The Heated Topic Of Immigration Wordlwide & What Sovereignty Actually Means.

There is a proposal on the table that apparently will be voted on and discussed later this month, concerning making it illegal to be a critic of mass-migration, and I guess its effects, which are notable (historically speaking). This is to be done in order to initialize and/or continue with mass migration into Europe without any criticism. I wonder if this makes it illegal to review and talk about History books and/or whether or not it will also make it illegal to write that Norway was converted by the sword, which was the case, only that it was the sword of Christianity. History gives us the key to who we are and what sort of challenges we might face as nations/individuals and how to tackle these …  Here is the video:

http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/criticism-of-immigration-will-be-banned-in-europe/

Ok … now over to what I was actually going to write about:

I was quite surprised when I read an article a while back about anti-immigration riots in South Africa. It was of interest since it depicted Africans demonstrating against other Africans entering into their territory. I linked to the article here on my site and here I’ve found a video about anti-immigration sentiments in Israel.

Once again it illustrates how we all tackle a lot of the same issues regardless of where we live. With our current technology it makes it increasingly easier to compare cultures and how different population groups react to the same challenges.

What is of particular interest in the video is how the two Israeli women start shouting at one another since they disagree about whether or not they should take in the migrants.

Attitudes and behaviours that Westerners seem to regard as outdated are well and alive in other parts of the world, which you quickly realise when reading about the persecution of Christians.

Enforcing certain values and a clear identity will not happened quietly as anything that falls on the outside of the spectrum has to be removed or silenced. This paints a brutal picture that feels foreign in today’s “liberated” Western world of “Thou What Thou Wilt.” It makes sense to say that “when you go to Rome you do as the Romans” and unless you do have an unhealthy fixation on, let’s say, Islam; it makes sense to say that if you live in a Muslim majority country, then once again “you do as the Romans.”

You are a guest; which is why you’ll have to pay your respects or re-locate.

When observing how “respecting other’s sovereignty” plays out in practise though it actually means that you quietly stand by as genuine minorities (such as LGBTQ characters in Russia) are treated poorly, while political dissenters are sent into camps  (China), while it also means silently supporting terrifying human-rights violations (Saudi Arabia) all in the name of respecting “sovereignty” and a claim to practise ones “identity.”

Even in Western societies that are officially trying to be “bring-your-own-beer-countries”; they do want to enforce something, which is a normless society. This means that if you actually do stand for what has traditionally been the identity of your territory, well then you must be a bad-guy. Having “no-identity” becomes the identity, in this strange, awkward case. There is no culture, there is no heritage, there is no history, there is no nothing. Only a territory that you define upon your arrival. 

Even though I’ve been writing about how important it is to respect a Nations sovereignty and identity, I have to admit that in this I’ve failed on a small-scale by sending words of comfort out to persecuted Christians who in some cases are breaking the rules of the territory that they find themselves in by possessing a Bible and/or being open about their beliefs.

I’m also failing at “bringing my own beer” into identity-less Western territories as I’ve always integrated. This though becomes an issue if you live in a territory where “a deconstruction” is taking place. It means that you are aligned with the old (what the territory used to be) rather than the new (what the territory is becoming).

This might then oddly enough transform you into a dissenter by you successfully integrating into an established identity that is being killed on purpose by whatever establishment…..

Another example of sovereignty violation is this: if environmental pollutants are to be fought against effectively it also means being “rude,” since boots on the ground will be necessary in Africa and Asia to crack down on the worst “climate-offenders;” so there goes your peace and respect for sovereignty!

I wonder sometimes if  outspoken celebrities and spokespeople truly understand the natural conclusion of what they are stating and supporting….If you are an actual eco-warrior, well then you can’t respect anyone’s Sovereignty!

Pollution is really and truly a global problem, and we in the West are not the worst offenders.

I’m mentioning this to showcase how difficult  it can be to have certain stated principles, only to realise that things might not be as easy as previously thought…

It might also be worth mentioning that global corporations can in some ways operate like “one world governments” for the simple reason that they are their own thing completely and are everywhere, regardless of Nation or Continent.

Their influence is greater than anything else I’m sure.

National Sovereignty is consistently disrespected by world leaders who initiate sanctions and/or declare war against the leadership of other Nations, who they deem unfit to rule. Hence, no respect for sovereignty, nor the enforcement of National Identity.

The reason for this is probably due to how painful it actually is to witness Nation-State enforcement of territorial identity and also (in most cases I’m guessing) how unprofitable it is if Nation States break away from unions where so-and-so is/are the decision maker/s and/or big player/s.

