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  • Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow realists! May everyone here continue to enjoy the blessing of open eyes and the courage to speak the truth at all costs.

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      Thank you!! A happy, safe, and Negro free Thanksgiving to all of my fellow AmReners.

      • Tarczan

        No negroes, know peace.

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          Amen, Brother!!

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Gibsmedat!
            .

          • That’s from London.

            Even though the UK doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving, their major retailers are doing the Black Friday thing. And since they have enough of the well tanned vibrancy, you can see the results in that picture.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          That is the quote of the month, mister. <;-D

  • Lee_CPA

    On this day of Thanksgiving, a good read is Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation.

  • Anna Tree

    Happy thanksgiving to my fellow American Race Realists too!

    1) The media is trying hard to mislead and sway the public but one article got through, showing the lies of the “witnesses”:
    yahoo grand-jury-documents-rife-inconsistencies-223558856
    2) Some in the army are showing their colors:
    mintpressnews com/military-veterans-send-urgent-letter-national-guard-ferguson-telling-stand/199268/

  • Tarczan

    Thanks to JT and the staff at AR for providing an island of sanity in a world that seems to be spinning out of control. I can’t express how much it means to me to communicate with likeminded people who understand the extreme challenges European people face.

  • John R

    And thank YOU for this wonderful and very informative website. It is a real antidote to all the lies we are told be the media and by our so-called educational institutions. Peace and best wishes for your holiday!

  • Speedy Steve

    Thanks be to God for the great things He has done. My recent favorite was how He guided the grand jury in Darren Wilson’s favor. Keep the faith, fellow realists!

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      Amen. God definitely guided the Grand Jury. His will has been done. Darren Wilson is a fine young man who went through a harrowing experience. The protesters represent the will of Satan, but God’s will is stronger. I pray that Darren will speak freely and publicly about his entire experience, from that harrowing August night when he wasn’t sure if he would be killed, to the stress of waiting to see if he would be vindicated by the courts, or be destined to “do his sentence, while having committed no crime” in a literal sense. That his integrity was ever in question is proof that our system has been corrupted. Actions are supposed to be key in criminal justice to innocence, but Black bullying, too often, prevents justice from being served. Hopefully, Whites are waking up in droves as a result of Ferguson.

  • Ringo Lennon

    I thank god I’m a blue eyed blond haired white man. Keep your family safe! Only live in white communities. I realize many people are too poor to move to a good community. It’s a shame many whie people have to live amongst savages who hate them. Happy Thanksgiving.

    • Alexandra1973

      I’m pretty poor myself but the complex I live in has no minorities. It’s actually a decent part of town.

      • Tarczan

        That’s the beauty of living in a white community, you can still have a great life.

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          Yes you can. Rural White communities are great. Most folks are not wealthy in income. It is their spiritual wealth which makes these great places to live.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Poor is never the problem. Some of the poorest communities in America are in Appalachia. They are crime free due to the White European people who live there. Three things make such places crime free: 1) the racial genetics of the residents 2) the European culture of the residents 3) the Christian faith of the residents. When one of these three elements is no longer present, crime and dysfunction enter the picture.

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      Many are indeed too poor to move. I pray for them on this Thanksgiving that, from this moment forward, their lives are free of persecution at the hands of Negroes. Segregation is the answer to all of this. Deo Vindice!!

  • Extropico

    Happy Thanksgiving.

  • David Feeney

    Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving.

  • dd121

    Best to all.

  • Beowald

    Thanks to Mr. Taylor, the staff, and this community for helping a middle-aged white man begin to see things a little clearer.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    I will celebrate my favorite holiday by honoring my White history, heritage and culture.

    No one will take that away from me.

    No one.

    • Beowald

      Thank you! What an inspiring message. Perhaps there is a way out for us after all: Africa for the Africans, Asia for the Asians, and Mars for white people. The ultimate white flight, but they surely couldn’t follow us there.

      • Anna Tree

        No lol let them all “follow” us there and then we come back here alone.

        Check the movie Elysium! For a background, read Clytemnestra and CaptainCroMag’s posts
        amren com/news/2013/08/elysium-hollywood-open-borders-propaganda-concedes-nativists-are-right/

    • DaveMed

      Thank you for your endless supply of both humorous and edifying graphics!

