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No Bad Publicity

Change of Seas

As the ill-fated media shit-storm directed at Trump shows, trying to stifle right wing movements through mockery and slander is like using water to put out a grease fire. For reference, this is what happens when you try that:

What the media did not realize about Trump (and what the Left doesn’t realize about us) is that, just as water puts out most fires but does not work on grease fires, slander and mockery will silence most groups but not those which know how to harness other people’s anger. Given the enormous anger underlying much of modern politics (particularly on the right, including the mainstream right), slandering and mocking us just gives us free publicity. For example, a new alt-right subreddit popped up recently, and has engendered a number of angry threads on “anti-hate” subreddits with dozens of comments which – get this – obsessively scream that nobody is paying attention…

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Faith in the signs


So a couple of days ago I was walking around the outskirts of a quant town, enjoying some Dutch herbs. 3 Germans on bikes approached me – they were looking for a city in the neighborhood. I had no sense of spatial orientation and no sun to help, so I pointed them towards a couple of blue signs in the distance. Their city had to be on those signs I told them. They told me they already looked at those signs and the city was not on there. I told them it had to be, seeing as the city was sufficiently big and close to be included on the signs. As they were German they did not take my word for it and they went on to heatedly discuss the right direction amongst themselves. I wished them good luck and continued walking, eventually passing the blue signs. The city was…

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Nordicist Fantasies: The Myth of the Blonde-Haired, Blue-Eyed Aryans and the Origins of the Indo-Europeans


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Nordicists say that the Aryans, the Indo-Europeans, had blonde hair and blue eyes. Though, recent genetic evidence shows that the origin of the Indo-European language is from the Russian steppe, originating from the Yamnaya people. The originators of the Indo-European languages weren’t blonde-haired and blue-eyed, but dark-haired and dark-eyed. Better known as the ‘Kurgan Hypothesis’, this is now the leading theory for the origin of Indo-European people.

Haak et al (2016) showed that at the beginning of the Neolithic period in Europe (approximately 7 to 8 kya) that a closely related group of farmers appeared in Germany, Hungary, and Spain. These ancient populations were different from the indigenous peoples from the Russian steppe, the Yamnaya, who showed high affinity with a 24000-year-old Siberian sample. Approximately 5 to 6 kya, farmers throughout Europe had more hunter-gatherer ancestry than their predecessors from the early Neolithic, but the Yamnaya from…

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República Bananera Para La Vida!

Western Rifle Shooters Association


Breitbart: HRC VP Kaine Speaks Spanish, Promises Amnesty By May, 2017

Money (heh) quote:

…He also used Spanish to describe his Catholic faith and his plan for immigration reform.

“In our administration in the first 100 days we’ll put forward a comprehensive immigration reform package that includes a path to citizenship,” he shouted…

As the US Chamber of Commerce golf-claps in the background.


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