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celticviking
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 09:57 AM
http://www.aquarticles.com/images/Africa/Part_1/m57%20Fr%20ear_P.jpg


http://wwwdelivery.superstock.com/WI/223/1890/PreviewComp/SuperStock_1890-49807.jpg

http://exploreplasticsurgery.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/plastic-surgery-repair-of-ear-gauging-indianapolis-dr-barry-eppley.jpg

http://www.eargaugeinfo.com/tunnel2.jpg



Ear stretching is a modification practiced by and originating from indigenous people of color. Tribes in various countries in Africa, Asia, Native American tribes and other indigenous lands have practiced the ritual of ear stretching for cultural, religious and traditional purposes. It has been appropriated in America and various European countries by Caucasian people who have seen this ritual in either photos or videos and either thought it looked 'cool' or maybe really admired it, but either way it is appropriated and originates from People of Color. This is a ritual that has been practiced by people of color all over the world from ancient times. Bone, horn, wood, and stone were generally carved for ear stretching, but other organic materials that had the right shape naturally, from shells to teeth and claws, were also used. Ancient Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamen is of one of the earliest known to have stretched ear lobes. It can clearly be seen in one of his more famous images on his sarcophagus.

Mummified bodies with stretched earlobes have been discovered, including the oldest mummified body discovered to date: Ötzi the Iceman (3300BC
This mummy had a stretch of somewhere between 7–11 millimeters (0.28–0.43 in) in diameter.

Gautama BuddhaGautama Buddha, an aristocratic and wealthy prince, had long stretched ears. He wore heavy gold earrings or precious stones as a status symbol, and the weight stretched his ear lobes dramatically. When he finally renounced his wealth and discarded his jewelry, his ear lobes were permanently stretched As a way of remembering Buddha's act of personal self-sacrifice in walking away from his wealth, all succeeding images of Gautama Buddha show his stretched ear lobes sans jewelery.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stretching_(body_piercing)


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8f/Mursi_woman.jpg
Mursi woman

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/68/Tribes_woman_with_ear_piercing.jpg
Thai hill tribe woman

Astrid Runa
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 09:27 PM
I quite like tunnels and plugs. I would never get one (I have two piercings in each ear and getting a tunnel would ruin that. Also, I'm not willing to put myself through the pain of ear stretching).
But I think it's kinda cool when my friends who had them in school would hang things like earphones or pencils in the holes left behind by their tunnels or plugs.

Gugnir
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 09:52 PM
How any self-respecting Aryan person can like these degenerate negroid trappings is far, far beyond me. Having your ears gauged should be a litmus test for deportation to Africa. You want to look like negroes, you can go live with them.

-Gugnir

Sehnsucht
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 09:56 PM
The most disgusting looking and stupid trend. :|

http://poorlydressed.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/fashion-fail-for-some-odd-reason.png

Astrid Runa
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 10:09 PM
The most disgusting looking and stupid trend. :|

http://poorlydressed.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/fashion-fail-for-some-odd-reason.png

Wrong. So very, very wrong.
There are a few people where I work who have tattoos and piercings, myself included.
Obviously for health and safety reasons any facial piercings have to be removed, as do plugs and tunnels, but they'll employ you even if you have them.

Unity Mitford
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 10:17 PM
It is fine for the Supermarket, yes, Astrid...

Astrid Runa
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 10:22 PM
It is fine for the Supermarket, yes, Astrid...

Not just in supermarkets, Unity.
Clothing shops, coffeehouses, sandwhich bars, yeah.

Edie
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 10:56 PM
I fully support making something which is ugly (the human body) even uglier, and I have nothing but admiration for anyone who endeavours to reach his maximum ugliness potential.

Gugnir
Friday, February 10th, 2012, 11:08 PM
I fully support making something which is ugly (the human body) even uglier, and I have nothing but admiration for anyone who endeavours to reach his maximum ugliness potential.

