Trump’s UK Visit.

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After influencers have been agitating for months, urging people to go out in the streets to show their hate for the US President, we now see the result! Thank you so much for putting a strain on our law enforcement personnel while advocating for total unrest all over the country. *Insert Sarcasm * I urge any person who might read my blog and follow me to stay safe. I send out my love to the British police today, who are constantly given impossible and difficult tasks to deal with.

This is how they will be accommodated as they try to protect those who protest: Terrible treatment of the UK Police.

The U.S. Embassy is telling Americans to keep a low profile during Trump’s visit. Stay Safe!

 

Some Interesting Articles To Read.

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“Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan, 57, told an interviewer from Milan’s Il Giornale last week that “the phenomenon of so-called “immigration” represents an orchestrated and long-prepared plan by international powers to radically change the Christian and national identities of the European peoples.” (READ THE ARTICLE HERE)

This is the conclusion I’ve reached as well by simply looking at the placement of certain population groups within all of Europe’s Nations. It is obvious that it is a long term de-stabilisation plan by people who hate us to no end. 

I will let other people compile potential enemy lists over who could possibly be guilty… It’s not like people aren’t compiling these kind of lists already….

…some theories are more popular than others…..and will continue to gain ground by the hour I’m sure…….

(I’m personally not a big fan of conspiracy theories. I find a great number of them troubling, for the simple reason that it might make sense, but then it doesn’t if the accused group stand to lose. All I see are people who will lose in the end when reading or hearing of popular narratives of conspiracy. What would make sense would be to think broader, or maybe I overestimate people. In fact I’m suspecting that that might be the case. If I’m guilty of over-thinking then Europe & America are standing face to face with a threat that is shooting itself in the foot.)

With the current culture war and student movements on both sides of the Atlantic, not to forget the underground “scene” of self-taught individuals on the opposite political spectrum who openly blog or hack while being in “stealth mode,” I’m sure that boats will be rocked and alignments change, whether it is for the better or for the worst.

Loyalties might swiftly change and old narratives of friendship might suddenly be forgotten.

Leaders such as Sebastian Kurz & Matteo Salvini, not to forget “freedom fighters” such as the imprisoned Tommy Robinson are the kind of types that will salvage the mothership that is Europe. If they fail we will see the uprising of what their critics accuse them of being, “the great evil” that the mainstream media think they see in U.S. President Donald J.Trump. If the U.S.A. and Europe are not salvaged politically, there will be an attempt to do so from the bottom up. That is a given. There will always be those who refuse to give up. I predict that the situation in America will become especially dire in the years to come, unless the culture issue and the demographic issue is solved. 

So where does this strange self-destructive attitude we can observe in The Western World come from? Is it possible to manufacture Ethno-masochism? Well apparently yes…

Don’t expect that these type of initiatives won’t backfire though.

They do and they will. If your people win a fight, whether culturally, demographically or out on the battlefield, then you ought to remember how you won, because your enemies surely will!

And those who are clever will study closely, h-o-w y-o-u w-o-n!

The problem with Western culture today, is that we are neither equipped to deal with victory nor defeat. Or that is the aim of political correctness. The aim is clearly to pacify people and ensure that the fight or the battle is lost before it even starts.

The goal is obviously to have a Nation caving in on itself, self-annihilating, with the one institution falling after the other like domino bricks, and an angry populace wondering what the heck is going on, eventually resulting in violence in the streets and disorder, so that enemy elements placed within the Nation can initiate their part while their partners come in from the outside.

You have to be mean (by today standards) to win. People are inherently mean and people will be mean, even those who normally aren’t, the question is rather, can you be mean in a clever fashion without your operation backfiring either on you or your children?

That is the question and that is a good one indeed, all things considered.

From Africa Digest

 

I don’t really follow “trade wars” or “tariff wars” and find this quote to be interesting:

“The Commerce Department is currently investigating whether foreign auto imports pose a risk to national security.”

You can read more here: Germany Willing To Cut Tariffs.

Here is a genuine Russia collusion. I remember reading somewhere, sometime, somehow, about Russia providing energy to Eastern European Nations and using this politically, funny enough I didn’t catch that Western European Nations were in on it too… Maybe they should get their power from Norway instead 😛 Funny how everyone is spinning the Russia narrative as far as the U.S. is concerned when Europeans are blatantly dealing massively with the official “eternal-bad-guy-Putin.” Remember; everything is always Russia’s fault. Hilarious. I also recall that I read in a French newspaper, somewhere, sometime, somehow, that the then French President had lots of interests (or maybe it was France Inc.) in Iraq due to business dealings with Saddam, so their opposition to the war was not so much humanitarian as it was money related. Funny enough this story was confirmed when I read something else concerning the Iraq war….It is always interesting to figure out what drives people’s “official concern.” Lately I’ve been wondering why American celebrities don’t starve themselves for all of those kids who’ve been separated from their parents in inner-city America, but then again, I guess you have to come from anywhere but America for Hollywood to bother…..

Whether you dislike or like the current U.S. President I strongly recommend reading this: “Trump – The Art Of The Deal” by Donald J.Trump & Tony Schwartz.

Here is a most intriguing article from The New York Times: The New York Times Praising Donald J.Trump – before he ran for office.

Here are some selected quotes from the article, published in 1984….

“Donald J. Trump is the man of the hour.” – The New York Times.

“He deserves full credit for his success,’ says another builder.”

“Mayor Koch says that, indeed, what is good for Donald Trump is often good for New York.”

“To others, the notion that Mr. Trump seems to be able to do just about anything he sets his mind to is terrifying.”

“Roy M. Cohn, Mr. Trump’s friend and attorney, adds: ‘He has an uncanny sense of knowing that something is a good deal when it looks dismal to everyone else.”

“That Mr. Trump was able to obtain the location, when every real-estate developer in the world would have done just about anything to get it, is testimony to Donald Trump’s persistence and to his skills as a negotiator.” (my highlighting).

“He is an almost unbelievable negotiator,’ says Irving Fischer of HRH Construction. ‘I don’t worship at the shrine of Donald Trump,’ he says, ‘but our company has given up trying to negotiate costs with him. We just say: ‘Tell us what you want, you’re going to get it anyway.”

“He says that his concern for nuclear holocaust is not one that popped into his mind during any recent made-of-television movie. He says that it has been troubling him since his uncle, a nuclear physicist, began talking to him about it 15 years ago.”

“When he finally speaks up, he says hat he is on the commission because the young men who went to Vietnam got a bad deal – which, about the worst thing that can happen to anyone.”

