Friday, January 22, 2010

If You Disagree With Me - Sell Your TV

We are seeing the vast devastation in Haiti following the recent earthquake. Hundred and thousands of people have been left homeless and as any person I don’t like to see suffering. I don’t care who or what? It is not in my makeup to enjoy something in pain. I don’t like to see people in pain and I don’t even like to see animals in pain.

With that said we have to be honest with each other and set aside foolish sentimentalism. Even though I don’t want to see any one suffer I would rather see my neighbors suffer than my family suffer. If you disagree with me then when you get your pay check give it ALL to one of your neighbors. Don’t keep any! If you paid your bills first or bought food first then you, by your actions have shown you agree with me. In fact I will go a step further, I think most of you, even those that want to call me an evil racist, would rather have your enjoyment BEFORE you relieve the suffering of a stranger.

If you disagree with me then, disconnect your TV, don’t rent any more movies, dispose of your car, cut your grocery bill, stop eating out, buy your clothes from a yard sale, cut your own hair, sell your furniture, etc. After all, none of these things are important for survival. You can sleep on the floor, eat just the basics, open the windows in the summer instead of cooling with the AC etc.

You really don’t NEED that stuff and all the money you save could be sent to Haiti. But the fact is, you enjoy this stuff and you enjoy it so much that you would rather have this enjoyment then sending the savings to Haiti. You would rather spend $50 a month on Dish or Direct TV then cut off the satellite and send the $50 to the victims of the earthquake.999999999999999
So, we are seeing all this devastation (which you would rather watch on TV than cut off the satellite and send them the money.)

But the reality is that this poverty in Haiti is NOT the result of the earthquake. The problem in Haiti is for the same reason that there is problems in all our major cities which have been taken over by blacks.

Don’t call me a racist while you are reading this on your computer. Sell your computer and send the money to Haiti! Unless, of course, you would rather enjoy the computer than send money to help those who suffer in Haiti.

All black nations are suffering severe poverty and it has nothing to do with earthquakes. The U.S. (not including other countries) have spent 3 billion dollars in Haiti since 1994 and it is STILL the same - no improvement! We have spent hundreds of millions - billions - of dollars attempting to redeem our inner cities and they are getting worse every year.

What is the one common factor in Haiti and our inner cities?

Oh, I wonder . . . Maybe they are both black?

I am not trying to be mean or nasty. It is just the reality.

These people need help - but we are not helping them if we destroy the one and apparently only factor that can help them - white people. That is why preserving our racial heritage is so important. If it is destroyed who will send the Marines the next time they are in trouble?

Haiti has 10,000 faith-based relief organizations which have been aiding and helping the people there for many years and it doesn’t get better. They may need help, but we are not helping them if we destroy those who do the helping.

Check out this video which shows the same kind of conditions in Liberia. This nation has not suffered an earthquake, yet it is so bad that few faith-based groups want to go there and few fresh-faced idealistic young people want to venture there.

Those who want to call me names - remember - I am just the messenger.

This video is titled Guide to Liberia and is located on the CNN website - I didn't make this up so don't blame me. There will be some who will hate me even more for posting this link, but be assured, we don't hate you, we just don't want to see you and your kids suffer this same fate.

Remember we are not putting out hatred - we are putting out a warning!

This video is in 8 parts but it appears that only 4 are online at this time. Perhaps the others will be added shortly. After watching the first one simply watch the others in order.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/africa/01/18/vbs.liberia/index.html?hpt=C2

52 comments:

Anonymous said...

I still donate to the cause of Haiti, because I can.

Anonymous said...

You still donate to the cause of Haiti because you "can." What kind of weanie answer is that?

Pastor Robb's post is right. How much are you going to donate compared to the amount you spend on TV, entertainment, clothes, car payments and home. You don't NEED all that stuff. You prove Pastor Robb's point, your entertainment and comfortable living comes FIRST and you throw a bone to the Haitians.

Thomas Robb said...

I wasn't attempting to drum up support for Haiti, but to simply point out that these people who condemn me and other white nationalists for having a first loyalty to our people have no moral foundation for condemning me. They show MORE loyalty to their life style and entertainment than to helping others.

Anonymous said...

You yourself aren't any better, will other whites live in trailer parks with overgrown grass jalopies sitting on the lawn they themselves are trying ink out living, while you live comfortably in your nice home in a nice neighbourhood.

lance said...

Don't comdem Pastor Robb because he lives in a nice place.Sure there is whites that live poorly and ink out a living,because the GOVERMENT is not concerned about whites...Its our fault that BLACKS are the way they are (NOT)!!!They only want us to think that... The truth is Blacks want something for nothing,give them a Penthouse and they will turn it into a Project..HAITI is no different,you cant help the HELPLESS... AMERICA SHOULD COME FIRST!!! We should not always be the Worlds Caregiver...

Anonymous said...

are u all mad and u call this christanity, all you are saying rob is to the hell with this spend your money on your self . fortunately the rest of the world know better and buy the way i drive 4 luxury cars owe more property than you and I live in a black run country. i have given my money to help others and nope all blacks aint poor and hungry.

Anonymous said...

