Radicals On A Non-Stop Crusade.

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I lately made the decision to write opinion pieces by hand; with the intention of digitalizing and publishing them after some days/weeks of further reflection. However I came across a peculiar article this evening displaying how profound the wish is to wage a non-stop war against everything our shared heritage is.

I find this to be very saddening as there seems to be a complete lack of will to calm down this well-organised crusade. In one of my latest opinion pieces (which I wrote in an analogue fashion) I described a political drama unfolding in Norway; where a very popular political figure was squeezed out by the bureaucracy & the opposition (who had one of their worst election years ever), based on a Facebook post. Their actions showed a total lack of respect towards the democratic will of the people, and that they, as part of the establishment will do anything to get “roadblocks” out-of-the-way. Nothing can be allowed to disrupt the silent, fundamental, core, transformation. (As a side note it is of interest to mention that another radical Norwegian politician suggested that the time has come for a new National Anthem, that can reflect Norway as it is today…)

Anyway back to the other story; The Facebook post that provoked all of this, was very short and called for the withdrawal of citizenship IF citizens fight with foreign terrorist groups, (to summarise)…I read one opinion piece about the matter, where it was argued that the viewpoint was a “slippery slope,” which it is, IF the targeted enemy groups are not clearly identified in the legislation.ย BUT the Facebook post is only made complicatedย due to how post-modernist societies define citizenship….This definition is, as of today, completely open to interpretation – but this was not always the case!

One would think that people would react with gratitude and be incredulously happy when given the opportunity to participate in societies that do not belong to them; not even by proxy, geographic proximity, or through “free-float-of-goods-and-people.”

But alas, I guess this is all wishful thinking.

Whenever the member of a minority group is officially elected to hold office in a foreign territory, this can in many ways be seen as the ultimate victory dance by those who adopted said alien. There is no greater victory than to get the children of those you have bombed or marginalised in the past to fight your cause, or promote the interests of your Nation. Yet our arrogance and conviction of our values’ superiority is proving to be our own undoing. We feel fantastic and proud in our egalitarianism, ย but this shot at equality will not result in equilibrium if there is no gratitude or assimilation from the other end. Rather you’ll find yourself as the duped party, standing there in all your self-congratulatory might, only to realise that your days are numbered; and that you are sandwiched between an enemy you aided into power and a raging fury from your very own men.

On that note I’m pasting in what inspired me to write this evening.

It is of great interest that radical, fundamentally, Anti-American, groups and individuals, are still active in the U.S.A. today. I’ve written before and I’ll say it again; it appeared to me when I lived there (many years ago) that these groups are the only ones who are really and truly well-organised. There is apparently no end to the funding as they bus people in from the whole country; they have their community organisers out, who’ll easily crash non-communist, peaceful, pro-American groups, all in the name of recruitment. They’ll get you to sign your name in good faith unto petitions and seemingly well-intended initiatives, only to phone you up later, hoping that maybe they can recruit you as a foot soldier – whether you are a citizen or not. Deception is key. These people have their passports and have their rights, but rather than leaving their country behind, they make the decision to stay, for the simple reason that they want to fight the beast from within. They remain and get their hands dirty politically, since they are on a mission. They do not like their country, in fact they abhor it! Completely and totally.

This “mission” evidently has supporters and foot soldiers within all levels of society, which is precisely why an article like the one above can even be a thing.

Considering how much our societies have changed in The West, to appease all sorts of various movements, it could be an idea to at least contemplate, even if it is just for a second, how very fortunate we are. Apparently there is no desire for such a thing.

 

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?

How Will The Future Pan Out?

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What you worry about truly depends on what you are part of and/or what you do for a living. This is something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately after watching some videos with Elon Musk. He seems rather fixated on an A.I. takeover.

As a tech-illiterate individual this is an interesting worry to hear about, since mine of course differs. I worry about a very ethnomasochistic pop-culture + incompatible parallel societies within Europe (or The West) – resulting in our Nations descending into tribalism and internal national division (rather than having high-trust, civic-minded Nations) – potentially resulting in localised civil-war-ish (or full-blown) tensions/conflicts all around our continent. What bugs me to no end is that we might even get more division between Native European Ethnic groups, as the rise in Nationalism does not necessarily equal a Eurocentric focus. I think this is a shame, not because I support the EU in its current configuration, but because I love the idea of strong sovereign European Nations standing side by side through trade agreements and/or a military alliance. This differs from a Europe where Nations are turned into provinces governed from Brussels, not to forget that we are currently facing a continental threat and a continental problem, due to self-destructive initiatives. The idea of European groups standing together though, celebrating our awesome heritage, is kind of awesome in my opinion. So it will suck if the current “cultural enrichment” fiasco results in complete and total fragmentation, in addition to total, unhinged, racism. Being opposed to replacement migration is one thing, hating on everything and anyone is quite another. If this nightmare becomes a reality then I’ll say that I feel lucky that I grew up in Europe when I did. This worry of mine is not a worry that is properly formulated by government figures though, who are obsessed with conventional warfare and state actors, such as China and/or Russia.

