Who Really Has Freeze Peach Nowadays?

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
May 10, 2018

Whenever anyone talks about the need to speak out publicly in America, I get where they’re coming from, but at the same time, they’re dead wrong.


No, we don’t. We don’t have it anywhere in the West. I mean, technically speaking, you can’t be tried for saying something about the Jews in the US.

You’ll just, you know, lose your job, your friends, your access to the mainstream internet and become a pariah in society.

Why is this the case?

Well, it’s not an America-specific problem to be quite honest. And there are several theories.

The thing is, America and most of the former Protestant countries have this very strong virtue-signaling streak to their culture. It’s part of why they became so wealthy and orderly and successful, but also why many people find them to be the most stifling and nowadays the most overbearing and politically correct.

The reason for this is simple: Protestants were all about trying to recreate the kingdom of heaven on earth. This meant striving for perfection – as they defined it – in their communities.

A Catholic might look at a drunk and shrug, say a prayer and toss him a coin before continuing on his way. This world is one that’s drowning in sin, see? Why get so worked up about it? Just try to shuffle across the finish line to heaven as best you can.

Meanwhile, a Protestant would take offense at the drunk because he reflects poorly on the community and God might get mad at them for not living the way God intended. They would set about “reforming” harlots and drunks and people with bad opinions because these people harmed the community’s chances of getting into heaven.

Drastic oversimplification, I know. 

But look at the most “based” countries out there. Compare Italy to the UK. Belarus to Sweden. Canada to Russia.

Basically, the whole “witch-hunting” mentality is much stronger in the former Protestant nations. All because of Calvinism, ideas regarding the Elect and the “idealism” of the Protestant faith.

Another theory: 

Alexis de Tocqueville commented on how hard it was to speak your mind in the US two hundred years ago:

In the United States, the majority undertakes to supply a multitude of ready-made opinions for the use of individuals, who are thus relieved from the necessity of forming opinions of their own.

He’s got a lot of good quotes tbh.

Also, he advances a different argument for what makes a society have free attitudes towards speech.

Instead of relying on the Catholic/Protestant/Orthodox divide, he points the finger at democracy. See, in a democracy, your opinion holds weight. It can affect the power structure of the country. For that reason, your opinion must be heavily regulated. Your own peers will regulate it heaviest of all. Sneeze the wrong way, and be prepared for people to look at you as a disturber of the peace and a rabble-rouser.

In a more authoritarian system, the government doesn’t really need to concern itself too much with your opinion because it doesn’t really hold weight. And your peers tend to be more liberal in regards to what they tolerate coming out of your mouth.

Look at these same countries now in terms of how democratic they are. Russia is more authoritarian but people have a much wider spectrum of opinions they are allowed to express among their peers. The same goes for Italians. You won’t get booted out of a party and your life ruined by being a little edgy.

Both countries ostensibly don’t have laws guaranteeing free speech, but you can say more in a social setting because it is socially acceptable – no one cares lol what are you going to do, Italian politics will always be corrupt and Putin will always be tsar, so lets us peasants just agree to disagree.

So which model is freer? Depends on your point of view.

Also, I’m not sure that there’s really an answer to the question. Back when the Jews weren’t totally in control in the US and the Catholics were still opposing them in Hollywood, they were the biggest champions of free speech.

One thing I know for sure is that Jews make whatever natural tendencies a people have much worse. 

How ’bout some jew propaganda while you’re at it, eh goy?

And now they’re the ones clamping down hardest on free speech – whipping people up into a self-righteous lather to go hunt witches, i.e. thought criminals, racists and white men in general.

So philosophy aside, things become much easier and straight-forward the minute we get rid of these lying kikes.