There are plenty of needy families right here in the United States. We are STILL in a recession, yet we think we can play the hero and rescue Haiti. How foolish.

NCKnight said...

You drive four luxury cars, own a bunch of property, and live in a black-run country. Yeah, right. And yet you write like a second-grader. How did you make your money - dealing drugs, no doubt?

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe that you are a Pastor...I am currently working to become an ordained minister and you are going to hell...

Anonymous said...

Any type of donation is worth the world, "He who saves one life saves the world entire."

Anonymous said...

Pastor Robb, you're right about neighbors and family. "Circle of Sympathy" is what it's called. We draw our lines at family, friends, Americans, Christians, white folks, humans, etc. We help folks only so far - sometimes I wonder if aliens came down and we had to deal with them if we'd start to like all humans a lot more :)

But this Haiti thing is bigger than anything we've ever seen. 200,000 people dead but who can count? It's so much suffering it would drive us crazy if we tried to imagine it. It don't matter where it happened - earthquakes could be anywhere. We got to help just a little bit because sell your TV is what Jesus said to do to be complete. "If you would be perfect, go, sell what you possess and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven." But not many of us will ever be that perfect, so at least we should do a little something.

Haiti and Liberia are run by blacks and the horrors they've seen defy description. But boy Ireland was a rough place in the middle ages. Just because some folks aren't as modern as others doesn't mean they're inferior. Politics and geography do a lot. The Dominican Republic is right next door to Haiti - same people, same island, they're like twins separated at birth but one was given to an abusive family (France) and the other to a regular family (Spain).

Anonymous said...

Don't stop posting such stories. I love to read articles like that. BTW add some pics :)

Anonymous said...

To anonymous at 10:22 PM - You mentioned Santo Domingo which is next to Haiti and comment that it does not suffer the fate of Haiti even though its the same people on the same island. But that is not true. Haiti is 95% black and Santo Doming is 11% black. Santo Domino is a multi-cultural (and poor) island with 73% multi-racial and about 16% white. Haiti white population is a virtual zero.

Anonymous said...

I haven't donated to Haiti, but I have prayed for our relief workers that they can do their job safely. We have some real talented white people were going to need back home. I personally hope Pastor Robb's home is as large as he want's it. If people would listen to what he's saying and get away from all the media junk thrown out there, he makes a great deal of sense !!! Keep up the good work and the Lord Bless you in every matter.

lance said...

Why is it if your White and take Pride in it, you are a Racist Hate Monger on your way to HELL...But if your Black an love your Race your a kind loving person...Because a person disagrees with sending money to Haiti does not mean you are Hell Bound.Haiti is a place of Voodoo,Devil Worship and everything else the Bible teaches against. you'll never see any good from any money sent to Haiti...

Anonymous said...

"And if you defile the land, it will vomit you out as it vomited out the nations that were before you." -- Leviticus 18:28

Perhaps this verse does not apply to modern Haiti. Perhaps its inhabitants are innocent in the eyes of the Lord.

But what this verse does tell us, is that wickedness can result in earthquakes and natural disasters. In such a case, may it possibly even be "un-Christian" to try to help those known to be under punishment or a curse from God?

California may be next, you know. They've been predicting a major earthquake there for many years.

I'm sorry that I will offend the tender-hearted here. But even if I were an Atheist, I'd still conclude that wars and natural disasters reduce overpopulation, and STDs like AIDS reduce the numbers of persons engaging in extremely unhealthy behaviors. Such evils are part of the settled order of Nature.

"Heaven and Earth are not benevolent.
To them men are like straw dogs destined for sacrifice.
The Sage is not benevolent.
To him men are like straw dogs destined for sacrifice." -- Lao Tzu.

Anonymous said...

Pastor Robb, if you were born black of African decent, in the same economic class as you are now, and still believed in the same faith that you do now, would your life style differ? Would your opinion differ? Would you be a better or worse person?

Anonymous said...

I am an Atheist and I do not believe that little Dorthy in Kansas deserved to be hit by that tornado, do you? Hurricane Katrina did not occur to punish anyone; you just say that because you want a spiritual explanation to what goes wrong in the world.

Anonymous said...

"Hurricane Katrina did not occur to punish anyone; you just say that because you want a spiritual explanation to what goes wrong in the world."

You may be right.

Dr. Revilo P. Oliver was a noted Atheist. He said that "Negroes are Nature's mistakes."

In an world governed by Evolution, Nature always wants to clean house. To Nature, human beings are, as I have quoted from Lao Tzu, of value only according to their natural survival qualities -- and in Man, these are probably best shown in intelligence. The unfit do in fact deserve death. That is Nature's eternal Law.

Atheists, believing in no Intelligent and Compassionate Creator, have no right to say that anything possibly can go "wrong" in the world. It is impossible for anything to go wrong, so long as Nature's Laws are operative.

Anonymous said...

The fact that everyone posting on here is anonymous says it all. This is a cowardly blog. You are all spineless cowards just like your KKK ancestors who were less of men and had to cover their faces and act in groups in order to terrify the helpless.

The owner of this blog is a useless coward who knows nothing of anything. My name is James C. Burrell(617) 742-5533. And I am no coward.

NCKnight said...

