17 October, 2014

French Family Kept WWI Soldier Alive, Sort Of

Posted by Socrates in dysgenics, France, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates, war, war as a racket, war as unnecessary, World War I at 4:21 pm | Permanent Link

A nice little story. That young man had great parents. How ironic that World War I wasn’t France’s war anyway. Like many conflicts, parties were pulled into WWI who shouldn’t have been involved in it in the first place. WWI was originally a feud between two countries, Austria-Hungary and Serbia, but it quickly went global, killing many good men. War is dysgenic. Not only does it cause lots of death in general, but it causes genetic deterioration by killing the best and brightest of a society since people who serve in the military tend to be somewhat smarter than average [1][2].

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[1] “Britain suffered a disastrous genetic impoverishment through the loss of valuable parts of the population, a loss that was the more catastrophic because she had already been so bled genetically by her mistaken war of 1914-18” — Professor Revilo Oliver on WWI

[2] see the book “War and the Breed” by David Starr Jordan


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  7. 8 Responses to “French Family Kept WWI Soldier Alive, Sort Of”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Very sad. I wonder if that French officer thought he would ever see his parents or his home again? His room should become a memorial dedicated to the senselessness of war between White people.

      The Great War killed off 10-15 million people on the battlefield, created a worldwide flu epidemic that killed off another 50 million or so, toppled several Empires and changed the course of history-for the worse. But that STILL wasn’t good enough for the Jews who financed and fomented that war.

      The Jews are very, very fortunate that we don’t toss every single last one of them into gigantic bonfires. They know they deserve it.

    2. Thom McQueen Says:

      Come on, McGreen, the Germans are the cause of that war. The second one, too.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      To this very day the “experts” tell us that Kaiser Wilhelm II was somehow exclusively responsible for WWI. They don’t say how, of course. It’s just something that “everyone knows”. The facts are that Jew-controlled Britain and France are the ones that turned a regional conflict in the Balkans into a continent-wide war. Then the USA turned it into a full-blown world war.

    4. fd Says:

      Germany had WW1 won until the Federal invasion. Had the Federals stayed home, the European counties would have signed peace treaties which would have avoided WW2. The German people had no ambitions to lock-down any portion of Europe after the great contest.

    5. CW-2 Says:

      Germany in 1914 wanted to avoid a European war. Its economy was booming and the German people were confident they would become masters of the continent through honesty, hard work and intelligence. But there were two flaws in German foreign policy; the support given to the ramshackle Austrian Empire, and German misunderstanding of Russian intentions.
      The main cause of WWI was Austria-Hungary and its reckless over-estimation of its military strength. Even after French mobilization Britain could have stopped the steamroller by diplomatically telling France to get lost, or at least delaying its own military preparations by a week.
      However, I don’t believe major historical events happen by accident…they were planned that way. WWI was a disaster for the White race, possibly a disaster of millennial proportions from which it will take centuries to recover, if we are lucky.

    6. archer Says:

      cw-2 Britain wanted the war more than anyone, Churchill was quoted about 1907 that Germany had to be destroyed. The reason was that Germany was equal to if not greater than Britain in scientific and industrial might. During ww1 the Kaiser was quoted as saying, during a period when the war was going well that after the armistice ” I will lead Germany in the real war, the war against Britain”. He knew who the real protagonist was in the war.

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      The Jews prospered in Imperial Germany like they did nowhere else. The Kaiser thought they were his friends. Only too late did he realize his error.

    8. Robert Cardillo Says:

      Directly or indirectly, the kike-jew is a menace. Plain and bloody simple.