“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 ย 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.ย 

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; ย 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 ย  ย  ย 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.ย 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.ย 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 โ€“ 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 ย 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.

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โ€œDecision Pointsโ€ 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. ย 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 ย 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 ย 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.”

 

 

 

US President Trump’s Haters, Vol.II – The Lousiest Puppet Show.

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I haven’t really written much about the never-ending political drama unfolding on both sides of the atlantic lately, but I’ve certainly had my thoughts…

I’m not sure how anyone can justify ย the amount of exposure rewarded to a certain “storm-of-a-non-weather nature,” I’m certainly asking myself why on earth I even know about such a thing … if we lived in the age of my great-grandparents then maybe I could have understood the desperate attempt at creating some sort of scandal, but it is all a play to the gallery, not that I’m sure who’s watching or who cares.

While a certain administration is probably celebrating the return of three liberated hostages, the pacification of an Asian nuisance with the worst hairdo in the pantheon of villains, jobs brought back thanks to a magic wand, and a myriad of other accomplishments; there are other forces desperately trying their best to “isolate” the US President or to make him miserable by breaking up his family and undermining whatever cohesion that is necessary for his administration to work.

The cherry on top of the pie is how people who openly support said President, (or other politicians like him over here in Europe), will get heckled/trolled online and/or in the media, so as to discourage other people from supporting their views, attempting to create an illusion of ideological dominance, that is nothing but false; in addition to making the target feel alienated and hated by everyone, which is also false.

It’s a witch hunt and a lame one indeed.

Meanwhile on the other side of the pond … it is said that the leaders of our continent are saddened by Trump pulling out of the Iran deal and want to do their best to keep the initiative alive. The USA is letting everyone know who is boss (if you think about the Tweets, America visibly going its own way, etc;) and that the glory days of European leverage is long gone, unless something drastic happens on this side of the Atlantic. An important thing to keep in mind if European Nations want trade deals where we aren’t sold poisonous chicken and other dubious foodstuffs. We are diseased enough as it is already….

When I reviewed โ€œWhere To Invade Nextโ€ by Michael Moore., I mentioned that one of the reasons as to why we’ve been allowed to spend a lot on Utopian projects in Europe is because our Nation States have relied on the American Empire’s Military to have Europe’s back. Maybe our leadership will wake up and realise that such priorities are reckless. We have enemies within and without and our culture needs to change in order to face new challenges. The Nations of Europe cannot expect victory without a serious boost in morale internally, and for this to happen there has to be a change in narrative, so that people know that they are not being lied to as they open up their front door and step out to face the new reality of the New-Europe; a derelict post-modern construct erected upon maggot infested delusional ideas, in desperate need of a reset back to the old, if our part of the world is to continue. It is a great enough challenge to cope with inter-ethnic diversity for any continent.

The U.S.A. and the various nations of Europe both West & East have to stand together, including Australia, Russia and Canada. This is more important than all other exotic alliances. Just take a look at what’s happening in South Africa. There have been many white people who’ve been chased out of Africa without anything. Where do we go if we end up being chased out of Europe as well?

I struggle to see why anyone in the U.S.A. would champion excessive liberalism if you contemplate how an Anglo-Saxon construct in a completely alien territory came to be in the first place. If your ancestors are successful conquerors, it doesn’t resemble anything that you would facilitate a similar victory for other groups on the land that you’ve inherited. Maybe American youths need to learn a bit more about their own history. Then they would know the importance of a wall, secure borders and demographics. Not to forget that Americans did not “invent” slavery. There should be no need to school Europeans on these things, after all, haven’t we had an ongoing problem with a certain expansionist cult for centuries? A certain cult that was pushed out from wherever it had gained ground ? Why do we have all of these fine fortresses and castles of ours? Can someone please remind me? And if our Nation States vowed “Never Again” after WW2, then why lay the groundwork for one hell of a mess?

Lyric Book – Signed Physical Copies!

