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PostSubject: Redbeard Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:33 pm

"Might is Right is an unprecedented book by an author of extraordinary virility and rugged primeval force, whose sense perceptions border on the supernatural. The Laws of Nature are explained, defined and expounded upon in detail in eloquent 19th century English.' - anonymous.







It was written around 1890. Nobody knows for sure who the original author of this book was. The author didn't state his real name, but rather a pseudonym: Ragnar Redbeard. Some say it was Arthur Desmond or Jack London, and some even go so far as to say that it was written by Friedrich Nietzsche. I must say, Ragnar Rebeard's ideas are very, very similar to Nietzsche's, but Redbeard is more barbaric, more savage and in your face than Nietzsche. Redbeard is Nietzsche with a Viking axe!

Give it a read. You won't regret. It has opened my eyes immensely.


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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Tue Sep 24, 2013 6:12 pm

That's, actually, where I read the book. Thanks for posting the link; I was meaning to do that.
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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:47 am

It has been awhile since I read it, but there are some criticisms we could explore.

One is the title statement “Might Is Right” which is a subjective moral declaration, though one is welcome to assert it if they are specifically referring to their own moral impulse and not in a universal context. “Might Makes Right” would be a better title, and is a useful axiom to understand in general.

Also, I seem to recall the author fawning over the powerful industrialists as some sort of modern expression of traditional nobility and alpha-maleness. He used Cecil Rhodes as an example. This sentiment is very common among American “conservatives” who wish to fancy themselves as aristocratic—having never had a formal one or their own. Also, having been founded as a materialistic state, it is not difficult to see how many Americans would see nobility as synonymous with wealth. But most here know that extracting shekels from the marketplace isn't “noble” and that the great European nobility possessed wealth but were not characterized by it (nor did they have anywhere near the amount that a modern capitalist does).

There was one interesting point made in the book about nudity. He argued that Abrahamic modesty was a mechanism for covering up physical flaws. I had never thought about it that way.

Overall it was a good read from what I remember.
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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Thu Oct 03, 2013 9:31 pm

The phrase " Might is right " isn't indicative of some moral ( religious or objective ) code. It's, basically, a way of saying " Might wins!". Don't take the quote in some literal, moral sense. It's just said as " Might is right " because it's catchy and it rhymes.


I don't agree with everything Ragnar subscribes to, but the vast majority of his material, I hold to.
Powerful industrialists could, indeed, be of the master archetype or maybe they were just born into privilege, and didn't, really, have to work their way to the top. It could go either way. But, yeah, there are many who are of the higher type, but are born into poverty. I don't think alpha-maleness is entirely synonymous with economic wealth.

What I like most about " Might is Right " is that it advocates a return to a primal mindset - an animalistic, cut-throat, realistic mindset that encourages bravery, grit, toughness, strength, violence, and power. Ragnar doesn't sugar-coat anything.


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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:26 pm

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"Blessed are the strong, for they shall possess the Earth.
Cursed are the weak, for they shall inherit the yoke.
Blessed are the powerful for they shall be reverenced among men - Cursed are the feeble for they shall be blotted out.

Blessed are the bold for they shall be masters of the world - Cursed are the humble, for they shall be trodden under hoofs. Blessed are the victorious, for victory is the basis of right - Cursed are the vanquished for they shall be vassals forever.

Blessed are the battle-blooded, beauty shall smile upon them - Cursed are the poor in spirit, they shall be spat upon. Blessed are the audacious, for they have imbibed true wisdom - Cursed are the obedient, for they shall breed creeplings.

Blessed are the iron-handed, the unfit shall flee before them - Cursed are the haters of battle, subjugation is their portion. Blessed are the death-defiant, their days shall be long in the land - Cursed are the feeble-brained, for they shall perish amidst plenty.

Blessed are the destroyers of false hope, they are the true Messiahs - Cursed are the God-adorers, they shall be shorn sheep. Blessed are the valiant for they shall obtain great treasure - Cursed are the believers in good and evil for they are frightened by shadows.

Blessed are they who believe in nothing, never shall it terrorize their minds - Cursed are the "lambs of God," for they shall be bled whiter than snow. Blessed is the man who hath powerful enemies, they shall make him a hero - Cursed is he who "doeth good" unto others, he shall be despised.

