[T]his idea that people would just have to know “the truth” to support the cause of saving Western civilization and the White race is fallacious. People have to be inspired rather than convinced, and they won’t be inspired by a set of bell curves, IQ tables and cranial measurements. Furthermore, it reduces “the truth” to the only things that can be numbered and quantified. The problem with that idea is that our struggle is a qualitative one. We can’t “prove” that architecture has become ugly since the 20th century, for example. Yet it’s something that has to be said.
"Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought."
- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Winner of 1937 Nobel Prize in Psychology or Medicine
The Scientist Speculates: An Anthology of Partly-baked Ideas, 1965
Albert Szent-Gyorgi is famous for discovering the existence of Vitamin C.
"You’re a Christian? Bigot! The Inquisition was blah blah blah"
"You’re a Buddhist? Oppressor! I am so sick of white people taking blah blah blah"
We cannot insist that the first years of infancy are of supreme importance, and that mothers are not of supreme importance; or that motherhood is a topic of sufficient interest for men, but not of sufficient interest for mothers. Every word that is said about the tremendous importance of trivial nursery habits goes to prove that being a nurse is not trivial. All tends to the return of the simple truth that the private work is the great one and the public work the small. The human house is a paradox, for it is larger inside than out.
Read this post, please.
This blog is about the many innovations, inventions, creations and discoveries made by white people throughout history.
This isn't about hate, violence or racial supremacy. I love my people and I hope you love yours.
That said, if you say moronic things that can be proved wrong in 3 minutes on bing, don't expect to be handled with kid gloves.
NOTE: I'm not updating this blog very much at the moment. I have enough posts queued up to keep it running for the next couple of years, but I don't log in or check it regularly. Feel free to browse the archives though if you want answers to some questions.