Another gem from Quora

I’ll just be lazy and copy and paste:


This is our future, unless we can put a stop to the population-replacement policies now in place.


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I am a paleolibertarian Jew who is also a race-realist. My opinions are often out of the mainstream and often considered "odd" but are they incorrect? Feel free to set me right if you believe so!
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8 Responses to Another gem from Quora

  1. The Gentle Grizzly says:

    But, remember: every culture is equal!

  2. spesbona cape says:

    And they ALL want – nay demand – to come to Europe as “refugees” in order to enrich our pale, male, stale cultures.

  3. deltapolis says:

    could you link this reply, as I can’t find it….thanks

    • jewamongyou says:

      You’ve got to follow the link at the top of the article – and then scroll, scroll scroll. And then scroll some more. I don’t know how to link to a specific answer that’s so far down the page, but it’s there, and you’ll reach it if you keep scrolling.

  4. deltapolis says:

    I thought do. The problem is – its hard not to read other answers as some are so interesting. If you had put the name of the guy who posted it then I could search his answers….thanks

  5. dvdivx says:

    This person clearly hasn’t enjoyed the stench of India. I can say the restaurants and stores will have things in stock but doing business there is a real shit show. Its all about status whoring and “credentials”. Just an awful people. Lots of graft as well. There is a shocking lack of empathy and lying as well. Satan could learn about lying from them. Trust one and they will stab you in the back once they can gain something or replace you with one of their fellow caste members.

  6. Cannot Tell says:

    My parents are from Nigeria. I often feel guilty about supporting the Alternative Right, but there’s no doubt that the West is foolish to let large numbers of Africans emigrate here.

    My mom visits my grandmother in Nigeria at least once a year. I always beg her not to go, but she never listens. I’m not fluent in Yoruba, so I don’t know what I’ll do if she gets kidnapped or hurt and I need to go bring her back.

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