The photograph touches the archetype of motherhood. Your own hazy memories perhaps, or the sight of any girl’s cooing at a toddler. Is it right to give a beautiful young woman’s ephemeral light to strangers?
PS: It is difficult to imagine a world in which we give very little or nothing to Others because we are so used to having so much taken from us. The entire operating model of liberal West is best understood as a one-way transfer of social capital from Whites to muds. The more you think on it the more you see its obscenity. It’s Satanic. Last summer I mentioned how I dropped by a grocery store one evening and enjoyed the atmosphere of upbeat music and friendly White cashiers. And then I saw a fat ‘boon with a scowl on her mug waiting in line, and realized that she is not just drawing from the same limited common store of social wealth, but she is also contaminating it. That non-event anecdote scales up as metaphor for liberalism.
The photo above shows a White woman representing the best of our kind, a radiance that is uniquely ours. And she is on a billboard that advertises altruism for strangers, something that if someone insists on championing should at least be done by old nuns. In our peoples’ growing rejection of liberalism as an epic swindle, we have to have our eyes wide open to any act, any gesture that gives comfort to those who should be drawing it from their own pools, and censure it.