“The day before he has sent $3,000 to an unfortunate family he has red about in the newspaper, something he does frequently, according to Mrs. Foerderer.”

“That Mr. Trump builds shops and apartments for the world’s wealthiest people makes him that much more prone to attack.”

“If you go with Donald to see an art collection, he’s not that interested. He’d rather look out the windows at building.”

“His wife describes him as an all-American boy who likes country music best and prefers a steak and aked potato to anything called cuisine.”

“Mrs. Trump says they like to attend Broadway openings an that they frequent the ballet and opera. Mrs. Trump is active in support of the United Cerebral Palsy Fund and other charities, as well as the New York City Opera. She is also an active supporter of Ronald Reagan.”

“He has dificulty now figuring out who his real friends are, as billionaires will.”

The White House Chief of Staff made waves online after untangling an American flag: “Once A Marine, Always A Marine.”

I enjoyed this article written by Steve Hilton until he wrote this:

“But we have to recognize that the melting pot is cracking. Years of uncontrolled immigration – and a creeping acceptance of separatism, boosted by identity politics – risk importing the disastrous doctrine of “multiculturalism” that is prevalent in Europe.”

The U.S.A. has been a multi-racial construct, arguably since the very beginning, with absolute “separatism,” before the federal government made segregation “illegal.” I say illegal, since people now self-segregate, which roughly means that the “melting-pot” never really worked on a street level. What I recognise in Europe is imported American multiculturalism, so I’m not sure which planet Hilton is living on… I find it annoying to see such lies in digital “print.”

Radical “multiculturalism” is a relatively new phenomenon in Europe. There is a reason as to why Europe never became Muslim and there is also a reason as to why we are so very pale……One foreigner now and then doesn’t really make much of a difference, but importing hordes of people will ruin the peace and comprise the integrity of your Nation.

It is especially dangerous if you mass import young men, who are in their “peak aggression” age.

Multiculturalism never really works, regardless of where in the world people try it, it always results in “separatism” and can only be held together by a rough, police state. It always results in fragmentation. Mixing on a large-scale only happens as a result of unhinged violence, where the men of one tribe are killed off and their women raped.

Inter-Ethnic diversity is a challenge great enough.

Anyone who welcomes anything else is culturally and demographically suicidal. Nothing less.

People = culture.

People = behaviour patterns on average.

There is no such thing as “magic soil.” Period.

If you mass import people from Uganda into Norway, then you’ll get Uganda in Norway.

If you mass import Arabs into France, then you’ll get an Arab Nation in the middle of Europe.

If you mass import Chinese people into Canada, you’ll get China Inc. in Canada.

If you mass import people from Latino countries into the U.S.A, then the culture, the practises, the voting patterns and whatnot will be coloured by this.

Apparently it is very difficult to follow this kind of logic………

Any person who does not understand demographics should be banned from public service.  It is that dangerous to play around with. An increase in violence and division is a given….

 

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

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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.

 

A Cool Video From The G7.

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This is a very interesting  watch, especially when considering how the U.S.A is constantly being portrayed as the villainous hegemon. I started to doubt this narrative when I saw how much the U.S.A was struggling internally for myself, which is of course something that a lot of European critics will never see. It is interesting to note how opinionated people can be about a country they’ve never even been to … likewise it is interesting to listen to real witness accounts from people who’ve actually worked in Africa, Asia and the Middle East rather than experts who glorify cultures and situations they know nothing about….

I’m extremely happy to see that there is a real Renaissance effort in place because the U.S.A. sorely needs it. Hopefully it will inspire Europe to follow suit. One can hope. I saw a tweet yesterday from a fellow show-biz character who said that Norway needs a trip to the garage, my reply was that the whole west needs it asap. I don’t see isolated issues, I see a continental issue over here and an overall degenerate culture-war that is equally damaging for the U.S.A. as it is for countries and nations over here.

Last year when I decided to actually cast my vote for the first time, out of desperation quite frankly due to how things are changing in Europe, I decided to read a little and figure out what I was casting my vote for. It opened my eyes a bit to the complexity and magnitude of what needs to be addressed when engaged in National management… Migration is quite frankly just one piece in a giant tapestry of issues, but it is the issue that is the most visible to the general population due to exposure and due to brands, magazines and entertainment companies moving together in a synchronised fashion to popularise new values and a new Europe. If you hate and loathe the change, you’ll be given new reasons to be upset every single day. It makes me happy to see that the U.S.A. at least are getting back on their feet, now I’m wondering when Hollywood will follow suit and create patriotic content that can lift the American spirit rather than working against the re-construction. (A cool article to check out).

“Trump – The Art Of The Deal” by Donald J.Trump & Tony Schwartz.

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If there is one thing I never really read it is business books, in fact this is the 1st one I’ve ever completed.

The work was recommended to me by my mother who studied economics and is a life-long Trump fan. She had previously read “The Art Of The Deal” many years ago ( it was published in 1987) and bought it again after Trump’s election victory over in the U.S.A.

The work is very easy to read, but not in a dumb or condescending fashion. If you have a curious mind it will keep you occupied into the early morning hours. I finished the book in less than a day. Those who are searching for bigotry will find themselves disappointed as Trump mentions how he likes to hire women since they are so efficient and competent (to paraphrase), among other myth-busting statements. It is also highlighted that part of Trump Tower’s success is that they did not engage in “discrimination” towards potential buyers. Getting hold of an apartment in New York is described as being rather difficult, since you as a person have to be assessed before you’re allowed into “the club.”

The work is off to a strong, but overwhelmingly energetic start, following a typical work-week in Trump’s busy business life. His network is nothing short of impressive and is the first thing that stands out. He lifts up the phone and seem capable of reaching any decision maker in any multi million/billion dollar industry whenever he likes.

What he is depicted as doing comes across as very complex for sure, as he seems to be everywhere and involved with everything at any give time. It certainly sounds like a more cerebral activity than just repeating and focusing on one activity over and over, which is what artists and athletes do.

He displays great “cunning” in his autobiography which would have scored him lots of points with the Vikings or the Greeks. It is nothing short of staggering what one person can accomplish during a lifetime. Donald Trump’s legacy will ring out through the ages I’m sure, after first establishing a business empire, leaving many buildings after himself (in his name), even becoming president of the U.S.A. Movies will be made in due time, probably statues as well.

When talking about his childhood he describes a privileged background in comparison to most. He was groomed for the property business working along his father. It is also mentioned that his grandfather came from Sweden, which instantly made me wonder what Trump’s impression would be if he went over there and saw “Swedish conditions” for himself. A funny story is shared of how Trump built skyscrapers with Lego as a child.

