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Documented Workers

Posted by Bob on July 6th, 2012 under Coaching Session


I normally completely smash the other side by an unmerciful repetition of what they said.

It seems to me that one example of this would be never using a term “American citizen” but ruthlessly using “documented worker.”

Eg, “In order to vote in local elections you must have been a documented worker in that area for at least thirty days.”

Instead of “citizenship” one should say that in order to get a passport you must prove that you are a documented worker. Yes, they can then say that a documented worker can’t get a passport, but you just ignore. They use the term “undocumented worker” instead of “illegal alien” to ignore the fact that breaking a law is different from getting a piece of paper from a bureaucrat.

It can be fun to use their own language to make difficult for them.

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  1. #1 by Epiphany on 07/06/2012 - 6:12 am

    One even begins to wonder why Anglo Saxons (U.S. Citizens of English ancestry) ever broke off from the British Empire in the first place?

    Also, one should refuse to use Hyphenated Americanisms, like Irish American or Italian American or German American, and what have you. I would prefer, even, that the very term “American” fall into disuse. One should actually use the term “U.S. Citizen”.

    Another thing: one should not use the term, “Western Civilization” either. After all, is there such a thing as EASTERN Civilization? People tend to lump Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, Medieval Christendom, and Modern Civilization together, and inflict upon all of these the umbrella term Western Civilization. This is not very logical in my view!

    Multiculturalism is merely a false flag, by the anti–Whites, to trick Respectable Conservatives into defending what they falsely refer to as Western Civilization. The conflict between Multiculturalism and defense of Western Civilization is based upon a False Dichotomy. Why not reject both, in favor of a future society that the more creative of our people are in the process of building up today?

    The terms “American” and “Western Civilization” are in my view, misnomers.

  2. #2 by Daniel Genseric on 07/06/2012 - 2:22 pm

    Now, that’s just nasty Bob. But effective.

    I LIKE it!

    It’s more and more like a Worker’s Paradise all the time, isn’t it?

    “Papers please.”
    “Let me see your documents.”

    ————-

    @Epitaph
    I don’t know what you’re on about. I reject your worldview.

    • #3 by Jason on 07/06/2012 - 5:46 pm

      Makes it easier when your skin color and race are part of the documentation process, doesn’t it? :)

  3. #4 by steadiness on 07/06/2012 - 4:40 pm

    Why would the word “American” fall into disuse among nationalists? The word ‘nation’ is important. Just make sure never to refer to Blacks or Hispanics as Americans, any more than the Founding Fathers would have. I believe Bob has already fleshed this concept out, and it’s certainly something that Lincoln knew when he wrote his Gettysburg Address, that the Founders didn’t create the American nation, but they secured its independence. The American nation had been created by a period of mass migration followed by very little population transfer.

    Blacks and Hispanics can be be African-Americans and Hispanic Americans. We are white Americans, or simply Americans. Fredrick Douglass understood this as well.

    • #5 by six gun on 07/07/2012 - 6:52 am

      The term European American is quite well accepted these days.

  4. #6 by c-bear on 07/06/2012 - 10:49 pm

    Well, at least a couple people got it…
    I like your sense of humor. I used it all day today at work. One actually pulled me aside and asked me, “What the f**k are you talking about?!” I think I got on his nerves. He won’t be asking me questions for some time.

  5. #7 by Epiphany on 07/07/2012 - 5:38 am

    Well, the term “American” no longer means anything anymore. I think the term we should be using, instead, is U.S. Citizen!

  6. #8 by Epiphany on 07/07/2012 - 5:42 am

    The whole thing is rather weird. I also suspect that we may as well have stayed with the British Empire. After all, we have fought many of the British Empire’s wars (including the Two World Wars and The Cold War)!

  7. #9 by six gun on 07/07/2012 - 6:50 am

    Epiphany – a little white ago a rule was made that members weren’t to post more than one post per thread per day. This was clarified to be one main response and you could respond to another’s comment as a reply to them.

  8. #10 by Southern Nationalist on 07/08/2012 - 5:08 pm

    My fellow documented and undocumented workers, after many years of being a documented worker in this area I now fully appreciate that we work as we do for progress and the greater good of the economy. These are very important things.

    And I like being a documented worker in this area. As such, I am entitled to vote here and to participate freely in society. In return I pay my fair share. It’s all by the books. This is what it means to be a documented worker. Of course, I could move to another place and become a documented worker there. Yes, I could work for progress and the economy elsewhere. But here is where I have chosen to work and to make my residency – for a while at least. And I’m happy being a documented worker. It makes me feel good.

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