Message from Huge Brain Oliver in Nick Fuentes Server #history-server


2018-03-18 06:06:58 UTC  

Now see, that seems logical, but how in the hell could we discern that for certain? I wish there was some type of hard number we could review and go off of instead of having to resort to multiple different contrasting figures.

2018-03-18 06:08:33 UTC  

It hurts...

2018-03-18 18:20:38 UTC  

I think we need to post about Mike Enoch since he will go down in history as the savior of the white race

2018-03-18 19:07:42 UTC  

Michael “Shark Eyes” Peinovich, God King of The Ethnostate, and Eternal Autarch of Awkwardly Holding Ranch Dressing

2018-03-18 20:34:45 UTC  

American revolution was completely unjustified t b q h

2018-03-18 20:35:19 UTC  

Britain almost bankrupted itself during the 7 years war getting the territory the colonists asked for

2018-03-18 20:35:51 UTC  

and when the tax rate in the colony goes up (still far lower than that in England) to pay off this debt they sperg out and declare independence

2018-03-18 20:36:11 UTC  

granted it all turned out great for the Americans in the end

2018-03-18 20:36:24 UTC  

(they hold world hegemony, foremost power etc)

2018-03-18 20:37:11 UTC  

but the entire revolution was unwarranted

2018-03-18 20:37:56 UTC  

imo

2018-03-18 20:38:38 UTC  

no

2018-03-18 20:39:11 UTC  

American revolution was to protect the liberties against the Westminster absoutism

2018-03-18 20:39:25 UTC  

And the American identity

2018-03-18 20:40:03 UTC  

Americans self-identified as Americans rather than British decades before the revolution

2018-03-18 20:41:57 UTC  

that's a bit of a generalisation, many colonists saw themselves as english transplanted to the Americas

2018-03-18 20:42:10 UTC  

sure some of them adopted a national identity when and after the revolution

2018-03-18 20:42:12 UTC  

happened

2018-03-18 20:42:29 UTC  

but a lot of them (for example the loyalists who moved to canada) considered themselves british first

2018-03-18 20:42:47 UTC  

after the revolution, loyalists migrated (actually got kicked out) to Canada

2018-03-18 20:42:53 UTC  

sure

2018-03-18 20:43:03 UTC  

but that was after the revolution took place

2018-03-18 20:43:08 UTC  

this is the conflict of identity

2018-03-18 20:43:17 UTC  

talking about the initial reasons for it

2018-03-18 20:43:25 UTC  

no way than actions of warfare can solve it

2018-03-18 20:43:29 UTC  

it will happen sooner or later

2018-03-18 20:43:50 UTC  

Americans will never be willing to vote for some representatives in Westminster

2018-03-18 20:44:42 UTC  

none of those living in the colonies wanted direct rule, but they were willing to wait for devolved powers to be granted to them

2018-03-18 20:45:04 UTC  

the Canadians, Australians and kiwis got dominion status sometime in the 30s

2018-03-18 20:45:17 UTC  

they didn't use violence to try and take those powers

2018-03-18 20:45:48 UTC  

fair enough, the Americans did

2018-03-18 20:45:59 UTC  

i just don't think it was worth spilling the blood of their fellows over

2018-03-18 20:46:11 UTC  

at first it is quite mild

2018-03-18 20:46:23 UTC  

but all the time things suddenly got heated

2018-03-18 20:46:29 UTC  

like explosion

2018-03-18 20:46:42 UTC  

no one planned a revolution from the beginning

2018-03-18 20:46:52 UTC  

but in the end, it had to be like this

2018-03-18 20:47:07 UTC  

i'd agree with that

2018-03-18 20:47:21 UTC  

the countries under britain's control only remained there for so long as britain had the power to keep them

2018-03-18 20:47:40 UTC  

as soon as british power waned every colony was pushing for independence or more autonomy