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VertigoPolitix- The Charge at Summit Springs An Existential Lesson.

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Published on 28 Oct 2020 / In History

The Charge at Summit Springs: An Existential Lesson

The brutal raids of the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers in northern Kansas during the Spring of 1869 were met with a fierce retaliation by the Fifth US Cavalry. At the height of the Plains Wars, atrocities on both sides were a daily occurrence; and in the actions and bravery of American pioneers and the local authorities, there is a lesson to be learned for nationalists everywhere...

Primary source: "Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains, 1865-1879" by Thomas Goodrich

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FascistImperialist
FascistImperialist 5 months ago

When are we going to embrace brutality?. It's the only way forward this world is no place for weaklings and coward's.

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WHITECIVILRIGHTS5
WHITECIVILRIGHTS5 6 months ago

WE'VE ALL BEEN LIED TO!

WHITE PEOPLE CAN'T BE RACIST:

HERE'S A LIST OF "WHITE SLAVE TRADES": 1.BARBARY SLAVE TRADE 2. ARAB SLAVE TRADE 3. IRISH SLAVE TRADE 4.CRIMEAN SLAVE TRADE, 100'S OF MILLIONS OF WHITE PEOPLE WERE ENSLAVED OVER THE LAST 2,500 YEARS, HALF WERE WHITE WOMEN!

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drutsohg
drutsohg 6 months ago

Talk to any 14 year old kid. It is always a black pill. Whites may have grater numbers, but they are primarily concerned with making sure blacks and Jews are well taken care of. Enslaved minds

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BreadAndCircuses
BreadAndCircuses 6 months ago

I know,,it's everywhere. Insane mind controlled slaves can't think for themselves anymore.

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drutsohg
drutsohg 6 months ago

@BreadAndCircuses: When I was 14, and it was a long time ago, I already had at least 4 years of people telling me I was oppressing everyone. I knew that the school teachers and staff were all full of shit. I didn't realize yet that they were Commies, just that they were very pushy with their ideas and they didn't tolerate my idea of leaving me alone to be free. I was already a proto-white separatist. I was young and dumb but I knew just about everything I was told was wrong. These kids today will argue with you, spouting nonsense drivel their communist parents, teachers, and other people have told them. They don't even try to rebel. Everyone rebelled when I was a teen. I am from a generation in the past so I guess everything is different. I feel like I am in a prison every day, and I felt like that back when I was 14 too. I don't understand how these people can lie back and enjoy their slavery so much.

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Lever_Action
Lever_Action 6 months ago

I think that it was Balzac that said: "I read to know that I am not alone". Thanks so much, I can really relate to everything that you said

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