A milestone I wish to share

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wallabumba
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A milestone I wish to share

Post by wallabumba » Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:47 pm

I am turning 50 years old this weekend. I decided it was time to share a few thoughts.

Firstly, please don't wish me a happy birthday. While I appreciate the sentiment and well-wishing, I maintain that I didn't do any of the work, my mother did. I just showed up in all my cuteness and glory. When she was living, I used to send my mom flowers on this day. And I would call her and say, "Happy Giving Birth Day." We had a very strained relationship. Co-dependent. Oil and water, you might say. At least we made peace before her sudden death. I wasn't supposed to live this long. I have myriad health problems and it gets tiresome trying to manage them all. But I am a scrapper, a survivor. I have to be. I'm the only one living my life. It's good to remind oneself of this from time to time.

Secondly, I want to say that I am fully committed to the cause of advancing my kinsfolk, in all areas of life as we experience it. What I wish to see is us (collectively, as white leaders) not tearing down others; rather, we should be moving ever forward on our own pathway. Improving our intellect, refining our society with beautiful art and poetry and music, seeking new advancements in the sciences. I don't think it is necessary to push the other races down to prove our own worth. We all have the right to live in peace and in the comforting presence of our own kind. We should and do reserve the right to establish our own social mores and government that suits our ethics and tribe. It is also correct to allow the other races to do the same. We don't have to hate anyone in order for ourselves to live in peace. There is no need to have the people of the world acknowledge one people's superiority over another, just as the assumed superior race need not boast. There is no ranking system for achievement, no comparison for a prize. Achievement will speak for itself. We all simply live on the earth and must share and steward its resources. Each people a sovereign nation, with self-determination and a right to peaceful co-existence with all mankind.

Thirdly, inasmuch as mankind needs religion as a compass and guide, I do believe that Cosmotheism is a worthy candidate to do so. My spiritual journey has taken me all over the map, as it were. I have embraced the nuggets of truth I would find in each turn of the pathway, from whatever source it would come. Truth is truth, no matter the source. When I finally rejected Christianity, and what I believe to be its false god(s), I didn't want to turn to any spiritual path that used the same "language" as it did, casting the same characters in a different play. Having recently found the teachings of Cosmotheism, I remember my first reading of Mr. Pierce's treatise met with vigorous enthusiasm, shaking my head in agreement to every line on the page. It seemed so refreshing to have a clear outline given from a perspective that had no taint of the Christian god(s) in it. I believe in a Higher Intelligence. A greater Force that is All in All. I believe we are part of a universal drama that has been unfolding for billions of years, and will continue billions more. We don't have to be stuck in a rut, believing we are less than, behaving like we are less than. We are charged with the act of living. The only thing there is, is Life. Let us each one put down the tools of our destruction and enslavement and march forward bearing the gifts we were given as we came into this world.

Can it be told what we might accomplish? Has the world ever seen it? Can we not have a society living in peace, with a backbone of law and order, all the while vital in trade and learning and innovation? Why shouldn't we have the healthiest, most robust children? Why shouldn't our elders live out their days with dignity and respect for their lifelong contributions? Why shouldn't every man have the work of his hands to occupy him? Why shouldn't every woman have a hearth and a home to look after? Why can't we come together in community, each bringing his or her own best to the table? What if we just left all the other races and cultures behind and ran out ahead, urging them to catch up?

I'm turning 50 years old. I have a lot of questions. I have a lot to learn. And I think I am just getting started.

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Re: A milestone I wish to share

Post by Will Williams » Thu Oct 15, 2020 11:08 pm

That's beautiful, wallabumba If you are not yet a member of our Alliance you should be. You might be already and I just don't recognize your WB username. It's difficult enough for me to remember one name for each of our members, much less two or three.

So, 15 October marks a half-century you've been on this earth. Congratulations!

You share a birthday with my dear departed mother, Jean Williams, who I can't help but think about each 15th day of October, and every day for that matter See her lovely Aryan portrait here: https://nationalvanguard.org/2016/07/lo ... d-support/ Miss Jean, or "Maw," as I called her, always supported me, no matter that most people did not like my racial beliefs and activism, and especially how I would often voice my dim view of Christianity, which, BTW, you have expressed so eloquently here yourself.

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Re: A milestone I wish to share

Post by Jim Mathias » Fri Oct 16, 2020 12:22 am

Why can't we come together in community, each bringing his or her own best to the table? What if we just left all the other races and cultures behind and ran out ahead, urging them to catch up?
We can do all that, and, I believe we have to although I won't be urging other races to catch up. They can go their own way so far as I care. Their path isn't ours, and ours isn't theirs.
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Re: A milestone I wish to share

Post by C.E. Whiteoak » Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:53 am

Thank you, wallabumba, for a most eloquent and inspiring post. As Chairman Williams said, if you are not already an Alliance member you should be. You seem far advanced on the Path of Truth and would be a valuable asset.

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Re: A milestone I wish to share

Post by Grimork » Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:20 am

wallabumba wrote:
Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:47 pm
Firstly, please don't wish me a happy birthday. While I appreciate the sentiment and well-wishing, I maintain that I didn't do any of the work, my mother did. I just showed up in all my cuteness and glory. When she was living, I used to send my mom flowers on this day. And I would call her and say, "Happy Giving Birth Day."
Walla, thank you for sharing such a beautiful post. You have a great way of looking at things. I really love this idea of what you did for your mom on your birthday. My mom and I had a really sour relationship, I still try to keep in touch with her anyways even though we have issues. I always remember that my mom could've never let me be born or heck taken me out when I was little, but she really loved me back then (still does some today, just hard to see it sometimes. :p). Anyways I think what you did is really touching and we should cherish our moms even if some of us can't get along. Thank you.

I also wanted to say, you're right, it's not about superiority.. it's about separatism it's about us having control over our own destinies. Not other races pulling the levers like they have for too long now. I agree with you and think all people's should have their own sovereign nations where they live. Integration has been nothing but a disaster and I'd love to see it come to an end. Let the integrationists have their own mixed area all to themselves, but we deserve to be free and rule ourselves and be with our own.

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