>Why would I complain if I can't change it?
There's a difference, I think, between thinking that it is a shame that something happened and throwing a tantrum over the fact that it happened despite it having happened and there's nothing we can do about, so in that sense we agree.
>Hitler is perhaps right when he criticised the neo-pagans of his day.
Yes, he was mainly talking about LARPers with spiked helmets and axes from what I remember in MK, i.e. the lowest form of pagan. I myself criticize those who merely want to bring back a 1:1 version of the old ways. For one, this is impossible, but two, it would be somewhat artificial in a sense. Those were the natural religious predilections and compounded traditions of our people in diverse locations stretching out from nearly the dawn of time as far as I'm concerned. The chain has been broken, but genetically-speaking we're not that
different from our ancestors. There are some stuff which can be drawn from that is self-evidently true, other things which will be updated. Of course I'm talking mainly in the philosophical realm here, in the larger social realm, National Socialism itself was a new religion which strove to implement the eternal Laws of Nature in the social and political realms. You're definitely not wrong that it is our task to create "new conceptions of metaphysics native to the European mind."
>I hope you realize most fascists are the exception in society.
And the Iron Guard is an exception within an exception.