Is The Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

Yesterday I organised my blog and chose a new design for it, so that it is easier to instantly pick a category and navigate around.

By doing so it also gave me an overview over what I gravitate towards when it comes to my writing and it is quite interesting to see how concerned I am about matters that don’t necessarily affect me at this time of writing.

Unless we look at the digital social media world, of course. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if my ridiculous reach on FB has to deal with deliberate censorship, which sucks considering that the social media platform was one of the best marketing tools that we had when it came to my music, now I cannot reach my followers and fans the same way that I could once upon a time. This is not good when you need to alert people of a new release or a brand new music video. It was also possible to have a “conversation” with Facebook representatives “back in the day” since they would respond to messages and complaints.

Whether my limited reach is a result of corporate greed, that inadvertently or intentionally, reduces social mobility and innovation due to power being limited to those who already posses it, or whether it is the result of “wrong think”  I cannot really answer myself – but it is of interest to note that I did experience demonetisation on a couple of YouTube videos last year before this gross mistake was thankfully corrected on YouTube’s end.

After I released a whole bunch of videos from a benefit concert that I did to raise funds for a local church here in England though, I saw a remarkable drop in traffic to my YouTube channel that certainly seemed intentional since I all of a sudden had no comments on any of my content and few views in comparison to how everything has been these last years. It was peculiar to say the least; then it all changed as if though I had been released from “YouTube-prison.”

I have obviously  no interest in anyone sabotaging what I’m doing. To call it evil would be an understatement.

When social media works it makes it possible for creatives and others who are selling products and services to climb whatever ladder that is provided, but it also challenges whatever narratives that “the establishment” want to sell and put out there.

In the last few years there are many who’ve started to mistrust those who govern our systems due to “citizen’s journalism” and “alternative news.”

It also challenges the notion that you need “gate-keepers” in certain professions, you know, gate-keepers like Harvey Weinstein….

The other day I picked up a magazine and ended up asking myself who these people were writing for? I ended up feeling like I was reading something that was completely out of touch, written by one clique for the members of the exact same clique, completely detached from the rest of the world. In other words: it did not speak to me and I was basically wondering which planet these writers and their intended audience were residing on.

It is because of this type of reporting that people like myself thought that Remain and Clinton were a given, only to be shocked when seeing the opposite and how even voting patterns can be. The people I cheered on won, but I had my doubts due to the “artificial, ideological dominance-impression” that is deliberately created.

With the internet and the spread of information established “truths” are being challenged every single day.

Disregarding the digital world, I don’t live in a run-down neighbourhood here in England, nor do I live in the U.S.A., which means that I could simply ignore what is happening in this country and around the world.

If you don’t like something then shouldn’t you try to fix it? Well what if you don’t have the power to? And if you don’t have the influence to fix what’s broken will you not only sour your own mood by obsessing over what you cannot alter?

It is of course silly to assume that your part of a territory won’t dramatically change, especially when it is everywhere else. But my personal experience in this moment of time, is thankfully reserved to observations when travelling from one bubble to another, or by aligning my previous experiences with what others are reporting.

Meaning: I know that the current turbulence in the U.S.A. is factual since I’ve lived over there in the past and now see a worsening in a tribalism and dissonance that I was exposed to back then. The same can be said of the territory that I belong to and live in: Europe. I also know that the stories coming out of South Africa are true, due to hearing the same narratives recounted by people I’ve met in the flesh, who live and come from that part of the globe.

Obviously I would never worsen my situation deliberately in order to stand in solidarity with whomever since I’m very happy with my surroundings indeed, meaning that I cannot really picture myself moving back into a “Southside Chicago” scenario voluntarily in order to “share in the suffering,” I’m glad that I got away from such a place to put it that way, yet it is peculiar that some members of the human species, myself included, can become so emotionally entangled in suffering that isn’t necessarily theirs.

I cried after one of the terrorist attacks over here in England last year, even though I didn’t know any of the individuals who had been affected … and even though I wouldn’t have much interest in going to that part of the country, unless forced to due to work.

It is a strange aspect of us humans that even though we could be perfectly content when focusing on ourselves and our own endeavours, we start shifting our thoughts towards “starving kids in Africa” or “deforestation in Latin America,” lamenting the terrible state of affairs due to abused dogs in Asia and sexual violence towards women in the Middle East.

It is of particular interest when considering that internal diversity within the territory that you live in, might put you into a state of mind where you cannot quite relate to some of your fellow country men and women.

