OUR STOLEN CULTURE, VOLUME I: NATIVE RELIGION OF THE EUROPEAN RACES, PART 4: TALES OF FREYA, CHAPTER 12: HATED MAN AND THE DOGS
1: There was once a cold, frozen forest, in which there was no food to be found for either man or beast. Then a man sprouted like a tree from the ground. He was called "Hated Man". Hated Man had no father or mother, but was birthed from the earth itself. From the frozen earth, Hated Man formed a great iron cauldron, and his cauldron was soon blessed by three gods.
2: First, Odin touched the cauldron with his spear, and this gave the cauldron the ability to answer truthfully any question which was asked of it. Then, Freya touched the cauldron with her torc. This did not give the cauldron the power to create anything. However, it gave the cauldron the ability to expand to any size, and to change the form of any object placed within it, to a form more useful to the person who had placed the object within it, although it was limited in the extent of the transformations it could produce.
3: Then, Thor touched the cauldron with his hammer, and this gave the cauldron the ability to spit out on command, any item which was requested of it. However, the cauldron's creative powers were not unlimited. There was a limit to how much it could bring forth each day, although come the following morning, its powers were always renewed.
4: For a time, Hated Man lived in luxury and splendor, owing to the powers of his magic cauldron. However, in a nearby land there lived a peculiar race of dogs. These dogs were most strange, because they walked on their hind legs, and spoke as do men. Thus from afar they gave the appearance of being men, although on closer examination, one could plainly see that they were only beasts.
5: Now, these dogs had no magic cauldron to feed them, and the land in which they lived, though not quite as barren as the forest from which Hated Man had sprouted, still did not provide them with anywhere near the luxury, splendor or ease of life as Hated Man enjoyed by means of his magic cauldron. For that reason, two of the dogs, one male and one female, went to Hated Man and begged him to feed them, lamenting that they would starve if they stayed in their own land.
6: Now, Hated Man was quite kind at heart, and so he commanded his cauldron to spit out meat for the two dogs to eat, which of course the cauldron did. For a time, Hated Man and the two dogs lived quite happily together in the forest, and every day, Hated Man simply commanded his magic cauldron to spit out meat for his two guests.
7: This meant that the cauldron could not spit out quite as many things for the enjoyment of Hated Man, but that was perfectly fine because the cauldron's creative powers were quite vast. Then one day, the she-dog bore four pups to the he-dog. Then some time later, those four pups produced eight more pups, and so the dogs began to multiply.
8: Soon four became eight, eight became sixteen, sixteen became thirty-two, thirty-two became sixty-four, and so on and so forth. Thus as time passed, Hated Man was forced to command his cauldron to spit out ever more and more meat each day for the dogs, and to spit out ever less and less of everything else.
9: One day, when the dogs had multiplied to quite an immense number, the cauldron simply refused to spit out enough meat to feed all of them. Although it did spit out some meat for them, the amount of meat which it gave them was a bit too little to go around. You see, the magic cauldron was now at its limit of how much it could produce in any day, and it simply could not produce any more.
10: At this the dogs became quite angry, because they knew that the amount of meat produced would not be enough to feed all of them. Therefore they turned to Odin, the god of truth, and demanded to know why the cauldron would not spit out any more meat for them. Odin then replied, truthfully, that the cauldron simply was not able to spit out any more meat that day, and that the dogs would have to make do with what they had.
11: The dogs were very angry at this, and so they viciously chased Odin away with much barking and snapping. No sooner had Odin departed, than the magic cauldron ceased to give a truthful answer to any question which was sufficiently important. Whenever a trivial question was asked of the cauldron, the cauldron would answer truthfully in order to trick the asker into thinking that the cauldron was still honest. However, whenever any sufficiently important question was asked of the cauldron, the cauldron would always reply with as cunning and mischievous a lie as one could possibly imagine.
12: Angry that the cauldron still wasn't providing them with enough meat, the dogs then went to Freya and asked her what to do. Freya explained to the dogs that the reason why they did not have enough meat to eat, was because they had forgotten how to hunt, instead allowing themselves to become dependent on the magic cauldron for their meals, and had simultaneously allowed their number to increase beyond the number of dogs for whom the cauldron could provide enough meat.
