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Freja
Friday, July 16th, 2004, 09:53 AM
Are you open about your beliefs, or are you still in the closet?
Have you got anyone to share your thoughts with? Do you express your beliefs through actions and/or clothing (skinheads)?

In the little town I live in, as well as in the rest of Norway, racial awareness is not a common subject of discussion. Most people accept the increasing immigration, reacting against this is frowned upon. ("We who live in one of the worlds wealthiest countries can afford to take in, feed, house and pay a zillion immigrants, who have all (...) fled from the terrors of war.")

We do have skinheads, but these groups often consist of spotty and rebellious young people who tend to conform to the rules of society as soon as they are through rebelling.
As for me, I look like every other female my age (ok, so I´m prettier :P ), and I´m not about to change that.
Finding people with whom I can share my thoughts on the subject with is nearly impossible. So I remain in the closet, looking for Åsatru- and viking groups to join, as they might have members who are open to the idea of "white pride".

Zyklop
Friday, July 16th, 2004, 12:30 PM
I´m open about my beliefs and I am not a skinhead. People usually react shocked but that´s just even more fun :D

As for skinheads: subcultural movements are counterproductive because they only promote stagnation but people who aren´t afraid of getting their hands dirty are of high value.

Pedro
Friday, July 16th, 2004, 04:37 PM
I speak total free about my ideological means, I am not a Skinhead or a violent young. I hate to fight, but I can do it. I am neither of any political movement. I will in anyone political movement enter.

It is very lamentable when anybody hates you only for your ideas. This is people with prejudices but there are not many peolpe so. The more worst is when anybody means that you are not normal: 1. I am a victim of any nazi group and they have my brain dominated. 2. I have any complex. 3. I am crazy or isolated of a reality that I not accept.

This is only, with the new knowing (?) people.

With family, friends and so, is easy and this is not a problem. They knew me.


It is very important dont accept that for the own folk and culture to fight, is a shame. The fakt is, that it is a proud (and a very great proud). Is, but, no good to say. "I hate the neggers, i will kill all the neggers" all the time -this is crazy. But the self opinions to say is important.

I dont agree that the skinheads counterproductive are, but this is a very complex question for me.

nicholas
Friday, July 16th, 2004, 04:46 PM
I live in an extremely liberal town, thus the fact that I am a white male makes people scrutinize me. I have seen minorities get by with things that if I did them I would have a mob after me.

But despite that I am open about my beleifs and am called many things which in the end have no meaning due to the meaningless of the lives of the people who spout them.

Nicholas

Gesta Bellica
Friday, July 16th, 2004, 07:15 PM
I am a declared chauvinist.
i don't shout it everytime i go out but people that get to know me discover it pretty soon, it's they problem to deal with it or not.

Tommy Vercetti
Friday, July 16th, 2004, 09:03 PM
I despise refugees and negroid immigrants and I let it be visible in my everyday life by deeds.For example there's been few incidents where I have "moved" outrageous nigger in order to get a sitting place to an old lady

Stew
Saturday, July 17th, 2004, 12:45 AM
Its tough being racial aware and wearing it on your sleeve. I'm a skin, with a normal job and average life. I make no appologies for who I am and always speak my mind on political issues. I try be be well read so I can always put forth a good argument against whatever socialist ramblings are comming from the mindless apethetic canadian drones are spewing forth. I've been harrased by the communist police force AKA the RCMP on several occasions on very loose accusations of having commited a "Hate Crime" (or thought crime if you will). I'm sure they will try and sabotage my empolyment now that i'm not running my own business anymore. I really hate this country, and all these evils in the world really make the forseeable future for me, and us all of white blood very grim indeed. It depresses me. But for as long as I live I will always be true to my race and do whatever is in my power to do that benifits our cause. People often say to me "why strees over those things you cant change" and basicly that ignorance is bliss. While true, i'd rather see the aweful truths than be blind to our demise.

But I digress.

svartabrandr
Saturday, July 17th, 2004, 12:50 AM
So far I have only revealed my racial awerness to a few and only to a limited extent. I am starting to be more open. People at my college already suspect and some will proberbly find out for sure sooner or later since Im always surfing sites with swasticas:D .

Strengthandhonour
Saturday, July 17th, 2004, 01:53 AM
My family has always been a pretty racialist family. We don't like non-whites. A while back, one of my distant cousins, wanted to get married to a Turk!! :|
But immediatly, my whole family applied pressure on her and she quickly realized what she wanted to do would be a hugeee mistake.
As of now, I try to make my friends racially aware. Most of them don't like non-whites, but not to the point where they would look down on them or commit a hate crime, they just prefer their race. However, I try to spread the thought of nationalism to everyone I meet.

Rodskarl Dubhgall
Friday, May 25th, 2018, 05:26 AM
My family were pretty socially and politically apathetic, but I forced the issues upon them by the persistence of emails over about as long as I had been here and Stormfront. 9/11 did provoke such conversation fodder.