Liv Heide, American Renaissance, August 17, 2021
The growing user-base of my dating service, WhiteDate.Net, has started asking me questions in areas in which I have no expertise. Members seem to think that running a dating website has turned me into a love coach or an anthropologist.
Therefore, I have done some research to answer a few questions for myself about who is (still) white, who can join WhiteDate.Net, how pro-white dating should be approached, and which dating mistakes to avoid. Therefore, I starting posting personal advice on Telegram and Gab.
Last week, a ‘White Hispanic’ asked if we had women on WhiteDate who are not quite white, such as someone who was one-quarter Korean. He wrote:
I feel white, and want to preserve whites. However, I’m not sure, given my mixed heritage, if it would be appropriate to marry a woman who is 100 percent Europid. So I’m in the market for a woman like me, who cares about whites, but has some mixed genetics.
Following his pro-white heart, he did not think he should have children with a white woman. He is looking for an almost-white/light-brown woman who feels pro-white, and who would be an asset to our camp. My first thought was: How likely is he to meet an almost-white woman who cares deeply about the white cause? I would not accept a member on WhiteDate with a Korean admixture of 25 percent.
Anthropological studies and DNA testing show that a small genetic influence from sub-Saharan genes, which are dominant, can make a child look black instead of white. Indian, Asian, and non-white Caucasian genes such as Turkish, Arabic, and Latino-blends. are generally dominant and write over the recessive white genes expressed in lighter features. Children often have darker, curlier hair, darker eyes, and darker skin. They are often smaller and stouter. We can see this in mixed-heritage children.
A tiny non-white genetic influence can be absorbed, but just a pinch more sends someone outside the white race. There are certainly almost-white people who feel for our cause, such as the white Hispanic. They can certainly help our cause. But would a one-quarter Korean/Mexican/Moroccan woman feel fully pro-white and teach her one-quarter or one-eighth mixed children pro-white values? It looks like a gamble.
Close-to-whites generally understand that they are not seen as 100 percent white by people who are unambiguously white, especially Nordics. This could create frustration at not being part of the club, and maybe even lead to anti-white thinking.
The white Hispanic says that his DNA test found 19 percent Middle Eastern/Syrian admixture, and this is enough to make him look light brown. He says some whites do not see him as white. The woman he is looking for would not be seen as fully white either, and her positive attitude towards the white movement could not be taken for granted. How should I reply?
I was reminded of this article about dogs, wolves, and hybrids.
Through this process [of domestication], a dog’s behavior, life cycle and physiology have become permanently altered from that of a wolf. In essence, the selective breeding process has put a different set of pressures on dogs, shaping them so that they are more dependent on humans for their survival and make them flexible to our way of living. The genes they express, have been altered to varying degrees from their wild counterpart and help them live that domestic life well.
Wolves and dogs can mate and produce fertile offspring. Hybrids occur in the wild, but they are rare because wolves are territorial and protect their ranges from all canines, including dogs, coyotes and other wolves. Wolves, both in the wild and in captivity, exhibit consistent behavior. Hybrids do not:
People who own hybrids often find that their pet’s behavior makes it a challenge to care for. The diversity of genetic composition even within one litter of hybrid pups leads to a wide range of appearances and behavior patterns among all hybrids, thus making their behavior inconsistent and more difficult to predict.
A one-quarter or one-eighth dog-wolf can look like a wolf or a dog and feel like a wolf or a dog. It depends on the genetic mix created by chance. When dog-wolf hybrids breed, their offspring can be totally dog or totally wolf or something in between. It’s a gamble. The same rule applies to humans.
This means there is a chance that our white Hispanic man with a white heart, together with a woman who was almost white, would have a child who looks less white than its parents. Its thinking could be non-white or even anti-white.
I believe that only truly white children advance our interests. We should avoid carrying the mistakes of our ancestors into our future. If need be, people who are almost white can accept egg or sperm from donors known to be 100 percent white, so their children will be whiter than they are.
However, I would not encourage people who are clearly non-white to try to have whiter children through egg or sperm donation. The child would have trouble identifying with their parents, would seem clearly out of place when seen with the parents, and – like many mixed-race people – may feel out of place with people of both races.
Many white people want to perpetuate their own traits and cannot imagine using donor eggs or sperm, no matter how beautiful, intelligent, and talented the donor might be. I believe we need to grow out of this narcissistic preference and focus on the main goal, which is survival and the improvement of our race. “What is best for our people?” should be the question we ask about everything we do, including having children. If you can have a child that is superior to yourself, this is best for our race.
To console those who are very attached to their genes, even if they may be imperfect: For women at least, recent advances in epigenetics show that the environment in the birth mother’s womb influences the way in which the egg-donor’s genes are expressed. This can even lead to a greater physical resemblance of the child to the birth mother.
Admittedly, men cannot benefit from epigenetics, but if they choose good donor genes (and I prefer Nordic, light-colored features) men such as our white Hispanic friend can contribute to white survival, and make a gift to his children of genetic and thus spiritual belonging. It might even help him ease the concern of not feeling entirely white.