Doing the Jobs We Won’t Do

I’ve always been fascinated by the relationship between host and parasite and asked the question many years ago, “Does the parasite attach itself to the host or does the host attach itself to the parasite?” I don’t like victim mentality. I have no time for it. There’s always a pay off somewhere in any abusive relationship and I couldn’t help notice the succinct symbolic truth in the globalist mantra which constantly rams down our throats that, “Immigrants and illegals do the jobs that we won’t.” Think about that for a second and hear what it is actually saying and then take a long, hard look in the mirror. Not only are there certain types of labour which a lot of whites think below them but we have also become so civilised that we no longer possess the necessary barbarity to do the jobs that need to be done like getting rid of our own human trash. An organism that does not excrete it’s own waste, dies.



2 thoughts on “Doing the Jobs We Won’t Do

  1. I don’t think its a matter of doing ‘jobs us white folks won’t do,’ as much as it is people refuse to do hard, physical labor for a mere pittance.
    I’ve seen whole crews of brick layers and laborers–mostly white–get laid off because the company hired a bunch of Mexicans who would work for half the pay, and not complain when an 8 hour day turned into a 8.5 or 9 hour day and they still would only get paid for 8 hours.


    • Hi Greg. Yes, of course I agree with what you say here and that these scenarios do exist but I am talking on a deeper level here where I think it imperative that we examine our relationship to our enemies insofar as there is always a payoff somewhere in our psyche and if we can be honest enough with ourselves to spot it, we can dissolve that bond.


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