We often hear very negative talk about «herd mentality» and «followers», but let us have a sobre look at the realities in this context. First of all; are humans living in solitude (like say bears) or are we living in flocks (like say wolves)? The answer is clear; we do not live in solitude! We grow up and live our lives in flocks; with our families, friends and often surrounded by strangers too. Some of these flocks are tiny, others are huge, but they are still flocks no matter how you see things. The only ones who live in solitude do so only long after they have reached adulthood and most of them are outcasts, and/or extreme exceptions (like the Unabomber). The common, normal, healthy way of life for a human being is in a flock – like I said a large or a small flock, but still a flock.
It is not far fetched to believe that the lack of any tribal belonging today leads to what we call a «herd mentality». Men and women are all drawn this or that way, to some sort of flock. They seem to need the feeling of belonging somewhere other than just in the still (!) common family. This tribal identity-need I would claim is perfectly healthy and normal, because you cannot find a sexual partner and procreate within the family. Or so you shouldn’t anyway, and indeed this is something the non-Jewish (!) man understands instinctively. So we need to belong to at least two different flocks, although we might often seek the second flock only to strengthen and enlarge the first one; the family.
We are a type of animals, called humans, and just like other animals we have are programmed by our DNA telling us to procreate, but also to protect our DNA. When we see pictures of dead African or Asian children, piled up somewhere in Africa or Asia, we think «oh, that was horrible» (well, some of us do anyhow…), but if we see piles of blonde, blue-eyed and white children, European children, piled up in the same manner we react so much stronger – because no matter where they are from they biologically speaking are so much closer to us than any Africans or Asians are. This is called «racism», and is of course a perfectly natural and healthy instinct in all living beings. This gives us another reason to have a «herd mentality»; for the betterment of our own DNA. Even if you die childless fighting for your race, you will still ensure the survival of your own DNA, because the DNA you fight for is in fact to a very, very large degree your DNA. You are a part of the herd, but the herd is no less a part of you.
The other races in your same species is of coruse also to a lesser degree valuable to you. If they are under threat from a race from another species you will by nature side with the party closest to you genetically. This is purely egotistical, and purely natural, and of course purely healthy and logical as well. So, to a lesser degree than in relation to your race, you also have a «herd mentality» in relation to your species.
What I say here is nothing revolutionary or new, all of this is well known to many already, but it is of course very «illegal» to say this loud, and what I say here is also the reason why the Jews want so desperately to cover up the discovery of the true origin of the European species (!). Yes, not the European race, but the European species, because we are not descendants of Homo sapiens after all, but 99,7% Neanderthals – of the Homo neanderthelensis species. What this means is that we are not even of the same species as the Africans and Asians, although we too have some Homo sapiens DNA in us (on average 0,3%). So… when we all know that humans have a herd mentality, this is bad news to the Jews, who want to wipe out the Europeans through mixing us with the African and Asian races. Our species is not «humanity» as in «all humans on Earth», but our own European species. The other human species out there is even further away from us than we believed before. With this knowledge it is of course much more likely that Europeans will no longer really care so much about the races of that other species, that we will certainly no longer want to mix with them and that we perhaps even want to take steps to protect our species from being wiped out. So they do their best to explain away the discovery, spread false information in this context and generally speaking try to do what they have always done; lie.
Let us return to our herd then, and discuss this «herd mentality» a bit more. Without much risk of insulting or stepping on others, I will use myself as an example. I have always been hopelessly individualistic, to such a degree that it could be described as self-destructive. I have always gone my own ways, or indeed chosen not to walk on any paths at all, and rather just climb up the side of some cliff in the opposite direction or hack my way with a machete through the dense forest towards an impassable chasm ahead. In a sense I am proud of this, I certainly learnt many things others didn’t learn, but, as cross and annoying as I may be; even I want to belong to a herd. I too have a «herd mentality». Not just the «family, tribe, race and species mentality», but a genuine «I want to belong somewhere mentality» with a metaphysical origin. I am not talking about belonging to a religion or having this or that nationality, I already have that, but a need to feel safe in a crowd of people who are like me. Yes, a warband, a Männerbund, or even better an entire village made up of people like myself, willing to fight, kill and die for me as much as I am willing to fight, kill and die for them. A place where I can be able to relax when amongst others, because I really feel I can trust them. Yes; a flock. A herd.
The «herd mentality» is often named as an opposite to the «leader mentality», but no; leadership is an ability, perhaps a skill, but it is not the opposite of wanting to belong somewhere. Those who want to belong in a herd – and we all do – can perfectly well be excellent leaders and have a leader mentality as well. The idea about the herd mentality versus the leader mentality propagated by the media is really just a way to dupe people into thinking they should not want to belong anywhere. Now, cui bono? Who benefits from us having such a mentality? Who benefits from having us sit each on our own little hill refusing to cooperate with the others only because we are so afraid of being labeled «sheep» with a «herd mentality»? Who benefits from having Europeans not wanting to join Pagan warbands? Who benefits from having Europeans refuse to cooperate and accept the command of others? Who benefits from that? Does any army work well without leadership? Who is taking advantage of this whilst we refuse to cooperate?
I have a herd mentality, but I also have a leader mentality. This however, does not at all mean that I would not accept the leadership of someone else. It only means that I would be able to be a good leader under another leader, and that we would both do good for our common cause. It means that I would be able to execute orders from a leader in a good way.
Wolves are flock animals too. So are lions. They have a clear hierarchy, but unlike these predators – who fight amongst themselves for the role of Alpha male or Alpha female – we can find leaders through intelligent selection processes, and by doing so even the most extreme leader types amongst us will be able to accept and truly appreciate the leadership of the one selected. I want to say that one more time, just to make you remember it, but I trust you will remember it anyhow. Read this again if you think you wont.
I truly hope we will be able to build our Männerbund, or Männerbünde, soon, and by doing so not only stand better preparred to meet the hardship of the future, but also satisfy our own perfectly natural and healthy herd mentality, and make life better for us. I hail my future leader, and hope to find him soon. HailaR WôðanaR!