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  22. Evil Anglo · December 8

    I’ve seen most of the movie. Point one. “The Natives” are based on The Nativists. These were American purists, believing that the Anglo-Saxon hegemony over America. There was a fear that the Old Stock would be destroyed. Several of my ancestors were movers and shakers with Nativists.

    That’s my first point of content. This is not Assimilated Irish versus Subversive Irish. Other than that, so far so good in the review. I’m about 20 minutes in.

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    • Viking Life Blog · December 8

      Yes! Germanic people made America great, just like they did to North-West Europe, Canada, Australia, etc..

      Everybody else want to live (more or less) like us and that is why they keep coming to our countries.

      It might be a lost battle in USA, but you should never give preferential treatment to non-Whites and say that South and East Europeans were a part of USA greatness, never. They are more equal to Asians, Africans and South Americans.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        Another thing I thought is: the Usual Complaints have benefitted from pitting the Founding Stock against immigrant hordes. If there’s a take away lesson from BP’s review, it’s that assimilation of like parties CAN occur under very specific conditions. Such as respecting and emulating core stock. The German “vehiehrt und angespien ” comes to mind, forgive my misspelling.

        Point is: the new arrivals of Potato Races are always taught to act as subversives, by giving them preferential treatment and accentuating a manufactured consensus of grievance. Point in case, the Irish Question. 2 factors are never admitted, ONE, why might Anglo-Saxons want to maintain hegemony? The Potato Races are encouraged to maintain their core identity wherever they are. TWO, do the outlier “hate crimes” such as No Irish signs have no historical explanation other than bigotry? The crimes of dishonest migrants are ignored and the reaction of the host population magnified.

        Had the immigration policy of the rightful heirs, WASPs been honoured, than the rightful minority of said Potato Races could benefit, and so could we all as well. But, y’know, elites.

        There is a scene where Irish one says to Irish two: we’ve been fighting this battle for a thousand years, who could have predicted it would follow us here?’ Or something. Everyone acts like they don’t know what they’re getting when they immigrate. But if your people have an antagonistic history with another, maybe don’t follow them across the ocean and play victim.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 8

        Very good point(s).

        Germanic people can usually get along with each other. Unlike pretty much everybody else.

        Yes.

        Yeah, it’s always like that. Invasives just keep coming! It’s insane!

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        It’s the stupid naivety that a famous Irish statesman pointed out, mocking WASPs… but, I can’t help but think of what I would do. If I emigrated to, say, Denmark, or Germany, or England. I would learn the customs, adopt enough so I wouldn’t be disruptive, follow the established rules. In my home I might display my own cultural artefacts, and relax, but in the public space my duty would be to contribute to the existing culture. Which you don’t do by actively thwarting it.

        But that might be a flaw in the Germanic genepool generally. It leads to Germanics being assimilated, when the reverse is not followed, and migrants come to us. Mostly. There are Anglo-Irish, Anglo-Scots, and so on, who are now culturally English and pose no difficulties. Then there is Northern Ireland, which does not view Southern Irish shenanigans fondly.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 8

        I would do the same, but that would only be possible amongst other Germanic people.
        I can not and will not be primitive and corrupt, like most others.

        Yes. That is a flaw, but our people doesn’t really settle much outside Germanic countries.

        In my “Eastern Europe Is Our Mexico” post there is something about a million Polacks in UK and millions of Eastern Europeans in UK, but at the same time less than 15,000 “Brits” has moved to Eastern Europe.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        I’m not British, but no Yankee I know would go East. I really have no reason to leave. I might have gone to England, once, but it grieves me to know it’s blacker than here by a Texas mile.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 9

        Yeah, it’s very bad. North England might not be as bad, that’s also very BNP had success (I believe).
        Denmark has become a sh-thole thanks to you know who, but most other countries seem to be even worse. Especially their big cities like London, Paris, Marseille, Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Bruxelles, Berlin, Stockholm, Malmö, etc.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 9

        I listen to Radio Albion and Patriotic Alternative, they seem to do good work. Cities man. Cursed.

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  23. Evil Anglo · December 8

    Otherwise, this is a pretty good review. Hits a little too close to home though. Oh, fun fact! That no popery flag I always post, comes from some years before the film but was used by English loyal nativists before the official parties, like the Know-Nothings were convoked.

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    • Viking Life Blog · December 8

      There are some good elements in the movie, like real White Nationalism.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        There were. I liked the film, mostly. Have you looked into the Real Butcher Bill?

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 8

        No. I might do that.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        Do that. I was shocked to learn he was a Scot, you’d have not known it from gay modern history. But he’s an example of a migrant descendant having actually assimilated.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 8

        Interesting. Scots are properly the most Germanic on the British Islands, after England.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        I love meeting all sorts from the Anglosphere, English, Australian, Irish, Welsh, but I have a fondness for Scots.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 9

        The Anglosphere is great.
        As I have told you before, the British usually sounds aweful. I would probably prefer North Americans, Australians and those in Africa.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 9

        The British accent, “British” accent is ironic. Like America, there’s regional accents. I’m told. The BBC English and Queen’s, sorry King’s English are said to be influenced by the Hanoverian dynasties (German) which became Windsor. Formerly Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Anyway, most of them couldn’t, or wouldn’t, master English and so had rather pronounced accents. The court emulates royals, and there you go. A German descended people imitating Germans.

        They SAY prior to this the English accent may have sounded more like a Yankee one, due to the first Settlers having come here towards the beginning of Hanoverian Britain. (Queen Elizabeth alive for chartering Virginia. King James II for signing off on colonizing New England, Queen Anne was the last Stuart in the early 1700s.)

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 9

        Makes sense. My taste might also be colored by what I have been exposed to, the most.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 9

        Fair. You know, it’s funny. My wife loves British television. A lot of women do. So we’ve seen our share. It’s actually made ABC English sound foreign to me.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 9

        I have watched some English comedy shows, like what I have shared.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 9

        The two we liked were Doc Martin and… eh, I forget. Maybe it was Sherlock. I drift in and out of shows.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 9

        But that’s just me having scrambled my own brains.

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        Kinda like Grieg, my favourite composer. Turns out his Scottish too. This used to bug me, but I’ve come to see it as an example of the Folksoul of Norway transforming raw material into Norwegian clay for sculpting. After all, Norway seems to tout Grieg as an element of Norwegian revival.

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      • Viking Life Blog · December 8

        I did not know Grieg (I think). Call me “main stream”, but my favorit is properly Richard Wagner!

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      • Evil Anglo · December 8

        Who couldn’t love Wagner? I listened to a fascinating bit about that the other day.

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