13: Freya then told the dogs that in order to solve their problem, they must either reduce their population to a number which could be adequately fed by the cauldron, or else re-learn how to hunt so that they would not need the cauldron. Now, the dogs most resented hearing this, and so they went to the magic cauldron, which they still considered to be completely honest and trustworthy, and demanded that the magic cauldron tell them the true cause of their troubles, and offer them a true means of alleviating the same.
14: Now, with Odin gone, the magic cauldron was most mischievous and deceitful. Thus it told the dogs that while they had been sleeping one night, Freya had secretly forged countless invisible, magic chains with which to bind them, and that during the night while they all slept, Freya had secretly fastened one of those magic chains around the necks of each of the dogs.
15: The magic cauldron then also told the dogs that the invisible, magic chains were the reason why the cauldron could not provide them with as much meat as they desired, and that if they could rid themselves of Freya, then the invisible chains would all fall away and the cauldron would provide them with anything and everything they could possibly desire.
16: Now, even though the chains didn't actually exist, and were supposedly invisible anyway, the dogs suddenly began to see, and feel, their non-existent chains weighing heavily around their necks nonetheless, and began to hear them clanking loudly everywhere they went. Now feeling quite bitter and resentful, the dogs went and found Freya, and then angrily chased her away just as they had afore chased Odin away, although now the dogs were angrier, and so their barking and snapping was more fierce.
17: Before the dogs had chased Freya away, the cauldron had always spat out the best and most wholesome meats imaginable. Now with Freya gone, the cauldron continued to spit out just as much meat each day as before, but all the meat was now quite tough and rancid, so that it was quite hard for the dogs to eat it, and so that it made them sick whenever they tasted it.
18: Now even angrier, the dogs went to Thor and demanded that he save them from their predicament. Whereas Freya had previously suggested that perhaps the dogs should re-learn to hunt, so that they would no longer be dependent on the cauldron for their meals, Thor now offered to teach the dogs how to hunt.
19: Unfortunately, the dogs were quite incensed by this offer, thinking it most unfair that they themselves should have to work to free themselves of the invisible, non-existent chains which no one had actually forged and which weren't actually around anyone's neck. After all, the only person who could rightfully be asked to remove the non-existent chains which no one had forged and which weren't around anyone's neck anyways, was the very person who hadn't actually forged them and who hadn't actually put them around anyone's neck. Was that not true?
20: Feeling quite resentful of the answer they had received from Thor, the dogs consequently went back to the magic cauldron and again asked it what they should do, for they knew that the magic cauldron could be trusted to provide them with an answer more pleasing to them than the one Thor had given them. This time, the magic cauldron told the dogs that because Thor was offering to help the dogs free themselves from the non-existent chains which Freya hadn't actually put on them, that meant that Thor was conspiring together with Freya to keep the dogs weighed down by their chains, and that consequently the dogs should rid themselves of Thor as well.
21: Thus the dogs viciously chased Thor away, with even more anger than they had previously chased Freya away. Now with Thor gone, the magic cauldron could no longer be made to bring forth anything. Thus the dogs all gathered around the magic cauldron and very angrily demanded to know why it would no longer feed them at all, but this time the magic cauldron said nothing, but only grinned at the dogs mischievously, and then melted back into the frozen earth from whence it had come.
22: It was not long before the dogs had totally devoured every little scrap of meat which remained from the cauldron. Afterward, for a time they lay around in hunger and misery, unsure what to do next, but once their hunger had grown sufficiently great, they all fell viciously upon Hated Man, violently rending him limb from limb and devouring him as the ravenous beasts which they truly were, and the dogs were most resentful, for they hated Hated Man for having brought Odin, Freya and Thor to them.
23: With Hated Man gone, the dogs again lay about in hunger and misery for a time, still unsure what to do, but when their hunger again grew sufficiently great, they soon began arguing with one another over which of them had been the most mistreated by Hated Man. As time passed and the dogs' hunger grew, their arguing about which of them had been the most mistreated, also grew, and they all feel viciously upon one another, tearing apart and devouring one another just as they had previously done to Hated Man.
24: Soon only one of the dogs remained, for he had devoured all of the others. When his hunger again became sufficiently great, he began gnawing off and devouring each and every part of his own body which his jaws could reach. When this last dog had nothing left of himself to eat, he laid himself back down on the frozen ground, and there he soon died. After that, a long time passed, and eventually all memory of the dogs was forgotten. Then one day, Hated Man spontaneously sprouted once again from the earth, just as he had previously.