I have no idea how you could be so misanthropic as to really believe something like this. We are the Aryans, the people of light. We are beautiful, our bodies are beautiful (if we maintain them). We should not hate ourselves, but be all we can be, and ripping our earlobes apart does not further that goal.

-Gugnir

Frostbite
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 12:26 AM
I think small gauges are ok, I don't get the appeal of the really large ones. They don't look good to me and it seems so painful!


I'm a wuss though, it took me years to get my ears pierced.

Thusnelda
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 01:06 AM
Out of all these new "lifestyle" fashion trends, ear gauging is definitely the most dumb, ugly and stupid trend I can think of. :thumbdown It clearly originates in some backward regions of Africa where several negro tribes used to do that for thousands of years, but how any person of European heritage could do that to his or her body is just completely incomprehensible to me. :| With all due respect, but I can nothing but laugh about such people and their dumbness factor. :shoot Theyīre making a clown out of themselves.

I would call it "Entartet".

http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs45/f/2009/073/b/5/1_Inch_Ear_Gauge_by_NETH7.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_t4ysQ6fEJWI/TSuW6jyDW3I/AAAAAAAABpg/sEB0dnQZOPY/s1600/eargauge4.jpg

http://www.buzzle.com/img/articleImages/129771-37614-58.jpg

http://s3.hubimg.com/u/4568918_f260.jpg


How to treat such people properly :P:

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-CvwFIUenNmg/Tl4dw8aByLI/AAAAAAAAAhc/eO7bg1IuHiI/tumblr_lomu93F7TI1qa7avuo1_500.jpg

Advanced treatment 2.0:

http://i44.tinypic.com/o76adk.jpg

:D :D

paraplethon
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 01:22 AM
Not just in supermarkets, Unity.
Clothing shops, coffeehouses, sandwhich bars, yeah.

All service industries - work that doesn't really require much in the way of grey matter, and unless you happen to own the business - isn't much in the way of a 'career'. We've noted the slow change over the last 15 years seeing people donning such attire into these roles - yet if people so much want to dress themselves up in such ways they have to realize they are well and truly limiting their options as far as their future is concerned.

One could well say: "The folly of youth" as in some years such ridiculous 'individualism' is bound to be regretted.

Haliaeetus
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 01:53 AM
Monkey see - monkey do...

CruxClaire
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:44 AM
The small ones are tolerable, but the large ones look painful and generally hideous, in my opinion. Fifty years from now, half the elderly people will have earlobes all stretched and hanging in tatters. Ick. I have two regular earlobe piercings in each earlobe, and I might be willing to eventually get my ear cartilage (but not more than once per ear, and not those awful "industrial" piercings), but I wouldn't even consider gauging my earlobes.

I don't care where it originated or who does it - it looks bad. Period.

Hersir
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:12 AM
Piercings and ear gaugings are non-Germanic and originate in Africa.

Especially tunnels and plugs in looks ridicilous.

http://community.tribalectic.com/files/images/vic%20smiley%281%29.jpg

http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lltzveBDop1qkc61vo1_250.jpg
http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l5kjlpVbEt1qzj1pdo1_500.png

http://greatpiercingshop.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Nose-Piercing.jpg

http://greatpiercingshop.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Scalpelled-Labret.jpg

But I think it's kinda cool when my friends who had them in school would hang things like earphones or pencils in the holes left behind by their tunnels or plugs.Yeah, it will be really cool when they are 20 years older, I bet.

"So in addition to a girlfriend I decided I don't want a job either"
http://i.imgur.com/masNH.png

Astrid Runa
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 12:58 PM
Thusnelda, that's just plain immature.
Hersir, the pictures you posted are indeed disturbing. I don't agree with stretching noses and lips. It looks horrible. I don't wanna see peoples brains through their tunnels.
But stretching is a part of our culture now. If you don't like it, don't get it done. Simple as. So quit complaining.
I'd get the bridge piercing, though. Why? Because I wear glasses and you can turn a bridge piercing into glasses by attatching specially designed frames. Means I don't have to worry about breaking my glasses when I'm not wearing them :p

Sehnsucht
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:33 PM
But stretching is a part of our culture now.

