08/08/2016

Radio Aryan Roundtable: A Tale of Goats and Sand-Monkeys

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Sven Longshanks and Grandpa Lampshade bring you the Roundtable this week as Juhani Keranen got called away elsewhere.

After starting with a brief discussion on the Zikalympics, the first news story brought to the table is the recent Black-on-White stab attack by a crazy Norwegian in London, who was later revealed to be a Somalian. Apparently this bloodbath was the fault of us Whites for being mean to him at school and as usual, other Moslems were queuing up to say he was a good boy and he dindu nuffin, with even the mother in her bin-bag outfit being given a glowing description by a neighbour.

After this we get Jez Turner’s insight into the bloodbath and his thoughts on what caused it, before Grandpa points out that Moslems have no fear of punishment due to their belief in Allah, so just locking these creatures up when they attack us is not going to solve the problem. Sven explains that even before we were Christian, we were known for being fearless warriors due to our faith in a creator and if we still had that belief in our God, we would be unstoppable.

Next up is a news story from Grandpa, about a Haji female refusing to take the black bag off her head when entering a supermarket. This sand-monkey even had the cheek to start telling store security how the constitution should be interpreted. The Constitution is addressed to the posterity of the pioneers who came up with it, it was never meant to apply to foreign nationals and yet now we even hear of people demanding it’s protections in far-off lands. The White man’s laws were only ever meant for White people and wherever the mention of freedom of religion is found, it is talking about freedom to be Catholic, Orthodox or Protestant, not the freedom to follow Islam.

The last story discussed gives us some insight into how we project our own values onto others. In Afghanistan recently a father sold his 6-year-old daughter as a ‘wife’ to a 55-year-old Moslem in exchange for a goat. Rather than calling this for what it is, paedophilia, this is described as ‘marriage’ over there. In fact 46.4 per cent of all Afghan ‘marriages’ are carried out with females under the age of 18. They even call kidnapping and raping children a ‘religious offering’ if it is a Moslem cleric doing the kidnapping. Grandpa warns us that these are cultural norms in Islam and that if something is not done soon, they will become cultural norms in White countries too.

We have two options, we can either round these creatures up now peacefully and deport them, or we can wait 40 years and fight them all to the death. The choice is ours, but don’t think there are any other options, it will either be a bloodbath then or a peaceful deportation now, and the sooner we start taking that peaceful option the better it will be for all of us.

Presented by Sven Longshanks and Grandpa Lampshade


Radio Aryan Roundtable: A Tale of Goats and Sand Monkeys – RT 080816




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6 comments:

  1. 8 years old Yemeni girl die after wedding night !!!

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-yemen-childbride-idUSBRE98910N20130910

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  2. Why is it that all these 'God's' always seem to go AWOL no matter the religion and the God hoped for? The God everyone is looking outwardly to is and always has been within each of us and it is and always has been the same God. If mankind woke up and grew up and realised that what they call God by whatever name is within them all this utter crap would cease over night - no God wants us to keep killing each other, thats man that does that in his false man made religious nonsense to justify his stupidity . Our God this Our God that, its childishness. People claim they are in a 'Truth Movement' so bloody pay attention to your Scriptures and seek it within and stop looking to some fictitious God in the sky and using Him as excuse to stage war after bloody war.

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    1. So what is your point ???

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    2. The only people who are limited to a conception of God being in the sky are atheists and the anti-religious.

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  3. "God helps those who help themselves."

    That old saying is as true as ever. If you sit on your ass and don't do anything to better your predicament and just expect God to come down from the Heavens and rectify matters, you're only fooling yourself--BIG TIME.

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