Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Merry Christmas From the Africa All vs. All

I managed to have a very nice Christmas by spending it with family in a Whitetopia, far away from the dark rot steadily devouring the U.S.S.A. It still is a magical time of year in many ways, a time of restored faith and hope for the future. A time of shared culture and tradition, something that has practically been eliminated in America by the steady efforts of the marxist nation-wreckers. Next to a beautiful tree, surrounded by people I care about, it's hard to have a negative attitude.

But that's beside the point. I know what you're really wondering: how was it in The Mother? Lots of flying and pyramid building, right?

Suspected Boko Haram militants killed at least six Christians and burned down a church in the northern Nigerian state of Yobe late on Christmas Eve, according to Nigerian army and local officials. The attack against the Church of Christ in Nations occurred in Peri village near the economic hub of Potiskum. The attackers killed a pastor and at least five worshipers during Christmas Eve services.


Remove the protective hand of the White Man and this is the natural state of the negro. Senseless violence, all against all. Also, you've got to wonder what constitutes a Nigerian "economic hub." Maybe that's where all those scam e-mails come from.

A separate attack against worshipers at the First Baptist Church in Maiduguri, Borno state, killed a deacon and five church members, according to CNN. Borno state has a predominantly Muslim population, and Boko Haram considers Borno its de facto headquarters, according to the BBC.

Combine traditional African savagery and idiocy with the mohammadan death cult and the results are not pretty. The "religion of peace" sure lives up to that name.

We dying here.

According to an account by the Associated Press, more than 770 people have been killed in Boko Haram attacks so far in 2012, making it the worst year yet for violence attributed to the group.

Business as usual in the heart of darkness.


This is what Christmas looks like in a negro nation. Burning cars. Murderous jihadans. A peaceful faith that keeps killing. Ignorance and violence. Total inability to self-govern. This is the future of America on the path we're currently on. Unless we start to reclaim our right to racial self-determination this is the dark nightmare that awaits. 

I'm dreaming of a White Christmas. I'm dreaming of White nations.

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