And swans seem whiter if swart crows be by


Andrew Curry, from the National Geographic, has just published a groundbreaking piece of human history which defies all preconceived notions. His unbiased narrative solely based on technological, scientific, state-of-the-art, up-to-date, methodological, high-tech, mathematical, precise, objective and carefully collected data challenges the powers of reality and human observation.  According to Curry, Europeans have been created by interbreeding Africans, Asians and Middle Easterners.

If this doesn’t blow your mind up, he also declares that due to Europe being an add mixture, Europe belongs to Africa, the Middle East and to Asia! This amazing discovery, which just happens to coincide with the globalist’s agenda, does leave a slight issue: Where are whites, who appropriate Europe and Russia without asking permission, to go?  Fear not, my brothers and sisters, I have dispatched Eagles to begin the migration process to Moonbase Alpha. Pack your bags and grab your kiddies, Eagles await. As for a black, brown and yellow Earth, what could possibly go wrong? It’s time we whites colonise the planets and concentrate on our own well being because the others have their bases covered and shall surely live happily ever after in peace and harmony.

I have gone out of my way to make Moonbase Alpha as welcoming and earth-like as possible. To help whites transition to these alien surroundings, and to conserve all of earth’s animal species, I have collected the DNA of most earth animals. Due to Curry’s incredible findings, should I have neglected some species’ DNA, it won’t be an issue – we can concoct new ones through special breeding programs.

Here’s to the moon and new beginnings, adventure awaits!


Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving


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