The environmentalists on the other hand see a climate induced apocalypse, and see this as the greatest threat to the planet and all of mankind; whereas establishment celebrities are on a crusade against the Trump administration and the so-called “straight-white-male-patriarchy,” with conservatives jumping off the Trump-train if they disagree with one action by the current U.S. President. You will not get everything on your wish-list fulfilled when you cast your vote for a political candidate, if that was the case you would have to have a King; but you wouldn’t be voting for a King now would you, if the top position in the hierarchy was determined by birth-right! On the other hand there are more radical protesters and movements who denounce the political/governmental infrastructures completely and totally, since they seem to believe that a total “system-reset” is necessary. Out with the old and in with the new.

Not to forget all of the various political denominations within and outside governing bodies pulling in all sorts of different directions without necessarily being “revolutionary,” in addition to religious groups, ethnic groups, private interest groups and whatnot.

It can be tricky to know for sure which worries are the most imminent or legitimate ones. One day I published this entry, for example:ย The Death Of Privacy & Humanity., only to come across this horrid article some days later, which certainly made me wonder about my previous statements. The number looks obscene. Is this news story really true? :/

Wow, that's a lot of people. I had no idea. Journalists claim that the UK's commitment to reduce its carbon footprint is to blame, since many #Brits can't afford to heat up their homes ๐Ÿ˜ณ I've been expressing my concern in the past on my #blog regarding #England's lack of preparedness when it comes to #snow ๐Ÿ™„ The supermarkets emptied quickly like they always do, since everything shuts down ๐Ÿ™„ I guess I'm grateful we had our #fireplace re-opened – #norwegians know the importance of a proper fire ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป I can't believe that many died just because of the cold ๐Ÿ˜ณ #winter #winterinengland #uk #greatbritain #england #livinginengland #deathtoll #godbless #rip #london #climatechange #climate

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Then I watched this horror about child abuse in show biz….

….now I’m thinking that maybe this is the best advice…..

The Best Video To Be Made In Our Age! – When the truth can only be told by comedians!

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This video is a must watch for anyone. Spot on. No wonder we Norwegians have our jokes about the Swedes! And they are not the only ones who match this portrayal!

Incase the video is removed by the tech-Gestapo/STASI then you can search for Jonatan Spang and his sketch regarding Swedish political correctness, I haven’t laughed this much in ages! A must see for anyone! But I guess the female officer “was just following orders,” I wonder which other group used that as an excuse after a certain World War! I wonder who?

Ancient Greek Myths – The Universe, The Gods, And Mortals told by Jean-Pierre Vernant.

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Those who’ve experienced the elementary education offered in Southern European countries can consider themselves lucky, as you really get an introduction to the “Western Civilisation” perspective, rather than the post-modern version void of “the classics.” I remember how we had several volumes of history books for each school year, thick books as well, that offered way more than what my peers and relatives were presented with up North. I recall that the Italian public school system was four years ahead the Norwegian one which is quite something to think about. Even though that was the case there was little that was given away when it came to WW2 and these type of things, probably because of Italy’s role, I can only assume.

If you find yourself in a similar situation to mine, there will be a need for a brush up at one point or the other, which is precisely why I decided to check out the Greek Myths once again.

Some of it made me remember, some of it was new. It was an interesting read and a reminder of how people find new ways to express the same ideas and concepts. The idea of a death ray, for example, is nothing new, as “War of The Worlds” echoes the evil Cyclops who can grill you with their eye, the same can be said of Maleficent from ย “The Sleeping Beauty” , which brings to mind the story of the Golden Apple, thrown into the midst of a party by a disgruntled entity who was not invited, (indirectly or directly depending on how you want to look at it,) starting or laying the foundation for the Trojan War.

Jean-Pierre Vernant is an extremely gifted writer, the preface was stellar and the main text was impossible to put down. I would highly recommend this work!

