So, the protest at Alexanderplatz was lit. White Germans shouting “Wir sind das Volk” and “Freiheit” is music in one’s ears; especially given the circumstances. It also appears to be exclusively white people protesting as I’ve seen a few non-whites standing around, but usually keeping their distance. Of course, non-whites don’t obey the lockdown orders to begin with, but they do generally know better than to bite the hand that feeds them — the government. In Berlin, quite a number of people got detained when things got real. Basically, nobody was detained in 2015 in Cologne, when thousands of women were sexually assaulted by migrants. Well, none of the perpetrators were detained, anyway.
I’m urging everyone not to forget that. A lot of people I’ve talked to haven’t forgotten, so that’s heartwarming.
Similar protests have been popping up elsewhere. Mainly in America, where they even managed to get a salon owner’s jail sentence canceled. I want to say that I think there’s hope for America yet, but I don’t think it’s indicative of racial consciousness rising there. In Europe, I’ve been having a lot more inspiring conversations than with Americans in this regard. People overseas want to make fun of Germany or Sweden, but the reality is that — demographically — we are doing much, much better than the Americans are and there has been violent reprisal against the demographic shift already. The Americans, when you factor in the inflated statistics given their census definitions of “white”, America is probably around 55% white. That means that almost every second person in America is detached from the Europeans who founded America to be an extension of their homeland. If there’s no serious, racially-motivated (mostly they just bitch about “Nazis”) pushback there now, I see very little reason to believe it’s coming. I hope they will prove me wrong; I’m encouraging any American reading this right now to prove me wrong, as most of you are descended from my people too.
But regardless of how fucked your country may or may not be, regardless of how bleak it looks, the point I’m making here today is that the fight isn’t over yet: You MUST go to your local protests. I’m not telling you to do anything violent, but I am telling you that you HAVE to go out there, and we have to be out there in the largest numbers we can muster and NOT back down from the cowards in uniforms.
I truly believe that we are living through what will be remembered as the greatest turning point in human history, certainly of the 21st Century, and we cannot let this go to waste. This is basically the first thing in history that has affected everyone on the planet. These genocidal cosmopolitans have never taken a step forward with their agendas on this scale before, and the blowback that is happening is our opportunity to start an avalanche that will thwart their internationalist plots and lead us to re-discovering what it really means to be a “nation”. That is, you must understand, at the heart of all the things we are dealing with — the right of European (and indeed all) people to have their own ethnic and racial homelands.
The single most-important thing you can be doing right now, when they have us all locked down, telling us we can’t see our loved ones, we can’t associate with our countrymen, we can’t let our kids play outside, and we can’t work to feed them — all while they continue to give away our homes to people who have no relation to us, who roam freely among the streets of our ancestors, the streets they have made run red with the blood of our brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, mothers, sons and daughters — is having the courage to defy.
You have to be outside, in those same streets, and letting them know that you’re not going to take it anymore.