George Lincoln Rockwell Quote Week – You Cannot Change A Culture

“A leopard doesn’t change his spots just because you bring him in from the jungle and try to housebreak him and turn him into a pet. He may learn to sheathe his claws in order to beg a few scraps off the dinner table, and you may teach him to be a beast of burden, but it doesn’t pay to forget that he’ll always be what he was born: a wild animal.”

“You’re a slave in your own country, White Man. Each year you get to keep less of the fruits of your labor; each year it gets more difficult to carry the burden the aliens have placed upon you; each year the cheap labor of aliens makes your future less secure; each year you retreat a few steps more into the world of slavery.”

If you collect a bunch of Africans together, they will start to act like Africans. A few American blacks realize how toxic the ghetto culture is and would love to see it burned down. Most however will continue to live like Africans. Tribal scavengers who take what they want without considering the responsibility of it. Whether this is genetic or deeply ingrained culturally — or both — is irrelevant.

Christianity used to be a moderating force on the black American, but today in America Jesus is either a silly superstition or a social activist to make you more wealthy.

This is true with any race. We talked yesterday about Jews and Italians. I’ve said before that America should have remained a strictly protestant country. I’ve talked about my dislike of Germans and the English. Donald Trump may have New York values, but he has a Scottish temperament.

If you allow someone else — whether an individual robber, the government, or an invading race — to steal from you, then you have given it over yourself. If you leave the front door open, then you cannot be upset when someone cleans you out. The solution to the moral toxicity of Hollywood is not to complain how Jewish or secular it is — the solution is to quit watching Hollywood movies. Take responsibility for your possessions, whether material or immaterial.


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