Do white people have a right to self-determine – to exist as separate, distinct people, with/following their own interests?

I often read something like the title of this post.

I think more clearly it should be…”Do you think that people have a right to feel/be safe?”, because that’s basically what the reality is that it comes down to. If you add a number of Muslims to Germany and Germany is now 50% Muslim, “Germans” won’t be as safe.

White people are being victimized.

Jews move to White countries to be safer around White people and White civilization/society.
Arabs move to White countries to be safer around White people and White civilization/society.
Blacks move to White countries to be safer around White people and White civilization/society.
Etc. Meanwhile, Whites have fewer White people allotted to them, and feel less safe. And more confused. They go up. We go down, to meet them. More like we get dragged down.

We did develop differently, and we are different. And really I don’t completely recognize the idea that we’re brother and sisters in this life; I tend to think of other races as enemies, sometimes– Along the lines of completely different species, because we really shouldn’t breed with them, in most circumstances. Things are circumstantial, but it should not be promoted. I tend to think the Old Testament views are more aligned with reality. Like, where it is said to not allow your sons and daughters to marry these others, because they might worship “other Gods”. If I can relate a God with a law, and religion with law, and custom with law, then certainly, we live according to different customs than others, and our culture is different, and the way of our society is different, and marrying outside is a potential threat to the “worship” in this way, to this God (and what a people have come to accept, and what they desire/expect in their basic processes…what they value). Do you like foot binding? How about eating albinos? How about female genital cutting? In a way, interracial mixing is definitely against God… And you ask all these others to follow you. You stretch the skin and now it’s ugly in this spot, and it makes everything ugly. It’s ugly and weak. It’s a liability. It requires extra care. All this attention.

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