America’s Founding Principle: Refugees Welcome

The narrative of the New World since the arrival of Christopher Columbus (Jew) has primarily been one of ethnic cleansing, slavery, and racism on an unprecedented scale; however, one peculiar meeting between New Worlders and Old Worlders stands out in stark contrast.

The story of the First Thanksgiving is arguably the most important founding myth of America. As one of the first pieces of history and culture that most American children are taught, the holiday and the story behind it holds a fond place in the hearts of Americans as they grow older. Many may be surprised to discover the story they learned in school was not merely another feel-good lie told to children, but that the historic encounter held all of the necessary elements to make it into the perfect myth.

It is often said that America is a nation of immigrants. While this isn’t wrong, the wording of this statement overlooks a much more humbling truth about the origin of America—the Pilgrims were refugees escaping from a Western Civilization which would not accept them, and Squanto was murdered for welcoming them with open arms.

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During the late 1500s and early 1600s, a number of religious groups which rejected the corruption of the Church of England found themselves under severe persecution. Prominent “heretic” leaders were executed, while minor ones (and even simple church-goers) faced stiff fines and constant surveillance by state authorities. Rejected by their society, one group decided to seek refuge elsewhere. In 1607, this congregation attempted to illegally flee to the Netherlands. Unfortunately, they were betrayed by the captain of their ship, who turned them over to English authorities! After serving a brief prison sentence, they tried again the next year, now determined to leave at any cost.

This time, they were successful and found safety in the Netherlands. As most of these refugees were unable to speak the language and had spent all their money in order to travel, they were relegated to the poorest neighborhoods and took any job they were able to find. As the years went by, some individuals who came from wealthy backgrounds or were talented at their new jobs were able to live in relative comfort. Thankfully, those who were less fortunate were able to count on their community for support. (Although, not everything was perfect—for example, the Dutch government did not recognize marriages conducted by their church, so these refugees could only engage in ‘civil partnerships’).

However, despite finding new homes for their families and no longer having to worry about being executed for their faith, many were not satisfied with life in the Netherlands. Their immediate safety and material necessities were secured, but in the long term it was not a welcoming place for foreigners (for example, they faced limited career advancement, exclusion from many guilds, suspicion from natives due to their differing religion, etc.). Moreover, Dutch culture shared many of the ignoble elements of Western Civilization which the Pilgrims had attempted to leave behind in England!

Forced to make a decision wrought with uncertainty and terror (no different than the one which present-day refugees face), the Pilgrims decided to undertake a harrowing journey across a formidable body of water to set up life in a new land–the New World.

102 individuals crammed into an old and overcrowded ship named the Mayflower. (Originally, there was a second ship called the Speedwell, but it developed a leak before the voyage began—William Bradford would later accuse the Speedwell’s captain of ordering his men to sabotage the ship so that they wouldn’t have to make the grueling trip across the Atlantic.)  Half of the passengers aboard the Mayflower were members of the religious congregation which had originally fled England, and half were sympathetic tradesmen who possessed the necessary skills to start a new city (some of whom shared similar religious beliefs to the congregation, and some of whom did not). These 102 individuals would later become known to Americans as the Pilgrims.

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In 1620, the Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower and traveled to America to found a society based on idealistic religious principles. Although their religious beliefs were far from perfect, their hope that the New World could become home to a genuinely new society which was morally superior to anything in the Old World was in contrast to the colonies founded in Virginia and the Caribbean—which were profit-seeking endeavors meant to benefit the colonial powers. (This idealism has been present in American culture ever since, but the Founding Fathers missed a crucial opportunity in 1776 to create a true New World civilization, preferring instead to cling to their ties with Western Civilization and the Old World.)

The first winter was harsh for the Pilgrims, with half dying from disease and starvation. When spring arrived, they were weak and worried that hostile natives may attack at any time. One may imagine their great surprise when they were greeted by friendly, English-speaking locals named Samoset and Squanto! Squanto introduced the Pilgrims to New World farming techniques and crops, including the ‘three sisters’ (corn, beans, and squash) which are commonly grown to this day. He also served as a diplomat who fostered positive relations between the Pilgrims and the nearby Wampanoag Confederacy.

Squanto, friend of the Pilgrims.

With Squanto serving as translator, King Massasoit of the Wampanoag Confederacy signed a treaty of friendship with the Pilgrims. Sadly, only a few weeks after this treaty was signed the Pilgrims’ leader, John Carver, died from sickness. William Bradford quickly emerged as their new leader. Bradford was only 18-years-old when he fled from England to the Netherlands. Now—13 years later—he and the other Pilgrims had finally found permanent homes and could begin a new life in America.

William Bradford.

Before encountering the Pilgrims, Squanto had interacted with English people many times before. In his youth, Squanto was kidnapped and taken to England as a slave. Over the next 14 years he crossed the Atlantic at least 6 times, serving as an interpreter and guide for English explorers. At one point, he was released by an explorer only to be captured and re-enslaved by one of the explorer’s officers!

When he finally managed to return to his home in the region which is now known as New England, Squanto found that the area had been wiped out by a plague the previous year. The Pilgrims and the Mayflower would arrive only one year later…

Considering the cruelties which Squanto had lived through, he could have easily convinced Massasoit of the alleged threat these foreigners posed, and then told him to send a group of warriors to wipe out the English newcomers in an act of revenge. However, he chose to treat these strangers in need with impartial kindness.

King Massasoit and Squanto: “Refugees Welcome.”

After a successful harvest in the fall, a celebration took place where the 50 Pilgrims and 90 Wampanoags feasted together. This celebration is known as the First Thanksgiving.

Tragically, Squanto died the next year. Some historians believe he was poisoned by a treacherous faction of Wampanoag leaders because they thought Squanto was too trusting and friendly towards the newcomers. Regardless, Squanto’s friendship and diplomacy was able to keep peaceful relations between the Wampanoags and New Englanders for 50 years before competition for scarce resources from an ever-increasing number of Western colonists (who rejected the idealistic vision of America forged by Bradford, Massasoit, Squanto, and others) led to war.

Squanto is a unique figure in American history. He stands out because his role in the First Thanksgiving is one of the few well-known stories where a Native American is the central hero—not a sidekick or misguided antagonist. In this case, he was the teacher, the civilizer. He introduced new crops and farming techniques to the Pilgrims when they had little knowledge on how to farm in their new environment, and likely would have starved without his help.

More importantly, he is a real American hero—Squanto is regarded, alongside the Pilgrims, as being one of the first Americans. The story of the First Thanksgiving shows us what it truly means to be an American: it is not something that is tied to ethnicity or skin color, and it will forever be a thorn in the side of US-based White Nationalists who regard the United States as a bastion of “whiteness” and Western Civilization.

