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Please don’t mistake the following for some sort of Communistic rant, but I’m so damn sick of favoritism lately. I don’t mean normal favoritism though – that’s natural and logical. I mean the racist favoritism perpetrated and funded by European governments (it happens in America too, but Europeans have no business being in the Americas anyway on account of the fact that it belongs to the Native Americans). According to these European governments, every group that isn’t white is a minority – even though whites are actually a minority now – and therefore all non-white groups must be given special treatment to even out some sort of  “oppression” invented as an excuse to justify the differences in abilities and levels of success between different races even though these differences, fairly constant as they are within their racial guidelines, are average differences which are genetic in origin and which occur completely naturally.

Of course the European governments don’t want to admit that these differences are genetic because they think it’s “racist”. They’re basically implying that your race determines your genes which in turn determine the peculiarities of different groups. One might sound more sensible in saying that one’s genes determine both of these things on account of the fact that race is dependant on genetics (although the subcultures of the different races are also influenced by nurture – I’ll give ya that).

Although my main concern regarding the racist favoritism of the European governments is not how much or how little sense it makes. No – my main concern is that by giving special treatment to non-white people in response to the imaginary oppression (and a few people may even perceive it), the European governments are actually creating oppression themselves by not allowing white people to succeed and prosper and, for example, forcing less-skilled non-white people to take the jobs of more-skilled whites or by having college scholarships exclusively for non-whites to create more diversity in the name of Affirmative Action.

It’s kind of ironic, but mostly an annoying exercise of favoritism.

They won’t even let white people have exclusive groups in which only white people are allowed (and the American government may in some cases force Latinos and Jews to be deemed “white” just to be sure some diversity slips in, even though we know that both groups have been too mongrelized to qualify as such). The Asians can have their little groups and clubs in which only Asians are allowed, the Africans can have their little groups and clubs in which only Africans are allowed, the Jews can have their own little groups and clubs in which only Jews are allowed, but European people are forbidden from having groups and clubs in which only Europeans are allowed because it’s “racist” and “unfair to the other groups” (and of course I mean European in the genetic sense).

Well isn’t it racist and unfair when the other groups do it? Of course it is. The Europeans are just the only ones getting stamped as “racist”.

As an example, I’m part Swedish and if I wanted to start up a group for other people who were either part or totally Swedish to study Swedish culture or history or something like that and the government found out, that group would be shut down and I would probably be publicly denounced as a “racist” (and they would of course conveniently forget that some mongrels are part Swedish too). If I were a man they might also accuse me of being a terrorist and throw me in jail for trying to start a “hate group”.

So I can listen all I want to lies and old war propaganda about how supposedly terrible my German ancestors were, but I can’t get together with other part-Swedish people to study the Swedish ones? Nope. Something positive might be said and according to the governments, saying positive things about Europeans is racist and oppressing to the non-whites – but that only applies to positive things about Europeans.

So the other groups get all the support, college scholarships, and free stuff they want, but not wanting genocide* to be carried out against the European people, cultures, languages, religion and so on is “racist”? So basically the European governments think it is racist to not support the genocide of the European people even though the genocide of a racial group is, in itself, racist…

 

*I know this word sounds very harsh, but they actually do support race-mixing to cause the extinction of pure whites and killing an entire group of people is genocide. As a few examples they put propaganda posters in schools promoting mixed-race relationships and offspring and advertisements – or what amounts to them – on television and in movies promoting the same. Some people have mentioned it in speeches as well and I’ll try to find some videos about it later if I can. (Updated again: video below)

Until then, support for genocide through race-mixing has been reported to have been stated in a French courtroom (people are going to be unhappy no matter how I word that) by the organizations LICRA and SOS Racism, and this support of genocide is being used as an excuse to sue someone on the basis of false evidence invented and modified specifically to sue this man. So, no video, but you can have this link for the time being: http://thuleanperspective.com/2014/06/05/shalom-shekel/

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Antiques

I’m sure a lot has been said about Orwell’s novel “1984”. I’m not going into that now, though. I’m actually only about half way through reading it. It’s pretty interesting.

