11 thoughts on “••••••𝅘𝅥𝅮𝅘𝅥𝅰𝅘𝅥𝅮𝅘𝅥𝅰SPQR𝅘𝅥𝅰𝅘𝅥𝅮𝅘𝅥𝅰𝅘𝅥𝅮••••••

    1. Ah Thorsten sir…you have powerful materials here on these web platforms….all of your IG posts tie into one another , a subtle compilation – layered in transcendence…one of your comments I noticed you mentioned having backed away from blogging…your blog posts are more than verbage and optics…it’s the fire, the glory of the Aryan footprint upon men of all lands…

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      1. Thank you for the comment even though I don’t subscribe to the “Aryan” rhetoric at least not how many “Right-Wing” dissidents employ it. Something which I did write about briefly prior to leaving blogging.

        As for IG I made it promote my video content, so it would make sense that it is a visual compilation of sorts, either work that has been used or likely will be used in the near future.

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      2. I know precisely what Aryans are, I just think it is absurd of why it is even necessary to use as if “European” or “Germanic” are enough, also I dislike terms that are very removed from contemporary historical periods, I feel no different than when Spanish people call themselves “Iberian” as if the former term is somehow inferior considering that Iberian Hunter Gatherers are a pre-historic (Pleistocine Epoch) population that has little to do with present-day “Berberized” Westernj European “Celtic” populations.

        Same with Aryan, it is no different than traveling to Germany & expecting to meet a German that identifies as “Cimbri” of Thüringia, if you say something that you’re looks like you’re not normal (perhaps on the spectrum of Autism), that being said these are very L.A.R.P. terms that are removed from the contemporary designations of normal people which also alienate normal people.

        German(s) is a derivative Ethno/Linguistic “National” convention following the nomenclature of “Germanic” insofar to the founding tribes of Central Europe even-though Germans under the HRR were not simply descendants of the many Germanic tribes but also Celtic considering the overlap of Germanic & Celtic (Celts were here 1st in Central Europe), Italic overlap in the Rhine-Westphalia & Bayern Regions (Residual Roman Legacy). Lastly, as well Germanized Balts in North & Eastern Germany (Lower-Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-vorpommern). Prussia once was & is no more.

        This is what constituted German Identity prior to the multi-cultural mandates of Post 1946.

        Not P.I.E. Aryans, it was called Germania by the Romans not Aryania regardless of the who or what the P.I.E. peoples were.

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