It is especially interesting to notice how women are being portrayed. There is this popular myth out there that Christianity was created to oppress women in particular, like a vicious plot, since women were empowered under paganism. However, it certainly doesn’t come across as such, when reading how “sexist” the Greek Myths are/were; with the first woman being practically blamed for everything, much like Eve in Christianity. I have not read the Norse Myths yet, but female characters are apparently severely sidelined with male entities of war taking centre stage. This is of course very interesting when thinking about modern narratives…..I’m assuming that our current age of egalitarianism is unprecedented; at least that is the impression I have as of now; but I might come across something that will change my mind in the future.

Here are some cool quotes from the work; as always: I choose to highlight what I consider to be of interest, it is always best to read the original text in its entirety….

How women are described in Greek Mythology.

“Now, the stories show this Pandora, like her whole genos-the whole “race” of feminine women who descended from her – with a particular characteristic: She is always dissatisfied, demanding, self-indulgent. She is never content with what there is; she wants to be sated, surfeited.”

“…Pandora has a voracious appetite, she never stops eating, she must always be sitting at the table … But any household with a woman in it will develop that insatiable voracious hunger. In this sense the situation is similar to what occurs in beehives …”

“Similarly in the human households, on one hand there are the men, who sweat over the fields, break their backs digging the furrows, tend the grain and then gather it; and on the other hand, inside the houses sit the women who – like the drones – ย  swallow up the harvest.”

“Not only does she swallow up and exhaust all the resources, but that is precisely a woman’s main reason for seducing a man: What she’s after is the barn … she sings the young bachelor her big seduction aria because she actually has her eye on the grain stores. And every man – like Epimetheus before them, all agog, transfixed by her looks – every man falls captive.”

“Indeed, woman, the wife, is a fire burning up her husband constantly, day after day, desiccating him and making him old before his time.”

“If a man marries, his life will pretty certainly be hell, unless he happens on a very good wife, which is extremely rare. Conjugal life is thus and inferno – misery after misery. On the other hand, if a man does not marry, his life could be a happy one: He would have his fill of everything, he would never lack for anything – but at his death, who will get his accumulated wealth? It will be scattered, into the hands of relatives for whom he has no particular affection. If he marries it is a catastrophe, and if he doesn’t, it’s another kind of catastrophe. Woman is two different things at once: She is the paunch, the belly devouring everything her husband laboriously gathered at the cost of his effort, his toil, his fatigue; but that belly is also the only one that can produce the thing that extends a man’s life – a child.”

The greatest threat to men:

“Throughout the long journey to follow, at every moment, behind all Odysseus’s adventures with his companions, this forgetting – the erasure of any memory of the homeland, any desire to return to it – forgetting is the constant danger, the evil.”

How the mob is described in Greek Mythology.

“Men make too much racket. There is the ethereal, silent realm where the gods withdraw to think and gaze upon one another, and then there are these humans, jumping about and agitating, shouting themselves hoarse with quarreling. So from the gods’ standpoint, a good war every now and then solves the problem: back to peace and quiet.”

“… the gods shift over to men the responsibility for decisions they shy from, the same way they sent them the misfortunes or baleful fates they wanted to avoid for themselves.”

How the Greeks identified gender….

“He sees some fifty girls there; Achilles does not stand out among them. Odysseus opens his sack and displays cloth and needlework, clips and jewels, and forty-nine of the girls crowd around to exclaim over his trinkets. But one of them hangs back, indifferent.

Odysseus then takes out a dagger, and that pretty little girl lunges for it. Outside the walls a battle trumpet blares: panic in the women’s quarters, the forty-nine girls dart away with their bits of frippery, while just one – with a dagger in hand – heads for the marching music.

Odysseus has unmasked Achilles just as Nestor unmasked Odysseus – and Achilles in turn is ready to go to war.”

“Identitarians” ย according to the Greeks:

” … Those who embodied the unconditional attachment to the unchanging, who proclaimed the need to preserve traditional values against whatever is other from themselves, against whatever questions them or forces them to see themselves differently – these “identitarians,” the Greek citizens confident of their superiority – are the very ones who topple over into absolute otherness, into horror, into the monstrous.”

Just like the Vikings described men of the East as effeminate, well so did the Greeks.

” … Pentheus harbours the idea that a monarch’s role is to uphold a hierarchical system in which men take their proper place, women stay at home, foreigners are not let in, and Asia – the East – is considered to be populated by effeminate folk in the habit of obeying a tyrant’s orders, whereas Greece is populated by free men.”

