Übermensch would overcome the need for God, which Nietzsche saw as a dead concept. Unlike normal men, who need the fear of an external authority, the Übermensch would be a law unto himself. He would decree his morality and enforce it on himself. He would be a self-contained moral authority. This is at the very core of what the Übermensch is all about. Nietzsche was primarily a moral and social philosopher and his Übermensch was a creation almost entirely directed at moral and social questions.

88 (Pronounced 'Eight-Eight') was originally realized by Stanton LaVey in 2006 during a psychedelic trip turned philosophical awakening on one of his several pilgrimages to the Nashville Tennessee home of Hank Williams III. LaVey's interpretation of 88 symbolically is that it represents universal duality reflected infinitely, good is evil, black is white, right is wrong, up is down, and in the spirit of Charlie Manson's philosophy, all is none. The two infinity symbols that make '88' are believed by LaVey to be a fundamental formula for success and/or destruction, depending on visualization, intent & application. He goes on to describe it as a "cosmic key with the power to lock or unlock the passageway into all or nothing" His plan is to use this 'formula' as the core element of his plan to "restore cosmic order by way of chaos through visual art and music by reflecting human evil to power the human evolutionary mechanism that was shut down 2000 years ago for the purpose of 'farming people' – effectively freeing humanity from the chains of lies, mass slavery, religious dogma, prescribed morality and the crippling effect of guilt and fear, aka God"

Also, the broken "SS" on my chest would be considered blasphemy by Skinheads. They NEVER seperate them under any circumstance. Mine stand for "Satan's Soldier".

That being said: yes, I hate *******...I hate spics...I hate zionists..I hate slant eyes...and I hate white trash..I have no problem with black people, latinos, jews, asians or whites. There are good and bad in all races and all those who deserve to have pride in themselves should show it.

I detest how the white man is now the most discriminated against race in the world. WE have to be careful to be politically correct or face the repercussions by organizations like the NAACP, LGBT or any other group dedicated to the defense of their race but, the same races are free to say whatever they wish about whomever they wish without fear of consequence.

If I say "White Power" or "White Pride" then I'm a racist. If any other race says it then it is nothing more than fighting oppression and showing pride in their race. Whites sit on their hands and allow this "oppressive" standard to continue, most of them out of pure fear or some pretentious "guilt" about what atrocities their "ancestors" committed. The past is the past people, learn from it but live in today.

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  1. pythagorean - 46-50 years old - female

    Posted by pythagorean on January 11th, 2012 at 1:29 PM

    Well I am glad that you have the strength of your own convictions. I do not have the same veiw or personal beliefs as your self but its refreshing to hear someone speak their peace with out apologizing first. I am one of those who also sees things on my own terms based on my own experiences and my own search for truth. I dont apologize either.  

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  2. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 20th, 2014 at 10:21PM

  3. MoriartyWolf - 31-35 years old - male

    Posted by MoriartyWolf on January 11th, 2012 at 7:10 PM

    Well speaking as a Mexican Irishman, I have nothing against a well thought out, well written rant/expression of emotions, and I do admire the honesty in the our current climate of Liberal McCarthyism you should be allowed to say and think what you want. In the words of a great man, "Thou I disagree with what you say, I shall defend unto death your right to say"



    I do have one small tiny question, as someone with Apache roots myself, how do you feel about our Tribe?



    I am saying our Tribe, b.c if you were born on The West Coast and are Apache, we may be apart of the same Tribal People.

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  4. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 20th, 2014 at 10:21PM

  5. H3LLl3OUND - 36-40 years old - male

    Reply by H3LLl3OUND Jan 11th, 2012 at 7:50PM

    Chiracahua here. My father met my mother when he was working on an addition to her high school. When the job was over so were they. I visited the reservation once as a child (kindergarten or first grade maybe? I dont remember much other than fighting with kids who made fun of me, not having tv and the desert. That us the extent of my contact with my tribe. I dont like to speculate so I can't really answer about apaches. I have lived all over the united states though and I have met people from many tribes. I can honestly say that I have never met another native I truly had cause to dislike (I just learned NOT to drink with them and actually, not to drink myself). Is there a particular topic you were curious about?

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  6. H3LLl3OUND - 36-40 years old - male

    Reply by H3LLl3OUND Jan 11th, 2012 at 7:51PM

    Nice quote btw. Voltaire correct?

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  7. TheOnlyBenis - 22-25 years old - male

    Posted by TheOnlyBenis on January 11th, 2012 at 7:48 PM

    I agree with the majority of what you said, except for the God part of it. I don't have a problem with God, just with a lot of people's perception of It. I refer to God as the Creator or the Source, but place no value in dogma or blind faith. As for everything else you've said, I agree that white people have had to "walk on eggshells" because of "racism". Personally, I only discriminate on anyone by their actions.

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  8. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 20th, 2014 at 10:21PM

  9. H3LLl3OUND - 36-40 years old - male

    Reply by H3LLl3OUND Jan 11th, 2012 at 8:16PM

    Nietzsche was referring more to the dogmatic desert death cults gods. I speak of course of christianity, judaism and islam. Thanks for commenting.

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  10. TheOnlyBenis - 22-25 years old - male

    Reply by TheOnlyBenis Jan 11th, 2012 at 8:19PM

    I knew which "god" you were referring to, it's just that I believe in the existence of God. It's just religion and perceptions that mess all that up.

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