French election 2017

Six months ago, Trump was running against Clinton. Millions of Americans, despite disliking Trump, chose to abstain or to vote for a minor candidate because Clinton was considered to be “just as bad as Trump”, even though her campaign promises were nowhere near as scary. Today, as the Trump administration proves to be every bit as gruesome we had warned you it would be, everyone knows deep down that, whatever might have been the problems with a Clinton administration, it wouldn’t have even come close to comparing with the orange snuff horror porn that the entire world is now forced to wake up to every morning, all the while aware that JUST A LITTLE MORE AMERICAN VOTER VIGILANCE COULD HAVE PREVENTED IT. So I wonder: have the French learned a lesson from this as they go into the second round of their own election?

In the US, while the useful idiots were doing Pepe the Frog memes about Clinton being the Zionist pick and Trump somehow being the Zionists’ worst nightmare, we had been pointing out the rather obvious that, although Clinton doubtless would have been acceptable to the Zionist agenda, it was actually Trump who was by far the preferred Zionist candidate:

In France we see a similar pattern from the useful idiots. Macron is held to be the Zionist pick, while Le Pen is held to be somehow the Zionists’ worst nightmare. I don’t get it either:

http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/french-far-right-leader-marine-le-pen-affirms-support-of-israel-1.353180

https://wideawakegentile.wordpress.com/2017/03/08/the-le-pen-family-jesuits-jewish-boyfriends-and-mossad-daddies/

Apparently Le Pen is ’anti-Zionist’ because she promotes Islamophobia, and to the useful idiots these days, Islamophobia = ‘anti-Zionism’. Yes, they really think this. It must be all those Red Pills they swallow.

It is possible that the one-eyed creature is actually a Red Pill. (Thank you Miecz for the graphic.)

But how do we know that Le Pen is the actual Zionist pick? Because both Trump and Putin support her? Not to mention Wilders? Well, when we examine how the media has been herding the masses, it all becomes clear.

If we recall, election season began with Fillon bursting onto the scene and copying Le Pen’s Islamophobic, traditionalist rhetoric, and consequently being heavily promoted by the media as the front-runner. With both the far-right and the centre-right spouting such talking points, such ideas were psychopolitically mainstreamed. Once this was achieved, the media swiftly demolished Fillon with Penelopegate. Now all those who would not have been Islamophobes or traditionalists from listening to Le Pen alone, but who had been converted to these ideas via the apparently more moderate Fillon, have been left with no second round candidate but Le Pen to vote for.

Next, in the final stretch before the first round, the media suddenly hyped up Melenchon. What Melenchon has in common with Le Pen are anti-EU (and pro-Russia) views. Thus with the far-left as well as the far-right being anti-EU (and pro-Russia), being anti-EU (and pro-Russia) was psychopolitically standardized as the chief anti-establishment position. But the media knew all along that Melenchon had no real chance of getting to the second round given that Macron was absorbing most of the former PS voters. So with the first round over and Melenchon eliminated, which candidate alone remains for obsessive anti-establishment voters to vote for? Hmm……..

And let’s not forget the Champs-Elysees false flag shooting to make absolutely sure Le Pen would reach the second round…..

With these basic herding tricks that we should be familiar with by now, the media have conspired all the way to maximize the number of first-round Fillon/Melenchon voters who will vote Le Pen in the second round. All the while the same media have fooled the Red-Pilled useful idiots into believing that the media are behind Macron, just by throwing out a few useless fluff pieces about the history of the Macron-Trogneux couple (including deliberately unflattering photos of Trogneux to boot).

If the remainder French electorate have learned enough from the US election to not complacently repeat the American mistake of abstaining, it should still be enough to save France from Le Pen. But have they? We will have to see. (Even now as the media portray Macron as certain to win by a huge margin, all they are really doing is lulling would-be Macron voters to complacency and thus to not bother casting their votes on May 7th based on the assumption that others’ votes will comfortably suffice, while at the same time galvanizing every would-be Le Pen voter to vote in order to try for the long-shot result, thus once again boosting Le Pen’s chances by encouraging disparate turnout.)