"The fact that everyone posting on here is anonymous says it all. This is a cowardly blog. You are all spineless cowards just like your KKK ancestors who were less of men and had to cover their faces and act in groups in order to terrify the helpless.

The owner of this blog is a useless coward who knows nothing of anything. My name is James C. Burrell(617) 742-5533. And I am no coward."

The phone number listed in the above post is the number of the FBI office in Boston, MA. I checked it out on Whitepages.com. My name is NCKnight BR-549. And the author of the above post is a filthy liar, and perhaps an agent-provocateur for ZOG.

lance said...

I applaud your un- cowardness MR Burrell.But when you stand for nothing you have nothing to lose.But when you stand for something you have everything to lose.Not all White Nationalists hide under the Mask and Robe they are out there for the world too see. Standing for something that some may consider Wrong and others Right..It's about White Heritage,not tormenting the helpless. I have no DESIRE to see anyone suffer. Nor do I HATE non-whites. But why should the White Race be labeled as RACISTS if we have things are events that only involve White People,other races do things as a single Race and nobody says a thing...But if a group of white people get together we're Racists, Plotting Evil Deeds, Sowing Seeds Of HATE.... SO UN-TRUE....

NorwegianHeat said...

“all you are saying rob is to the hell with this spend your money on your self .”

I’d be interested to see Mr. Robb clarify his view a little, because I, too, sense the message above shining through in the original post. I’m not sure if that’s what you’re trying to say or not, but that’s how it came across from my perspective. Take this statement for example:

“With that said we have to be honest with each other and set aside foolish sentimentalism.”

I had trouble following exactly where you were going at times in your argument, so perhaps I’ve misunderstood you, but that statement would seem to suggest that you believe any contribution to Haiti is a foolish one—that any act of charity is a mistake.

“Even though I don’t want to see any one suffer I would rather see my neighbors suffer than my family suffer.”

I’m assuming that you are substituting “Haitians” with “neighbors”—I follow the analogy that far—but what are you referring to with “family”? Is this your immediate literal, family, your extended “white nationalist” family, or your American family? I only ask because I wasn’t clear on that in reading your post, and that detail is somewhat important in understanding your views. What I’m getting out of this is that your lack of support for Haiti is justified in that making any level of contribution would put your own family at risk. However, just based on your post, I can’t tell if you are arguing against giving to Haiti—or giving in general.
Like some of the other comments have suggested, there are certainly white people here in America suffering to different degrees—is it reasonable to extend a helping hand to them, or is that just more “foolish sentimentalism”? Would you consider them family or neighbors? If I DO want to help them, how should I? Do I have to sacrifice all my material worth for that cause, as you suggest below?

“If you disagree with me then when you get your pay check give it ALL to one of your neighbors. Don’t keep any! If you paid your bills first or bought food first then you, by your actions have shown you agree with me.”

You make it sound like a person must choose between living for themselves or giving to others. I mean, I agree that the immediate needs of family are going to come first—if I don’t pay my bills, I’ll be in legal trouble, and if I don’t buy food, I’ll starve—these scenarios would be detrimental to my family, so of course I’m going to take care of that first. But after that? What’s wrong with making an effort to help those in need? What makes that “foolish sentimentalism”? If I’ve paid my bills and bought the groceries, then my family isn’t suffering, so why chastise us or others who choose to show a little compassion to those who are suffering?

NorwegianHeat said...

(CONTINUED)

“I think most of you, even those that want to call me an evil racist, would rather have your enjoyment BEFORE you relieve the suffering of a stranger.”

This is interesting. While I’ve got plenty of other evidence from following your posts to support my concerns of your bigotry, based solely on the contents of the post leading up to this point, I wouldn’t be too inclined to call you a racist for not feeling charitable—just heartless. However, I do agree with the idea you suggest here in that our culture HAS bred a selfishness and lack of concern for others. I also note that, even though YOU recognize this injustice woven into the structure of our society, you feel no need to act in an attempt to correct this—even though such action would be encouraged by Christianity. You, too, value your way of life over a more honest, selfless one.

“If you disagree with me then, disconnect your TV, don’t rent any more movies, dispose of your car, cut your grocery bill, stop eating out, buy your clothes from a yard sale, cut your own hair, sell your furniture, etc. After all, none of these things are important for survival. You can sleep on the floor, eat just the basics, open the windows in the summer instead of cooling with the AC etc.”

I'd like to echo the sentiment of the more empathetic posters here. Like some of the others, I'll admit: I'm not perfect. I recognize that there is a lot of weakness in my life--I have many material possessions completely unnecessary to my immediate survival. As I push myself to become a more productive, contributive member of society, it is my conscious attempt to break free from the dependencies that were forged over the first portion of my life. I have my ups and downs. While I can recognize the injustice that my lifestyle produces in the world, it is rarely easy for anyone to remove themselves fully from the culture that has been so fully engrained in them—especially when the temptation to take the low road is so prevalently reflected in the influences of everyday life. It takes a lot of bravery to step up and act responsibly—to think of the welfare of others before your own shallow comforts. It’s an uphill battle, but it’s still something I’ll strive for, because it’s what I believe in, and what I value. It gives me a deeper sense of purpose than pursuing vainer avenues of self-interest.
With that being said, why is it not okay for those that feel the need to contribute WHAT THEY CAN to do so?

