William Luther Pierce quote about feminism

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  1. The internal forces leading to the eruption of the Vikings from their Northern fjords were even stronger than the external ones. Among the former was a very high birthrate, specifically among the most active and aggressive of the Northmen, the result of their customary practice of polygyny.

    The most for the best.

    According to the 11th-century German ecclesiastical historian, Adam of Bremen, every Swede of more than average substance kept two or three wives, while the nobility had no limit to the number of women they allowed themselves. For example, Harald Fairhair, the Norwegian warrior who unified Norway in the ninth century and became its first king, had as many as 40 sons by some accounts, at least nine of whom are known to history; and Harald’s son Erik Bloodaxe had at least eight sons who grew to manhood.

    It was marvelously eugenic: the strong, the able, and the aggressive had proportionately more children than they would have had in a monogamous society.

    – WILLIAM LUTHER PIERCE, ‘WHO WE ARE’

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