RFM-01 Mental liberation


Author : Ironmarch
Title : RFM-01 Mental liberation
Year : 2015

Link download : RFM-01_Mental_liberation.zip

Preface. IM-RFM or IronMarch Revolutionary Fascist Manuals are a series of documents meant to help one to get actively involved in the Fascist Struggle against the System. The System is the dominant, purely mechanical societal structure which sprung forth from the modern worldview of lies and falsehoods, whereas the Fascistworldviewadvocates the search for, discovery and realization of the Truth in societal matters, leading to the creation of the Organic State. Theworldwe knowtoday is a product of self-serving lies or interests, as well as a purely material, rationalistic, intellectual mindset that is detached from a spiritual view of life without which understanding material reality is impossible. It is a limited scope that focuses on the wrong things, placing value in man himself. The Fascist worldview is one that promotes a broader eld of vision that encompasses the spiritual reality and nds the Truth as the core value which thereafter reveals the inherent nature of the world at large, society and individuals, applying the truth to everything, including oneself, without egotism. To learn more about the FascistWorldviewvisit IRONMARCH.ORG where you can always nd the entire IM-RFM collection. We highly recommend that you visit the website and read “A Squire’s Trial” before you proceed further with this manual. ...

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