I deeply regret that I was exposed to the “East-side” of Oslo, just to pick one example, and was very grateful that my stay there didn’t even amount to a full year.

When driving to a completely different part of England due a medical appointment I was horrified at the area and how it looked like. It certainly made me even more grateful to live where I currently do as I would certainly not be interested in swapping with anyone.

At least my concerns are largely directed towards those who live in the same part of the world that I live in whereas “establishment stars” gravitate mainly if not only towards global problems, that make them look very hypocritical considering the suffering that takes place on the door steps of Beverly Hills.

I certainly took note last time I lived in the U.S.A. and knew about the rampant poverty in  L.A. yet saw the “telethon” that American celebrities took part in in order to raise money for Haiti. The irony was certainly not lost on me when I read about American celebrities starving themselves on the Southern border, while showing no concern for their fellow country men, or Lily Allen crying in Callais but not crying for England, but rather stating her embarrassment over being English, much like Madonna apologising for being American.

Yet I myself, worry about all sorts of issues that aren’t mine right now, which can clearly be seen on this blog.

If anything it can be said that we humans are funny.

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The Slippery Slope Of Religious Liberty.

Where do you draw the line if you officially support “normlessness” since everything and anything is just as “valuable”?

The concept of a “non-society” without identity due to “meme-flooding” is something that I briefly touched upon in an older entry of mine where I wrote about an article concerning the LGBTQ rainbow flag.

I translated an article from Norwegian to English where a man explained that the flag symbolises that “anything goes” and that there is no “template” for what constitutes a “normal” relationship; he argued that the activists behind this flag seek to profoundly deconstruct the “nuclear family” and a “functional society” by making traditional families seem “abnormal” and/or equal in status to all other relationship configurations.

Interesting viewpoints indeed; especially since I had no idea what the rainbow flag truly represented. I thought that the activism was/is about gay couples living together without being thrown into prison or killed. I thought that the idea was that couples would be allowed to live free from persecution; funny    enough I have never read much or been properly exposed to the so-called “LGBTQ” or gay-lifestyle, so I voiced my support for something that I hadn’t really researched or knew anything about, all in the name of “being nice” and supporting “dignity of life,” “human rights,” and “respect for others.”

That is of course very interesting when looking at how the LGBTQ advocacy has played out. I never expected that we would get to a point where normal “make-believe” between children will (or can) make grown-ups wonder if the child is actually acting out “their real identity.” A child dressing up does not mean that the child is subconsciously “transgender,” I do believe that this is a very unusual and certainly abnormal configuration, yet “transgenderism” is now so “huge” that one would believe that everyone falls into this peculiar category.

The whole idea that bathrooms shouldn’t be divided either and that men can all of a sudden appear out of nowhere in a “Ladies room,” is bizarre and in my opinion an “infringement” upon women’s rights. Yet here we are.

I’ve read stories about children being taken away from their parents by the authorities, only to be placed in the care of gay-couples or Muslim couples, something that has obviously enraged the biological parents not interested in their children being exposed to an “alternative lifestyle” or the Muslim faith.

Yet in a society where anything goes, and everything is just as worthy; how can you argue that it is wrong?

Isn’t that your “subjective” opinion?

Because that is precisely the argument that will be used against you if you disagree or question any of this, and if you are lucky, the argument will be supported by cleverly (or foolishly) worded legislation.

Slippery slopes when it comes to “laws & rules” is another topic that I’ve also mentioned; since everything can go over-board in a spectacular fashion if no specifics are given! This “obscure” communication-method where abstraction is used to such an extent that the wording can be perceived in a myriad of ways is a ticking bomb that can be abused without measure.

This “fog-talk” and “normlessness” truly places a Nation in an awkward situation since:

  1. shared ancestry as a defining feature of your identity is fought against by flooding your territory with other population groups; eventually creating a situation of a “No-Nation” or basically a “Multi-Nation-Without-Any-Framework-Nation,” since multiple cultures will all be pulling in separate directions.
  2. religion as a unifying factor will be obliterated since any belief system is just as valuable as all others, setting the stage for never-ending competition and countless arguments, further dismantling internal unity and identity.
  3. relationships resulting in children is discouraged, meaning that there will be no future for your Nation and/or that your demographics will become so bad that your children will be forced into a situation where they’ll be surrounded by other tribes and will have to fight themselves out of this compromised situation to ensure their own survival.
  4. women and men are just the same; if women don’t “grow a pair” they are crap and if men aren’t “effeminate” they are crap too.
  5. you cannot have an operational and functional defence since you can never truly name your enemy; nor can you launch an efficient criminal investigation, since having an official suspect would be very offensive to anybody else who would belong to that specific group. How can you say that demographic such and such is a greater threat or pose a greater problem than population group this and that?
  6. the war on terror will be eternal, since the meaning of the word “terrorist” can constantly be altered. Your friend today is your enemy tomorrow and there is no end in sight when it comes to the fight.
  7. you cannot be honest in any field of research, which means that you’ll be bypassed by all of your competitors.

