Defending your rights
It’s funny how much you can learn about people, by simply finding out what they are willing to fight for.
For most of us, honour is a concept we would like to have associated with ourselves and our families. My father and grandfather were both honourable men of European descent. I admire all of their good qualities and try to develop those qualities in myself. I’ve worked together with them on our land and recognize the value in that. And so I consider myself an honourable woman.
This concept of honour seems to be so foreign to many people today that they have difficulty even grasping it without twisting it into something else. I had a discussion recently with an acquaintance of mine (whom I would describe as a “full-grown boy”) who could not accept that the idea of racial hygiene has nothing to do with hate. And that in fact it actually comes down to respect for yours and other ethnic groups to not wish to see them blended together into an unrecognizable caramel-coloured mass.
“What if I meet a black chick that I’m attracted to?” is the counter-argument I get. Can you imagine? “Why shouldn’t I be able to fuck a black chick?”
And that’s basically what we’re dealing with here. A generation of blond-haired, blue-eyed man-boys who are willing to fight for their right to “fuck a black chick” but who cannot even grasp the concept of fighting for the continued existence of their own genetic heritage. Admittedly they would probably also fight if you tried to take GTA 5 away from them. We all have our red line…
Obviously our being brainwashed into accepting this multi-kulti thing from an early age is a big issue…but I think it also comes down to our arrogance in this age. The arrogance that makes us think we know better than our forebears. That our modern “morality” is so superior. Do we not owe our ancestors the benefit of the doubt, that maybe they in their experience knew better than us ungrateful children? Only a hundred years ago, interracial marriage was extremely rare. Not because our grandfathers and great-grandfathers were “racists,” but because they understood basic concepts that today are being lost and bred out of us. I would even go so far as to call this the hubris of the modern age:
…extreme pride or arrogance…often indicat(ing) a loss of contact with reality and an overestimation of one’s own competence, accomplishments or capabilities, especially when the person exhibiting it is in a position of power. Hubris is usually associated with the “simple-minded”. (Wikipedia)
Promising young European men and women of today, ask yourselves, what are you willing to fight for?