Unfortunately the sun has set on the new dawn that Squanto tried to usher in, and the United States has forged a legacy of racism and inter-ethnic discord. Due to this legacy, not everyone views Thanksgiving in a positive light. Some Native American groups have used Thanksgiving as a day to protest against the massacres and plunder which took place in the New World, calling their protests things like ‘Unthanksgiving Day’ and ‘National Day of Mourning’. While these feelings are not unjustified, choosing to protest Thanksgiving is a poor choice.

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“Why do I call the Indians fools? Because they should have let the Pilgrims starve… The Indians were thanked: their land was stolen from them, they were massacred, and many lived out their lives in slavery. The consequence is that less than one percent of Americans have Native American blood, contrasted to 90 percent of Mexican Americans with indigenous blood.” Rodolfo Acuña, professional empathy destroyer. One of many pessimistic historians attempting to dupe leftists into deepening inter-ethnic discord instead of repairing it.

While the constant calls from rightists to build walls to keep immigrants out (modeled after Israel’s apartheid wall), to deport Dreamers who have spent the majority of their lives living as Americans (many of whom are not even aware that they were never given documents as infants), to open fire on boats transporting refugees, and even actual instances of arson on refugee centers, are utterly repulsive to anyone with an ounce of morality in their heart, it is not only the right-wing which has been attempting to erode the value of empathy.

In the tidal wave of cynicism that has been sweeping over much of the left, many have been pushed too far and have begun to look with suspicion towards even those critical values which serve as a beacon of light and bring hope to the world. In times as despairing as these, we must more than ever hold tightly those values and principles which restore hope and resolutely reject those temptations which urge us to bitterly turn a cold shoulder to others in need and increase the amount of despair in society (while perhaps selfishly alleviating the despair for us personally, or for our arbitrarily-defined in-group at the expense of the out-group).

The American Spirit is about helping those in need. To group the Pilgrims (who were innocent refugees) together with the (admittedly countless) bearers of Western Civilization who did steal, murder, enslave, and plunder just because they were of similar ethnic background is literally no different from when Trump repulsively says that immigrants from Mexico are rapists and criminals or when Islamophobes say all refugees from so-called “Muslim countries” are terrorists. (Moreover, treating all Native Americans as if they were some unified entity in mutual agreement, simply due to their ethnic similarity, is highly disingenuous…)

For over a century, it has been leftists who have inspiringly advocated for the cosmopolitan “nation of immigrants” narrative of American history—much to the disdain of rightists who wanted to keep the US a “white” and Anglo-centric outpost of Western Civilization. Sadly, some people who outwardly claim to be left-leaning have become increasingly intoxicated by identitarianism and compartmentalization in reaction to the upswing in rightist identitarianism and bigotry. This dangerous tendency promises to undo all of the inter-ethnic good-will that has been gained in America in recent decades, and indeed, since 1620. This is not acceptable. In order to defeat rightists, leftists cannot adopt a mirror image of rightist rhetoric which divides society across arbitrary ethnic lines (which individuals never chose to be born into in the first place). To defeat tribalists who seek to divide us, the left must unite society by extending empathy across the arbitrary lines of ethnicity, class, and all others which too often prevent one individual from fully empathizing with another. Specifically, we must achieve UNITY THROUGH NOBILITY.

Squanto (who had been kidnapped and enslaved by the English multiple times) and other Wampanoags who personally met the Pilgrims were able to discern that these individuals were innocents sincerely in need of a helping hand, and not Westerners bent on colonial plunder. Seeing the destruction which ethnocentrism and utter lack of empathy has wreaked on the New World, our response should not be to fight ethnocentrism and stereotypes with more ethnocentrism (as Rodolfo Acuña urges us to do), but instead overcome ethnocentrism by judging each individual and their character, quality, and intentions as an individual on a case-by-case basis!

Encouragingly, present-day descendants of the Wampanoags are well aware of the true value of Thanksgiving and the compassion of their ancestors. In May 2017, King Massasoit and a dozen other Wampanoags were reburied in Rhode Islandtheir remains had previously been plundered collected by grave robbers Western “archaeologists” and scattered in various museums and private collections since the 1800s. Instead of following Acuña’s advice to cynically dwell on the past, those with Wampanoag heritage today have decided to focus on the light which Massasoit brought to the world, and look towards a healed future.

“Ousamequin [King Massasoit] is a significant figure in our shared history. He stands at the crossroad between the indigenous people of this land and the origins of what would eventually become the United States of America. In the 17th century, when the Wampanoag first encountered the early settlers, Ousamequin had a vision of how we could all live together. There was 50 years of peace between the English and Wampanoag until he died in 1665.

This ancestor is so much about peace — way beyond what we’ve been able to pull off as a country and maybe as individuals. We as a human race haven’t even gotten up to speed to where Ousameequin was.” Ramona Peters, Wampanoag leader who coordinated the repatriation effort.

Instead of further crushing the embers of hope through cynicism and divisiveness, Massasoit’s reburial has instead offered an opportunity for a renewed conversation about the true spirit behind the First Thanksgiving and its significance as one of the earliest examples of E PLURIBUS UNUM in American history.

Americans overcoming ethnic tensions.

To give a final example of why rejecting Thanksgiving as a Western atrocity is not only factually incorrect, but frankly dangerous (by erasing the fact that Thanksgiving is about the American values of unity and impartial kindness), let us read the treaty of friendship between the Wampanoags and the Pilgrims, as recounted by Edward Winslow and William Bradford:

1. That neither he nor any of his should injure or do hurt to any of our people.

2. And if any of his did hurt to any of ours, he should send the offender, that we might punish him.

3. That if any of our tools were taken away when our people are at work, he should cause them to be restored, and if ours did any harm to any of his, we would do the likewise to them.

4. If any did unjustly war against him, we would aid him; if any did war against us, he should aid us.

5. He should send to his neighbor confederates, to certify them of this, that they might not wrong us, but might be likewise comprised in the conditions of peace.

6. That when their men came to us, they should leave their bows and arrows behind them, as we should do our pieces when we came to them.

Lastly, that doing thus, King James would esteem of him [King Massasoit] as his friend and ally.

The treaty paid lip service to King James of England, but it was his ignobility which had caused the Pilgrims to flee England in the first place!!! English settlers loyal to him would have respected the Pilgrims’ vision of society little more than they respected the Wampanoags; and in turn, the Pilgrims likely had little respect for these ignoble Englishmen who eventually turned their Wampanoag friends into enemies.

