Regarding Foreigners (Updated)

Responsible use of the criminal justice system would result in reforming criminals rather than hardening them and making them more criminal than they were before. A few criminals would get the death penalty every now and then if their crimes were severe enough to make sure they didn’t end up leeching off society from inside a prison or mental institution for the rest of their lives. In addition, foreign criminals should be deported back to their homelands and banned from entering the country/state ever again. This ensures that they cannot cause further trouble in that foreign land. It also allows them to be handled by their own people rather than becoming a burden on what they would perceive as foreigners, and in this manner it would be much kinder to the nation they were/are visiting and in which they have broken the law – which, these days, is probably one which can’t afford to take proper care of it’s own people (especially without accumulating debt or more of it) – much less a bunch of foreigners who don’t follow rules. Let their own nations and homelands take care of them! These foreigners shouldn’t be allowed to come into other peoples’ homelands and break their laws and enforce their own culture on the native inhabitants. Everyone is entitled to their own homeland and when these foreigners invade and behave this way it deprives the natives of their homeland as it should be. Then if these unwanted foreigners and their ways are imposed on the natives enough, it completely destroys the place and may very well – and quite easily with so-called “charity” – result in these foreigners over-populating to the point where all of the native inhabitants become extinct and no one of that sort can ever claim that place as their motherland ever again. At that point it would have been entirely overtaken by foreigners forever. The lawless degenerates would be completely incapable of keeping the high standard of living of the people they killed (or, in some cases, blatantly murdered). The land itself would run wild with no one of proper intelligence and skill to tend to it and the degenerates would run around like a bunch of savages stealing, killing, and so on. All because a bunch of foreigners were imported and/or allowed to live in a place that wasn’t theirs. It was genocide when it was done to the Native Americans and it’s genocide when Asians, Middle Easterners, Jews, other mixed-race people and Africans do it to Europeans now. Too many people are too concerned with a person’s citizenship to care about blood. They don’t understand that if someone of European blood moves to Europe it doesn’t make a difference, but that if someone with African or Asian blood moves to Europe it destroys Europe. They have their own homelands! They don’t need to be going to a place where they don’t belong. Even if they’re escaping from war it still isn’t a good excuse. Cowardice should never be rewarded and there are other places on their own continent  that they could escape to without having to invade other peoples’ space. Other times there is the excuse that they were born in a certain place, so that’s their homeland. NO. Do I claim ownership of the hospital in which I was born just because I was born there? No. Your blood tells you what your homeland is. If your ancestors were European by blood, your blood is mostly Neanderthal and you are European regardless of where you live or where you were born. If your ancestors were African by blood, your blood is mostly Homo sapiens and you are African regardless of where you live or where you were born. If your ancestors were Asian by blood, your blood is mostly Denisova and you are Asian regardless of where you live or where you were born.

Update: I took out a few lines at the end because whenever I read them I worried it might seem as if I was degrading people to the level of cattle. The point I was trying to make was that we all deserve our own homelands and that living in each others’ territories was badly impacting all of the gene pools involved. Living in close proximity with other races negatively impacts the ability of each individual race to survive because it goes hand in hand with race-mixing, which takes two or more bloodlines per couple out of each race. Then everyone loses someone and the results are confused and depressed people who don’t feel they have anywhere they belong because they are no longer a member of any race. Apart from that, if enough race-mixing occurs or if it goes on long enough and the mixed genes spread throughout the different gene pools, the individual races would all become extinct and we’d only be left with one diseased, visually unappealing, mongrel creature with an inadequate IQ to sustain the standard of living to which people in first-world countries are currently accustomed. It wouldn’t work out well for anyone.

P.S. On the subject of cattle, if anyone wanted to be reminded of what fraction of one kind of blood a cow has to have for farmers to consider it to be purebred, it is 31/32. Additionally, if that purebred cow is allowed to mate with a bull, his DNA will supposedly impact her in such a way that if she mates with another bull afterward the resulting calf/calves will only partly belong to the second bull. I don’t remember the word for it unfortunately.


Many libraries containing great stores of knowledge were burned in the past by Judeo-Christians. That knowledge will never be recovered and we’ve lost a lot of useful information because of these traitorous religious zealots. Unfortunately the growth and usefulness of modern libraries has slowed more and more lately.

In the one I visit regularly the non-fiction section is rather small and most of the books therein contain completely useless information. I can find far more books about faeries, ghost hunting and random religious trash in the non-fiction section than I can find about things like history, foreign languages or how to survive in the wilderness. I looked over there just now to confirm to my eyes what I just wrote and it is accurate. That crap is in the non-fiction section and it does outweigh the non-crap.

It’s appalling. I have no interest in learning how to psychically read the thoughts of dead dogs or whatever some of these loons are into these days. Of course it’s a public library so I can understand how my opinions don’t have much weight in the matter, but the non-fiction section is still full of fiction and crap.

