Architect of Avalon
Since Feb 7, 2017

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Life has two parts for good people:

The first part is establishing and maintaining a peaceful home, family, and way of life.

The second part is recognizing that you have to be unceasingly vigilant against all of the bad people who want to imperil your peaceful home, family, and way of life.

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These are the stages of genocide:

1. Chase

2. Erase

3. Replace

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May the descendants of European women be European.

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The best thing that a woman can say to a man is, "I'm pregnant with your baby."

The second best thing that a woman can say to a man is, "Yes of course I will sign the premarital contract."

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Men build the future for the sake of their stake in the future, which is the prosperity of their posterity. Take that incentive away, by aborting men's daughters and sons, and men no longer care to build the future. At that point, civilization collapses, which is happening now. Look around.

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Women are legally empowered to kill innocent babies between conception and birth either without the knowledge of or over the objections of the fathers of those babies, so it is the most natural thing possible for men to stand up against that, and to fight for the legal right to protect their own daughters and sons from being murdered by mothers.

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I only support politicians who support the Right to Life of babies between conception and birth, despite the duplicitous bullying by some Republicans who claim that pro-abortion Republicans merit support for various stupid reasons.

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Anyone who treats Russians as the enemy, despite the fact that most of them are European by heritage, is drawing battle lines based on the wrong criteria.

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Nationalism is a group constructively standing together for common identity and interests, like when people of Irish heritage gather for a Celtic festival.