“Last Seen Wearing” by Colin Dexter

Since it is taking me forever to finish my blog books I decided that I could might as well get back to releasing content on this blog. Hopefully I’ll release my books this year, that is the plan anyway…

If you want to purchase the books that I’m reading and reviewing then you can simply go to my Amazon storefront right here: Here Is My Current Reading List!

The first book up on my revamped blog is Colin Dexter’s “Last Seen Wearing”.

 Personally I’m not a huge fan of crime novels but Dexter’s books are by many seen as crime-classics so I guess it was just a matter of time before I started reading them.

People who are living (or have lived in the UK) will instantly fall in love with the familiarity of the scenery. I liked the work straight away myself due to this. Dexter’s imagination is fascinating to follow as Morse comes up with a gazillion different theories for what must have happened to the victim. The reader ends up being convinced that so-and-so occurred only for the story to turn in a completely different direction. It is a page turner that will leave you reading non-stop until you are done.

In terms of the language and the vocabulary used it is typical for intellectuals and people with degrees to express themselves in such a fashion. The by now mandatory references to the classics are also there; this appears to be a standard and it can in many ways be seen as a way for “the learned” to flag to the rest of the world that is what they are. It will of course also lead to a very obvious follow up question: what about more obscure cultural contributions in Europe? Why are we always mentioning the same few names and the same few works?

I wouldn’t really call Colin Dexter’s writing for  “mainstream” because it isn’t simplified enough to fall into that category, yet he has sold an impressive amount of books and (as most in the UK probably already know) the Morse television series has been one of the greatest successes on British TV, also leading to a spin-off series about Morse’s sidekick Lewis.

People who love books, everything English, organic food, art, and weird wine from obscure places, will love to be seen reading this work; especially if they get the opportunity to discuss it with likeminded individuals afterwards.

Buy the book here: “Last Seen Wearing” by Colin Dexter.*

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AI not working as intended

Welcome to hell! Maybe an eco-apocalypse wouldn’t be so bad after all!

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As we have previously covered, there has been a push in recent times for social media companies to censor posts containing offensive remarks, Fake News, Russian bots, or slowed down videos of Nancy Pelosi. Social media companies have been dumb enough to along with this demand (mostly because the people who run them are also the kinds of people who think social media companies should censor more,) but as a practical matter, they are of course incapable of reading and evaluating every post that comes their way.

So these companies need algorithms to trawl their millions of posts for offensive content.

Unfortunately (for someone) any AI trained on things that people actually find offensive will censor things the Woke don’t want censored:

On LGBTQ pride month, we share some of the main findings of our research looking at the impacts of Artificial Intelligence on LGBTQ speech. Our goal…

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How To Communicate With “The People”.

What do political parties do when they are running a campaign?

  1. They write an extensive Manifesto covering all major industries within their territories, taxation and all public services such as: healthcare, education, justice, military, infrastructure, etc;
  2. They make said manifesto available for free online so that anyone can read it which is a safe bet, since most will never bother to read a party’s political program…
  3. … the party will summarise their standpoints by making simple slogans that will be broadcasted far and wide (they might also use memes)…
  4. … the party will pick a charismatic leader who can pull off superficial interviews and generalised debates….
  5. … while reading speeches written by other people….

What will a political party that is doomed to fail do?

  1. Write an extensive Manifesto and constantly assume that people have read it or will read it.
  2. Never use slogans and rely on facts rather than appealing to emotions.
  3. Get an uncharismatic leader who is mumbling about whatever topics. The person might be competent but people will probably not see it.
  4. Rather than telling people how great the masses are or how superior their country is, tell everyone that humanity sucks and that there is no hope.

How do people promote The Bible on the internet?

  1. By quoting very few words at a time, completely out of context.

How do idiots promote The Bible on the internet?

  1. By writing giga-entries analysing said text, even comparing it to other religious works.

What do stupid militant activists do?

  1. Write a gigantic Manifesto (that almost nobody will ever read) citing everything that the individual hates about whatever “current” political order.
  2. Commit an act of violence (without having a well-thought out long-term plan), in order to get attention for said cause, only for the media and “the people” to be mesmerised by the violent action which will completely eclipse whatever message that was behind the action…
  3. End up behind bars or killed by the very political establishment that they hated.

What do smart militant activists do?

  1. Have a plan.
  2. Get organised.
  3. Be patient.
  4. Condemn “the enemy” when the time is right.
  5. Be persistent.
  6. If successful you’ll be crowned a hero, your “declaration of independence” will end up in a museum, if you are not successful you’ll be branded a terrorist and whatever “declaration of independence” you wrote will be forgotten.

What do stupid opinion writers on the internet do?

