Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Children told there is no such thing as being ‘white’

I don’t have a problem with other races or their cultures, but what I do have a problem with is not being allowed to be proud of my own.

In today’s Britain, and many other countries, it is politically incorrect be proud to be anything except white. Whites are no longer represented, crimes against whites go unreported and unpunished, and anti-white propaganda is spewed forth to our children. They are being brainwashed into believing their history and culture is something to be ashamed of. They refer to the Aryan race as being racist, Nazi and supremacist.

The word Aryan refers to the Caucasian race and originates from Sanskrit meaning honourable, respectful and noble, and originates from Hinduism in south Asia.

They tell us that we are all one race but that is not true. There are three main races: Caucasoid (white), Negroid (black), Mongoloid (asian), each determined by specific traits not only by the obvious, skin colour, but traits such as, blood analysis, body dimensions and skull size and shape as can be seen in the picture below.

Skull comparisons

And this brings me to why I am writing this article. The following video shows how teachers are demoralising and shaming white students from an early age by telling them there is no such thing as a white person, which is in my opinion racist child abuse.

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