By Max Musson:
This weekend saw the first of a planned schedule of inspirational events designed to promote White pride, personal development, health and fitness among young White people, through a collaboration between three organisations: Sigurd, the newly emergent British based, Odinist, physical culture group; White-Rex, the longer established Russian based mixed martial arts, music and physical culture group; and Western Spring.
Over thirty people gathered in a scenic beauty spot in the Brecon Beacons for a weekend of camping and activities designed to enthuse them with a sense of racial pride, and to awaken the ‘Spirit Warrior’ within, through a packed programme of both physically and mentally demanding challenges. And the results were truly inspiring.
The programme included sessions led by a senior representative of White-Rex, assisted by a British based mixed martial arts instructor, designed to build confidence and competence in dealing with physically threatening situations in which participants might be confronted by one or more attackers or by attackers armed with knives. These sessions involved grueling full contact practice fighting from which participants often emerged bruised but undaunted, and measurably more confident in their own abilities thereafter.
The organisers spoke at length about the virtues of camaraderie, our Pagan spiritual heritage, assertiveness, self-sacrifice, self-discipline and endurance, and there were lighter sessions involving hiking, hill-climbing, the traversing mountain streams and bathing in natural rock pools.
During the evenings good humour abounded as comrades shared food, told jokes and sang inspirational songs. Individual attendees were drawn from a variety of nationalist organisations, several from National Action, thus providing clear evidence that with good will on all sides and a true desire to put the interest of our race and nation first, nationalist unity can become a reality.
A great time was had by all, but as Sunday afternoon drew the event’s proceedings to a close, weary from the weekends exertions, participants, who had initially been ‘strangers’ but who had become comrades, packed away their tents, said their goodbyes, and made their way home, determined to meet again at the next event in the series, and with a sense of exhilaration that we had been present at the birth of something truly great.
By Max Musson © 2014
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