Ask @gorgochannel:

Do you think the disappearance of traditionalism, for example, the ideas of daughters being raised with the idea of becoming mothers, also has to do with ''white guilt''? I mean you can't really blame that on other cultures.

Michelle
I would correlate that more with the impact of feminism. We've demonised the nuclear family, and raised women to believe motherhood is this thing we should either put off as long as possible because it gets in the way of our own self-exploration, or just not bother at all because of "overpopulation".

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Why do you think white people don't really care about their culture anymore? Do you think it's their own fault?

I think in a large part, it has been in response to "white guilt". Whites are quite an empathetic people, and we tend believe our success means we should care for the world's problems, it's like we have a bit of a "Messiah Complex".
And because we have been in the "majority" for so long, it's actually very engrained in our consciousness, we just cannot wrap our heads around what it would be like to be a minority, and watch our culture disappear. We cannot fathom it.

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How do you feel about interracial relationships?

It's quite a complex topic, and it certainly gets people fired up. But here are a couple of points to ponder:
Outbreeding Depression:
In biology, outbreeding depression is when descendants resulting from crosses between genetically distant individuals (outcrossing) exhibit lower fitness in the parental environment than either of their parents, or than descendants from crosses between individuals that are more closely related.
Genetic Similarity Theory:
Let's say the parent instinctively finds a partner with the same genes that their parents had, such as talent for music, so that the talent can be passed on. That's why you'll often find "musically gifted families". It is also why people say that husbands pick wives who are similar to their mothers. If there were no drive to find partners with similar hereditary genes then there would be no distinct races. If you are mixed race, then there will be no-one in your family past that you resemble. To further expand on that, let's say you have two Swedish people, they get married and have a kid, that kid then goes on to marry a black person, and then they have kids. Their grandchildren are LESS GENETICALLY RELATED to their own grandparents, than any random stranger.
Also, different races are susceptible to different diseases and this susceptibility will then be passed on to the mixed race child, giving them both races’ weaknesses instead of just the one.

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Do you really think there are differences between race or differences between people are more cultural? If you do think there is a difference between races, do you have a source for that?

Is this a serious question? Look at a white person, look at a black person, do you not see any differences?
Different races are prone to different diseases more so than others. That's just a start.

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Even though women are more emotional beings, could you explain why they would be more insufficient for leadership roles? I feel like women could just as well be leaders because intelligence has nothing to do with gender.

I think you'd need to be more clear on your definition of a "leader". Because there are different type of leadership roles. A leader of a country? A leader of a company? A leader of a study group?
Women for much of history, have been too busy populating the world and caring for their offspring, to really even consider being leaders in a major way.
Women are very precious, generally not as physically strong, and need to be protected. Which is why you'll find that throughout history, men were the ones fighting our wars and making these big potentially life-threatening decisions.
This has always been about protection, not oppression.

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Dear Gorgo, don't you think women not working would make them dependent on their husbands and give the man more power? Although I respect your viewpoints on this subject, what if a woman were to be abused by her husband and she wouldn't be able to leave because of being dependent on him financially?

I don't think I've ever said women shouldn't work. I don't think most women are doing themselves a favour by having a full-on career as the expense of motherhood though.
Nowadays, it's actually really hard for couples to do the complete gender role traditional set up.
Most women, do have to work at some level, whether it be casually, part-time or self-employment.
I would encourage women to work toward a set up where they can be financially independent if they need to be, without having to sacrifice being a mother.
Some careers such as the beauty industry, or working online, can be very family friendly.

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I have clinical depression & some of that is caused by an identity crisis. I have found that taken pride in my European heritage has somewhat helped this. How did you get back in touch with who you are as a European? I like learning about old European civilizations and Paganism, what else can I do?

I am the kind of person that benefits from a spiritual practice, so looking into paganism has been beneficial. It is slowly helping me to rebuild how I navigate the world in a spiritual sense.
Also, learning about your own personal ancestral lineage can be helpful, to see where you come from.
I like taking walks in nature, listening to music like Wardruna and Paleowolf. And connecting with likeminded people in person.
For me, that is healing and inspiring. There is a lot of opportunities in our movement to get angry, and rightly so. But we cannot only be fuelled by anger, we need love in our hearts as well.

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How did you come to choose your channel name?

After watching the movie 300, I was inspired by the character of Gorgo. And after looking into the history of her a bit more, I think she is a great inspiration to women of this age. She was a mother, and knew the value of motherhood, but she was tough as nails as well.
She is quoted as saying "Only Spartan women give birth to real men", and I appreciate the sentiment behind that.

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I'm an Aussie but I live in the US right now. Over here people seriously talk about major civil unrest happening due to the Left/Right split. How's it in Australia right now? I left in 2004 so I can't gauge the mood there myself. Is it ramping up like in the US?

I don't think we are at the same level of violence as the US, but I think it's only a matter of time.
Just earlier this year, there was an "Invasion Day" protest that got hijacked by the radical left, police were attacked and some poor girl got knocked unconscious.
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/our-new-fascists-another-leftist-rally-turns-violent/news-story/c6fd4b3f0a6652b9704e1f3818b57c9e

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