by Paul Jones
In Bushido, or the code of conduct for a Samurai warrior, in the World History by Ellis and Allen it states: “It was also important for a warrior to balance his life by engaging in such activities as writing poetry, painting or reading Japanese literature. In the 1400’s, Samurai warlord Hojo Soun advised his Samurai followers, “Hold literary skills in your left hand, martial skills in your right.”
In one of his writings, George Lincoln Rockwell made the statement, “At this stage of history one street fighter is worth ten intellectuals.” I don’t think we’ve quite gotten to that point myself, but if the political middle does completely drop out of the equation as it does in any revolutionary period of history, then it is obviously going to come down to historical events being determined by violence of some kind, not just debates with words.
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