It is of great interest that Trump the adult is depicted as brushing shoulders with the same sort of people who have now all of a sudden thrown him under the bus. My guess is that everybody wanted his money back then and to pose next to a successful, glamorous developer. Trump used to be pop (and still is with his supporters and fans), but was all of a sudden somewhat disowned by an entertainment industry and a media establishment now depicting him as retarded and evil. I’ve previously credited this to him simply being politically conservative.

Questioning the mental capacity of someone who’ve built a business empire, branding him as a “buffoon-reality-show-President,” is nothing short of hilarious. You cannot be an idiot and become successful in the line of work where Trump has made his name. His critics must see him as a threat (he criticises corruption  within the political establishment in New York in his book), he gets back at his haters (before Twitter-Trump, there was letter-writing-Trump), he was able to get back on his feet after bankruptcy, he has always (by judging from this book) called a spade a spade, he comes across as a real-life monopoly player with an unblemished background after numerous bureaucratic assessments and in addition he is the definition of a capitalist, and I guess that is the issue more than anything else. 

More worryingly for his enemies: he is described as engaging in economic “sieges,” certainly adding a militaristic flair to the Trump phenomenon. The business environment is obviously described as competitive and filled with jealousy, so you have that element as well. Maybe there are other businessmen out there who wish they had run for office themselves … there are probably many money-makers out there who wish they were Trump……

In the book he constantly talks about “the market;” it is because of his ability to read “the market” and see “the market,” that he wins. This of course clashes with people from proper old-money, or those who are more elitist in their taste and feel that the “masses” are dull, stupid, uninteresting, you name it. Donald J.Trump is all about understanding what and how to sell. That seldom goes along with arrogance or an outright refusal to “sell out.” He shares his admiration for other people who also cater to whatever “market” that is relevant for the line of work that they are in.

He describes how an artist friend of his makes lots of money by simply pouring paint over a canvass, making a mess, selling it as modern art;  which is a con-trick I’ve come across myself when I was introduced to an Asian female painter with three studios around the world who made her money by pouring paint unto canvasses, and folding and unfolding said canvasses. This was how she made her money, with eager buyers psychoanalyzing the emotional meaning behind her work…..

This “market” obsession is what a lot of “true” (or much better written: TRVE) artists and musicians turn away from in total disgust. If you choose to do proper classical crossover for example, there will be an understanding that this doesn’t hang as high as catering to the niche, elitist, market of “proper classical music.” Crossover acts sell more records, but that doesn’t really matter….

I also posses a certain snobbish flair when it comes to food and art (which I attribute to being European), but this is something that is only good in certain doses. I have myself turned down certain TV offers in the past, because I felt that appearing on such shows would hurt my brand; like it would taint me somehow. Such behaviour cannot be a constant factor though as you’ll never crossover into the mainstream in any sort of way, which I’ve thankfully done by being visible on some of the most mainstream TV-shows in my country of origin, yet even when I said yes to these things, I knew that there was a certain sense of “selling-out,” yet the opportunities seemed too fun and too good to turn down, and I was very right about that. I love doing TV.

I do know that great art a lot of times isn’t supported by “the market” but need “patronage” in order to survive. History proves this to be the case. People who really have “the attitude” though would scoff at “circus-entertainment,” or anything catering to the so-called “masses” such as a U.S. President eating burgers from McDonald’s. Capitalists such as Trump win financially because they seemingly don’t care about the snobs; offering apartments for sale in New York without discrimination, is a very good example, making a reality-show is another not to forget; bothering about the ordeals of so-called “commoners” like Annabel Hill; which paints the picture of a capitalist with a heart. And what can possibly beat strong leadership combined with compassion?

Even the story of Trump trying to kick out tenants who were paying ridiculously low rent as a result of “rent-control,” is an interesting case study, as these individuals who got a bargain and took advantage of the “system,” felt that they were being harassed when Trump’s people tried to run the building in accordance with the low rent they collected. This was seen as an act of harassment by the tenants. To quote Trump:

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned about the rich, it’s that they have a very low threshold for even the mildest discomfort.”

“It happens to be very easy to vacate a building if, like so many landlords, you don’t mind being a bad guy. When these landlords buy buildings they intend to vacate, they use corporate names that are difficult to trace. Then they hire thugs to come in with sledgehammers and smash up the boiler, rip out the stairways, and create floods by cutting holes in pipes. They import truckloads of junkies, prostitutes, and thieves and move them into vacant apartments to terrorize holdout tenants. That’s what I call harassment.” (This clearly illustrates “people used as weapons.” Which      can be compared to how migration is handled by some).

The scenario described illustrates once again how a privileged few, convinced other people not as fortunate as themselves, to gang up together to fight a common enemy whose defeat ultimately would have profited the tenants who had the biggest flats the most. Trump’s dislike of wealthy people taking advantage of rent-controlled apartments can also be a reason as to why some people strongly dislike the current President, since people aren’t too keen on separating with their perks. Many celebrities taking advantage of “rent-control” are mentioned within the book….

Trump ends up fantasizing about offering the homeless his vacant apartments in said condominium, so that snobbish New Yorkers can share their living space with the less-fortunate. He backs down from this idea after his lawyers warn that it will become almost impossible to remove rough sleepers to prepare the building for demolition if he first initiates such an endeavour.

I’m suspecting that I’ve hit the nail somewhat on its head when it comes to why show-biz people have turned their backs so violently on the current U.S.President. Messy, absent-minded, artsy types seem to have an innate disgust towards suit-wearing money-makers like the ones Trump describes in his book. I wonder if the mentality goes both ways as the world described by someone like Donald J. Trump starkly contrasts any music industry related book. There is a personality contrast (on average) I’m suspecting, which is probably why artists have a tendency of being outspokenly anti-corporate, even if benefitting from major corporations and patronage from such people. This “night and day” contrast with deadline averse, unorganised artists on one side, and a no bullshit, no time to waste, mentality on the opposite spectrum, might illustrate my point. Artists would ironically enough be able to relate to business guys struggling to get financing for unique and new ideas, but I guess there is no interest in finding common ground if you as an artist hate and fight “the system,” while business people (might) think of artists as annoying, ungrateful, weirdos, with a strange dress-sense.

There are a great number of artists out there who are openly communist and would cringe at the idea of having their music placed in an ad, for example. Rather than seeing this as a golden opportunity, there would be many who would be opposed to such a thing. Licensing music for use in commercials should be the dream of any musician; I personally do not understand the official anti-business stance of a lot of show-biz characters since you are starting a business anyway the moment that you are selling a service or a product. You can might as well think big and aim high.

