I don’t have much to say about Armistice Day.
World War I and World War II were the greatest catastrophe in the history of Western civilization. The lessons that were drawn from those conflicts and the overreaction which became the norm in the postwar era was even more devastating in the long run than the bloodshed.
A century later, our civilization really still hasn’t been able to move on. It is time to do so. Supposedly, we’re the great threat which the current system of liberal totalitarianism is designed to thwart and oppress, but no one is less enthusiastic about war than contemporary nationalists. Pretty much the last thing we want to do is to plunge Europe into World War III. As “extremists,” the only thing we want is to be rid of the suicide cult that is Western liberalism, to revitalize our nations and not to be overrun by an endless tidal wave of Third World immigration.
Armistice Day was renamed as Veterans Day in the United States in 1954. Since World War I and World War II, American soldiers have died in conflicts all over the world like in Korea, Vietnam and Iraq which were also none of our business to uphold the liberal world order and to “make the world safe for democracy” and so we honor their memory on this day as well.
Can we please have a moment of silence for all the Americans who died in a century of wars for liberalism started by our foolish leaders?