“I still donate to the cause of Haiti, because I can.”

“Any type of donation is worth the world, ‘He who saves one life saves the world entire.’"

I don’t see any fault in these ideas. True, the individuals behind these comments probably have more they could part with, but they’re at least willing to make an effort—taking steps on a path toward a better society. What’s so “foolish” about that? Would America really be better off without charity, as you seem to be stressing?

“We got to help just a little bit because sell your TV is what Jesus said to do to be complete. ‘If you would be perfect, go, sell what you possess and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven.’ But not many of us will ever be that perfect, so at least we should do a little something.”

I agree With this. While any of us would be silly to consider ourselves capable of attaining any sort of true perfection in our lifetime, that doesn’t mean that improvement isn’t something we should strive for as individuals and as a society. If everyone contributes WHAT THEY REASONABLY CAN, it makes a huge difference—just look at funds raised through the simple text message relief effort. Quite a lot of money out of small efforts—because people united in a common effort.

NorwegianHeat said...

(CONTINUED)

“How much are you going to donate compared to the amount you spend on TV, entertainment, clothes, car payments and home. You don't NEED all that stuff. You prove Pastor Robb's point, your entertainment and comfortable living comes FIRST and you throw a bone to the Haitians.”

Talk about a “weenie” response—you’re condemning someone that wants to help others because they aren’t contributing enough (by your standards) in relation to their total earnings? How do you justify that? If you want to live selfishly, and not help at all, fine—but attacking others who DO want to help because their efforts aren’t selfless enough is a joke. Calling someone a hypocrite for not giving enough doesn’t negate any positive derived from what they do give. What good comes of you giving nothing? How can you criticize someone for giving too little when that’s still more than you’re willing to part with? Yes, we COULD give more, and I think we should will ourselves TO give more—but you can’t attack someone’s character when they’re STILL more openhanded than you.
I’ve given what I feel comfortable giving (I know, I know, I could give more, but I’m making strides—I’m a work-in-progress), as have many Americans. To say that we’re all hypocrites seems a little immature. Even through our SMALL contributions, we have had a positive influence in the lives of those currently dealing with a lot pain and loss. Could we do more? Of course—but we’re on the right path, I think, in recognizing others in need, and lending a hand.
I could sell off my every possession and donate the sum of that effort to Haiti, and it really wouldn’t be much—not if I was the only one giving. But let’s say I just gave a dollar (not very much), and there were a million other Americans just like me—that’s a million dollars right there! When we UNITE, the amount of sacrifice necessary of the individual goes down. If everyone in America (or the world) gave everything they reasonably could, just think of the positive changes that could be made!

NorwegianHeat said...

(CONTINUED)

“Sure there is whites that live poorly and ink out a living,because the GOVERMENT is not concerned about whites...”

Interesting view—it’s like the polar opposite of a certain Kanye West outburst—which leads me to wonder: couldn’t the same be said about other races living in those same (poor) conditions? Why is it that black people living in poverty can be considered as stupid, immoral, lazy, genetically inferior people (according to testimony here), but whites in the same exact position are victims? Don’t you realize how silly your argument is? How ignorant you sound?
Have you ever considered how our system functions? That maybe it’s just the entire lower-to-middle-class in general that the GOVERNMENT isn’t concerned with—perhaps the GOVERNMENT is too busy pampering themselves with your tax-dollars and looking out for their own interests to help those in need. Maybe the GOVERNMENT is just siding with Pastor Robb on the issue of appropriate charity.
A White America wouldn’t end poverty. Under our system, there has to be a bottom rung. If you removed non-white races, whites would just have to take their place. Changing race won’t solve the failures of a system.

“Its our fault that BLACKS are the way they are (NOT)!!!They only want us to think that...”

As I’ve stated in previous responses on this blog, white Americans HAVE contributed to the current condition of the black American populace—first through slavery, then segregation, and still through ignorance and discrimination to this day. It’s getting better, but we’re not there yet, as far as equality is concerned. If you still chose to ignore those facts, you’re blind. I’m not saying that white people should live their lives in guilt (I don’t), nor do I suggest we breed ourselves out of existence (as is a recurrent fear among the comments here)—I merely believe that we should be able to recognize those in need of aid regardless of their skin-color.

“The truth is Blacks want something for nothing”

A perfect example of my point—you’re settling for ignorant stereotypes, instead of accepting reality. You’re making the claim that all black people are lazy free-riders, but how can you explain any of the successful African Americans in our society? There are black doctors, teachers, scientists, artists, businessmen—these are all successful, contributing members of society who, when given the opportunity to elevate themselves in our society through legitimate means, did so.
What do you have to say about any of the white people in our society who want something for nothing? White criminals from impoverished backgrounds? How about all the white politicians looking to cash in on special interest groups? How about Bernard Madoff? There are plenty of lazy whites looking for something for nothing, and race has nothing to do with it. It’s just people.

NorwegianHeat said...

(CONTINUED)

"I cannot believe that you are a Pastor..."