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A little while ago I received my 1st printed version of my Illustrated Lyric Book ๐Ÿ™‚ It made me so happy and proud to actually have a physical copy in my hand! I was positively surprised at the amazing quality as well; it certainly looks very exclusive when you hold it in your hands!

Signed Physical Copies of this book will only be available through myย Patreon Pageย ๐Ÿ˜€ If you are keen on a digital copy of my Amazon Bestseller Lyric Book, you can get yours here:ย eBook.ย The eBook version is shorter since the Physical one also includes some pages with only artwork; I’ll give you a sneak peek here:

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I’ve also released my 1st Blog Book; which is why a number of my entries have been set to private here on my blog. If you want a chronological insight into my Blog writing from my 1st entry up until Christmas 2016, then check this out. I’ve not included Music Industry related entries as these will be released as a separate book.ย Buy My Book Here!

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If you like my drawings then make sure that you check out my very 1st book; my Amazon Bestselling illustrated children’s book “The Freezing Snowman.”

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What about saying Thank You?

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Everyone wants your vote and/or signature. Whether it is an activist group, a charity or politicians. It can be difficult to know what to support or who to vote for. I think most support what they do in good faith, only to get the shock of their life if they realize that they’ve voiced their support for something that turns out to be a proper “slippery slope.” Totally flagging out and opting for inactivity isn’t really the answer either; especially when coming across blatant declarations of war written by those who truly cannot stand their fellow country men (or fellow residents) if they stand in the way opinion or value wise. To say that I find these articles frightening, would be a gross understatement.

The world would be such a better place if there wasn’t so much sneaky behaviour, deception and hate.

I think the time has come for the citizens of The West to say Thank You and contemplate how lucky we are for living where we do, but alas, the complaints just keep on coming. I’m happy that I can pursue my passion, believe what I want, read what I want, and hopefully say what I want and create what I want. The last thing I would be interested in is to have these privileges retrieved. I don’t know why women aren’t more thankful about the fact that we are “allowed” to be as active as we are, this is not a given. Minorities (whether genuine or not) are even granted full citizenshipย with access to whatever institutions. Strange and peculiar identity movements are accepted, celebrated even. This isn’t really the norm; our societies are abnormal and unusual. Why do we take it for granted, and why do we assume that our societies will stay this way for ever?

At what point does the pushing and poking stop? Why on earth do people assume that the light at the end of the tunnel is Utopia? It is most likely an enemy ready to crush us or a proper reactionary movement tired of the non-stop poking and “degeneracy;” I think we ought to be grateful and know when to stop. How many cultures are as free as ours?

The Alt-Left & President Trump.

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organisation – infiltration – revolution

Those were the words of the Norwegian communist revolutionaries back in the late 60s – 70s. People didn’t think very highly of them when they were protesting in the streets and few probably took their kill-list featuring conservative politicians seriously. At one point ย these delinquents decided to invest in a suit, get a haircut, run for office, and this is where things gets creepy….

My dad apparently used to mock these losers by asking: “so how is the Marxist/Leninist infiltration of the education system going?” Another relative mockingly referred to them as: ” ja til nei, bort med vekk” meaning “yes to no, off with gone” and “fri hasj og gratis sandaler til alle” meaning ” free weed and sandals for all.” A grandparent of mine who was calmly watching a political debate with me when I was a tween, didn’t say anything until the communist party appeared on the TV screen. When they spoke about how the state was going to own Norway’s children as parents were not going to own their own kids this aggravated my mellowed tempered relative to such an extent that he just had to say something. Yet, regardless of how annoying these creatures were they were grossly underestimated when they commenced their agitation. People didn’t really take the “nutjobs” ย seriously and we sadly see the result of this today, not just in Norway but throughout Europe and in America.

  1. Removing Kids From Their Parents in Canada.
  2. Parents in the UKย whoย got the funding to take their kid to America for treatment but were stopped by the hospital and judges.
  3. Removing Kids From Their Parents in the USA.

