Archive for the 'Leonidas' Category

300 Spartans Died for Kinship Nation not Proposition Nation

December 29, 2007

King Leonidas, his name means lion not neocon.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonidas

300 Spartans laid down their lives for their king and their kin. Therefore they didn’t die for democracy.  We owe our freedom today not to a proposition nation but to a kinship nation. The West as we know it would never have existed except for men willing to die for their kin.

Take away kinship and you are left with mercenaries fighting for money. That is what the Roman Empire ended up as, a proposition nation with multicultural diversity gladiators and multicultural mercenary armies and multicultural tax collectors.

Sounds neocon. Neocons celebrate every foreign soldier who is granted citizenship. Bush has accelerated the granting of citizenship to foreigners fighting in our armies. Before this, most of us didn’t know there were any. I would have thought a non-citizen fighting in our military if discovered would have been tossed out.

Ron Paul who says no to mercenaries is a crackpot. The multicultis are happy to feed Ron Paul to the lions of diversity. The same applies to their feelings for us. We our slaves, thralls, and IED fodder in their minds. If we are different than these things we have to tell them. We have to get behind our candidates, Tom Tancredo, Duncan Hunter, Ron Paul, and Fred Thompson and tell the neocons they don’t own our votes or our minds.

We see them giving our nation away as a proposition nation. We were born in a people nation and we have to fight if we want to keep it. The way we fight is to stand up and say to them that it is a people nation first. We have to keep standing when they call us bigot, racist, white nationalist, Nazi and white supremacist.

Neocons use these words to take away our nation and unbuild the people nation we were born into. Our loyalty to our kin demands that we say no to the neocons and stop their unbuilding our people nation by legal immigration. The fight is to those who have the courage, just as it was with King Leonidas and the 300 Spartans at Thermopylae in 480 B.C..

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: