Well. Apparently I struck a nerve.


I am not giving clicks to the writer.  However this person is of Jewish ancestry, no surprise there.  Big proponent of universalism, calls all folkish heathens racist, typical TAC stuff.

The blog comment I wrote no doubt will not be approved so here it is:

You advocate for the very things that destroyed our ancestors’ way of life a thousand years ago. And you are on the wrong side of history. I know this is a response to my post which has been deleted while I break it into two parts with references for those who are curious. You conveniently forget to mention the Islam which I also brought up. Funny how Muslims and Jews always end up working together when it fits their interests even though supposedly they hate each other, meanwhile Christian and Western culture is OK to be destroyed in the interests of multiculturalism [by both]. Tribalism is apparently only OK for those Jews and Muslims, and for Natives all over the world, not for the descendants of the tribes of Europe. Go on, keep preaching your universalism and multiculturalism. Keep ranting. It only makes the insanity of it to those who suffer because of it more visible.

I would also point out that this person advocates for the very things that are currently destroying OUR way of life.

I was adopted by my step father when I was 4.  I had already forgotten anything other than him by the time this happened, he had been in my life for that long.  His family is German, period.  I’ve traced their heritage and that’s all they are.  I learned German (a little) because his parents spoke German in the home.  He loved me dearly as did they, but I knew that I was different, that there was something just off. When I got older and I found out that I had been adopted by him, it all made sense.  It wasn’t me and it wasn’t them, it just was.   The bonds are different.  Of course, if my mother hadn’t been bat shit crazy it might have helped as well.  Looking back at it now I’m sure they were wondering if I would turn out like my mother or if there was any hope for my dad to have an influence.  BTW the older I’ve gotten the more I appreciate my dad and how he tried, what his influence actually was.  🙂

I know of people who have worshipped Gods far outside their ancestral lands, and the Gods have obviously answered them and helped them.  But then, when the purpose has been accomplished, those Gods took their leave, or the person took their leave, and moved on.  They share an affection, but no more.  It’s a fostering, not an adoption.

Anyone CANNOT become a heathen.  You can worship the Gods of the North all you like but if they’re not the Gods of your ancestry they’re probably not going to answer.  And that’s my stance on that.

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