Normalizing Race Suicide: Argentina Edition.

Some White family working on virtue signaling, in Argentina.
Guess who has more chances to get eventually culturally enriched by friendly natives. (I can’t avoid feeling REALLY bad for that person, however).

Yeah, it seems that not only Americans or Europeans have the “privilege” of feeling virtuous by helping peeps that would stab them in the back if given a chance. Here is a “nice” article, translated via a little help from Jewgle Translate (I’m a bit of a hurry).

The municipal official Gustavo González took a risky decision with his family: move from Dina Huapi in Patagonia to Guinea Bissau. Next November he and his wife and three children will leave for Africa where they plan to spend the next two years collaborating with Agua x vida, a non-profit association whose objective is to provide aid to those who can not have access to this resource.

Yeah, right. Helping niggas to get water. Nice nice. Good virtue signaling to us people, as well. Leer más “Normalizing Race Suicide: Argentina Edition.”

The Tragedy of Konstantin Rodzaevsky

A warning to everyone who is a National-Socialist and starting to believe the lies and slander of the Bolsheviks

by Last Hope

Konstantin Vladimirovich Rodzaevsky (Russian: Константи́н Влади́мирович Родзае́вский; 11 August 1907 – 30 August 1946) was the leader of the Russian Fascist Party, which he led in exile from Manchuria, chief editor of the RFP “Nash Put’“.

Konstantin Vladimirovich Rodzaevsky

Far Eastern Fascism

Born in Blagoveshchensk (across the Amur from China) in a family of the Siberian middle-class, he fled the Soviet Union for Manchuria in 1925. In Harbin, Rodzaevsky entered the law academy and joined the Russian Fascist Organization. On May 26, 1931, he became the Secretary General of the newly created Russian Fascist Party; in 1934, the Party amalgamated with the Russian Fascist Organization of Anastasy Vonsyatsky, Rodzaevsky becoming its leader. He modeled himself on Benito Mussolini, and also used the Swastika as one of the symbols of the movement. Rodzaevsky collected around himself personally selected bodyguards, and used symbolism of the former Russian Empire along with Russian nationalist symbols; like the Italian Blackshirts, the Russian Fascists wore black uniforms with black crossed belts; they were armed with weapons obtained from Japan’s Imperial Japanese Army. They created an international organization of White émigrés with a central office in Harbin, the “Russian Far East Moscow”, and links in twenty-six nations around the world…

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