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    Re: Introduction To National-anarchism

    I guess I just don't understand how it could be practically implemented if it is a total absence of government. It seems like it would just fall apart into chaos. There would be isolated groups who...
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    Re: Introduction To National-anarchism

    I just reviewed it, and I guess it doesn't really. I must have picked that up from another source on the subject. My bad.

    Teutonicmensch:

    What you describe there sounds like a decentralized...
  3. Important!  Re: Secrets of the Antarctic Reich.

    It doesn't make any sense. Sure they might have originally been a settlement there. But without supplies from the mother country how would they have been able to construct space or provide food for...
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    Re: Introduction To National-anarchism

    I'm familiar with anarchism that was popularized in the 70's by the punk movement in England. Bands and collectives like Crass for instance. But to me that kind of anarchism seems totally distinct...
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    Re: Making it official in Nova Scotia?

    Hopefully we can make it happen some day. I take it you're amongst the diaspora?
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    Re: Introduction To National-anarchism

    I don't entirely understand anarchism in this context. I thought anarchy was a total rejection of the state, to be without rulers.
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    Re: Stop or humanize the seal hunt in Canada

    Such garbage. You have no idea how tired we are of hearing this crap. These people are the self serving ones.

    For starters the seal population is not in any danger. It has been continuing to...
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    Re: Nova Scotia: Muslims vs Acadians???

    The new immigration plan is the bell tolling on both Anglo-Scots and French culture in Nova Scotia. I oppose it thoroughly.
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    Re: French Canadian "Terrorists"

    The FLQ has been defunct for a number of years now. As much as I support any sort of seperatist and nationalist sentiment, they really didn't do much to further their cause. All they did was piss...
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    Re: Negroid Vikings Roamed Northern Europe

    Pretty ridiculous article.
  11. Thread: Prussian Blue

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    Re: ABC's Biased, Hateful Views of Prussian Blue

    This shit is just embrassing. I'm sorry, I know you all hold these girls and the idiots defending them up as some sort of light and beacon, but it's ridiculous.
    For starters the music they make...
  12. Poll! I still don't think we see eye to eye on this,...

    I still don't think we see eye to eye on this, but I've made my points.
  13. Poll! One other thing. Scotland and Norway before...

    One other thing. Scotland and Norway before about 1800 were my Fatherlands. I'm interested in the history, culture, and heritage from before then and how it shaped what I have now. However,...
  14. Poll! These lands ARE the lands of my forefathers. Are...

    These lands ARE the lands of my forefathers. Are my ancestors who lived in Nova Scotia any less important or significant then those that lived in Scotland? NO! They chose to relocate here and they...
  15. Poll! Why wouldn't it be my Fatherland? If I went to...

    Why wouldn't it be my Fatherland? If I went to live in Scotland now which is where my ancestors originally moved from, or Norway which is where another side came from, I would find noone living a...
  16. Poll! Psh, bullshit. I'm no traitor to the Nordic...

    Psh, bullshit. I'm no traitor to the Nordic spirit because I won't leave Nova Scotia or Newfoundland to go live in Norway or Scotland, the lands of my ancestors. My family has been in this part of...
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    Re: Nordic Skin fair or more tan?

    That depends if you work outside all day or sit behind a computer. You'd be hardpressed to find many fair and pale commoners a hundred years ago. The rich and noble women maybe. But anyone else...
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    Re: Making it official in Nova Scotia?

    Yes I most definitely would. I would also like to see us seperate from Canada while we still have some of our culture left. I picture some sort of union between Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and...
  19. Thread: Intro

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    Both sides of my family are firmly rooted in Nova...

    Both sides of my family are firmly rooted in Nova Scotia. My ancestors came from British Isles and Norway. I'm unsure about my mothers side, but my fathers side arrived from Scotland close to 200...
  20. Thread: Highland Games

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    Where are you at?

    Where are you at?
  21. Thread: Highland Games

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    "On 25 September 1915 near Loos and Hill 70,...

    "On 25 September 1915 near Loos and Hill 70, France, prior to an assault on enemy trenches and during the worst of the bombardment, Piper Laidlaw, seeing that his company was shaken with the effects...
  22. Thread: Intro

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    Ah, hey Stig. Didn't know you were active here. ...

    Ah, hey Stig. Didn't know you were active here. Lately I've signed up for all of Skadi, Blut und Boden, and Nordish for the wealth of information. Sometimes discussion is a bit slow and turns into...
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    My name is Ryan and I was born and raised in Nova...

    My name is Ryan and I was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada. I myself live in an area which is becoming increasingly urbanized but we have a farm in our family which I spend time at, and on the...
  24. Thread: Highland Games

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    I do consider myself very fortunate to live where...

    I do consider myself very fortunate to live where I do, the Eastern Coast is a wonderful place.
  25. Re: Depictions of Life on the American Frontier (Historical Art)

    Great art, I love the depictions of the Scots. I also have a great interest in and respect for the peoples of Native America. It's amazing how dedicated they were and how well they fought and...
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