How feminists are described in the Greek Myths…

” His mother snatches up her son’s severed head, sticks it on the tip of a thyrsus, and marches about in delight with the thing, which in her delirium she imagines to be the head of a young lion or bull impaled on the end of her pike. … she boasts of having been hunting with the men and like a man, of showing herself to be even better at hunting than they. With that mob of demented, blood-spattered women, Agave goes over to Dionysus, who is still garbed as a priest.”

How Warriors are described by the Greeks:

” Cadmus does as instructed … sows the dragon’s teeth. Hardly has he finished than from each tooth springs up a warrior – already full grown and armed in military gear, with helmet, shield, sword, lance, leg guards, and breastplate. Once up and out of the ground, they eye one another with contempt, snarl, and hurl challenges the way men do who live for slaughter, warfare, and belligerent violence – soldiers through and through. Cadmus understands that they could easily turn on him.”

When offered immortality Odysseus turns it down, since he values his family way more, not evenย his encounter with Achilles can change his mind:

“Odysseus had visited the land of the dead; there among the spectres he had heard Achilles say how dreadful it is to be dead, how this phantom with no life or consciousness that a person becomes – this nameless shade – is the very worst future a man can imagine. And now, after his long journey and all his ordeals, Calypso offers him the chance to be immortal and to stay forever young, no longer to fear death and old age.”

“What Achilles says in The Odyssey is the opposite of what The Iliad proclaimed: that Achilles had the choice between a short, glorious life and a long life without glory, and he had never hesitated or doubted for a moment: He would choose a glorious life and heroic death in the flower of youth, because the glory of a short life ending in a fine death was worth far more than anything else. Now he says exactly the opposite: Once a man dies, given the choice he would rather be a poor louse-ridden peasant alive in the most benighted backwater of Greece than great Achilles in the world of the dead.”

What Odysseus sees when he visits death:

“They form a vague mass of beings who used to be individual persons but can no longer be distinguished. From that mass swarming past him there rises a terrifying, unidentified sound. They have no name, they do not speak; it is chaotic noise.”

The island of the sun god.

“The place does belong to the sun, that all-seeing eye.”

Sirens at work:

“But meanwhile, even as these beauties are revealing the Truth with a capital T … their island is ringed by a mass of corpses, flesh decomposing in the hot sun on the beach. These are the bodies of all the men who succumbed to the Sirens’ call and died. … What they say to Odysseus is in a sense what will be said of him when he no longer exists, when he will have crossed the frontier between the world of light and that of shadows, …”

 

Donations Welcome! :P

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The other night I decided to check out an interview with White House Chief of Staff (ret.) Marine Gen. John F. Kelly, which was very interesting indeed, funny enough there was a link in the suggested area to a commentary video, which I decided to watch afterwards. To call it ridiculous would be an understatement as the creators of this content only really engaged in name calling and reached the conclusion, for example, that Trump being described as occasionally ย “uninformed” on certain topics during his campaign before receiving access to intelligence/security briefings was the exact same thing as declaring the US President an idiot.

After watching this enlightening commentary, and partially watching another one, not to forget taking a look at the comment section, I was reminded of how lame it is with people who merely comment on other’s work rather than actually producing something themselves. How utterly boring, not to mention how easy it is, to have opinions about other’s whereabouts. Which of course made me think of my own blog; where I, like so many others in this digital age, share my own viewpoints. I think my main reason for doing so is that I personally feel like the political narrative is dominated by, what shall I say “forces,” who create a false skewed impression, which is precisely why it is shocking to see election results, for example, as these along with surveys can reveal how evenly split opinions actually are in some cases. I’ll just quote a certain somebody who once said: ” There is no such thing as public opinion. There is only published opinion.”

It is also difficult to let go of thoughts concerning the current state of affairs over here on our continent, especially when there are those who literally advocate for, as I’ve said before, the removal of “offensive statues,” and the blatant censorship of curriculum, because the material is “too white.” (Caving to anti-western propaganda does no good either, as these people are never satisfied and keep on pushing, pushing, pushing and pushing. When do you hear a simple thank you even from any of these advocates?)

Right now I’m reading Douglas Murray’s latest book ” The Strange Death of Europe” and it is difficult to do that without occasionally feeling nauseated as it feels like I’m reading not just my own death sentence, but everyone else’s too. :/

Today I checked out the latest video from Gad Saad, which is hilarious and very true indeed. I don’t know if I’ve written it, but I know that I’ve previously said that artists should stay neutral. If you feel like saying something it should shine through in your work. Yet that proves to be easier said than done, especially when it seems like everyone has an official opinion about everything, and you fundamentally disagree with a lot of it. These videos from Gad Saad are really good and absolutely worth a watch. It is also my impression that musicians/artists aren’t challenged enough by those around them, but then again I think that the blame cannot entirely be placed on the team. There are numerous stories out there of musicians and artists who don’t follow instructions and never really welcome feedback from anyone at all. There are artists who would literally fall into the category of unmanageable.

