Genesis of western thought – Classical Greece
• The Spartans strictly divided their society into three classes which were based solely on race. At the top were the Spartans, who were nearly all Nordic… Spartan laws dictated heavy penalties for celibacy and late marriage and exempted from taxes those who had more than four children… The Spartans are almost unique in that they did not disappear through racial integration, but rather through self-extermination in endless wars.
• The importation of slaves into mainland Greece from areas such as Asia Minor, North Africa and other parts of the Middle East continued unabated between the years 700-500 BC—which ultimately left its mark upon a significant section of the white population… Most present-day white Greeks have very little or no original classical Grecian blood in their veins.
I purposely excerpted just a couple of passages of this chapter in order to invite the reader to another chapter of another book about the racial decline of Greece: William Pierce’s Who We Are.