Important Zig Forums Dates

Ryan Fisher
Ryan Fisher

This may sound trivial, but I believe this can be a useful tool for the future. We need a list of holidays. Not so much holidays, but important Zig Forums dates that have meaning to our mostly shared ideology. These days can become focal points for Zig Forumsacks to meet up, have fun, or to generally keep track of the year in accordance with what they have accomplished so far.

Three definite days:
4/20: birth of the Great One
12/8: Martyr’s Day
7/4: obvious, but to remember some basic ideals we try to uphold and to remember the promise we once had.

Any other days we should add? I think we need one closer to Fall and the beginning of the year. Days of meaning and purpose can make all the difference

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Connor Watson
Connor Watson

Perhaps a total of 6 important dates would be enough. Maybe 8, but I like the idea of only one every two months give or take.

Ian Myers
Ian Myers

The 9th of Av!

"Tisha B'Av is an annual fast day in Judaism, on which a number of disasters in Jewish history occurred, primarily the destruction of both Solomon's Temple by the Neo-Babylonian Empire and the Second Temple by the Roman Empire in Jerusalem."
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tisha_B'Av

Isaac Clark
Isaac Clark

Don't forget slaneeshmas
That one week a year where we all stop arguing and celebrate what unites us all

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Kayden Phillips
Kayden Phillips

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Jason Thompson
Jason Thompson

9th of November: the Great One mobilizes / Juden get their fair share of glass
30th of January: the Great One takes over
1st of May: the Great One and the people celebrate Labor and Work

Hudson Jones
Hudson Jones

celebrating may day

Jace Foster
Jace Foster

Remember the Alamo.
3/6/1836

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Joseph Evans
Joseph Evans

That’s a fucking lock right there 3/6, 4/20, 7/4, and 12/8 is what we have so far

Juan Evans
Juan Evans

Hitler made labor day a paid holiday in Germany. There is nothing wrong with celebrating the achievements of the worker.

Luis Williams
Luis Williams

Relevant only to yankee doodle filth

Cooper Stewart
Cooper Stewart

Bullshit mang, The Alamo is a story about men more than anything

Evan Russell
Evan Russell

No its a very american story about americans.
You think it means shit to anyone outside the USA?

Elijah Bell
Elijah Bell

29 May 1453
The fall of Constantinople, and resultant birth of the Renaissance.
Going to see if I can get one of my sons named Loukas.

Charles Bennett
Charles Bennett

Eurocuckolds don't care about holding onto territory to protect their innocent trade caravans and cattle drivers from being murdered by subhumans

So you admit national defense is not something you are capable of? I think /oven/index.html is more your speed.

Brayden Kelly
Brayden Kelly

3/6, 4/20, 5/29, 7/4, 12/8

Those are fucking locked in as 5 out of 6

We just need one more day Zig Forums. Though it definitely should be between September - November

Asher Gomez
Asher Gomez

Its quite clear 3/15 would fit in there perfectly

Christopher Scott
Christopher Scott

That user was right, it was already an established holiday in Germany created by you know who and Hitler did his best to salvage it to a less kosher version. Of course, there is nothing wrong with celebrating the nation's workers, but don't play dumb, we both know that the May 1 version of this holiday is not simply that, it was commie agitprop from its very inception. In a perfect world May Day would be abolished and the workers will be celebrated on a different better day more linked to the foundational roots of the nation, for example, some time around the country's national day would be a good time for it.

Nathaniel Brooks
Nathaniel Brooks

Then the alternative indeed could be 30th of January. Or 24th of February, whatever other national-socialists deem more deceisive or important.

Joseph Harris
Joseph Harris

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Nolan Wood
Nolan Wood

The 19th of April, due to what happened in '93

Ian Stewart
Ian Stewart

I'm not an American and Alamo is an example of something marvellous, an example of defiance of the odds and fighting to the last, back in the time when men were men. Another example is Camerone.

Michael Cox
Michael Cox

August 10th: Day of the Sky King.

Cameron Jackson
Cameron Jackson

Durr. Why that name?
And why are all your dates so important? 4/20 is Hitler's birth but the year was different. I don't know the others, why do they matter?
They're past events, we should not care.
You feel strong with those dates?

Asher Powell
Asher Powell

7/4? Independence Day? Are you fucking kidding me. Read Might is Right "The Declaration of Independence commences by proclaiming an unctuous falsehood, a black, degrading self-evident lie - a lie which no one could possibly believe but a born fool. With insolent effrontery it brazenly proclaims as 'a self-evident truth' that "all men are created equal' and that they are 'endowed ,' by their Creator with certain inalienable rights - rights which it thereupon proceeds to define in chanting phraseology, imbecile and florid as it is false."

Cooper Hernandez
Cooper Hernandez

Labor Day is (((Jerry Lewis Telethon))) weekend in Burgerland. First weekend in September. No communist overtones, mostly it's School Year's Eve.

Connor Richardson
Connor Richardson

Bump. Sky King is Sainthood.

Charles Morgan
Charles Morgan

Gtfo

Jeremiah Rodriguez
Jeremiah Rodriguez

3/15 St. Brenton’s Day