To remedy the issue of the declining use and usefulness of modern libraries it is necessary for people to start archiving more useful information. Our ancestors must’ve done this because otherwise those libraries wouldn’t have existed in the first place. It is as simple as purchasing the right books or writing down useful information (“write down” as with pen and paper – electronic archives can disappear or be hacked and corrupted). With this accumulated knowledge people could very well choose to create their own libraries or write their own books. Then people could help each other learn useful things with their archives and we wouldn’t have to worry about libraries as much.


The original European religion differed from the modern mockeries and poisons and whatnot in more than one way, one of those being that time was seen as being something circular rather than linear. By the time Judaism and its offspring religions came into existence, there were enough people who had blood mixed enough that entire groups of people had difficulty understanding concepts like “eternity” or their position in the universe.

These same people also had difficulty understanding the European religion. It had become more and more complicated over time and more people were living in cities instead of small tribes. Had they still been living in those tribes they could’ve obtained positions and purposes in the European religion, thereby making it more personal to them, but in time there were too many people living in one place at one time for everyone to have a part in it. So they felt distanced and maybe a little confused.

Then this new foreign thing was introduced to them. It seemed simpler: you prayed to one desert deity and your sins were magically forgiven. This was quite different from having multiple deities based on things like animals, plants and so on, and in the European religion one’s “sins” couldn’t be “forgiven” at all. If you murdered someone you were a murderer. If you stole something you were a thief. Then you were punished accordingly. People couldn’t say they were suddenly a good person just because they mumbled a prayer to a dead man.

In addition to this facade of an “easy” religion and “easy forgiveness”, the foreign religion also introduced the idea that time was linear. They were either unable or unwilling to see the circular patterns of life and nature like less-mixed or unmixed people (e.g. Neanderthals) did at the time. Because of this, they came to the conclusion that time moves in a straight line which has a beginning and an end. They saw the plant grow and wither, but they didn’t see the almost identical plants continue the life cycle after the seeds fell from the former plant if you see what I mean.

Then they started making threats to have people tortured forever… But that can’t happen if time is linear because that would include this chunk of time right now. Actually it couldn’t happen if time were circular either because it would have to include the entirety of all the “circles” and, again, that would include this chunk of time right now.

Yet, some people are still afraid to leave these religions because they’re afraid of being punished when they’re dead. It presumably seems perfectly logical to them to fear something they’ve been taught to fear since they were very young, so that’s what they do. Sometimes this is despite any and all logic to the contrary that they may come across. This is one point at which fear stops being a useful tool for survival and starts hurting people – particularly the ones who would much rather be thinking and doing things other than what they don’t like or disagree with.

Other times they just don’t want to leave because their family has followed this-or-that religion for X number of years. They choose instead to put their hearts into foreign things, not thinking about how their family followed the European religion first and for many more years than they did their current religion (which was most likely forced upon them).

It’s almost like one of those experiments in which someone puts a rat in a box with two buttons. One gives the rat food and the other shocks it. (The Skinner Box… that’s what I was thinking of.) Then if the effects of the buttons were swapped so the food button now shocks it instead of giving it food and the shock button now gives it food instead of a shock, one can assume the rat would avoid what is now the food button because it has been conditioned to believe that it will receive an electric shock if it presses that button.

The rat has been conditioned to not engage in a specific behavior – in this case pushing the shock button – so it no longer does it. These people were trained away from their natural European religion and no longer practice it because they are no longer used to it. They are now used to a foreign religion instead. They do not try both buttons and they either sit there or run around the box aimlessly or whatever it is confused rats do because they no longer know the correct course of action they are to take to obtain sustenance and life. They might not actually follow the religion in real life anymore and prefer to instead be a member of that religion on paper. And they still don’t want to leave it. They’d rather play make-believe forever.


I bring you all a short post today because I’ve been busy lately.

To begin: last winter in the area in which I live was the worst on record for years. I don’t remember how many, but I assume it wasn’t much. Maybe eight or nine. I walked to work in it during the nighttime. It frequently took around 40-50 minutes just to get from my house to where I work. I never got frostbite because I know how to dress for the winter. People seldom drove me, and when they did it was only for about half of the way.

I had to wear two pairs of socks and walk through snow drifts that were higher than my ankles, and some of them were nearly up to my knees. There was also a planning mishap one night when I had to spend a long time (it was probably less than ten minutes, but it felt much longer) trying to walk through snow that went up higher than my knees and in some places at least halfway up my thighs. I still didn’t get frostbite and I still got to work early.

I repeated this throughout all of last winter. No one expected me to be able to do it, but I did. Now I can tell you all two things.

First, as advice for the upcoming winter to those of you who don’t know how to dress for the cold, remember the following word: windshield. This is very important because if you don’t protect yourself from the wind you will find yourself very uncomfortable. It makes it feel much colder than the thermometer says it is, and this can make planning tricky if and when the wind changes suddenly and/or frequently. Buy a face mask or a scarf if you need to – just protect yourself from the wind and cover up your skin. Also, wear layers. If you can’t remove your snow clothes you might get too hot and start sweating. This can be dangerous in a cold environment.

