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Floor-It-Duh: I could go on and on about the destruction of the church, the nuclear family, justice, and so many other things but I think it would be a moot point as I'm sure you and others here are already intimately familiar with these things.

The white man must learn of his history and be proud of it. Pride must be restored to shake off the shackles of slavery that have been carefully cast on us all. Only through information can that power be gained which is one of the reasons they are trying so hard to bring the internet under heel or discredit anyone who speaks the truth.

The war we are fighting is of heart and minds.?

N: Absolutely. We have nothing to be ashamed of, at all. But we have lots to be proud of. That's why they're pushing this absurd meme that "Whites have no culture." They're insane. And though they're certainly very powerful right now, I'll repeat, they're not invincible.?

Floor-It-Duh & N, Youtube 1 Comments [11/4/2018 11:41:33 AM]
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NonProphet

But there is no single "white culture," just as there is no single "black culture." White Americans have a completely different culture from white Swedes, or white Polish, or white French. Hell, even "white" is so vague a term that it changes depending on how monolithic they're trying to be. Not long ago, Irish & Italians weren't considered white; now, Irish are considered as white as Scandinavians, and Italians are still considered white even by racist groups.

Yes, it's important to learn about your history. That doesn't mean that all of it is something to be proud of (see: slavery, genocide, imperial colonialism, destruction of other cultures & religions). It also doesn't mean that every white person shares the same cultural history. I'm Irish and Cherokee; I don't share any ethnic cultural identity with someone who's German and Swiss.

Of course, all that is moot since you're most likely white American (not even first- or second-generation), so your only ties to your ancestry are romanticised notions of a country you've likely never even been to, much less experienced as a culture.

11/6/2018 10:55:22 AM

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