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The Rules of Gold and Silver and Bronze and Iron

il_fullxfull.440589036_k7tpby David Sims

THERE ARE PEOPLE for whom the golden rule should not apply. These are persons who will treat you dirty after you do them good. They will assign blame to you because your generosity didn’t go as far as they’d hoped, and they’ll speak as if they’d be better off if you did not exist. Such beings shouldn’t have the benefit of the golden rule twice, if they betray its spirit the first time.

Blacks generally fall into this category.

They aren’t worthy of the rule of gold, whereby we would treat them as we’d have them treat us. They won’t.

Nor are they worthy of the rule of silver, whereby we don’t do unto them what we don’t want them doing to us. They’ll do it to us anyway.

The proper way for Whites to behave in their dealings with Blacks is either according to the rule of bronze — do unto them as they did unto you — or, if things escalate to war, the rule of iron: do unto them such that they will no longer have the ability to do unto us.

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4 Comments

  1. August 28, 2016 at 1:10 pm — Reply

    If I want to be raped, does this permit me to rape others? (It should according to the golden rule.) The reverse makes a lot more sense “Do not treat others as you want to be treated yourself.”

    We need to get rid of this so called morality, all of it, in order to survive.

    • Thomas Plaster
      July 15, 2017 at 1:23 pm — Reply

      I have come to suspect that Christianity is a jewish Trojan Horse.

      It was definitely created by a jew; Saul of Tarsus.

      It gives jews an exalted position; God’s chosen people, even though God’s chosen were instrumental in the death of the religion’s Messiah. I have always since childhood shook my head at this sensless drivel.

      It claims (in commandments) that no worship for anyone but God, later claims Christ is son of God (a distinct entity???) and then requires worship of this son of God. Contradiction, anyone???? Or is it just me?

      It claims that no matter how hard a human tries, said human will commit at least one sin during life. Further, it claims that God has made man in this way, to be this way, is in man’s nature. Then, the religion blames the man for doing what his creator (God) compelled him to do, designed him to do. God then demands that man grovel before God for forgiveness for something that God caused to happen. This was my first problem with Christianity when I was an elementary school kid. I remember looking at the adults who taught this and thinking to myself “good God, you actually believe this (illogical) idea?”

      Christianity had to be imposed via the legal/political power of Roman empire, and later the Byzantine empire. This suggests that it had no widespread appeal. Also, Christianity makes clear that Rome was not exactly highly regarded even though the relative pax Romana allowed the natural spread of the new ideas/religion and then used legal force to make it required. I would think Christians would thank Rome for that.

      Later, political/legal force had to be used to stop the older religious beliefs of White Gentiles (derogatorily called pagan/heathen by Christians) via witchcraft trials. Suggesting the older White/Gentile/German spiritual beliefs had some kind of attraction.

      Many of the concepts of Christianity were pagan/heathen in origin. Suggesting the new ideas/religion had to be Germanized to make it palatable to the new populations of the late Roman empire (Germans).

      Something stinks about all this.

  2. Walt Hampton
    July 15, 2017 at 6:56 pm — Reply

    Far too much emphasis has been put on the role
    of Negroes. Anyone with any inkling of White
    racial consciousness should have learned long ago
    that they are merely pawns of the Jews.

  3. September 22, 2017 at 9:02 am — Reply

    How incredibility sad this article is. What a miserable life a person with this much hate must live.

    Matthew 7:1 Do not judge, or you too will be judged.

    John 13:34 Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.

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