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1969 Chevrolet Camaro

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Rita Hayworth 1951

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Happy 40th birthday to the Yankee Captain

I’m not a Yankees fan by any means, but I’ve always respected this guy.

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Bill Cooper pulls off a Twister at Eddie Bravo’s request

Cooper is no joke.


"I hate Western civilization." writes the gender-queer blogger who posts about his drug usage, promiscuity, and homosexuality, not understanding he would certainly get stoned to death in any non-Westernized nation.

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Virginia Tech cheerleaders (1955)


Virginia Tech cheerleaders (1955)


My neighbors daughter is fighting cancer for the 2nd time. This is her “Kick Cancers Ass” pose! Go Cami!

I’ve seen this before; I might’ve re-blogged it a time or two. So here it is again.

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I see, so then do you agree with the whole white genocide idea of "anti-racism actually means anti-white"? That diversity is actually just a ploy to destroy white culture?
traditionalvibe traditionalvibe Said:








What does diversity mean exactly? Does it mean mass immigration to white nations? Does it mean that white-only places are not allowed to exist? Or does it mean allowing each unique culture/ethnicity their own space to exist without having to drown out the other? If it is the latter, then I support that. But we know that that’s not what “diversity” is. 

If by diversity you mean forced integration, then I believe that anti-racism does mean anti-white since proponents of anti-racism tend to believe that 1) only whites can be racist (rather ethnocentric) and 2) that whites can never be cured of their racism, in effect making it the new original sin, while liberalism is the new puritanism. 

A couple of notes on diversity: 

  • Forced integration causes racial tension and crime. Homogeneous nations are generally more peaceful (see violent crime rates in America vs. crime in Japan or Iceland, for example— both extremely racially homogeneous nations compared with the US). 
  • Diversity of status (race, religion, disability, langauge, etc) is not useful to a society in the way that diversity of skill (like your vocation) is useful.
  • Cultural enrichment can exist without forced integration. 
  • I would also say that most communities naturally segregate based on race or ethnicity on their own in the US, most people want to be with their own, most people want to preserve their own culture and heritage rather than be told it is wrong and disgusting.
  • People communicate and relate better to people like themselves. This is a known fact. If it were not true you would not have the push from the POC community for more representation in the media so they can relate to what they see. If it were not true then POC would be fine living in a majority white country with majority white media, because it wouldn’t be a problem. 
  • And lastly, diversity seems to be only a “problem” for white majority/anglosphere nations. Does Uganda need more diversity? Does Malaysia? Japan? South Korea? How about Israel? Try telling zionists they need less ashkenazi and Eastern European Jews in Israel and more Ethiopian jews. Oh wait. They had those immigrants and then used forced sterilization to prevent them from breeding in their country. Yet the world yawns? 


Here we see a POC eloquently posting their rebuttal. Instead of addressing the issues around oppression they just want white people to suffer and take enjoyment out of it. This is why anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.

Shut up. Your blog looks like I just googled “mayonnaise” on google images. 

"Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white"

Sorry, I don’t speak white nonsense lmao

Actually you do because you’re speaking fucking English and not whatever nignog languages you might have learned in Africa

*yawns* you’re a boring ass hoe llmao

At the end of the day I’m still white.

Stimulating takes on all sides, I guess. But the stark reality is that anti-White bias has never been more ubiquitous. This is a problem, in part, because the inclination is centered upon a slavery establishment that has existed throughout the world—Africa in particular—for at least 3,000 years. In fact the persistence of this so-called debate depends on the subsistence of White guilt, which, so far as I can tell, is waning like never before.

The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted.
from President Eisenhower’s farewell address; January 17, 1961


Oracle Protesters Turn Back Illegal Alien Buses

I’m noticing a trend here … the Bundy Ranch, Murrieta, CA and now Oracle, AZ. Instead of putting their faith in their “elected representatives,” White people in the Southwest are starting to stand up to the federal government themselves. They are having some success with this and their actions are inspiring others elsewhere:

“Protesters waved “Return to Sender” signs, shoved a group of mariachi musicians and waited for a bus of immigrant children that the local sheriff told them would arrive. At one point, they briefly halted a bus before realizing it was carrying children from a YMCA.

