Death of White Supremacy: The Last Aryans In Paraguay





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Published on Jul 5, 2010

Sometime In Late 19th Century, A Handful Of German Families Settled In A Remote Jungle Of Paraguay, Where They Intended To Create A Racially Pure Utopian Settlement Called Nueva Germania.

The Experiment Failed. The Settlers Were Unprepared For The Devastating Diseases And Other Hardships Of Jungle Life, And Their Descendants. Some Of Whom Inter-married With The Darker, Skinned Locals, Are Amon More..g The Poorest People In One Of The Poorest Countries In South America.

Today, According To "The Vogue Book Of Blondes" By Kathy Phillips, A Version Of The Colony Still Exists In Paraguay. Many Of The Inhabitants Have Blonde Hair And Blue Eyes But Are Predominantly Poor, Inbred And Diseased. Hardly The Race Of Super Men And Women Nietzsche And Forster First Envisaged For Their New Germany. This Is Another One From Vice

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