The Guardian: Inside America’s Last Whites-only Church

African, Hispanic and other non-European  bloodlines are required for participation in various ancestor based.religions.  There is absolutely no reason to confuse folkism with racism.  And yet, groups like this rural Minnesota group do just that.  Listening to their words, it is clear the Asatru Folk Assembly use folkism as an excuse for racism.  Unfortunately, because groups continue to spout racism as if it were folkism, those involved in ancestral based religions are often confused with hate groups.

Bravo to The Guardian to take the time to discover the difference.

Posted on November 2, 2021 by Video Witch
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