(By ONA they mean a neo-Nazi Satanic cult called the Order of Nine Angles.)
Nazism isn't mindless, if they were so mindless, the Allies wouldn't have needed to form an alliance in the first place, now would they? You're just a little nerdy American who is incapable of breaking away from the moral dogma they've instilled in you from a very young age. Dictatorship works, in recent history, look at Gaddafi, Sadam, and today Putin, and then look at what happened to their countries when they became democratic? To imply democracy is successful is disingenuous, when the only "successful" democratic societies are built on the foundations of monarchy, dictatorship, and imperialism, that means the Western world and Japan. They were all successful before democracy, with the exception of America, which wasn't always liberal or inclusive either.
Now, let's get to the subject at hand, the ONA is not an actual order, there was initially a group of people that formed their own nexion (kind of like a cult or coven), and that made people believe that there was some internal initiatory path, akin to that of the O.T.O, which is incorrect. The principles and ideals of the ONA, are all outlined in the literature made freely available online. Nexions are made all over the world, with a great deal of variation in regards to ideals, morality, and goals, and this is the ultimate goal of the ONA, to inspire cells or nexions to form, to presence the sinister onto our world.
The thing about the ONA is, that even though there is so much freely available material, it is truly for the strong of will. Those that aren't posers undergo the intense physical training outlined in certain manuals, and also, it requires a great deal of time to actually understand what it's about. I first had interest in the ONA about 9 years ago, the Temple of Them to be specific, since I knew an actual nexion operating in my area of Pretoria, I'm a white South African. So the ideals sounded awesome, but there was no structure, so I lost interest, and started delving into Tantra, but it was pretty tame, then Nishiren Buddhism, but it was pacifist, and then Aryan Paganism, including Germanic, Celtic, Roman, Greek, Egyptians (yes ancient Egyptians are scientifically proven to have been related to Numidians and Berbers, who are Aryans, 50% of Western Europeans share their DNA), and to a lesser extent Vedic traditions.
Eventually I realized that it wasn't about what you studied, it's about the approach taken. I was interested in the Left-hand path, and that could apply to Germanic, Celtic, Roman, Greek, Egyptian, and Vedic pagan traditions, and so could the Right-hand path. So while I believe that I am to some extent a pagan that respects Germanic, Celtic, and Roman cultures, I am also a Luciferian, because the ONA had such a great influence on me. Having grown up in a highly religious Afrikaner environment, I guess you could say I already had an insight role, but I also adopted Islam as an insight role for a year.
Ovid, the great Roman poet once said that it is right to learn, even from your enemies, and I agree, this is the value of insight roles. I greatly respect martyrdom in Islam, it's noble, like our pagan ancestors who were willing to live and die according to their ideals. I also respect the Christian mythology as transformed during the Romantic age by the likes of William Blake and Lord Byron. The ONA is truly a path of wisdom if you actually have the balls to practice what you preach, and if your ideals extend beyond the tip of your tongue. And yes, I support terrorism in America, you supported the ANC terrorists in South Africa so, I guess it's poetic justice. Blow up more homosexuals, transgenders, Christians, Jews, and hippies please.