John Boniface (Discord ID: 513180516669980674), page 1

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Thanks for the warm welcome! @Tyler0317

@American Identitaire Hello! New pledge here, too.

@Isabella Locke-MT Hi there! New pledge here too. Doing great. Hope all is well on your end.

If birds arenโ€™t real, and bald eagles are birds, and bald eagles are a symbol of freedom, does that mean freedom isnโ€™t real and weโ€™re all just slaves in some awful choose your own scare goosebumps book with only 2 or 3 possible outcomes?

I need to go sit down for a while @Goldstein Riots

The Solutrean Hypothesis is fascinating, but it isnโ€™t going to do us any political favors. Anti-whites will remain anti-white regardless of what evidence we can come up with. Ultimately, the truth of the matter is there is no America before Europeans arrived. Native American is a terribly misguiding title.

@V.Balboa - PA thatโ€™s a favorite of mine. I love Sinatra.

Dude that is infuriating. Iโ€™m more upset by the fact that none of this shocks me anymore.

@Lily Lee - NJ I donโ€™t want to not be shocked by this anymore. It worries me so much. I have two young children. I can do my best to teach them the truth, but they will still inevitably see this spiritual filth. What will they not be shocked by as adults? This is why we have to win. Our children have the right to grow up in a functional society; one that they love, and one that loves them.

@DrewMT Agreed. When I get black pilled, I like to think of our situation this way...

Many of our ancestors were fortunate enough to live in a time akin to a beautiful sculpture. It was crafted from stone by the small, repetitive, deliberate and harmonious actions of their ancestors. We do not live in the age of fine sculptures, but rather, of raw material. It is our turn to make beauty out of stone, to shape something wonderful from a chaotic medium. We are not those so fortunate to observe the sculpture. We are the sculptors.

@DrewMT Thank you, my friend. Our goal should be, first and foremost, to create something beautiful. Only beautiful things last in the material world. Iโ€™m a big fan of John Keats. In his poem On Ode A Grecian Urn, Keats ends with:

When old age shall this generation waste, thou shallt remain in midst of other woe
Then ours, a friend of man, to whom tho sayโ€™st,
โ€œBeauty is truth - truth, beautyโ€
That is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.

Just wanted to say thank you, Patrick, for your time tonight. Have to help get my youngest to bed, so Iโ€™ll be leaving now. Looking forward to working with you all toward a brighter future for our people!


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