Yeah everyone, get with the 21st century. We can all do whatever we like. Free country and all that.

It's also a multicultural and multiracial society and you can never change that, it is our culture now.

Also, only a minority of mongs do that to their ears.

Astrid Runa
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:41 PM
Yeah everyone, get with the 21st century. We can all do whatever we like. Free country and all that.

It's also a multicultural and multiracial society and you can never change that, it is our culture now.

Also, only a minority of mongs do that to their ears.

My friends aren't "mongs", thank you very much, mate.
And don't patronise me. The very last thing I need right now is someone like you pretending they're superior.
All I'm saying is that if you don't like it, then just ignore it. Seriously. What people do with their bodies is of no concern to you. What you need to focus on is getting the non-whites out of our country. Leave fellow whites alone.

Sehnsucht
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:42 PM
My friends aren't "mongs", thank you very much, mate.

What they do to their ears portrays a different message.

Astrid Runa
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:47 PM
What they do to their ears portrays a different message.

And? Your point? Why is it any concern of yours what they do with their bodies? Why should you care?
Also, don't insult my friends. That's not a good idea. Just ask anyone on the forum what happened the last time someone on here did that.

Sehnsucht
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:49 PM
They shouldn't get terrible piercings if they are sensitive about criticism.

Astrid Runa
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 02:59 PM
They shouldn't get terrible piercings if they are sensitive about criticism.

What makes you think they give a flying foxtrot about what anyone else thinks?
They don't. Neither do I. What I was to know is how it's any of your business, or why you seem to think that dealing with what white people do culturally is more important than ridding our country of non-whites.
It's their lives. Again, none of your concern. I honestly thought this forum was about how much we hate non-whites, not about how much we hate fellow whites who have tunnels, plugs, piercings and tattoos.

Haliaeetus
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:04 PM
What makes you think they give a flying foxtrot about what anyone else thinks?
They don't. Neither do I. What I was to know is how it's any of your business, or why you seem to think that dealing with what white people do culturally is more important than ridding our country of non-whites.
It's their lives. Again, none of your concern. I honestly thought this forum was about how much we hate non-whites, not about how much we hate fellow whites who have tunnels, plugs, piercings and tattoos.


Well by having those things you do a great disservice to your nation by making the tribal atmosphere appealing to the racial others who still live in tribes in their homeland.
As a nationalist, you should understand that YOU represent your nation. And so, your behavior reflects upon it.

Hersir
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:07 PM
I care about what my fellow Germanics do, I want them to be in good health etc. It is certainly my business and my concern, I care about my nation and our peoples.

So people should be free to do whatever they want? I don't agree.

These people who look like they belong in the circus will end up unemployed, and it's my tax money who will pay for their foolishness.

In my opinion we should hold ourselves to higher standards than these people posted in the thread. Maybe we should be more harsh towards our own people than to the negroes, we should have better principles.

Sehnsucht
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:13 PM
What makes you think they give a flying foxtrot about what anyone else thinks? They don't. Neither do I.

What was with the vague threat that they would do something and they had done something to a Skadi forum member who had offended them before? That is not the behavior of somebody who does not give a flying Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo.

What I was to know is how it's any of your business, or why you seem to think that dealing with what white people do culturally is more important than ridding our country of non-whites.

Foreigners that have similar qualifications to a native might win some brownie points over them in a recruitment process purely on what they look like and how they present themselves. It also bothers me because I have to look at their disgusting self inflicted defects on the bus.

It's their lives. Again, none of your concern.

Sadly I am not the dictator of the UK at this time, so I can't force people to not get gauges, so you are right to some extent.

I honestly thought this forum was about how much we hate non-whites, not about how much we hate fellow whites who have tunnels, plugs, piercings and tattoos.

Is whining about darkies all this forum is for? Would make it pretty boring to be honest. Do we have to praise everything white people do?

