Kudos to anyone who bares their white liberationist face in public as such, even if I disagree with half of their strategy.
You still *did* something.
I’m given to wonder where this Demographic Displacement is too. If you’re being Displaced to somewhere I’d very much like to know where it is so I can get there right away. Where I’m at, they don’t want me or anybody like me left alive no matter how nice they try to make it sound. There’ll be no reservations permitted us or we’d go there.
I’m not a Respectable Conservative who’ll water down the plain truth for people who hate me simply for being alive; they’re nothing more than Anti-Whites who want GeNOcide. No amount of pandering will change how much they hate us but; plain talk may make us remember to stand tall.
No Compromise, No Retreat, No Surrender, No Pandering; Ever.
I was just out there standing tall at the Florida State Capitol. Were you there?
Everything went smooth. This was the best rally since Murfreesboro. Much better location too.
The White Man March is coming March 15th; a chance for synergistic publicity if everyone does something.
I will be putting signs along the road:
what should I put on the signs?
“what should I put on the signs?”
Use my popular “missing – a future for White children” include a picture of a cute 1 year oldWhite kid.
New York Times article on secession. Mentions Texas along with world hot spots.
Tom Bowie says:
March 8, 2014 at 4:52 pm
“I’m given to wonder where this Demographic Displacement is too. If you’re being Displaced to somewhere I’d very much like to know where it is so I can get there right away.”
That’s a good point. If I was a lefty interviewing one of our side on the Tell-O-Vision, I would keep asking that question until I got an answer.
“Where are you being displaced to?”
Do we have an answer for it?
It is out of cities and counties that have been overrun by non-Whites, whose school systems have been overrun and whose economies have suffered from white flight, and into cities and counties on the ever more expensive suburban and exurban frontier.
Atlanta is an excellent example of this.
“into cities and counties on the ever more expensive suburban and exurban frontier”
The extra expense being one of the main drivers of declining fertility for people in the middle income brackets. I think most of the people I’ve known who had two kids of the same gender and stopped there would have gone for a third back in the 50s to try and get the boy or girl they were missing.
@ “There’ll be no reservations permitted us or we’d go there…”
So far, there is not even a Reservationst Movement, though. Seems like there would be by now, where is the “ARM…” American Reservationist Movement? Some people(who are “a people” and allowed to be) get reservations so large they are able to call them countries (Israel, for instance), and many other examples. The constitution attempted that, saying in the constitution, it was “for us and our posterity” (i.e., “our people”).
Apparently, it was taken away from them. Usually, when a country is taken away from “a people,” they get a Reservation.
It makes no sense then that there is no acknowledged ARM (American Reservation Movement). In such a situation, usually people say things like, “Dad really got mad and went and joined ARM.”
Found this on 4chan pol:
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! According to the 1860 US Census,
Only 1.4% of all American citizens owned slaves
Only 4.6% of White Southerners owned slaves.
However, 28% of free blacks in the Southern States owned slaves
The first slave owner in America was a black man named Anthony Johnson.(1654)
There were nearly 65,000 black Confederate soldiers and black loyals that served and worked in the Confederate forces, with some 13,000 engaging in full combat.(While they were not assigned to Infantry or Calvary, they did engage in direct combat just as SupportCom does today)
The most overlooked artifacts depicting the Confederacy is the one that is most recognized; The Confederate Monument at Arlington Cemetery. If you look at the images engraved, you will see a Confederate soldier placing his child in the arms of a black woman as he marches off to battle and a black soldier marching in rank with White confederate soldiers. And ironically, this Confederate monument is the first monument in the United States that gave honor to any black soldier