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˜›

Blame It On The Russians…

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Right. ย So today I came across an articleย that seemed interesting and legit at first referring to an interview with the English Secretary of Defence. It certainly echoed other articles I’ve come across with Americans complaining about their military readiness and UK generals doing the same; complaints are publicly filed for the whole world to see from several western Nations.

Female participation is criticised since it makes the forces less combat effective, the attitude of (some I hope) students at military institutions are criticised on both sides of the Atlantic, there seems to be no end to the backlash or complaints made public, which I’m guessing is the result of people rejecting the politically correct culture enforced upon them by politicians and/or a cry for help when it comes to better equipment, more funding or maybe a better way to allocate funds.

A great deal of these things I’ve chosen not to share on my blog, such as a political correctness manual, where “subconscious bias” was fought against. Simply put: if a tiger jumps out of the bushes, you should first spend some time contemplating if the tiger is dangerous and a genuine threat before attacking it, because it could potentially be politically incorrect to do so. This of course refers to social issues within the military and a desire to make military culture more like civilian society, and more appealing to women and members of the LGBTQ community… However it does seem as if though normal human instincts should be fought against and further broken down, which leaves me wondering how a culture like this will affect people in combat?

This political correctness manual was so embarrassing to read, in fact so worrying to see as a civilian, that I decided not to publish it, as I thought of it as a disrespectful act to share something of this nature with anyone. Not to forget something that could potentially work against the recruitment of patriotic individuals and depict the military in an unflattering light. Can it potentially help our armed forces to share articles and pass these around? Can the public help or will it just damage reputation and morale? I certainly think that it can have the effect of pushing more young men into the private sector. This political correctness crusade can become a major issue in the future I think.

Yet, after coming across more and more and more complaints, I decided to do so anyway, ย  ย as part of an entry. This PC Manual is official and available for anyone to read and download….. I don’t know how smart that is, but I guess that it is from a post-modern perspective….

Yet the article I read today was, how should I put it, interesting (in lack of a better word) due to the headline pictured above, chosen by the journalist, I’m guessing. Or hoping.

The reason as to why I’m reluctant to share “the-Russians-are-coming-to-get-us-narratives” on my blog should not be surprising, as once again we are moving into “the-boy-who-cried-wolf-territory,” a dangerous narrative to peddle when you are a leader….or more correctly put: this seems to be the case when observing things from a citizen’s perspective, whether correct or not.

What I’m witnessing when travelling/moving around in Europe, what I have seen and heard, what other people are talking about, is apparently Russian propaganda. How can the civilian population take the Russia threat seriously, when the current, imported, internal, threat is not properly addressed by our leadership? It can easily seem (whether genuine or not) that Russia gets picked as a scapegoat, rather than addressing the very real issues and problems that the European population have to deal with everyday. Is Putin to blame for how the so-called migration crisis is handled by the European leadership? Are the Russians to blame for the cultural tensions that we are currently facing as a result of street level diversity and anti-western measures? Sure, who really knows who is behind a bomb going off here and there, but what do you do, when bombs, as I’ve said before, are just the tip of the iceberg? The problems that we Europeans have to deal with are real and genuine and not the result of Russian interference, unless they secretly run the entire world and we are all Russian puppets, which sounds nothing short of insane.

According to Hillary Clinton, Putin was the Godfather of the Alt-Right. As if though Nationalistic sentiments cannot emerge without Russian interference. Trump’s victory was also the result of Russian interference, and so is the general disgruntled air among the European populace, tired of losing their culture and countries to foreigners and politicians with their own strange agenda. I’m guessing that fragmentation within the U.S.A. as a result of criminal gangs and self-segregation, also can be pinned on the Russians. Social cohesion/trust actually breaks down the more ethnic/racial diversity you get within your borders……I’ve linked to articles and studies about this here on my blog, studies and articles by experts from various backgrounds.

Anyway… check this out: currently I’ve borrowed a whole bunch of books about roughly the same topic; in one of these I found a paragraph describing how fearful the English were of a 5th column during WW2. The intelligence community were not interested in German infiltration. Do I have to explain how absurd it this to read about this in the current year? Infiltration is welcomed into our societies, you’ll be called a bigot if you don’t want 5th columns. So if this is the impression civilians get, then how on earth can the Russia narrative be expected to be successful? Where are these Russians destroying us from within? I don’t see them, do you? I do however see expansionist militant Islam, and how new-Europeans carve out territories for themselves (while defending these from us) and as I’ve said before, how long does it take before these expand any further?

It might be that we will be taken by surprise, that Washington’s never-ending Russia paranoia finally will be proven to be right, but as a member of the civilian population, it is very awkward, strange and absurd to buy into this narrative, especially if it is promoted by people in official denial over the issues and problems that Ethnic-Europeans now face. While the people in power officially address China and Russia as our number one enemies, I think civilians will have a hard time to relate, while trying to live normal lives in an ever-changing Europe. Simply put, people are losing their sense of safety, not because of a Russian presence (at this time of writing) but because of the new arrivals into Europe and how scandalously this has been handled. Everything is changing and many are extremely disgruntled with our western leadership as a result, but I guess we should blame that on the Russians……..

 

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

 

The European Utopia Vol. MMCCCLLVVVIIIIIIIIIII

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Me: I’m going to take a break from writing about the state of affairs in Europe, it’s not like everybody cares about what’s happening over here, those who know keep an eye on things anyway, and after all, I’ve said enough.

Just some days later: Shit a homemade “bomb” went off! Watch out!

Me: I’ve written enough about this. It’s probably only going to get me into trouble. I’m done.

Some days later: Oh my God look at this!