1: How then is this tale meant to be interpreted? I will tell you. Hated Man is all those people of the races native to Europe who are or have ever been true to Europe's native gods and goddesses. The magic cauldron is all the countries and institutions built by said people. Odin is the courage to seek the truth no matter how much you dislike it.
2: When Odin touched the magic cauldron with his spear, that was Europe's scientific revolution, in which logic, reason and evidence triumphed over faith, dogma and superstition. Freya is the courage to face the consequences of your own actions. When Freya touched the magic cauldron with her torc, that was the emergence of the free market, in which liberty triumphed over tyranny, freedom triumphed over slavery, and self-reliance triumphed over dependency.
3: Thor is the strength to overcome any challenge. When Thor touched the magic cauldron with his hammer, that was the industrial revolution, in which iron tools triumphed over sweat and blood, and profit making machinery triumphed over back breaking labor. All the countless, wondrous items spat out by the magic cauldron, were all the wondrous and useful things created by the scientific method, the free market and the industrial revolution.
4: The peculiar dogs which walk on their hind legs and talk like men, are all the Jews, Negroes, Central American Indians, and all the other countless races of people not native to Europe, for with rare exceptions they are generally not capable of being true to Odin, and therefore are not truly men but only a sophisticated form of beast. Likewise, the dogs are also all those people of the European races who are or ever have been untrue to Odin, for there are many of those as well, and consequently they too are not men but only beasts.
5: The immense multiplication of the dogs which was enabled by the meat given to them by the magic cauldron, was the immense multiplication of persons of the non-European races, as well as of persons who were of the European races but who also lacked the capacity to be faithful to Europe's native gods, all enabled by the immense prosperity produced by the scientific method, the free market and the industrial revolution.
6: When the dogs chased Odin away for informing them that the magic cauldron could not give them any more meat that day, that was the institution of paper currency which governments could print willy-nilly in as large quantities and denominations as they pleased, so as to trick people into thinking themselves wealthier than they actually were. The lies which were told by the magic cauldron after Odin's departure, were all the countless lies told by the educational establishment, the entertainment industry, the news media, governments, the Jewish Marxists who infect countless positions of power, and so on and so forth.
7: The countless invisible, non-existent chains which no one actually forged and which weren't actually fastened around anyone's neck, were all the countless ways in which people of the European races are falsely accused of harming or inhibiting people of other races. Thus when the dogs chased Freya away for informing them that their hunger was caused by them having increased too greatly in numbers and by them having forgotten how to hunt, this was the denial of genetic inequality both between and also within the various races, the denial of the reality of the declining genetic quality of all races and of humanity as a whole due to dysgenic fertility, the denial of the resulting steady decrease in the number of productive persons and steady increase in the number of dependent persons, and the utter refusal to do anything about any of it.
8: When the dogs chased Thor away for offering to teach them how to hunt, that was the collapse of productive industry under the overbearing weight of countless laws meant to impose equality between inherently unequal races. Then when the cauldron refused to spit out any more meat for the dogs, and instead melted back into the earth from whence it came, that was the inevitable collapse of the economies of the countries of the European races, which will be brought about by the eventual refusal of foreign countries to accept their worthless, fraudulent currencies in trade.
9: When the dogs all killed and devoured Hated Man, blaming him falsely for all of their problems, that was what all the races not native to Europe are going to do to the races native to Europe once there are no longer enough people of the races native to Europe to babysit all the other races of people. Likewise, when the dogs all broke into a big argument over which of them had been the most mistreated by Hated Man, and then all killed and devoured one another because they were hungry and could not resolve their dispute, that was what all the races of people not native to Europe will do to one another and to themselves once they have killed every person of the races native to Europe whom they can kill, and there is consequently nobody left to babysit them at all.
10: The long time which passed after the deaths of the dogs, was the long period of barbarism and savagery which will follow the vanishing or at least the significant decline of the races native to Europe. Lastly, the eventual re-sprouting of Hated Man from the earth yet again, is the eventual re-emergence of people of the European races who will be true to their native gods, which will eventually be brought about by Darwinian natural selection for the same reasons as it was brought about by that method previously.
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