Back to the migration issue; people are protective of their environment because they don’t want to lose out on their resources, which is one of the reasons as to why people have trough the ages “fortified their positions.” Something that is illegal in today’s Western Europe, unless you are a member of the establishment…..

Previous enforcement of ones right to be in a territory is also why we have distinct population groups, because group such and such was not erased by being absorbed into someone else’s “thing.” Hence in order to have a Nation and secure the continuation of said Nation you actually have to exclude, which a lot of people instinctively do; but this is never going to look pretty, especially not on a large-scale, which is what I’m talking about in this entry.

This of course makes an “open world” scary since it is a dangerous illusion; nobody is really interested in being squeezed out, not even those who are initially “open and inclusive,” when all of a sudden they wake up to find out that they have become a minority and that their claim to whatever territory and influence is null and void.

Their definition of their territory that they once upon a time wanted to generously share with others, have slipped and doesn’t include them any more. They simply lost it.

(It might be an idea to note that citizenship also becomes bizarre in “an open world” since citizenship is merely a piece of paper in this case. You territory belongs to everyone, and anyone can be of your territory. The same can be said of legislation tackling digital abuse and scams online. What you get is digital-global-anarchy since a criminal operation from one Nation abusing the member of another cannot really be prosecuted. Which governing body is supposed to police human interactions over the global internet?)

There are those who clearly do not see the arrivals of large hordes of other population groups as problematic. This is precisely why the arguing becomes so ugly, because those who end up being exposed to these transformations have a tendency of being very loud and extremely upset when their home-areas change suddenly. Especially if trust breaks down and inter-racial and/or inter-ethnic violence (the targeting of those who are not part of your in-group) becomes a thing.

The same can be noted now with anti-immigration sentiments here on the continent, that would appear to be reserved for Africans and Arabs primarily, but are also extended to other European Nationalities as well, in addition to heated arguments between individuals who look just the same (due to being members of the same Nation), because of disagreements over whether or not EurAbia or EurAfrica ought to be forcefully created, regardless of the human cost in the process.

I think it can be argued with certainty that trying to unite Europeans was a challenge great enough, just like trying to unite Africa is a monumental challenge due to inter-Racial diversity.

Now it can be witnessed that it is all falling apart here in “Europe,” since it was simply “too much, too quickly, too soon.” Rather than admitting that this has all been a spectacular political failure (unless you want chaos) the political establishment in Brussels appear hellbent on forcing their vision on everyone else, regardless of whether or not people actually want this in great numbers…

Things are already getting ugly since the survival of one “ideological vision” in this case, means the destruction of the other.

The good news is: that this is how humans behave, regardless of where they might be….

Here is one case of internal dissent in Germany and a proposed solution by a French academic:

https://sputniknews.com/europe/201811101069694506-german-military-plot-spoiled/

https://foreignpolicy.com/2017/05/01/the-german-military-has-a-neo-nazi-problem-extremism-right-wing-terrorism/

http://freewestmedia.com/2017/11/18/french-academic-proposes-muslim-apartheid-state-in-france/

Cellphone Usage Linked To Cancer, Cultural Enrichment in Germany, & A Friendly Reminder That Winter Is Coming!

That moment when it’s late in the evening and you think to yourself: “hey, I’m releasing a new album tomorrow & I think I need to remind my followers,” only to log into a social media account and be greeted by this:

growing pains

I guess that this falls under the category of “growing pains” in order to successfully establish EurAfrica or EurAbia or whatever they want to call the boat…

For some strange reason it brings back fond memories of an entry a wrote a while back, where I went back in time to describe why on earth I support an armed population.

You will never think about self-defence or weapons until you feel like you need them!

Just like Americans have dreams, well so do the various Nations of Europe have dreams; the people who live on this continent deserve to pursue happiness without having their paths obstructed by evil such as this: The People’s Democratic Republic of Europe.

On that note I’ll add a link to an article I saw a while back about cellphones being linked to cancer. An increasing number of young people are coming down with brain tumours. Not good, not good at all.

Beware of your phone!!!

With those things in mind I might add that I’ve been thinking lately that every generation has to deal with existential threats, the issue with today’s society is that we have been “domesticated” to such an extent as humans that we don’t necessarily see any. I somewhat touched upon our general vulnerability in this entry of mine 30 Reasons To Be Grateful And/Or Things To Look For… and hope that maybe that will alert some of my followers or others who might bump into this blog. My own foraging this year was not exactly successful, so I’m hoping that we’ll have a merciful winter, with plenty of food, water and power!

When You Try To Grow Pumpkins….

Oh yes … by the way … there is an album launch tomorrow & I’ll also be doing a LIVE stream on my YouTube channel on Friday! So see you then! Toodle-oo!

