“Of course, our men are willing to die, but that is not enough. We must be eager to kill, to inflict on the enemy, the hated enemy, all possible wounds, death and destruction. If we die killing, well and good. But, if we fight hard enough, viciously enough, we will kill and live to kill again. We will live to return to our families as conquering heroes.”
General George Patton:
A coward dies a thousand deaths but a brave man dies but once. So goes an old saying, the source of which escapes me at the moment. For a while now the culture of death seams to be a reoccurring theme connected to the “knee-grow” community, both in the Diaspora and on the continent.
Here in America Inc. and its 51st state, Canada, the culture of death in the “knee-grow” community, grows parallel to the culture of hopelessness and despair. Too many of our young brothers and increasingly, our sisters would rather hold a gangster lean instead of a warrior stance.
We would rather imitate the bravado of a Don Carleone than a Fredrick Douglas, go good will hunting like Stan ‘Tookie’ Williams than drop a Nat Turner lick on a well deserving oppressor. Our false and petty posturing serves only to make our enemies despise us more and encourage them actually to further escalate their Eugenics program implemented centuries ago.
On the continent we are see an act of terrible fratricide enacted with a viciousness not seeing since the Europeans came down from the Caucus Mountains in full rampage mode. Yet while the European barbarians had a plan and a far reaching goal of world domination and cultural plundering, our cousins over in Africa has a plan and a short term goal of filling deep pockets and creating status and self idolatry at the expense of the land and the people.