Generosity and godliness

A while back, ICHC posted this cartoon, which is based on an old joke about the two most popular house pets:

I’m a cat person, but on reading this, I couldn’t help but compare it to the difference in how white and nonwhite people react to generosity.

Jews and Christians both revere charity and kindness. In both the Old and New Testaments, the godly people are always the generous ones who sacrifice for others, in some cases for people they barely know. Charity was one of the most notable traits of Jesus of Nazareth.

White people admire people who are charitable and think they must be close to God, and we see God as generous. (This is actually the main reason for the mess we’re in, because we’ve been trying to raise nonwhites up to our level and giving them what rightly belongs to whites out of misguided generosity.)

Nonwhites see the whole thing differently; they think people who are charitable are suckers. (Race realist blogs are constantly citing studies showing that blacks have consistently high self-esteem. Cruise a personal ads website for an example of this; fat, homely black women seem to believe they rate a rich sugar daddy.) White liberals are consistently amazed that nonwhites don’t worship them in gratitude for all that white liberals have stolen from other whites for them. They don’t realize that while whites interpret kindness as dogs do, nonwhites interpret it as cats do.

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2 Responses to Generosity and godliness

  1. I’m glad you’re back!

    Off-topic to the racialist stuff, but on-topic for dogs:
    If you haven’t seen it, you should watch “Decoding Dogs”. Here’s a link to an online version, though I watched the free-streaming Netflix version. All about dogs possessing the DNA that makes them want to befriend, protect, entertain, and beg from humans.

    I hope you keep writing and all that.

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