Anyway…

Among the plethora of parallels in the book there was one in particular which immediately inspired in me the desire to act. I’ve spent much of my life growing up in it, so I didn’t notice:

Modern beauty is VERY rare.

All the latest fashions, architecture, technology et cetera is presented to us as attractive, but in reality looks like someone regurgitated something very colorful on a hideous dress or shirt. The buildings lack all sense of art and uniqueness and largely resemble cardboard boxes. Things lack detail in their design. Color schemes look like they were imagined by a toddler. Everything is either boring or hideous or both and one is never left with the impression that something is too good or beautiful for them to own either because it looks like it deserves to be earned in some extraordinary way or just out of fear of breaking something so lovely and fragile.

Now – on occasion I am a very lucky girl. This time it is because of a particular city I live near enough to walk to (but far enough to escape annoyances, mind you), and this city just happens to be spattered with antique shops in such frequency that I can hardly turn a corner without seeing one.

Of course shortly after I finished reading the chapter I was on I left for one of these shops. The hope was that if modern things were ugly, then maybe they were beautiful some time in the past. I had never been in an antique shop before and didn’t quite know what to expect beyond the promise of old stuff. I wish I’d had expectations so I could honestly say they were blown out of the water.

I walked around for a long time – probably at least an hour – looking at everything I could find. “This,” I thought to myself, “is what beautiful things are supposed to look like.”

It was obvious that an incredible amount of work and attention to detail had been put into what I had only recently dismissed as “old stuff”. There were tiny Greek perfume bottles with three or four pictures of myths painted on each one with such tiny details I could hardly believe someone actually took the time and effort to paint them. There were pieces of jewelery with such fine and delicate tendrils and such that I was honestly afraid they would break if I got within half a centimeter of touching them. There were survival books containing incredibly useful information which, granted, weren’t much to look at, but I was delighted that such information still existed somewhere and the rarity of their existence was beautiful to me.

They were also selling old CDs, records, clothes and so on. I was very interested in a few of the records, but I didn’t buy any. I don’t have anything I can use to play them and I’m afraid of breaking them even after hearing that it’s really very hard to scratch a record (supposedly some minor sound glitches can be caused by tiny bugs getting stuck in the grooves of the record and this can be mistaken for the record getting scratched, but that’s just something I heard online).

I got one of the Greek perfume bottles and a tiny jewelery box. I don’t have much of anything to put in it, but it’s incredibly detailed and I like to have an example of something I find truly beautiful in appearance to show to any guests I might have over. I like to think it’ll inspire thought in them as it did me.

Later I got a ring and a fleur-de-lis pin. I’m actually wearing the latter right now (it was cheap enough that I can have it on me always without worrying about damaging or losing it and so is the ring – the others I’m planning on being heirlooms and they have no business being outside anyway).

Contrary to the way this probably sounds, I’m not mentioning this just to brag. What I’m saying is that beauty has not fully been eradicated by cheap, easily-breakable objects constructed only out of money-lust. If everyone went to an antique shop and bought just one or two truly beautiful things exemplifying hard work and attention to detail and so on, then we would all have enough in storage (collectively, anyway), that the greed of others could never fully crush beauty.

We could pass on these beautiful objects to our descendants when we die so that these things could live on and continue to be protected by our families. And these beautiful things will remind them of all the efforts we either made or should have made to ensure that our descendants will have a beautiful future. It is our responsibility to do so in looking out for them.

 

 

P.S. As a final note to anyone willing to take this course of action, whether to help protect beauty, for personal glory or for other reasons: the more you put into getting the best and most beautiful heirlooms for your descendants, the more right they will have to brag to everyone about how loved they are and how much you cared about them and preserving the past and whatnot. It’s something to consider, anyway.