We are all familiar with the religion of miscegenation; it is generally a thinly veiled wish for the destructi0n of whites as a race. But I now realize there is also a religion of anti-miscegenation. This may seem odd, coming from a person such as myself. For I strongly appose genocide, whether it is accomplished through weapons or through lust.
But whatever practice one chooses to oppose, one of the questions he should ask himself is “to what degree do I oppose it?” Many people have a slight distaste for miscegenation; we find them saying things like, “I would rather my daughter date a white man, but if she brings home a black man, I would accept him as well – as long as they’re happy.” Most white nationalists (and black nationalists and Jewish nationalists etc.) would react much more strongly. Many would disown their own children for this transgression. Others would even go so far as to murder them.
Although I have misgivings about quoting him, somebody showed me these appropriate, if vulgar, words from Birdman Bryant:
Suppose you were left abandoned on a desert island with a black girl for a substantial period of time. Are you telling me you aren’t going to f–k her? Well, unless you are some kind of very weird dude or yr root’s gone limp, you will. And suppose you have kids with her — are you saying you are going to kill them? Not likely, Bro. Chances are you will raise them and love them as your own. And suppose you return to civilization and tell your white racialist comrades what you did with your little negress — do you expect them to nail you to a cross and burn it? Somehow I don’t think so.
Birdman seems to believe he is the smartest man on Earth. I don’t know about that, but his words do have an element of truth in this case. Just how far are we willing to go to avoid miscegenation? A friend of mine, anticipating an upcoming trip to Asia, jokingly remarked, “maybe I’ll meet somebody there”. I replied, “an Asian wife is better than no wife at all” – and I stand by my words. The man in question is quite young and, in my opinion, there is no justification for him to seek a wife among the Asians*. But what about a not-so-young man or a disabled man whose prospects for a white wife are practically non-existent? It is not necessary to go into detail here; each of us has our own specific situation and requirements. But one can imagine a scenario where the choices are a) live out your life alone or b) marry outside your race. Which would you choose?
After Word War II, some Jewish men in Poland found themselves in precisely this predicament. These survivors faced either life alone or life with a gentile woman. I do not believe that any of them chose the first option.
Another scenario, where miscegenation should be tolerated, though still discouraged for the bad example it sets, is among old people. They are not going to start families and simply wish to enjoy each other’s company in their waning years.
I do not deny that there are individuals who, through their great inner strength and firm resolve, would meet the challenge and (in a manner of speaking) become martyrs. There is a Talmudic story of a couple that was madly in love. When it became clear that, due to social restrictions, they could never marry, they each lived out their lives in celibacy so strong was their devotion to each other.
My opinion, for what it’s worth, is that I admire those who sacrifice so much for their principles. On the other hand, I think it is unfair to demand the same from others. I think there is a fine line between strong moral conviction and blind religious faith that does not allow for any distinctions or grey areas.
*Yes, this does make my remark rather irrelevant; it was meant as a general observation and it was said without much thought.