Good call--he's not. He’s either assuming the title, or his “congregation” have dubbed him that—but he is not a certified pastor, or recognized by any organized denomination that I am aware of. I'm not going to condemn him for that--he can call himself what he wants, and practice religion how he wants (and if people want to follow him, so be it)--just keep in mind that he is not necessarily a representative of more publicly accepted Christian views, as the misleading "Pastor" title might suggest.

“We help folks only so far - sometimes I wonder if aliens came down and we had to deal with them if we'd start to like all humans a lot more :)”

Ah-ha—someone else willing to think outside the box! It’s an interesting thought—I’d like to hear the white nationalist perspective on that one.

“I wasn't attempting to drum up support for Haiti, but to simply point out that these people who condemn me and other white nationalists for having a first loyalty to our people have no moral foundation for condemning me. They show MORE loyalty to their life style and entertainment than to helping others.”

First of all, I’d like to point out that this is not the message that comes across in the post. It seems more like you’re trying to use some notion of hypocrisy against those who would donate in order to justify your own lack of compassion. Secondly, I feel we do have some moral grounds. Your post is promoting the idea that charity is “foolish”, or a waste of time, or invalid unless a total sacrifice of one’s own livelihood—those who would condemn you for this feel that any act of generosity is justifiable. We believe that even a small act of kindness is better than no act at all.

Lonnie said...

You are so right Pastor Robb. God is putting the true white leaders (such as yourself) of the world to a test by subjecting these low life, lazy, diseased (BLACK) Haitian people to this disaster and asking for our help. Would they donate to you or me if they could. HELL NO.
True White's donate to their own race.
White's who donate to this, are blacks in disguise.

Huston said...

NorwegianHeat,

Do you date black women?

Have you ever dated a black woman?

Do you find black women just as beautiful, just as desirable as white women?

Would you enjoy a world without natural blond hair and natural blue eyes?

Do you really believe that genes have nothing to do with culture? In other words: What do genes contribute, if anything, to culture?

Is the kind of culture of any given nation, in your opinion, entirely independent of the genetic makeup of the inhabitants of a nation?

Would this be a better world, NH, if all the people were raceless, spoke the same language, believed in the same truths (because they would be absolutely right, of course), and had a common culture?

RPO said...

This post will probably not get past the blog owner's censorship. But here is just in case:

Being an Evolutionist and certainly not a believer in a personal god (and desiring neither reward nor punishment in an after-life), I can assure you, NowrwegianHeat, of this:

Being unencumbered with religious (or even secular humanist) compassion for the black race, if aliens from outer-space mysteriously paid this planet a visit tonight and instantly vaporized the entire Negro race -- and only that race -- out of disgust for what they found in them, I, for one, certainly would not shed a single tear tomorrow morining. Rather, I would dance for joy in the streets.

I know that Mr. Robb will disagree with me, but I am not motivated by the same beliefs, so I can assure you, NH, that when Senator Ted Kennedy was diagnosed with cancer of the brain, I rejoiced! I was one of the happiest days in my life, because I simply hated that vile creature. I also hate you, NH, and would rejoice if you got brain cancer, every bit as much.

A planet without blacks and white who love them! Ah! what a beautiful dream. If only it could come true.

[I know these views do not represent those of Mr. Robb and his organization.]

Anonymous said...

RPO we have a word for people like you they are called A$$holes.
I always think that if people have no faith at all in any thing why listen to the rules. In a Godless society one could do anything they want right... screw the government too, they may put me in jail/put me to death but hey when it doesn't matter I'll just be more soil for the ground.

Your just an awful person. In reality it shouldn't matter on race when it comes to helping someone. If you want to help the poor rather they be white,black, etc then do it.

Also If alien came down to destroy just blacks I believe they would look at us with disgust in fact every race would be. Human beings can be the nicest/worst creatures around. Vaporized!!! Ohh NOOOs

Look Robb I see where your coming from but NH is right, capitalism always will have a top dog and a low dog. Poverty is something that can't be removed(only God will do this). Poverty is like an ever flowing wound. You just got to keep putting band aids on it.

RPO said...

"I always think that if people have no faith at all in any thing why listen to the rules. In a Godless society one could do anything they want right... "

My comments were made in anger over the destruction that Blacks have wrought in the U.S. These remarks were purely theoretical and hypothetical. I used the term "vaporized" of the Black Race to mean a miraculous and painless removal of it from the planet.

I absolutely would not endorse any human effort to destroy or exterminate any race of people. My point really is that I am personally indifferent to the fate of Blacks as a race and would not feel sorrow if they miraculously vanished.

The real solution would be to ship them back to Africa, after providing them a beautiful nation with an infrastructure and system of law and order -- a government system -- equal to what the Founding Fathers gave the U.S.

The real point I would like to make is that the different races and cultures being mixed by force is happening for a very real and premeditated reason. There is a real wish among world leaders for an entirely raceless planet -- a one-world government.

It is false to say that I believe in "nothing." The point I'm making is that I, like Thomas Jefferson, am aware of no visible divine intervention in the affairs of men.

Nevertheless, I do believe that this Universe operates according to Law. It is just that a man-like Being, having very human thoughts and feelings, is not evident to me. There is so much evil in the world that it is very difficult for me to understand or picture in my mind a compassionate god who loves his creation as a normal human parent loves his child.

