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    Post Re: Miscegenation in America

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    You must recognize the most and greatest racialists who fight for Western man are Nords?
    Name them.
    "The great African, the great ancient African! Here you have an expression, ancient African, which can be opposed to modern European, and which is at least of equal value. St. Augustine was African and he was of the ancient world; so was Tertullian. And why should we not say: 'We must Africanize ourselves ancientwise,' or 'We must ancientize ourselves Africanwise?'"

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    Post Re: Miscegenation in America

    Quote Originally Posted by galvez
    Name them.
    Practically any racialist leader in America worth mentioning. What, you think they're all Meds?

    Just some of the more commonly known: William Pierce, David Duke, Jared Taylor, Richard Butler, Don Black, Chester Doles, Kevin Strom, Kevin MacDonald (whom you admire), Rushton, Hal Turner, and more.

    Some from the past: Founding forefathers, Nathan Beford Forrest, Madison Grant, Carleton Coon (arguable, but he did believe in racial anthropology), Revilo Oliver, so many more I'm not mentioning.

    Other than Rienzi, who is a modern racialist leader who is Mediterranean and does something meaningful?
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    Post Re: Miscegenation in America

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    Other than Rienzi, who is a modern racialist leader who is Mediterranean and does something meaningful?
    I read that Rienzi is a psuedonym.

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    Post Re: Miscegenation in America

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    Practically any racialist leader in America worth mentioning. What, you think they're all Meds?

    Just some of the more commonly known: William Pierce, David Duke, Jared Taylor, Richard Butler, Don Black, Chester Doles, Kevin Strom, Kevin MacDonald (whom you admire), Rushton, Hal Turner, and more.

    Some from the past: Founding forefathers, Nathan Beford Forrest, Madison Grant, Carleton Coon (arguable, but he did believe in racial anthropology), Revilo Oliver, so many more I'm not mentioning.

    Other than Rienzi, who is a modern racialist leader who is Mediterranean and does something meaningful?
    OK, it's important to see if anything meaningful can be made out of your list. It's one thing to throw a bunch of a names into a post, and it's another to analyze them and see where they fit. To start this off, you point out that the subject deals with "racialist leader[s]." Some of the names on your list, however, are not racialist leaders. There's a difference between academics whose work is used by racists and racialist leaders.

    Additionally, since the Founding Fathers did not provide a framework for preventing the integration of Blacks in American society, they cannot be considered "racialist leaders" in the sense you are using the term.

    This leaves you with a few other names left, but the interesting thing about them is that none of them has an academic background that can be applied to race, unlike Rienzi. The rest of the names are generally not as intellectual as Yockey or Devi, with the exception of perhaps Jared Taylor: yet Taylor does not exude the intellectualism of the two just mentioned, who were part-Med. R.P. Oliver was an expert on the classics, which is why he produced no great scholarly work on race.

    It seems the intellectual might comes from Med elements, whereas the Nords are just filler or above-average organizers.
    Last edited by galvez; Sunday, January 11th, 2004 at 05:44 PM.
    "The great African, the great ancient African! Here you have an expression, ancient African, which can be opposed to modern European, and which is at least of equal value. St. Augustine was African and he was of the ancient world; so was Tertullian. And why should we not say: 'We must Africanize ourselves ancientwise,' or 'We must ancientize ourselves Africanwise?'"

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    Post Re: Miscegenation in America

    Quote Originally Posted by galvez
    OK, it's important to see if anything meaningful can be made out of your list. It's one thing to throw a bunch of a names into a post, and it's another to analyze them and see where they fit. To start this off, you point out that the subject deals with "racialist leader[s]." Some of the names on your list, however, are not racialist leaders. There's a difference between academics whose work is used by racists and racialist leaders.

    Additionally, since the Founding Fathers did not provide a framework for preventing the integration of Blacks in American society, they cannot be considered "racialist leaders" in the sense you are using the term.

    This leaves you with a few other names left, but the interesting thing about them is that none of them has an academic background that can be applied to race, unlike Rienzi. The rest of the names are generally not as intellectual as Yockey or Devi, with the exception of perhaps Jared Taylor: yet Taylor does not exude the intellectualism of the two just mentioned, who were part-Med. R.P. Oliver was an expert on the classics, which is why he produced no great scholarly work on race.

    It seems the intellectual might comes from Med elements, whereas the Nords are just filler or above-average organizers.
    Your post really makes no sense at all, but keep your delusions if you must.

    Beyond cyberjournalism, what has Rienzi done? I don't see him in the public at all. He's at least better than the Greek.

    I await your long list of Mediterranean racialist leaders.

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