I want you to read what wrote to someone earlier today.
Also to answer your White Supremacist question, no. I believe in racial higherarchy, and that certain European groups (among others) are at the top of said higherarchy, but I wouldn’t define myself as a “White Supremacist.” I think that East Asians, Brahmin, Zoroastrians, and the Jews are equal to North Western European’s as well as most Mediterranean groups, excluding the Balkans. I also don’t see all European groups as being equal, and I think there are certain non-“White” groups that are actually superior to certain European groups.
I’m sceptical of the word White because it’s too vague and can be twisted to mean too many things. It doesn’t describe any particular racial or cultural group, at least not in any meaningful way. It was just thrown together by several disparate “White” people who were trying to justify away of oppressing so called non-White people. In fact if you look back far enough you’ll see that East Asians use to be considered “White,” un until the 18th century. I don’t think that word makes much sense outside of the American context.
Also if you’ve seen many of my posts you’ll know that I’m a big shill for East Asians, and I’m actually half convinced that they are racially superior to British people, and any other European people. Especially with the disgenic affects that things like Welfareism and has had on the West, not to name many others.
I’d ideally want to keep Britain as British as possible, although I wouldn’t mind up to 5% ethnic minorities in the country, regardless of wither or not they’re “White.” My problem is with mass migration fundamentally changing the nature of our country and people. I wouldn’t mind if Britain was say 1% Japanese, 0.7 German, 0.4% Chinese, 0.5 Indian, as long as I was assured that said numbers would stay below 5%.>I have found that calling someone out as a hypocrite for calling for "being nice to everyone" when they were complicit in very un-nice acts crosses that line.
I’ve tried to explain my views on race to people countless times, but most people just go to the default of “you must just hate Black people” after I’ve talked to them. I’m genuinely nice to everyone I meet, and I know this isn’t something I should be particularly proud of, because it’s just common decency, but about a week ago I got into a small argument with a Black person because he was holding the door open for me to walk through and I insisted that he let me hold the door for him. After about 30 seconds he gave in and let me hold the door for him. Again not something amazing, but my point is that if I “hated” Black people I would have likely turn my nose up at him and scoffed before walking through the door, but I don’t, and I treated him just as I would any White British person. (This paragraph is still part of my previous post, but it fits in well here.)
I actively try to be as nice as possible to everyone, regardless of race. Hell I'm vegan and go well out of my way to make sure I don’t do any harm at all to even animals that most people don’t think twice about.
All I want is to live amongst my people. I don’t see why you’d think I hate anyone because of that fact. I mean I’d love to go to somewhere like India, Iran, or China, just to name a few, specifically to experience the people and culture. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want my people to have a home in the world.>It's no secret that Peppermint committed terrible acts against me and my emotional well-being for no particular reason.
You have no idea how much it hurts me to hear you say that. I’ve already told you that I was just as affected by that as you were, if not more so because I have to live with the guilt. And I told you beforehand that I was probably going to hurt you because sometimes I can be too honest, and you said you were ok with that.
I want to be your friend, but you obviously don’t want that from me. But I don’t see why we can’t at least be friendly with each other, without necessarily being friends.