You are mistaken to think that I believe that there are no morals or rules to live by.

I am using RPO (Revilo P. Oliver) because, like Prof. Oliver, it seems to me that it is too late to stop the serious harm being done to Western Civilization and, in particular, to the genetic basis of that civilization.

If there is a personal god who cares about race, why doesn't he intervene to stop the liberals who are cruelly destroying it on a non-stop schedule? That is what I'm most trying to say.

RPO said...

"screw the government too, they may put me in jail/put me to death but hey when it doesn't matter I'll just be more soil for the ground."

Well, Anon., I actually agree with you on this one. If the government is unjust and is abusing the citizens, rather than protecting them, I definitely would count it a joy to be put to death by them. This would prove just how wicked and tyrannical such a government is. One should never obey the government when the government is pursuing evil ends -- policies that any sane, right-thinking person would quite naturally recognize as immoral.

Organized Civil Disobedience should be used against the liberals, for a change. There could be nothing better than for millions of working-class white people to simply refuse to go along with policies of anti-white racism and a government that betrays their legitimate interests.

Anonymous said...

I don't do drugs McKnight. I have acheived what I have through hard work and a superb education (Phd) level despite the misgivings you all discuss here.

So please get out of your little shell call inferior complex,and get a life, the knight s party is dead in main stream America, i'll tell u what go blame the Dupont family who is all white for bringing blacks into the USA, the colonist who have raped every thirld world country and then you want to tell me get out of the USA HAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Anonymous said...

I don't know whats wrong with the people who started the KKK or with the people who continue it. Maybe you were all dropped as babies or are secretly sociopaths, but i just don't understand your philosophy. Would you hate me because i had been bron with blonde hair? or because i have a pug nose? to discriminate against someone because of something they cannot control is beyond anything i attempt to understand. Just like it's not their fault their black, it's not you fault that your slightly insane (:

p.s. all that money they donated? yeah. it's from the taxpayers. so i figure we've all at least done something, even if we like to post comments for ten cents from the library computer.

the youth of america
peace out

Anonymous said...

did you know that 75% of severly uneducated america is white?

just saying

Anonymous said...

"I don't do drugs McKnight. I have acheived what I have through hard work and a superb education (Phd) level despite the misgivings you all discuss here.

So please get out of your little shell call inferior complex,and get a life, the knight s party is dead in main stream America, i'll tell u what go blame the Dupont family who is all white for bringing blacks into the USA, the colonist who have raped every thirld world country and then you want to tell me get out of the USA HAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH"

PhD's do not write like morons, so don't come on here and claim to be something you are obviously not. NCKnight is right. You are clearly none of the things you claim to be. In other words, you are a LIAR.

Anonymous said...

"In any mixed society, some social group is bound to end up at the bottom of the pile. But who could have forecast that the losers in the Britain of 2006 would be white?"

http://www.expressandstar.com/2006/11/15/future-looks-grim/

The fact is that the multiracial society is destroying the white working class -- and especially white boys. Many articles are found on the Internet about working-class white boys in the U.K. feeling unwanted and like "persona non grata."

A mixed society creates a kind of competition that is unnatural and makes those who would excel, fail. We know this, because the very people who built the societies are the ones now at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder. This cannot be other than unnatural.

NorwegianHeat said...

“This post will probably not get past the blog owner's censorship.”

That’s the great thing about Thomas Robb’s blog—he doesn’t censor! Very commendable, on his part, and I respect him for that, even though we have conflicting views.

“Being unencumbered with religious (or even secular humanist) compassion for the black race, if aliens from outer-space mysteriously paid this planet a visit tonight and instantly vaporized the entire Negro race -- and only that race -- out of disgust for what they found in them, I, for one, certainly would not shed a single tear tomorrow morining.”

I’m sorry you feel that way about black people. What if, however, aliens from outer-space mysteriously paid this planet a visit tonight with the intention of instantly vaporizing the entire HUMAN RACE? Would you still refuse to cooperate with black people—even if such mutual aid were the only hope for human survival?

“…when Senator Ted Kennedy was diagnosed with cancer of the brain, I rejoiced! I was one of the happiest days in my life, because I simply hated that vile creature.”

It’s sad that the misfortune of others is necessary to bring you joy, and that you allow hatred for others more capacity in your life than acceptance. As long as we’re sharing personal stories, the happiest day in my life was the night I learned to take pride in the person I was regardless of the opinions of others.

“I also hate you, NH, and would rejoice if you got brain cancer, every bit as much.”

WHY? I don’t hate you, and I wouldn’t wish something like that on you, nor would I rejoice were something like that to afflict you. Suffering is suffering—no one deserves that. Would you want others to react to your misfortune in such a way? That just seems like such a backwards, stressing, painful way to go through life.

“A planet without blacks and white who love them! Ah! what a beautiful dream. If only it could come true.”

Your lack of empathy is alarming. I want Morgan Freeman narrating movies. He has a wonderful voice. That alone is enough for me to justify the existence and equal treatment of his race.

NorwegianHeat said...

