Heil from Texas

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Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 12:57 am

I'm an English ex-pat now residing in Texas. As far as I know, I'm the only National Socialist in my area. I don't do social media anymore as I'm done with the drama that goes with it, as well as the honeypots and pseudo-NS individuals only in it for the shock factor. I'm hoping that this site is different and I'm simply looking for like-minded individuals to connect with so as not to feel so alone.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by White Man 1 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 12:48 pm

Welcome to our little forum. I hope Texas has been more accepting to you than England surely was. Please take a moment to get aquainted with our forum rules. I look forward to your posts!

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 5:28 pm

Thanks sir! I relocated here as a toddler in 1992 and haven't been back home save for once in 2001, but never again. I remember very little, but Texas... truthfully I wish my parents had selected a better area for us. Rather than abuse at the hands of kebabs, I endured abuse at the hands of tacos as a kid on up until recently. My parents have as well, though my father passed on of pneumonia recently. He was a ¼ Basque and received hate for it from the local mestizos, likely out of jealousy. True friends have been hard to come by out here so hopefully I can make a few here, even if at a distance.
I've read the forum rules, by the way, so I'll be keeping to them for sure.
Cheers for the warm welcome! :D

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Grimork » Mon Apr 05, 2021 7:27 pm

Welcome AryanHamster, I from your introductory posts, think you will find like minded others here and I hope that the forum is a good fit for you as well. Greetings from NC.

I don't know much about the basque people, they were French and Spanish in origin? I bet they had a very interesting culture.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:54 pm

Cheers, Grimork! Hope all is well for you there in North Carolina. I certainly hope I can fit in here. I've been off social media for a couple of years already just because of the toxic atmosphere. I'm hoping this environment will be more pleasant.

The Basques are a...shall we say peculiar sort. They're not French, but neither are they Spanish. I'd heard that if you ask a true Basque of their origins, they'll claim them to be from Atlantis. The language (Euskara) is unlike any others, but the writing appears to be a form of Cyrillic like Slavic script. The flag itself is a Union Jack but of red, green, and white as opposed to the red, blue, and white of the UK. Curiously enough, I recall reading an article somewhere that presented the theory that Basques are the original settlers of the British Isles, arriving there during the last Ice Age. I'm unsure what to make of that claim, but it's not terribly far-fetched. I'm an archaeologist by profession, focusing on Norse, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Slavic civilisations. These days, with the pandemic, I'm mostly doing culinary archaeology as opposed to my usual pursuits, though. But that said, I've put a good deal or thought into the Basques over the years.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Jim Mathias » Tue Apr 06, 2021 12:58 am

Welcome to White biocentrism, Mr. Hamster.
Please make yourself acquainted with the National Alliance, the owner of this forum. The following links are for those who are interested in our life-philosophy and program of action for today, the near future, and for eternity:

https://natall.com/about/what-we-believe/
https://natall.com/about/what-is-the-national-alliance/

We're here to determine whether or not you may be of service to our race and our goals, how you come to understand and accept our values, views, goals and so on will help us to see if you're fit to join our community. These two links are a good beginning, though we members on this forum are here to help you and others to become familiar with us as there are other resources readily available for your viewing.'

I noted your self-identification as a National Socialist. While we in the Cosmotheist Community/National Alliance draw a lot of inspiration from and are friendly to that German weltanschauung and have a great many views in common, we're not National Socialists. As you come to know us, you'll see the subtle distinctions.
Activism materials available! ===> Contact me via PM to obtain quantities of the "Send Them Back", "NA Health Warning #1 +#2+#3" stickers, and any fliers listed in the Alliance website's flier webpage.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:04 am

Hello, Mr. Mathias, pleased to meet you. I'm familiar with National Alliance, though only in name and what I've heard on recordings of Dr Pierce, and I've long respected your organisation.

I read the About What We Believe link and completely agree. It appears your perspective on government is in line with my own, and therefore in line with National Socialism, although you say you're not National Socialists. I admire that you stand for striving to maintain a clean and morally upright society free of all of the forms of degeneracy and decadence which currently plague our society, from pornography to miscegenation and illiteracy to, of course, multiculturalism. In addition, I, as a National Socialist, believe that my convictions towards protecting animals and the natural world fit in with what your own goals, as the Reich was the first and, to date, only government to enact laws protecting animals and duly punishing cruelty and abuse of them with extreme prejudice. Of course I understand that diversity means chasing down the last White person and our ultimate demise.

A large part of the issue with our youth pertains to the ones who enter the Marxist university system only to be released into the world as a mindless cog of the Zionist machine, content to see their own people go extinct. In doing so, physical and mental weakness are promoted and coddled whilst physical fitness is deemed as unnecessary thereby enabling the acceptance of physically inferior beings replete with the same mental illnesses promoted and celebrated by Weimar Germany.

