Preserving Our Identity
Identity is our most venerated commodity and no one is more cognizant of that than our enemies, those that wish to make us a non –factor. The three most critical things to our survival are:
- Know the enemy.
- Know yourself, by knowing your history.
- Recognize your friends and never abandon them.
While all good people are valuable, we are particularly fortunate to have descended from European civilizations, history has been dominated by those that share our unique DNA. Men of the West have single-handedly civilized a violent and extremely cruel world, that’s not to say there haven’t been pitfalls along the way. Although our ancestors weren’t infallible, they graciously paved a path for their fellow man, to safely progress forward.
There’s no race of people that are exempt from fomenting tragedy and suffering, at one time or another, but no one has elevated humanity to greater heights than those from the West.
Our identity and our storied history share the same beating heart, this is why our adversaries are so adamant about erasing our past.
In a self-serving effort to wield sole authority over anyone outside of their elite-class, the far-left, who ironically consists of primary whites, will fail tremendously, unless we are permanently subdued.
The left has co-opted the Democrat party, but it would be naive and possibly fatal to assume that they haven’t infected the right as well, to some degree.
Support those that share your American identity and never forget this profound observation from one of the West’s most intricate minds, Cicero.
“To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child. For what is the worth of human life, unless it is woven into the life of our ancestors by the records of history?”
― Marcus Tullius Cicero