Astrid Runa
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:14 PM
Well by having those things you do a great disservice to your nation by making the tribal atmosphere appealing to the racial others who still live in tribes in their homeland.
As a nationalist, you should understand that YOU represent your nation. And so, your behavior reflects upon it.

FYI, my ears aren't stretched. I don't like stretching. I tried it and I hated it.
I have 3 tattoos, a tongue bar and four piercings in my ears (two on each lobe).
And my ancestors were tribal. The Picts were tribal. The Celts were tribal. The Picts painted themselves and even dyed their hair with lime water. Sorry if I'm living up to what my ancestors did, and just because you don't need to do those things to remind yourself of who you are, some of us do. Some of us enjoy the pride that comes with reminding ourselves of where we came from, what our ancestors did, and showing other people who we are. While the Viking side of my ancestry may not have done that, the other half of my ancestry did, and I'm proud of that.

Linden
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:16 PM
A guy was expelled from my school a couple of years ago for having his ear gauged. Following his expulsion, he was unable to re-enter the education system because his appearance did not meet the uniform policies of any schools in the local area. Since then he’s been unable to find employment. I don’t feel sorry for him at all. People like this might as well save themselves the discomfort of having drooping ear lobes by tattooing ‘IDIOT’ across their foreheads instead! :P

The last time I saw the guy in question his ear was particularly unsightly. I heard that somebody crept up behind him in a bar and snipped his ear lobe with a pair of scissors. :lol

Haliaeetus
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:30 PM
FYI, my ears aren't stretched. I don't like stretching. I tried it and I hated it.
I have 3 tattoos, a tongue bar and four piercings in my ears (two on each lobe).
And my ancestors were tribal. The Picts were tribal. The Celts were tribal. The Picts painted themselves and even dyed their hair with lime water. Sorry if I'm living up to what my ancestors did, and just because you don't need to do those things to remind yourself of who you are, some of us do. Some of us enjoy the pride that comes with reminding ourselves of where we came from, what our ancestors did, and showing other people who we are. While the Viking side of my ancestry may not have done that, the other half of my ancestry did, and I'm proud of that.


Then you should change "Nationalist" on your profile to "Tribalist". As the two concepts cancel each other out so you can`t be both. :)

Sehnsucht
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 03:38 PM
Then you should change "Nationalist" on your profile to "Tribalist". As the two concepts cancel each other out so you can`t be both. :)

More like Second-Rate Historical Reenactionist. :D

Frostbite
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 04:25 PM
You can buy regular earrings that look like plugs, but don't stretch.


I have two nose piercings and six ear piercings, but I can't for the life of me understand the stretching. I've seen people with ripped or missing ear lobes because they messed up the stretching.

Elfriede
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 04:37 PM
I knew someone who gauged his ears out really big and tried to join the army. They let him in but only after he got an expensive surgery to correct his ears. They still didn't look normal after the surgery. The whole thing was completely pointless. I personally don't see any aesthetic value in it, and it looks especially bad when women do it!

Out of Germania
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 04:45 PM
Mummified bodies with stretched earlobes have been discovered, including the oldest mummified body discovered to date: Ötzi the Iceman (3300BC). This mummy had a stretch of somewhere between 7–11 millimeters (0.28–0.43 in) in diameter.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stretching_%28body_piercing%29

Hersir
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 04:55 PM
I think a lot of the trouble with today's youth is that you no longer inherit your identity, but you create one.

Haliaeetus
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 05:03 PM
I think a lot of the trouble with today's youth is that you no longer inherit your identity, but you create one.


Hmm... perhaps more of a - the media makes several identity tribes and then kids choose to which one to belong. And so depending on which one is chosen goes everything related to it - tattooing, piercing, drugs, alcohol, violence... etc.