It is an unfortunate truth that the goodwill established between the Wampanoags and Pilgrims was quickly overshadowed by subsequent settlers from England who were intent on bringing Western Civilization along with them (and in the process exploiting the land and killing or enslaving those who stood in their way). We cannot change the past, but we can work together to ensure that in the future the same mistakes and evils will never again be unleashed on this soil. It is our duty as Americans to judge individuals as individuals and extend compassion to all who are in need of it. Anyone who advocates deepening animosities between ethnic groups, or decreasing the amount of compassion and empathy in society through any other manner, is not only unqualified to call themselves a leftist, but incapable of being an American.

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While the United States government did not come into existence until 1776, American culture started much earlier than that. America began during the First Thanksgiving. This understanding of history presents us with an all too often overlooked conclusion: America is not merely a nation of immigrants, but, more precisely, a nation of refugees. American True Leftists are proud of this heritage and we consider it our duty to help those looking for a friendly face to turn to—just as Squanto and King Massasoit were willing to do.

It is essential to recognize the significance of Thanksgiving—not only is it not about ethnic cleansing or conquest (like Columbus Day and similar celebrations), but it is about sincere inter-ethnic unity and impartial kindness (something which is relatively lacking in American history!). Thanksgiving romantically represents the Atlantean civilization that could have been: a New World built not upon murder, plunder, and deceit, but on friendship, unity, and higher ideals. Of all the evils that the post-Columbian era has unleashed, Thanksgiving is one thing that Americans should certainly be thankful for.

The true meaning behind Thanksgiving.

This has been a very traumatic year. Despite this, we must not lose sight of the small things which can give us hope. This Thanksgiving, we should be thankful that Americans (from Squanto to many of us living today) have been able to open our hearts to refugees and others in need. We should be thankful that so long as individuals willing to offer impartial kindness to strangers walk this Earth, you will never be alone.

“I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” –Jesus

But prayers and reflections are not enough. In order to usher in the new dawn envisioned by Massasoit, Squanto, and the Pilgrims, we must act. It is the minimum duty of every American to, without hesitation, correct False Leftists when they outrageously claim Thanksgiving is a celebration of Western plunder and treachery; and to lambast rightists for their bigotry when they make the anti-American assertion that America is a “white” nation (while ignoring the fact that every schoolchild knows Squanto is one of the first Americans), and when they advocate to halt all immigration, arbitrarily deport anyone without proper documents, and gleefully shout that refugees should starve (while gorging themselves on their turkey dinners). All despite the fact that the Pilgrims had no immigration documents and would have starved if it were not for the compassion of strangers who could have easily let them die.

We must not merely lend our thoughts to the less fortunate amongst our communities, but also our voices and our hands. This is the principle America was founded on; this is the principle Squanto died for.

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26 Responses to America’s Founding Principle: Refugees Welcome

  1. John Johnson says:

    While the US government failed to completely reject Western ideas, the principle of the First Thanksgiving is one thing which was explicitly incorporated into our nation from the very beginning.

    “I had always hoped that this land might become a safe and agreeable Asylum to the virtuous and persecuted part of mankind, to whatever nation they might belong” -George Washington, Letter to Reverend Francis Adrian Vanderkemp (May 28, 1788).

    “I, George Washington, President of the United States, do recommend to all religious societies and denominations, and to all persons whomsoever within the United States to set apart and observe Thursday, the 19th day of February next, as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer, and on that day to meet together and render their sincere and hearty thanks to the Great Ruler of Nations for the manifold and signal mercies which distinguish our lot as a nation…; to teach us rightly to estimate their immense value; to preserve us from the arrogance of prosperity, and from hazarding the advantages we enjoy by delusive pursuits;…to render this country more and more a safe and propitious asylum for the unfortunate of other countries; to extend among us true and useful knowledge; to diffuse and establish habits of sobriety, order, morality, and piety, and finally, to impart all the blessings we possess, or ask for ourselves, to the whole family of mankind.” -Proclamation of January 1, 1795

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    I will take this opportunity to repost some quotes relevant to this article:

    “But this letter being unofficial, and private, I may with safety give you a more extensive view of our policy respecting the Indians, that you may better comprehend the parts dealt out to you in detail through the official channel, and observing the system of which they make a part, conduct yourself in unison with it in cases where you are obliged to act without instruction. The system is to live in perpetual peace with the Indians, to cultivate an affectionate attachment from them, by every thing just & liberal which we can offer them within the bounds of reason, and by giving them effectual protection against wrongs from our own people.

    I have given you this view of the system which we suppose will best promote the interests of the Indians and of ourselves, and finally consolidate our whole country into one nation only, that you may be enabled the better to adapt your means to the object.” -Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Henry Harrison, February 27, 1803.

    “Let me intreat you therefore on the lands now given you, to begin to give every man a farm, let him inclose it, cultivate it, build a warm house on it, and when he dies let it belong to his wife and children after him. Nothing is so easy as to learn to cultivate the earth. All your women understand it, and to make it easier we are always ready to teach you how to make ploughs, hoes and other necessary utensils. …[Y]our children will never be tempted to sell the spot on which they have been born, raised, have laboured and called their own. …You will unite yourselves with us, join in our great Councils and form one people with us and we shall all be Americans, you will mix with us by marriage, your blood will run in our veins, and will spread with us over this great Island.” -Thomas Jefferson to Hendrick Aupaumut, December 21, 1808.

    “You know, my friend, the benevolent plan we were pursuing here for the happiness of the aboriginal inhabitants in our vicinities. We spared nothing to keep them at peace with one another. To teach them agriculture and the rudiments of the most necessary arts, and to encourage industry by establishing among them separate property. In this way they would have been enabled to subsist and multiply on a moderate scale of landed possession. They would have mixed their blood with ours, and been amalgamated and identified with us within no distant period of time. On the commencement of our present war, we pressed on them the observance of peace and neutrality, but the interested and unprincipled policy of England has defeated all our labors for the salvation of these unfortunate people. …The confirmed brutalization, if not the extermination of this race in our America, is therefore to form an additional chapter in the English history of the same colored man in Asia, and of the brethren of their own color in Ireland, and wherever else Anglo-mercantile cupidity can find a two-penny interest in deluging the earth with human blood. But let us turn from the loathsome contemplation of the degrading effects of commercial avarice.” -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Alexander von Humboldt, December 6, 1813.
    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/robocop-3-review/comment-page-1/#comment-175302

    “These Indians were the remains of a tribe of the Six Nations, settled at Conestogoe, and thence called Conestogoe Indians. On the first arrival of the English in Pennsylvania, messengers from this tribe came to welcome them… This treaty has been since frequently renewed, and the chain brightened, as they express it, from time to time. It has never been violated, on their part or ours, till now.