As for Macron, there may not be much in his centrist platform that particularly appeals to us (he is no Corbyn; that’s for sure), but I would suggest that a presidential candidate prepared to take a hit to his own popularity during election season in order to pass ethical judgement on a historical event (when silence on the topic would have been safer) is worth at least a modicum of credit:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/02/18/macron-loses-lead-remarks-colonial-algeria-gay-marriage-spark/

Emmanuel Macron, the centrist French presidential contender, struggled to get his campaign back on track on Saturday after losing his poll lead over controversial remarks on France’s colonial record and gay marriage.

… 

Mr Macron provoked outrage on the Right by describing colonial rule as a “crime against humanity” during a visit to Algeria, once the jewel in France’s imperial crown.

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61 Responses to French election 2017

  1. Anthony says:

    What did Corbyn actually say in that video that merits such praise?

  2. Numinous_Sun says:

    I got a true populist message from what Corbyn said, not that fake shit American’s who voted for Trump bought into…

  3. Numinous_Sun says:

    A commentator’s : “In that situation, White Protestant pro-Zionist Americans would win a Civil War against the Opposition (Liberals/hispanic/greens/drug gangs/ethnic minorities/Anarchists). White Trump-loving types have much more weapons and hunting culture etc and make up the majority of Armed Forces, importantly US Air Force is 99% white and would take out the ‘rebels’ quickly. USA location and demographics make it a very hard place to destroy unless Nuclear Bombs are used. The USA pentagon would love Putin to support a revolution attempt against them, because these McCain types could then use it as a justification for a full scale war against Russia. Putin knows what he is fighting against.”

    This the mind-state of a vast majority of people in the American electorate…

    Why voting for Trump was the right thing to do (7 reasons)
    http://thesaker.is/why-voting-for-trump-was-the-right-thing-to-do-7-reasons/

  4. Numinous_Sun says:

    *Maybe not ‘vast majority’, but certainly many Trump supporters…

  5. It’s mainstream now AFTER the election:
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2017/04/17/racism-motivated-trump-voters-more-than-authoritarianism-or-income-inequality

    They didn’t wants a good autocrat. They didn’t want better economic conditions.
    They just didn’t like the “other” and voted for the guy who pandered most to that.

    Le Pen’s the same.

  6. Legion says:

    It’s frustrating how so many “Anti-Zionists” on social media are now regretting their vote for Trump. They say that they were fooled, but they don’t realize Trump was always this way.
    However, can American voter vigilance really have changed anything? It was the electoral college that ultimately put Trump in office, right?

    I’m tempted to approve of Macron; he is young and I have seen his anti-imperialist rhetoric. There are suggestions that he is involved with Jews and their banks. I don’t really know.

    You guys were spot on with your predictions on the impending far right backlash, you’ve been saying it for years…

  7. Kasper says:

    https://www.facebook.com/theredpillunleashed/videos/481056348952465/

    BUSTED: Police gave firearms training to Antifa in Arizona!

  8. AS says:

    The Macron campaign has just released a video promising that Macron will recognize Palestine:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNuIiWqXae0

    Of course they hasten to add that Macron recognizes Israel also, but that would still be a step forward from France’s current Israel-only position.

    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Israel-Palestine_Diplomacy.svg

    Most importantly, by holding Macron to his explicit statement on the Algerian War, our side can later produce propaganda to expose the inconsistency in his recognition of Israel, and thus hopefully pressure France towards an anti-Israel position eventually (which would surely be enthusiastically welcomed by France’s steadily increasing Muslim demographic and hence be important to winning elections in future anyway).

    But if Le Pen wins and starts DECREASING the Muslim demographic, then our strategy is over before it begins.

    @Legion

    “However, can American voter vigilance really have changed anything? It was the electoral college that ultimately put Trump in office, right?”

    The turnout was 55%….. In particular, millions of Sanders fans deliberately stayed home…..

    @Kasper

    “Police gave firearms training to Antifa in Arizona!”

    This is why I keep telling leftists not to generalize the police as the enemy (ICE are Rehabs, not police). Anyway, this needs to spread across the US. Leftists everywhere, including the far larger number who do not classify themselves as antifas, need to sign up for firearms training wherever it is offered by competent instructors, be they police, militia, private security, athletes, whatever. At this point I don’t care about curriculum details: any serious training is better than none. And once they are trained, they themselves need to start training other leftists. Kasper (or anyone else?), would you be willing to start a blog focusing on this topic?

