If you have studied physics, you may be aware of the four fundamental forces of the universe: gravitation, electro-magnetism, strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force. These of course drive everything we know and are responsible for matter, time, dimensionality, energy, light and so on. These forces split off from the singularity at the moment of the creation. Perhaps you may be familiar with the entropy of physics and the Second Law of Thermodynamics: the entropy of an isolated system never decreases, because isolated systems spontaneously evolve towards thermodynamic equilibrium—the state of maximum entropy. Equivalently, perpetual motion machines of the second kind are impossible.
This may sounds like gibberish, but entropy is important to all of existence. Not just entropy as defined by physics, but entropy of a metaphysical kind. All things are subject to entropy, even abstract concepts. Some trillions of years from now, scientists fathom, the universe will not be as we know it today. It will be filled with nothing but black holes and photons; all matter obliterated and light crunched down to its most basic form (the photon). This is what awaits us — the Heat Death of the universe. Of course until then there are more pressing matters that will take form long before then.
These events are guided by two fundamental principles: order and chaos. Entropy is the latter. Take any object, let it sit for a while, and you can see it degrade over time. It is the same with society: give it enough success and time and it too will begin to degrade until ultimately its collapse is inevitable. Our ancestors were all too aware of this principle and often personified Entropy in the form of a dark god, black god, a god of the underworld, or, in the case of European native religions, A massive serpent gnawing at the roots of the World Tree; eating at the very fabric of the order universe. Christians know this force as Satan. Zoroastrians know it as Ahriman. Odinists know it as Níðhöggr (controlled by Hel). Rodnovers know it as Veles or Chernobog. Often times, Entropy is depicted as a serpent or a dragon. (See Beowulf or St. George for examples)
There is a massive serpent gnawing away at the fabric of our society — of Western Civilization. The forces of darkness have taken hold of every aspect of society: from what is fed to us on the television (or is it Talmudvision?), to what our children learn, to what we eat and drink, our behavior — everything is controlled. Our respective government are run by corrupt, psychotic sociopaths that watch hard-core porn when they are supposed to be doing their jobs. But they are just puppets of the real Satan. Our society is now full of all sorts of degeneracy and decadence, far worse than what was in Rome before it collapse in on itself. We live our lives under a surveillance system that would’ve made the East German Stasi blush. More of our lives are controlled by a Nanny-State than ever before in the history of our existence on this planet.
We can see it crumbling, though. The economy is held together by duct tape and isn’t far off from collapse. The American Congress only barely managed to avoid $8 per gallon milk. We can see resistance all over the place growing, like Golden Dawn in Greece and similar movements across Europe. People are starting to wake up. They are taking the Red Pill and realizing this whole democracy thing is a complete sham. This is entropy at work. No civilization, especially an empire — let alone a multicultural empire, has ever stood the test of time due to Entropy. Like Rome, we went from humble roots and as our civilizations grew and flourished and topped off at the bell-shaped curve, we are on the decline because we have no idea what strife is to keep us humble. We’ve turned arrogant and lazy.
It is simply a matter of time. But some of us are not, however, content simply allowing nature to take its course and we actively help entropy, chipping away at this demonic morass little by little. Yes, we are contributing to the collapse of society but not in the way the devils hope. Right now, They are the Order; We are the Chaos. You see, Entropy is also important in ways that perhaps we didn’t think off: in order for the something new to appear, the old must be pushed back or destroyed. Entropy is part of the cycle of life. And, if you can imagine this seeming paradox: Chaos is part of the Order and assists the Order. Entropy serves a purpose. It constantly recycles and creates anew. This is why the ancient Greeks imagined the Creator of the Universe to be Chaos (Gr. Kaos). Traditionalist Christians would even agree that Satan serves a purpose in their version of the Divine Plan, just as Níðhöggr serves his purpose. Chaos destroys, but it also builds.
This mess needs to go. And we must build again — this time learning our lessons from our mistakes that led us to the present situation. Interestingly, this is also why Serpents also are seen by the ancients as wise and enlightening; we must learn from the past and sift through the ruins once it all crumbles — for this we can thank Entropy.