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Title: Remembrence Day 45AC: 100 Years Since the Seeds Were Sown
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 November 2018 at 15:59
Greetings Brothers and Sisters,
The magnitude of this day is almost incomprehensible. On this day, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, 1918, the first World War came to a close. For four long years white brothers fell at the hands of their fellow white brothers, for nothing more than the selfish desires of the Jewish controlled monarchies of Europe. Millions of white brothers lay in the dirt of France and Belgium, their names and earthly bodies lost to time. Their deaths are the greatest tragedy of that conflict, but through that war came enlightenment.
Had this war never occurred, it is most likely that CREATIVITY would have never formed. Had the First World War never occurred, Adolf Hitler would have never seen first hand the destructive nature of the Jew in his quest for ultimate power. There would be no Nazi party, there be no Nazi Germany, and there would certainly be no Second World War. All of these things contributed to the formation of our Just movement. As Ben Klassen wrote in Book II, Chapter 5 of Nature's Eternal Religion, "Adolf Hitler was not only the epitome of a man, but he best represented those qualities that shine forth in the White Race- honor, heroism, genius, creativity, leadership, and artistic spirit, and above all, the readiness to sacrifice himself for the good of his race (272)."
In the Jew's hastiness to expand their reach over the White Race, they inadvertently sowed the seeds for a White Revolution that would serve as a basis for Nature's Eternal Religion, CREATIVITY. Today is indeed a day of mourning, but let today be one of celebration as well. We should not celebrate the deaths of our fellow white brothers, but their sacrifices. Their deaths ensured the exposure of Jewish Tyranny for generations to come, and that, my dear Brothers and Sisters, is the greatest of all sacrifices. Let us make sure that their sacrifices were not in vain. We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children. - Storm

Title: Re: Remembrence Day 45AC: 100 Years Since the Seeds Were Sown
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 November 2018 at 16:40
Well stated, Brother. RaHoWa!
Title: Re: Remembrence Day 45AC: 100 Years Since the Seeds Were Sown
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 11 November 2018 at 17:33
A day we should never forget. Let us all learn this lesson and learn it well: that if the White Race continues to divide itself into fratricidal camps like "nations," we shall never regain control of our destiny. Our first loyalty is to our race! Our race is our religion! RAHOWA!