A Brilliant Article Worth Reading.

This is an open letter written to the French President. It is very good and delivers some stellar points. I would highly recommend reading it.

“It would appear that American nationalists have historically cared more about your country than you do.”

As a side-note it is worth mentioning that the centralisation seen in Norway, just to pick an example, function as a way to erase Norwegian identity. I’ve spoken about it with my brother before, and my mother actually just brought it up as well. If you want to know a territory and a people it is worth going out into the country since major cities won’t tell you much.

When you then wage “war” against the districts, turning villages and hamlets into desolate “ghost towns,” you’ll force everyone to cluster in the major cities and towns, which means that charming architecture, dialects, quirky habits and traditions all go down the toilet.

As I’ve mentioned before on this blog of mine; my dad complained to me last year that “everything looks the same now in Europe.” He lamented how London used to have so much character and how Europe’s capitals now all look increasingly “streamlined.” It would appear that this call for “diversity” doesn’t include those of us who are native to these territories and as I’ve also mentioned before it doesn’t really include anyone else’s true identity either, since shock ensues whenever the mainstream media (or anyone else) reports that mass importing people from Africa and the Middle East doesn’t just include getting fancy-dress and spicy food…..

 

 

Censorship, Freedom & Sovereignty In “Europe.”

All of a sudden, out of nowhere, like a lightening bolt out of the blue, I couldn’t read certain news sites anymore since they had been “blocked by the EU.”

This literally happened over-night.

I took some screenshots of it, since I was planning to write about how the European territory is becoming increasingly like some “Soviet-spin-off.”

living in the EU

It is an interesting thing to experience since nobody really refers to themselves as “European” nor do anyone refer to their own territory as part of “Europe.”

“This is the U.K., Europe equals everyone else.”

“This is Scandinavia, Europe (again) equals everyone else.”

Yet the E.U. has the power to decide what ought to be accessed and read by everyone who lives under their jurisdiction, which certainly raises the question of national sovereignty….

It is also of interest since we learn about the Soviet Union in school and how horrible it was that “people were spied on,” that there was “limited freedom of speech,” that “information was being controlled,” etc;

In our “Western territories” we have “freedom of speech” as one of our “golden values,” which is of interest when considering that there are other territories on this planet who have no freedom of speech at all officially, which sounds horrid, but at least give people clearer guide-lines. Maybe “freedom of speech” is an illusion to crack down on dissenters? It can certainly be used that way I’m sure … you think you have freedom of speech, but oooops, apparently you do not.

In the same spirit I was going to write about the social media site GAB, that was all of a sudden shut down and mysteriously removed. Just like the E.U. censorship, that too happened remarkably quickly. The reason given was that the Synagogue-shooter over in the U.S.A. had a profile on their site. For some strange unexplainable reason though, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube still stand, despite being linked to Islamic terrorists, drug cartels, ethnic cleansing and major data leaks. The list of extremist (and unethical) behaviour goes on, which naturally will make one wonder: what sort of extremism is considered less extreme or more acceptable than others? A good question indeed….

GAB 1

I myself, have been trying to watch some of Donald J. Trump’s rally speeches via YouTube, but whenever I’ve tried to check out what he is actually doing and saying at his events, “the spinning wheel of doom” appears out of nowhere and I’m literally prevented from watching. If I manage to stream a speech, it doesn’t take long before everything “hangs” which means that I have to refresh my window indefinitely, since the problem doesn’t go away … mysteriously enough….

Yesterday I finally managed to watch my first rally, courtesy of my mother.

The energy level and the optimism could be felt all the way from America. It was a patriotic, enthusiastic speech that energised the huge crowd present.

There was nothing divisive, nothing hateful, nothing loathsome.

Since I’ve lived in the U.S. on several occasions I’ve seen for myself the derelict state of their country, it makes me happy to see that there is an effort in place to get America back on its feet. We need the same drive and optimism over here in “Europe” for sure; a country that looses faith in itself is a country that will cease to exist.

CENSORSHIP EU

The Accuracy Of History.

I’m becoming increasingly worried about the accuracy of “History” when following the news cycle and witnessing how stories are pinned and framed. To say that I find this worrying would be a major understatement.

Certain events are re-furnished, re-packaged and visibly falsified, yet if you repeat something long enough, it sadly seems to stick, eventually reaching the status of “truth”.

I’m living in the hope that historians see beyond whatever popular chanting that is the norm in their time, and that we are actually looking at genuine truths when looking at the past. I’m starting to have my doubts if the behaviour we witness today is testimony  to what people have been up to before…  Hopefully there will be a small grain of truth left regarding how our present will be re-told to future generations….

