The Oath of Reunification

The Oath of Reunification is the first and fundamental of the oaths, ceremonies and initiations of the Ancient Brotherhood of Shepherds and Foresters. It takes the man or group and acknowledges, or reaffirms his or their identity from that of an alienated individualist in a capitalist society or an automaton or slave in a socialist society, either or both, to that of a brother in the people of the European worker.

The oath will be taken at the entry of a man into the Brotherhood, by the initiate and all present, and by all present at any significant gathering of brothers. In the initiation, the initiate states the individual line of the oath, and then the group line with the brothers present. In a gathering of brothers, the presiding brother lead with the group statement, then all present repeat it.

“I affirm my name as Brother, a brother of the European people.”

“We affirm our name as Brothers, brothers of the European people.”

“I place first the well-being of my people, over the desires, dictates and inducements of the hostile ones.”

“We place first the well-being of our people, over the desires, dictates and inducements of the hostile ones.”

“I will do all to help our people.”

“We will do all to help our people.”

“I will do nothing to harm our people.”

“We will do nothing to harm our people.”

“I take this oath in the spirit of the ancient laws, traditions, and customs of my people, in the spirit of truthful speech and loyalty to our word, in the spirit of charity and love for our people, in the spirit of honor and courage, in the spirit of never-ending resistance to the corruption of our enemies.”

“We take this oath in the spirit of the ancient laws, traditions, and customs of our people, in the spirit of truthful speech and loyalty to our word, in the spirit of charity and love for our people, in the spirit of honor and courage, in the spirit of never-ending resistance to the corruption of our enemies.”

“I am a Brother.”

“We are the Brotherhood.”

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I like fast cars, fast women and southern-fried rock. I have an ongoing beef with George Orwell. I take my name from a character in Plato's "Republic" who was exasperated with the kind of turgid BS that passed for deep thought and political discourse in that time and place, just as I am today. The character, whose name means "fierce fighter" was based on a real person but nobody knows for sure what his actual political beliefs were. I take my pseudonym from a character in an Adam Sandler song who was a obnoxious jerk who pissed off everybody.
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14 Responses to The Oath of Reunification

  1. Ryu says:

    An oath is a powerful thing. I remember reading in a FM that saying the oath aloud was much more important than implicitly believing it. It was best to take in front of others.

    I don’t know if I’m qualified to take this yet. “Our people” is a contentious phrase. You are my people, and I know many of my people, but not all whites are my brother.

    • I’m qualifying the term. I used the phrase “European worker” to make some distinctions. One, the term “white” is a little vague. Whites could include Middle Easterners, or Jews, or Southwest Asians or Caucasians, or even some high caste Indians, but these are not our people. The use of “European” best describes who we are.

      (Side note, one of my repeated things- the new “Great Gatsby” movie has brought mentions of the racism of the chief antagonist, Tom Buchanan. Buchanan finds the presence of the German-American Gatz/Gatsby in their social group unacceptable. HBD was first used by upper-class English people- our primary hostile elite- to demonize Germans, Irish, and Italians, which is how HBD got its reputation as ridiculous.)

      The class element is inescapable. All whites are not our people, because the primary enemy of non-elite whites is elite whites- anti-white whites.

      All non-elite whites are not our people either. I was just reading the Jim Goad piece at Taki’s about all the wiggers he saw around Nashville. I hate class-based contempt of poor whites- it’s Taki’s way of saying “we’re no threat”- but indeed most of these people are lost. We will band together with who we can band together, and help who we can help, and leave the rest in the hands of God or to Fate, as you would have it.

      • Hizzle says:

        Thras, your blog is still my favorite of the 15 or so I have on my bookmark list, but this project would be hindered by a lack of face-to-face contact, which all involved would be gun-shy about for very practical reasons. But how could induction or allegiance-swearing take place short of face-to-face meetings?

      • The whole idea is to get people together face to face. I don’t know if it will ever happen, but I’m presenting the idea.

      • Ryu says:

        F2F contact would be optimal but we have to play the ball where it lies

        The same effect can be achieve online. I’m not a huge fan of single author blog formats anymore for any WNs. It is too easy to get into the master-fan dynamic of Roosh, Steve Sailor or Roissy.

        I don’t want to be a guru. I want equals. You can write for Eradica if you wish Thrashy; maybe an article a week, whatever you want. You can still keep this site. It will develop your teamwork.

      • What are you looking for at Eradica? I’ll look for an email.

  2. Ryu says:

    I didn’t read that article. Poor whites and middle class whites who will soon become poor are the prime WN recruits. Younger men, older women. My experience is that rich whites aren’t too invested. I know one or two who aren’t like that. I think we have to focus on those who NEED WN, not just sunshine patriots.

    Who are you reading now? Just Taki, HBD and junk? Ugh! You should spend more time on harcore racist sites. The conservative types are just looking for interesting articles to read. The real life aspects do not interest them.

    • Rich whites are either part of the problem or are too comfortable to care. Many non-elite whites are too degraded or deluded. There is a certain segment that knows something is wrong and wants something better, and is capable of making some kind of contribution. You can’t have too many people involved, or too few.

      I read all kinds of crap- too much- but I dropped mainstream stuff long ago. Taki’s is the most respectable thing I read. I am pretty tired of the HBD sites, as it’s the same stuff over and over again, like the black crime sites.

      • Hizzle says:

        I was at SBPDL from the beginning. By the time Paul came out with his first book, I realized what was up: This guy wants to be the Alex Jones of black people, warning us all about how bad they are with his horseshit fear-mongering in order to scare up book sales. Blacks are like alligators; live, work, and worship where they are not, and you’ll be fine. Some whites can’t afford this, and it’s sad, but black people are too obvious to be really insidious.

        There’s no need to go Taki’s anymore, at least for me. Paul Gottfried and Pat Buchanan both have their own sites now. Derb’s radio program is alright, but Goad’s wannabe bad boy shtick is about as threatening as Bill Maher at this point. The most painful part of Taki is their attempt at humor, and everyone from Kathy Shaedle to Robert Weissberg is a comedian.

  3. PA says:

    As a similar example of an oath, or a mantra, there is a children’s verse created in partitioned Poland in 1901, recited as follows, per my translation. It’s a question-response format, with the responses being rhyming couplets in the original PL language. I remember being taught that as a kid in Communist elementary school there:

    Who are you?
    — A young Pole (masc.)
    What is your sign?
    — White eagle
    Where do you live?
    — Among my own
    In what country?
    — On Polish soil
    What is that soil?
    — My Fatherland
    How was it won?
    — With blood and scars
    Do you love her? [soil: fem. noun]
    — I love her sincerely
    What do you believe in?
    — I believe in Poland
    Who are you to her?
    — Grateful child
    What do you owe her?
    — My life.

    In 1902, a version for girls was written:

    Who are you?
    — A young Pole (fem.).
    What is your sign?
    — A white lilly
    [cont. same as boys’ ver.]

  4. spandrell says:

    I recommend dark blue shirts as a uniform.

  5. Ian says:

    I like this. Thank you.

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