You see, our beloved, revolutionary friends, failed in their recruitment which meant that they couldn’t successfully launch a blood drenched revolution back in the 60s-70s. As traumatising as this must have been for them they decided to march the long march through our institutions, so that they could deconstruct and kill the machine from within.

An Insight Into The State of A European Nation โ€“ Election in Norway/Valg i Norge 2017.

Identity.

In Norway this became very apparent as these protestors and agitators wormed their way into official government positions for all to see. Upon retirement they scored “dessert-jobs” working for international post-war organisations. One of the main reasons as to why I’m sceptical of this New World Orderย (as US Defence Secretary Mattis refers to it as) is because I have yet to see a conservative, patriotic Norwegian politician in those ranks. All you see are socialists who weakened our nation and did a lousy job. They were successful in expanding the nanny state, importing incompatible immigrants and depleting our armed forces. Not exactly something to be proud of.

The reason as to why I’m bringing all of this up now is for the simple reason that there is this ย outdated narrative out there peddled by the modern left and sadly parroted by thousands (who don’t know any better), that the greatest threat to The West today are right-wing extremists. Who are these right-wing extremists? Anyone who is an anti-globalist and anyone who believes in reason by questioning the principles of political correctness and the pillars of the horror show that is The New Europe. Classical liberals and centrists are not safe at all from racism/Nazism accusations. Quite the opposite, anyone who opposes or offers a critique of the glorious silent revolutionย is a potential problem.

Those on the modern left have in fact turned it into a sport to “purge” those that they disagree with by getting them fired. This online behaviour can be compared to the burning of businesses and stores which used to be a staple of the mafia. If you think that the modern left only harasses people in the online world, rest assure that they also have their violent foot soldiers, who take great pleasure in beating up Trump supporters or any other individual that they disagree with politically. You think it stops there? No.

These charming characters who are of course fighting the good fight also have their agitators among those who are “influencers” and these lovely characters openly champion genocide directed towards white people of course, as only white people are evil. They agitate for the removal of historical statues, the de-colonisation and de-whitification of university/college curriculum here in The West, are constantly outspoken in the public forum (when it is completely uncalled for) and have a fantastic arsenal of foot soldiers among journalists who openly call for the dehumanization of the opposition. You should not sympathise with those who disagree with you politically, you should crush them if they are anywhere on the right or moderate spectrum.

All of these people hate the West and then I mean HATE with huge bold letters. They openly put pressure on social media giants to stomp out hate speech (meaning those who disagree with them) while they themselves engage in the exact same thing. They proclaim that democracy has ceased to work whenever a nation/country elects a leader that is a nationalist openly calling for an international intervention if their globalist, socialist/communist Utopia vision is jeopardized. This is the scenario in the western world with the exception of eastern-Europe where democracy of course as you’ve probably understood by now – doesn’t work according to columnists and journalists over here.

Anti-West Behaviour.

In Norway our entire teacher-force was gradually replaced with left-wing radicals during the glorious silent revolution, all structure and respect was deconstructed in order to offer an inferior education to children where the focus was/is the great collective rather than the entrepreneurial, hard-working, individual..

What’s most important in the middle of all of this is to bear in mind that the bureaucrats that we have in Europe, or as Americans would call it: the deep state; are/is a socialist/communist policy making elite. And these people not only manipulate data but will cease to collect it if it goes against their world view. They will pass legislation on purpose that makes it difficult, in some cases impossible, for those on the streets to fulfil their duty by keeping their nation and people safe.

They are literally obstructionists but most severely deconstructionists who are hard at work when it comes to the weakening of our continent so that they can proudly erect The New Europe and The New European Man.

