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  1. The funny thing is that most atheists are more...

    The funny thing is that most atheists are more religious in their methods and attitudes than many so-called believers. The fanaticism of the godless is rarely matched by believers because the godless...
  2. This kind of Heathenry!

    Truly, the idea of honouring multiple expressions and incarnations of the Being is not unique to any cultural group – only the nature of those expressions are unique. These native expressions reflect...
  3. Poll! Ok, then explain how the West can be Caucasian...

    Ok, then explain how the West can be Caucasian and yet Jews and Arabs are not Western? Where is the racial basis for Civilisation?



    Now you are saying that it is not a racial basis, but a...
  4. Poll! This is the essential point: regardless of the...

    This is the essential point: regardless of the genes, the Germanic peoples have guided our Civilisation through its brightest age and have decayed with our Civilisation to its darkest depths. The...
  5. I appreciate what you're saying here, but the...

    I appreciate what you're saying here, but the argument that "it's not significant because it happened so long ago" is really quite a negative attitude - and the source of why tradition and culture...
  6. Poll! This is becoming tiresome. The Caucasoid race...

    This is becoming tiresome. The Caucasoid race does not begin and end in Europe. If you accept the racial argument, you must necessarily accept Persians, Jews, and Arabs as our brothers, equals, and,...
  7. You've done your part to protect your child, but...

    You've done your part to protect your child, but we have the choice to avoid government schooling altogether. The increasing availability of resources for home-schooling means that if our children...
  8. The Pacific Theatre was not terribly significant...

    The Pacific Theatre was not terribly significant in terms of the entirety of the war - it was significant in that the US was involved and the anti-colonial movement was spearheaded by the US, but the...
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    I have a feeling that Charlemagne, Albert the...

    I have a feeling that Charlemagne, Albert the Great, Otto the Great, Friedrich Barbarossa, Richard the Lionheart, Olaf the Great, and a thousand other great Germanic heroes and leaders down through...
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    No surprise there...

    What is he doing in Germany to begin with? This is a country that regularly arrests people for doing far less than he's done. Considering his involvement in that so-called "Holocaust Denial...
  11. It sounds to me like the Germans are just more...

    It sounds to me like the Germans are just more patient than a lot of others. I grew wearing of the bombardment a long time ago. I only started questioning the official story recently, but I stopped...
  12. Get rid of the earring and put a moustache on the...

    Get rid of the earring and put a moustache on the fellow on the left and you certainly have something. Again, though, the fact that they have the suitcoats on adds to the effect: I really think a...
  13. Can someone provide the URL for the Pioneer...

    Can someone provide the URL for the Pioneer Little Europe "website" mentioned in this story? I can't seem to find it on Google or Yahoo searches.
  14. It would be very difficult to say that the...

    It would be very difficult to say that the Federalists attempted to rewrite constitution when they were the principle force behind writing it in the first place - speaking of historically inaccurate...
  15. There will be no World War III. The so-called...

    There will be no World War III. The so-called "World Wars" were European phenomena - not "World Wars" at all, but rather a second Thirty Years War that brought Civilisation crashing down. A World War...
  16. Russia has its own problems with foreigners, keep...

    Russia has its own problems with foreigners, keep in mind. However, I think we can look to Russia for the future of Europe in a genetic sense, if not a cultural sense. Russian conquest of the...
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    Asinine exchange. Socrates was a monotheist. Ever...

    Asinine exchange. Socrates was a monotheist. Ever heard of the "Form of the Good"?
  18. Poll! I really don't let it bother me much, because I...

    I really don't let it bother me much, because I know I'm a racist. I do take exception to being called a Nazi, because I don't hold to the tenets of National Socialism, and usually when called a Nazi...
  19. Poll! And here we reach the core of your theory of...

    And here we reach the core of your theory of civilisations. I certainly disagree with this approach; ideology is far too superficial to be a unifying force in civilisation - rather, I would say...
  20. Poll! Where did you get the idea my approach has...

    Where did you get the idea my approach has anything to do with Catholicism? This sounds to me like just anti-Catholic prejudice. My theories are informed by Spengler, Toennies, and Huntington - all...
  21. Poll! Yes, it is. This is the foundation of my entire...

    Yes, it is. This is the foundation of my entire argument.



    This is a stock argument. It has nothing to do with the discussion at hand, which has never denied the existence of race, but rather...
  22. The apparel oft proclaims the man, said the bard;...

    The apparel oft proclaims the man, said the bard; it's the uniform that makes the haircut look aesthetically pleasing - on hipsters it will just look pretentious and obnoxious like everything else...
  23. There's a lot here to respond to, and most likely...

    There's a lot here to respond to, and most likely I won't be able to get to it in the next couple days (holidays and all that). However, Karolvs, I did want to address one or two things.

    First of...
  24. Christianity and Christians

    I'm very sorry, this is actually quite off-topic, but I simply had to respond to Kaolvs' charges. Please feel free to reclaim the thread, Kauz.



    Oh my... where to begin...

    In all...
  25. Poll! I don't. When people miss what seem to me to be...

    I don't. When people miss what seem to me to be obvious points, I tend to get frustrated. You probably have the healthier psychological approach of the two of us.




    I have to admire the beauty...
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