Many of the anti comments I get on this blog are so foolish that I am happy to post them because they help reveal a lack of critical thinking.
Usually they are made to engage me in a verbal debate with them which I really do not have time for. I have no inner need to prove them wrong or prove I am right.
Often the comments revolve around an assumption that I, or we, hate Black people and other minorities. They assume that we do not believe minorities should be treated fairly or that they have any value.
Even simple comments we make regarding our desire to preserve our white heritage and culture is twisted to mean that we are promoting hatred for minorities. I seldom respond to such foolishness.
I know there are some people who hate blacks and other minorities. However, I think I can speak for the vast majority of White Nationalists when I say I have no hatred for someone simply because they are not white. And I have no objection to blacks, Asians etc. who embrace a love for their history, culture etc. I am only opposed to the hypocrisy of those who applaud minorities for embracing pride in their race, but demonize whites for embracing love for their people.
I received the following question via the comment section on this blog and in as much as it appears to be sincere without malice I thought I would offer a brief response.
I want to add that this is only going to be a very brief response. I have decided that I will answer this question in length in a sermon that I will deliver on February 7th from the Christian Revival Center. So if this person was sincere I suggest they watch the Sunday morning church service from the Christian Revival Center at 11 AM central time by going to http://www.christianrevivalcenter.net/.
The question is. . .
How can I as a white man be proud of something I didn't do? God could just as easily have made me black. I’m lucky to be white. Should I be proud I'm lucky? I really want to know, Pastor Robb.
This is a good and fair question coming from someone who appears to be wanting an honest approach and answer to the question.
In short I want to point out that if people are made to feel ashamed of their history they are not apt to defend it.
We, as a people, have been victimized into believing that we, as a race, have a sordid past that is shameful and hateful.
I will deal more on this in my sermon on February 7th. I have several statements from college students which will attest to this from several different books and magazines.
White people have been taught that it is wrong to have collective pride in their race, yet at the same time they are manipulated into believing that they ARE to have collective guilt for the ex aerated shameful history of their people.
In other words genetic inherited pride is bad, but genetic inherited guilt is good.
This has weakened our resolve and have raised up people who only know the bad things for which our race is guilty, but no knowledge of the good.
Even outright lies have been accepted as truth by a populace who no longer knows its history. It appears to be a fulfillment of George Orwell’s book - Nineteen Eighty-Four.
We all know what we think about someone who squanders an inheritance. Likewise our people have received a marvelous inheritance, yet because we look with shame at the lives of our forefathers our inheritance is lost.
Any way, if you are really interested watch the February 7th church program broadcast live at
http://www.christianrevivalcenter.net/ at 11 AM central time.