Thusnelda
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 07:05 PM
Thusnelda, that's just plain immature.
What is immature about it? We were asked about our personal opinion on "Ear Gauging" and I gave my opinion on it, thatīs all I did. You can like or dislike my opinion but Iīm not going to change it. I think that people who gauge their ears look laughable - like awkward clowns - and are indeed pursuing a degenerate and sick lifestyle trend. Itīs not only a permanent mutilation of your ears, no, itīs also a result of superficial group pressure gone mad. :|
But stretching is a part of our culture now.
Mass Immigration is part of our "culture" as well now, but that doesnīt mean that Iīm going to accept it.
If you don't like it, don't get it done. Simple as. So quit complaining.
Well, youīre complaining about my opinion at the moment, not the other way around. :P You felt insulted by my views because some of your friends have gauged ears. Do I know your friends? No, I donīt. So I doubt it bothers them in any way.

You need to accept that - if you do alter your bodies the one way or another - not everyone will like it or is going to accept it. Thatīs not "immature", thatīs just a sign of differing views. :)


I have 3 tattoos, a tongue bar and four piercings in my ears (two on each lobe).
And my ancestors were tribal. The Picts were tribal. The Celts were tribal. The Picts painted themselves and even dyed their hair with lime water. Sorry if I'm living up to what my ancestors did
As far as I know, thereīs no single bit of evidence that the Celts or the Picts had tongue bars as a common body modification while it is proven that many African or Asian cultures meddle with their tongues...
The tongue is one of the most vulnerable body parts, and the holes and scars caused by tongue bars will never fully heal again. Chances are high that your gustatory senses took some harm which will show up in the future.

Astrid Runa
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 07:20 PM
What is immature about it? We were asked about our personal opinion on "Ear Gauging" and I gave my opinion it, thatīs all I did. You can like or dislike my opinion but Iīm not going to change it. I think that people who gauge their ears look laughable - like awkward clowns - and are indeed pursuing a degenerate and sick lifestyle trend. Itīs not only a permanent mutilation of your ears, no, itīs also a result of superficial group pressure gone mad. :|

Mass Immigration is part of our "culture" as well now, but that doesnīt mean that Iīm going to accept it.

Well, youīre complaining about my opinion at the moment, not the other way around. :P You felt insulted by my views because some of your friends have gauged ears. Do I know your friends? No, I donīt. So I doubt it bothers them in any way.

You need to accept that - if you do alter your bodies the one way or another - not everyone will like it or is going to accept it. Thatīs not "immature", thatīs just a sign of differing views. :)


As far as I know, thereīs no single bit of evidence that the Celts or the Picts had tongue bars as a common body modification while it is proven that many African or Asian cultures meddle with their tongues...
The tongue is one of the most vulnerable body parts, and the holes and scars caused by tongue bars will never fully heal again. Chances are high that your gustatory senses took some harm which will show up in the future.

Where did I say that the Celts and Picts pierced themselves? Seriously.
And can I see some evidence for that latter statement, please?

Out of Germania
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 07:30 PM
Piercing is an ancient practice found in Europe too although it mostly concerned the ears. But ear piercing is also body alteration, so if you frown on 'unnatural' modifications you should also reject ear piercing.

An earring found in an Alamannic grave in Germany, dated ca. 6th or 7th century C.E.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b0/Biigabe1.jpg/800px-Biigabe1.jpg

Further, read about the history of piercing, men did it too:

According to The Anatomie of Abuses by Philip Stubbs, earrings were even more common among men of the 16th century than women, while Raphael Holinshed in 1577 confirms the practice among "lusty courtiers" and "gentlemen of courage."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Body_piercing

Hersir
Saturday, February 11th, 2012, 08:08 PM
Looks more like a brooch to me. Having such large earrings would be a big disadvantage in battle. This couldn't have been normal, since there are almost no finds of these ear rings in male graves.

celticviking
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 12:02 AM
I honestly thought this forum was about how much we hate non-whites, not about how much we hate fellow whites who have tunnels, plugs, piercings and tattoos.