The greatest comedy in entertainment is when radical artists are in the receiving end of proper corporate backing and feel clever since they feel like they are fighting the machine from within, using capitalist tools. The capitalists also feel clever since they are making a profit off approved opposition and dissent, getting rich off anti-establishment punks, who actually enrich the very institutions that they criticise… This sort of oddity can to a certain degree be witnessed by anti-gun celebrities who’ve made their names by being gun-wielding action heroes, or #MeToo male feminists in show-biz unmasked as sexual predators. A box that Donald J. Trump’s critics have tried their best to place him in. The second that “locker-room” talk from the current President could be used as a tool to remove him from the 2016 election, his critics edited out what they needed and jumped at the opportunity to use it, only to see him win in the end anyway. It is particularly telling that the ace up their sleeve now come in the form of a certain lame storm that passed many, many, years ago.

There is a Russia-link funny enough on pages. 26-27 and on page 364 … This book however was published in 1987 and I’m guessing that Trump travelling to the Soviet Union to scout for potential prospects with his first wife doesn’t count… I’m willing to bet that Trump’s critics haven’t bothered to read his book. They should. Maybe they’ll turn around.

When you read “The Art Of The Deal” you get an insight into those who run the world; in other words: those who know how to handle money, make good business deals and don’t want to waste time on bullshit. Trump even meets with a Cardinal.

Politics and the world of real estate are closely linked and certainly puts into question the myth of property-rights in the Western world. I’ve previously mentioned in my entry: “An Insight Into The State of A European Nation – Election in Norway/Valg i Norge 2017.,” how easily rights gets compromised when red-tape and bureaucracy infringes on what a person can do with his/her property. It contradicts freedom and liberty to have politicians interfere with how or what  you build on a piece of land that you’ve purchased, unless there is a concern for buildings of a historical value. If we are to have rights in the Western world, it would be good if these could be respected, if not they are merely a mirage….

Politicians are depicted as fishy weather-wanes in Trump’s book, obsessed with their own vanity, living in fear over any bad publicity since this can cost them votes. They are depicted as largely incompetent and untrustworthy.

I particularly enjoyed reading about “value engineering” and “quality control.” I’ve had a ridiculous amount of different addresses in my short life and know how sneaky landlords can be. They paint over blemishes and pretend like nothing, which is why it is crucial to hire a nosy “inspector” if you ever intended to rent, and especially buy something. More often than not you’ll find “fire traps” and/or “hazardous materials.” I would recommend people to smell the walls of their flats and/or houses, in order to detect any mould that has been painted over or any potential rot. It might make you look crazy, but at least you’ll know if someone is trying to be clever…

My favourite chapter was the one about the rebuilding of the Wollman Ice Rink in Central Park.

After reading Donald J. Trump’s book I’m sure that he is thrilled over bureaucrats and feet-dragging within the political establishment that he now finds himself in…

A future President and world-leader can be seen when Trump says: “…I felt there was a bigger issue at stake. I’ve come to believe Ed Koch is so incompetent and destructive to New York that someone has to stand up and say so, publicly.

Nowhere can this President-in-the-making be sensed clearer than in the “What’s Next” section of the work: “ But what I admire most are people who put themselves directly on the line. I’ve never been terribly interested in why people give, because their motivation is rarely what it seems to be, and it’s almost never pure altruism. To me, what matters is the doing, and giving time is far more valuable than giving money. In my life, there are two things I’ve found I’m very good at: overcoming obstacles and motivating good people to do their best work. One of the challenges ahead is how to use those skills as successfully in the service of others as I’ve done, up to now, on my own behalf.

Conclusion: Donald J. Trump comes across as a very likeable guy, sharp, not someone you could easily fool, interested in the whereabouts of real people and what actually happens in the real-world. He comes across as someone critical of a political establishment only interested in enriching itself, and at odds with New York snobbery. He comes across as a successful “man-of-the-people,” in love with everything HUGE and beautiful. Those looking for anything Hitleresque will find themselves disappointed. Read this book whether you like President Trump or not.

More relating to the Trump administration & the US Presidency:

Warriors & Citizens – American Views of Our Military edited by Kori Schake & Jim Mattis.

Link to An Interview With The White House Chief of Staff.

Amusing Articles From The Political Correctness Police …

“Decision Points” by George W. Bush.

A Crash Course In Politics. (What It Is And What It Is Not).

4 Things I really like and agree with from “The Art Of The Deal”

  1. It doesn’t matter if you own something a 100% if what you own is worthless.
  2. It doesn’t matter if you have a stellar product if no one ever hears about it.
  3. There are lots of people out there with unfulfilled potential because they were never put in a setting where they could properly bloom.
  4.  Leading a meritocratic operation will get out the best in people.

Selected Quotes from “The Art Of The Deal”

” … politicians don’t care too much about what things cost. It’s not their money.”

“You can’t  be imaginative or entrepreneurial if you’ve got too much structure.”

“… if you’re right, you’ve got to take a stand, or people will walk all over you.”

“The way I see it, critics get to say what they want to about my work, so why shouldn’t I be able to say what I want about theirs?” – after writing a letter to a critic who ” …was knocking a design he hadn’t even looked at yet.”

“That experience taught me a few things. One is to listen to your gut, no matter how good something sounds on paper. The second is that you’re generally better off sticking with what you know. And the third is that sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make.”

“The worst things you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it.”

“It pays to trust your instincts.”

“The state official who cross-examined Hefner said afterward that several commissioners hadn’t liked Hefner’s demeanour and style on the witness stand.” On why some get licenses from the bureaucracy and why some don’t.

“There is nothing to compare with family if they happen to be competent, because you can trust family in a way you can never trust anyone else.”

“To this day not many people or companies are willing to go through the nightmare of licensing in New Jersey, which gives Nevada a big advantage in attracting new investors.”

Trump on the business of Sport: ” Porter bluntly outlined a multipart plan for declaring total war on our league, by employing numerous anti-competitive strategies. His two-and-a-half-hour presentation was divided into sections such as “Offensive Strategies,” “Guerrilla Warfare,” and “The Art of War – China 500 B.C.”

Trump on politicians: ” It’s fortunate for those city officials that they chose to go into city government rather than business. The deal they were suggesting was far worse for the city than the one I’d originally offered. I wasn’t about to fight them at my  own expense.”

“…raise the possibility of bad press, even in an obscure publication, and most politicians will jump.”

