Aristocracy of Blood: Times & Tiger (6-12-15)


Tonight I’ll finish playing the final segment of my audio recording with Tiger-CT which I had intended to do last week, and then I’ll take a look at some articles and news items. Probably will take calls.

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@BlutundBoden, Palestinians are not of the white race obviously, even if these uneducated people refer to them having “aryan blood” or whatever the hell they feel like. Sure, there are white minorities in these muslim countries but that doesn’t change things.
Speaking of evolution of the show as the host did, why not get proper microphones so that the audio quality would be good on all Renegade Broadcasting shows? Now it is really bad.

Since when are Palestinians of the White race? Never in my entire life have I seen a Palestinian that looked even remotely White.

Islam waged war on all of the authentic forms of local paganism in regions which Muhammad initially spread his hebraic insanity. It didn’t end there and spread even further after his death. Fuck that guy.

I guess that Roman Catholicism is a legitimate form of paganism, also. Derp.


Blut, I love you man, but you have a very limited knowledge of what Middle Easterners look like. here’s an example that took all but two seconds to pull up of two Palestinian children:

Furthermore – the very word comes from “Philistine” who were Mycenaean Greek seafarers from the mainland after they took over Crete/Minoan civilization.


And it should also be remembered that the blood of European crusaders also flows in those people/lands…which is probably responsible for the more Nordic looking people. And on the flip side, we could also come up with examples of Southern and Eastern Europeans who do not display “pure” characteristics – so its a slippery slope, which is why 1. I am not a purist, and 2. feel the ONLY way ahead and out of this is universal pan-Aryan racialism as a categorical imperative ABOVE ethnic tribal nationalism

The past Blood life of those regions can only tell us so much about those living there today. Those people shown are such rarities it’s silly to talk as if they are in any way whatsoever representative of the general population. Besides, I’ll bet their phenotype is the result of genes expressing themselves more by random chance than due to having the percentage of European genetics that are the norm in Europe proper and among her diaspora.


I disagree – I would say at least 1/4 to a 1/3 of those people range from typical Mediterranean to the obviously white, including blondes such as the types I posted in the link above. You simply cannot compare Yemenites, Saudis, and UAE populations with Palestinian, Syrian, and Lebanese, Turk, northern Iraq and the Caucasus. I don’t know how many times I mistook Turks for Ukranians, Bosnians, etc. There is no doubt that the gene flow between Balkans, Turkey, and the Middle East has much reciprocity, not to mention the Mediterranean exchange between Greek, Phoenician, Carthaginian and Arabic blood. Southern Italy and Greek genes are very close to the Levant. Take a look at Syrian Partisan girl a few inches over in the right column,… Read more »

If you type in “Palestinian people”, “Syrian people”, “Lebanese people”, “Turks” or “Turkish people” (parasites on the German people), Iraqi people, those people do not look White at all. Having some European genetics does not a White person make. Being assimilable does not a White person make. Whiteness is a social construct, albeit one whose construction is informed utilizing biological realities. We obviously differ in what racial stock we consider as belonging to the category of White. To me White in the racial sense means the archetypal genes we associate with Europeans in regions where Celtic, Germanic, Baltic, Slavic and some Romance languages more or less correspond with populations who historically go back to more or less indistinguishable peoples. Many speakers of these languages and… Read more »