We Europeans still have ancient traditions of dressing up as animals going back to the ice age, furries are just a corrupted ancestral blood memory of that time. In some rural places of Europe, you still find these ancient costume traditions that date back to the ice age, to the Wolf & Bear cults. Interestingly enough, wolf and bears are the two animals that are the most frequently mentioned in old European myth and folklore. From Little Red Riding Hood to the founding of Rome itself with Romulus and Remus nursing the she-wolf. The Germanic Berserkirs and Ulfhednar warriors weren't the only ones wearing bear and wolf fur, the Roman also had that custom, though in a more symbolic form in its military. There are many more examples of this to draw from, but as I said, the custom of dressing up as an animal and taking on another form still survives in pockets throughout Europe. The Bulgarian Kukeri, Romanian Bear-Dancers, Alpine Krampus, and Nordic Julebukk are all surviving bits of the same thing.
As for the pics posted, I'll explain the contests a bit.
>In Germanic mythology and tradition, the two holiest animals are the Bear and the Wolf.
>Germanics used to wear bear and wolf fur and had a close symbiotic relationship with both species.
>Carl Jung theorized that Germanics have something he called the "Wotan/Odin switch". Essentially Germanics will go full Barbarian when pushed hard enough.
>He thought the Third Reich and National Socialism were a result of this switch getting activated collectively within the German people.
>Coincidentally bear costumes were a huge fad during the Reich period
>The Bear in the last pic is looking directly at Eva Braun, might even be Hitler himself.
>"Hiter' wouldn't do that"
>Hitler's codename was Wolf
>Wolfsschanze - "Wolf's Lair"
>Werwolf - "Werewolf" guerillas
>Donitz' Rudeltaktik - Reference to wolfpack tactics
>Wolf references everywhere in the Reich.
The second pic is of an Ice Age cave painting, known as The Sorcerer and the pic next to it is of a Bulgarian kukeri.
Surely you can see the similarity there, and it is not the only example of this.
The third pic of the Romanian Bear-dancers.
More examples would just make the list too long, but I think I have made my point. I think furries are just a modern degenerated form of this primal, ancient tradition. The furry fandom is still for the most part made up of whites, and often very intelligent whites at that. Lots of people in the tech sector there as well as talented writers and artists. Culture is produced and it is a subculture that meets and connects regularly, to have fun and enjoy life, and this
exactly what we need to counter the isolation and demoralization agenda of the elites. Of course the same thing can be said for Bronies, but that falls under the term furry I would say.
>But muh degeneracy
I've made threads here before about how the modern theory of sexuality does not conform to the easily observable biological reality. we humans are in part animals with sex drives, and Puritanism will always fail because of this and will only take away the few joys people have to cope with existing in a universe that is indifferent to us. Even Goebbels said this much in his speech essay "More Morality, Less moralism"
>We do not want to abolish pleasure, but rather to let as many as possible share in it. That is why we encourage people to attend the theater, that is why we give workers the opportunity to dress well for festive occasions. That is the reason behind Kraft durch Freude. That is why we shake off the agents of prudish hypocrisy, why we do not allow decent, hard-working people who have every reason to need relief from their hard daily labors, who need to reaffirm life, to recover from the weariness, cares, and burdens of every day, to have their necessary pleasures ruined by the eternal chicanery of these pendants.
If you have ever wondered why a pony board is so based, why bronies produced the most based hearts of Iron 4 mod, and why so many within the fandoms are actually on our site, this is why I think. The other point of the post I would say is this. Meet up with people and find joy in your life. Don't let their demoralization win.