As some may have noticed, I haven’t made a video in almost two weeks. The first week I was in Charlottesville, Virginia for the Alt Right Protest and KKK rally *cough cough* I mean the Civil War vigil for the fallen dead. But it’s white people with tiki torches so it must be a nod to the KKK, right? Honestly, the hoaxing media has a collective IQ of 75. Bunch of morons. Then on the last day of my trip I came down with a nasty sinus infection which I’m loving referring to as the Antifa virus. Those damn Antifa got too close. So for obvious reasons, I haven’t been able to film. I’ve been too busy getting mucus out of my chest and head. Which I’m sure you were just dying to know.
Having had my hands tied and not being able to film along with the antihistamines making my brain foggy to a point where I didn’t even want to blog gave me a little time to reflect. I’ve been putting a lot of pressure on myself to make videos. With the Islamic terrorist attack in Manchester, I felt that pressure again to get a video up talking about it when I honestly felt as though I didn’t have anything new to add to the conversation. I was sad. I was angry. I consumed alternative media constantly the last two days to learn more about the events. And I tried to get rid of the urge to turn on the camera when I could barely talk without coughing.
This infection forced me to stay on the sidelines and just absorb what happened. It forced me to take some time out and to simply have a moment with the current world events that shape our world. Constantly talking about the dispossession of my race and the intentional globalist movement to destroy Europe can be a bit draining. Especially when an attack like this occurs. I don’t always know what to say because it’s already been said by so many others.
Sometimes it’s important to allow yourself to heal before you can remount that horse. I often have to force myself to realize that I can’t do it all. It took getting sick for me to realize that I had been operating at a rate that I couldn’t maintain.
Filming will resume soon. Promise! And I’m working on getting new equipment so I can bring you better content. But for the time being, healing has to come first.
Taking the time you need for yourself during this battle is equally as important as fighting the actual battle. White genocide fatigue is real. And you must take the necessary time to recover so you can keep fighting.