Message from Thomas Ryan in Front And Center #general

2017-10-07 02:02:02 UTC  

I actually spent like 30 minutes in this conversation trying to incorporate the stripes into a southern cross for maximum autism, but it looked terrible

2017-10-07 02:02:13 UTC  

If I changed it to "We must secure the existence of our people, and a future for our posterity" does it change the meaning? Does it change the overall concept? If you said you believed in a 15 worded slogan would it make you a civic nationalist?

2017-10-07 02:02:26 UTC  
2017-10-07 02:02:35 UTC  

I've sent it straight to hell

2017-10-07 02:02:51 UTC  

Do you not agree with the statement I just wrote because it isnt a commonly known slogan?

2017-10-07 02:03:01 UTC  

It's a total cuck statement.

2017-10-07 02:03:03 UTC  

lol jk

2017-10-07 02:03:05 UTC  

also a fair point

2017-10-07 02:03:24 UTC  

We can add "Gas the kikes race war now" into a little floating banner

2017-10-07 02:03:28 UTC  

to avoid cucking

2017-10-07 02:03:29 UTC  

The slogan does not define the concept of tribalism without any other statement doing justice.

2017-10-07 02:03:30 UTC  

Well, yeah, but 14 words is well known. It's highly militant, yet the content is quite even-keeled.

2017-10-07 02:04:24 UTC  

I want our flag to be something that could fly over a nation and be timeless. Fascism is militant, and it's in the symbol. The 13 stars was a symbol of insurrectionists and revolutionaries, it's militant, it's in there.

2017-10-07 02:04:46 UTC  

it's a good flag man. we are just having an autist discussion.

2017-10-07 02:04:49 UTC  

The stars, the fasces, the stripes, they're all intangibly bound to American history.

2017-10-07 02:05:42 UTC  

I'm not upset, I'm just drawing the distinction between overall cultural concepts that define America, and colloquialisms that are great, and I agree with, but not something to wrap a nation in.

2017-10-07 02:05:45 UTC  


2017-10-07 02:06:45 UTC  

906 pm is real autism hours.

2017-10-07 02:07:23 UTC  

I don't think it's a mere 'colloqualism.' I think it's a guiding philosophy. It makes the nation explicitly white. The 13 colonies reference does not. They were white... but it really only implies it. The civic nationalist would tell you that dot Indians could have pulled off the Boston Tea Party.

2017-10-07 02:08:08 UTC  

It reminds me of that maxim "any non-profit which isn't explicitly conservative, soon becomes liberal." In this day, any nation not explicitly white, turns brown.

2017-10-07 02:08:42 UTC  

The 14 words did not invent the concept of tribalism, it existed before they were coined. Also, remember, there's a fasces there. The symbol of quite literal Fascism. Strength through unity, unity through blood.

2017-10-07 02:09:11 UTC  

There we go

2017-10-07 02:09:14 UTC  

something for everyone

2017-10-07 02:09:20 UTC  


2017-10-07 02:09:47 UTC  

"This is a white country" has 5 words, therefore we should have 5 stars.

2017-10-07 02:10:02 UTC  

That's faulty logic.

2017-10-07 02:10:03 UTC  

The 14 words are established, but I do agree

2017-10-07 02:10:31 UTC  

I'd say maybe 1/5 Americans have heard the 14 words, and that's only a recent thing

2017-10-07 02:10:48 UTC  

1/5 is greater than 1/10.

2017-10-07 02:10:56 UTC  

And 1/10 can start a mass movement.

2017-10-07 02:11:01 UTC  

We were far less than 1/10 6 months ago

2017-10-07 02:11:08 UTC  

But I also see your point

2017-10-07 02:11:14 UTC  

By putting the 14 words, as a concept, on the flag that represents the American Identity, you are kind of lifting David Lane up above George Washington, or any other founding figure this nation has known.

2017-10-07 02:11:39 UTC  

That's a better argument.

2017-10-07 02:11:39 UTC  

Your flags are all g2g, Thomas. Y'all jokers have a good night. I gotta get some sleep.

2017-10-07 02:12:03 UTC  

goodnight friend

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2017-10-07 02:13:00 UTC  

So you're leaning on top left Thomas?