This forum is not about hate, it is about love.
The love to preserve our own heritage.
I didn't say anything about normal ear piercings or tattoos.
I just saw lots of White people in town with these ear gauging.
It doesn't have anything to do with our culture and now it has become "cool".
Even you think it is cool. Well sometimes "cool things" are not always good for our heritage. Race mixing and mass immigration is seen as "cool" to some people. I honestly thought you were a Nationalist and wanted to preserve your traditions. In my country the Kilts are seen as "uncool" and ear gauging is seen as "cool". In your country, the United Kingdom, I don't think Queen Elizabeth 1, William Wallace, Oswald Mosley, Unity Mitford, Diane Mitford, Nick Griffin or any other famous people that have shown a bit of Nationalism in the past would like ear gauging. I don't see how you can call yourself a Nationalist and yet you don't want to preserve the traditions of your country. The Germanic and the Celtic people did not do ear gauging and I don't see how you can like it.
Skadi is about the love of our own traditions and culture. We can be interested in other cultures but It doesn't mean we have to copy them.

Haliaeetus
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 02:25 AM
Piercing is an ancient practice found in Europe too although it mostly concerned the ears. But ear piercing is also body alteration, so if you frown on 'unnatural' modifications you should also reject ear piercing.


I do reject. And so does my daughter. And I like that. :thumbup

Linden
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 03:31 AM
If you are willing to do this to your own body what else are you capable of inflicting upon yourself? Call me bigoted, but I strongly believe that people who mutilate themselves in this manner deserve all of the ridicule they receive. I fail to see how anybody would think that slicing a gaping hole through their own ear lobe could possibly be a good idea. Some people need a nice big dose of reality, it seems. If you are going to disagree with me please answer the following question:

In what way does ear gauging/mutilation add value to a persons life?

GroeneWolf
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 04:41 AM
Looks more like a brooch to me. Having such large earrings would be a big disadvantage in battle. This couldn't have been normal, since there are almost no finds of these ear rings in male graves.

I would call it plain stupid. You just risk having your ear being ripped of if get stuck on a weapon that just missed your head or had bounced of the helmet.

Huginn ok Muninn
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 06:37 AM
What people do with their bodies is of no concern to you. What you need to focus on is getting the non-whites out of our country. Leave fellow whites alone.

It's their lives. Again, none of your concern. I honestly thought this forum was about how much we hate non-whites, not about how much we hate fellow whites who have tunnels, plugs, piercings and tattoos.

What other people do is of no concern to him or to me or to any of the rest of the extended family? Would you say the same about someone who chose to have children with a negro from darkest Africa? Does this person's actions have no effect on the rest of us? Of course it does... they have individually altered and destroyed a part of our culture and our identity. Those who pursue extreme body modifications do this as well, though not in such an egregious and permanent fashion. They themselves are a part of our Germanic family, and they are attempting to redefine what is acceptable by challenging the rest of us not to reject them outright because, well, they now look like Darth Maul or some other crazed bizarro from another planet. Bit by bit they are pushing the envelope until one day our people will all look like the bar scene in Star Wars. What must these people's grandparents think when they see the future of their families disappearing into some sort of pointless weirdness which leads only to the extinction of everything they knew and loved about their culture? I sympathise with them completely. It is beyond sad.

One of the tricks that has been played on us by the cultural marxists is the promotion of "individualism." Individualism is simply a politically correct term for selfishness, which is a quality absolutely averse to any functioning culture, and is precisely why our enemies have promoted it. While it is true that people are all unique individuals, they equally exist as members of a group or groups. These groups have cultures which are real, historical, and based upon families and extended families and their shared ways of thinking, not upon a common adherence to a strange and childish self-mutilation fetish or some other passing fad. The more "unique" we all become, the less we share, and the more we stop being a part of a folk, until all concept of folk dies out completely. It is a process, and it is the true reason cultural marxists term themselves progressives, because their agenda is simply to effect a continual progress away from all cherished traditions and toward the slaughterhouse of spirit which is their twisted marxist dystopia, where no one has any connection to anyone else other than the great tit of the state, which, as extreme individualists, they are powerless to oppose.

