Anti-Zionist harvest: Atlanta edition

https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Pro-Palestinian-activists-post-eviction-notices-on-Jewish-students-doors-585761

Sophia Weinstein, the manager of the Emory-Israel Public Affairs Committee  (EIPAC) organization, wrote on Facebook on Tuesday that at least 30 students had informed her about the stunt, and that Jewish students with mezuzahs on their doors had noticed that the “eviction notices” had been posted on their doors, but not those of neighbors without mezuzahs.

About mezuzahs:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mezuzah

A mezuzah (Hebrew: ???????? “doorpost”; plural: ????????? mezuzot) comprises a piece of parchment called a klaf contained in a decorative case and inscribed with specific Hebrew verses from the Torah (Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and 11:13-21[1]). These verses consist of the Jewish prayer Shema Yisrael, beginning with the phrase: “Hear, O Israel, the Lord (is) our God, the Lord is One”.


Shaddai, ["Almighty"] one of the biblical names of God, also serves here as an acronym for Shomer Daltot Yisrael, “Guardian of Israel’s doors”.

Samaritan Mezuzah in Israel, written exposed, in Samaritan Hebrew. This one reads, “Blessed is the One who said: I will look with favor upon you, and make you fertile and multiply you; and I will maintain My covenant with you. (Leviticus 26:9)

It is good that we are raising awareness of Jews as justified targets, but there needs to be more frequent statements of why. It is because Judaism is a tribalist religion (in relation to which Zionism is merely the political manifestation):

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20190406-netanyahu-killing-300-gaza-protesters-was-wise-decision/

as even something as obvious as the mezuzah amply reveals upon inspection. There can be no tolerance by followers of universalist religions (or even by non-religious universalists) for any tribalist religions.

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39 Responses to Anti-Zionist harvest: Atlanta edition

  1. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    Off topic:

    I now have proof that the Rothschild’s are in fact behind “Flat Earth” theory in attempt to make all conspiracy theorists look like quacks.

  2. Cassie Raynes says:

    @ItIsWhatItI

    Most conspiracy theorists are quacks and proven liars who made the Rothchilds their boogeyman to blame all their failures on.

  3. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @CR:

    The Rothschilds are one of the founding families of the Jewish state of Israel, and also led the world in the “international phenomenons of privatization” under neoliberal capitalism. Corporations buying up housing isn’t really “privatization” though, unless of course you believe corporations are people.

    David De Rothschild also pranced around the globe pushing his plastic bottle boat “Plastiquie”, raising awareness of plastic pollution in the planets oceans, a noble gesture, but of course he failed to mention other members of his family are heavily invested in Iraqi oil…

    Simple really. No theories needed. The Rothschilds are dirtbags just like you.

  4. Janus says:

    Whatever his methods and mistakes, Rothschild certainly does not deserve all of the world’s hatred. How many people have even bothered to read up on his dynasty from certified Rothschild biographers? He’s just as obvious as Israel. Every philistine attacks what is obvious while the actual slippery serpents get away blameless. It’s president FDR who should be classified as the supreme satanist of all time. Whether FDR was Jewish or not is irrelevant.

  5. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @Janus:

    “Whether FDR was Jewish or not is irrelevant.”

    Have you actually read the Old Testament? You really believe it is irrelevant if someone believes the teachings of the Old Testament or not, especially if they are the leader of a nation-state? You’re clearly insane….

    Paine was absolutely right about Judaism in his book Age of Reason:

    “Whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and tortuous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness with which more than half the Bible is filled, it would be more consistent that we call it the word of a demon than the word of God. It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize mankind; and, for my part, I sincerely detest it, as I detest everything that is cruel.” – Thomas Paine, Age of Reason

  6. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @Janus:

    “Whatever his methods and mistakes, Rothschild certainly does not deserve all of the world’s hatred. How many people have even bothered to read up on his dynasty from certified Rothschild biographers?”

    Since you’ve obviously read the Rothschild biographies perhaps you can tell us if this quote is actually from one of them: (?)

