Message from SledgeHammer in Vibrant Diversity #general
You got a point with that lad
yes, the old way of how work, home and civic/religious were organized is best @Convo
Like I agree with you making africa a low meddling nature zone
Whites are capable of pretty much anything. And nature in general with excel under White rule
But you will have animals go extinct
@SledgeHammer yeah that's fine, I don't mind that much
if little fishies go extinct because they can't compete with a nearby fish, I don't care enough to interfere. Unless it's a foreign invasive species or something, in which case yeah genocide the invaders.
But now you can study that animal
To a ultra high degree
Or it's biology
Some features of which can be beneficial to mankind
Remember this, gentlemen... Survival of the fittest
something like 60% of college degrees are in biology. I'd love it if we just had expeditions of biologists studying every species and collecting samples just in case one of them goes extinct, so they ahve a DNA hard copy for storage.
I will shed my temporary filthy urbanite cloak soon and never put it on again.
It's actually survival of who fits their environment best
I wish people who claimed to be scientists where racist
God damn it mom
imagine if you were required to pass an IQ test in order to live inside of a city.
How cool would that be
Niggers are not people
Maybe in an ethnostate, but we're a long way from huwhite city
Has anyone seen that new movie?
Resources are scarce
You only get to live based on your SAT score
Watch as three kids fight the system
The happiest feeling in the world to me specifically is
going to gym then studying while listening to rainymood while drinking a smoothie
On your Talmud century Fox
Not listening to Forndom in the gym
Don't base it on sat scores, the chinks will cheat.
My best feel is certainly sitting down watching the sunset over the lakes after a long day of splitting wood while enjoying a good cider.
it's like Burzum but more ambient
It's like being a druid
I listen to it driving in the mountains of CA