The second thing I can tell you is that most people are underestimating themselves. Humans are stronger and more capable than we think we are. Don’t go rushing into certain death, but it’ll do you well to test yourself occasionally to find your limitations and better get to know yourself.

Look up books and videos on survival for more information. After all, I’m not an expert on winter survival – I just have experience with it.

Citizenship Does Not Equal Race

I started drafting a new post a little under a week ago. It has grown to around 6.5 pages already, so I thought I’d break off a point and make a short post now (and possibly break off one or more additional points to make more short posts later) in order to make the draft shorter and easier to read when I finish it. I felt that if I didn’t make one or more smaller posts of it that it might turn into a small booklet which other people might not have the motivation to read in its entirety. The thought kind of bummed me out, so I thought shorter posts would be best.

Without further ado, here is the first (shortened) point:

I have noticed time and again that people seem to be having difficulty understanding something which keeps popping up in conversations that quickly turn  into screaming matches. Citizenship does not equal race. There seems to be some debate about this and I’d like to add my thoughts on it as I consider it an important topic.

Race is determined by genetics, can potentially be determined visually without asking the person (as is the case for Europeans, Asians, Africans, and aboriginal Americans and Australians) with the exception of course being race-mixed people – at which point you will need to ask them what they are, and race can be discovered through genetic testing when, for example, the remains of a deceased individual do not provide enough visual evidence for one to determine the race of the deceased using the eyes alone. A DNA sample is taken and analyzed in a laboratory and one or more tests are done which tell the person’s race. This is how we know the mummified Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt were actually European, not African. We determined the race of the mummies with this testing.

Citizenship, on the other hand, is not determined by genetics, cannot be determined visually, and cannot be discovered through DNA testing. Citizenship can be changed during the course of a person’s lifetime, whereas race cannot. Citizenship says nothing about where an individual’s ancestors came from or about what kinds of mannerisms or opinions you can expect from that individual. Citizenship says nothing about the traditions and values people uphold.

Citizenship says only where one lives. It does not say anything concrete about an individual beyond that. Race can speak volumes more, and stretches back into the past to reveal things not only about a person, but about their whole family and fatherland(s). One can simply research the surnames of different people within a race and find that their ancestors were people who were a part of history in some way, while one cannot look up one’s citizenship to find out about the individual (the country, state, etc. sure, but not the person). They didn’t have to be great warriors or anyone extremely “interesting”, mind you, but one can look back into the past of one’s family and race and find out who they are and who their ancestors were.

As an example, most of mine weren’t entirely special in any way, but one of mine (by marriage I’ve heard…) invented alfalfa that could survive the winter. One can infer that I have some “farmer” in my blood and maybe I like to take long walks outside, generally enjoy nature, eat organic fruits and vegetables and so on. For that matter, the plant-growing tendencies in my family have lasted for centuries into the present day. I have an idea of the geography in and by which some of my ancestors lived because their surnames told me. I know some of my ancestors made wheels (of all things!) because their surname told me, and I know where they lived and what language they spoke just by looking at that same surname. It seems that a few of my ancestors were traders or something of the sort as well (from the description I read I gather that was more important in their time than we understand it today). I know that my ancestors mostly came from around the same area in Europe, and I can piece together stories about them and make educated guesses for centuries back about who they were, what they did, where they lived, and even how some of them might have ended up in America.

Sure it isn’t that interesting, but you won’t hear stories stretching back centuries just by asking someone their citizenship. You will only hear a small number of things by doing that:

I didn’t like (insert verb or noun here), so I left.

I wanted to go home.

Or the particularly annoying, “I wanted to live the easy life (so I came to your country/state to sponge off you hard-working people)!!! 😀 Look at what an Evangelical Christian I am!!! HALLELUJAH. BTW r u single, pretty white girl?!“* (It took me over twenty minutes to get that guy to leave me alone, by the way. Persistence is key. Moving on…)

Wanting to go home is the only one of those I find understandable and the most tolerable. For that sake, it’s tied into race as well, with “home” in this case being the person’s fatherland or, probably less often, their motherland, which the person is tied to by their blood and race – that being the reason they consider it their home. Even if they’ve never been there. It’s the home of their blood – where their ancestors came from and where most of their family is buried. So in this case the person wants to change their citizenship to match their race, and there’s nothing wrong with people wanting to live in their ancestral homelands like this. In fact it’s perfectly natural and ordinary. People have done this throughout the existence of the human race before citizenship even existed.

This brings me to my next sub-point: citizenship and the borderlines of states and countries were constructed by the human imagination and are things which can and do change. Race is not imaginary and can’t be changed through the power of one’s will. We did not invent race, but race can and does play a crucial part in shaping who we are as individuals, as communities, as states and as citizens of the world because it is in our blood to be who we are, and this blood does not determine citizenship.

Hopefully I’ve explained myself well enough for now.


*UPDATE: I will continue being off-topic down here. I found a video related to what I was saying about immigrants sponging off others. Unfortunately I am unable to post it (I admit that technology baffles and confuses me at times), but I can tell you all to go to YouTube and look up a video called “California Nightmare” by ramzpaul. He touches on the subject in that video.