    “But I can tell you, you are self-deceivers. You lack either the self-knowledge
    or the mettle to face the facts squarely and own up to the truth. You resent the
    Jew not because, as some of you seem to think, we crucified Jesus but because we
    gave him birth.
    Your real quarrel with us is not that we have rejected Christianity
    but that we have imposed it upon you!

    Your loose, contradictory charges against us are not a patch on the blackness of
    our proved historic offense. You accuse us of stirring up revolution in Moscow.
    Suppose we admit the charge. What of it? Compared with what Paul the Jew of
    Tarsus accomplished in Rome, the Russian upheaval is a mere street brawl.

    You make much noise and fury about the undue Jewish influence in your theaters
    and movie palaces. Very good; granted your complaint is well-founded. But what
    is that compared to our staggering influence in your churches, your schools,
    your laws and your governments, and the very thoughts you think every day??” — Marcus Eli Ravage, Rothschild Biographer, THE CENTURY MAGAZINE, JANUARY 1928, Vol. 115, No. 3, pp. 346-350.

    If Jews “gave birth to Jesus” as this Rothschild apparently claimed in his biography, he is either completely ignorant of the facts, or is intentionally lying? How would he explain the Dead Sea Scrolls and the “quotable Jesus” in the Gospel of Thomas? Perhaps there is a good reason why the Jesus of the Dead Sea Scrolls is actually called the “quotable Jesus”?

    “According to Joseph Lightfoot the Church Father Epiphanius (writing in the 4th century CE) seems to make a distinction between two main groups within the Essenes: “Of those that came before his [Elxai, an Ossaean prophet] time and during it, the Ossaeans and the Nazarean.” Epiphanius describes each group as following:

    The Nazarean—they were Jews by nationality (JUDEANS YOU MEAN?)—originally from Gileaditis, Bashanitis and the Transjordan… They acknowledged Moses and believed that he had received laws—not this law, however, but some other. And so, they were Jews who kept all the Jewish observances, but they would not offer sacrifice or eat meat. They considered it unlawful to eat meat or make sacrifices with it. They claim that these Books are fictions, and that none of these customs were instituted by the fathers. This was the difference between the Nazarean and the others…

    After this Nazarean sect in turn comes another closely connected with them, called the Ossaeans. These are Jews like the former… originally came from Nabataea, Ituraea, Moabitis, and Arielis, the lands beyond the basin of what sacred scripture called the Salt Sea… Though it is different from the other six of these seven sects, it causes schism only by forbidding the books of Moses like the Nazarean.

    If it is correct to identify the community at Qumran with the Essenes (and claim that the community at Qumran are the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls), then according to the Dead Sea Scrolls the Essenes’ community school was called “Yahad” (meaning “community”) in order to differentiate themselves from the rest of the Jews who are repeatedly labeled “The Breakers of the Covenant”.”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essenes

    “Whether FDR was Jewish or not is irrelevant.”

    Really? Is this why every intelligence agency on the planet takes into consideration someones religious convictions when creating a psychological profile of a nation’s leader? Either you’re stupid, or you think I’m stupid, which one is it? Maybe a combination of the two? I’m not sure whether to be offended, or to pity you? Clearly you’re not right in head or spirit….

  7. Robert Young says:

    Intelligent agencies will also often state that one’s religious conviction is often irrelevant, and it is inappropriate of you to imply that being Jewish is just a religious conviction, IIWII.

    I can see why Anthony, AA, Phoenix, Mandrake, Steve Pidgeon, SotI and even JJ have not bothered to publicly make postings on this blog site in awhile. This blog site is essentially run by individuals that have no consistent sense of ‘theory’, and rely on straw-man arguments to establish a superficial sense of superiority. It can often infuriate and confuse people.

    BTW, any individual on this blog site that decides to directly enable the Essenes in any sort of way should just explicitly admit that they are Jewish for the sake of sincerity.

    Also, IIWII, perhaps you should take William Eastfield and AS’s implicit and explicit statements that you commit foppery when you post nonsense (and anything else) on this blog.

  8. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @RY:

    “I can see why Anthony, AA, Phoenix, Mandrake, Steve Pidgeon, SotI and even JJ have not bothered to publicly make postings on this blog site in awhile.”

