Hans F. K. Gunther „The decline of talent in Europe”
Lore editions, France, pp. 114, 2009
This is the first translation of this essay in France. So this fifty-year delay, since the German original is a 1959 edition, seems to me justified since the great German raciologist Hans F.K. Gunther (born 1891-died 1968) in this essay examines himself. The first German title of the work in 1959 released under the pseudo Ludwig Winter would be „Der Begabungsschwund in Europa” which means (thanks to „Google translate”) „The talent in Europe”. Our favorite editor Jules Dufresne (La diffusion du Lore) by adding „the decline” to the title lets us suppose what the author’s conclusion will be. But (to come back to the first argument of the pseudo) the essayist, if he decided to look at himself, it is not without reason. He did so to make his essay the more politically incorrect it could be. Throughout his study he returns to his writings published with his real name in order to justify his research more effectively but without the public knowing the truth. The result would not be the same if readers knew that the author is practicing self-reference! For an Aryan raciologist this method would be the target of easy criticism from Zionist or anti-racist readers or others. But we other Aryans know that our ideals are very easily „shattered” by the slander (literally) of the „correct” populace.
By refusing eugenics, which was a practice developed during the Third Reich, „the degree of intelligence decreases accordingly” (op.cit.p.100). This is the sad observation of this strong essay. It seems to me that the year of his death 1968 also marks the symbolic advent of leftist barbarism which has plunged our Europe into an incurable decline today! Quotes from other ancient raciologists only add to the suspense of the conclusion. But to end our article we will use a new sentence from another work by the same raciologist Gunther: „The more man grows in his humanity, the more his soul becomes pious” (in „Indo-European religion”, Padua, 1980, quotation taken from Max Ribaric’s work „Blood Axis” published by „Camion Noir”, 2012, p.106-107).
Written by Dionysos Andronis