Demographic warfare, dysfunctional social engineering and too much focus on welfare rather than institutions meant to strengthen their nation is what our leadership focuses on both in the present and for the future. This is what they work for and this is what they erect.ย Canada,ย The Triumph Of Reason.,Trumpโ€™s Haters.,The UN Declares Genocide Plans For Europe, Russia & Japan.,A Crash Course In Politics. (What It Is And What It Is Not).,Diversity โ€“ Why It Is A Complex Issue.,The Vulnerability of the Poor & Our Shared Cultural Heritage.,The Glorious Hustle.,The British Military & Police Force in Numbers.,Living in the Utopiaโ€ฆโ€ฆ.,How To Be Evil In 2017.

The rhetoric of the left is the sort that leads you into a gulag eventually. This is the inevitable development if they are left unchallenged. They got the power, wield a troubling amount of influence and are clever with their PR and marketing. Yet we are supposed to shake in our boots at the thought of marginal Neo-Nazi groups, the KKK but most alarmingly so-called white supremacists.

We do have problems with supremacists in Europe. Oh yes. Muslim supremacists with zero claim to these territories and then I mean zero. We also got totalitarian lefty supremacists too and they seem to be great in numbers! There is a problem with racism in America, I’ve lived there, it is true: racism towards whites and hispanics! A completely different reality than what we are presented with in the media. There are gangs in America that are violent and dangerous fighting over urban territory, but these are Afro-American and Latino gangs! Yes we do have issues with supremacy, hate and well organised totalitarians, but I’m sorry to tell you that these are not Neo-Nazis. They are few, far between and largely ridiculed by everyone else on the right. If all of a sudden we see a surge in their numbers I think we can wholeheartedly thank the politically correct establishment for pushing everyone away from the moderate left, centre and moderate right. If you are wrongfully accused of being a racist bigot long enough, you might get so tired of it in the end that you actually become one, just because you are sick and tired of the modern left.

Communist groups are very well organised in the States. I’ve written about this before on my blog since I’ve lived over there and was a socially liberal, anti Iraq-war, person back then. I was never associated with any radical groups but I did figure out that:

  1. the communists are very good at befriending and potentially infiltrating the groups of those who assemble peacefully,
  2. they constantly arrange protests around the country bussing people in from all over the place,
  3. they hijack causes and ignorant people to further their own agenda,
  4. they are always recruiting, especially well-meaning people who don’t know what/who they are associating themselves with when they sign petitions and offer donations ,etc;
  5. they seem to be the only grassroots movement in the US who have enough funding and are well organised – there is always an event somewhere and money does not seem to be a problem.

Why is it important that someone who has been exposed to street level diversity and who has seen “the future of Europe and America” (thanks to our glorious silent revolution) speaks up? Because we are being sold false narratives from A to Z. This is greatly endangering us and jeopardising our future.

What’s even worse is that you might think that you are fighting the good fight as you haven’t realised yet that the political agitation from the modern left can best be described as:ย The Battle That Canโ€™t Be Won.ย As theirs is an eternal agitation, an eternal protest because of this:ย Continental Philosophy โ€“ A Graphic Guide.

Donald Trump denounced hate on both sides in regards to those protesting and counter-protesting the removal of a statue in Charlottesville, Virginia, an event which resulted in violence. This protest saw the presence of some Neo-Nazis/racists but it also attracted ANTIFA who are just as bad, if not worseย and Black Lives Matter who are also racists. Needless to say this resulted in some, not exactly friendly, exchanges of a physical nature. I thought that Trump’s tweet was alright-ish in terms of his official reaction, it was a bit lame to see the overused SJW language chosen … but it lashed out at the left as well which was very, very, very good; but when he then fuelled underneath the left-propaganda-machine by singling out those on the right I honestly thought: “now the man has sold out for real.” Those protesting the removal of the statue were right in their concern, we see the same happening over here:What Keeps You Awake At Night?;ย you are not a racist for speaking up against it! Yet Trump isn’t Trump for nothing and brought some much-needed reality to the table by having one hell of a press conference as can be seen below. I’m a massive fan of the fact that he just says it as it is. You cannot destroy your history and the left can no longer be given a free pass. It was a great relief to see this message coming from the president of the U.S.A.

