Re: Diversity | Thulean Perspective

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Their and our characteristics are different from each other, just like we are physically different from them; they too have hair, but our hair is different from theirs; they too have eyes, but our eyes are different from theirs; they too have skin, but our skin is different from theirs. This however is not a bad thing; it just adds to the diversity of mankind. I strongly oppose everything that seeks to destroy this diversity, just like I strongly oppose everything that seeks to destroy the diversity in the flora and fauna of our wonderful planet.

I agree, even though I am a person of mixed ancestry. Looking into my own family history, it is apparently that diversity that brought my Ancestors together in the first place. The survivalism, finding common ground in that, and insistence on certain standards regardless of the cultural streams of the times are what made me who I am today. The belief, “I have this set of values and needs, and they are important,” is what brought me back to Vodun, despite my parents going the Christian way.

I honor all of my Ancestors, but as to creed, I knew I must choose one, so I chose the one closest to my everyday reality. Though I have many useful features, Vodun fit the best with the life of a child of the Sun.

When associates of mine who call themselves “white” nationalists complain when I insist on calling them European or by the specific nation of their surname (the pre Christian one if I know it), I spell it out for them. If they are truly concerned about the preservation of European-ness, then they should stop adhering to what is not only a foreign belief system, but one that insists that they place loyalty to the church above loyalty to kin. The church is a big, wide, doorway to the multikult that seeks to strip all of us of our identity.

Mixing is going to happen because of men being men, women being women, and the birds and bees being birds and bees, but a world with nothing but birds or nothing but bees is dead.

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My pronouns are whatever you're comfortable with as long as you speak to me with respect. I'm an Afruikan and Iswa refugee living in Canaan. That's African American expat in Israel in Normalian. I build websites, make art, and assist people in exercising their spirituality. I'm also the king of an ile, Baalat Teva, a group of African spirituality adherents here. Feel free to contact me if you are in need of my services or just want to chat.

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