    • Anna Tree

      What was the “significant event” that happened in Sub-Saharan Africa?! Or was it from an Englishman or a Dutchman in South Africa?!

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        I cannot imagine any significant event in Africa that didn’t involve.

        The world’s first adult human heart transplant was performed by a South African cardiac surgeon, Christiaan Barnard.

        • Speedy Steve

          Dr. Barnard was White.

      • antiquesunlight

        They probably invented gang signs.

        • Usually Much Calmer

          Semaphore?

    • Rick O’Shea

      Have to admit to being a little bit ashamed at Ireland not even being on that list of nations (unless I’m misreading it as “Iceland” in last place there.)

      • Sick of it

        They seem to have left out America. Irish folk is Ireland were not allowed to do anything but toil for their English masters for a good long while.

      • phillyguy

        Rick don’t feel down, the Irish had a big part in making this country.

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          Most definitely. The Scots-Irish pioneers settled the Appalachians, where the Anglo-Celtic folk culture lives on. Irish Catholic immigrants dug the Erie Canal. The White population of Dixie is basically Anglo-Celtic.

          • antiquesunlight

            Scots-Irish are more or less Irish in name only. They are ethnically Scottish, though I’m sure there was some amount of mixing over the years. The great majority of Irish-Americans settled in the North, which is where they mostly remain.

          • meanqueen

            There had to have been mixing. I was always told that we were English and Scots-Irish and that it was really Scottish, not Irish. But my DNA test shows a lot of Irish as well as the other, so? I guess there was more mixing than my parents realized.

          • antiquesunlight

            Well it turns out you were right. My DNA test came back with 45% Irish.

          • meanqueen

            Which lab did you end up using?

          • meanqueen

            Them’s my folks! πŸ™‚

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Ireland is an awesome nation. I can’t imagine a Europe, or a U.S., without Celtic influences. Celtic blood runs deep all through Northern Europe. The most individualistic, independent minded Europeans are Celts.

        • anony

          The Celts: Uncovering the Mythic and Historic Origins of Western CulturePaperback – April 1, 1993
          by Jean Markale (Author)

          Great read on “The Celts” who spread their culture throughout what is now western Europe for over a millennium. Some historians credit the Celts with the invention of the chariot and paved roads.

      • Speedy Steve

        Ireland was Britain until 1917.

      • antiquesunlight

        I had a DNA test done and I am genetically 45% Irish, which was a surprise to me. Frankly, I think there is some truth to the stereotype of Irish as the “rednecks of Europe,” but the Irish have also accomplished plenty. Several presidents were of Irish or part-Irish ancestry. The White House was designed by an Irishman. Oscar Wilde and James Joyce were Irish. I think the philosopher-scientist George Berkeley was Irish on his mother’s side. William Rowan Hamilton was an Irish mathematician important in the history of physics. In any case, according to a bit of Googling and one book I read a while back, the genetic difference between the various peoples of the Isles is in fact fairly small. The English, Scottish, and Irish are more genetically alike than not. The main differences are historical and cultural, not genetic.

    • anony

      Werner Von Braun is one of my heroes.

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      Thanks Bon!! Very inspiring. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

  • DaveMed

    As always, I am thankful that there are people like Jared Taylor – a hero on the front line of the battle for the preservation of Europe and European America. Most of us post anonymously, and without leaders willing to “go public” and engage the enemy as Jared does, we would not have any core structures or organizations around which to rally.

    Thank you.

  • authorizedversion .

    On this Thanksgiving day, I’m grateful to be living in a town that is 96% white.

  • Rick O’Shea

    I had Thanksgiving dinner at a fancy restaurant filled with very white, very wealthy people and simultaneously enjoyed being in that sort of environment, but also mourned how endangered it is.

    It is a particular world that has been targeted for total destruction.

    Nobody seems to think there should never be another exclusively brown or black or yellow meeting of people again, but it seems basically everyone believes all meetings, organizations, pass times, nations, neighborhoods, companies, etc. which are “too white” must be targeted for diversification.

    This will be the ultimate “don’t know what you’ve got til it’s gone” for whites who begin to slowly realize that the sorts of things they liked about their community and the things they did for leisure, etc. were the way they were because they were so white.

