If evolution isn't real, how do you explain the ten of thousands of extinct plant and animals that we have fossilized, and carbon dated? Dinosaurs? Giant Carboniferous insects? Prehistoric whales? Ancient apes? "that as they get closer to the modern day, get more and more human"
What is the alternative theory? Was the world created by the Gods in stages? Where they create one ecosystem of creatures, then eventually decide to destroy them to make room for the next? And they only decided to make modern homo sapiens in the last 500 thousand years? Perhaps the Christians are right? Just about the wrong God? Perhaps the world is only 6000 years old, and we lived among Dinosaurs, Woolly Mammoths, Giant Millipedes, hundreds of different human like ape species, all living in the same environment? Perhaps the ancient Egyptians rode Triceratops into battle, and fought off Tyrannosaurs?
Also, why would the Gods directly create inferior creatures "non-Whites" that are still genetically close enough to bread with their highest creations "Whites" thereby ensuring that that their best creations would always be under the constant threat of mixing themselves into oblivion. Doesn't that seem a little counter-intuitive?
Genetics are clearly a key factor in life, it's why we care so much about race, and why eugenics is one of the most important parts of our ideology. So, over a long period of time, tell me why new creatures couldn't evolve to fill new niches, and change to suit their environment? We can clearly change dogs through selective breeding relatively quickly, into a myriad of different forms, all with different intelligence levels, bone structures, size, any way possible. Evolution is just when this process occurs naturally, as environmental pressures kill off those unsuited for their environment, and leaving only the strong, and healthy creatures that are more suited to the environment, to breed. Why isn't it possible, that over long periods of time, genetic drift, and gradual change would create new creatures? When we can clearly observe the roles that genetics plays today?
I think when our ancestors discussed the fact that we come from a superior people that they were right. But this does not mean we literally descend from alien Nordics, or demi Gods. I think they were referring to the fact, that just as our relatively recent, ancient ancestors were superior to us on a moral, physical, intellectual, and spiritual level. As were their relatively recent, ancestors, superior to them, much in the same way. This idea is talked about by Evola, with civilization getting more and more degenerate over time. As our recent ancestors were relatively less degenerate than we are, so were their ancestors less degenerate then they were.
The liberal "I fucking love science" crowd also are emotionally invested in the of laws of physics, and of round earth. And they use the idea that they're "scientific" to defend liberal ideology, while making memes about how spiritual people "r dumb, cuz they believe in flat earth lol" But that doesn't mean the Earth is actually flat, or that physics is a liberal conspiracy to subvert the west. These people are the first ones to defend the censorship of real scientific studies that show race is real, and that faggotry is a mental illness. They're closer to the "Cult of Reason" founded in revolutionary France, then to the fascist conception of science which is solely concerned with with uncovering truth. They like "science" because current "science" is censored to suit liberal ideology, and they associate "science" with gadgets that give them pleasure, not because they care about uncovering the truth.
Evolution is a fundamental part of our worldview, and in my eyes, is the only explanation for how things exist in the current day. The historical National Socialists agree with me, whether it be Pierce, or Hitler, as evolution was taught extensively in National Socialist Germany. This does not mean that the God's don't exist, and that consciousness is just a chemical reaction, so nothing matters, or whatever bullshit liberals spew to excuse their hedonism, and cowardice. All it means is that creatures change over time to suit their environment, nothing more. It is likely that the Gods, as understood by Indo-Europeans, as representing timeless natural processes, existed long before humans ever evolved, and will continue to exist long after we're gone.