There is little need to fear fringe far-right groups but you should be afraid, in fact very afraid of the modern left and their silent transformation, takeover and remodelling of The West. Their activity is hateful and heinous, and it goes deep.ย Trump is a badass in the video I’ve pasted in, what is not so badass though is the fact that Steve Bannon just got fired:ย Steve Bannon outย &ย Steve Bannon leaves the White House.

 

 

What Keeps You Awake At Night?

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Last night I was heading for bed nice and tired after having spent the day drawing and working on my singing. A good day after months of being ill. Sadly though I ended up sleepless throughout the night since I was distracted by my … *drumroll* … phone.

Right before I was about to disappear into dream-land I decided to take a look at my Instagram to see if anyone was interested in my drawing. The truth is that most are interested in my music, since well … that’s kinda what I’m doing ๐Ÿ˜›

But I was curious. I was happy with my blond guy on the left and included a darker character in my casting to make my younger brother happy.

Of course I shouldn’t have picked up my phone, because as everyone knows, once you do curiosity has a tendency to override all sense and before you know it you’ll be sitting there (or laying there) surfing around since something caught your attention.

In my case I wondered why on earth president Trump was going on about Charlottesville in Virginia. There were statements all over Instagram from members of the Trump administration declaring what a united country America is or how it ought to be united.

So what was this then? Well nobody really said.

So then I went over to Echo-chamber-Google.

Right-wing supremacists clash with anti-fascists it said.

Right.

Next question: why?

Turns out that there is still drama surrounding a statue of General Lee. The political correct establishment want this triggering statue to be removed. If it wasn’t for the fact that these type of sentiments are being echoed over here as well in terms of historical personalities I would probably have thought about it for a second since the South lost the war … but then I would probably have reached the conclusion that one of the things that make The West great is our preservation of history and penchant for critical thought and discussions. The re-writing or censorship of history is a negative activity to engage in or support. I’ll direct the reader’s attention to this scenario that caught my attention when it unfolded. I even wrote a song about it:

“Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Harry Mount described Oxford’s Rhodes Must Fall campaign as the product of “a generation raised to believe that their feelings are all that matter”, arguing that academics had been too indulgent towards student activists.[79]

On 19 January 2016, students at the Oxford Union (a private student debating society, without official endorsement or links to the University) voted 245 to 212 in favour of removing the statue of Rhodes from the campus.[80] Ultimately, on 29 January 2016, it was announced that the statue would remain, after “furious donors threatened to withdraw gifts and bequests worth more than ยฃ100 million” if it was removed.[12][81]”ย Taken from Wikipedia.ย 

Unite The Right they called this march. I’m guessing that they were going to unite everyone in order to protect this statue and to send the message that the left will not be allowed to re-shape and re-write whatever they may like in order to further their own ideology. You cannot hijack or destroy a people’s heritage and history. You can hide behind rainbow flags and pink as much as you like – but the hatred, intolerance and totalitarianism is evident and can be smelled from far away. Intersectionality or intersectionalism is after all what the left engage in, so why shouldn’t conservatives do the same?ย White House Bisexuality Briefing

This march then attracted neo-Nazis doing the Nazi salute… The great irony though is that even if you are totally anti-Nazi – such as myself – you will still be seen as a bigot by those on the modern-left if you simply question Islamic terrorist attacks and racism in Europe. You can even write about how not-racist you are only to be called racist – because how can you not be if you are against replacement migration?ย When People Can Not Process What They Are Reading.