    On Wednesday, the 14th of December, 1763, Fifty-seven men, from some of our frontier townships, who had projected the destruction of this little Commonwealth [Conestoga], came, all well-mounted, and armed with firelocks, hangers and hatchets, having traveled through the country in the night, to Conestogoe Manor. There they surrounded the small village of Indian huts, and just at break of day broke into them all at once. …These poor defenceless creatures were immediately fired upon, stabbed and hatcheted to death!

    The barbarous men who committed the atrocious act, in defiance of government, of all laws human and divine, and to the eternal disgrace of their country and colour, then mounted their horses, huzza’d in triumph, as if they had gained a victory, and rode off–unmolested!

    The bodies of the murdered were then brought out and exposed in the street, till a hole could be made in the Earth, to receive and cover them.

    But the wickedness cannot be covered, the guilt will lie on the whole Land, till justice is done on the murderers. THE BLOOD OF THE INNOCENT WILL CRY TO HEAVEN FOR VENGEANCE.”

    “There are some (I am ashamed to hear it) who would extenuate the enormous wickedness of these actions, by saying, “The inhabitants of the frontiers are exasperated with the murder of their relations, by the enemy Indians, in the present war.” It is possible;–but though this might justify their going out into the woods, to seek out those enemies, and avenge upon them those murders; it can never justify their turning into the heart of the country, to murder their friends.

    If an Indian injures me, does it follow that I may revenge that injury on all Indians? It is well known that Indians are of different tribes, nations and languages, as well as the white people. In Europe, if the French, who are white people, should injure the Dutch, are they to revenge it on the English, because they too are white people? The only crime of these poor wretches seems to have been, that they had a reddish brown skin, and black hair; and some people of that sort, it seems, had murdered some of our relations. If it be right to kill men for such a reason, then, should any man, with a freckled face and red hair, kill a wife or child of mine, it would be right for me to revenge it, by killing all the freckled red-haired men, women, and children, I could afterwards any where meet with.

    “Do we come to America to learn and practice the manners of barbarians? But this, barbarians as they are, they practice against their enemies only, not against their friends.

    These poor people have been always our friends. Their fathers received ours, when strangers here, with kindness and hospitality. Behold the return we have made them! When we grew more numerous and powerful, they put themselves under our protection. See, in the mangled corpses of the last remains of the tribe, how effectually we have afforded it to them!

    Unhappy people! to have lived in such times, and by such neighbours!–We have seen, that they would have been safer among the ancient heathens, with whom the rites of hospitality were sacred.–They would have been considered guests of the public, and the religion of the country would have operated in their favor. But our frontier people call themselves Christians! …They would have been safer, though they had been taken in actual war against the Saracens, if they had once drank water with them. These were not taken in war against us, and have drank with us, and we with them, for fourscore years. …These were not enemies; they were born among us, and yet we have killed them all. …In short it appears, that they would have been safe in any part of the known world,–except in the neighbourhood of the CHRISTIAN WHITE SAVAGES of Peckstang and Donegall!” -Benjamin Franklin, A Narrative of the Late Massacres, in Lancaster County, of a Number of Indians, Friends of this Province, By Persons Unknown. (1764)
    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/robocop-3-review/comment-page-1/#comment-175288

  2. I know that we have some American members on this site. But if I was leading the National Socialist movement I’d look to destroy the United States of America completely from its foundations and give the state a new name. This is heavily because it’s a Jewish republic and the cardinal supporter of the filthy Jewish bastards in Israel. America is such a danger to our race, which puts the inferior Jew on top of the world, demonises against innocent Muslim people in the Middle East which is always spearheaded by the Zionist-filthy Jew.

  3. Fatih Dion says:

    @SS-Oberst-Gruppenführer Daniel

    “I know that we have some American members on this site. But if I was leading the National Socialist movement I’d look to destroy the United States of America completely from its foundations and give the state a new name. This is heavily because it’s a Jewish republic and the cardinal supporter of the filthy Jewish bastards in Israel. America is such a danger to our race, which puts the inferior Jew on top of the world, demonises against innocent Muslim people in the Middle East which is always spearheaded by the Zionist-filthy Jew.”

    Destroying all Western civilization influences is enough to restore North America, and the leftist must be on our control

  4. But the question is how long do we take before we launch a mass scale attack on the Jew?

  5. And by mass scale I mean on Zionism

  6. John Johnson says:

    Just as Hitler spoke of there being two Germanys, and just as we always stress that society is both culturally and genetically bifurcated between those who are noble and those who are ignoble, so is the case with the US.

    Just as it was unnecessary for Hitler to kill every German and jettison every aspect of culture linked to Germany (and it instead sufficed to remove only tribalists from society and jettison only the ignoble, WESTERN aspects of Germany while encouraging the noble non-Western elements to diffuse more widely), American society can receive salvation from those noble Americans who fight against the Western cancer that has (unfortunately) been in power for a long time… Hitler was able to take control of a sickly Western and democratic Germany and de-corrupt it into a more noble state, and the same can be done with the US.

    While the US government may have been founded on Western foundations (e.g. as a democracy), American culture (as exemplified by the First Thanksgiving) certainly was not. And as the quotes I posted above show, even some influential individuals in the US government (who admittedly had Western sympathies), nevertheless also held American values–which to some degree was reflected in their administration’s policies.

    If after reading the story of the First Thanksgiving and knowing of the deeds and opinions of Americans such as John Brown, Malcolm X, Abraham Lincoln, JFK, the Transcendentalists, and countless others, you truly wish to see the US utterly destroyed (and along with it, the noble anti-Western\authentically-American elements which still abound), you are hopelessly intoxicated by cynicism and lust for gratuitous destruction.

    This post was about how people in the US are duty-bound to assist refugees, yet all you can add to the conversation is about how we should be destroying the US…?

  7. I only brought up destroying the United States because I felt it was another thing to discuss about. I only mentioned it since this post is about the United States

  8. Ivy says:

    @JJ

    “In Congress, Elias Boudinot introduced a resolution to create a joint committee to “wait on the President of the United States, to request that he would recommend to the people a day of public prayer and thanksgiving,”

    The resolution was opposed by Anti-Federalists, who opposed increased power of the central government. Chief among the opposition were Aedanus Burke, and Thomas Tudor Tucker. Burke was of the opinion that the holiday was too “European.” He “did not like this mimicking of European customs, where they made a mere mockery of thanksgivings.” Burke was referencing the fact that at thanksgivings, both sides of a war often sang Te Deum, a hymn of praise. He was objecting that both the winners and losers in a war gave thanksgiving. Tucker however, felt that the federal government did not have the power to propose a day of thanksgiving. He was of the opinion that “If a day of thanksgiving must take place, let it be done by the authority of the States.” Tucker also worried about the separation of church and state, as in his opinion, proclaiming a day of thanksgiving was a religious matter”-Wikipedia

    What should one say to contemporary critics of Thanksgiving whose criticisms against celebrating Thanksgiving resembles Burke’s and, to a lessser extent, Tucker’s?