In other words: your Nation will be crushed.

Here is the video that inspired me to write these words:

America’s Cultural Legacy, Division in the U.S.A., Morality vs. Strategy & Dumb White People.

Today I started off my day by reading celebrity statements from angry American stars, obviously yearning for some sort of revolution over in the U.S.A.

None of these characters ever formulate what they imagine will happen if total collapse ensues in said country. Which is something one certainly should think about if promoting and crying for war and destabilisation. Nor does it seem to me that they contemplate the possible source of America’s tremendous internal division. Nor do they suggest ways in which to fix it….

I’ve seen  for myself the fragmentation and tribalism across the pond and this is a most worrying issue. America depends on its citizens to leave their old alliances behind and literally pledge allegiance to their new country of residency if America is to work! America cannot afford to have separate population groups singing their own National Anthems, or population groups advocating solely and exclusively for their own group. America cannot afford ancestry worship in the long run, since they need Americans to see themselves as Americans 1st, which means that Americans have to mentally separate themselves from their country and culture of origin.

I think the main issue is that American values; (the constitution, the founding fathers, the American flag, the American Anthem, etc,) are seen as White-American values, rather than America being seen as an Anglo-Saxon construct where a hand has been stretched out to other tribes and where doors have been opened to facilitate racial integration and unity. 

This is a great shame because it means that unity can only happen if one “sells out” or that unity can only happen if “the old order” is destroyed, since America as we’ve come to know it signifies oppression in the eyes of enough people. This means that there are forces at work who want to topple the whole thing and who will never be interested in walking through the doors that have been left open, nor to shake that hand which has been left outstretched.

While America has its share of internal political and cultural problems, they cannot afford large hordes of people settling in who don’t even bother to learn English, unless Afro-Americans, Euro-Americans, (and once again) Native-Americans want to see themselves squeezed out and marginalised, much like whites originally marginalised Native tribes in order to win the territory that we today refer to as America………..

Racial anxiety will probably shoot through the roof when the baby-boomers all of a sudden vanish. That will probably be the moment when a great deal of White Americans (and Afro-Americans) start freaking out big time since their birth rates, (much like European birth rates), aren’t that great. This drop, that is already becoming noticeable in certain States, is being widely celebrated by liberal Whites who cannot wait to be in a minority position. Apparently they assume that they will be respected if the tables are completely turned. Nobody ever really mention how Afro-Americans are being squeezed out in some areas as well, nor does anyone bother to contemplate whether some of their gang-culture has to do with protection and retaliation towards other gangs and groups infringing upon “their territory” and “their interests”….*cough**cough* Latino gangs anyone?

If people are serious about Afro-American communities in the U.S.A. there are certain changes that has to happen. I remember how elderly Afro-Americans were very much upset about the cultural glorification of the gang-culture in Urban America. Not only were they embarrassed at how Afro-Americans were being portrayed, they were also upset about the potential influence on young people. In this they are very right. It is an outrage that “gangsta-culture” is promoted to such an extent rather than focusing on successful Afro-American individuals, who’ve made a life for themselves, without selling drugs on the streets to other Afro-Americans. It is particularly macabre, when taking into consideration that those who suffer the most at the hands of Afro-American gang crime are other Afro-Americans. Peddling false narratives, lying to young Afro-Americans in order to continue race-hostilities doesn’t help matters either. How can you ever get any bridges built if young Afro-Americans are led to believe that White Americans invented slavery out of nowhere and jumped out of the woodwork in Africa to enslave the Black Man, since they were envious of their Wakanda and technological superiority?

There have been African empires, Ethiopia is one example, but the narrative that is being sold, is not one where African tribes sold other African tribes to the white man, nor are the Arabs ever mentioned, nor is African Ethnic Diversity mentioned. No. Sub-Saharan Africans were actually the Egyptians, and the White Man just came to Africa one day, and destroyed Egypt, that apparently is located in Sub-Sahara Africa, so that the White Man could finally settle his envy, and teach the snotty Black Man some sort of lesson…..

