You ever think white people might literally be the devil or related to them?
I’m not religious but I found the parallels interesting. It wouldn’t be all that surprising seeing as everyone called them a white devil at one point or another.
1 The Devil is a Deceiver
First, they disarmed the First Nations with promises of “Christian” salvation before they stole everything. Then they claimed to be fighting for freedom and democracy only to enslave them http://www.amazon.com/Killing-Hope-C-I-Interventions-II–Updated
/dp/1567512526/ and today, they’re claiming to fight for “human rights” before destroying them
Hook up culture, cheating, gratuitous sex, and violence in all forms of media, get rich scams, free porn online, lies to instigate wars and racist hate crimes, etc are promoted everywhere.
3 The Devil is a Thief
At a minimum, hundreds of millions of victims around the world can attest to the insatiable greed of white people. From stealing entire continents, to chopping off hands to end competition from the South Asian Asian textile industry during the British Raj, to stealing the labor of millions of slaves, who unlike many parts of the world, were NOT made freed after a short period of time, but rather, worked until dead. Today, their scams continue with economic hit men http://www.amazon.com/Confessions-Economic-Hit-John-Perkins/dp/0452287081/ and the petrodollar super scam.
4 The Devil is a Murderer
At a minimum, hundreds of millions of victims around the world can attest to the cruelty of white people. In fact, there’s not a single large group that hasn’t been brutalized by them: All the Asians, Middle Easterners, First Nations of the Americas, Africans, Hawaiis, Australian aboriginals, New Zealanders, etc.
5 The Devil is a Distorter
The devil is not a creator; instead he takes what God has created and perverts it. A prime example of this is the area of sexuality. God created sex to be enjoyed by a husband and wife in the context of the marriage covenant. Satan has taken this gift of God and perverted it through promiscuity, adultery, homosexuality, pornography, and other distortions.
Over 90% of the world’s porn produced in America. The other porn capitals are in Europe and the militarily occupied Japan, which produces the vast majority of Asian porn.
BLTG extremism is created and promoted by the West.
By chance, I stumbled upon this video and as crazy it sounds, I do see parallels in how weak eg “beta” men are a huge factor, if not the sole factor, in female defection. When I think about how ridiculously weak many Asian men are, I can’t help but wonder if this video has captured the essence of our problem. You can skip the first video and just watch the second one
Why Women DESTROY NATIONS * / CIVILIZATIONS - and other UNCOMFORTABLE
How Women DESTROY NATIONS * / & other UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTHS (PART II)
The summary for the second video:
Women have zero loyalty
Women are easily socially coercible. You can easily coerce them by making them an outsider unless they submit eg spread their legs. This is what wm did to us. Women do this as an adaptation for survival during invasions. Women’s need to belong overrides everything.
Women want powerful masculine men. Feminized betas are completely screwed. There’s no group of men more beta than today’s East Asian men.
Women do not even realize on a conscious level that they’re doing this so talking to them is largely pointless.
note: The channel is likely run by a wm sexpat and has an anti-China bias and pro-White/pro-European bias. Nevertheless, these two videos are instructive.
China takes gender equality seriously unlike the military rape capital of the world
SUSAN BURKE, Attorney - What we hear again and again from soldiers who have been raped, what was as bad, if not worse, was to receive professional retaliation in their chosen career merely because they were
CAPT. DEBRA DICKERSON, U.S. Air Force - If a man gets accused of rape, it’s a setup. The woman is lying.
CHRISTINA JONES, U.S. Army - Even the rape kit and everything and the person — my friend catching him raping me, they still don’t believe me.
ANDREA WERNER, U.S. Army - They actually did charge me with adultery. I wasn’t married. He was.
The director of “The Invisible War” is Kirby Dick
JEFFREY BROWN - we have known this is a problem for a long time, but how big a problem? How pervasive is it ?
KIRBY DICK - Well, it’s extremely extensive. According to the Dept. of Defense’s own estimates, more than 19,000 men and women are sexually assaulted each year in the U.S. military. Now, if you multiply that times the decades that this has been going on, there’s over 500,000, perhaps even close to a million men and women have been sexually assaulted over the last three generations. 86 percent of men and women who are sexually assaulted in the military don’t report.
New Comics Anthology ‘Permanent Alien’ Highlights the Asian-American Experience
Michelle Zhuang says the idea for a new zine highlighting the young Asian-American experience came to them in a flash.
“I was waiting for Mariel [Rodriguez, a fellow artist], and I thought, 'What if we made comics featuring people who looked like us for people who looked like us?” Zhuang, a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, told NBC News. They immediately told Rodriguez about the idea as the pair walked the campus. Rodriguez was equally enthusiastic.
“It’s something I wanted to do for a long time, but I just hadn’t had the chance,” Rodriguez said.
Rhode Island School of Design seniors Jean Wei, Mariel Rodriguez, Hanna Cha and Michelle Zhuang came up with the concept of “Permanent Alien” after long discussions about Asian American identity.
Rhode Island School of Design seniors Jean Wei, Mariel Rodriguez, Hanna Cha and Michelle Zhuang came up with the concept of “Permanent Alien” after long discussions about Asian American identity. Jean Wei
Together with fellow illustration majors Hanna Cha and Jean Wei, the group began discussing and expanding on the idea that would become “Permanent Alien,” a comic anthology available in digital format now and in print soon.
Once they came up with the name “Permanent Alien,” the group knew it would be an instant conversation starter. “It came about because it is the status of Asian Americans. It doesn’t matter what you do or where you are from,” Rodriguez said. “You’re still seen as foreign.”
Fatal shooting of sexagenarian causes uproar among Chinese Americans
The shooting of a 60-year-old man in Chesapeake, Virginia, has stirred up indignation among Chinese-American communities, who are demanding justice for the killing of the unarmed man.
The incident is the latest in a series of shootings involving Chinese Americans and took place in the victim’s minivan on Jan. 26. Jiansheng Chen, a retiree whose English was “very limited,” was shot to death by a security guard while playing Pokémon Go, a popular augmented reality game, NBC News reported.
Though local police have confirmed that Mr. Chen was unarmed at the time, the security guard’s attorney is claiming self-defense, media reported.
No one has yet been charged in connection with the shooting.
Local police have not released further details on the shooting, but Chinese Americans have voiced their discontent, demanding authorities carry out an impartial investigation.
“I can’t sleep after hearing about the tragedy. I fear my family members may become the next victims. Chinese Americans are vulnerable in the U.S., I don’t think this would have occurred if [Mr. Chen] was an African American or a Muslim,” said Cui Songyao, a Chinese American on WeChat.
“The incident was reported by mainstream media in the U.S. a week after it occurred. It seems to me the public didn’t pay much attention to the tragedy because the victim is a Chinese American. More people should know about this incident and justice should be given to the victim,” Alexandra Shi, a Chinese student in New York, told People’s Daily Online.
In response to the incident, chat groups have also been formed on social media platforms, such as WeChat, to support the impartial investigation of the shooting. “Civil Rights,” a WeChat public account founded in 2013 to support the legal rights of Chinese Americans, has also called for Chinese-American communities to support Mr. Chen and his family.