Thursday, June 15, 2017

Oncoming Racial Doom: The Clash of Cultures,204,203,200_.jpg
I have lived in China, Thailand, Mexico, Cambodia, and Vietnam, and have traveled in some fifty other countries. All shared what might be called the core values of civilization. Blacks seem not to. Yes, many exceptions, varied degrees, but as a culture, they were, are, different. Would that it were not true, but it is.

Curiously, what made me give up all interest in the problems of blacks was not their virulent racism, the horrendous rates of crime, or the parasitism. Instead it was the assaults by blacks and their fellow travelers on Confederate monuments, particularly in New Orleans. Similarly, the banning of the Confederate battle flag at Gettysburg, for God’s sake. For reasons doubtless opaque to the historically ignorant, this annoys me.  Why should the least productive, most criminal, most dependent of the population rewrite history that in any event they don’t know? The erasure of the South and the Confederacy by people most of whom couldn’t spell it, of Washington and Jefferson and Lee by grifters, race hustlers,  wanton illiterates and the Brownshirts of Black Lives Matter…enough.

How many think this but won’t say it?


  1. Amen...and add the muslims to that short list.

  2. Muslims are very civilised. It's just natural that we conflict with them.

    1. Muslims are very civilised. It's just natural that we conflict with them.


    2. Islam is one of the world's great religions; it's just a false religion. Often what we look down on are older traditions of theirs.

      Islam is very aggressive. Christianity has also been aggressive in the past. We used to go about tearing down pagan temples, destroying pagan works. Today we don't do that.

      I'm not suggesting we're "equally" aggressive. Islam appears to command its followers to war against unbelievers.

      Anyway, its the secularists, the nihilists, who are uncivilised. Secularists are often post-Christians, so they benefit from unstated standards, almost like a force of habit.

      Other religions are less dangerous to us; We can even coexist with them somewhat. But Islam is still civilised, even if we cannot live with Muslims.

    3. I'll maybe followup later when I have more time.

      I don't admire how Muslims treat their females, for example.

      I do like how they attempt lending without usury. That's always impressed me.

      I certainly do not like how Muslims have mistreated pagan and other religious heritage. They view it all as trash. There are exceptions, but for example Bahrain I read had destroyed old tombs. In Egypt, they hadn't respected the Pyramids. In Afghanistan and Iraq we hear things currently there.

      Anyway, I'm a Christian, but I also value the pagan. The pagan is often wise, it records our history, and it gives locals a sense of value, belonging.

      And of the major religions, I probably like Islam least. It seems to be poorly written, and its followers seem to reject all contrary information. They're zealots. Whereas, Christians today are more inclined to reconcile contradictions. For a Christian, he seeks truth. Muslims seem more to escape from reality in their faith today.

      Also, Islam appears to be potentially an empire religion. Christianity today, however, somewhat tolerates the existence of nations. Though some Christians seem to desire to rebuild Rome...

  3. Just imagine, I can, a world without blacks. Three-fourths
    would have gone to dust if whites would have minded their
    own business.
    Another great article by Fred.

    1. Another great article by Fred.

      As usual.