So back to the news story in question. What do you think the reasoning behind this irrelevant story was? Well, firstly, it was to cast a shadow over the reputation of Patrick Swayze even though the man is no longer alive - what easier way to taint a man than to suggest that his family are somehow "irregular" or "irrational". Secondly, it produces in the mind of the wider Gentile population, the idea that being a nationalist is wrong, wicked, evil, unnatural or any other euphemism you can think of when ultimately, it is simply a decision of conscience just the same as my decision to exclude Jews from my hemisphere is a decision of conscience. I personally could care less if someone wants to shave off their hair, tattoo a swastika on their arse, then sign up to the Aryan Strike Force of Hitler. Conversely, I could care less, if a group of individuals want to don a suit and tie call themselves the Black Nationalist Supremacy Group of the Mother Wheel and then stroll up and down the streets of Chicago and London proclaiming themselves to be divinity incarnate. I just do not care, and neither should anyone else.
We are autonomous human beings and are permitted to think and believe whatever we care to, and the more that