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iDinduNuffin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Was the rebuke towards the jews who rejected him, or the race of jews, including his followers and the ones in diaspora around Rome and everywhere else?

Does it matter if white race goes instinct is a nihilistic question.

What's the brotherhood you imagined we could have? It matters to me if I die because that's how my race advances. The death of individuals, transitioning to newer generations.

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serengetidesert1973 2 points ago +2 / -0

The ones who rejected. By the nature of the events that transpired you could only thereafter be a jew if you reject him.

Not sure why you're inferring I'm colorblind. White men can't come together because they feel their self-determination and individuality would be stifled unless they're in perfect agreement and this comes from the idea we all are different and have different goals. At least that's the explanation I like.

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iDinduNuffin 2 points ago +2 / -0

By the nature of the events that transpired you could only thereafter be a jew if you reject him.

Something transpired that altered their racial, jewish DNA?

Not sure why you're inferring I'm colorblind.

You need to do more than see. My goal is the survival and prosperity of the White race, beginning with its complete separation from any and all jewish influence. What would our brotherhood look like?