“RPO we have a word for people like you they are called A$$holes.”

Ha-ha! While I try to avoid personal attacks, I can see where you’re coming from!

“I always think that if people have no faith at all in any thing why listen to the rules.”

I agree with the idea that people need to have faith in something, however, I don’t feel the concept of god is necessary. Those who choose to embrace such a concept are welcome to, but I personally haven’t found a need for it. By maintaining a personal faith in myself and my values, I uphold a constructive, meaningful place for myself in society.

“In a Godless society one could do anything they want right...”

I disagree. I am godless, yet I recognize the merit in maintaining a productive society.

“In reality it shouldn't matter on race when it comes to helping someone. If you want to help the poor rather they be white,black, etc then do it.”

EXACTLY!

“Also If alien came down to destroy just blacks I believe they would look at us with disgust in fact every race would be. Human beings can be the nicest/worst creatures around.”

Agreed.

“Look Robb I see where your coming from but NH is right, capitalism always will have a top dog and a low dog.”

Thanks! I’m glad someone else can recognize this.

NorwegianHeat said...

“I used the term "vaporized" of the Black Race to mean a miraculous and painless removal of it from the planet.”

“My point really is that I am personally indifferent to the fate of Blacks as a race and would not feel sorrow if they miraculously vanished.”

That may work for you, but just because YOU don’t appreciate the contributions of that race doesn’t mean that their removal from the planet would be painless—you fail to consider the loss felt by anyone who DOES consider the race valuable. A lot of people would miss Morgan Freeman. NO SHAWSHANK?!

“I absolutely would not endorse any human effort to destroy or exterminate any race of people.”

At least there’s that much good in you.

“The real solution would be to ship them back to Africa, after providing them a beautiful nation with an infrastructure and system of law and order -- a government system -- equal to what the Founding Fathers gave the U.S.”

Um, yeah—if every black person agreed to being relocated—sure, that’s one way of doing it, but if they didn’t agree to it, and they were forced, that would be a violation of their rights. Why shouldn’t white people be relocated—maybe back to Europe? Not that I believe that we should, rather, I’m just pointing out that you can’t justify relocating one group over the other—or either group at all, for that matter.

“The real point I would like to make is that the different races and cultures being mixed by force is happening for a very real and premeditated reason. There is a real wish among world leaders for an entirely raceless planet -- a one-world government.”

While I feel this is untrue—and strikes me as rather paranoid—let’s just say that’s what’s going on. If, over an extended period of time—which would be necessary for all races to blend into one through the dreaded (natural) process of miscegenation—all races DID eventually blend together, by the time this occurred, I feel the majority of people would, by that time, be much more open to it, as they would have adapted to such a co-racial society by then. So, while I don’t see it happening anytime soon, IF such a future does arise, it probably wouldn’t be the end of the world. If it means better cooperation amongst people, and an end of the senseless violence we still see today, then I can imagine much worse fates for the human race.

NorwegianHeat said...

“It is false to say that I believe in "nothing." The point I'm making is that I, like Thomas Jefferson, am aware of no visible divine intervention in the affairs of men.”

Sounds a lot like me!

“Nevertheless, I do believe that this Universe operates according to Law. It is just that a man-like Being, having very human thoughts and feelings, is not evident to me. There is so much evil in the world that it is very difficult for me to understand or picture in my mind a compassionate god who loves his creation as a normal human parent loves his child.”

Same here!

“You are mistaken to think that I believe that there are no morals or rules to live by.”

I also believe in living by strong morals—strange that you and I can have so much in common, and yet you HATE me, and would be joyous in my misfortune. It is unfortunate that you do not feel that, although we have so many similarities, you feel that we cannot live or work together simply because I have a respect of black people and a sense of charity.

“If there is a personal god who cares about race, why doesn't he intervene to stop the liberals who are cruelly destroying it on a non-stop schedule?”

Hmm, this is a question I sometimes ask myself.

“If the government is unjust and is abusing the citizens, rather than protecting them, I definitely would count it a joy to be put to death by them. This would prove just how wicked and tyrannical such a government is.”

Legitimate strategy, I suppose. I would rather preserve my life at all costs, and continue to use my voice to speak out against injustice while continuing my journey of worldly experience. If I thought it would really expose an unjust government, maybe—but individual deaths generally have a way of being swept under the rug.

“One should never obey the government when the government is pursuing evil ends -- policies that any sane, right-thinking person would quite naturally recognize as immoral.”

I totally agree. Take the war on drugs, for example: a complete violation of our natural rights (and an embarrassingly ineffective effort.)

“Organized Civil Disobedience should be used against the liberals, for a change. There could be nothing better than for millions of working-class white people to simply refuse to go along with policies of anti-white racism and a government that betrays their legitimate interests.”

I agree here, as well. Just show me an example of an anti-white policy and I’ll fight it right alongside you. So far, I just haven’t been convinced that the pursuit of equality is anti-white, nor that the white nationalist cause is a legitimate interest.

NorwegianHeat said...

“I don't do drugs McKnight. I have acheived what I have through hard work and a superb education (Phd) level despite the misgivings you all discuss here.