I guess this guy is racist:

In fact I just found out that Google are racists, just look at this:

Good to know that this guy is not racist at all:ย https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2017/08/12/calstatela-muslim-prof-oks-genocide/

Anyway it isn’t uncommon to see these type arguments when it comes to the current “migration crisis” in Europe:

  1. “We were economic migrants when we travelled over to America, so why should we not welcome Africans and Arabs into Europe? After all we are all the same and cultural differences are apparently non-existent as they are just the result of oppression. Social constructs apparently just appear out of nowhere without any connection to the people creating said construct or operating it…If anything we should integrate into their culture when they come over here, as ours is nothing to celebrate. After all there is no such thing as my country or your country, only our planet. Borders are an evil illusion. We are all citizens of the earth. ย Multiculturalism enriches us culturally, it does not result in internal fragmentation, subversion, alienation or division. Demanding that people should ย leave their old ways to fully embrace our ways upon arrival is racist and bigoted. Being an immigrant has nothing to do with being absorbed into your new society – hell no. This is racist as hell. It is also totally unreasonable to support that the native population should always remain a majority. Now why on earth would you ever support this unless you are a Nazi?”
  2. “They are refugees and we were refugees once upon a time, so we need to be empathic and let them all in.”
  3. “We’ve destabilised the Middle East so we need to take in people from countries we’ve bombed as it is our duty. They will of course come into our territories without any hate in their hearts. Any jihadism is just the result of brainwashing or insanity. It has nothing to do with Islam. People will not be Islamists if given jobs or material goods. The moment your feet touches the soil of a European country you’ll instantly become European as if by magic. How can anyone reject our values of openness and tolerance? Any jihadism is just the result of brainwashing or insanity. Materialism will ultimately solve the issue. In fact what issue? We have no issues with Islam or migrants.”
  4. Of course you got the other argument that: “We deserve terrorism since we created the terrorists.” Islam being expansionist or genocidal in the past is never really mentioned, only the so-called golden age of Islam. Nobody seems to wonder why the Spaniards engaged in the Reconquista for example. If Islam was so awesome then why did the Spaniards fight to re-gain control of their territory that somehow ended up under the rule of The Religion of Peace?
  5. If we didn’t bomb these territories then: ” We have a moral obligation to take in an unlimited number of refugees because of former imperialism, the fact that these countries were unable to manage themselves after we left is a result of neo-colonialism.”

The number one rule is that you never win. If you question you are evil for questioning and if you oppose the arguments above you cannot posses any levels of Empathyโ€ฆโ€ฆ.

Here’s the thing though … How can it be emphatic to import these people when we cannot really afford to and our own will suffer as a consequence? There is no added value and no benefit to be gained from replacement migration as it will obviously fundamentally change the culture and values of a society. The entire genetic make up will be radically changed. You build your society and maintain it so that you can give it away to your children, to the future of your tribe. If you decide to engage in cultural and ethnic genocide in a desperate attempt to keep the welfare state going so that the bureaucrats can keep on benefitting – then maybe you should think about where you recruit your “new population” from? So that you can keep your “system” operational????? That is a bit hard to do if people cannot even speak the language or don’t even want to or are illiterate in their own native tongue……..

I will direct the reader’s attention to this entry, which I’ve pinned to the top of my blog because of its importance. I’ve even translated the whole thing from Norwegian to English:ย A Crash Course In Politics. (What It Is And What It Is Not).ย 

Anyway; back to what caught my attention last night.

What do you do if you ‘re a conservative American and you are rightfully concerned about the totalitarian PC-thought-police? If you are a real racist you’ll hate what is happening as you’ll just hate anyone who isn’t white. If you are not a racist but a sensible person you will also hate what is happening since you’ll be worried about the constant attack from the modern-left directed at your culture not to forget all the violence in the streets at the hands of gangs and whatnot. If you are a politically correct modern-leftie you’ll feel that you are fighting the good fight as you are fighting for the removal of a symbol of oppression. Funny enough they’ll also hate what is currently happening since Donald Trump is president as he is a symbol of oppression to these people just like General Lee. They will hate any conservative American politician since progressives don’t believe that history moves in circles – these guys believe that we are moving towards a Utopian Nirvana. So needless to say they’ll consider any conservative as an unfortunate bump in the road towards paradise on earth.