  1. Write high-information content that will never be read nor understood by the general population….
  2. … go into arguments with people who just don’t understand what they’ve actually been reading…
  3. … fail to understand that there is no capacity to understand due to projection…
  4. … keep on writing about unpopular topics rather then shifting towards “trending topics”…
  5. … never make things simple.

What do smart opinion writers on the internet do?

  1. Write nothing.
  2. Write so-called “fiction.”

Blessed are the arrogant ones for they will use simplified language and basic persuasion that will worryingly appeal to the masses.

Those who will take offence to this are those who consider themselves to be part of “the people” when they in truth are not.

We’ve come to think of elites as financial elites exclusively which is a dangerous and misguided assumption.

Rather it would be more correct to think of elites as something that springs up in every profession and industry regardless of the income level.

This explains the behaviour of those who get insulted. They fail to see that they fall in-between the ever unspecified “masses” and the “establishment” whatever that might be.

Ultimately the establishment and the opposition fight over who can exert the most amount of influence over the “masses” and use “the mob” for their own advantage.

On smaller scale: if you are trying to sell something, especially something that you’ve written, you have to keep it embarrassingly simple.

Rather than writing a proper text arguing a point it is probably better to just use a short quote or a slogan.

 

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The State Wants Your Organs, Immigration, Democracy, Frightened German Politicians & Angry African Tweets.

I’ve seen a dramatic reduction in my readership ever since I gutted my email list in order to be GDPR compliant. Hopefully people will notice that they are not hearing from me anymore and re-subscribe. I feel in many ways like I’m starting my blog anew.

After several years of seeing what has been trending or not on this page I decided that I could might as well launch a “lifestyle channel” on Instagram & YouTube and reduce my written output. However I’ve not been as consistent as I first intended for multiple reasons.

While I was putting together my 2nd blog book I started working on my 1st music industry book instead since I know that several people have voiced an interest for this already.  I’ve been postponing posting any new entries on here until I have finished putting together my books. I also stopped putting out blog videos since quality rather than quantity is important.

I will re-do my GDPR video with some better lighting and with some more updated information, the same thing goes for my Sunday video. I need to find one or two days each month when I can create my content and then space it out if not I’ll just add stress to an already full schedule where I might end up putting out content that is not optimal all in the name of being “consistent.”

Due to my Christian faith I’ve also been thinking about what sort of topics I’m covering since I don’t really want to blast out negativity to my readers and whoever might bump into what I write…

That is easier said than done for the world is in a great deal of turmoil. Just yesterday I was reading about water shortages in Australia, I also read about the gruesome details regarding the concentration camps in China that Muslims (who represent the majority of inmates) are being sent to. This demographic has been offered free health examinations, DNA & blood tests, in addition to ultra-sound of their organs. It is assumed that the Chinese are preparing to harvest organs from targeted religious minorities/groups. The Chinese government are of course denying the allegations while the international court refuse to refer to it as “genocide” for the simple reason (or legal reason) that profit is the official motive for this organ-harvesting…

So if you want to target a demographic for extermination just remember to link it to a profitable activity, then it’s ok because it’s not genocide, only business!!!!

If you need organ donors just criminalise large enough portions of your citizenry and there you go! Easy peasy!

This can in many ways be seen as the culmination of free-healthcare and having a secular well-fare state. From next year every adult who’s been living in the UK for 12 months (whether they are a citizen or not) will automatically be registered as an organ donor. It will become an opt-out system. Needless to say I’ll be opting out, but my opting-out will not only be limited to the NHS….

What’s of interest is that when I sent an email to the local Parish council offering to volunteer my time to help my local community I received a reply that I was not eligible due to Norway’s particular Schengen Agreement with the EU. I’m not allowed to vote in the UK either, but if someone from Africa manages to get into Europe and get an EU citizenship, then that individual can get into the UK, join the police or run for office among other things.

A lot of those politicians who are pro-Brexit are very focused on making it easier for people to come into the UK if they are from commonwealth territories. They are even looking to staff their own military with people who have never even lived in the UK due to the natives here not being motivated to fight for the state system. So in the future it could be easier to get access to UK political institutions and the overall territory if you are from Botswana or Pakistan rather than Poland or Norway … or even England for that matter.

Let that sink in for a moment … Geographical proximity or cultural/ethnic similarities are irrelevant in this day and age…. Welcome to the West!

An equally funny demonstration of absurdity can currently be witnessed over in the USA where the US President has come under fire after condemning hateful statements from four coloured democratic female politicians, suggesting that if they hate America so much then they should go back and fix the countries that they originally came from. The great irony of course is that if America is to be for everyone, and you are a so-called civic-Nationalist nation-of-immigrants, then nothing can be said against political representatives who are voted forth by their constituents; if their agenda is anti-Israel, anti-White-America, anti-whatever, because who is to say what America is or isn’t if America could be anything to anyone?