  9. AS says:

    I like Le Pen’s choice of mythical analogy, as it leaves us in no doubt about her blood memory:

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/797649/French-election-2017-Marine-Le-Pen-Emmanuel-Macron-president-David-Goliath-showdown

    What I fear now is that Legion may be correct about Macron being a Zionist stooge, whose job was to make it to the second round and then to deliberately throw it to Le Pen:

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/797199/Marine-Le-Pen-Donald-Trump-French-election-campaign-factory-Emmanuel-Macron

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/797100/Emmanuel-Macron-French-election-presidential-candidate-PR-disaster-factory-workers-Le-Pen

    Can mere campaign inexperience account for such an obvious and trivially avoidable blunder?

  10. Numinous_Sun says:

    Hard to find much information at this point about Macron. I guess only time will tell…

    @AS:

    Meant to ask you this in my last email to you, so I’ll just add it here. Do you have any music that you would like to hear in an ‘Aryan Diffusion’ documentary? How about clips from specific interviews and speeches? What about images that aren’t on the actual Aryan Diffusion pages? Anyone else got any ideas, speak now or forever hold your piece…

  11. Numinous_Sun says:

    Oh, and since Algiers and French Colonial rule came up, worth watching:

    The Battle of Algiers (1966) Full Movie
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNkwCVJ15PU

  12. Numinous_Sun says:

    German soldier ‘posed as Syrian asylum-seeker to carry out terror attack and blame it on refugees’ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/27/german-soldier-spent-year-posing-syrian-refugee-arrested-suspicion/

    To investigators’ astonishment, they found that the lieutenant, who was posted to a joint Franco-German unit in France, was also living some of the time as a Syrian asylum-seeker at a refugee shelter in Germany.

  13. Numinous_Sun says:

    I few things to take into consideration in regards to Emmanuel Macron they I just found on his Wikipedia page:

    “Macron worked as an Inspector of Finances in the French Ministry of Economy between 2004 and 2008. In 2007, he served as deputy rapporteur for the Commission to improve French economic growth headed by Jacques Attali. Macron paid €50,000 to buy himself out of his government contract in 2008, and left to work as an investment banker at a highly-paid position at Rothschild & Cie Banque.

    “In January 2017 he said France needed a more “balanced” policy toward Syria, including talks with Bashar Assad. In April 2017, following the chemical attack in Khan Shaykhun, Macron proposed possible military intervention against Assad regime, preferably under United Nations auspices.

    He supports the continuation of President Hollande’s policies on Israel, also opposes the BDS movement, and has refused to state a position on recognition of the State of Palestine.”

    “He also condemned “religious schools that teach hatred towards the Republic, with instruction mainly in Arabic or, in other instances, which teach the Torah more than basic fundamentals.” This statement triggered an intense negative reaction from the Fonds social juif unifié (FSJU), an organization that runs Jewish religious schools in France.

    None of that really says much I would argue. Rothschild’s name coming up raises an eyebrow obviously though, and especially since he went to go work for them in 2008. Other than that, only time will tell, I suppose?

  14. AS says:

    Algeria supports Macron:

    http://www.valeursactuelles.com/politique/emmanuel-macron-est-un-ami-de-lalgerie-82062

    Algeria does not recognize Israel (see map posted above), so this is by far the best Macron endorsement to date.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algeria%E2%80%93Israel_relations

    Remember, if not for Otto Remer supporting the FLN, Algeria might not even exist. And of course Le Pen’s father fought to keep Algeria a French colony. Thus a Macron victory would be poetic justice.

    @NS

    “Do you have any music that you would like to hear in an ‘Aryan Diffusion’ documentary? How about clips from specific interviews and speeches? What about images that aren’t on the actual Aryan Diffusion pages?”

    Ideally we would have music reflecting all the different blood memories in each region, but this might be hard to compile without help from experts in the music of every regional culture that we cover. As for interviews/speeches, any material corroborating our theory would be good. As for images, if you can find skull pictures missing from Parts 3, 4 and 7, that would be great. I would want to add those to the relevant pages also.

    “German soldier ‘posed as Syrian asylum-seeker to carry out terror attack and blame it on refugees’”

    What have I been saying since 2015?

    “refused to state a position on recognition of the State of Palestine.”

