In retrospect, I think it was a mistake to come back here. And even more so, to speak so frankly about personal issues, and not just sticking to sociological data. Certain people have used these facts to make wild and dangerous accusations against me. Despite the fact that I have always advocated peaceful, non-violent, legal means to raise awareness of the plight of Eurasian males, certain people see me as a dangerous subversive simply for expressing my freedom of speech. And have taken aggressive actions to silence me.
This is a level of conflict and hostility, I was not prepared for and am not in the emotional state to deal with right now. I feel that due to these dangerous, vicious, unfounded mischaracterizations of me, this blog is now putting me at risk. I have done my part for the Eurasian cause. I have poured out my heart and soul. And it will be up to my Eurasian readers to determine if I spoke to the truth of their experiences or not.
The advocacy of peaceful activism through expressing my freedom of speech, has raised too much militant hostility against me, in the stormy racial climate.
I just hope that with a calm, impartial examination of the facts I have presented on this blog, people will see the validity in the claims I have made.
I know that I can never truly resign from a race, people see on my face. But the burden of speaking out against such powerful interests has just been too much for me. And these last few days have been very stressful for me. Honestly there is only so much I can say anyway. My basic point is really quite simple, and the only way to not comprehend it is through deliberate misinterpretation. I think anyone can get my basic argument, whether they agree with the conclusion is another matter. I can only make the same point so many times. I’m very tired of all this. And have lost hope of Eurasians ever being accepted by society as full human beings. Our subhuman status seems permanent. And I despair of ever rectifying this.
I encourage any other Eurasians who are out there, to participate in the political process, and do all they can to make their voices heard.