Proverbs of a Xenoskeptic Ethno-Nationalist

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He who weeps for the entire world succumbs to dehydration.

When your ship is sinking, throw the saboteur overboard first.

He who takes his own side in a dispute may win; he who does not will lose.

One cannot be above acting in self-interest, only above the self-interests of other people.

Self-hatred is a virtue among traitors.

If you touch the stove long enough, your hand will become too damaged to sense it.

Don’t vote for democracy, if given the chance.

A hundred generations suffer the consequences of your virtue signaling.

You can be certain that your enemies do not like you, and that your longstanding enemies will not change their minds any time soon.

There are some convictions that cannot be sated with bribery and appeasement.

When one war is over, one you cannot detect yet is already being planned against you.

Practically speaking, ideological silence is ideological consent.

If you want to be left alone, raise the costs of provoking you.

The only class of people who do not ‘want a better life’ are dead.

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9 Responses to Proverbs of a Xenoskeptic Ethno-Nationalist

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  4. “He who weeps for the entire world succumbs to dehydration.”

    Is that yours? I want to properly attribute it.

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  5. “He who weeps for the entire world succumbs to dehydration.”

    Is that yours? I want to properly attribute it.

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  7. Bella Sassin says:

    These are magical.

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