    Outdated. The most recent position on the subject is here:

    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/french-election-2017/comment-page-1/#comment-175035

    “Rothschild’s name coming up raises an eyebrow obviously though”

    Yes, which is why I cannot exclude the possibility that he is under orders to deliberately try to lose the second round, as I began considering in my previous comment. This would be the simplest explanation for his otherwise baffling sub-par campaigning efforts since the second round began. Which is the precise reason why we should hope he wins anyway. Then he could say to Rothschild: “Hey, you saw me try to throw voters towards Le Pen with the Whirlpool incident! It’s not my fault that I still won!”

  15. LuciferOverZion says:

    For Aryan Diffusion 6 I suggest some classical Greek music with lyre and sirens chanting, to remind us of the Aeneid and Odyssey…

  16. Numinous_Sun says:

    @LOZ:

    “For Aryan Diffusion 6 I suggest some classical Greek music with lyre and sirens chanting, to remind us of the Aeneid and Odyssey…”.

    Thanks, good point, I’ll see what I can find.

    @AS:

    “Ideally we would have music reflecting all the different blood memories in each region, but this might be hard to compile without help from experts in the music of every regional culture that we cover. As for interviews/speeches, any material corroborating our theory would be good. As for images, if you can find skull pictures missing from Parts 3, 4 and 7, that would be great. I would want to add those to the relevant pages also.”

    Noted. I do have some interviews with the author of Back to the Garden: Nature and the Mediterranean World from Prehistory to the Present, James Harvey McGregor that I will try and work into the film. I was also contemplating paying someone to do the narration, ideally children, but we all know how that conversation with their parents will most likely go. I’ll see what I can do. I will look for those images, perhaps next time I’m giving a ride to an anthropologist I’ll see if I can get some help in that department. Perhaps they’re in an archive in UC Berkeley some where…

    “What have I been saying since 2015?”

    Precisely that, and you’re one of the only people, if not the only person, who has been saying it too!

    “Yes, which is why I cannot exclude the possibility that he is under orders to deliberately try to lose the second round, as I began considering in my previous comment. This would be the simplest explanation for his otherwise baffling sub-par campaigning efforts since the second round began. Which is the precise reason why we should hope he wins anyway. Then he could say to Rothschild: “Hey, you saw me try to throw voters towards Le Pen with the Whirlpool incident! It’s not my fault that I still won!”

    True, but that could easily turn into, “remember that time you were sniffing cocaine off of that hooker’s breasts, and you thought no one knew the better?”…

  17. AS says:

    I told you this would happen:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3PAOzdpMG0

    (In the US, at least Sanders recommended his supporters to vote for Clinton, and even then plenty did not. Melenchon isn’t even doing that much….. Meanwhile, Dupont-Aignan has told his supporters to vote for Le Pen.)

    Note how nonchalantly Le Pen handles the (still alive) fish and octopus. This is why I keep trying to teach False Leftists that racism has absolutely nothing to do with hate. Does Le Pen hate the fish/octopus? Of course not, and to assert that she does is ludicrous. She simply SEES NO PROBLEM WITH cruelty towards them, for the reason that they are not part of her in-group. It is such a non-issue to her that she doesn’t even mind herself being filmed toying with them while they are suffocating and terrified – this captures perfectly what we mean when we speak of barbarism. How do False Leftists think they can combat racism when they do not even understand the psychology of racism?

    Hate is what WE feel when we watch Le Pen handling the fish and the octopus. Hate is what makes us superior. Hate is what is needed to defeat evil. If you do not hate Le Pen, do not send in a contact form.

    Bonus trivia:

    http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/y7300e/y7300e26.gif

  18. NuminousSun says:

    In my experience some people truly believe that if they talk a good game about “love will save the world”, they can continue to sit on their asses in the comfort of their homes and not actually do anything as the world burns, as long as they feel good about themselves. Pretty selfish individuals really, and just as bad as pacifists!

    True love takes action, and hate can be the most powerful weapon in the hands of the righteous!

    Justice is love!

