Stop Hating On Hate

There’s one word that I hear getting a really bad reputation, particularly from lefties. And that’s quite obviously the word ‘hate’. I’ve been accused of “spreading hate” or “inciting hate” countless times since I became red pilled. As it turns out, facts and reality are now considered hateful. Fantasy land and unattainable utopia is considered love. And the thing that gets to me the most about the misuse of this term is that fact that those who use it the most don’t understand how natural hatred is.

Author Jim Goad says that you naturally hate that which threatens your livelihood. Hate helps you to recognize that something is a direct threat to your life and could potentially cause you pain or harm. It’s natural for us to feel it simply for the sake of survival. We hate those who harm us. And love doesn’t protect one from being on the receiving end of hatred.

Many Native American tribes hated the Pawnee. Why? Because they slaughtered anyone who wasn’t Pawnee. Such was a matter of survival. Such was required so those who protected a tribe could do what they had to do to keep their families safe from a potential raid from an enemy tribe. Isn’t that how most of history has gone? You naturally hate those who threaten you. You naturally hate those who desire to cause you pain. And there will always be people around who want to cause you pain. Only now days, we’re told that we can naturally stop that process by learning to love.


One of the most painful things regarding the French election is the fact that the people of France clearly believe the third world cultures they’re allowing in share their values and they can all coexist peacefully. This egalitarian type of thinking causes people not to see potential threats. When I see a bunch of foreign men of military age from a foreign religious faith that preaches conquering those who won’t submit to Islam climbing a fence and crossing the border into my territory, I see a threat. I see invaders. I see people who want to harm my livelihood. And the more we see terror attacks taking place in France in the coming months and years ahead, the more the left will tell people that its their “hate” that caused others to lash out at them. That the whites in particular can somehow fix themselves if they just learn to love a little bit more.

It won’t happen. It will never happen. You can’t love that which doesn’t not have the intention of returning even the slightest respect for you.

I suspicion that France might very well be the first of European nations to fall. With that being said, the U.S.A didn’t learn their lesson (I say this as an American) after 9/11. The French haven’t learned their lesson after both the Bataclan theater in 2015 and the Nice attack in 2016. It took the U.S. over 15 years to learn that we need immigration reform in order for these kinds of terror attacks. And even with Trump in office, we’re still not there.

The French have been taught to believe that self-interest and protecting their culture is equal to being hateful. When the word hate is so misused that it directly translates in “how dare you suggest that you have the right to defend yourself,” you can count on seeing more dead bodies in the streets. Especially if Erdogan unleashes more migrants through Turkey, which he has threatened to do several times.

4 thoughts on “Stop Hating On Hate

  1. — I’ve been accused of “spreading hate” or “inciting hate” countless times since I became red pilled. —

    To paraphrase George Carlin, It’s a big club, and we’re both in it.

    The Left — in this case, its globalist / egalitarian segment — has lost the battle of ideas. Therefore, to hold what it has gained (to say nothing of making further gains), it must somehow invalidate the opposition. The only available tactic, in the absence of reason and evidence, is slander: the delegitimization of the opponent by impugning his motives. The terrible thing about this is how often in works.

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