“It irritates me that critics, who’ve neither designed nor built anything themselves, are given carte blanche to express their views in the pages of major publications, whereas the targets of their criticism are almost never offered space to respond.”

Trump on celebrity buyers of his apartments: ” Obviously, we were a natural choice for people connected with show business, in the sense that we’d created something very glamorous.”

“The truth is that we never hired anyone to do public relations, and every star who bought an apartment – Johnny Carson, Steven Spielberg, Paul Anka, Liberace – and many others – came to us.”

 

 

 

Persecuted Christians, Racist Trudeau, Enforced Islamification in England, Subverted Institutions in The West, GQ Trying To Ruin Your Thanksgiving, Gaslighting, European Instability, Stalking, Explorers, Lonely Elders, An Angry Rider & Some Light Reading About Love, Among Other Things.

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I’m proud to say that I wrote about the persecution of today’s Christians the second that I heard of it. This is not right. Why aren’t more people writing about the assault on Christianity? It’s a good thing that the Trump administration have mentioned this and that they did so as early as they did. This is an important issue which is strangely enough ignored by many. America to the rescue  & “Christianity is under unprecedented assault in those ancient lands where it first grew,” the vice president said. “Across the wider Middle East, we can now see a future in many areas without a Christian faith. But tonight, I came to tell you: Help is on the way.”

Taken from the article I pasted in at the top of this entry: “At a time in the West when there is increasing media focus on the rights of people regardless of gender, ethnicity or sexuality, it is ironic that in much of the secular media there should be such limited coverage of the massive persecution experienced by so many Christians.” 

The report said: “Governments in the West and the UN failed to offer Christians in countries such as Iraq and Syria the emergency help they needed as genocide got underway.

If Christian organisations and other institutions had not filled the gap, the Christian presence could already have disappeared in Iraq and other parts of the Middle East.”

Report editor John Pontifex said: “In terms of the numbers of people involved, the gravity of the crimes committed and their impact, it is clear that the persecution of Christians is today worse than at any time in history.

“Not only are Christians more persecuted than any other faith group, but ever-increasing numbers are experiencing the very worst forms of persecution.”

An article in GQ Magazine calls it a “civic duty” to destroy Thanksgiving if your relatives are Trump supporters. This is outrageous, which is why I’m pasting this in. Click on the link in the text below to read the original text. Incredible.

“A piece in GQ Magazine calls on readers to make Thanksgiving Day “hell” for any relatives who support President Donald Trump.

“It’s time to ruin your Trump-supporting family’s Thanksgiving—for America!” Joe Berkowitz wrote.

“If you’re headed home to a household that still thinks a sex-offending game show host in rapid cognitive decline was the best choice for a president, it is your civic duty to filibuster Thanksgiving,” he argued.

He offered several suggestions for how to ruin Thanksgiving dinner, including not showing up, showing up and being a jerk and going “scorched earth.” Berkowitz wrote that this isn’t just about spite, but potentially “chipping away” at Trump’s base.

 “If your family is unmoved after a ruined Thanksgiving, though, that’s fine too. After all, next year’s Thanksgiving falls just after the 2018 midterms, and if your true believer parents still feel the way they do now, you might ruin their holiday in another way,” he concluded. 

According to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, 58 percent of people are dreading having to talk politics around the dinner table. Just 31 percent said they were eager to discuss the latest news with family and friends, while 11 percent are unsure.

Here are some out-takes from the original, hateful, text:

“Trump has spent the entire year performing one long, clumsy touchdown dance atop the wreckage of America’s former norms and values.”

Which values exactly? Post-modern far-left values? Or the massive focus on Christianity that has been brought back, thanks in part if not entirely to super Christians Mike Pence and Dr. Ben Carson? The left don’t own western values, unless this writer is talking about “our modern shared values,” you know those flimsy values “openness and tolerance” that cannot define or represent a nation at all whatsoever…..

“Any parents still riding the Trump Train at this point have thereby signaled that nothing is sacred.”

Nothing is sacred, such as life you mean? Or traditional women? Because I seem to remember that conservative women are vilified in the mainstream media and that no sympathy should be given to any woman who supports the President or his administration. Is this writer trying to say that radical post-modernists are the ones who know what is sacred or not?

“Don’t show up. For some parents, your absence will speak louder than any sodden arguments over the density of pumpkin pie. If you can’t even look them in the eye, they’ll know you mean business. Besides, Friendsgiving rules.”

The cultural Marxists hate families, so of course it would be preferable if you fall out with your own parents and never talk to your own blood relatives anymore because of Trump. I can’t believe these people are for real. Talk about being hateful.

Someone told me the other day that Justin Trudeau allegedly said that it was horrid that Canada was a European construct and that he would make it his mission to destroy Canada’s “whiteness.” I couldn’t find a quote like this or an article along those lines, I did however come across this.

“As G.K. Chesterton once said, condemning nationalism because it can lead to war is like condemning love because it can lead to murder.”

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Trudeau also has an interesting way of dealing with terrorism in his nation … after a Somali, Muslim woman was guilty of terrorism he went out  and condemned white-supremacists instead…. A typical modern “leader” in other words, with no love, empathy or concern for his own people and no sense of respect for those who built the nation and the institutions which he now presides over.

The Norwegian right-wing government have been forced to agree with more immigrants being taken into Norway. After stating that Norway is one of those Nations that have taken in too many migrants in relation to our own population numbers, the right-wing party had to let go of one of the most crucial issues facing all European nations.

“Høyre og Frp godtok at Norge skal ta imot 1.000 flere kvoteflyktninger neste år, noe som er nær en fordobling. Til sammen blir kvoten neste år 2.120 personer, noe som er lavere enn antallet Norge har tatt imot de siste to årene, men høyt sammenlignet med tidligere år.”

“The Right and The Progress Party agreed that Norway will take in 1.000 more migrants next year, something that will be a doubling. In total the quota will be 2.120 people, something that is lower than the amount Norway has taken in the two last years, but high in comparison to previous years.”

The Norwegian government decided to increase the fee on sugar and gas/bubbles as used in soft drinks and candy in order to raise 2 billion Kroner for the government. Who would have thought that you could get that much money by going after small things like that? Incredible. The ministers hope that this will not affect the consumers. I find it all very intriguing actually.

The government also decided to partly axe the machine-tax but calculated that it would mean 1,2 billion Kroner in lost revenue. It will be especially hard for municipalities in industry areas, so the government officials have apparently agreed on measures to compensate for this lack of tax-income.

