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The Constitution is Not What Makes You American
A conservative trope is you must extend American values to your enemies, because freedom, right? “Yes, I vehemently oppose letting trannies dance in front of your children, but I will defend your right to do it.” Do you wonder why the gop loses? Do you think their sacred founding fathers would extend their same in-group rights to the people that hate them? Did they do this for the Indians? You think all these foreigners in this country, who hate you, deserve the same rights we extend to Americans? C’mon, man.
Americans before the common era had an understanding of themselves as part of a race, a new race, forged in the trials of the frontier. They saw themselves as emerging victorious in a brutal religious racial war against the Indians, who they did not consider American and did not extend the same rights to. The Indians were conquered, and the survivors were escorted to newly created Indian grounds, away from the rightful conquerors. The institutions in Washington and the papers they created for the governance of the country extended only to Americans. Real and true Americans who traced their lineage back BEFORE the War Between the States. Anyone else is not American by race. They’re foreigners taking advantage of the corruption of Washington’s institutions. American racialism isn’t some evil, your enemies want you to believe it is, it’s a survival mechanism peoples have used since the beginning of time.
Some basic common sense for survival: don’t give the floor to your enemies. Don’t give them power in your country. Show them no peace. Treat them as the modern liberal would treat a “Nazi.” This has already happened. The rights given to us by the American Fathers were not meant to be extended to our enemies. But as this has happened, of what use are they?
God made race divine. There would be no difference between men if race didn’t matter and it wasn’t important. Early Americans survived and thrived because of their extreme racialism and we will do the same by the same principle. In other words, our ancestors did nothing wrong. All the supposed evils are dung flung at their memory by our enemies. Never, never give their opinions the time of day. They hate you and want to destroy you, when faced with this, you must realize you’re in a fight for survival.
Much of what we attribute to the founders is actually propaganda made in the 20th Century. I’ve said before that most colonists didn’t read all the liberal thinkers we credit to the founding of the country. Most people of the time had only read the Bible. If you read something like Fisher’s The True History of the American Revolution, you discover the real reason for the War for Independence. A new elite had formed in the Plantations — the original name of the thirteen colonies — and thanks to the British Empire’s hands odd approach, they were able to acquire power. What drove the average colonist’s opposition to the Empire, however, was also the same reason for the rise of the new elite: they had always governed themselves. Freedom and sovereignty drove the early Americans.
It wasn’t the idea of equality, that all men are created equal, blah, blah, blah. Now — the Americans considered themselves equals among their contemporaries. But they understood that inequality is a fact of life. The original idea for a citizen was a WHITE MAN who was free and owned land. How many of you own land? Almost no one in America today is free.
Americans are NOT the institutions established in Washington or the documents they left behind.
When bureaucracy and crowding started to occur in the original colonies, what do you think happened? Americans went west in search of their fortunes. To not be trapped in the current hierarchy, to maintain their sovereignty. Andrew Jackson represented the first of these frontier Americans to get power in the forming country. America provided Americans opportunities long denied to our European cousins. It also forced them back into nature. Made them stronger, healthier, manlier.
It wasn’t the institutions or the founding documents that made Americans, it was this experience on the frontier. The experience of trying to survive in nature. The fight for survival affects all men. Don’t believe the lies of how bigoted and uneducated the early Americans were. You see all the inspirations the founding fathers had when they made the country. I ask you to look up a letter written to Andrew Jackson, by his mother, and ask yourself, how many people today can write like that? And she wasn’t some academic, if I remember correctly, she was a housemaid.
If you read biography of Chesty Puller, you find out he was reading Caesar’s Commentaries and books about Genghis Khan. Now, Puller is a little later, but these texts were in the country from the beginning. The education of early Americans was far superior to the education we receive today. Why else are schools dropping the old standards? Look up the kind of tests Americans took around the time of the World Wars and see how smart you really are. How far we’ve fallen comes ONLY from the anti-White vitriol of our enemies trying to import foreigners to dissolve our race, not because of our supposed “shameful and problematic history.”
No, don’t buy into the scam. Your ancestors did nothing wrong. They did what they had to. If they hadn’t, you wouldn’t be here. Survival itself demands SAVAGE DECISIONS. Nature isn’t the world given to us by “liberal democracy.” It never will be.
To survive and thrive in nature demands that you be willing to go as far as it takes to win. Our ancestors secured their sovereignty by defeating the strongest empire in the world at the time. They went on to fight a racial Holy War with the Indians to win the country and realize Manifest Destiny. These actions require strength and resolve. They require brutality and barbarism, as well as, clannish ruthlessness. Might I add, our American ancestors did all of this while subscribing to Christianity?
The melting pot is a myth to justify the intrusion of foreigners into our lands. Our ancestors cared about freedom, sovereignty, and JUSTICE. They cared about having the courage to do what was right. To not be a goddamn coward. There is famous story of the frontiersman, Kit Carson, who stumbled upon a family that had been killed and scalped by Indians. Do you know what Carson did? He hunted the Indians down and killed them all. Frontier vengeance.
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