This happened today! I hope the same will happen over here in Europe. One can hope:
In June this year a high school student over in the USA managed to get hold of the phone number of Defence Secretary Mattis, he then decided to send the man a message asking for an interview and funny enough he received a reply. This is an interesting read: http://mihsislander.org/2017/06/full-transcript-james-mattis-interview/
I’m also including a couple of reading lists. Ever since I read “The Art Of War” earlier this year I’ve realised that it is a massive drawback that the militant aspects of history is downplayed in terms of general education and popular culture. I’m probably one of few millennials to have experienced a school system promoting a classical-western-education platform – even though I obviously need to brush up on my philosophy and history after years of neglect. I also had the great privilege of growing up in a family possessing a very beautiful and well-stocked library, but I was little back then. Hopefully I’ll get my hands on some of these at one point: http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/201/great_books_etexts.html
I’m including this list as well since Mattis has mentioned it in several interviews. I had never heard of this before: https://www.usmcofficer.com/marine-corps-knowledge/commandants-reading-list/
An article entitled “Harvard Law Professor: ‘White Liberal College Graduates’ Are ‘the Least Tolerant” is very interesting. I’ve seen how I’ve lost some followers when I’ve been liking conservative posts and I’ve actually been accused of bigotry myself due to what I retweeted after the most recent terrorist attack in London. There is very little tolerance from those on the left and this is greatly disturbing since these people don’t even bother to ask questions. All you get is either an accusation (read name-calling) or you’ll see that you’ve lost some followers or that someone has simply unfriended you. After expressing joy over Trump’s victory over in the USA I received a message from a well-meaning friend encouraging me to stay quiet as many people had been so hurt by Trump’s victory. I wonder how those on the left would react if those on the right behaved in the exact same way? I don’t think I have anyone on my friends list who likes the Trump administration, at least not openly. Yet it is said that Generation Z is more conservative in their views. I certainly hope so as ethnomasochism, anti-Americanism, anti-Europeanism or anti-western attitudes are terrible for our various nations. As a millennial I feel like a minority at this point.
On May the 14th this year I posted this text along with a picture on my Instagram: “If you have the resources or know someone who has the power to make things happen, then please help English churches that are falling apart due to lack of funds, etc; This is a country with a rich history, please help by either spreading the word or contributing, so that we can protect the heritage & integrity of this great nation. I’ve also included a map depicting where persecution of Christians is most common, let’s stand in solidarity with those who are killed, imprisoned & silenced in the name of Islam & Communism.”
An older male who’s been a fan of me for years wrote in the comment section that my views were disturbing. Sadly I deleted this, I should have let it stand or taken a screen shot of it. I honestly fail to see why it is disturbing to protect ones cultural heritage or country or why it is wrong to post the picture of a map depicting hot spots for Christian persecution in the world?
Why on earth is this wrong? Why is it wrong to protect oneself? Why is it wrong to warn others?
To read the article I referred to further up, click on this: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/07/22/harvard-law-prof-white-liberal-college-graduates-least-tolerant/
Behold Christine Teigen acting like a fool. If you are going to criticise someone then please explain why you are doing so. I’ve tweeted that Merkel is treacherous, why? Well due to her inviting a whole bunch of potential terrorists into the EU, not to forget that it is too expensive for our nations anyway. Europe does not look good from a street level. Our continent is being fundamentally transformed. A leader should run around and be proud of their country, I’ve seen footage of Merkel refusing to wave the German flag. What is that all about? If she wants to change Germany then fine, but don’t come here and throw the rest of us into the abyss. Replacement migration is not ok. When you are a leader you have to put your country and your people first and then keep the peace with your neighbours. Why do those on the left attack European cultures and ethnic Europeans????? I think I have a good reason for tweeting about my dislike for Merkel. Here you got Teigen trolling the president of the USA:
You can read the whole story here: http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/07/25/trump-blocks-model-chrissy-teigen-on-twitter-after-near-decade-of-hate/
I honestly think that Merkel is dubious. We are having serious issues over here. The internationally broadcasted terrorist attacks are just the tip of the iceberg. It might look silly to tweet something like this; but European populations are facing brand new problems we’ve never dealt with before. And it is not just one country or one isolated area, it is everywhere.
While reading an entertaining article written by a mother advising her son not to marry a feminist, an article about “fierceness” as promoted by feminists activists caught my attention. This is particularly interesting to me since I’ve been thinking about this an awful lot myself. The article I’ve pasted in below link to an article written by David French over at the National Review called “Feminism Has A Ferocity Problem.” Read this: https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/04/21/why-is-feminism-so-insistent-that-women-be-fierce/ & http://www.nationalreview.com/article/446881/feminist-intolerance-traditional-roles-are-shunned-and-devalued
To end this rather short entry of mine; this one is called “Always on the Move: How Residential Mobility Impacts Our Well-Being” published by a site I certainly like the name of: “The Inquisitive Mind.” Since there’s been so much talk about the negative implications of moving I decided to read some articles about the topic. It was not very flattering what I found in terms of the long-term effects on kids but it was nonetheless interesting. Read this: http://www.in-mind.org/article/always-on-the-move-how-residential-mobility-impacts-our-well-being