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(205) Haritaḥ

If it feels warm and safe, it isn’t real. I caught Ricardo Duchesne, a former Canadian academic turned white nationalist, asking on Twitter why, if “wokeness” is the problem, major corporations are for immigration replacement and celebrate non-whites. In other words, he’s an anti-capitalist—as all career academics are. He wants the problem to be “greedy corporations”—as opposed to “cozy” white racial solidarity. Yet it’s far worse than that—he hasn’t embraced the horror, not nearly.

Events like Rotherham happen because they are intended to happen. Decadent elites punish low-status people by destroying their families and letting outsiders rape their daughters—humans punish other humans, sadistically, to garnish their status. Social workers and policemen, who you might think exist to stop such events, actually exist to facilitate such events—those girls are trash and that is what happens to trash, not being high status enough to insulate themselves from immigration. Racial solidarity is real—to an extent—but it is nowhere near as “thick” as white nationalists like to imagine. The girls at Rotherham are not “our girls” by any means—do you consider trash your kin, how low status are you?

Corporations signal “woke” because they’re fused with the state and do what the state tells them (no, it’s not fascism; it has no spiritual element—it’s communism). Rationally, people say it’s a non-white world, even in Western countries—so adjust advertising to feature non-whites; but in reality even non-whites prefer to look at whites—so in a free market most models would be white. The market is distorted—it’s nothing to do with “capitalist greed”. Per Rotherham, humans are fucking evil and anyone who puts a sentimental complexion on this situation makes it worse (whether through actual socialism or racial socialism). It’s about status (vanity)—and humans will happily enact unbelievable but deniable cruelty to garnish their status. The actual “responsible parties” in Rotherham are not the men—it’s the decadent elites who brought them here to signal their cosmopolitanism.


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