    I was able to overhear a very white, very attractive, very wealthy looking family near my table talking about the Michael Brown situation and the older blonde matron was talking about how she’d been an attorney for decades and knew all about how witnesses could claim to see things they didn’t see, etc. and seemed to be pro-Wilson while a younger, gay sounding male in his 20’s (her son? not sure) was making sure to score his tolerance/liberal points by trying to confidently assert that Wilson had no knowledge of the robbery (false, that has been shown to be a misunderstanding of what the police chief was saying and how that dealt only with the INITIAL encounter) and they were going back and forth about why it was being called a robbery rather than shoplifting. They weren’t exactly arguing, neither party seemed super informed about the whole thing. They seemed to be agreeing that it was probably because he didn’t sneak around but instead directly took something. True enough… but they didn’t even seem to know about the assault on the clerk.

    Sorry to ramble…

    Last thought: it wouldn’t matter if Wilson knew about the strong arm robbery anyway, once someone’s attacking you out of the blue and going for your side arm, it’s game over for that thug regardless.

  • Garrett Brown

    Happy Thanksgiving fellow toads!

    • ricpic

      I see I’m not the only one to have caught that. ;^)

      • anony

        Yep! I was called a Toad once before, but at least “we Toads” are not being slowly boiled. Somehow we managed to jump out of the pot early enough! πŸ™‚

        Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

        • Usually Much Calmer

          Toad in prison, chasing weasels from Badger’s house, & Rat and Mole enjoying each others company.

          • anony

            I was toad that a life on the edge could result in a life of chaos, but callow youth that I was, I did not listen.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            You were not badger were just young. Weasel overcome eventually.

          • anony

            I cannot bear to hear “weasel overcome”; we ” otter ” had nipped that in the bird.

          • Honestly doe! Ewe two are being absolutely ridiculous, ant i demand you fleas and desist this instant!

          • anony

            Cucumber to the game hobbit late, butte welcome.

    • hastings88

      I am no one’s toady! Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Alexandra1973

    My son is spending Thanksgiving with his father so I wound up going to a friend’s house for Thanksgiving. I had a pretty good time. πŸ™‚

    • anony

      A recent study found that most people prefer Thanksgiving with friends rather than family. πŸ™‚

  • italian guy

    I always feel like an intruder in these cases, but “felice giorno del ringraziamento a tutti voi” Happy Thanksgiving to you all πŸ™‚

    • Alexandra1973

      Molte grazie. πŸ™‚

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      Always good to hear from you Italian Guy!! I live in a heavily Italian area here in the states. Though German and Swedish descent myself, I have had nothing but good experiences with Italian Americans. Our local bakeries make Pepperoni Rolls, an old Sicilian tradition that the coal miners ate for their lunches. They are one of my favorite treats. A Pepperoni roll on the back porch on a lovely summer day, with my lovely wife, while listening to Dean Martin or Perry Como. That’s Amore!!!!

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Since you’re Swedish-German, you’d be right at home at the Old Sautee Store in Sautee, GA. They sell imported, real hand-made sweaters from Norway and Sweden, candies from Scandanavia, imported wines from Germany and cheese from Sweden. ON up the road in Helen, GA, they have Dutch and Irish run shops, German restaurants, etc. It’s a nice place to spend 100% of your Christmas budget. The town looks like a Christmas card this time of year. Happy Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas holiday season!

    • Ringo Lennon

      I’m half Italian. I love dagos (affectionately). Happy Thanksgiving, spaghetti.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      Nice to see you kept up your Italian. Sadly, the old European languages have faded in the U.S.

      • italian guy

        It’s because i live in Italy! I’m not American πŸ™‚

        • anony

          Ah Roma! I lived in E.U.R. for awhile, Tupini.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          You’re Italian and not American?

          I have to say you have an advantage just for that reason.

  • Nancy

    I pray God’s richest blessings on my AmRen brethren, and continue to trust in faith that Good will win out over Evil.

    And thank Mr. Taylor and his staff for providing an oasis of truth in a sea of dishonesty, denial, and destruction.

    • anony

      A stalwart ship on a raging sea.

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      God’s blessings to you this Thanksgiving Nancy. You have been a strong White warrior. Your tale of survival down in the trenches of Africa in our Midst is a story I wish every White American would read and understand, before it is too late. I hope this Thanksgiving is safe, happy, and Negro free for you and yours.