The bus of Central American children never arrived, ending a day of protest in a small Arizona town that drew more than 100 people on both sides of the immigration debate. …”

Sen. Jeff Sessions, my elected representative, had this to say in an open letter which was hand delivered to every member of the US Congress:

“The action the President is reportedly contemplating would be a nullification of the Immigration and National Act by the Executive Branch of government. Indeed, it would be an executive nullification of our borders as an enforceable national boundary. By declaring whole classes of illegal immigrants beyond the reach of the law, it would remove the moral authority needed to enforce any immigration law, creating the very open-borders policy explicitly rejected by Congress and the people. And it would guarantee that the current illegal immigration disaster would only further worsen and destabilize.”

He’s right, of course, but powerless to do anything to stop the “executive nullification” of our borders. Federal judges and executives who refuse to enforce the law have destroyed any possibility of reforming the system through legislative means.


“Make Them Listen” Coalition Nationwide Immigration Protests (July 18 and July 19)

“Make Them Listen,” a coalition of mainstream conservative anti-immigration groups, is sponsoring protests of the “border surge” in over 319 American cities. It is already clear that hundreds of ordinary people attended the anti-immigration demonstrations on Friday. The vast majority of the protests are still scheduled for Saturday though. Check out this list to find a protest near you.

Day Two

There are still tons of photos from various demonstrations trickling onto the internet, but it doesn’t change the general picture of what took place this afternoon. Thousands of Americans participated in anti-immigration protests and demonstrations at overpasses, state capitols, Mexican consulates, and roadside at heavily trafficked intersections. The protests on Saturday were much larger and more widespread than the ones on Friday. They were all of the same character as the previous ones in Murrieta, CA and Oracle, AZ where ordinary conservatives waved ubiquitous American and Gadsden flags and carried anti-illegal immigration signs.

The Texas Nationalist Movement reportedly participated in the demonstrations in Texas. League of the South members participated in at least three locations, probably more, in Marietta, GA, Greenville, SC, and Arbutus, MD. Stormfront members participated in Lansing, MI. CofCC members participated in East Tennessee.

Day One

As I expected, the first round of demonstrations on Friday closely resembled the previous ones in Murrieta, CAOracle, AZ, and Vassar City, MI. A glance is sufficient to reveal that these protests aren’t League of the South demonstrations. The ubiquitous American flags and Gadsden flags (and the absence of the Black Cross) are the hallmark of Tea Party conservatives. In Washington, Nebraska and Kansas City, Missouri, the demonstrations were sponsored by an outfit called “Take Back America.”

In Oklahoma City, Chattanooga, Charleston, South Carolina and Arlington, Texas, there were demonstrations on overpasses. In Lansing, Austin, and Columbus, Ohio, there were demonstrations at state capitols. In Houston, Chicago, and San Bernardino, there were demonstrations across from Mexican consulates. In other places like Birmingham, Alabama, there were demonstrations at busy intersections.

On balance, the demonstrators had a fairly consistent message: secure the border, deport the illegals, and enforce the law, which at times was blended with other mainstream conservative themes like “Impeach Obama” and “America Needs Jesus.” They used a fairly consistent symbolism in that the US flag and Gadsden flag seems to have been present at all their events. Their dress was often slovenly and most of their signs were crude and handmade, but no more so than any other Tea Party demonstration. These people are essentially the talk radio crowd who have been whipped into a frenzy lately by all the coverage of the “border crisis” on mainstream conservative websites.

I could dwell on our differences which are evident to anyone who follows the Southern Nationalist movement, but in this case we share the same grievances, not to mention the same common enemies, as the “Make Them Listen” protesters. We just don’t disguise our resentments in the language of civic nationalism. We don’t cloak ourselves in the symbolism of 100 Percent Americanism either. We have our own reasons to support these protests though.

Note: “Make Them Listen” has created a permanent Facebook group to coordinate and consolidate the protest movement.

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Matthew 9:29

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