  9. Fatih Dion says:

    “But the question is how long do we take before we launch a mass scale attack on the Jew?”

    We must finish our first goal that currently in progress now, infiltrate and recorrecting the false left into true left, it depend on the country’s condition, if you live in US, Anglo, or European countries it more difficult than they that live in already anti-Zionist country since beginning like Muslim countries, or countries that have minor Jewish influence and less Westernized like African countries for example

  10. AS says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    It is often said that America is a nation of immigrants.

    JFK published a book by this name:

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

    Squanto (who had been kidnapped and enslaved by the English multiple times) and other Wampanoags who personally met the Pilgrims were able to discern that these individuals were innocents sincerely in need of a helping hand, and not Westerners bent on colonial plunder.

    I certainly agree that the Pilgrim were not colonialists, but it would harder to argue that they were not Westerners by the Mosaic-Aristotelian definition (which would require at least rejection of the Tanakh (a standard met by the truly non-Western Cathars, for example), otherwise next someone else could start saying that the Jews being expelled from England were also not Westerners!!!). I am glad you at least included this qualifier:

    Although their religious beliefs were far from perfect

    which is putting it EXTREMELY lightly, especially when it comes to Puritan attitudes towards children:

    http://aryanism.net/philosophy/what-is-nobility/original-nobility/

    Note the (recently added) excerpt:

    http://aryanism.net/wp-content/uploads/virtue-theory.jpg

    which shows how the Aristolelian attitude reinforces and complements the Mosaic attitude (as well as being almost identical to the Confucianist attitude…..).

    I am glad to see your Washington quotes.

    to render this country more and more a safe and propitious asylum for the unfortunate of other countries

    Unfortunately, Trump is taking the US in the opposite direction:

    https://americasvoice.org/press_releases/mass-deportation-looks-like/

    Looking further ahead, rightists aim to repeal the 1965 Immigration Act:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_and_Nationality_Act_of_1965

    so now we can use Washington’s own words:

    to whatever nation they might belong

    to illustrate that the 1965 conception of immigration is the American one, and hence that rightists are un-American.

    Also this part of the Franklin quote:

    They would have been safer, though they had been taken in actual war against the Saracens, if they had once drank water with them.

    is worth contrasting against how present-day US Islamophobia blogs imagine Saracen and other historical Islamic war conduct.

    As for the Jefferson quotes, as I always say, he might as well have been a supporter of La Raza!

    This is exactly the material that we need to expose rightists who pretend to be Americans when in fact they are Western occupiers, something which the more honest among them are already willing to admit via the very names they choose for their organizations:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DPAKefQUIAAM4hL.jpg

    as previously discussed:

    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/heather-heyer-rip/comment-page-1/#comment-175847

    I hope to see all your US-related material over the years, from Founder quotes to your own writing (not just your formal articles but also many of your longer comments – which contain more valuable content than most other people’s articles), recompiled and reposted on a US-specific blog which can then be promoted widely to US readers. Originally we had planned that the PACPO blog would be the place for it, but just because Lucius bailed does not mean we no longer need your American nationalist writings collected in one archive explicitly dedicated to American nationalism.

    Another prospective rightist target for overturning is the Fourteenth Amendment:

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

    but again if the US were to end jus soli it would align itself against the rest of the New World:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jus_soli#/media/File:Jus_soli_world.svg

    By the way, remember in an earlier private discussion we were laughing at how our enemies are trying to incite antipathy towards E Pluribus Unum by posting photos of street scenes that rightists found depressing but that you and I actually found rather pleasant?

    https://www.amren.com/features/2017/05/silver-spring-third-world-melting-pot-in-maryland-multicultural/

    Guess what? They’re doing it again!

    https://www.amren.com/features/2017/11/columbia-heights-mount-pleasant-ghetto-immigration/ (Enjoy!)

    This is what it comes down to: what kind of habitat should true Americans want to live in? “Third World” DC as in the link above? Or Homo Hubris “First World” DC?

    https://www.trumphotels.com/washington-dc

    Again we turn to Washington’s words:

    to preserve us from the arrogance of prosperity

  11. Ivy says:

    @AS

    “which is putting it EXTREMELY lightly, especially when it comes to Puritan attitudes towards children”

    Wouldn’t it be more accurate to call their attitudes towards children Calvinistic rather than Puritan? Correct me if I’m wrong though.

  12. Lucius Rhine says:

    Chiming in to say I did not bail, and I didn’t think you’d say that, AS, because I had let you know of my circumstances as of right now. I will do my utmost to still contribute within my limitations.

    Also chiming in to say Happy Thanksgiving. Hope all is well with everyone.

  13. Steven says:

    @Lucius – Wow, nice to hear from you. Hope your recent endevours are doing well.

    @everyone – I’m from Australia, so this whole Thanksgiving thing is a bit foreign, though I appreciate the idealism that this myth captures. It also made me think of a paragraph I read today in the Platforming page, which I thought was quite relevant.

    “An Aryanist platform must not whitewash the sordid elements of any national history. It should strongly extol as rolemodels all the noble heroes that have arisen within a national history, but must emphasize that these heroes have always been the exceptional few, never the norm or the majority. Thus it must present an Aryan narrative of history: a narrative of rare superior individuals, struggling – often unsuccessfully – to raise the moral level of a local culture in courageous opposition to an inferior but much more populous traditional flow. This is in contrast to both the traditionalist narrative of history that praises the tradition-bearing norm and disparages the work of noble personalities as “unwanted social engineering”, and the progressive narrative of history that believes that the norm somehows enlightens itself over time and that noble personalities are a side-effect rather than the cause of this process.”

    It was enlightening to consider these three perspectives on history. Have to see how I can apply these things to Australia…

  14. AS says:

    @Ivy

    “Wouldn’t it be more accurate to call their attitudes towards children Calvinistic rather than Puritan?”

    Puritanism is considered to be a subgroup of Calvinism, so it would also be accurate to call this attitude Calvinistic. Really it is an attitude derived from the Book of Proverbs, therefore it could be called Solomonic. Whatever it is, it is thoroughly anti-Christian.

