Best article I have ever read. Probably. Possibly. Absolutely terrific! Weev at the daily stormer has written an excellent article. It is a must read. I had no idea Weev could write this good. This is an article that is phenomenally written. I will be reading this article many times to internalize this information. Fantastic! Fairly long article I will post the most important starting paragraph here. Below.
With all the bad news happening in the world. Especially the bad news of Trump jumping ship and turning his back on us through betrayal. It is very important that we fight discouragement and do our best to try and stay encouraged. We have the encouragement of Richard Spencer and our victory of knowing the Alt Right is growing fast. <— if you do not already know what happened at Auburn University in Auburn Alabama you can skip the bad news in that article, and go to the bottom where the good news of that event is at. Anyhow. Jump over to the daily stormer to read the rest of this fantastic article.
PS – also in the link above. It explains and gives you access to the news of Andrew Anglin (The Daily Stormer) is being sued by the criminals at the SPLC. Southern Poverty Law Center. He has not mentioned this on his website. I am assuming he must have been ordered by a court not to discuss this on his website. Speaking of FREEDOM. It is extremely important to whites and the future of your children that we win this case. This will be a turning point in America either way. The extreme importance of winning this case cannot be over emphasized.
Freedom is explicitly a product of white European civilization
“Of all the countries of the world, how many populated by nonwhites might you suppose have constitutional guarantees of free speech? The answer is only two: Japan and Hong Kong. The only reason they have these guarantees is because they were forced to at gunpoint by white aggression. Hong Kong as a British protectorate had the highest degree of press freedom in all of Asia, and it inherited the spirit of British law into Article 27 of the Hong Kong Basic Law, which serves as the region’s constitution. Similarly, free speech was guaranteed in postwar Japan only by America’s insistence.”