Message from @Deleted User

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2018-10-14 01:07:37 UTC  

I think there’s also a factor of competence and common sense. If you are drinking for the sole purpose of getting drunk, you’re an idiot. Having a drink on certain occasions is fine.

2018-10-14 03:19:24 UTC  

Lately I’ve been using alcohol as fuel to the fire when burning Jews/nigs so I support it

2018-10-14 03:19:44 UTC  

Nice meme

2018-10-14 03:19:57 UTC  

This was a serious topic

2018-10-14 03:26:56 UTC  

I’m pretty serious

2018-10-14 03:27:09 UTC  

Post pics

2018-10-14 03:27:22 UTC  

Sure thing

2018-10-14 03:27:36 UTC  


2018-10-14 03:28:46 UTC  

But personally I don’t drink alcohol. I’ve seen too many of my white brothers and sisters fall victim to this venom, and I will not sacrifice my integrity for a swig of fermented grapes. A drunk alpha is no longer an alpha

2018-10-14 12:04:34 UTC  

Alcohol drinks in moderate consumption is healthy

2018-10-14 12:04:42 UTC  

Especially beer and wine

2018-10-14 12:04:59 UTC  

Spirits too

2018-10-14 13:20:13 UTC  

rakija is what keeps old men alive

2018-10-14 14:36:41 UTC  

National socialist sXe <:swas:449290177333035028>

2018-10-17 19:08:32 UTC  

If you can read Spanish you should pick up one of miguel Serrano’s books for cheap

2018-10-28 04:55:54 UTC  

what's up gamers

2018-10-28 04:56:17 UTC  

Salutations comrade!

2018-10-28 04:57:46 UTC  


2018-11-10 22:08:36 UTC  

**"If the government is driving a nationality to its destruction, the rebellion of every member of that people is not merely a right, but a duty. Whether or not this condition exists is not shown by theoretical stories, but it is shown when force is used against the people and in the success of effort to suppress the nationality."** *- Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf*

2018-11-11 10:42:20 UTC  

This is relevant to everyone from every country at the moment with the love of political correctness bullshit being taken seriously by governments.

2018-11-15 15:11:46 UTC  

Anyone have some good literature that explains the difference between nationalism and patriotism?

2018-11-15 15:41:34 UTC  

patriotisim is loyality to the state

2018-11-15 17:58:18 UTC  

I dont think that definition is right

2018-11-15 17:58:33 UTC  

Patriotism is loving your country.

2018-11-15 17:59:35 UTC  

Nationalism is a political ideology in which you try to improve ur country and further its interests often at the expense of other countries.

2018-11-15 18:04:07 UTC  

Search books on nationalism on google

2018-11-15 18:05:05 UTC  

Loads of books by famous political scientists and historians come up.

2018-11-15 18:35:12 UTC  

Mein kampf

2018-11-15 20:40:43 UTC  

Patriotism is loyalty to the cultural foundations of the society in which that particular state exists

2018-11-15 21:01:56 UTC  

👍🏻 <:swas:449290177333035028>

2018-11-15 21:11:18 UTC  


2018-11-15 21:48:58 UTC  

@Deleted User Are you estonian?

2018-11-15 21:53:54 UTC  
2018-11-15 21:54:19 UTC  


2018-12-07 22:30:54 UTC

2018-12-16 23:50:52 UTC  

“If anyone should try to improve us with nonsense about putting on airs of moral superiority for appearance’s sake or showy-idealism because it is what they think other people believe we should do, there can only be one answer: Any question of destiny that is as important as a people’s struggle to survive immediately disposes of any duty to demonstrate “proper” appearances or to be concerned in any way with how we appear to outsiders. The least beautiful thing that can exist in human life is the yoke of slavery. Or do these touchy-feely people find the present lot of the German nation only an appearance to be viewed by others? We have no need to discuss the matter with the Jews. They are the inventors of this perfume of civilization which makes people more concerned with appearances than with survival. Their whole existence is a denial of the beauty of God’s creation.” - Adolf Hitler

2018-12-19 21:01:51 UTC  

I felt like the part about climate change on last night's show had some mistakes, so I figured I'd type this out it contains some very basic info, not to sound condescending but because I want people who have no understanding of physical geography to be able to understand it as well. First of all, it's entirely true that the sun has an influence on the temperature on earth to deny that would be madness. The earth is a system, and a part of that system regulates temperature. Roughly how that goes is that the sun shines on it, some of that light turns into heat, some is reflected and some of that reflected light gets reflected back due to the greenhouse effect of the atmosphere. Many of these gasses are carbon based (although water is the most important, but I'll get to that later.) These carbon based greenhouse gasses(like methane and carbon dioxide) are part of a cycle. This means that the amount of carbon is always the same, it's just present in different forms. If we simplify this cycle, we can discern a long and a short cycle. Essentially how these work is: carbon in the air is put into organic matter by plants, these plants partially get eaten by animals, so the carbon stored ends up in all biomass we have. A lot of this biomass will be converted back into a gas form of carbon, then get stored in biomass again, and so on. This is the short cycle. The use of wood to heat homes draws from this cycle for example. This isn't necessarily all that stimulating for the greenhouse effect because a tree will grow back in a relatively short timespan, storing the same amount of carbon that was used to heat the home earlier. The long cycle is a different story however. A very small part of the biomass is converted into fossil fuels, like oil or coal. These fossil fuels then get stored in the earth's crust. I haven't had geography for ages so I'm not entirely sure how this works for land plates, but the tectonic plates eventually melt. With sea plates this is because they