    “Except you be converted, and become as little children, you shall not enter into the Kingdom.” – Jesus

    @Lucius

    “I did not bail”

    You made promises about PACPO that raised our hopes and brought about substantial personnel shuffles for the sake of supporting you, and then did not even come close to delivering on these promises. You explained that you were underprepared for the role, and I believe your explanation to be sincere, but that does not change your failure to keep your promises. People like Wayne, Kircheis, Karl, Sam, and others (to say nothing of JJ himself) were STOOD UP by you. You told me you needed people to do all kinds of work, so I promptly sent them over (even though I could have kept them for other projects), and they came back complaining that nothing was happening over on your side.

    “I didn’t think you’d say that, AS”

    It is my duty to say it. On principle, I trust everyone at the beginning. When someone new tells me they will do something, I will believe every word of it, regardless of their qualifications/background/etc., and will be the first to start treating them as the leader they claim they will become. If they fall short of their OWN promises by a ridiculous margin, however, I will not easily trust them again, regardless of their excuses.

    “I had let you know of my circumstances as of right now.”

    You should have assessed your own circumstances BEFORE making any promises, not AFTER. Had you done so, you wouldn’t even have needed to let me know your circumstances, because I (and everyone else who was contacting me to ask why PACPO was non-operational) would not have been left waiting for all those things that you had claimed would be forthcoming.

    “I will do my utmost to still contribute within my limitations.”

    I of course wish you well, but this time I will need to see concrete results before I can in good conscience recommend other activists to work for you again.

  15. Lucius Rhine says:

    @AS

    Agreed that I did not live up to my promises wholly, but of all the people that you sent, it was me that was always doing the bulk of the work. This is expected of a leader early on but every individual (including Alex) that came along had pretty much done nothing. Who built the PACPO website from the ground up? Me. Who wrote every piece of doctrine on the website? Me. There were a couple blog posts from JJ that were posted and I’m grateful for him, because he was the only one that ever did anything, if only behind a veil of anonymity.

    >People like Wayne, Kircheis, Karl, Sam, and others.

    All of these individuals abandoned me or disappeared.

  16. Happy Thanksgiving to all American National Socialists. Sieg Heil! Greetings from London

  17. John Johnson says:

    @Ivy
    “What should one say to contemporary critics of Thanksgiving whose criticisms against celebrating Thanksgiving resembles Burke’s and, to a lessser extent, Tucker’s?”

    I would say that Thanksgiving, as it is celebrated today, is very different from the early generic “day of thanks” style celebration that Burke disliked. In 1863, Lincoln become the first president to establish Thanksgiving in late November–thereby beginning the holiday as we think of it today. (For example, notice that Washington’s day of thanksgiving took place in February, and didn’t seem to have anything to do with the Pilgrims’ celebration).

    It seems that it was during Lincoln’s era that a national day of thanksgiving become associated with the First Thanksgiving:

    “With the publication of Longfellow’s best-selling poem The Courtship of Miles Standish (1848) and the recovery of Governor Bradford’s lost manuscript Of Plimoth Plantation (1855), public interest in the Pilgrims and Wampanoag grew just as Thanksgiving became nationally important. Until the third quarter of the 19th century, music, literature and popular art concentrated on the Pilgrims’ landing at Plymouth Rock and their first encounters with Native People on Cape Cod.

    After 1890, representations of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag began to reflect a shift of interest to the 1621 harvest celebration. By the beginning of the 20th century, the Pilgrims and the Thanksgiving holiday were used to teach children about American freedom and how to be good citizens. Each November, in classrooms across the country, students participated in Thanksgiving pageants, sang songs about Thanksgiving, and built log cabins to represent the homes of the Pilgrims. Immigrant children also learned that all Americans ate turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. The last lesson was especially effective with the recollections of most immigrant children in the 20th century including stories of rushing home after school in November to beg their parents to buy and roast a turkey for a holiday dinner.”
    http://www.plimoth.org/learn/just-kids/homework-help/thanksgiving/thanksgiving-history

    So, today Thanksgiving is the celebration of such a purely American event in our history, and is therefore definitely not done in the spirit of mimicking European traditions (as some of the pre-Lincoln thanksgivings may have been). (Perhaps such an argument can be made about Canadian Thanksgiving, although I’m not familiar enough with it to say).

    Lincoln seems to have started the custom of November Thanksgiving during the Civil War to help unite the country by embracing the focus on the First Thanksgiving that was popular at the time–thereby giving the whole of America a semi-mythological foundation which was older than the founding of the US government in an attempt to culturally mend the country. Hopefully Burke wouldn’t think that was a mockery of what a “true” thanksgiving should be… If Burke would still have problems with Lincoln attempting to invite the “losers” to celebrate Thanksgiving, then I would say Burke is acting against the spirit of E Pluribus Unum, and hence anti-American even if he dislikes European-ness.

    To address Tucker’s concerns: we are statists, so we believe the federal government should be able to do something as trivial as declare a holiday. But I would tell anti-statists that Thanksgiving today is a celebration of something which is fundamentally important to all Americans and all varieties of American sub-cultures, and therefore transcends the realm of strictly region-specific or state-specific concerns. I don’t think his criticism of it being a religious holiday applies anymore today either (unless one considers watching Thanksgiving Day Football as a sacred religious rite–as many families seem to do).

  18. John Johnson says:

    @AS
    “I certainly agree that the Pilgrim were not colonialists, but it would harder to argue that they were not Westerners by the Mosaic-Aristotelian definition (which would require at least rejection of the Tanakh (a standard met by the truly non-Western Cathars, for example), otherwise next someone else could start saying that the Jews being expelled from England were also not Westerners!!!). I am glad you at least included this qualifier:”

    Fair enough, but where and in what situations should we draw the line between the historic (Western-sympathetic) Pilgrims, and the romanticized/idealistic conception of the Pilgrims–whose story is one of the closest things to having mythical proportions in American culture today?

    This is sort of similar to when we discussed in private about the “Wild West” genre of fiction, and how the themes which go along with the fictional conception of the Wild West do not always align with the actual characteristics of the historic Wild West (which was rife with speculators, looters, and cattle ranchers–rather than heroes searching for justice and freedom).

    I believe we also discussed about how False Leftist historians frequently try to minimize the awe around historic figures by suggesting that they were just average people (with tons of unsightly flaws, which the historians remind us about at every opportunity) who were randomly elevated into situations where they could then make decisions with larger-than-average impacts. In other words, such historians are basically doing everything they can to prevent romanticism from taking place–whereas I am trying to do the opposite.