Blessed is the man whose foot is swift to serve a friend, he is a friend indeed - Cursed are the organizers of Charities, they are propagators of plagues. Blessed are the wise and brave for in the struggle they shall win - Cursed are the unfit, for they shall be righteously exterminated.

Blessed are the sires of noble maidens, they are the salt of the earth - Cursed the mothers of strumous tenderlings, for they shall be ashamed. Blessed are the mighty-minded, for they shall ride the whirl-winds - Cursed are they who teach lies for truth, and truth for lies, for they are - abomination.

Blessed are the unmerciful, their posterity shall own the world - Cursed are the famous wiselings, their seed shall perish off the earth. Thrice cursed are the vile, for they shall serve and suffer." - Redbeard
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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:08 pm

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"What is your “civilization and progress” if its only outcome is hysteria and downgoing?
What is “government and law” if their ripened harvests are men without sap?
What are “religions and literatures” if their grandest productions are hordes of faithful slaves?
What is “evolution and culture” if their noxious blossoms are sterilized women?
What is “education and enlightenment” if their dead-sea-fruit is a caitiff race, with rottenness in its bones?"

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:09 pm

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"Though, the survival of the strongest is the logic of events, yet personal cowardice is the
great vice of our demoralized age. Cowardice is corroding the brain and blood of our race, but men have learnt to disguise this terrible infirmity, behind the canting whine of “humanity” and “goodness.” Words flow instead of blood, and terrible insults are exchanged, instead of terrible blows.

How rich this degenerate world is in small, petty-souled, good-for-nothings, who are forever excusing their infantile ineptitude behind some plausible phrase — some conventional make-believe?

Courage, I say! Courage, not goodness, is the great desideratum — courage that requires neither tin horns, nor calcium lights, nor brass bands, nor shouting multitudes to call it into effective action. But courage that goes its way
ALONE, as undauntedly as when it marches to ‘victory or death’ amid the menacing stride of armed and bannered legions."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:12 pm

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"As far as Sociology is concerned, we must either abandon our reason, or abandon Christ.
He is pre-eminently, the prophet of unreason — the preacher of rabble-rabies. All that is enervating and destructive of manhood, he glorifies, — all that is self-reliant and heroic, he denounces. Lazarus, the filthy and diseased vagrant, is his hero of heroes; and Dives, the sane, energetic citizen, is his ‘awful’ example of baseness and criminality. He praises “the humble” and he curses the proud. He blesses the failures, and damns the successful. All that is noble, he perverts — all that is atrocious he upholds. He inverts all the natural instincts of mankind, and urges us to live artificial lives. He commands the demonetization of virtues that aggrandize a people, and advises his admirers to submit in quietness to every insult, contumely, indignity; to be slaves, de-facto. Indeed, there is scarce one thought in the whole of his Dicta that is practically true.

O, Christ! O, Christ! Thou artful fiend! Thou Great Subverter! What an amazing Eblis-glamour, thou hast cast over the world? Thou mean insignificant-minded Jew! Why is it that our modern philosophers are so mortally afraid to boldly challenge the ‘inspired’ utopianism of this poor self-deluded Galilean mountaineer, — this preacher of all eunuch-virtues — of self-abasement, of passive suffering? .The sickly humanitarian ethics, so eloquently rayed forth by Jesus Christ and his superstitious successors, in ancient Judea, and throughout the moribund Roman empire, are generally accepted in Anglo-Saxondom as the very elixir of immortal wisdom, the purest, wisest, grandest, most incontrovertible of all ‘divine revelations,’ or occult thaumaturgies. And yet when closely examined, they are found to be neither divine, occult, reasonable, nor even honest; but composed, almost exclusively of the stuff that nightmares are made of; together with a strong dash of oriental legerdemain.

Through a thousand different channels, current politico-economic belief is dominated by the base communistic cabala of the ‘man of many sorrows;’ yet as a practical theorem, it is hardly ever critically examined. Why is it that the suggested social solutions promulgated by Jesus, Peter, Paul, James, and other Asiatic cataleptics, are accepted so meekly by us, upon trust? If these men were anything, they were crude socialist reformers with mis-shapen souls, preachers of ‘a new heaven, and a new earth,’ that is to say, demagogues — politicians-of-the-slums; and out of the slums, nothing that is noble can ever be born."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:14 pm

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"No wonder that it is recorded: ‘Not many wise after the flesh, not many mighty, not many
noble are called; but God chose the foolish things of the world, and God chose the weak things of the world, and the things that are despised.’
Nothing else would have anything to do with him. Christ was indeed, the prophet of the credulous rabble during three years of active agitation, and it abandoned him in his hour of need (what always happens under similar circumstances) for the rabble is ever cowardly, ungenerous, suspicious, unfathomably base. It has never yet had a leader of commanding ability (either in peace or in war) that it did not ultimately desert or betray, i.e. if he did not take the precaution to make himself its master.

