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What’s It All About?

by H. Millard

WHAT’S it all about? We are born, we grow old, and we die. Is that all there is to existence? Some of us say there is far more — and that we are to play an important part in it if we just live right and do the right things and understand our purpose as White people on this planet. And to some of us this rises to the level of being a religious truth, told in the language of our day and backed by the best science.

In thinking of these things we find the following three quotations to be of special importance if we but understand them completely.


“[T]he varieties of mankind are so different that similar differences found in any other animals would warrant their classification in different species, if not in different genera.” — Charles Darwin (quoted in Frank Hankins, The Racial Basis of Civilization, p. 293)

READ: Whites are so different from other races, and they from us, that our race should probably be called a different species — and would be, but for Political Correctness the fact that we can, unfortunately, interbreed. For Whites to reach their highest possible destiny they must avoid as much contact as possible with other races and never interbreed with them.


“Living organisms must necessarily compete, for food, for mates and for living space, especially with other members of their own species [i.e., those with whom they can breed — Ed.]. They must avoid predators and other dangers. For all these various reasons, some will leave more offspring than others, and it is the genetic characteristics of such preferred replicators which will be passed on preferentially to succeeding generations. This is the essence of natural selection.” — Francis Crick (Nobel laureate and co-discoverer of the shape of DNA; emphasis added)

READ: Your main purpose in being born is to have as many children who look like you as possible — and in doing so you will out-compete other types of humans and pass on your characteristics to a new mankind, while those who do not breed are dead ends and pass on nothing of themselves to succeeding generations.


“Man is something that shall be overcome. Man is a rope, tied between beast and Overman — a rope over an abyss. What is great in man is that he is a bridge and not an end.” — Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Read: By living right and by having as many children as possible who look like you, you become a progenitor of the new improved White kind that is more evolutionary advanced than present-day Whites. We sometimes refer to this new improved type as the Ubermensch, or Overman.

It’s all very simple, really. If you do nothing else in life but have pure White children — White children born of two pure White parents — you will have a stake in the future and you will have done what is righteous and sacred for the improvement of mankind.

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©2022 H. Millard

Ourselves Alone & Homeless Jack’s Religion: Messages of Ennui and Meaning in Post-American America by H. Millard — In this book, H. Millard, the hard-to-pigeonhole author of The Outsider and Roaming the Wastelands, has put together some of his category-bending commentaries on post-American America. They deal with politics, philosophy, free speech, genocide, religion and other topics in Millard’s edgy style — and lead up to “Homeless Jack’s Religion,” in which Homeless Jack lays out revelations he found in a dumpster on skid row. ISBN-10: 0-595-32646-3

Roaming the Wastelands by H. Millard — The groundbreaking novel of post-American America and of a life-affirming philosophy that is beyond left and right. From Chapter 1: “There are some among us who can’t help but listen to a different drummer. The drumming they hear is from their DNA. Some try to block it out, but it is heard in the blood which has no ears that can be covered to stop the sound that is not a sound. It is a call of the wild from centuries past to the wild in some humans. Those who try to deny the drummer are doomed to unhappy lives, for they are denying what they were born to be.” ISBN-10: 0-595-22811-9

The Outsider by H. Millard — Non-conformist and alienated, Buck wanders alone through a post-American America seeking meaning and the authentic. H. Millard’s iconoclastic, sacred-cow-toppling essays and fiction have appeared in everything from the high-IQ society Mensa’s publications to newspapers and magazines. Follow the linked title or get it by telephone: 1-877-823-9235. ISBN-10: 0-595-19424-9

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21 July, 2020 7:57 am

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24 July, 2020 4:44 pm

Good advice. Very good advice.