In Search of Nonwhite Altruism–It’s Like Looking for a Needle in a Haystack

I would also add that you are better off helping a dog or most other species of non-human animals over a supposedly human non-White.

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Aneesa Hussein--the Pakistani teen needed a bone marrow donor, but no one willing to donate despite a WORLDWIDE search Aneesa Hussein–the Pakistani teen needed a bone marrow donor, but no one was willing to donate despite a WORLDWIDE search

Although lying liberals will tell you that we’re all one race–the human race, it’s not exactly true. They’ll tell you we all bleed red, but behind that simple characterization of blood as red (which is true for animals as well), we’re not all one race.

Pakistani teen Aneesa Hussein knows this fact full well. She needed a bone marrow transplant to survive, but not any bone marrow would do. You see, bone marrow is specific to each ethnic group. She needed a Pakistani donor. A white person nor a black nor a Mexican would do.

Despite a worldwide search for a donor, not one Pakistani offered to donate to keep the teen alive.

Nonwhites are notorious for their lack of altruism. When there’s a disaster somewhere, who is expected to…

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2 thoughts on “In Search of Nonwhite Altruism–It’s Like Looking for a Needle in a Haystack

    • I have found that dogs know better than to bite the hand that feeds them, or at least learn not to. Whereas kikes, niggers and muds are the opposite, the better you treat them the worse they treat you; the more they get the more they demand. Give them nothing good and expect nothing good from them. Our natural generosity should go to our own kind and to animals that show loyalty and respect.

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