After permitting Christ to be butchered, the mob thereupon set him up as their Divinity, and erected altars to his renown. Slaves, women, madmen, lepers, magdalenes, were theearliest Christians, and to this hour, women, children, slaves and lunatics are the rawmaterial of the Christian Church.

Primitive Christianity cunningly appealed to the imagination of a world of superstitious slaves (eager for some mode of escape that meant not the giving and receiving of battle-strokes.) It organized them for the overthrow of Heroic Principles; and substituted, for a genuine nobility based on battle-selection, a crafty theocracy founded upon priest-craft,hell-craft, alms-giving, politicalisms, and all that is impure and subterranean. It is a doctrine at once disgraceful in its antecedents, its teachers, and in itself. Truly has it been called ‘the fatal dower of Constantine,’ for it has suffocated, or is suffocating the seeds of Heroism.

Both ancient and modern Christianism and all that has its root therein, is the negation of everything grand, noble, generous, heroic, and the glorification of everything feeble, atrocious, dishonorable, dastardly. The cross is now, and ever has been, an escutcheon of shame. It represents a gallows, and a Semite slave swinging thereon. For two thousand years it has absolutely overturned human reason, overthrown common sense, infected the world with madness, submissiveness, degeneracy."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:17 pm

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"What a horrible sight a crowd of free and independent electors would be, all sitting in solemn conclave, sucking their thumbs, absorbing political opiates and divine euthanasia? Just think of it! (Even Carlyle the dyspeptic would faint at the sight.) The very conception of such a saddening horror makes one ill. It would be as if they all had just emerged from a tomb — a tomb of wool and cotton and leather. Physical distortion and mental malformation, are the direct result of two thousand years of bad-breeding: that is to say, of Mongrelism, of Democracy, of Equality, of Moody-and-Sankeyism. Christian-ism, originating in the despairful and fallacious philosophy of a Crucified Wanderer (suffering from acute MORBUS SACER) is now developed into anorganized and world-wide conspiracy of Clericals, Politicals and Decadents directed en-masse; with Jesuitic cunning against all the primitive and Heroic Virtues.Our clean-skinned ‘heathenish’ ancestors with all their vital forces unimpaired, were really the nobler type of animal. We on the other hand, with our corrupt, irresolute, civilized hearts, our trembling nerves, our fragile anæmic constitutions, are actually the lower, the viler type — notwithstanding the baseless optimism that courtly rhymers drivel into their “Heirs of all the ages,” etc., etc.

No People can long retain hardihood and independence, whose minds become submissive to a False Ideal."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:21 pm

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"This world is too peaceful, too acquiescent, too tame. It is a circumcised world. Nay! — a
castrated world! It must be made fiercer, before it can become grander and better and —more natural.

Fools indeed are they who would arrest the unfolding process with “humanitarian” Cagliostroism, and “rescue the perishing” mummery.

Maniacs are they who would wardoff the suns blazing rays from withering souls or the blighting frosts of winter from hearts that are already broken. For, I doubt not, through the ages, one tremendous purpose runs; - and maturing crops are ripened with the process of the suns — to be sickled down, threshed and rolled away."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:26 pm

Ah, so you have read the book. Very good.
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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:26 pm

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"Politicians, authors, pastors, ‘prophets,’ historians, philosophers, and editors, are
notorious falsifiers of nature and fabricators of subterfuge. Soaked in unnaturalism, saturated through and through with delirium-breeding hashish-literature, they become organically incapable of speaking, let alone of thinking or writing honestly. Artificialism has trained them to be prevaricators, and prevaricators they must remain until the clodsfrom the grave-diggers shovel rattle down on their coffin lids.

As the Old Man of the Mountains trained his fanatical Assassins, and sent them forth to slay, so Civilization trains its Fiendling Intellectuals and sends them forth to assassinate Human Nature. They are the murderers of manliness — the regicides of Thought — the annihilators of heroism.
They have smothered the grand and masterful old Northern Realisms beneath pestiferous rubbish-heaps of Oriental Mythology — of Hebrew old clothes. Grind, year in year out, the same Old Tune.’"