By the way, I really don't know why you think this site is all about hating non-whites. This site is about being positive about ourselves, and a necessary goal to preserve our folk and cultures is to evict these trespassers from our lands, because their presence here is merely a part of the enemy's plan to rob us of our identities by eventually making us into mongrelized adherents to faddish pseudo-cultures as a superficial replacement for the real sense of belonging we have as members of a true folk.

paraplethon
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 08:08 AM
Individualism is simply a politically correct term for selfishness, which is a quality absolutely averse to any functioning culture, and is precisely why our enemies have promoted it... The more "unique" we all become, the less we share, and the more we stop being a part of a folk, until all concept of folk dies out completely. It is a process, and it is the true reason cultural marxists term themselves progressives, because their agenda is simply to effect a continual progress away from all cherished traditions and toward the slaughterhouse of spirit which is their twisted marxist dystopia, where no one has any connection to anyone else other than the great tit of the state, which, as extreme individualists, they are powerless to oppose.

Bang on the noggin!

Voltan
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 12:45 PM
my brother "Huginn ok Muninn" you stated my opinion most accurately / the mases don't understand what you do and don't do effect me! / why would any mother or father allow their kids to do something like this / my work (taxes) will end up paying for these types at some point unbelievable

Astrid Runa
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 01:12 PM
my brother "Huginn ok Muninn" you stated my opinion most accurately / the mases don't understand what you do and don't do effect me! / why would any mother or father allow their kids to do something like this / my work (taxes) will end up paying for these types at some point unbelievable

I don't know how the taxing system works in America, but over here? Tax payers only pay for government funded things like Nuclear weapons and the war in Iraq. You know. Nothing of great importance. *eyeroll*

Edie
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 01:23 PM
I think a lot of the trouble with today's youth is that you no longer inherit your identity, but you create one.

The trouble is that people don't create their identities. They fasten their egos to whatever faction of society most appeals and subordinate themselves to it completely. Those who practise body modification are just part of another 'scene', another block whose appearance is designed to signal a specific set of data about itself to other blocks.

One's whole sense of self being wound up with one of these blocks is qualitatively no different from enmeshing one's individual identity in one's inherited one. Both sham identities fit themselves into the great chasm where your own character should be. I don't want to live in a society of uninteresting, undifferentiated, shallow drones, no matter what they align themselves with.

Ideally a society would comprise people of the requisite substance of character and intelligence to synthesise inherited parts of their identity with their individual selfhood. Communities are made of individuals.

Bo
Sunday, February 12th, 2012, 02:42 PM
What is immature about it? We were asked about our personal opinion on "Ear Gauging" and I gave my opinion on it, thatīs all I did. You can like or dislike my opinion but Iīm not going to change it. I think that people who gauge their ears look laughable - like awkward clowns - and are indeed pursuing a degenerate and sick lifestyle trend. Itīs not only a permanent mutilation of your ears, no, itīs also a result of superficial group pressure gone mad.

You need to accept that - if you do alter your bodies the one way or another - not everyone will like it or is going to accept it. Thatīs not "immature", thatīs just a sign of differing views.

Everybody has their opinion and mine is that I agree completely with Thusnelda. This body ''gauging'' practice is thoroughly absurd. I also agree with the others that have remarked that the people that do this sort of thing are doomed to the ridicule they are inevitably going to receive. It must be a dreadful feeling for them to know they've gone past the point of no return, though I doubt they'd ever admit it.

