Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!

Please, take the time to remember what you are thankful for.

Just clear your mind of everything bad, and focus on those good things that still exist.

And take the time to give God thanks that you have those things.

A few things I’m thankful for right now as we speak:

  • My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ died for my sins so I can have eternal life
  • My family
  • My friends
  • My work
  • My readers
  • Real President Trump
  • Trump War 2020
  • Nick Fuentes
  • Frank Hassle
  • STEEL PUMA’s Atlanta streams
  • Twitter clips of senile Joe Biden
  • That steak I just ate
  • Those extra buttery mashed potatoes that came with that steak I just ate
  • Vaping

Even if it feels like everything is going to hell, you all have something to be thankful for.

Without God, you wouldn’t have anything.

I hope you’re all spending time with the people you love right now.

You should really be spending time with them right now, instead of reading this.

If family members try to go woke on you…

Just smile and nod.

You should never fight with your family.

They will either come around or they won’t.

If they ask you questions, you should answer them (without racial slurs), but don’t ever fight with them, or make a situation tense or uncomfortable. Those who don’t have eyes to see won’t see because you created a scene, and it will just ruin your relationships.

Those are the most important relationships of your life, and they transcend everything else. You are bound to them in spirit, whether you like it or not, and these blood bonds never break. You should keep them as healthy as possible.

Everything comes back to blood: it is the blood of Christ that saved us and it is the blood of our ancestors that holds us together as a people. When we speak of “brothers in Christ,” we speak of the fact that we share Christ’s blood, which we are washed in and made clean. This is a spiritual metaphor which holds meaning because every living thing that has blood pumping through its veins understands the importance of shared blood.

Family first. Before nation, before race, our loyalty is to our family, and it is only by being first loyal to our families that we can ever be loyal to our nation and race.

Everything you are is tied to those with whom you share blood, because the spirit of a man is in his blood.