So please get out of your little shell call inferior complex,and get a life, the knight s party is dead in main stream America, i'll tell u what go blame the Dupont family who is all white for bringing blacks into the USA, the colonist who have raped every thirld world country and then you want to tell me get out of the USA HAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH”

For someone with such a pristine education, this is an extremely weak and disappointing effort.
You did kind of open yourself up to the heat you’re taking—if you’ve really got the tools and are going to cite them to further your argument, use ‘em! Why be lazy?! That only hurts your efforts.

“PhD's do not write like morons, so don't come on here and claim to be something you are obviously not.”

I’m going to have to agree—why try to mislead people here? I am sure of the steps I take because I employ honesty—how can you justify your opinions when you provide such contradictive, questionable information? I would just think that someone with a PhD would take a little more pride in the assets that achieved such an accomplishment, such as competent writing skills and the ability to form logical arguments.

“I don't know whats wrong with the people who started the KKK or with the people who continue it.”

I’ve always interpreted it as a lack of perspective.

“to discriminate against someone because of something they cannot control is beyond anything i attempt to understand.”

This confuses me, too. I have been attempting to understand the white nationalist perspective hoping that, perhaps someday, my understanding of their views might be useful in bringing us all closer together.

“did you know that 75% of severly uneducated america is white?”

Wow, this is an impressive stat—it would be a lot more credible if it was cited. Are you a member of that demographic? Your presentation needs some work.

NorwegianHeat said...

“A mixed society creates a kind of competition that is unnatural and makes those who would excel, fail.”

Like black folks in the ghetto?
Here’s the deal: in a mixed society, those who fit societal expectations—“the norm”—excel (or at least get by), while those falling outside the accepted parameters fail. For instance, in a culture where being white is a major constituent in the model for success, minorities will suffer, while in a society that embraces equal-opportunity for all races, minorities will fair far better. In a society where schizophrenics are considered to have a “disorder,” those possessing such traits are probably going to be treated quite a bit differently than in a society that accepts differences amongst people for what they are. “Norms” arise through how we perceive them, and how we treat those who do not meet them—in reality there is no distinct genetic standard for a “normal” human being.
If we CHOOSE to build a society TOLERANT of everyone’s differences, and apply EQUAL TREATMENT to those around us, we would see a society in which those that fail are those who refuse to live by those standards.

“We know this, because the very people who built the societies are the ones now at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder. This cannot be other than unnatural.”

What societies are you talking about? You may have a point here (or you may not), but without a better example of such a socio-economic reversal, I have trouble following you here. What’s unnatural? Was the rise of Christianity unnatural, or the fall of the Native American? I feel that these were natural processes—perhaps not desirable, but certainly natural.

Anonymous said...

Hey! NorwegianHeat:
Just curious, what is your standard to determine what is right or wrong.

RPO said...

"[T]he happiest day in my life was the night I learned to take pride in the person I was regardless of the opinions of others."
--NorwegianHeat

Well, I too have arrived at that stage, albeit by a different route.
I am hated because of my political views and other beliefs, yet I am entirely unconcerned with others' opinions of me.


On Ted Kennedy.

The reason I hate this man more than any other perhaps in all history is because of his stance on abortion.

I consider the unborn child in the womb to be a fully human being. Therefore Kennedy is among the greatest persecutors and mass murderers in human history. In fact, I'd go as far as to say that the White Race would NOT be in peril today, were it not for the countless millions of white babies murdered in the womb, both in the States and in Europe.

When an evil man dies, it is such a relief of mind to me that the feeling is akin to joy.

RPO said...

"What if, however, aliens from outer-space mysteriously paid this planet a visit tonight with the intention of instantly vaporizing the entire HUMAN RACE? Would you still refuse to cooperate with black people—even if such mutual aid were the only hope for human survival?"

Now that I'm in a calmer state of mind, let me rephrase my proposition in a more positive manner. Let's say that extra-terrestrials visited the planet and found black people so wonderful that they transported all of them to a heavenly paradise on another planet far far away. When I said a "painless removal" of the Blacks, I meant painless to the Blacks, not to Negro-loving Whites. The feelings of the latter are of no importance to me. If these Whites love the Blacks so much, by all means let them be raputred along with them.

So, you see, my point is that the "rapture" of Negroes from the planet would, in my opinion, make this a better world. Normal black behavior, as seen on any television screen, is clearly not as advanced or civilized as normal white behavior. They are a less evolved race. They are a drain on the Earth's precious limited resources. I'd rather see those resources used to build strong civilizations than to sustain substandard African societies.

If a planetary effort were needed to fight off an invasion of extre-terrestrials, yes, I would join in with the Blacks for that purpose. But this would not mean an amalgamation with Blacks. I would always oppose mass miscegenation.

Ule Nevenoe said...

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Anonymous said...

Sorry, but you seem to think that we should not donate to Haiti because spend money on entertainment and non essentials that we could donate to a worthy cause. You also seem to think that our small donations would not make a difference. "Never doubt that a small group of dedicated people can change the world, indeed it is the only thing that ever has"-Margaret Mead. If you,Thomas Robb, were in the same situation as those in Haiti you would pray with all your life that someone, just one person, would be willing to donate whatever they could, to you and your family.

-do whatever you can

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