I understand you are a Cosmotheist community and feel that I must note that I am a Wotanist and have been since 1998 after having an epiphany through a tragic event the previous year. Mind you, I was barely 9 years old, but I understood the ties to my people even then, even more emphasised being that I have been surrounded by racial aliens since I was a toddler. All that said, I fully understand your organisation's use of the Algiz Rune and feel that you would be open to someone of my religious beliefs.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Grimork » Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:34 am

AryanHamster88 wrote:
Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:54 pm
Cheers, Grimork! Hope all is well for you there in North Carolina. I certainly hope I can fit in here. I've been off social media for a couple of years already just because of the toxic atmosphere. I'm hoping this environment will be more pleasant.

The Basques are a...shall we say peculiar sort. They're not French, but neither are they Spanish. I'd heard that if you ask a true Basque of their origins, they'll claim them to be from Atlantis. The language (Euskara) is unlike any others, but the writing appears to be a form of Cyrillic like Slavic script. The flag itself is a Union Jack but of red, green, and white as opposed to the red, blue, and white of the UK. Curiously enough, I recall reading an article somewhere that presented the theory that Basques are the original settlers of the British Isles, arriving there during the last Ice Age. I'm unsure what to make of that claim, but it's not terribly far-fetched. I'm an archaeologist by profession, focusing on Norse, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Slavic civilisations. These days, with the pandemic, I'm mostly doing culinary archaeology as opposed to my usual pursuits, though. But that said, I've put a good deal or thought into the Basques over the years.
I haven't been on social media in years, for toxicity privacy, and other reasons. I know what you mean.

Interesting, I've never heard that about the Basque. Atlanteans huh? Maybe! There's a lot of mysteries still out there. They say space is the final frontier, but I think there's plenty we don't understand right here on Earth. Do you know much about the Anglo-saxon culture/religion? It's very hard to find that information as a lot of people say it's lost as a lot of it wasn't written down. There seems to be a lot on the Norse side of things, but I've never felt too connected to the Norse people my ancestors are mostly all from Eastern Europe.
What is culinary archaeology? You try making ancient recipes?

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Jim Mathias » Tue Apr 06, 2021 12:11 pm

AryanHamster88 wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:04 am
I read the About What We Believe link and completely agree. ...and feel that you would be open to someone of my religious beliefs.
Then, so long as you're not an ineligible person as described in the aforementioned links and are a serious and sincere man of our race, apply to join us. Go here:
https://natall.com/join-us/
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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:18 pm

Grimork wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:34 am
AryanHamster88 wrote:
Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:54 pm
Cheers, Grimork! Hope all is well for you there in North Carolina. I certainly hope I can fit in here. I've been off social media for a couple of years already just because of the toxic atmosphere. I'm hoping this environment will be more pleasant.

The Basques are a...shall we say peculiar sort. They're not French, but neither are they Spanish. I'd heard that if you ask a true Basque of their origins, they'll claim them to be from Atlantis. The language (Euskara) is unlike any others, but the writing appears to be a form of Cyrillic like Slavic script. The flag itself is a Union Jack but of red, green, and white as opposed to the red, blue, and white of the UK. Curiously enough, I recall reading an article somewhere that presented the theory that Basques are the original settlers of the British Isles, arriving there during the last Ice Age. I'm unsure what to make of that claim, but it's not terribly far-fetched. I'm an archaeologist by profession, focusing on Norse, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Slavic civilisations. These days, with the pandemic, I'm mostly doing culinary archaeology as opposed to my usual pursuits, though. But that said, I've put a good deal or thought into the Basques over the years.
I haven't been on social media in years, for toxicity privacy, and other reasons. I know what you mean.

Interesting, I've never heard that about the Basque. Atlanteans huh? Maybe! There's a lot of mysteries still out there. They say space is the final frontier, but I think there's plenty we don't understand right here on Earth. Do you know much about the Anglo-saxon culture/religion? It's very hard to find that information as a lot of people say it's lost as a lot of it wasn't written down. There seems to be a lot on the Norse side of things, but I've never felt too connected to the Norse people my ancestors are mostly all from Eastern Europe.
What is culinary archaeology? You try making ancient recipes?
I'm still learning about the Anglo-Saxon culture and religion, though there are strong ties to the Norse religious system and there are also similarities with battle formations (shield walls), as well as both Norse and Anglo-Saxon views of bowed weapons as being sort of... effeminate if not outright cowardly. I consider myself Anglo-Norman as I have both bloods and am more so than I am Norse, despite being able to trace my Norse roots to Norway by way of the Orkneys. As to Eastern European, to my knowledge, all I have is Czech by way of Bohemia through my mother. Her father spoke Czech, though sadly, it's not a language she was able to fully learn. She does, however, speak German, French, and Italian and so do I (albeit not very well. I understand it better than I speak it.).

Absolutely, yes, I do research ancient recipes, cook the recipe, and try to determine why that particular food was a staple to that culture's cuisine and also try to tie in any influence from that recipe to that of another culture, for example, trying to understand the similarities and differences between an English banger and a German brat. I'm not exactly under the employ of a particular museum at present, so I'm doing this as a hobby as well. Just two months ago, I came across a personal recipe by Pliny the Elder for how to make the yeast for unleavened bread.

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