Living in this oppressive western cultcha is very oppressive.
I was shocked like a very shocked person when I walked by a ‘supposed’ art supply store (that has done the hard work of Wal-marting art supplies) To find them frog-listening to Neo–Nasties!
Question: What is the difference in the two images?
Question: What is the difference in the two images?
Answer: One looks sloppy and hardly thought about the other was a banner for the Daily Stormer.
I’m pretty sure I know why. Blick has Andrew Anglin, famed guy, who is white and therefore a nazi doing their graphics. Apparently like most nazis, he has moved to Haiti or Zimbabwe or something in order to enjoy lording over what he probably big-ot-idly refers to as”colored people” despite all good people knowing that the correct term is “People of color” just for the pure sadism of it.
As we good people know and apparently nazi–know–nothings don’t know is that when you don’t have
you don’t have reliable utilities. (See S. Effricka if you don’t believe me. I’ve decided links to outside articles are annoying)
As I was conveniently saying,
the only logical conclusion is Anglin is
lazily phoning in the graphics to his handlers
in the great state of Ghana. The noble Somalian kangz
then forward it to the Akata
that run Blick for whitey
because whitey doesn’t know how to run sh1t.
In case you are wondering, the above blog post makes perfect sense and is CNN approved.
Is they hate our guts. But the idea that we are left alone makes them lose control of their bowels.
We hate you but we can’t live without you. Btw I agree with a lot of what Richard “I’ve got great hair” Spencer says but I would be way more insanely fascist. So I am not aligning with him.
The idea that I hate other people out of some weird color dysphoria is beyond silly. the idea I don’t like to be around people who are violent toward me for no reason whatsoever is pretty understandable.
Tell me again why I should appreciate Congolife?
This is not revolting because why? We financially support this because why? This has anything to do with me because why?
But we are not allowed to not participate because that is hate speech? I’m not seeing the part that is in it for me.
But you white people don’t ever think you can escape. You owe these people for an unknown reason. You will never be free. OH and btw we are oppressed because jealousy. Die.
Well we certainly gave it the old college try. We allowed a kajillion programs while we had none.
In fact we are the ONLY ethnic group that it is not legal to have a group promoting our ethnic interests. While at the same time we are subjected to non-stop anti-white propaganda.
We don’t discuss but we all know that we have no-go zones for white people.
Above is what we were sold. Below is what was delivered. This isn’t even as bad as the family style block parties they hold where the matrons are foul-mouthed and admonish people not to shoot each other at the party. You can also witness a 4 year-old leaning into a loud speaker listening to sexually explicit rap music. Whew! so much to offer!
Meanwhile we have to pay to school them and that’s gone real well. We give them extra scholarships and affirmative action and hundreds of extra points on their SATs so they can show up in our universities and act like maniac fools.
And this is when they are happy in school:
Anyone who spends any time around black people know that most black women aren’t happy most of the time. We know this because they are constantly shouting at someone or anyone about it.
We poured 1.8 Billion dollars into Baltimore (2015 alone). A city with black leadership all over the place and what’s the return?
We’ve created both Sierra Leone and Liberia as reparations for slavery that was a mostly jewish and black thing anyway!
Of course we know they as soon as we let them loose after giving them everything like a constitution and infrastructure they devolved into cannibalism and enslaving each other. So we had to come baby-sit some more. But the thing is-it is NOT our problem.
For whatever reason the vast majority have retained the tribal warfare lifestyles, even after 400 years of time to assimilate. The cost to us is not just the currency and violence and loss of territory.
There are so many more aspects of our culture that are degraded: our courting rituals are different and interrupted, our sense of customer service and obligation to each other is different (which has a great impact on our gov’t systems esp. since we use affirmative action to hire them at a much higher rate than they exist in the population), the atmosphere in our classrooms are different, even something as simple as going to a movie becomes an impossibility in a black neighborhood because the audience will be so loud.
It does make me sad because I know there are a lot of great black people. There are many I respect and I like. The problem is we are paying an incredibly high price and our well-being needs to be our first concern. Any other response is childish. Of course this is in response to the Chicago-Kidnap, I can’t bear to link it. This is why pretending that we can go along as we have been is no longer an option and in fact the only adult response. The young man who was taken was among our vulnerable. As whites become the minority more and more it is our children, our grandparents, and our compromised that will be targeted.
We have historical precedent in Rhodesia and South Africa. This is not about skin color. No one cares about something so superficial. It’s about our right to well-being. We’ve tried everything we can think of and we can’t turn them into us any more than we could turn a terrier into a golden retriever.
White People Celebrating an Important Event in Rhodesia:
Black People Celebrating an Important Event in Rhodesia:
We’re fundamentally different. It’s not our fault and it’s not theirs. It just is.
It’s time to throw in the towel of childish idealism and work for the most humane and efficient way of returning to the natural way of life of tribalism. Who did we think we were that we could out trick Mother Nature? Fools, that’s who. And boy, have we paid for it.