You don’t believe me? Well then go ahead and expose yourself to this kind of nonsense yourself.

Of course, not all, that would be a false thing to suggest, a false one indeed, but you don’t need all Afro-Americans to believe in these things for them to have a negative, cultural effect!

Slavery existed long before the TransAtlantic Slave Trade. For all I know maybe I have a slave as my ancestor somewhere since the Vikings took prisoners and engaged in the trading of slaves. Something that I didn’t know of until I made my “Viking Video,” which can be seen on my YouTube.

In fact, European tribes have been enslaved in the past by other European tribes, due to war, the same can be said of Africa, the Middle East and I’m assuming Asia as well (why would they be the exception to the rule?).

Whenever there are victorious Nations, there will obviously be losers. Norway as a Nation has been a loser. In fact I don’t understand why Afro-Americans have to water the plant of falsehood in order to feel better about themselves. Focus on what you can do as an individual and look at other successful individuals, from your own tribe and from other tribes. There is no need to steal and culturally appropriate other Nation’s success stories.

There is a time for grief and there is a time to move on.

And the time to move on is now if Americans are truly concerned about their Union!!!!!!  

If there are forces out there who feel clever about the ghettos and no-go-zones in America, then they will find themselves disappointed, as the crime in these areas spread and expand. Eventually you will not be safe regardless of where you might find yourself, which is why these issues have to be solved. 

What is interesting to note, when observing America’s angry celebrities, is that none of these eloquent soldiers of chaos are outspoken supporters of American Heritage, History and/or culture. What were their thoughts during the statue debate? Have any of these characters used their platform and star-power to promote America’s cultural legacy? Even though it would naturally pale to Europe’s due to America’s very young age, they are still old enough to have buildings, statues and sites of historical importance and value. They also have their share of writers, modern composers, and have been especially influential in terms of “the Golden age of Hollywood” and/or musicals (just think Disney). American culture exists, even though Europeans might not agree because it isn’t old or classic enough….

If American culture exists, which it does, it ought to be protected, and who can possibly be better advocates for American cultural legacy than its performers and artists?

Apparently they have no interest in such things, probably because a great deal of American celebrities aren’t technically equipped to handle even the most basic musical repertoire….

There. I said it.

They evidently have no concern nor “skin in the game” when it comes to American culture, nor is their modern contribution that spectacular (in most cases). In other words, a great number of these American stars aren’t really that great. What makes them great is their fame and that’s about it.

When looking at the academia, the student movements, the celebrities and the media it wouldn’t surprise me at all if we are to witness a Winter Palace moment in the U.S.A. It is wrong to believe that a majority is needed for a revolution to take place. You need the right people and you need patronage, something that the American opposition has since establishment politicians and advocacy groups openly endorse and promote the hostilities.

The boosting of the economy and the creation of jobs might help, but America’s challenges are deep, and cultural as well. 

Morality vs. Strategy.

Just like the distinction between street level diversity vs. elitist diversity is never mentioned by those who govern at all, they also fail to address the complex balance of morality and strategic interest…

A good and easy example is this:

If you are a Christian you are supposed to help your brothers and sisters in Christ. These brothers and sisters could be anyone, living anywhere in the world. Christians are widely persecuted so it makes sense that they should receive support from fellow Christians.

But a dilemma naturally presents itself…

1- “I’ll get involved with charity in Africa. I will do my best to use my energy on collecting goods for African Christians. I will not raise money for the unfortunate in my own territory, I will help African tribes instead, sending them medication and money if I’m wealthy enough. They believe in God, I strongly dislike our degenerate society, so I will side with those who have healthy and strong values. Take that silly Europe!

2- Over population becomes an issue in Africa. People start moving North in order to go where all the goods came from. They are now great in numbers due to Northern charity efforts and start pushing into your territory, compromising the safety and integrity of your own habitat. Crime levels explode, integration fails, and suddenly you find yourself a stranger in your own territory.

Which one would you choose: your fellow country men and neighbours or people of the faith regardless of where they might come from?

Or simply put: what comes first to you and what is most important? Race or faith/ideology?

You do not need a more complex example than this. Sadly we have leaders in our part of the world who never really take the time to explain the battle between what is good in  the moment and what might be better in the long run.

It might be an idea to address this and explain this to the population since it could reduce some of the hatred directed towards politicians and decision makers.

Retarded White People.