This is how immigration in combination with current-American-style democracy re-shapes a territory and there is nothing that anyone can say about it without looking like a hypocrite or like a racist. It is especially hilarious if these women received support from “legal immigrants,” because if that’s the case then I guess that demographic changes are irrelevant? It’s all about the paperwork you see!

Diversity is our strength even though diversity isn’t real!

Being focused on legal vs. illegal immigration only makes sense if one is obsessed with the state system itself and keeping this operational, but if that is the argument then the current obesity crisis internally in America is just as important.

You cannot have a welfare state, a national military or establish socialised health-care for everyone if the majority (70%) of your population have a serious weight-issue with all of the other health problems that follow.

What can you expect from a system if the units within it are compromised?

So after living in the UK for 8 years I cannot partake and help this distressed country but the NHS can come and loot my body for organs if I die in a car crash on the right date in 2020. 

This law has officially been passed due to a shortage of organs, I personally find it interesting that the law has come into effect when the NHS is financially collapsing…

Yes it is difficult to not think about the absurdity of these matters.

In other news I read yesterday that Germany is experiencing an increase in violence towards their politicians, which was just a matter of time considering what these people have publicly said and politically done: “if you are German and you don’t want to become a minority in your own country then leave!” Right, so you should become an exile or a refuge because your own politicians have decided that they want a new people. Hmmm … yeah I have no idea why on earth people would get angry….

It would make more sense to send these politicians with a one way ticket to The Middle East or Africa and then they could try to be leaders down there, not that I think that they would survive for long…… They would easily be put down by Muslim war lords or African tribal leaders or any angry member of the general population, they could probably get beaten up by 5 year old African children. The authority of Western leaders hinges on the willingness of state enforcers to enforce their will and do their bidding … so I guess that’s why it is more safe to try political experiments up here….

The German politicians are freaking out saying such eloquent things as: “this is a danger for society” when the truth of course is that they are under threat and that the people or civilians are not necessarily in danger when politicians uttering and supporting radical changes are being targeted…

So they are trying to protect their own political class after basically telling the German people on numerous occasions that they don’t deserve to have their own country anymore. Once again, I have truly no idea why people would get furious….

But I guess making sense is out of fashion in The West these days.

Thank God for Africa Digest who on Twitter are lashing out towards the Chinese, Washington DC and corrupt African political establishments, for if anything their Twitter posts prove that the people of the world are being screwed over by the exact same elite. Those who bomb and destabilise Africa are the same “leaders” who are throwing Europeans and Americans under the bus.

All the nations are under attack.

We are not as alone as we think.

The question is: will enough people realise this?

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Do You Want To Be Deleted?

This is a reminder to those of you who haven’t notified me already that I will be deleting any subscribers here on my blog on the 12th of June who haven’t notified me in writing that they consent to receiving emails from me containing marketing material. 

I’m doing this in order to be GDPR compliant. If you wish to still get my blog entries to your inbox then please let me know by commenting in the comment section below.

I will post one more post like this as a reminder before the 12th of June. You can always re-subscribe if you wish to do so, as you can see I’ve updated the subscribe button on this page. Thanks a lot!

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The Simplicity & Fluidity Of Online Interactions.

*Remember that on the 12th next month I’ll be removing any subscribers from my email list (here on my blog) who have not notified me that they consent to receiving blogs containing marketing material*

Written after the passing of the EU Copyright Directive. 

Yesterday I decided to “clean up” my Instagram by removing any photos that didn’t belong to me or feature me. I removed quotes, article screenshots, memes, news pictures, anything non-commander-in-chief, besides pictures that I’ve taken myself of purchased products and books that I’m reading, or quotes properly attributed to a source.

In many ways I felt like it removed a part of me since humans are multi-dimensional.  The move certainly divorced me from anything outside of my own brand such as world events, etc; A quick glance could easily create the impression that I exist in a vacuum…

Communicating online and interacting with others have become so seamless that sharing news articles, memes, etc; is second nature. After the passing of the EU Copyright Directive however, it can potentially put a great deal of pages in jeopardy.

The great majority of my content is original and promotional in nature, so if anything the memes, the humour and political outbursts made my Instagram seem “less-brandish-and-more-humanish,” since it sporadically broke with the self-promotional pattern, emphasising that: this is a person, a human, not just a “product,” or a robot.

The EU Copyright Directive, if implemented as predicted, will dramatically affect how we Millennials and Generation Zers express ourselves online. If you know how to draw you can more easily make the transition by creating your own memes based on original content, but how will that play out if civilians can’t share it without permission?

I’m certainly not interested in any of my accounts getting into “automated-trouble” so I’ve voluntarily started my own purge.

I predict total furore from the general population if The EU Copyright Directive gets enforced over-night as predicted, let’s see how it will be implemented and how things will play out.

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