    I was under the impression that Steve Pisgeon was forced out by AS because of his identitarianism? Either way, this had not stopped me from being cordial with Steven on other social media platforms, however. Judging from comments made by AS to Mandrake on previous blog posts they both were in disagreement? I also know that other Swastika bearing members of this site are not happy with the fact that JJ lives in America, but will not join a party of American Aryanists….

    Are you sure you know what you’re talking about?

    “This blog site is essentially run by individuals that have no consistent sense of ‘theory’, and rely on straw-man arguments to establish a superficial sense of superiority. It can often infuriate and confuse people.”

    “Essentially run”?

    Are you implying I’m helping run this blog? Do you see a swastika next to my name? If my arguments are “straw-man” argruments you should be able to easily refute them, no?

    It’s 2019, are you just now getting infuriated? I’ve been angry and infuriated about the condition this world is in for some time now. Furthermore, for a site that speaks of the importance of individual personality, how come it’s adherents cannot show any on its blog?

    “BTW, any individual on this blog site that decides to directly enable the Essenes in any sort of way should just explicitly admit that they are Jewish for the sake of sincerity.”

    Are you implying Jesus was Jewish? Are you being sincere or deceptive? Are you in agreement then with others who believe that the Dead Sea Scrolls belong in Israel?

    People write entire books on this subject: “Neither Jew Nor Greek” https://www.eerdmans.com/Mobile/Products/3933/neither-jew-nor-greek.aspx

    Perhaps I should have clarified by making a distinction between the Nazarean and the other sects….

    “Also, IIWII, perhaps you should take William Eastfield and AS’s implicit and explicit statements that you commit foppery when you post nonsense (and anything else) on this blog.”

    How are my constant attacks against Judaism and Jewish identity “foppery” exactly?

    ROFL!!!!???

    I won’t be commenting anymore here because this site lacks personality and attracts neck-talkers.

  9. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @RY:

    Can you please show me where AS and WE directly implied I commit “foppery”? And while you’re at it can you please show me where either you or WE have committed ANYTHING meaningful and worthwhile to this blog?

    I know for a fact people like me who stop by here and read my comments will appreciate my personality, while thinking nothing much of yours at-all….

    I’ve actually served in a military organization. I know how soldiers think and feel, do you? I think you’re a joke now, and I’m sure they will too.

    Now I’m going to keep true to the last sentence of my previous post.

  10. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @RY:

    Can’t leave it alone now, you got me infuriated all over again.

    Are you the same RY that AS has directly accused of foppery?

    AA left Aryanism over “flat earth” theory….
    Notice I’m right on topic and point by bringing up the fact that I have proof the Rothschilds pushed Flat Earth movement. It is relevant to what has been going on here.

    Do you even actually read this blog?

    So you even detest Judaism and Jewishness at all?

  11. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    Do*

  12. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @RY:

    I see who you are now. You’re upset because I hurt you and your identitarian friends feelings aren’t you?

    Curious, was my commentary about applying the logic of the book of Deuteronomy to the 10 commandments as an easy way to identify what Judaism is really all about foppery as well? You did say everything I’ve ever said is foppery right?

    I’ll stop commenting here when AS directly asks me too.

    I’d actually be happier if you and your friends stopped reading this blog altogether. Not trying to prove any superiority really, just trying to make thinks as uncomfortable as possible here for you and your type.

  13. William Eastfield says:

    @Robert Young

    “Also, IIWII, perhaps you should take William Eastfield and AS’s implicit and explicit statements that you commit foppery when you post nonsense (and anything else) on this blog.”

    I wasn’t implying that IIWII was being a fop with that comment I left recently, if that’s what you’re talking about. It was a stupid comment with no real point to it – but if you still think I’m was accusing IIWIS of foppery, then you must think I was accusing you as well since it was directed at you as well.

    @ItIsWhatItIs

    “WE have committed ANYTHING meaningful and worthwhile to this blog?”

    A few comments, maybe. But strictly speaking, I think real activism is more important than posting on this blog… Which is something I think you’d agree with given how you just said that you won’t post anything else on here.