  • A happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow racial realists. There is much wrong in the world and this site focuses on many of those wrongs. But there also is so very much that we can be thankful for. I’ve always thought that the secret of happiness is the ability to count one’s blessings and have a grateful heart. May we all be grateful for family and friends and faith.

    Q.

  • CourtneyfromAlabama

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Like others have mentioned, I too am thankful for our great civilization! When you start feeling depressed about the direction we have gone in in the last few decades, just remember that this is just a blip in our history. Stop and think about the previous 4,000 years of civilization and progress. Think about how we have created 85% of the world’s achievements. We can turn things around if we want. Right now is an anomaly.

    Oh and purchase the book “The uniqueness of Western Civilization” when you get a chance!

    • jaye ellis

      God bless you CourtneyfromAlabama.
      I hope that you are doing well this (brutally cold Chicago night) Thanksgiving.
      Great to see you again at Political Cesspool party in Memphis.
      Remember….

      The North is a direction, but the South is a place – a very special place.
      God bless all true Southerners tonight and every night.

      • anony

        Deo Vindici!

  • Donald

    Happy Thanksgiving all! May you find yourselves among the true 1%ers – the grateful.

  • nexus974

    Blessings to all this thanksgiving!

  • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

    Excellent list Pathfinder. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours

  • Paleoconn

    Thank God for Jared Taylor, for AmRen and its readers. Happy Thanksgiving, all!

  • Paleoconn

    Fantastic list. We need to work much harder on #3.

    Happy Thanksgiving, mate!

  • MBlanc46

    And thank you, American Renaissance, for providing us with a place where we can interact with our fellows (and gals).

  • Tooth Barkington

    No news toadies allowed. This is Amren. Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Bill Moore

    Hello,

    Very interesting.

    A mere “Thank you, Readers” (notice that Readers is capitalized) gets so many comments, almost all positive.

    This site is fabulous

    Thank you,
    Bill Moore

  • B.E.L.

    Thank you AmRen for not being afraid to tell the truth!

  • Korean guy

    Happy Thanksgiving Day!!

    I came to Quebec City, Canada to learn French, and when I came here in May this year, there were large piles of snow everywhere around the campus.

  • PvtCharlieSlate

    Aside from my time in the Army, this is the first Thanksgiving I have spent away from the Northeast: mostly CT where I was born and raised and a few times in NJ. I have just relocated to the Northwest and I am thoroughly thankful that I have arrived here. I wish I had made this move 30 years ago. The cost of living here is much less than in CT but the best thing is living in a society that operates – on every level – with White, Christian, Euro/American principles. No matter where I go – box stores or restaurant, gas station, grocery, car wash, Post Office or DMV(!) – there are friendly, intelligent, articulate White people. Sometimes I am just stunned by the “goodness” that I encounter. It’s feels healthier to live like this. I was reminded of what I left behind when I returned my license plates to the DMV in CT. The receipt the DMV sent had my new home town thoroughly misspelled and the leading digits in the ZIP Code transposed. Typical quota-filling vibrant diversity that is part of the daily stress of living in CT.

    To top it all off, Christmas came early this year. A few days ago I went into a sorting goods store, pulled out my new driver’s license and credit card and bought, paid for, and walked out with the rifle I have always wanted: a Springfield Armory M1A. The icing on the cake was the label on the box that said “Not legal in Connecticut.”

    Happy Thanksgiving, indeed. Happy Thanksgiving to all.

    • I’ve been torn between an m1a and the newer socom 16 for about two years now. They are, in my opinion, one of those pinnacles of white achievement, a nearly flawless rifle with a multitude of uses.

      Enjoy it!

  • Uncle Bob

    Excellent! Thank you.

  • Uncle Bob

    Thank you for providing a glimmer of hope.

    • Uncle Bob

      What he said…

  • kikz2

    Happy Thanksgiving, and thank you Amren staff.

  • Lord Sandwich

    I wish you all a delicious turkey sandwich. God bless America.

  • anony

    Here in Westsylvania, we’ve had a very White Thanksgiving!!

  • anony

    I love Southern Belles!

  • anony

    There was/is likely some White intermixture amongst the Ethiopians.

    • Sick of it

      Look at the statues and paintings of ancient Axum. White folks built it.

