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Oskar Heil

50 Ways to Be More Eurocentric

Stick to your own kind of Europeans.

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Please note, when I say “European” I mean racially European, both native Europeans and the diaspora. Wherever Europeans live, we create European civilizations, culture, and inventions.

  1. Study the seven heavenly virtues and strive to live by them.
  2. Practice ingenuous honesty, and do not attempt to conceal or obscure the truth. That is the way of others, not our way.
  3. Study European ethics, philosophy, and older books on conduct of life.
  4. Embrace the beautiful and the good in art, music, literature, home life, and every other aspect of your life. Don’t let relativism erase your instinctive standards of truth, beauty, and goodness.
  5. Have as many children as your heart desires. Love them dearly.
  6. Raise your children to love themselves, their heritage, and their people.
  7. Prioritize the needs of your family over the needs of others, as we prioritize the needs of our people over the needs of outsiders.
  8. Celebrate the Wheel…

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C. Lorenz AG

Lorenz SZ 42 cipher teletypewriter, C. Lorenz AG, Berlin, ca. 1943

How Southern and Eastern Europeans Contribute to White Genocide!

This English Town Backed Brexit.

In the past 15 years, as many as 8,000 east Europeans have moved into Thetford, swelling the town’s population to roughly 27,000 and changing the fabric of everyday life, said Mayor Denis Crawford, a member of the U.K. Independence Party who led the vote for Brexit in the town.

“If you walk down the street, you don’t hear English very much,” Crawford said. “One of my main concerns was that immigration was happening too fast.”

In 2016, the district of Breckland, which includes Thetford, voted by 64 percent to leave the EU. Everyone from the police chief to the mayor to local residents said perceptions about immigration helped propel the Leave campaign.

It also hosts no fewer than eight Polish and Lithuanian food stores, most of which advertise their European goods with the circle of 12 yellow stars that adorn the EU’s flag. It’s a jarring sight in a town that overwhelmingly voted to leave the bloc.

In the 1990s the first wave of EU migrants was the Portuguese who came to work on farms and factories. Roughly 5,000 Portuguese remain in Thetford, according to the mayor, with a shop, a butcher and a café. Some even resent the east Europeans who have followed them.

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Political drama in occupied Denmark