American conservative politicians have already been physically attacked due to their political opinions. Violently attacked. I didn’t feature those news stories on here, but I followed them with great horror and worry.

Now there is a new cycle of street-level political-terror, but no one really seems to be putting this into the correct context, completely omitting that street-level political violence have been filmed and broadcasted from across the pond for a while actually, depicting people being physically attacked for wearing a MAGA hat, for example.

There’s been instances of anti-austerity protests in Europe that have gotten quite violent, with one of the strangest locations targeted for vandalism being the “Cereal Killer” “coffee shop” in London. Why such a place would attract such behaviour can only be explained in what they unknowingly or unwillingly represent: gentrification. Which simply means that safety is an illusion. You never know, and that’s all you’ll ever know.

There were scary riots in Croydon, there is a state of chaos in various French and Swedish territories due to cultural enrichment, but to claim that these hostilities and clashes are only race and/or ethnicity based is false. There is a political element that divides people who look just the same, whether you are looking at foreigners who bring their tribal feuds with them into Europe, various European tribes openly arguing about how to handle the invasion/migration crisis, and outrageously angry inter-group arguments due to profound ideological division. I therefore fail to see why there are some who seem so very keen on further destabilisation. In short: it already looks like a f*@% mess.

In fact, when looking at some of the material that is out there regarding inter-European arguing we can very well be approaching a specific point that triggers a whole domino effect of state initiated political-violence. In fact it is remarkable that it hasn’t happened already, all things considered. You can sense a certain dread, a disrespect, an annoyance, a contempt, between European decision makers when observing footage of them interacting, or reading about their whereabouts. The most troubling signs of a continent in total decay are actually the small things, because these bear witness of turbulent situations that are not under control but that are rather bubbling up to the surface, all of a sudden becoming visible in the mainstream. It’s all in the small side-comments, the sarcasm, the ridicule, accusations of mental disorders, threats of imprisonment, the hold back of money if people don’t take in more migrants, etc; It all looks like a landscape where everything will of a sudden be thrown into absolute turmoil, because it already is … under the surface.

It is vital to understand these situations. It is vital to look at the provocateurs, what causes the reaction, the poking, what stirs people. Yet we are apparently not supposed to do this, and this, ironically enough comes from those who would chant “Never Again” and that history has to be studied so that crimes against humanity are not repeated….

How can you expect history to stand still if you refuse to look at things critically and in-depth?

Why did Charlottesville happen? Why were there people there in the first place? Was it because there was a movement to remove a statue due to it being deemed politically incorrect? Isn’t it so that there are individuals over here who also want to remove culturally/historically offensive statues? Isn’t it so that there is a movement to de-whitefy our culture in a territory that isn’t even African or Arab? We are after all talking about European Nations. Our territories, population groups and cultures are old. Very old.

Why did people vote from President Donald J.Trump? What is it really like to live in the U.S.A.? What is it like to live in Urban-America? Did America look like a country that was doing well for itself, financially, culturally, before Trump? Or did it seem like a country on its deathbed?

How is it like to live in the territory commonly referred to as Europe? Why are people angry? Are they angry perhaps since they are being forced to share living space with imported people who don’t come from Eastern Europe or other parts of the continent, but people who come from Africa and the Middle East? Are people upset perhaps because they are losing their Nations and their cultures? Are people maybe upset because they end up being the targets of violence? Because they feel wronged, forgotten?Or are people upset because they sense that their safety is rocked due to what they see and/or hear about from other territories and then align this with their own situation?

It is rather difficult to not get upset if several parts of your continent is being recklessly compromised. It is unrealistic to expect complacency. What is also dangerous are those who in a state of panic start suggesting all sorts of petitions that are worded clumsily, because they don’t dare to call a spade a spade, potentially throwing a great deal of people under the bus, by formulating suggestions for legislation that would incriminate pretty much everyone. The pitfalls are endless, innumerable.

Yet if you understand President Donald J.Trump’s popularity or you support him you are allegedly an enemy of the people….

No.

You are not, but I think that there is one enemy who’ll always be loathed more than any other, and it is that brother or sister of yours who tells you the truth or God forbid: that you are wrong.

In practise that individual isn’t really you’re enemy, but you’ll perceive it as such when you feel slighted, and it is precisely in a moment like that, when “the slighted” might feel like striking back; and it is in the response to a reaction such as that, that it is determined whether you are going to war or not.

Preferably not.

Yet with humans being so profoundly irrational, then what can ever be expected?

The Downward Spiral Of Curiosity & Honesty.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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