  19. AS says:

    And we have the smoking gun:

    https://us.yahoo.com/news/macron-team-blasts-massive-hacking-attack-eve-vote-225836826.html

    Oh, plus just one more setup to stick the Le Pen narrative firmly in voters’ heads right before they go to the ballots:

    https://www.rt.com/news/387240-france-air-base-radicalized-arrest/

    During the search of the suspect’s car, security forces found a rifle cartridge and a copy of the Koran.
    Later, a recorded allegiance pledge to Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL) and several of the terrorist group’s flags were found in the suspect’s car

    If you were a real ISIL member, would you leave stuff like this in your car? Then again, the useful idiots had no problem believing the story about how the Champs-Elysees scapegoat’s ISIL links “fell out of his pocket after he was shot”, so…..

  20. NuminousSun says:

    It is interesting to note that they always find all the evidence they need in a suspects vehicle. You would think they would change the plot every once in a while, just to keep things fresh. Also, don’t they realize that ultimately they are just desensitizing people to terrorism?

    I’m looking forward to the day we drag all these clowns out of their homes and offices into the street…

    I hope that some day soon things such as the following will end with bullets, not a

    German Town Says Pulled ‘Mossad Agents’ Out of the Mud, Sends Israel the Bill
    Northern town demands 1,263 euros for helping suspicious armed ‘agents’ whose car entered a prohibited area and got stuck in the mud. http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.707425

  21. NuminousSun says:

    *not a bill.

  22. Legion says:

    @AS
    “What I fear now is that Legion may be correct about Macron being a Zionist stooge, whose job was to make it to the second round and then to deliberately throw it to Le Pen”
    That’s exactly what I felt about Clinton this past election, she was put up purposely so Trump would win.

  23. NuminousSun says:

    An important documentary we should not forget. Right-wingers have used false flag terrorism against leftists in Europe before:

    Operation Gladio – Full 1992 documentary BBC
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GGHXjO8wHsA

  24. Numinous_Sun says:

    Looks like Macron took the presidency. A good start for him would be to get rid of the French motto: “Liberty, Equality and Fraternity!”. Not only is it sexiest, it’s also completely ridiculous…

  25. Gallery Guy says:

    @NS

    How is it sexist?

  26. Steven says:

    @NS Probably thinking cos Fraternity means brotherhood?

  27. Gallery Guy says:

    @Steven

    I always assumed that ‘fraternity’ wasn’t a sexist word. But I see now what NS means.

  28. NuminousSun says:

    Not necessarily sexiest, perhaps an overstatement. However, a ‘sisterhood’ is usually called a ‘sorority’, so there is a difference.

  29. LuciferOverZion says:

    In Romance languages the masculine gender can also be used as neuter.
    I hate when PC slaves state the plurals twice when they talk to a crowd as in “dear employees(m) and employees(f)”…

  30. Numinous_Sun says:

    This is what the point I was driving at:

    “…but this doesn’t really address the question of why women can’t join a Masonic Lodge. The short answer is, it’s tradition and tradition is very important in Freemasonry. That’s how our ancient Brethren did it; that’s how it’s always been done; and, that’s how it is. But, that still doesn’t really answer the question of why, does it?” http://www.masonsmart.com/women-allowed-in-freemasonry.html

    France is a Masonic state; that is one reason why the motto, “Liberty, Equality and Fraternity!”, is ridiculous.

    I also made a point of that motto because when Trump congratulated Macron on his election win he used the French (Masonic) motto in his statement…

  31. Numinous_Sun says:

    *This is the point

  32. Numinous_Sun says:

    Considering the above statement on the http://www.masonsmart.com website, I think it’s fair to say that in Freemasonry the word ‘fraternity’ is meant to define ‘brotherhood’.

  33. Gallery Guy says:

    @NS

    Brotherhoods and sisterhoods need to be banned. It’s rather tribalistic for any society to divide people up into genders, which is usually established through capriciousness and even with ethnocentric thought.

  34. Gallery Guy says:

    @NS

    Also, I don’t know how this site overall feels about discrimination against “white-skin” people, which I think does exist in the West to a large extent (albeit different from discrimination that “non-whites” face, which is often even worse than what “white-skin” people face). I do not, however, believe in applying such discrimination against “non-white” people (especially those of dark complexions) and constantly talk about “white genocide”. All it does is divide people. We should be nobly uniting together with disestablishing unjust discrimination, which includes honor and empathy over power and survival.