So today I saw this in my Twitter feed:

BBC being silly

Needless to say I commented on this.

If you want to eradicate Whites then this type of argument is sensible. I just happen to be white and live in Europe, which is the only territory that rightfully belongs to the so-called “Evil White Man” because this is where the “Evil White Man” comes from … the idea that we should have no borders while having no children is nothing short of insane.

I wasn’t really aware of how bad our situation is until last year when I was ill and had plenty of time on my hands to read and think.

Nobody ever sat me down and explained to me the National importance of marriage and children, quite on the contrary I was told to do my own thing and have a career.

When I was a tween the Defence Department in the country where I lived decided to use little girls magazines to recruit young girls to go out and fight, rather than to promote children and family life.

Ever since I started receiving mainstream exposure for my work as an artist I’ve been hailed as a fabulous female role model, since I’m a shred/virtuoso guitarist and since I initially started out in the male-dominated realm of heavy metal, contributing to the genre as a creative artist and kicking ass technically.

If young women in the U.S.A., Russia and/or Europe follow my example there will be no future for any of those territories since I’ve never been married and have no kids.

I’m still a fantastic role-model though apparently, or maybe not anymore, since I’ve realised how dangerous our culture actually is.

I guess that makes me a douchebag instead. Yeah probably.

 

Good People vs. Bad People.

I came across this terrible article regarding pedophilia the other day: http://medicalkidnap.com/2018/06/08/thousands-of-children-in-the-uk-foster-care-system-are-being-sold-to-pedophile-rings/

And just watched this disturbing documentary, that I found as part of this article (I just need to add that I don’t agree with the conspiracy-theories described in some of these very oddly written articles, but the video below is a very interesting watch indeed): http://www.childrenscreamingtobeheard.com/paedophiles-always-protected-children-safe/#prettyPhoto

I’ve mentioned Pedophilia and abuse of children in previous entries here on my blog. The disturbing aspect of it is that it can be rather difficult to report on these type of incidents due to lack of proper evidence. In a previous entry I wrote about the organised infringement on children enrolled in a public school I attended down in Italy. I did not experience anything strange myself, but I had friends who did.

It would seem rather mental if I phoned up old friends that I haven’t seen or spoken to in 16-17 years, asking “Hey what’s up? Want to talk about that time you were molested? Feel like going public? Feel like reporting this? I hope I haven’t traumatized you by bringing up these uncomfortable experiences again after all this time! Have a nice evening!” I’m sure an approach like that would be very much welcomed……

The issue is that kids don’t feel like they will be believed. So children speak amongst themselves, and then it stops there. I’m also suspecting that children are even less likely to speak up if trust has been broken with adults/superiors at an early stage, due to abuse.

It is very sad and troubling indeed. 😦

I watched a horrendous documentary some time ago where Europeans were travelling to Asia in order to take advantage of impoverished Asian kids. A nasty business where a vigilante group of former investigators from Australia were on the case, aided by a priest, who had opened up a school/orphanage for previously trafficked children. (One can certainly wonder why such evil exists in the first place…)

Trust is the issue when it comes to reporting, especially if trust is eroded  when it comes to those who are supposed to deliver justice. When those who are supposed to uphold the truth and nothing but the truth, go against their moral obligation, then don’t expect much collaboration from potential witnesses and/or the general population. Nor can it be expected that such institutions will stand for ever. It will all eventually eat itself just like an unhealthy culture.

Corruption is disgusting, and yet so prevalent. Where on earth do you find people honest enough to do internal affairs properly?

People of faith are very much troubled in our part of the world by low attendance numbers and the crumbling state of spiritual-affairs. I on the other hand have become very much optimistic as of late, because as I said above – true dysfunction devours itself. It cannot be avoided. The more decrepit and obscene our culture becomes, the greater is the chance that people will just reject the whole package all together, and seek out true, solid values.

I fail to see how justice can be restored unless such a change occurs … why would you be honest and do and produce honest work if the opposite constantly gets rewarded? Especially if you feel like a God yourself and have no fear for supernatural forces.

If you are spiritual and believe in God, then you will believe that your soul has been profoundly scanned by a superior celestial being, who can access your memory and whereabouts at any given moment. That will certainly function like a shield towards whatever awkward myths mere mortals might want to believe in when it comes to you, because ultimately you will know that you have truth on your side if you speak truthfully and that God will know.

We humans are not as impressive as we like to think; I guess that might come as a shock to some.

Who Can You Trust? When You Are Such An Internet-Autist That It Is Not Even Funny.