Those who agree with them are enablers Trumpโ€™s Haters.ย You shouldn’t feel any sympathy for them. In fact yesterday I saw this:

When you post a headline saying: Right-wing supremacists clash with anti-fascists. Then it is quite obvious who will gain the most amount of sympathy – at least in the public forum. Who wants to openly support fascism anyway? Who wants to do a Sieg Heil? What do you do when you are rightfully concerned about the state of your country and/or nation? The people on the modern-left are full-time agitators, full-time activists and full-time career politicians. They are non-stop. They are like Samara from The Ring. So while conservatives are busy talking to their relatives, working, reading, thinking, going to church or whatever – you got those fanatics on the left marching, chanting, posting, passing through legislation, putting pressure on local politicians, signing petitions – you name it.

If people on the right then decide to do the same they will instantly be branded as Nazis – even if they are not and if you decide to Unite The Rightย you’ll inevitably catch the attention of those on the genuine far-right – and pictures of people doing the Nazi salute will then become the imagery of your movement since it will strengthen those on the left. Conservatives, classical liberals, in fact a great deal of people will then be distracted by the Sieg Heil. This will be all that they see ย and they’ll do everything in their power to distance themselves from it. If lives then are lost due to the presence of Antifa you’ll see that all blame will be placed on the right whether it is correct or not, because only those on the right can of course be evil, totalitarian and racist. The left are peaceful, they are fighting the good fight, you don’t want to align yourself with Hitler now do you? Can’t you see they are wearing Swastikas? We are the left and we are always against oppression. We are absolutely not totalitarian – in any way. We will just force you to agree with us, why wouldn’t you? We are the nice ones?

So the message is lost.

People forget why others initially marched and people forget that being white and a nationalist doesn’t mean that you’ll automatically worship Hitler or be a racist. Modern lefties can then control the narrative and play the victim card once again, while the world gets a reminder of how white supremacists are the real danger and the real threat. Nobody reacts in the same way if there is an Islamist terrorist attack, then you gotta feel more sorry for the poor Muslims. They are the real victims remember. Entertaining the idea that there might be genuine grievances and worries motivating a right-wing march in Virginia to protect a statue should make you feel ashamed. What actually initiated the march will be lost on a great number of people. You don’t want to be a Nazi now do you? This is the exact same tactic as splashing a picture of a drowned child washed up on a beach in the Mediterranean on the front cover of newspapers. You don’t want kids to drown now do you? We need to rescue the little children down in the Mediterranean! The fact that the majority of these “children” are adult males of fighting age – well … are you a racist? Do you support the drowning of children?ย https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2017/08/10/brit-police-enforce-sharia/

https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2017/08/12/muslim-rape-gang-100s-victims/

https://www.louderwithcrowder.com/migrants-spanish-beach/

I’ve started to wonder what people mean when they say “radicalized online.” Is it because of what people are reading? Or is it because of actual online interaction? The best “radicalization” tool is free-float of information and exposure to reality. In fact reality and truth are very radicalizing….reading history and speaking to older relatives is potentially radicalising. Thinking about what you are reading must surely be the greatest threat?

I oppose the removal of the statue of General Lee. It is a slippery slope. Start removing one and you’ll soon be removing others too. It is a good thing that the statue of Rhodes was not removed over at Oxford because if he had fallen over here, then who’s next? Surely Queen Victoria – the ultimate symbol of the British Empire?

Everything on our continent will be seen as offensive to foreigners who aren’t Christians or Euro-fans. There are busloads of Asian tourists traveling around Europe every single day. Chinese and Japanese looking tourists amazed at what they see over here, fans of our culture. There are immigrants who vote conservative as they love living in Europe – they are grateful, they are fans. We do not need the ideological crusade of the modern-left or militant Islamists and we cannot handle hordes of confused Africans. This is Europe and it is ours. Deal with it. General Lee is part of your history America. Deal with it and move on.

