But I will forever share his vision and perspective. Men come and go, but ideas and ideals are immortal. There have been other great minds whom I also hold dear with such high esteem. Most, however, are better at lending perspective to our true history throughout the ages, however, Jacque represents all of that as it applies to our modern world.
Do not fight the kikes because that involves playing their game. Instead, it would be more productive to put them out of your mind. When you focus on them you are giving them power. If you ignore them and simply work to address the flaws of our cultures and societies you will still accomplish the same goal and at the same time steal their power in all respects. This is what they fear most and it is, therefore, the only rational and logical option. All else is masturbation.
There was some other talk he did which I am unable to find on YT at the moment. I can't recall if it was during his speech or the Q&A at towards the end but he lists off a handful of books as recommended reading. I've started most of them but have yet to finish them and already it has reshaped my perspectives on many things.
- Aristotle - The Politics
- Berlin, Isaiah - The Proper Study of Mankind
- Burke, Kenneth - A Rhetoric of Motives
- Chase, Stuart - The Tyranny of Words
- Smith, Homer - Man and his Gods
Read and educate yourself, worry not what the jews are doing or planning. When you do this you elevate yourself and your cause such that it cannot be threatened by weak-willed parasites.
I openly speak of 9/11 being an inside job. Not because I hate the Jews for doing what they did or the elites involved. I speak of it because it is the truth, not because I despise the jews but rather it is the ignorance of truth which offends my principles and morals. Those who have strayed from this path can say correctly say it is due to the influence of certain groups with an agenda against them. However true that statement is, they cannot say this righteously and with the support of the objective observer. For there is a deeply offensive contradiction in this thought. On the one hand, if we are to accept that we have been manipulated against our best interests, then it means we accept that we were never free, to begin with, and had no choice in the matter. Or conversely, we are free men and can only be made to do things if we choose to, therefore, our current state of affairs was, is and will continue to be a conscious choice on our part and not on those who seek to lead us astray.
Happy Reading. Supergreditur!