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:28 pm

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"Beowolf, a Saxon song-master, apostrophising “the Sword,” voices this primeval
Organon as it was instinctively understood by our ancestors.

“The war-thing! the comrade! father of honor, and giver of kingship! the fame-smith! —the songmaster! Clear singing! clean slicing! sweet spoken! soft finishing! making death beautiful — life but a coin — to be staked in the pastime; whose playing is more than transfer of being. Arch-anarch! chief builder! prince and evangelist! I am the will of God! I am the sword!”"

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:28 pm

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"A crucified Jew slave (terrorized under Authority) is set up as a god, as a standard of
measurement for all mankind. That is why personal valor and nobility of thought are at such a tremendous discount."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:29 pm

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"He who MUST meet worthy antagonists face-to-face and defeat them or be himself defeated, ennobles his own mentality —unconsciously. Courage, coolness, intrepidity, purity of blood, and mental balance, are the athlete’s first requisites. He must therefore be individualistic, self-reliant and calmly resourceful; i.e. he MUST be brave."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:29 pm

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"Diseased bodies producediseased minds."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:31 pm

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"Hence the noxious degeneracy of the average ‘genius.’ Hence also the shrieking madness of the blinded multitude. Average ‘civilized’ men are more or less abortions anyhow — pre-natal megalomaniacs. Sane men could never be induced to worship an Idol (made out of a mendicant Jew) nor would they consciously erect in the name of Progress, State sausage mills for chewing up their own flesh, and sucking their children’s marrow bones. (Deranged minds while being very susceptible to suggestion, possess — no initiative.) It is the gibbering “geniuses” that are luring mankind down to eternal damnation.

Have they not inoculated the human race with every malady; while proclaiming nostrums and “infallible remedies” — for each incurable disease? From pulpit, platform and library, they ray out their maniacal babblement; and rabbles, madder than march-hares, suck it all in, with open-mouthed wonderment?

Hark! do you hear consumptive fiendlings coughing out their literary pestilence in the High places of the World? They would cure “the sufferings of the submerged,” would they?"

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:32 pm

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"Better the mistress of a king, than the wife of a subject,’ was a saying once popular amongst European women, in the ages when kings were really kings of men — when they were mail-clad sword-swingers — mighty men-of-valor. Modern “kings” are simulacra — dilettante, scarecrows, — robed in purple, and paid liberal salaries to impersonate regalism for the delectation of the vulgar. Marionettes are they! — fitted only to lay foundation-stones — utter vicarious homilies — read off type-written deceptions; or now and then dress up in swashbuckler accoutrements, to review Messrs Rothschild, Ikelheimer, Bleichroder & Co’s prætorian guards, marching by in serried column — with nodding plumes and bannered panoply of war."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:33 pm

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"Cursed indeed are the harnessed ones!

Cursed are they even though their harness be home made — even though it tinkle musically with silver bells — aye! even though every buckle and link and rivet thereof is made of solid gold."

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Wed Nov 20, 2013 6:53 am

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Ah, so you have read the book. Very good.
like 40 years ago.

Did you take permission from Eulogy to speak to me? If you didn't, you should; just imagine how your image would appear...

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PostSubject: Strange Ragnar Redbeard Discovery and Nietzsche Sun Feb 23, 2014 11:45 am

I think I found another piece of writing from Ragnar Redbeard; it's called, " The Sayings of Nietzsche". It was written in 1896 ( around the time many speculate ' Might is Right ' was written ) and the author's name of " The Sayings of Nietzsche " is listed as Ragnar Redbeard.

I skimmed through the beginning of the material ( The Sayings of Nietzsche ), and it smacked in the face with the distinct style of Ragnar Redbeard from ' Might is Right'. Apparently, the name Ragnar Redbeard doesn't seem like it was a pseudonym, but rather the authentic name of the author.

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http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015080473344;view=1up;seq=1

Just found another lost piece of writing from Redbeard: " The Sayings of Redbeard".

Link here: http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015080473336;view=1up;seq=1
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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Thu Apr 03, 2014 10:29 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Redbeard Fri Jun 20, 2014 8:00 am

One of my favorite pages from The Sayings of Redbeard:

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