Prussian Society of America #racist #dunning-kruger

[From "The Cry of Racism is actually a denial of participation in Racial Civil War"]

Just as any animal would never think of other animals to be “racist”, even among its own species, an animal instinctively understands that any potential outsider is a threat to its territorial grounds and its desire to breed[…]
People who cry about Racism are actually weakened shadows of their own Racial People from yesterday, because instinctively, Men of their own tribe[…]do not blame other races for being “racist”[…]
It is a complete joke that people of the era we live in think that they will somehow eradicate “racism”[…]real problem is that they do not recognize what a Race is, and the fact that Race is a Sub-species

Even Birds recognize their is a pecking order among themselves[…]
The fact that there is discussion or debate, or such open dialogue in our times that Barbarians can so openly and freely debate and discuss these topics, is a sign of chronic decline and peril[…]
Inferiors always know they are Inferior, and the only people who want to deny that some races are naturally inferior, are people who reject nature

It doesn’t matter what an Inferior speaks of, or professes that he believes, because when things come down to the most basic levels and needs of survival, the Inferior will always demonstrate their character of savagery[…]
Make no mistake, many European People are Barbarians too, it’s not just Non-Caucasians

If you are not of Pure Greek [Hellenic], Pure Roman or Pure Germanic Descent, you are a Barbarian, and you will always be a Barbarian[…]
Today, you should be answering to a German Conqueror, and it is for this same reason that even under artificial edifices and institutions in the EU for example, Germany is still looked at as the Center[…]
True Germans are not afraid to be Racist, or to correct and influence something over a Barbarian at any time, for any reason



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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