    “which is putting it EXTREMELY lightly, especially when it comes to Puritan attitudes towards children:”

    Indeed.. In order to introduce some much-needed positivity into the conversation about Thanksgiving, I tried not to focus too much on the negatives. Although obviously such ignobility deserves full and frank discussion.

    And I won’t deny that many Puritans deserved to be roasted at the stake, not only for child torture, but introducing witch hunts mob ‘justice’ early democratic procedures to the US:
    https://livingbehindthegates.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/crucibleaccused.jpg

    (Aside from the literal witch hunts, the Mayflower Compact is taught in schools as being the first democratic system of governing in the US, in order to draw a parallel between it and the 18th-century US government… Even though the Compact was in reality just a brief formality declaring that their town\society was going to have laws, political offices, etc. and not be in a state of anarchy.)

    “As for the Jefferson quotes, as I always say, he might as well have been a supporter of La Raza!”

    Seeing Jefferson’s face on La Raza propaganda would sure piss rightists off…hmm sounds like a good idea.

    “so now we can use Washington’s own words:

    to whatever nation they might belong”

    This also provides proof that Washington’s own opinions were at odds with the Naturalization Act of 1795, which specified only “whites” could become citizens. This is something I remember coming up in the comments before.

    “but just because Lucius bailed does not mean we no longer need your American nationalist writings collected in one archive explicitly dedicated to American nationalism.”

    I suppose I can start up a provisional blog to host some of these things until we can get a more stable political organization going; the piece I mentioned a few months ago distinguishing between patriotism and nationalism was written as a sort of frontpiece to such a blog.

    I’m still working on compiling a reading list of quotes, etc. relevant to American nationalism as well, although I’ve been sidetracked while writing about Hawaii\Pacific history.

    “is worth contrasting against how present-day US Islamophobia blogs imagine Saracen and other historical Islamic war conduct.”

    Indeed. It’s also worth noting Crusades memes are becoming more and more popular in the Alt-Right:

    Members of the alt-right movement, which propagates racist, misogynistic, xenophobic and other hateful ideologies, co-opted “Deus vult” for its purposes during the 2016 election season. The group turned the phrase into a hashtag that accompanied its political tweets, and reports of it graffitied in public places followed.

    Ishaan Tharoor of the Washington Post wrote last November of why the alt-right, and particularly supporters of then-President elect Donald Trump, was so drawn to “Deus vult” as a symbol of Judeo-Christian pride.

    “The president-elect signaled as much in a major foreign policy speech in April, when he rejected the idea of ‘universal values’ and trumpeted the promotion of Western civilization.

    The alt-right’s memeification of “Deus vult” is just one part of what’s seen as the group’s larger obsession with anti-Islamic discourse and medieval imagery.”

    https://www.polygon.com/2017/2/10/14560050/for-honor-deus-vult

    Thankfully the Assassin’s Creed series was one step ahead and already introduced the idea that the Templars were bad guys into pop culture…

    And of course, by no coincidence to the Alt-Right’s growing obsession, a new TV series about the Crusades is airing soon:

    Get ready to shout “Deus Vult!” as a new Crusades-centered drama on the History Channel is set to premiere this fall. “Knightfall” follows the exploits and intrigues of the legendary Knights Templar during the Middle Ages as they fight in the Holy Land and seek the legendary Holy Grail.
    https://www.christianpost.com/news/history-channels-knightfall-release-date-news-crusades-themed-series-gets-fall-premiere-200576/

    This comes after the History Channel started the popular Vikings series (2013), which proved popular amongst Nordicists and WNs for its “lack” of “non-whites,” after there was a big controversy over Idris Elba playing Heimdall (aka “the whitest god”) in Thor (2011).

    “This is what it comes down to: what kind of habitat should true Americans want to live in? “Third World” DC as in the link above? Or Homo Hubris “First World” DC?”

    I bet the author probably thinks it’s great that his German/Italian/Scandinavian/etc immigrant ancestors had newspapers and church services in their languages… Also, again, all of the buildings in those photos are in better condition than most of the buildings in rural towns with 95%+ “white” demographics that I’ve seen…

    “This beautiful statue is a vestige of the people who used to live here.”

    …Hmmm

    Not Squanto: “There goes the neighborhood.”
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-vz_QicC-qmg/Ts0Adchg6OI/AAAAAAAAAU0/0zGlLCQRzRw/s1600/Pilgrims+-+Plymouth+Colony.jpg
    http://papiblogger.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Day-37-6.jpg
    http://tinyhouseblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Pilgrim-House.jpg

  19. Ivy says:

    @JJ

    I remember reading an article once that stated that George Washington and Benjamin Franklin’s general beliefs on slavery and race were pretty radical for their time, despite certain political actions that Washington took while in public office.

    I’m going to try to find the article I read that stated such information; it might be useful.

  20. Ivy says:

    @JJ

    I also love how Franklin dropped his xenophobic attitude that he had early in his career. It goes to show that there is perhaps hope among xenophobes today.

  21. Amaleq says:

    Speaking of Thomas Jefferson, I’m sure he would see this as a positive development:

    A growing number of young Americans are leaving desk jobs to farm
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/a-growing-number-of-young-americans-are-leaving-desk-jobs-to-farm/ar-BBFyAcX?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE07DHP

  22. John Johnson says:

    From what I have read, Washington only started to view slavery as a big societal issue after an exasperated Lafayette frequently urged him, in private letters, that he needed to start taking the ignobility of slavery more seriously.

    This is a detailed article about the subject of Washington and his slaves:
    “Although Washington was a lifelong slaveowner, he came to view slavery in a negative light after being influenced by the philosophical side of the Revolutionary War’s quest for freedom and seeing firsthand former slaves heroically fighting in his army. The post-war influence of his friend, the Marquis de Lafayette, was especially instrumental in convincing Washington that it was a high priority to develop a plan to gradually bring an end to slavery.”
    http://www.mountvernon.org/george-washington/slavery/the-only-unavoidable-subject-of-regret/

    “I also love how Franklin dropped his xenophobic attitude that he had early in his career. It goes to show that there is perhaps hope among xenophobes today.”

    Mark Twain had a similar change with respect to colonialism–although he came to his senses much later in life.

