Are we doing it to ourselves?

The following are excerpted comments from: Alex Linder said… The problem is no one has ever demonstrated Whites feel guilt for no reason. Lew said… True enough. When the injustice aligns with Jewish interests, it gets different treatment in the media, and those are the injustices Whites do not seem to feel guilty about. I…

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Wikipedia

“I have never contributed to Wikipedia, a viciously anti-white publication.” —Andrew Hamilton

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Whites’ deadliest enemy

Or: “No Jews, no Arabs, no communists have done so much damage to the White gene pool as Whites themselves” The above is a quotation from Tom Sunic’s 2010 essay, “Race and Religion: Awkward Friends of the White Man” published in three parts at The Occidental Observer (here, here and here) where he also analyzes…

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Fuck America!

“America”—the propositional “nation,” i.e., the egalitarian capitalist system—is the most evil enterprise in human history if it can take a person one generation removed from a proud and healthy people with a strong identity and turn him into a deracinated nihilist like this. —Greg Johnson

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Damned Anglos!

The Anglo-Saxons, in their attempt to destroy Germany, ended up destroying themselves. Instead of being Germany’s right hand man in a National Socialist Europe, Great Britain became a triple colony, first a military colony of the United States, second an economic colony of the European Union and finally a sexual and biological colony of Jamaica…

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Quotable quote

“Revolutions have never been won by intellectuals, but by men willing to get their hands dirty.” —Lars Pieterson

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Linder on The Turner Diaries

I don’t think anyone could like Turner Diaries. It is a disturbing book, frightening even—even if you agree with him, as I obviously do. But it is undeniably heavy. In a way that Covington’s novels, so beloved of Johnson, are not. They are almost fruity in how bubbly the characters are, given the situation, although…

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