18 April, 2020

Regular Philosophy vs. White Philosophy

Posted by Socrates in Alex Linder, genocide, genocide of White culture, philosophy, Revilo P. Oliver, Schopenhauer, Socrates, White philosophy, White vocabulary, William Pierce at 11:15 am | Permanent Link

If you recall, I was just talking about “moral philosophy” the other day.

On that same note:

You know, the big philosophers, such as Plato, Aristotle and Hobbes were great for their day. But their day has come and gone (an exception to that is Arthur Schopenhauer, who died in 1860).

In 2020, White people need a different type of philosopher, a type that will help save Whites from being exterminated in the very near future.

White readers, I suggest that you read everything Dr. Revilo Oliver and Dr. William Pierce wrote and/or said, for starters. Be able to quote them at length.

I think this will get you started: roughly 200 articles (which were previously audio broadcasts) by Dr. Pierce: [Here]. Why not send them to your friends and relatives? Or maybe even your co-workers?

After that, try out some Dr. Oliver: [Here].

I leave you with some words of wisdom from another excellent philosopher: VNN’s Alex Linder:

“Schopenhauer is one of the greatest geniuses who ever lived. The idea that he’s a failure because he failed to attach a fishwife is, to put it mildly, laughable. Not always, maybe not even most of the time, but very, very often true geniuses live alone out of necessity. Women are basically of the earth, as Camille Paglia will tell you. They have small brains, and fill their days with empty babble, which is satisfying to them. They are nice and comforting for average men, but for those geniuses with a true mission, they tend be disruptive and irritating, beyond their sex function. Indeed, if it weren’t for sex, most men, not just geniuses, would have virtually nothing to do with women. Almost nowhere outside of overtly sexual setting like bars or bedrooms do men and women naturally congregate. Even if you have a family gathering, what happens? The women go off in one area, the men in another. Only when they’re eating or partying or sleeping do they come together. Otherwise, they have little in common.”

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