  14. William Eastfield says:

    But come to think of it, I think I was moreso lamenting over how this movement, along with so many of its dedicants, have become so damn disheartened and negative. Just seeing the homepage of the main site used to give me such a rush of inexplainable joy, now that feeling is virtually nonexistent.

    Maybe that’s just a natural side-effect of me trying to apply these principles to the real word, or maybe not. But for the love of God everyone, let’s chill with the cynical shit and take a breather:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyE4gmbpptA

    We’re here for a reason you big goofs <3

  15. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @WE:

    “But come to think of it, I think I was moreso lamenting over how this movement, along with so many of its dedicants, have become so damn disheartened and negative.”

    I agree. This world is a difficult place for those who care enough to be persecuted by “friends” and family, not to mention the majority, for their beliefs. I understand why people turn negative and get disheartened, for I obviously succumb to this as well on occasion. Certainly is part of the struggle against evil. Staying positive when fighting negativity is a tall order….

    Having said all that, I will add that I operate under the assumption that every commenter here is an identitarian attempting to subvert this movement. I don’t play “innocent until proven guilty” with anonymous commenters on the internet, and I think it would be naive to do so. With time I have come to trust some more than others.

    “We’re here for a reason you big goofs <3”

    I do now trust you more also. I do not think RY is here for that same reason, however….
    I don’t think we’re all here for the same reason WE.

    I would also like to mention commenting on this blog has NEVER BEEN ENJOYABLE FOR ME, I don’t like to do it. It puts me way out of my comfort zone. I do it because I feel a sense of duty for it. Sometimes I feel like I have to say things I don’t really want to say to try and figure out where these anonymous commenters are really coming from. I operate mostly on intuition, and even when I feel like someone is being deceptive it is almost impossible for me to explain why in words. That is why I often poke people, to see if I can force them to blow their cover….

    I do actually believe that the climate change predictions are conservative, and that there will be a population induced catastrophe in the near future. I write most of my commentary for the survivors of that catastrophe, who will be on the ground struggling to make sense of it all, and to try and rebuild civilization on a better foundation than the one we currently all live in. Can anyone here actually imagine how FURIOUS those survivors will be at all of us? They are going to need answers. Hopefully, if they ever find this blog, they will know that I for one was just as furious as them, and that I had a heart.

    But, more so than any other reason I am here to learn too.

  16. Janus says:

    >Marcus Eli Ravage

    Which is obviously satirical. He mainly pins the overall Jewish influence on Christianity, which isn’t that much different from Jews scapegoating the Talmud for the errors of their brethren, and in a way, insists that the Christians should be grateful for the Jew’s role in shaping Christianity (foundation of Western civilization). An indictment of the Jewish people should be all-encompassing and thorough otherwise it’s half-hearted or superficial at best. Anyone these days can call out Israel or Rothschild on their criminal activities, do they even merit attention at this point? The Jewish Essenes has escaped the attention of numerous modern occultists as well as pagan contemporaries (Pliny, Porphyry). What did Josephus and Philo have to gain from writing about the Jewish Essene sect?

    Plus, Ravage doesn’t make it explicitly clear that he’s still writing in defense of the Jewish community. Below are excerpts from the only apparently Alt-Right leaning website I have ever allowed myself to acknowledge, as it factors in the views of the Jewish question from BOTH antiquity and Christendom. It’s assessment of the Protocols of Zion is also pretty spot-on, namely the interpolation of the Nietzsche, Marx, Darwin sentence. Also, the Protocols have obviously been touched-up. No discourses, not even Plato’s Sokratean dialogues, are written down like that.

    http://semiticcontroversies.blogspot.com/2008/10/on-jewish-traitors-marcus-eli-ravage.html
    “Since I can find little to no connexion between the various branches of the Rothschild family and Ravage I must provisionally conclude that this is a later addition to provide some context to the article and to enhance its contents by suggesting, like Benjamin Freedman has about himself, that Ravage was in on the conspiracy and for some unknown reason decided to pen two articles boasting about it.”
    And it’s conclusion:
    “In essence: it is necessary to treat Ravage as what he was rather than trying to make him, and his writing, into something it isn’t. It is unfortunate that Ravage wasn’t a toady to the Rothschild family and that his words aren’t boasting, but we have to deal with jews and their words as they are, rather than how we would like them to be.”

    Few Jewish authors have the honesty to admit that they are still operating in service to the Jewish instinct, such as Otto Weininger. He is a much more reliable testimony for indicting the Jewish people, as he confesses his intentions of not speaking out against Judaism as a community, but rather as an idea. Plus he was one of the few “decent” Jews who Hitler and his mentor wished to acknowledge. Whereas Eduard Bloch claimed for himself the title “noble Jew”, which was incidentally coined? by Coudenhove-Kalergi and is not found in Hitler’s vocabulary afaik.

    Lastly, Weininger demonstrates familiarity with several elevated notions, perhaps some ideas were struck upon by chance, some were absorbed through Chamberlain.

  17. Janus says:

    >Dead Sea Scrolls

    No idea what you mean by “quotable Jesus”, do you mean the “Teacher of Righteousness”?

    >Gospel of Thomas

    Which, if authentic, suggests that Jesus’ non-interpolated statements found in the synoptic gospels were originally a collection of sayings which were weaved into a narrative.

    >Is this why every intelligence agency on the planet takes into consideration someone’s religious convictions when creating a psychological profile of a nation’s leader?

    You still seem to be under the impression that Judaism is a religion. I was talking about FDR’s ancestry.

  18. Janus says:

    @WE

    >But come to think of it, I think I was moreso lamenting over how this movement, along with so many of its dedicants, have become so damn disheartened and negative. Just seeing the homepage of the main site used to give me such a rush of inexplainable joy, now that feeling is virtually nonexistent. Maybe that’s just a natural side-effect of me trying to apply these principles to the real word, or maybe not.

    Well that’s the natural consequence of subscribing to an anti-Nature creed. Hitler did not place himself under a delusion in his endearing attitude towards Nature or the German people (he wouldn’t have proceeded with his plan if the Germans hadn’t lived up to his expectations) nor was he forsaken by Nature. Thomas Jefferson certainly concurred with Hitler that Nature was ultimately on the side of the individuals who upheld work ethics.
    Physical success (i.e. Allied victory in WW2) is not proof of god’s blessing, it’s usually the opposite. The overwhelming self-blindness demonstrated in the Allied’s reception of Hitler’s rise to power as well as their stubbornness to accept his peace proposals and their siding with the Soviets demonstrates that they were doomed to destruction from the very beginning.
    In fact, America’s steadily rising course to destruction began with Britain/France’s declaration of war on Germany. “The United States was thus committed from the very moment when chaos descended upon Europe to devote her influence toward developing a postwar world in which peace could be assured.”
    Since the world clearly learned nothing from their conduct in WW1 and WW2, it can be expected that another Hitler-type will emerge in Germany again. He only needs to meet certain qualifications and make a trip to the mountains.

  19. William Eastfield says:

    “Well that’s the natural consequence of subscribing to an anti-Nature creed.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wePUxTCi_Ss

    But I’m pretty sure that it has more so to do with internal cynicism than “subscribing to an anti-Nature creed”.

  20. Philistine says:

    @William

    Man we don’t have the right to be cynics. Think of how long Palestinians have had to live directly under the Zionist boot. But they’re still there and will be there until the end inshaAllah.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf-b3BorM4E

  21. William Eastfield says:

    @Philistine

    Dude I’m laughing so hard — I was listening to this song when I was watching that vid:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5IXuJ7llf0

    and it dropped RIGHT when the people started screaming in the video, it was perfect ;p

  22. Janus says:

    @WE I’ll admit that’s a pretty effective and simplistic presentation, but I think it’s a misleading formulation of the preceding speech. What Hitler wanted from the German youth was self-made men able to make their own judgment, not for them to become merely useful to the state and burdened down with superfluous and harmful knowledge.

    >But I’m pretty sure that it has more so to do with internal cynicism than “subscribing to an anti-Nature creed”.

    What’s your view on Jesus?

