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    AW: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    My dad is nationalistic, my mom is conservative and nonracist. My sister is completely nonnationalistic nearly like Nordgau's sister.


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    Re: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    Quote from thiedischer
    The only true conservatives are the "Paleoconservatives", which I count myself among.
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    Re: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    My mother was raised in a typical pacifist/conservative/roman-catholic/left-wing nationalist bourgeois household. Alas, the sixties didn't do her any good.

    My dad is a conservative (due to his roman-catholic background) and montanist, disliked hippies and the sixties - however, since he places so much faith in the church as an institute, he degenerated with it, for at least forty years. My father participated only in one political activity during his life - a Flemish rights demo when he was 19, on exactly the same day he left the army.

    I converted my brother to racialism/conservatism. He and I live in a big room during the weekend - there's a large pamflet on the door, which has to remind us to do what's right. Above the door, there's another self-made slogan: 'Wir kapitulieren niemals'.

    She became the living feminist dream: a very succesful and educated woman. Anyway, to a certain degree I'm very proud of her, but she's forever lost to cultural Marxism... not that it matters doesn't, since my brother and me are the new generation, and to us - the modern world means nothing. We don't relate to it, we despise this unholy order.

    I confuse my mother thoroughly with my viewpoints, I know my mum wanted to classify me as a 'Vlaams Belanger', someone supporting our Flemish nationalist party (the source of all evil in Flanders, if you gotta believe our pathetic society, which has its eyes, the ones of my mum - in our own home!).

    It's a very, very difficult position to be in - for anyone who loves his parents, and most certainly for a conservative boy.

    She can't label me, and so, she asked me once what I really believed. That question was important, 'cause it showed me that there's no democracy in Flanders. She couldn't link me to a party, neither to a place in the currently existing right-left value sheme, ranging from leftish to radical leftish thinking - with its capitalists who easily pose as socialists and liberals. Thus my mother realized something very important, I guess...

    We had our fights. We shut up about politics at home, for now. I think my mum holds it that my stance is only a temporarily phase, or maybe not, in any event, she made peace with my world of thought, for the moment.

    If only my mum wasn't such a TV-addict, things could be very different. When I'm watching tv with my parents - five minutes weekly - I feel such anger for the box that I have to leave the room.

    When I'm alone with my dad, we talk about politics. And he's slowly getting converted, it may take a year or two, maybe three. He called me 'a German', laughingly, at the phone, last week ...but deep beneath his white skin, he knows racial mixing is a cardinal sin, also in GOD'S order.

    Yeah, soon I'll write silly Gothic feel-sorry-for-myself-poems about death and torment, pain, rejection, nihilism, blackness - and not being understood by mum and dad.
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    Re: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Parsifal
    My mother was raised in a typical pacifist/conservative/roman-catholic/left-wing nationalist bourgeois household. Alas, the sixties didn't do her any good.

    My dad is a conservative (due to his roman-catholic background) and montanist, disliked hippies and the sixties - however, since he places so much faith in the church as an institute, he degenerated with it, for at least forty years. My father participated only in one political activity during his life - a Flemish rights demo when he was 19, on exactly the same day he left the army.

    I converted my brother to racialism/conservatism. He and I live in a big room during the weekend - there's a large pamflet on the door, which has to remind us to do what's right. Above the door, there's another self-made slogan: 'Wir kapitulieren niemals'.

    She became the living feminist dream: a very succesful and educated woman. Anyway, to a certain degree I'm very proud of her, but she's forever lost to cultural Marxism... but that doesn't matter, since me and my brother are the new generation, and to us - the modern world means nothing. We don't relate to it, we despise this unholy order.

    I confuse my mother thoroughly with my viewpoints, I know my mum wanted to classify me as a 'Vlaams Belanger', someone supporting our Flemish nationalist party (the source of all evil in Flanders, if you gotta believe our pathetic society, which has its eyes, the ones of my mum - in our own home!).

    It's a very, very difficult position to be in - for anyone who loves his parents, and most certainly for a conservative boy.

