The sins of the fathers.

A common feature of underdeveloped and clannish societies are feuds that can go on for hundreds of years across many generations, with nobody still living really understanding what they are fighting about. Western civilization, and particularly English cannon law, put a stop to this destructive practice by ennobling the radical idea that sons should not be responsible for the sins of their fathers.

This core tenet of the success of our civilization has become endangered in recent years with the systematic rise of identity politics through cultural Marxism, socialism, and progressivism. Because you are white you are supposedly guilty of having ‘privilege’ and thus you must atone, not for your sins, but for the unproven and undocumented sins of your fathers.

This is an extremely dangerous development and one which is rife with unintended consequences for even the most well intentioned.

In the above meme, the woman speaking is aboriginal activist Tarneen Onus-Williams, (cultural appropriation of prog hyphenated name), who organised and spoke at an “Invasion Day rally” that took place in Melbourne on Australia Day. In her speech she called for Australia to be “burned to the ground” which she and her fellow members of WAR, The Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, meant literally:

“WAR will not rest until we burn this entire rotten settler colony called Australia, illegally and violently imposed on stolen Aboriginal land at the expense of the blood of countless thousands, to the f. king ground,” the indigenous rights group wrote on its Facebook page.

“F. k your flag, your anthem and your precious national day … Abolish Australia, not just Australia Day.”

WAR does not recognise Australian citizenship or the national legal system and wants to return the continent to the rule of “Aboriginal law”.

As abhorrent and incoherent as these views are, and how traitorous the individuals saying them, I don’t entirely blame them for arriving at this point in their lives. While they obviously need to take a lot of responsibility for such drivel, some of the responsibility for this has to lie with those who have had an active and not so active hand in fermenting the hate of the white man over the last 40 years.

This fault lies squarely at the feet of governments, social workers, the ABC and many other news organisations, bureaucrats, and social planners who have sold aborigines the lie that they are hard done by through no fault of their own and that they have entitled historical grievances.

But the first literal step that ordinary Australians took in aiding this betrayal of our Western values was in 2000 when an estimated 300,000 virtue signalers walked across the Sydney Harbor bridge on what became known as ‘national sorry day’. It was cemented a few years later when then prime minister Kevin Rudd made a formal apology to aborigines on behalf of all Australians, an apology that should never have been made.

If you say sorry for something that you yourself have not done then you are declaring that you are responsible for the supposed sins of your fathers. As far as race relations go, no bigger can of worms can ever be opened. The virtue signalers assumed that their grand gesture would prove their own goodness over their backward forefathers, when in reality it merely opened the gates for an unending and ever increasing tide of racial disharmony.

There was no national racial disharmony of consequence before these events took place. The disharmony and hatred started as a result of those very same events.

Ten years after the formal national apology by the Australian parliament we now have aboriginal activists openly plotting to destroy that same parliament and everything that goes with it. And in the process we have lost a critical component of Western civilization; that the sins of the fathers shall not be born by their sons.

Our future sons will have to deal with this mess, a mess that we created out of a narcissistic desire to be seen to be good. For nothing good comes from the disassociation of your cultural heritage and the abandonment of crucial principles that bind a nation and its people together; the desire to live together, the desire to be free to live one’s life as one chooses, and the freedom to act without judgement from one’s fellow citizens about historical events over which we had no power or agency.

Australia was a nation of people that lived in relative harmony. But the seeds of its demise have been sown and the burden will be borne by untold future generations.

17 thoughts on “The sins of the fathers.

  1. Mr Black

    When public figures start to openly proclaim that aboriginal culture and “civilisation” was stone age barbarity and that they should be grateful we lifted them out of it, we’ll have a chance to fight back.

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  2. If it comes to actual war, a swift merciful death to the abo, but be sure to make examples of the race/western civ traitor whites. The abo has a legitimate claims to being there first, and getting their asses kicked, so their enmity makes a kind of sense. White traitors must die a thousand deaths. Heads on spikes.

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  3. purge187

    “If it comes to actual war, a swift merciful death to the abo, but be sure to make examples of the race/western civ traitor whites.”

    Funny you should say that. I just watched Bernard Chapin’s video concerning Corrina Mehiel. She was a typical aimless, self-loathing SJW who was tortured to death by an African migrant. File it under “Social Justice Meets Poetic Justice.”

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  4. TechieDude

    “This is an extremely dangerous development and one which is rife with unintended consequences for even the most well intentioned.” About says it all.

    These fuckwits lack of appreciation for hundreds of years of evolution, not only of humans themselves, but of self governance, is jaw dropping. As is their astonishing lack of knowledge of history and human nature.

