by Forrest Nordic
In today's naïve politically correct society, 'hatred' itself has become synonymous with 'evil.'
A simple dictionary definition of 'hatred' (Cambridge Dictionary) is 'an extremely strong feeling of dislike.' Normally, I disapprove of 'situational ethic,' however, the ability to feel hatred is something built into human nature, just as it exists among many other living things. That hatred is an example of 'situational ethics' (though perhaps not in the usual sense of the term).
For example, just as 'sinful pride' exists, so also does 'proper pride,' which includes self-respect and a healthy regard for oneself or something related to oneself. There is a righteous anger and an unjust anger; there is a righteous hatred and an unjust hatred. Even the Bible tells us there is "a time to love and a time to hate", Ecc 3:8. Today, because of political correctness, people are not making the necessary distinctions. Personally, I'd define 'righteous hatred' as 'a strong desire to get rid of or keep away from that which threatens harm to what one loves.
If fleas get into my carpet and invade my house, you can know that I definitely HATE it! I want to get rid of the fleas at all costs. Fleas and I cannot live in the same dwelling. Now, when fleas are absent from my home, I rarely think of them. I do not really have a plan to remove all fleas from the planet. I suppose that they have a right to exist? (I'll leave that question to the philosophers and theologians.) The point is, fleas are a natural and even deadly enemy to both man and household animals. Therefore it is proper and entirely natural to hate them.
In the same manner, multiculturalism and the multiracial society are a deadly enemy to the long-term survival of any race and culture. Therefore it is only natural and just to oppose these conditions. One does not have to hate the other races. In this situation, it is the mixing of the races that one may justly hate. Such mixing is certain to destroy the culture and identity of the people who inhabit any geographical area of the Earth. There can be little doubt that racial integration brings about race-mixing (or miscegenation or interracial marriage -- call it what you will) which ends in genocide, threfore it is only natural and just to hate racial integration. If that means that we are not happy about the presence of racial aliens among us, because they are 'different' and will change our society forever and radically change our very DNA -- so be it.
We object to the presence of racial aliens. Is it that we hate these people individually, as persons? No! It is simply that our love for our own people demands geographic separation, so as to preserve our racial integrity and ensure our survival, both as a people (DNA / genotype) and a culture.
It IS right to hate sin. If race-suicide is a sin -- and so it seems to me to be -- then it is right to hate the conditions that will inevitably bring it about.