    She can't label me, and so, she asked me once what I really believed. That question was important, 'cause it showed me that there's no democracy in Flanders. She couldn't link me to a party, neither to a place in the currently existing right-left value sheme, ranging from leftish to radical leftish thinking - with its capitalists how easily pose as socialists and liberals. Thus my mother realized something very important, I guess...

    We had our fights. We shut up about politics at home, for now. I think my mum holds it that my stance is only a temporarily phase, or maybe not, in any event, she made peace with my world of thought, for the moment.

    If only my mum wasn't such a TV-addict, things could be very different. When I'm watching tv with my parents - five minutes weekly - I feel such anger for the box that I have to leave the room.

    Yeah, soon I'll write silly Gothic feel-sorry-for-myself-poems about death and torment, pain, rejection, nihilism, blackness - and not being understood by mum and dad.
    My advice. Just pretend none of the racialist stuff matters to you when your around your parents. It will go much easier. You can't convert people who already have entrenched views.

    Anyways about the Gothic poems. We should have a poetry contest sometime and have people vote for the best favorite poems.

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    AW: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    My whole family is very conseravtive. My dad has tendencies to be far-right, but is supporting the democratic system, anyway. (like me). My mother is mostly apolitical, but she dont like alien invasion into our country and so on. ("They should go back to from where they came...")
    My grandfathers were rightwing-democratic, too. One time my maternal grandfather told to my mother (long before I was born): "You better marry a criminal than a foreigner!!!" ... *g* Well, my maternal grandfather was kinda like Vito Corleone in "The Godfather" - only without the mafia-things. He simply was very into patriarchy...he was the defintive center and "chief" of the whole family-clan! What he said had to be done. And ALL members of our family (around 30 people with all uncles, aunts, et cetera) did so.

    But after fall, no one in my family was or is anti-democratic or fascist. Both of my grandfathers served in WW2 for Germany, and they said "Some things were good, some things were bad" back then. They saw the Holocaust etc. as a true shame for every rightful patriot.

    So Im not far away from the ideology of my family.

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    Re: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    No. My mother is a silly Greek-American that is totally apolitical and lives in her own world, and my father used to be a passionate Maoist in his youth :chinese

    Now he is a ruthless capitalist, what did you expect? Huh

    My mother would never admit of being racist (and I don't think she is) but she exhibits some kind of natural aversion for other races, without being able to pinpoint why. I call this a natural health response of the organism.

    My father, on the other hand, is the epitomy of liberalism and a passionate advocate of multiculturalism. If he hadn't been already married to a greek woman, I would not be surprised to see him with a :negress

    Does this create any tension between us?

    Don't ask

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    Re: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    Both of my parents are conservative ,religious with some antisemitic ideas and even they never admit that they are racialists are against immigration and race mixing!The tragedy is that both vote the centre-right conservative party!
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    Vedr: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    My parents are communists. My father even used to live in Israel. Oh yes...


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    Re: Vedr: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    Quote Originally Posted by ardho me bhava
    My parents are communists. My father even used to live in Israel. Oh yes...

    Do they know about your racial awareness? If so, is your relation with them still good?

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    AW: Is your family racialist/conservative?

    Well, my family believes in a funny mix-up of liberal, democratic and individualistic ideas. Every human being on earth has a right to live, racial differences are non-existent, Hitler and the National Socialists were the worst thing that ever happened to the world. Everything connected with National Socialism is very evil and for advocating it, I am the black sheep. One relative even accused me of being responsible for the death of my grandfather. In his opinion, he could not deal with my convictions (which is utter bullshit - he died of the results of a very unhealthy way of living ). This relative has boken ties with me some time ago (I am not sad about this).
    It makes me very sad that they just cannot understand why I am doing what I am doing and that I do not mean to hurt them. They always claim that I put my "stupid ideas" above the means of family. They do not understand that without us being successful in our struggle for the re-establishment of National Socialism, there will be no future worth to live for. Sad, but true.

    Nichts kann das zerstören, was auf der Wahrheit aufgebaut ist. Wir sind das reine Gold, das im Schmelztiegel getestet werden kann. Der Schmelztiegel möge glühen und prasseln. Nichts kann uns zerstören. Eines Tages werden wir uns erheben und wieder triumphieren. Hofft und wartet!
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