Monday, August 24, 2015

QOTD: Greg Johnson

Today's quote of the day is from Greg Johnson, Editor-in-Chief of Counter-Currents Publishing.  The entire article can be read here.

"This is the story of our whole race in a nutshell. More whites are dying than being born, and whites are being replaced by non-whites in our own homelands. And what will happen to our history, our culture, and all our precious stuff when there are no white people around to care about it? Most of it will go in the dumpster."

The story that Greg Johnson is referring to is that of an elderly woman who lived next door to him, who passed away a few months ago.  She apparently had no family, or at least none who cared about her possessions, most of which were left in her house when it was bought by an Asian family.  As they emptied the house, the woman's books were put in bundles on the curb for recycling.  One of the bundles contained a Latin bible, printed in 1618.  According to Greg, it contained inscriptions indicating that it had been in the same family since the 1600's.  It's value in terms of the heritage it represented for the family that owned it must have been priceless.  But the family that owned it died out, and all of that heritage goes in the dumpster because there was no one left to appreciate it.  The home's new Asian owners were uninterested even in the book's monetary value as an antique.  As Greg says, it really a metaphor for what is happening to the White race.

This is a theme that I have been hammering on recently, particularly in a piece that I have been working on and hopefully will publish in a day or two.  The things that White people care about will go in the dumpster of history when we are not there to protect them.

Counter-Currents Publishing is a wealth of fascinating articles on various topics.  I highly recommend checking them out.

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