What Our Race has Lost: A Look at the Last of the Aryans of Asia
The Kalash people, a small group of tribesmen numbering perhaps only a few thousand, can be rightfully described as being among the last pure-blooded groups of true Aryans left within the massive confines of the Asian continent. Their biological ancestors once held sway over millions of square miles of territory, and established the memory of their existence in the numerous ruins dotted throughout the region. However, while they drifted into the teeming brown masses, these distant racial brethren of ours managed to live on, mainly due to their geographical isolation and strict customs in the realm of blood purity. Hunted and viciously persecuted by Muslim savages in recent times, the Kalash are now teetering on the edge of extinction, but still refuse to bow to the pressures of a decadent world that wishes their demise. If we fail in our mission to cleanse our Western Culture of the Jew and his subversive methods of decay, we too may end up a hunted and shrinking minority amid a sea of coffee-colored barbarity. Like the Kalash territory in Northern Pakistan today, the Europe, Australia, and America of the end of this century may consist of a few islands of Aryan beauty surrounded by the hordes of the steamy southern climes. The choice is ours to make.