      • PostRacialAmerican

        What white folks are you referring to and where did they go? It is true that Northern Ethiopians (and of course the Eritreans who are quite similar) belong to haplogroups which are distinct from other Sub-Saharan Africa, but that does not necessarily mean they were white some time ago. That seems a bit of a stretch. They are closely related with Semites on the Arabian peninsula and North Africa though (religiously, culturally) and I greatly admire them. Provided they stay out of white countries though. I’m wondering have you been to Axum yourself, or perhaps encountered Ethiopians/Eritreans at college/work/church (Orthodox)?

  • Magician

    Happy Thanksgiving! Come to papa.

  • Usually Much Calmer

    I wish I was sable to stop it! But ocelot a willpower it requires.

  • meanqueen

    Good list.

  • meanqueen

    I did it a few years ago when there were not as many companies offering it as there are now so I can tell you who I did it with (Family Tree DNA) but I can’t tell you if they are the best choice. I do know that there are numerous geneticists going into the field of genetic genealogy now and there were some squabbles about how FTDNA was interpreting their data. So? I think Ancestry is fairly new at the DNA testing but one advantage of going with them is that then you can dovetail right into their search records and be connected with those who share your DNA AND who have put their family charts up online. There are also other places, like GEDCOM, where you can upload your genome once you have it from whichever lab you choose, and they plug it into their database and you will get yet more information. They have some fun features on their website, though I don’t find it user friendly (I guess they aren’t computer whizzes!) like one where you plug in your genome and they tell you what your eye color is! They were right on in my case and so detailed, telling what the flecks of coloration were within the overall color and whether you had a ring around your eye, etc. It was fascinating. You will gets hundreds of “cousin matches” and their email addresses, as well as you get to choose between doing the autosomal test (the basic “Family Finder” on FTDNA which looks at the past six generations on both your mother’s and father’s sides) and then you can opt to do a mitochondrial DNA test (looking only at your maternal-maternal lineage) or the Y study, looking at your paternal-paternal lineage. There is also 123&Me but I don’t know anything about them. Maybe google which lab is the best. I’m sure someone out there has put together a chart showing the strengths/weaknesses of each company. Good luck!

  • My
    heartfelt Thanks and gratitude go out to Jared and the AR staff for holding
    strong in the face of great adversity. Retaining the courage to speak the
    truth and accepting the considerable risks they do while working to protect the
    liberties given us all by God are not insignificant and grow daily. God
    Bless you.

    I want also to thank those who use this site. Each of you
    struggle to preserve our liberties by speaking the truths and virtues found
    here – often in hostile environments. Your actions will hopefully open minds
    and hearts to the truths and virtues used in creating this nation. As the
    madness in Ferguson and elsewhere plays out around us, more and more people
    will come to their senses. They will need direction to find and learn –
    perhaps for the first time – the truths and virtues embraced by the Founders.
    The US education system no longer teaches them. They were taught to
    despise their race and genuflect before the alter of “equality”.

    There is an essential ingredient to preserve and rectify the
    civil society we once were. That
    ingredient is vital and potentially troublesome. Not everyone is “keen” on religion
    and some don’t think, religion is needed in this struggle. I submit that
    view is naive… and selfish. Chosen behaviors – arising from appetites
    and dependencies drive the majority of anti-religious sentiments.
    Personal wonts and habits that conflict with religion, also conflict with
    the moral standard required to create and preserve a free people.

    This nation was founded upon a uniquely Christian principle –
    Free Will. Free Will is the God given blessing incorporated into
    the founding documents. As best they might, a group of men, from
    divergent religious perspectives realized the importance of Free Will – and the
    necessary legal framework required to assure Free Will was enjoyed by as many
    as possible – codified in an absolute moral standard. No government, no
    liberty, is possible without a rigid, unalterable, moral standard. The
    “Pursuit of Happiness” is boundless and will over-run rationality and
    equity. The POH is only workable when married to a practical
    counter-balance – a moral standard. The 10 Commandments were massaged to
    incorporate man’s technological, legal, and societal advances in the
    Constitution. We, as a people, cannot endure without the restrictions and
    responsibilities contained in Christianity. No specific Christian
    interpretation may assume dominance, but we ignore the necessity and
    applicability of the Christian ethos at our collective peril.