  35. Gallery Guy says:

    Also, I just read the main site’s post about “immigration”. I mostly agree with it. I’d say one complaint I have with it is the part that Hitler only had problems with immigrants who were Jewish or gypsies. I’d say he also had a problem with many Western European people who were exploiting Germany during the Weimar era. Germany during that time was a de facto colony under France after all, as the main site has said.

  36. John Johnson says:

    “German soldier ‘posed as Syrian asylum-seeker to carry out terror attack and blame it on refugees’”

    Germany has elections in September, and look what happens…

    Hopefully this will finally help people realize the pattern that has been occurring in France and elsewhere?

    —–

    “I’d say he also had a problem with many Western European people who were exploiting Germany during the Weimar era. Germany during that time was a de facto colony under France after all, as the main site has said.”

    Yes, but he would not have had a problem with non-elite French people who genuinely desired to integrate into Germany, would he?

    French is merely a nationality where some French individuals are ignoble and others are not. It is not a tribalist group like Jews and Gypsies, who only exist because they consciously refused to integrate into their host nations over the timespan of hundreds or thousands of years, because their tribal identity was too precious for them to give up (therefore making them ignoble by default).

  37. Gallery Guy says:

    @JJ

    Well, not trying to group all French people; my apologies if it came out that way. I just think Hitler hated any person who exploited Germany, regardless if they are immigrants or not. With that said tho, he also painted a picture of Mary while possibly saying that she was probably a Jew in “Table Talks”, which I found interesting.

  38. Legion says:

    @Gallery Guy
    “Brotherhoods and sisterhoods need to be banned. It’s rather tribalistic for any society to divide people up into genders…”
    Perhaps there is a practical measure to dividing boys and girls, as Hitler did when he established the League of German Girls. Don’t boys and girls require different types of attention in their respective development?
    Taken from Wikipedia: Trude Mohr was appointed the first Reichsreferentin in June 1934. Her main initiative was to nourish a new way of living for the German youth, stating:
    “Our volk need a generation of girls which is healthy in body and mind, sure and decisive, proudly and confidently going forward, one which assumes its place in everyday life with poise and discernment, one free of sentimental and rapturous emotions, and which, for precisely this reason, in sharply defined feminity, would be the comrade of a man, because she does not regard him as some sort of idol but rather as a companion! Such girls will then, by necessity, carry the values of National Socialism into the next generation as the mental bulwark of our people.”
    Also, there is this segment from Hitler: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoPyi7yGjSo

  39. Gallery Guy says:

    @Legion

    Fair enough. But I wouldn’t call what Hitler established a brotherhood and a sisterhood though. Femininity and masculinity can come with decent elements but at a cost of nobility; and we shouldn’t be celebrating any flaws that come with them, much like many sororities and fraternities do on college campuses. We should be utilizing those decent elements aforementioned through noble unity, which is what Hitler called for.

  40. “French is merely a nationality where some French individuals are ignoble and others are not. It is not a tribalist group like Jews and Gypsies, who only exist because they consciously refused to integrate into their host nations over the timespan of hundreds or thousands of years, because their tribal identity was too precious for them to give up (therefore making them ignoble by default).”

    Very true. The newest post on SoE includes a link to a video of a Jew, Alan Dershowitz, in his own words pushing Jewish tribal identity. If you watch it and feel like puking, you have strong anti-tribalist sentiment in you. The link is below the image in the text.

  41. Ganbaru says:

    @JJ

    “French is merely a nationality where some French individuals are ignoble and others are not. It is not a tribalist group like Jews and Gypsies, who only exist because they consciously refused to integrate into their host nations over the timespan of hundreds or thousands of years, because their tribal identity was too precious for them to give up (therefore making them ignoble by default).”

    Would a National Socialist state prevent (even non-tribal) Gypsies or people with Gypsy DNA (if that makes sense) from reproducing as it would with Jews (or people with Jewish heritage)? I was wondering if we consider them ill by default like we do with Jews.

  42. Steven says:

    @Miercz – Whereabouts is the link to the video you’re talking about? I couldn’t find that on the articles on your site…

  43. @ Steven – https://swordofelysium.wordpress.com/2017/05/16/humor-nazis-14/
    Right below the long picture in the big text.

  44. Steven says:

    @Miecz – Thanks for that….