    Also, I feel the need to stress that while it is possible for people who adopt xenophobic attitudes simply because xenophobia is popular to one day cease being xenophobes, we must not forget that most tribalists express such opinions because tribalism is primarily caused by INNATE (i.e. biological) factors, and therefore will always be tribalists with no hope of changing.

    http://aryanism.net/politics/white-nationalists/why-race-matters/
    http://aryanism.net/philosophy/arya/tribalism-vs-universalism/

  23. John Johnson says:

    @Amaleq

    “Speaking of Thomas Jefferson, I’m sure he would see this as a positive development”

    Indeed! (This is actually a career path I’ve thought about myself; the thought of being condemned to sit in an office doing purposeless work for 50 years makes me want to blow my brains out.)

    An important thing to note about younger farmers is that they are more likely to have smaller area, higher intensity farms–which are less reliant on giant fuel machines (which require massive government subsidies to even be economically efficient in the first place…) Because of this more localized and urban way of doing agriculture, many communities are on their way to autarky. Indeed, the idea of ‘Food Sovereignty’ (i.e. autarky) is a core principle of many local farming organizations.

    As a bonus, urban farming has other benefits to the community:
    https://civileats.com/2017/07/05/on-clevelands-largest-urban-farm-refugees-gain-language-and-job-skills/

  24. Ivy says:

    @JJ

    Not surprised that Lafayette was able to change Washington’s mind.

    Please don’t blow your brains out, BTW!!!

  25. Amaleq says:

    @JJ:

    Indeed! (This is actually a career path I’ve thought about myself; the thought of being condemned to sit in an office doing purposeless work for 50 years makes me want to blow my brains out.)

    I made that transition myself on Oct. 31 of this year. That is when my first crops went into the ground. My cash crop is cannabis, and once established I will also be growing fruits and vegetables in an urban environment.

    An important thing to note about younger farmers is that they are more likely to have smaller area, higher intensity farms–which are less reliant on giant fuel machines (which require massive government subsidies to even be economically efficient in the first place…) Because of this more localized and urban way of doing agriculture, many communities are on their way to autarky. Indeed, the idea of ‘Food Sovereignty’ (i.e. autarky) is a core principle of many local farming organizations.

    Eventually I will end up in a warehouse if all goes to plan. A small area but high intensity for sure. For the first time in my life I’m actually enjoying what I do for a living. Nothing like tilling the soil!

    Similar things have also been happening in Portugal:

    Portuguese People Are Returning To Farming In Droves:
    http://www.businessinsider.com/portuguese-people-are-returning-to-farming-in-droves-2012-4

    I think a mix of turning to urban farming and Solar Youth idealism would certainly be a very positive development in any country also.

    http://solaryouth.org/

  26. AS says:

    @JJ

    “Fair enough, but where and in what situations should we draw the line between the historic (Western-sympathetic) Pilgrims, and the romanticized/idealistic conception of the Pilgrims–whose story is one of the closest things to having mythical proportions in American culture today?”

    The Thanksgiving myth is about giving people INITIAL BENEFIT OF DOUBT, as Squanto did. As long as Squanto was unaware of the implications of Puritanism, the actual implications of Puritanism does not discredit Squanto’s decision to welcome the Pilgrims.

    “This is sort of similar to when we discussed in private about the “Wild West” genre of fiction, and how the themes which go along with the fictional conception of the Wild West do not always align with the actual characteristics of the historic Wild West (which was rife with speculators, looters, and cattle ranchers–rather than heroes searching for justice and freedom).”

    I agree, but what the Wild West setting represents to me is a habitat which still has not yet decided its cultural direction, and thus one which still offers hope compared with the more established settlements. Similarly, the Pilgrims had a terrible religion, but they offer at least more hope of improvement than their contemporaries who remained in the Old World. For example, you mention that they were willing to learn New World farming techniques, so there could have been at the same time an easy opportunity for them to also learn less cruel treatment of children, an opportunity which the English who stayed in England did not have. That the Pilgrims did not take advantage of the opportunity is disappointing, but at least they had placed themselves in a societal scenario where they could have done so.

    “witch hunts”

    I can imagine Aryanist fiction being written about a small number of Pilgrim-descended Aryan individuals who, having on one hand been subject to Puritan childrearing by their parents and on the other hand been exposed to New World Aryan mythology, experience dream visions in which Piltzintecuhtli warns them that Tlaloc is ressurecting in New England, and thus decide to turn against Puritanism (and the Tanakh in general) to stop it from happening, but ended up being persecuted as witches by the majority. What do you think?

    “It’s also worth noting Crusades memes are becoming more and more popular in the Alt-Right:”

    Yes, and if we tell them that Jesus would have opposed the Crusades, they will tell us that Jesus was not a Christian…..

    “I bet the author probably thinks it’s great that his German/Italian/Scandinavian/etc immigrant ancestors had newspapers and church services in their languages…”

    Very good point. I’ve also seen WNs talk about how Afrikaner refugees to the US (which they want to accept by the millions, while at the same time insisting that the US has “no room” for a few thousand Haitians) should be allowed to set up Afrikaans communities so that they can preserve their identity (that all-justifying word again)….. WNs actually support multiculturalism, so long as all the cultures involved are “white”. They’d rather have “whites” who don’t integrate than “non-whites” who do. (And they can’t stop talking about how “sexy” Melania’s un-American accent is and how they want more women with similar accents coming to the US…..)

    “Also, again, all of the buildings in those photos are in better condition than most of the buildings in rural towns with 95%+ “white” demographics that I’ve seen…”

    To be clear, the point is not that there exist more run-down “white” towns, but that we are trying to recalibrate aesthetics such that people re-learn to see the beauty in run-down infrastructure. Ruin value (your term!!!), remember? At the same time, we want people to re-learn to despise hubris, which is why I posted the Trump Hotel link. From a propaganda perspective, it doesn’t matter that there EXIST run-down “white” neighbourhoods; the reality is that whenever people visualize Western civilization in their heads, they visualize something like the Trump Hotel link, and most of them perceive it as SUPERIORITY (by Western standards, of course) (which is what the term “gentrification” insinuates). This perception is what we need to destroy.

    Look at the comments under this video, for example:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dthhq58QeCg

    Notice the clear divergence between the Western commenters who describe the street scene as “dirty”, “ugly”, etc. and the non-Western commenters who describe it as “mesmerizing”, “beautiful”, etc.. (I, while broadly siding with the latter, of course am not saying that the scene should be considered anywhere near satisfactory: for a start, the mopeds need to be removed…..)

    If you had talented photographers on your American team, you could start a new blog focused on anti-gentrification, posting original photos that romanticize de-gentrified neighbourhoods in the US, in order to teach people to see things our way. This is a point I touched on previously when discussing shopfronts etc..

    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/donald-trump-vs-jfk/comment-page-1/#comment-174314

    If you also had talented models on your team, you could even do gravure photography in these types of neighbourhoods!

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