Anyway, I will agree with what Gad Saad is saying … yes, donations are more than welcome since Jay-Z apparently doesn’t need his money anymore……..I certainly volunteer to relieve him of his horrible burden, as I’m sure that I would manage to put it to good use, I’m sure that there are lots of other people out there who would be more than willing to help Jay-Z and his wife, since money is a useless commodity … according to him………well as I said above: Donations Welcome ๐Ÿ˜›

Petitions To Sign & Share.

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Stillbirths are a problem here in the UK; please sign this to save future children:

Help stop avoidable stillbirths by giving doppler scans to all pregnant women

The migration crisis is for the European governments to tackle, yet it doesn’t seem like things are looking too bright, with NGOs and criminal gangs active in this seemingly never-ending drama. In the name of charity many will argue that we should take in lots of people, but when witnessing the mess (inability to look after migrants properly, crime, failed integration and costs, etc;) it would be irresponsible to support such things on a grand scale. There are more sensible politicians for example who’ve expressed a desire to help people where they are, since it is unsustainable to continue the practise of Lebensraum for Africans and Arabs into already settled (in many cases over-crowded) European territories. Here is one organisation that is trying to defend Europe’s borders:

We need to stop the disastrous work of the NGOs in front of the Libyan coast. By ferrying Migrants to Europe, they costing us Missions make the human traffickers a fortune. By luring Africans into the sea they are endangering lives and abusing international maritime law. This madness needs to stop. We need to stop the Boats to save Europe.

I’ve previously written about Microplastics here on my site, and linked to an article encouraging individuals to get in touch with their local representatives about Microplastics in our drinking water. This issue affects all people, regardless of where they live or who they are. If you live in the UK, it is your local MP (and/or your water provider) that you will have to get in touch with. There are also numerous petitions that one can sign from people, eager to get enough buzz so as to catch the attention of the media and the government:

Ban on plastic disposable plates, cups, and cutlery; promote biodegradable alternatives

Supermarkets: Stop using plastic bags, reduce waste, protect our environment & wildlife.

MAKE SINGLE-USE PLASTICS HISTORY

STOP Supermarkets using UNRECYCLABLE Food Packaging

Start using biodegradable or reusable straws

Ban plastic cutlery and straws in fast-food chains to protect our oceans and marine life.

Tell Tesco: Stop selling disposable plastic straws!

Ban disposable plastic straws in Morrisons

No More Plastic Straws at McDonalds.

Trying to protect the Antarctic Ocean.

RECYCLE BINS IN KINGSWAY FOOD CHAINS

London Ban – All Disposable plastic

Legally Require UK food packaging to specify “non-recyclable”

Ban plastic carrier bags in Wales by 2020

Stop Pret serving sit in/in store hot drinks in disposable take away cups

Introduce a 5p Charge on Disposable Coffee Cups

End the Use of โ€˜Not Currently Recycledโ€™ Plastic Packaging by Major UK Supermarkets

We want a Plastic Free Aisle in our supermarkets

Urge UK supermarkets to stop using plastic packaging

Reduction in Single Use Plastics in Retail

A plastic free aisle in Tesco – Henley on Thames

Save Skadar Lake, one of Europe’s last true wildernesses, from devastating construction

Humans being treated poorly:ย 

Help persecuted Christians around the world.

Stop Windsor council removing rough sleepers before royal wedding

Provide permanent shelter and housing for Rough Sleepers

Freedom for Agnes

Free Nazanin Ratcliffe

Ban apps like Sarahah where my daughter was told to โ€œKILL HERSELFโ€

Support Irish Citizenship for Irish-born boy facing removal to Nigeria by Home Office

Clean Air:

We need another Clean Air Act to tackle air pollution in the UK

Some petitions about Animal Abuse:

We demand that Greggs stops using ‘halal certified’ meat in its chicken and turkey products

Prohibe la caza con galgos en Espaรฑa / Stop hunting with galgos in Spain

BAN UNATTENDED TETHERING OF DOGS IN CANADA

Justice for gentle golden retriever mercilessly beaten by police officer in China

Food Waste:

Stop the Rot! Call on supermarkets to tackle food waste in their supply chains

Get Waitrose to change its food waste policy

Letโ€™s cut Europe and the UK’s food waste in half!

Change Public Health England’s new 100 calorie snack campaign