  45. John Johnson says:

    “(even non-tribal) Gypsies”

    That is an oxymoron. Gypsies (and Jews) are tribalists by definition, as they were the ones who laid down the in-group/out-group distinction and have strictly adhered to it for centuries. Like Jews, Gypsies have had abundant opportunities to mix with and integrate into their host nations (and some individuals of Jewish and Gypsy heritage likely chose to do so, but because of this their descendants do not identify as Jews or Gypsies, and are unlikely to even know they may have such ancestry in the first place (this is not to be confused with “crypto-Jewry/Gypsism”, where Jews or Gypsies (who may be ethnically-mixed) publicly pretend not to care about their tribal identity, but inwardly care very much)); however, the majority of them have refused to give up their tribal identity.

    Basically, both Gypsies and Jews have had centuries of very strong ‘purifying selection’ for traits favorable for maintaining Gypsy/Jewish tribal identity, because any individuals who chose to integrate into their host nations (i.e. individuals who had weak or no tribalist tendencies) would no longer contribute to the Gypsy/Jewish gene pool.

    If an individual with Gypsy or Jewish heritage does not pass on their heritage (via not reproducing) and makes sincere efforts to integrate into their nation, then they cease to be Gypsies or Jews. (Indeed, such individuals will post-humously be remembered as Aryans).

    “Would a National Socialist state prevent Gypsies or people with Gypsy DNA (if that makes sense) from reproducing as it would with Jews (or people with Jewish heritage)?”

    Yes, as well as anyone who is a member or related to members of Gentile tribalist organizations (e.g. KKK, Golden Dawn).

  46. Ganbaru says:

    “That is an oxymoron.”

    I agree. What I meant with non-tribal Gypsies was more like people with Gypsy heritage, like when we refer to people like Bobby Fischer as having Jewish heritage but not being Jews. I was wondering if non-tribalists with Gypsy heritage shouldn’t reproduce because of their DNA alone like Aryans of Jewish heritage do, but now it is clear. Thank you for the answer.

  47. Kasper says:

    I have a question

    is the alliance between gandhi and hitler fake ?

  48. @ Kasper

    is the alliance between gandhi and hitler fake ?

    I don’t think there was an “alliance” however it is very plausible that Hitler communicated with Gandhi on cordial terms, as both had heavy criticisms of the British Empire. The thing is most people find any interpretation of Hitler, other than pure evil, to be strange and unrealistic due to the massive propaganda against him.

    AJP Taylor wrote this footnote in his “Origins of the Second World War” in clarification about Hitler’s “Zweites Buch:” “…or, as it is called in the English edition, his secret book, which he wrote in 1928 and which remained unpublished until recently. Of course there is nothing secret about it. It is a rehash of the speeches which he was making at the time; and it was unpublished merely because it was not worth publishing. The “secret” is typical of the romantic fancies with which everything to do with Hitler is treated.”

    “Romantic fancies” or “nightmare fancies” or this or that… the problem with Hitler to day is that so few people have studied him objectively. Neo-Nazis praise him as some white savior god, mainstreamers revile him as a devil, and he’s also frequently the butt of jokes. So, it’s no surprise that hardly anyone knows anything worthwhile about the man.

  49. Kasper says:

    Miecz Elizejski:
    Thanks

    Another Question
    Hamas throw up Salute
    SSNP
    Both pretend to be connected too hitler

    But hamas support rebels in syria ? (Communist star on the syrian flag)
    Putin Meet With Benjamin Netanyahu they both agree on the military operation in Syria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3pHdeH4ikg

    Assad Are Allied With Putin ?

    There are Documents that Reveal Mahmoud Abbas was KGB spy in 1980′s He meet with
    Trump(claim that he put america first while he dont even care about the america or the american people, only if it connected too israel “israel/saudi first “) married too Melinia Trump (Melinas father Viktor Knavs was a registered Communist)

    They had a Historic agreement

    They Both Agreed too Serve israel

    I dont think Mahmoud Abbas cared about a palestinian STATE at all ?
    What happened too the Frees Arabien army ?
    And the alliance across the mid east ?
    Almost every were i try too take part in the struggle against israel There are always bunch of commies and marxists trying too shut me down and tell me that “nazism” has no place in the struggle ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3pHdeH4ikg

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