Loneliness is a problem not just among the elderly, but among young people as well, even though it isn’t spoken that much about. Old and alone.(This article is in Norwegian).

It is so easy to tell when you’re reading something written by a 3rd wave feminist, or modern radical. Everything from the west is a symbol of oppression. Read this critique of badass English explorers. Don’t let party-poopers like this ruin everything.

“White men such as Benedict Allen should cease their meaningless, problematic “explorations” and focus instead on the ways they can counter the privileges they inhabit, at home and abroad.”

The Anti-European Deconstructionists are always hard at work. They never rest. Never. There is always something new. All of our institutions seem derelict at this point, rotten from within, in need of a resurrection. If they are not brought back in alignment with pro-European values then we’ve officially lost our European Nations. The Cultural Marxists Will Never Rest Until They’ve Had Their Total Revolution.

I mentioned organised pedophilia at a public school in this entry of mine: Europe & America’s Transformation Due To Migration – My Observations as A European Globetrotter.I’m bringing it up again as it is quite a scenario to have tax-payers money used to pay for child molestation toward tweens who are sent to public schools since their parents cannot afford anything else. It can in many ways be seen as the ultimate form of humiliation. Much like the enforced LGBTQX culture described in the article above.

Most have to have a two income family. They have no choice. Their kids will therefore have to be sent to public institutions and as an ultimate act of spite these institutions will brainwash your children and expose them to individuals who hate kids (in some instances) paid for by the “tax cattle.” It is nothing else but morbid. A totally mockery of the general population.

“The chairman of the Campaign for Real Education told the Sunday Times: “w should not be placing ‘mother’ and ‘father’ on a list of forbidden words.

“We should, instead, be accommodating these cherished foundation stones of our civilisation. The decision to remove them is profoundly undemocratic and illiberal and is a capitulation to a form of politically correct fascism.”

It is probably a good idea to move to the east or the west before lots of people are in a hurry to do so if the situation in Europe worsens. Just follow a simple rule. Don’t let your enemy into your country. Simple as that. Look at these ridiculous pictures of our Christmas Markets. I’m glad I live in a proper English area where we don’t have these type of problems, or at least not yet. Diversity is our strength – repeat after me.

The people of Austria are tired and want their country back. God bless them.

Watching the latest season of AHS really got to me when I saw the scenes of Sarah Paulson’s character and how “the cult” ganged up on her, doing everything to drive her insane while simultaneously officially discrediting her. I wonder why? Read this article if you want a good reason for staying alone. It is incredible what people get away just because good people stay silent. After all what is the point of speaking up if people don’t believe you? Evidence; you always need evidence; which is why you have to be careful when it comes to accusing others of abuse or wrongdoings online. There are many who are doing so now, especially with the whole #MeToo campaign, what I wonder is this though: can’t you be sued for defamation and slander if you don’t have your evidence in order? Would you have enough proof to satisfy law-enforcement and how would your accusations hold up in court? If your answer is no, then you got a pretty shitty case.

“Have you ever felt like you were going insane? Well, it might be because someone was trying to make you feel that way. One of the most common ways abusers keep control of their victims is to have them discredited to the point that they question their own sanity, feel terrible about themselves, and also can’t figure out what the truth is and what isn’t anymore. This tactic is called gaslighting, and it’s named after a 1950s movie that focuses on a man who has managed to trick a woman into thinking she’s going crazy.

It’s one of the worst mind games out there, and everyone needs to know about it. If you’ve been finding yourself questioning.. yourself.. and your relationship more frequently these days, you need to read this.

Have you ever heard about gaslighting before?

Gaslighting Is A Term Used To Describe Emotional Abuse. In particular, it’s emotional abuse that makes you question what really happened, how you really feel about things, and whether you should be angry about actions that your partner may have done.”

Good heavens … I just came across an article about a female nurse pretending to be a male doctor in order to get women to send her explicit photos of themselves. This lady also stole another person’s address apparently and prowled around social media to find victims to literally troll. Talk about weirdo. It’s easy to fall flat on your face sometimes with social media, but this chick was seemingly unstoppable in her quest for “setting people up.” Crazy really. I’m wondering if she was addicted to this kind of behaviour or if she was bored? Peculiar to say the least: Female Serial Stalker. 

When reading more about her actions here it reminds me a bit of childish pranks … you know … prank calling, trolling people, etc; This is what kids or tweens usually engage in for a limited time period; which makes me wonder: if abstract identity movements can partially be blamed for lack of “make-believe” play when little, then can this type of anti-social actions, as displayed by Adele Rennie, be partially blamed on a lack of healthy peer relationships in youth? Once again her pattern of action is infantile and immature. It would have been interesting to know the conclusion reached by a professional profiler.

Cool to see another artist defending Europe ❤ I don’t necessarily agree with other statements from this guy, but this was cool to see! It’s funny actually that I voice concern for Germany and Sweden; because if I was to be like all of these individuals who are still screeching about past-slavery in America for example, I would be happy to see Sweden and Germany being destroyed from within – but I’m not. Even though these two countries either betrayed or occupied us, it is unfair to wish harm upon their populations. I sincerely hope that European identities will survive the massive changes forced upon them by higher powers. This isn’t really the time to be pessimistic in a way. Sure we need to be honest about the changes and the problems, but we cannot let this deflate our spirits. Being a patriot has never been more important.

Hmmm….cavalry vs. infantry……

Oh the French, always angry protesting something … En Grève is one of the first things you learn the meaning of when you live there. I’m assuming that they must be one of the hardest populations in Europe to manage. I was never a supporter of Macron really, but he won the election, and when that is the case you just have to hope for the best. Wishing for a politician in power to fail is nuts, as it would mean devastation in one way or the other for the population in question. I’ve personally spoken favourably about labour unions in the past, I believe that we have to look after our own. Outsourcing, labour-migration, but also, over-taxation on small businesses which leads to unemployment or bankruptcy is a great, great shame. I wish it was possible to solve the equation of perfect governance, sadly it seems impossible. People management whether big or small will never be easy. Protests against Macron.

This headline and article is absolutely outrageous: Parents Were Ordered To Send Their Children To A Workshop On Islam Or Have Them Labeled As Racist For The Rest of Their School Career.

“Mothers and fathers were warned: ‘Refusal to allow your child to attend will result in a Racial Discrimination note being attached to your child’s education record, which will remain on this file throughout their school career.

‘All absences on this day will be investigated for their credibility and will only be sanctioned with a GP sick note.’
Yesterday parents at Littleton Green Community School in Huntington, Staffordshire, said the threat to the pupils aged between eight and 11 was ‘ludicrous’. Gillian Claridge, 55, said: ‘How dare they threaten to brand the children racist at such a young age? It’s going to make them feel like little criminals.”

