After the Florida shooting I had a heated discussion with my grandfather. He is 75 years old, and grew up in a completely different era. He could not understand what would make an individual walk into a school and murder people in cold blood.
I grew up in the rural South. Guns were a part of my life, and it is part of the culture. Before I realized it, I was already taking that “normie cuckservative” approach to the argument. You know, the typical “It is not the gun, but the individual.” I also caught myself arguing the “more funding for mental health” stance.
In the middle of our debate, something struck me. For the first time in my life, I actually realized what in the Hell is going on. Guns are not the problem, and our kids do not need any more medication from the pharmaceutical companies. It is our society. It is the “great experiment.”
Anybody who grew up during the 1980s to our present time, have grown up in a multiracial and multicultural society. We were never given an option. Our politicians passed these laws without ever getting feedback from the American population.
When the government gets out of our lives, look what happens. Over 85% of American churches are segregated. It’s not because the whites hate the blacks, or vise versa. It is because people are more comfortable amongst their own kind of people.
Think about it. When you imagine a backyard BBQ, you picture a white gathering, a black gathering, or a latino gathering. People are more comfortable in their own environment. Jared Taylor’s White Identity documents this very well. He shows how human beings interact when they have free will.
I asked my grandfather, did he think American society was safer and better in the 1950s? He said “yes.” I asked him why, and it took him a moment to realize the point I was making. In the 1950s, America was 90% white. It was the way our founding fathers intended it to be. This country was founded as an extension of Europe. It was a white nation, just like Japan is a Japanese nation.
Our society is getting worse and worse. People are losing their identity. They have no sense of who they are. The generation of my grandfather was okay with immigration, as long as immigrants “assimilated to American culture,” but, in reality, quite the oppostite has happened. We have assimilated to third world mentalities.
I believe in the Right to bear arms, but we shouldn’t have to own machine guns in order to protect our homes. Guns are part of American culture and that will never change, but we have gone from being able to leave our doors unlocked, to sleeping with AR-15s beside our bed. I know I do.
This is the result of a multicultural society. There is nothing positive that comes from it. Diversity is not a strength, it is a source of conflict. The Japanese people do not deal with the kind of problems that we deal with. Sure, they have troubles just like every other nation, but they do not have a “race” problem.
We have been indoctrinated to accept the diversity concept. Violence and human conflict are two of the main results of multiracialism and multiculturalism.
I am not saying that Nicholas Cruz walked into a school and murdered 17 people because of race. I am saying that our society is more dangerous today because of people being forced to live in an environment that makes them uncomfortable.
If diversity was our strength, then why aren’t people lining up to diversify their lives? Why do whites move out of the neighborhoods, once they are inhabited by blacks? Why are 85% of churches still segregated? Don’t you think if diversity was such a good thing, that the government would not have to force people to accept it?
We lost our values when we forgot what made us great to begin with. Our European ancestors made their way across the treacherous seas to make a life in the New World. They built this nation from the ground up. We were a collection of like-minded people, and our politicians threw every bit of that away in the 1960s.
If you want this country to return to a nation of values and order, then we must have this conversation. We must accept the fact that diversity does not work in relations to race. We all have our own identity. Race is real. It is part of who we are and is part of our genetics. Wake up.