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Re: Worth Reading
« Reply #20 on: August 26, 2017, 01:07:58 PM »
The left conflates race with culture. I'm OK with the equality of race (in theory at least) but I'm not stupid enough to equate the relativity of cultures. The mainstream of American culture is pretty pathetic at the moment - no thanks to leftists! - but it is still head and shoulders above ANY islamic culture (is there even a discernible difference from islamic country to country?!). I do not regard them as equal to mine, I do not respect them, and I do not want them in my community.

If that makes me a bigot then I'll wear it like a crown of thorns.

This is why I applauded Trump's meritocracy-based immigration policy. It doesn't favor artificial race-based quotas or phony "refugee' groups that everyone knows are fronts for terrorists.

Even at that, the first rule is that immigrants must want to come here to absorb into our culture - not transplant their crappy culture onto our shores.

   That's a function of numbers they come in a glut and live together work together and watch their own T.V. channels in their language and have no need to change anything.  Here years and still can't speak English that happens in a vacuum of their creation and then they bitch when people can't communicate with them.
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Re: Worth Reading
« Reply #21 on: August 27, 2017, 12:33:22 PM »
I understand the lure of value of enclaves. Comfort is, well, comfortable.

When my family moved to New Orleans we may as well have moved to the moon. Nothing could have been more alien to our experience. My parents rented an apartment in the Italian section. what we didn't know was that we were situated uncomfortably near the black section. Our neighbors were OK, polite but standoffish. I guess they had no better ideas about us than we had about them. Our landlord, who was Mexican, lived downstairs. He and his wife owned this huge tri-plex and rented out 2/3 of it. they had no time and less patience for us kids. He wasn't very well liked by his Italian neighbors and there were semi-regular verbal feuds that took place.

Of course the Italian neighbors weren't exactly shy - it seemed like anything worth saying (and even when it wasn't) was worth letting everyone within a 4-block radius know all about it. Everything from good morning greetings to spats had to be done at concert volume. It was quite unsettling for us but we got used to it.

The part that I never got used to was being chased home from school by the gangs of blacks who came out of their own neighborhoods to prey on the whites. It would seem that, even though I instinctively understood the concept of "strength in numbers" I was destined to be a lone wolf.

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Re: Worth Reading
« Reply #22 on: September 13, 2017, 11:34:58 AM »
When shizzle hits the fan...not everything will be bad...the capture below explains how the modern day Trotskyites will be dealt with...



The hotter heads will be the elite...everybody else is a slave or otherwise expendable...

National Socialists/Communist Socialist...doesn't matter...both treat life as a perishable commodity...only that which is most benefit to the state and its leadership is all that matters...
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Re: Worth Reading
« Reply #23 on: September 13, 2017, 04:40:10 PM »
I understand the lure of value of enclaves. Comfort is, well, comfortable.

When my family moved to New Orleans we may as well have moved to the moon. Nothing could have been more alien to our experience. My parents rented an apartment in the Italian section. what we didn't know was that we were situated uncomfortably near the black section. Our neighbors were OK, polite but standoffish. I guess they had no better ideas about us than we had about them. Our landlord, who was Mexican, lived downstairs. He and his wife owned this huge tri-plex and rented out 2/3 of it. they had no time and less patience for us kids. He wasn't very well liked by his Italian neighbors and there were semi-regular verbal feuds that took place.

Of course the Italian neighbors weren't exactly shy - it seemed like anything worth saying (and even when it wasn't) was worth letting everyone within a 4-block radius know all about it. Everything from good morning greetings to spats had to be done at concert volume. It was quite unsettling for us but we got used to it.

The part that I never got used to was being chased home from school by the gangs of blacks who came out of their own neighborhoods to prey on the whites. It would seem that, even though I instinctively understood the concept of "strength in numbers" I was destined to be a lone wolf.

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