Offended Muslim caught in US lunch scandal.

The imported challenges we now have to deal with, unless we start sending people home.

You can apparently get into trouble with an Anti-Hate speech police unit in this country, if someone’s feelings are hurt. I have truly no idea why the English are so keen on giving away and destroying their identity and nation. There must be a diagnosis for something like this.

While racial tensions in Europe escalate, Norwegian celebrities create pro-immigration propaganda videos as a response to 18 year olds being sent back home to the Middle East. To translate a quote from Norway’s immigration and integration minister:

– Jeg vil vel heller stille spørsmål ved om det ikke er flaut at norske kjendiser er så navlebeskuende at de kun ser de få asylsøkerne som kommer til Norge, hvorav mange ikke har krav på beskyttelse, mens de ikke ser de 65 millionene av mennesker som har flyktet fra krig og konflikt som vi bør hjelpe rundt omkring i verden, sier innvandrings- og integreringsminister Sylvi Listhaug til VG.

– I would rather question whether it isn’t embarrassing that Norwegian celebrities are so narrow-minded that they only see the few asylum seekers who come to Norway, of which many have no right to protection, while they don’t see the 65 million people who’ve fled from war and conflict who we should help around the world, says the immigration and integration minister Sylvi Listhaug to VG. 

Here is another link to an article about some other protests in Paris … What I’m wondering is this: how many of these protestors are paid to be there and how many of them are just trouble seeking punks? It would be naive not to think that no-good thugs wouldn’t be attracted to these type of things.

Unless you want to be fired as a politician, remember – do not touch a woman’s knee! The funniest thing about this article are the comments below. Haha.

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Interesting article about love. Read this if you feel like it and have time to kill.

Such an ugly and horrible man. Weinstein’s Show-biz abuse.

Annabella Sciorra.

Illuminati confirmed I guess.

Go to the beach if you can. God’s healing tools.

Yes, I’m a very honest person. Funny test.

President Trump’s Thanksgiving.

Nobody ever wants to admit anything in Russia. There was a leak from a Nuclear plant, but not really. It happened though, and the logical conclusion must be that it came from one of these two plants, only that it didn’t. Because nothing really happened, even though it actually did. And this cloud of radioactive pollution over Europe, is nothing to worry about, because reasons.

Football coach fed up with entitled parents in Beverly Hills.

This is what happens to you if you stay neutral as an artist. You will still be hated and attacked.

The Presidency.

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Be careful who you glorify as saints and who you condemn as villains … In this blog entry I offer my predictions regarding Donald Trump’s future, a short tribute to Obama’s historic presidency and a sad political “eulogy” to Hillary Clinton. Enjoy!

The American election of 2016 came to a close yesterday offering a mega-shock to those who mainly rely on “the old media” as their source of information. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate modern-female-role-model; who has on so many occasions come across as a gracious, inspiring, role model for women; suffered a gradual “myth-destruction” drawn out over several years, as the public gained insight into the Clinton Foundation and her shortcomings as a powerful political figure.

After being a popular first-lady and a successful Senator she took the USA with storm back in 2008, as she campaigned to become the  Presidential Candidate for the Democratic Party. I volunteered for her back then as I lived in the USA, I even had the great honour of meeting her at an event in Chicago. I was utterly star-struck and amazed. I felt inspired just like so many others and felt that nobody else at the time could challenge her extensive experience. But Hillary Clinton was not in a good place during that particular election, as the upper echelons of society, along with young voters, had decided to elect Obama. Hillary Clinton did not receive as much airtime as Obama, she was under much more scrutiny than Obama, she didn’t have Obama’s “cool appeal,” and she didn’t resonate with the student body in the same way. Obama came across as more radical, more liberal, he was the face of hope and change. He was the future.

Hillary Clinton rightfully challenged Obama, questioning his lack of experience at the time. She was fierce and “in-it-to-win-it.” Yet she did not and this created a certain sense of resentment as the press had undeniably been biased throughout the entire campaign in favour of Barack. Still nothing could beat the disappointment when Hillary Clinton decided not only to endorse Barack Obama but to accept an offer to work under him, a man who she had so relentlessly branded as inexperienced. At that point there were many, myself included, who felt that she was a “sellout.” Working as Barack Obama’s secretary of State didn’t do anything to improve her image. It was a disastrous decision. This was perfectly captured during the infamous Benghazi hearing, when she uttered the now infamous words: “what difference at this point does it make?”

Still there were many who kept on adoring her, something that must have been an increasingly difficult task as Wikileaks unleashed their email flood upon the world. In addition the FBI investigated a criminal action, the type of criminal offence that have sent other “normal” Americans behind bars. But not Mrs.Clinton, she was able to walk free, proving that the governing elite are exempt from the law and justice that all other Americans are subjected to. The documentary “Clinton Cash” concerning Clinton’s extensive corruption did not help matters either and was especially shocking when it came to its portrayal of Clinton’s involvement in Haiti. Ultimately many will claim that Weiner provided the last nail in the coffin when his carelessness  resulted in FBI re-opening their investigation regarding Clinton’s emails. Sadly, the Clinton’s did not live up to the image that everyone wanted to believe, myself included. There are still those who love the Clinton’s, despite numerous un-flattering revelations such as their daughter using charity money to finance her very own wedding. The Clinton Foundation is still under FBI investigation.

The reason as to why I feel slightly saddened about Hillary Clinton, is the fact that I would have wanted her to be the role-model that I once thought that she was. Today she closed her bid for the presidency with a wonderful and inspiring speech, worthy of a President and leader; the only draw back being that Wikileaks has seriously damaged Clinton’s credibility when it comes to what she says officially. Nothing of what she says can be believed or trusted at this point.

As A-list celebrities and grassroots supporters cry their hearts out on social media in absolute disbelief over Trump’s victory, I think it will be quite easy to predict what Trump will be up-against. As inspiring as Super Trump‘s exceptional victory is I envision that he will be treated like the “new George W. Bush” in terms of how the press will handle him.

