Men. You are disposable to women, and disposable to politicians, and disposable to intellectuals.
The only brothers you have, to whom you are not disposable are brothers in arms, the sergeants, captains, and generals who depend upon you. And the generations of warriors before you, and those that may yet follow you if you do not fail.
As individuals only your brothers need you.
As a collection of warriors we are all indispensable to all.
Our value is in our numbers: our brothers in arms.
The natural order of men is the hunter and the warrior – our bourgeoise luxuries and comforts are a privilege of the good life prior warriors have made possible for us.
But just as women abuse this luxury, we do also.
If you will not fight for Liberty, and if you will not join and forever remain a member of the fraternity of generals, warriors, and soldiers then you will eventually pay the cost in life culture and genes of failing to maintain the first commons if men: the initiative brotherhood of warriors from which man arises from animal.
The Philosophy of Aristocracy
The Propertarian Institute