Trump’s Haters.

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Trump is guilty of being Trump and not just that – he is a republican president. That’s all you need in order to get hate mail left-right-and-centre.

As a Trump fan I decided to actually take the time to read open letters of complaint to the current president of the United States of America. Writing public hate mail to the president seems to be the favourite pastime of any major publication. The best one so far being the Rolling Stone front cover featuring a smug looking Justin Trudeau with the headline: “Why can’t he be our President?”

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The media and celebrity crusade is an ongoing never-ending effort that will only come to an end when Trump leaves office or be temporarily shut down if Trump rescues America from a potential nuclear holocaust or any other apocalyptic crisis.

So how did I end up reading this?

Well it all started when I came across a Guardian column called “This Week in Patriarchy,” any column with such a title will of course catch my attention as this is precisely the kind of battle cry that 3rd wave feminists repeat over and over and over and over and over and over. This is so descriptive of the current political orthodoxy that I just had to screenshot it:

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My curiosity then led me to an article authored by the same woman, but this time for Marie Claire.ย Which Kind Of Trump Woman Are You?ย According to Valenti there is only one kind of “Trump Woman” : A fool.

I then came across another entry over at Marie Claire where she writes:

“The idea of universal female disdain for this president is a nice fantasy, but if we’re going to effectively fight back against Trump, we can’t afford to empathize with his enablers.”

We ย can’t afford to empathise with his enablers. Hmm … charming. She also writes:

“But conservative women aren’t unwitting pawns, and Melania and Ivanka don’t deserve an ounce of sympathy nor the benefit of the doubt.”

Now an interesting detail to note is that this smiling and charming looking Valenti woman, who doesn’t exactly seem that friendly when one looks at what she actually writes … has released another entry over at The Guardian where she laments that Facebook are not doing enough to stomp out hate-speech.

Hang on a second. Hate speech? So this Valenti woman can engage in that practise as much as she wants, but FB better get their act together and start hunting down those … ehm … other people guilty of the type of hate speech that Valenti does not approve of?

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Just take a look at how funny this actually is. Here I’ve pasted in Valenti’s FB-has-to-combat-hate-speech-entry with her own hateful entry in Marie Claire underneath it:ย 

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Here we go again:

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While reading about Rumsfeld I couldn’t help but notice certain suggested articles and had to see what these were all about….

Here we see the common narrative of “the president is being lazy.” Bush was accused of this; he was only playing golf apparently. Obama was guilty of this; he was never really working. Now Trump joins the club of ” presidents who just sat on their ass – according to their critics.” At this point there is simply no way that anyone can buy into this cheesy accusation and lame attempt at character assassination. Only young punks in their teens who don’t know any better will actually look at this and go: “wow!” Also note this disdain for New Jersey. That’s not very inclusive now is it? I thought that conservatives and “rednecks” and backwards “hillbillies” were supposed to be the narrow-minded, excluding ones. But here you got this Trump hater who funny enough is being rude towards the people of New Jersey. Hmm … what about the rights and the grievances of the people of Somerset County?ย Trump’s Holiday.

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A quiet White House Is The Most Frightening Yet … because a leaking White House would be so much better:

“The most important tool for the millions of Americans who seek to hold President Trump accountable for his actions is information. The only way being governed by this White House gets scarier is if that pipeline disappears altogether.”

I have to admit that Jay Willis is a very entertaining writer in contrast to Valenti who is a hate-preacher regardless of what she might be thinking herself. The best one on this short list is from the very well-respected journalist Glenn Greenwald writing a serious article in The Intercept:ย A very good article, regardless of your political affiliation.

I came across his article while I was searching for a quote from Ret. General Tommy Franks.

I became a fan of Greenwald when he reported on our increased 1984-reality some years ago. I might not agree with everything he writes/stands for, but the above article that I linked to is excellent.

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