  1. Any gaffe will be blown out of proportion and serve to solidify the profile of a “silly, unintelligent, buffoon.” This will be done to undermine his credibility and create sensationalized stories.
  2. As he embarks on his wall-building venture, he will be depicted as a racist. Rather than addressing what a serious problem gang-related violence is in America, the focus will be on Trump’s “excluding nature.” No mention of the potential pitfalls of  “not being able to handle” illegal, undocumented immigration.
  3. When he lifts the restriction on the production of shale, oil, natural gas and clean coal within the US. He will be portrayed as the environment’s Nr.1 Nemesis. No emphasis will be put on his job creation or the power of American energy independence.
  4. If he manages to make the Keystone Pipeline project move forward, he will be challenged by those who champion the rights of Native Americans and/or the environment. Trump will be labeled a racist and a serious “environmental threat”. No mention will be made of how important it is for America and the west in general to “break-free” from Saudi-Arabian interests nor the idea of reaching a compromise with Native American tribes.
  5. If Trump cancels billions in payments to the U.N. intended for “climate change programs,” it will be seen as a racist, ignorant, dangerous, measure. His reasons for doing so, which is to improve America’s own environmental needs, will be ignored.
  6. If he is to cancel every unconstitutional executive order from Obama, he will be seen as super-racist, undermining the legacy of America’s first President of a minority background. Social Justice Warriors will perceive this as being “white-privilege-incarnate.”
  7. By cancelling all funding to sanctuary cities he will be portrayed as heartless. An article on the matter will preferably feature pictures of little children. This will create a massive backlash and comparisons to Hitler will be rife.
  8. Deporting criminal illegal immigrants will only increase the Hitler comparisons. Journalists will be on the look-out for emotional pictures, depicting desperation and “authoritarian violence” as criminals are deported. Preferably violently deported as this will create a global backlash. At this point Trump will be globally depicted as a dictator. Many editorials and blog posts will be written about “America’s Descent Into The 4th Reich.”
  9. By suspending immigration from terror-prone regions, the image of Kaiser Trump will intensify. At this point there will be editorials and blog posts calling for an “intervention.”
  10. As Trump lower the taxes on corporations, the accusations of him waging a war on the poor will be flying left right and centre. There will be no mention of him granting the greatest tax-reliefs to middle class families. Anti-Austerity protests will unfold and gain global media attention. America will at this point appear to be in severe crisis.
  11. Trump’s mission to force back manufacturing to the USA will be seen as an environmental disaster due to pollutants from factories. Workers conditions and/or salaries will come under scrutiny even if there is no reason for doing so.
  12. An expose will be written about private investments into American infrastructure.
  13. Ending common core will be portrayed as the establishment of Trump-Jugend.
  14. By repealing Obama-care it will be solidified once and for all, that Trump is waging a war against the poorest of the poor. No mention will be made of the shortcomings or failings of Obama-care, nor will Trumps suggestions regarding health care receive any exposure unless it is negative.
  15. The Proposed Affordable Childcare and Eldercare Act, will be critiqued for “not-doing-enough” or will simply be ignored.
  16. As more police officers will be employed to “clean up” criminal neighbourhoods and dangerous communities,  he’ll be accused of constructing a “police state.” This can cause sensational headlines as great numbers of minorities in destitute areas are affiliated with gangs. Radical activists can therefore greatly expand on racial-tensions, intensified during Obama’s presidency, to create instability within the USA.
  17. Trump’s plan to put greater emphasis on National Security and stricter screening procedures regarding immigration, will only solidify the image of Trump’s 1984 Dystopia.
  18. Trump has promised to clean up corruption in Washington. This will be portrayed as a political-coup. Where Trump will be accused of persecuting the opposition.
  19. Finally, Trump previously stated that he would prosecute Hillary Clinton, due to her criminal actions. This will not be seen as justified, but rather be perceived as him imprisoning his political enemies. At this point there will be a global demand for Trump’s head if he hasn’t been killed already.

I sincerely hope that Donald Trump’s presidency will be a successful one. I do not believe that the American people will be able to handle anymore broken promises from Washington. Unless Donald Trump is able to truly “Make America Great Again” I fear what the future might hold for the USA. I love America, I’ve lived there on three separate occasions, I’ve got American family and want to see the nation thrive.

I found Barack Obama’s speech concerning Trump’s victory and America’s future very good. The current President showcased once again his ability to inspire and  handled the defeat of the democratic party in an elegant and presidential way. I’ve never been a massive fan of Obama’s politics but that doesn’t mean that I don’t see his symbolic value. I remember the grim, pessimistic attitudes that I encountered among Afro-Americans when I first moved to Chicago: “This country will never elect an Afro-American President” I heard over and over again. But lo-and-behold, that’s precisely what happened in 2008 demonstrating that America truly does offer “opportunity to all” and that “dreams do come true”. I had a tear in my eye as I saw the Obama’s announce their victory and as a sister of an American of Afro-American heritage, Obama’s victory makes me deeply emotional to this day. Seldom has anyone been elected with more wide-spread, global goodwill than the current President. He had the opportunity of being “the great uniter” but proved to actually accomplish the total opposite, sadly.

 

Barack Obama became the president that made LGBT completely mainstream, pop and accepted in the USA and I believe that this was a great and major accomplishment. He put great emphasis on environmental issues and tried his best to provide health-care to all Americans regardless of income level. He was a polarizing figure who many will probably judge for “not having done enough” for the Afro-American community besides fueling racial tensions, capitalising on Afro-American hatred towards whites. Many of those who voted for Obama in 2008 elected a man who came from a culture they did not understand, living in a neighbourhood most white people would never dare to set their foot in. Still, one cannot forget the brief moment when Obama was the very symbol of hope.

I certainly have something to thank the 44th President for, as he directly inspired me in regards to my artist name 😉 I lived in Hyde Park, in the former Senator’s neighbourhood, in Regents Park: the apartment complex that he used to use as his safe house. My immediate family shared many an elevator ride with the current President, but I did not believe any of these tales. Friends that came to visit, shyly asked: “was it him we saw on our way through the building?” but I found the idea of Obama walking around the building ludicrous and dismissed it as: “oh, yeah that’s the senators double”. It was not until I literally ran into him, in the back entrance of Regents Park, surrounded by his ever-expanding entourage of secret service agents, that my mouth fell open. My mother couldn’t help herself and stopped him to say: ” I just have to say it – Mr. President” his reply was: “Not yet” looking very serious and thoughtful. Considering that his presidency at this point is nearing its end, I guess I see no harm in sharing my story. But at the time I was always choosy and careful when it came to sharing the story of ” how I got my artist name”, due to Obama’s polarizing effect. Now people are too consumed with their hate or love for Trump anyway. Obama will soon be part of the past. I cross my fingers that America will enter into a new era of prosperity for ALL Americans. I hope that America will rise and become the “the land of freedom and opportunity” once again. Much love and God Bless ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