Message from Why Tea in Nice Respectable People Group #whitepills

2017-12-21 19:12:36 UTC  

McCain was always a tumorous growth in Congress.

2017-12-21 19:18:44 UTC  

Tumor is a national hero as far as I'm concerned. Tumor for Nancy Pelosi 2018

2017-12-21 19:36:05 UTC  

The tumor is probably a shitlord

2017-12-21 19:36:11 UTC  


2017-12-21 19:36:31 UTC  

the tumor's our deep state inside the deep state

2017-12-21 21:30:07 UTC  

This is good. This is one of the few times in recent memory in which an implicitly female concern manifests itself against an implicitly non-European threat. It’s a more clear rallying cry for Swedish men, who can come out and march with the women organically, instead of as an abstract political statements.

2017-12-21 22:09:05 UTC  

If they don't understand that it is specifically browns raping whites, then they've really missed the plot. It's Sweden, so I assume they'll turn it into #YesAllMen or something

2017-12-22 03:24:16 UTC  

The best whitepill is not the article, but the comments. There is one comment calling the other commenters racist, and it has 21 likes vs 1064 dislikes.

2017-12-22 18:30:32 UTC

2017-12-22 23:39:48 UTC
For nearly half a century, schoolchildren have been taught that the first human visitors to the New World belonged to the Clovis culture, known for chipped-stone spear points first discovered in New Mexico.
Archaeologists say these people crossed the Bering Land Bridge from Asia about 12,000 years ago.
To dispute Clovis-first by a few thousand years was controversial. Some archaeologists had won begrudging acceptance with a few scattered excavations.
But to propose a site more than 100,000 years older was professional suicide. It would undermine the research and reputations of most archaeologists now studying the New World.
“If you claim something is that old, you get blasted,” Cerutti said, “which is why some archaeologists stopped working on sites like this. They didn’t want to get blasted.”

2017-12-22 23:39:54 UTC  


2017-12-22 23:40:01 UTC  


2017-12-22 23:43:38 UTC  

Cool stuff, but discoveries that blow away all previous science come along all the time, and then are quietly discredited and forgotten.

2017-12-23 00:47:23 UTC  


2017-12-23 01:02:45 UTC  

no blackpills

2017-12-23 02:50:07 UTC  

it's not disproven

2017-12-23 02:50:33 UTC  

modern science is mostly lies

2017-12-23 13:09:53 UTC  

Anthropology and Archaeology took a "wrong turn" for *many*, but not *all*, practitioners at a certain point. And it became heretical to go against the "consensus" except when you had excellent evidence. 130,000 years is problematic for a couple of reasons. First and notably, the integration, admixture, and ultimate replacement of the Neandertals hadn't happened yet. If you're saying the group came from that population. So you'd need to have tools and artifacts that match the technology they'd have had at the time. Or skeletal evidence. If you're saying they were the non-mixed group, then the resultant population wouldn't have (obviously) the same Neandertal admixture and SNPs, most likely. If you're then saying that later on, the admixture happened with the second group that came over, then that's all well and good, but again you'd need evidence. If you're saying they all died out, which is the default position, you're up there at the start trying to explain how an archaic hominid from that long ago had technology that doesn't show up anywhere else for ~80-100K years.

2017-12-23 17:14:09 UTC

2017-12-23 17:14:54 UTC  

Ok I suck at this trying to get a visual up but lol anyway you get the gist

2017-12-23 17:15:51 UTC  

almost like there's another agenda out there. Good this is getting out there though.

2017-12-23 17:16:43 UTC  


2017-12-24 17:52:27 UTC  

@Pavel Cristović Kurz agrees.

2017-12-24 18:02:30 UTC  

Austria-Hungary ftw <:chad:359013583469805568> @Deleted User

2017-12-24 22:10:24 UTC  

I had a reunion party with half a dozen former high school peers last night and after a few drinks 5 of them were arguing with the one leftist kid for not being a WN and 3 expressed interest in Identity Evropa, one is already a member

2017-12-24 22:11:30 UTC  

@Francisco Nuñez - CA did they all know you were a member?

2017-12-24 22:11:50 UTC  


2017-12-24 22:12:00 UTC  

I recruited one of them last month

2017-12-24 22:12:14 UTC  

Text them links to the app link

2017-12-24 22:12:23 UTC  

already did chief

2017-12-24 22:13:01 UTC  

My goal is 4 recruits by the end of the year

2017-12-24 22:13:43 UTC  

Who /spreadingthegoodnews/ here???

2017-12-24 22:16:08 UTC  

100,000 men by 2020

2017-12-24 22:16:21 UTC  

March on Washington soon brothers

2017-12-24 22:22:06 UTC  

I need to get better at redpilling and recruiting people. I've become so accustomed to keeping my mouth shut that I don't put forth my best effort to bring more people on board.