  23. William Eastfield says:

    Also, the way that IDF soldier who got knocked down from the tire acted got my attention: when he smiled and put up his gun towards the crowd, it seems that he was doing it jokingly in a lighthearted “haha I’m gonna get you guise”/”lol okay you guys got me” sort of way.

    Like maybe it was actually just some cowardly maneuver to “cover” for his embarrassment (in front of people he wants to enslave?), but I’m rooting for the former; it’d probably mean that they, or at least the guy himself, isn’t too much of a villain to not have some good-natured, albeit subtle, humor with some Amalekites. Maybe the years of Jewish brainwashing and propaganda broke down for just a moment for the guy… Do you know what I’m saying, or is this just the aerosol talking?

  24. William Eastfield says:

    “What’s your view on Jesus?”

    My view is that Jesus is/was a rad lad all the way.

  25. National Asatruar says:

    Hello, I am new to this site, what this site think of Norse Paganism, would it be considered tribalism if I was to practice it once I became an Aryanist?

  26. LuciferOverZion says:

    I’m not going to pretend to change your beliefs since it’s been happening a million times that some people who blindly followed Aryanism flipped 180° into believing something completely different…
    Regarding paganism, I know that this site is cool with noble deities like Athena, Thor and Odin while despising immoral ones like Ares or Zeus.
    Some pagan practices would be considered immoral while other virtuous, so it probably doesn’t accept these religions as a whole.
    http://aryanism.net/wp-content/uploads/asatru.jpg

  27. William Eastfield says:

    @ItIsWhatItIS

    I totally forgot to respond to you, my bad.

    “Staying positive when fighting negativity is a tall order….”

    Can’t be anymore true. I tend to depress people (and in turn, myself) in real life when I explain our mission and Gnosticism and so forth. Perhaps I should just need to change my tone – maybe I should start talking to the right people (or both); only those with a vested interest in the material will get depressed at the notion of transcending it.

    “I don’t play “innocent until proven guilty” with anonymous commenters on the internet, and I think it would be naive to do so. With time I have come to trust some more than others.”

    Yeah that’s a good call. Perhaps we should phase out the Discord, texting, Et cetera and go back to simple emailing. Not only do those platforms make it very easy to dox, anything less than almost business-like and directly to-the-point communication seems to inevitably lead to foppery.

    Now I wouldn’t say this is the case 100%, but at the very least we should get back on task: What kind of activism we practical do to get real results? I understand that most if not everyone is at a loss on how we can ACTUALLY destroy the West and build a Solar civilization in its place, but not putting forth SERIOUS and thorough attention to at least ~talking~ about what the best course of action won’t do anything.

    And yes, I know we’ve already talked a lot about “activism” to no avail. But I think what we need is to actually put serious and sustained effort into it, which is something that doesn’t seem to have been done all that much.

    “I don’t think we’re all here for the same reason WE.”

    I’m talking about ARYANISTS, man. The people actually dedicated to this movement. I don’t give a fuck about the non-entity “debaters” or the fakers (if any) within our ranks.

    “I would also like to mention commenting on this blog has NEVER BEEN ENJOYABLE FOR ME”

    On that, I highly recommend AGAINST advising newcomers to read this blog, at least until we get back on our idealistic feet. I read through the site for about a year before seriously reading through and trying to understand the contents this blog. I bet others who may be doing something similar would be/are a tad turned off from what’s going on here.

    But I mean… This is a BLOG, and its current state is not some nebulous and indestructible force. So I doubt it’s anywhere impossible to turn it back into a source of inspiration.

    “Sometimes I feel like I have to say things I don’t really want to say to try and figure out where these anonymous commenters are really coming from. I operate mostly on intuition, and even when I feel like someone is being deceptive it is almost impossible for me to explain why in words. That is why I often poke people, to see if I can force them to blow their cover….”

    That’s a good idea.

    And it seems to me that all these people commenting on this blog are emotionally superficial haters, who are more concerned with preserving their idea of what Hitler believed in than the matter of what’s actually noble and ignoble. I stopped bothering to read their comments LONG ago, and I’d say that’s a pretty big thing for me since I have a habit of at least skimming through the most dull crap.