    Aboriginal law is might makes right, every one for themselves. You can’t undo the culture.

    What they don’t know and don’t understand is that all these numbnuts braying for “revolution” are amongst the very first lined up against the wall when they get their way. It happens every, every time.

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    1. Let’s also remember that the life of a stone-age tribesman is a life spent in fear of magic and evil spirits. Dude I knew who lived in Bali told me that the whole culture was built around fear of nature. There were certain trees, for instance, that they were terrified of.

      Reading the NT and the promise that Jesus will protect you and your house from The Evil One makes far more sense when you understand that people used to think that disease was caused by evil spirits. It’s evil spirits flying in through your window, sent by witches and devil worshippers, that make your little children become feverish, grow sick and die. The promise of bodily healing is not incidental to Christianity, it was its main selling point.

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  5. Dan Flynn

    The level of ignorance you show again and again on this subject is amazing Adam. I shouldn’t be surprised by it but I still am.
    You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. You’re half baked analysis of Aboriginal Australia is so lacking in anything approaching actual knowledge. You’re not stupid, you do have knowledge in many areas, but not this one.

    ‘This fault lies squarely at the feet of governments, social workers, the ABC and many other news organisations, bureaucrats, and social planners who have sold aborigines the lie that they are hard done by through no fault of their own’

    Hilarious. You don’t think Aborigines might have developed some of their own motivation to protest against mass murder, stolen children and land dispossession?

    ‘If you say sorry for something that you yourself have not done then you are declaring that you are responsible for the supposed sins of your fathers’

    Incorrect. If I say sorry that your father or mother died of cancer am I admitting guilt? No, I’m just expressing sympathy or acknowledging that you are feeling grief. Same thing with saying sorry to Aborigines, we are not saying sorry because we are responsible, we are just acknowledging their suffering.

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      1. Dan Flynn

        Right on Mr Black, although you just forgot the n’t in front of ‘should’.
        I’ve corrected it for you:
        ‘So you’re saying we should[n’t] have exterminated them at the time to avoid modern days bullshit issues. I like the cut of your jib’
        Exactly!

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    1. Ian George

      An interesting aside to the stolen generation is that only children of mixed heritage were ‘stolen’. Many were given away as these children (known as ‘yella fellas’ or ‘yella bellies’) were not accepted by the Aboriginal communities they were born into and were not permitted to participate in any ceremonies.
      When Dexter Daniels drew up a list of demands to the Government in the late ’60s, there was no mention of a ‘stolen generation’. This account is detailed in Frank Hardy’s novel ‘The Unlucky Australians’.

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  6. Dan,

    Whenever you rock up bleating like a deranged wombat and loudly declaring that I am wrong it gives me a little warm feeling of satisfaction that my article was right on target.

    Sorry said as condolence is completely different from sorry as an admission of guilt. And sorry in this case is an acknowledgement of grievance which gives truth to a lie – aboriginals were not conquered, they were rescued from the literal Stone Age. Your ongoing Marxist attempts to rewrite history are beginning to show serious cracks. But when will you and your ilk wake up? When these same WAR idiots start a campaign of bombings and killings? Or will that be acceptable because maybe 200 years ago, when none of us were alive, some of their guys were killed by our guys? Will the potential death of you or your loved ones then alleviate this supposed guilt? Will that make you happy?

    You stupid fool.

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    1. Dan Flynn

      ‘You stupid fool’
      You always give yourself away Adam, I know that my deranged wombat bleating makes you feel stupid and therefore you feel the need to attack.
      We both know you have no knowledge of Aboriginal Australia whatsoever. Why would you? You and I are of similar age and we were not taught anything at school about Aborigines and you are not interested enough to educate yourself.
      You are much better at putting down feminists and muslims, I would stick with that if I were you.
      Anyway I won’t bother you anymore.

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      1. We both know you have no knowledge of Aboriginal Australia whatsoever. Why would you? You and I are of similar age and we were not taught anything at school about Aborigines and you are not interested enough to educate yourself.

        The rate at which you project never ceases to amaze me.

        Anyway I won’t bother you anymore.

        He says for the 20th time.

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  7. Every now and then, American Negroes talk about a race war with YT. I’d like to show ’em some footage of the holocaust, and say “A race war with YT? Are you serious? This is what happens when YT conducts a race war. It’s so bad, we swore never to do it again.”

    Whitey has only ever lost one race war, and that was in India, where the natives outnumbered the Britons by more than a thousand to one.

    These octoroon “Australian Aboriginals” are dreaming.

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