Despite the ADL censorship, I still have fun watching stuff on Youtube. Sometimes it’s having a beer and chuckling at classic pro-wrestling clips from 20+ years ago or checking out some of the great Alt-Right content that hasn’t been purged. Unfortunately, my viewing enjoyment gets interspersed with commercials. One company seems particularly prevalent and annoying: “Grammarly”.
A common and ridiculous claim that I hear from blacks and the Left is that if Europeans had never enslaved Africans, Africa would be just as developed as Europe, if not more. We recently heard this in a Richard Spencer interview, where the journalist also claimed that blacks have not benefited from white supremacy, and we have also heard this after the Twitter reaction to the fictional land of Wakanda in Marvel’s Black Panther. These outlandish claims couldn’t be further from the truth.
According to the FBI, Detroit has racked up another year as “The Most Violent City in America”. It’s become such a backwater that it receives little attention compared to prime warzones like Chicago or Baltimore. It’s probably because these rival cities still have quite a ways to plummet until they reach the level of Detroit. African savagery within its city limits is such a given that nobody really bothers to discuss it anymore.
The unrest of late and the increasing volume of ever-present demands to confiscate white wealth give one cause for consideration of an ancient truth of English history. The surrender of sovereignty only begets the basis for more demands to surrender sovereignty. In this article, we will learn about the state of American sovereignty through economics, in the sense of the redistribution of real goods and services. It paints a dire picture of where we are headed in terms of our ability to satiate an alien and invader populace in our own midst while struggling to survive ourselves.
All over the West people are searching for meaning. Identities confused. Ethnicity. Language. Culture. Ancestry. They’re trying to recreate what we have lost in the last 100 years. That is all it took. 100 years and 20th century philosophy, which ultimately had its roots in Enlightenment philosophy where they killed the objective truth, attempted to kill God, and the embodiment of truth, Jesus Christ.