    “I write most of my commentary for the survivors of that catastrophe, who will be on the ground struggling to make sense of it all, and to try and rebuild civilization on a better foundation than the one we currently all live in.”

    Expect a message from me.

    “But, more so than any other reason I am here to learn too.”

    There’s plenty of life lessons on this site and attached to this movement, that’s for damn sure. I don’t want to imagine where and what’d I be like had I not found this site lol.

  28. National Asatruar says:

    Wait so according to this site, lebensraum is about capturing the territory of tribalist states, then why did Hitler want to take over Serbia and Banat and leave power to ethnic Germans? Why did Hitler feel that ethnic Germans were being persecuted in the Sudetenland and hence want to take over the Sudetenland to increase the Volksdeutsche (ethnic German) population over there?

  29. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    Hitler Speaks on the plight of Sudeten Germans and the hypocrisy of the democratic nations https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WppUD9IpODU

    “Adolf Hitler speaks about the plight of the Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia and the total hypocrisy of the democratic nations in their condemnations of Germany, and in their failure to intervene on behalf of the abused ethnic Germans in the Sudetenland. He compares them to the “defenceless Palestinians” who are even then being abused while under British authority and he states that the Sudetens are not defenceless, will not suffer their fate, and that the German Reich will do what is necessary to relieve their suffering (12-9-1938).”

    Many British are “whites”….

  30. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    By the way, I did time supporting “Justice For Germans” before finding Aryanist.net.

    Please note that the site was named Justice For Germans, and NOT “Justice For Whites”…

  31. National Asatruar says:

    But why did he specifically want to protect ethnic German Sudetens? Why not non-ethnic Germans

  32. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    @NA:

    “But why did he specifically want to protect ethnic German Sudetens?”

    Bit of a strange question to ask a nationalist about a nationalist leader, no?

    NSDAP = National Socialist German Worker’s Party

    “Wait so according to this site, lebensraum is about capturing the territory of tribalist states…”

    “Tribalist state” is an oxymoron. Hitler wanted the territory that was taken from Germany after WWI back. In the future with reproduction in the hands of the state ‘lebensraum’ (space to live) will no-longer be an issue for any state, and the only reason to invade another state will be if that state exceeds it’s population restriction quota.

    @WE:

    I’ll respond to your last comment when I get some more time. It is amazing to me how close to Hitler’s heart Palestine was, and how far away it is from Hitler’s supposed disciples today. To me that has always been the biggest indicator of a NS fraud, coward, and fear-monger. Notice they always talk about themselves and “their people” first and foremost.

  33. Janus says:

    >It is amazing to me how close to Hitler’s heart Palestine was,

    That’s an exaggeration. It’s true that he understood their plight, but he also stressed in speeches that he wanted them to solve their own problems without foreign aid and that he had a commitment to put his people’s problems first. Before the Mufti reached out, he was desperate enough to arrange for Jews to be sent into Palestine despite knowing they didn’t want it to live in it.

    Honestly, how can Palestine even warrant the description “holy land” when it’s always been the hotbed of major conflicts between Christians and Muslims?

    > and how far away it is from Hitler’s supposed disciples today. To me that has always been the biggest indicator of a NS fraud, coward, and fear-monger. Notice they always talk about themselves and “their people” first and foremost.

    It’s true that a sizable number of nationalists tend to overemphasis their racial identity (it’d be better if Europeans and Americans were distinguished instead of being lumped into the white race designation), but only superfluous nationalist sects have ever supported Israel over the Palestinian people, seldom the genuine ones.

  34. ItIsWhatItIs says:

    “Honestly, how can Palestine even warrant the description “holy land” when it’s always been the hotbed of major conflicts between Christians and Muslims?”

    Hotbed of major conflicts between JUDEO-Christians and Muslims is more accurate.

    Can any land humans currently live on in their current state warrant the description “holy land”?

