Happy Valentine’s Day!
Whether you’re passing out flowers and chocolate, writing a card to your mom (call her!), or loving on your gal pals, celebrating St. Valentine’s Day can be inspiring. The most popular account of St. Valentine’s life is that he was martyred for secretly marrying Christians during their persecution under the Roman Emperor Claudius II. Pagans believe it is a Christianization of the Lupercalia fertility ritual, which celebrates Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, as well as Rome’s founders, Romulus and Remus.
But however one chooses to understand it, the holiday is an important one on the Western calendar. While marriage is still legal (so far), whites are nevertheless being openly persecuted in other ways today. A few recent examples:
- A 9-year-old girl was beaten by blacks on a school bus in Florida (full story here). The mother has been advised to enroll her kids elsewhere.
- Ethan Liming, a 17-year-old, was beaten to death by blacks for shooting them with a water gun.
- Cannon Hinnant, a 5-year-old boy, was shot and killed by his black neighbor while riding his bicycle.
Western civilization will only continue if the people who created it survive — and that’s no longer something to be taken for granted. So, go get married and have children! And if you need some advice, here are some ideas on how and why you can and should make relationships work, as well as some more lighthearted takes on Valentine’s Day itself, taken from Counter-Currents’ vast archive:
- “NEETs, Work, Women, and Marriage” by Anonymous
- “White Men Wanted” by Matt Armstrong (German version here)
- “The Vermont Teddy Bear is a Giant Phallus” by Jef Costello
- “Secrets to a Happy Life: A Primer for 20-Something Whites” by Christopher Donovan
- “Charles Darwin on Choosing a Significant Other” by James Dunphy
- “MGTOW as a Slave Religion” by James Dunphy
- “The Singles Epidemic” by James Dunphy
- “A Woman’s Guide to Identifying Psychopaths” by James Dunphy
- “The Best Man’s Divorce Speech” by Fullmoon Ancestry
- “An Unforgettable Night” by Fullmoon Ancestry
- “Valentine’s Day: A Legacy of Hate” by Jim Goad
- “PUA vs. White Nationalist Perspectives on Mating” by Alex Graham
- “On Family” by Andrew Hamilton
- “Houellebecq on Love” by Michel Houellebecq
- “Blaming Your Parents” by Greg Johnson
- “To a Reluctant Bridegroom” by Greg Johnson (Dutch version here, French version here, Spanish version here, Swedish version here)
- “Why Environmentalists Should Have Large Families” by Greg Johnson
- “Pickup Artists, Game, and White Nationalism” by Bruce Longfellow
- “Like Should Marry Like” by Anthony M. Ludovici
- “Pick Up Artists” by Ava Moretti
- “What Women Want” by Ava Moretti
- “On Dissidents and Marriage” by Spencer J. Quinn
- “‘Are You So Severe upon Your Own Sex?’: Femininity According to Jane Austen” by Kathryn S.
- “Finding Your Soul Mate with the Utmost Efficiency” by Marian Van Court
- “Alessandra Mussolini’s Amore” by Scott Weisswald
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