Voltan
Wednesday, February 15th, 2012, 07:05 AM
I don't know how the taxing system works in America, but over here? Tax payers only pay for government funded things like Nuclear weapons and the war in Iraq. You know. Nothing of great importance. *eyeroll*

well I will tell you how it works / people who work have money they earned taken from them in the form of taxes / and given to the people who don't work

and I would say the people that don't work would be the biggest percent of people who would do something like this / they are sitting at home complaining how unfair life is and the government isn't providing enough for them / so they make the decision to physically damage themself /

Kauz R. Waldher
Wednesday, February 15th, 2012, 08:41 AM
Technically, having your ears gauged is no different than having your ears pierced the traditional way. The only difference is the size of the hole, of course. But either way, you'd be getting it done for the same reason. Because you like the way it looks on another person or you want the attention you saw another person get due to the earrings. My ears were gauged once. They were very small though. Black with red Celtic knotting on them. Almost like a Triskele.
I don't see why it would be degenerate. I did allow mine to go closed however. And they closed nicely with no stretching. You must stay below a "00" in order to prevent permenant stretching.

Frostbite
Friday, February 17th, 2012, 12:23 AM
I see it this way, people are going to do stupid things to their bodies, for whatever reason.

If you do get a gauge or something, keep in mind you will be judged whether you like it or not. People do judge by appearance and the way you look says a lot about you. So you're going to have to deal with whatever attention you get, good or bad.

svartleby
Saturday, February 18th, 2012, 02:34 AM
I've got respect for the physical endurance body modification takes.

I never did gauge my ears but at one point had my septum up to a 2 gauge, although I've since let that heal shut.

That said, ear gauging has always struck me as kind of stupid, unlike most other things you can pierce/stretch or otherwise shape unnaturally it's irreversible to a degree and way too evocative of African tribes people for my taste.

Catterick
Friday, May 20th, 2016, 11:42 PM
Minor ear gouging just looks like earrings unless you take them out. This is now common enough like tattoos caught on.

I don't see a problem.

Sigurd
Saturday, May 21st, 2016, 01:56 AM
I do have some acquiantances (not many friends, and certainly no comrades) who have chosen to gauge their ear with tunnels, and I think it looks nothing short of absolutely ridiculous. It's not even pretty. In daily partlance, I tend to call them "n*gger holes". :P

The origin of the custom is definitely extra-European, and I see no reason to completely disfigure one's ears like that. When you grow tired of them, there's no real way of turning back either, you'll be left with squid rings for the rest of your life. Ear lobes are also amongst the most sensitive of areas of the human body, why disfigure them?

I'm not a particularly great fan of piercings either of any type. Whilst I do find some thought-out and well-executed tattoos aesthetically pleasing, I've always felt piercings tended to look cheap on women and either slightly faggy or slightly anti-social on men. If I were in a position to hire employees, then an applicant coming with an assortment of piercings would have a hard time getting hired, lest he completely rocked the interview.

If people wish to adorn their ears, let them wear ear-rings. That's very tasteful (I love girls wearing nice and cute ear-rings, especially traditional-style ones --- not the really huge, slutty ones, mind you) and draws all the right attention to this often otherwise very bleak area of the face. Plus, one might switch them daily, and when you grow tired of them, you just let the hole grow back together. :)

renownedwolf
Saturday, May 21st, 2016, 08:30 AM
Unlike other body modification like tattoos that can on occasion be nice works of art, ear gauging is just disfigurement and degenerate..funny you only really ever see liberal leftists with them. Nigger holes is quite an apt name for them too.

Ocko
Saturday, May 21st, 2016, 09:17 AM
The original article makes a statement that it originates in Africa but then proves their statement with quoting ancient white people like Oetzi.

The prove it originates from Africa is missing. We find that practice though in Africa today and the fashion obviously originates from there today.

That is an intellectual muddling worthy of a liberal or negro.

Widersinnig
Saturday, May 21st, 2016, 09:27 AM
I find it repulsive on a visceral level and want nothing to do with people who've done it.

Hersir
Saturday, May 21st, 2016, 11:47 AM
I have tattoes, but I always consider placement so I can hide them for work etc. I'd never get a tattoo on my face, neck, hands etc. But I guess it's vain anyways.

On ear gauging, I think it's disgusting. Usually it's a good indicator on what kind of values the person who has them holds.