  35. Speaking of mezuzahs…
    I mentioned them in the following SoE article:
    https://swordofelysium.wordpress.com/2015/06/24/repo-men-the-traps-of-debt-transhumanism/#Veils

    The gist is that today’s ever increasing censorship is like a mezuzah on each webpage door and media outlet door, one cannot pass through if not approved by Jewish law. Search engines like Google routinely block anti-Zionist (but not neo-nazi) search results, news outlets like Veterans Today cannot be shared on major social media, anti-Zionist academics are barred from universities, etc…

    I called these “Mezuzah Laws” in that post. Next step, the Shibboleth or outright slaying of goyim who venture where they shouldn’t.

    Fun Fact: In the game series Halo the bad guys are a theocratic empire called The Covenant which is ruled by three (very rabbinical) “elders.”

    As quoted in the original post:
    “I will look with favor upon you, and make you fertile and multiply you; and I will maintain My covenant with you.” (Leviticus 26:9)

    A review of the Halo series may be accepted on SoE if anyone wishes to submit.

  36. Janus says:

    @Miecz

    >Fun Fact: In the game series Halo the bad guys are a theocratic empire called The Covenant which is ruled by three (very rabbinical) “elders.”

    What a coincidence. I just happen to be well-versed in the Halo series, from it’s story right down to it’s gameplay mechanics – although I’m not aligned with this site.

    The Covenant not only unified multiple warring or even antithetical extraterrestrial species into cohesive units which somehow work in brilliant tandem*, but also successfully governed for centuries via a joint priest and warrior caste.
    It’s empire was literally brought upon by swapping out the aristocratic Elites for barbarous and uncivilized Brutes, which represented a turning point in their conflict with mankind.
    The irony of the Prophets’ war with humans is that they once worked together (according to recent canon) before having their memories erased.

    *Elites/Brutes hold the ranks together and maintain morale, Grunts and Drones overwhelm enemies with swarm and flanking maneuvers, Jackals keep suppressive fire and are generally a nuisance. The performance and durability of Hunters varies between games, but their bond-brother relationship and multiple firing modes keep enemies on the edge.

    Halo: Reach took a step backward by reverting the Covenant to an animalistic portrayal (non-translated alien language) to make them seem more menacing, but I’m convinced that this merely paved the way for those horribly uninteresting and purely mechanical Prometheans, which were devoid of emotional responses. It’s regrettable that the Covenant presence in Halo 4 was just for the sake of nostalgia/familiarity. There was also a remarkable lack of Covenant separatist involvement, which was somewhat amended in Halo 5.

  37. Janus says:

    It’s empire’s decline*

  38. Janus says:

    I would also add that Halo 4/5 has further regressed the Covenant portrayal, making them largely animalistic in appearance.

    Halo: Combat Evolved furnishes an excellent example of eliciting emotion out of enemies, one can’t help but marvel at the variance of their responses. Stick a Grunt/Elite/Jackal with a plasma grenade or jam them with a dozen shards from the Needler and they’ll either run around flailing around as if they were on fire or desperately try to get it off of them. Sometimes Elites would berserk and try to charge you. The game also gave them ample time to respond by delaying the grenade detonation timer. Whereas in newer games, these enemies just stand there doing nothing, largely ignoring it or in the case of Elites/Brutes, doing an unconvincing suicide rush. It might as well as be a glowing blue dud at this point, clearly not threatening to the enemy.

    The variance also extended to their appearances: some Jackals spawned with helmets, some Elites sported a squid-like helmet, and some Grunts wore curled methane tanks.

  39. Janus says:

    Newer Halo games opted for uniformity in appearance and performance (most Elites still behave the same, only differing in accuracy and firing rate), the only distinction was in headdress and the color of their suits (i.e. Zealots, Councilors, Generals, Honor Guard). Halo 2 reduced the fierce and terrifying leaping Halo CE Zealots who would relentlessly and zealously pursue their enemies to the ends of the earth with severely nerfed counterparts, whose only distinction was really their rarity and their exclusive choice of weapon (they could only use the energy sword, despite their predecessors sometimes spawning with plasma rifles). At least the Elite Councilors and Ultra Elites came with a sword pull ability. What made Zealots so deadly in the first game was the exaggerated range of their sword’s hitbox, making it almost impossible to get behind them for an assassination.

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