Knowledge is Power in Our Struggle for Racial Survival
(Information that should be shared with as many of our people as possible -- do your part to counter Jewish control of the mainstream media -- pass it on and spread the word)
October 12, 2015
Here is a timely article from James Edwards' The Political Cesspool that tells us a lot about the relative qualities of Whites vs. so-called indigenous peoples in the Americas, and some other non-Whites in our society as well:
At last count, at least eight cities in the U.S. have replaced Columbus Day with something called 'Indigenous Peoples' Day.' All so we can kneel down and pay tribute to the feelings and sensitivities of something like the two percent of our population that is considered to be 'indigenous' using the definitions of the liberals and the 'politically correct.'
Ah yes, the beauty of multiculturalism. Certainly, we must not neglect to give equal or even preferential recognition to all the great civilizing societies that made up the foundation of our great nation. Diversity is our strength, after all. Even when it comes to erasing our White heritage and the celebration of our European history and accomplishments.
Here is another look at the primitives who were colonized and then dominated by the White race in the Americas:
Life Styles: Native & Imposed, by Kevin Beary
Maybe that happy little article about indigenous peoples will clarify things for you.