Of course I disagree with evil destabilisation plans, replacement migration into Europe or the U.S.A. etc; but whenever I come across Nazis (& then I mean real Nazis) online (because this is apparently where they hide) I’m amazed at how they take racial solidarity for granted … There have been many examples of white people betraying other white people, even aiding those who detest and loathe Western culture. One can certainly wonder when the people of The West will come together in order to do something that is beneficial to all, the same can be said of the African continent that has been (and is) plagued by inter-ethnic disputes and other parts of the world experiencing the same problems. Maybe I’m too obsessed with people getting the details right, and things being accurate, it must be easy to just fall into one box and stay there.

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The Downward Spiral Of Curiosity & Honesty.

This evening I decided to re-read my 1st blog book “Thoughts” which can be purchased right here: My Book.

It is of interest that typos found their way into the final product even when I read through the blog entries several times, in addition to using a grammar tool. It is my experience so far that the tech we have at our disposal hasn’t caught up yet. I often see that mistakes make their way into my final published entries and I see this with articles published by mainstream major media outlets as well.

I’ve decided to let my mistakes stand though as a testimony to my own humanity and fallibility. Hopefully I’ll publish something typo-free next time around with better grammar. In my own defence: English is my 4th language! 😮

The reason as to why I decided to read through my book this evening was to double-check and police myself. At the end of last year I started freaking out a bit when I received a spooky comment on one of my entries regarding radical Islam in Europe. In addition to this I re-lived the sort of social-media strangeness that I first experienced back in 2015. Wondering if I had caught the attention of someone dangerous I set a number of my entries to Private, but when things calmed down I later went on to publish them as a book. After looking at them again now I don’t necessarily see any controversy, unless one chooses to be in denial over how things are playing out politically for the various Nations of Europe.

It is of interest that my 1st political entry published in early 2016 was written from a completely secularist perspective, certainly aligned with the Europe of today – if one is opposed to imported extremism that is.

Fast forward to November the 19th in the same year and I’m openly contemplating whether it was a grave mistake to destroy Christianity within our continent as it was evidently starting to dawn on me that our values are not competitive.

It becomes obvious when looking at the entries that I’m describing a decaying social construct and a governing elite mistrusted by their own people due to a widening gap between those who lead and those who follow…

When observing small acts of kindness and respect from the current leadership in the U.S.A. towards their American voters (something that is never really reported on in the mainstream media press) you see an effort in place to ensure that “the people” (regardless of how abstract the definition of “the people” is) don’t feel forgotten by those who govern!

President Donald J. Trump shaking the hand of every single Navy Graduate at the graduation ceremony for the U.S. Naval Academy class of 2018; represents great leadership since these type of acts make those who work for you feel valued. Those who were there will probably never forget it; it is also suitable that one should look those in the eye that one might send out into war one day. It is the lack of such acts, just to pick an example, that can potentially create distance, resentment, and eventually loathing, towards those who are in charge….

It is important to make people feel that they are being taken seriously and that they are at least listened to.

In my entries it is obvious that the gap between reality and the fiction sold by the political-correctness brigade just keeps on widening, and that the people are aware and notice, fuelling underneath the build up of total fury.

I hardly mention U.S. politics in my book at all, since this was obviously not on my radar at the time.

Seeing the blog entries now gives me the chills since what I describe is a crumbling Europe, where certain demographic groups have been planted into every single European Nation, which surely looks like a deliberate act of long-term de-stabilization. 

I address the symptoms of continental illness, but without rudeness, I make the distinction between the moderate and the extreme. That being said; the fixation that naturally ensues when one knows what the truth is and pursue this truth further, is not a healthy endeavour. I’m amazed I haven’t had an aneurysm yet, because heavens knows: the current predicament of Europe makes me sick!

The reason as to why people become entangled in this obsession, is because people know that their concerns are legitimate and right. They keep on going and going and going and going, not necessarily out of ill will but because they know that they are speaking the truth and that matters will only get worse, much worse, if nothing gets done.

The irony of course is that something can only be done by those who have the power to do so, the question is whether there is a willingness, and that is where the division between “the people” and those who decide kicks in, not to forget that an unwillingness to act will probably give birth to competing entities that bypass established institutions….

An incredulous political vision is being pursued in Europe today; and I hope that the emergence of bold, conservative leaders will give us a much-needed shift before a peaceful re-setting will be out of reach.

The wider the gap gets, the more troubling is our future.