Me: Totally done now. I’m making my blog private.

Some hours later: Nah…can’t really do that. Maybe I’ll ย save someone’s life if I don’t.

Me: It’s boring to sound like a broken record, there are more things in this world to write about, like srsly.

Sun 19. Nov. 2017 – Oh whatever, here we go again….

So … I was in Norway last week and guess what I just found out? More violence and fragmentation in Europe, and this time it happened right in the area where I was. How glorious….as I’ve already described there were visible changes to the environment which I observed and wrote about, but I had no idea that the area had upgraded to racial/ethnic violence. This hits just as close to home as the attack down in Nice. If things escalate like this I guess it will be highly likely that at least one of your relatives will be affected in the coming years, if your family and acquaintances are spread around the continent and/or live in culturally enriched areas. Keep in mind that these territories are expanding, and that “safe zones” aren’t safe, unless gated and/or guarded. *Don’t forget*

So as the geeky person I am. Why not translate this articleย into English? Yes, here we go:

Around 30 immigrant boys attacked handball boys.

Around 30 youths of immigrant background attacked boys from the handball team from Kolbotn without any motive. The police have received several complaints.ย 

It was on a Saturday a week ago, 11. November, that a youth gang numbering around 30 provoked to create trouble on Kolbotn Market. There they allegedly hit and kicked several other boys without any motive.

The media kept their silence.ย Until now, probably because the police have received several complaints after the incident. But even though (ร˜B) reported on the case on the 17th of November – behind a subscription wall, just so you know – the newspaper seem unwilling to share concrete information and none of those involved, or their parents, have been interviewed.

“Brawl between youths in Kolbotn and Ski”

ร˜B quotesย John-Erik Veseth, the leader of the pre-emptive unit East Police department Follo, as saying “From what we’ve unravelled from the investigation so far, we’re getting closer to these people.”

The timeline of events is described as follows: A gang of around 30 youngsters have allegedly been behind several attacks on other youths around the centre of Kolbotn. The first complaint about trouble came from a private residence, where some youths were gathered for a party, right outside the town centre right before seven o’clock on Saturday evening. There were also two adults in the home, and they reported on the uninvited guests who interrupted the gathering, but said that they had control over the situation.

After this the youth-gang allegedly moved towards the centre of Kolbotn. “Here they just started physically attacking other youngsters who happened to be in town, among them the members of a young sports team who were out to celebrate with their fellow handball players.”

It is further said that ” the Follo-Police have received 5 reports about violence after the gang ran amok in the town centre. All of the reports concern boys under 18 of age. One of the reports concern a 16 year old from Ski who was punched.” It is also said that the police were first told that “the gang took the train from Kolbotn to Ski after the raucous in Kolbotn centre, but this has proven to be false.”

But several things seem to suggest that the situation is way worse than what ร˜B are reporting.

High immigrant youths who kicked, punched and threatened.ย 

After the handball-boys in the age group 14-16 had eaten pizza and been to the cinema over in Kolbotn, which finished around 8 o’clock, they were greeted by a boy-gang of around 30 individuals, also in the age group 14-16, who were looking for trouble.

It is told that the boys were dark-skinned, were wearing hoodies and had covered their faces. The boys were perceived as being intoxicated. Some of the handball boys were trying to get away, but some were caught by the attackers.ย 

The boys who were kept behind were in the receiving end of direct violence such as kicks and punches. In addition there were several others who were threatened and ran after.ย 

Those of the handball boys who managed to escape called their parents, who in their turn contacted the police.

The police are looking for more information, according to ร˜B. That is interesting, considering that the media first reported on the incident a week after it happened. And then as if tough we are just talking about a simple “brawl” between teens.

Hmmm….sounds like Chicago or L.A. to me. I seem to recall young boys who I knew back then were plotting to start a “UN gang” to protect themselves against unprovoked attacks from a certain demographic. Hmm … how peculiar. Why on earth would people want to protect themselves against racist assaults? I have no clue….these handball boys were probably fascists. It’s all a conspiracy I bet…..

 

Summer 2017.

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This year I have not posted that many pictures on my blog since I haven’t been out that much. I’ve been spending an awful lot of time indoors, bedridden, due to post-infection-syndrome. I worked on my 3rd album and my classical singing whenever I had the energy and have just recently started exercising my shoulder after nearly 9 months off due to a guitar related injury. Earlier this month I was out travelling to partake in my second season of Norway’s highest rated Saturday Night TV Show “Stjernekamp,” so I’ll post pictures from my work-trip in my next blog-entry ๐Ÿ˜‰ It was lovely to finally be up and about again ๐Ÿ™‚

I’m grateful that my family has been so sweet and understanding while I’ve been ill and I’m also thankful for the wonderful messages/comments of support from my followers. It has been heartwarming to see. Here are some pictures from the summer that was ๐Ÿ™‚

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I couldn’t believe this when I saw it … this was right next to our garden. They weren’t particularly clever either, as the branch was way too thin to carry that heavy load.

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A nightly visitor … a pretty fancy looking one too!

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When you are working on a blog entry and this happens…

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Snape figured he hated children so much, he just got himself a new job far away from Hogwarts….

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Penguins watching Pigeons making out. Literally! It was hard not to laugh. They were basically watching “bird-porn” at a certain point ๐Ÿ˜€ hahaha

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So pretty!!!!

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Hmmm…..this is not politically correct at all …

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This Dragon did not have a UV lamp, which is scandalous … reptiles die if they don’t get the proper light. He also looked malnourished and dehydrated. My brother wrote a complaint.

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The last day that our pets were with us! Sadly they were gone the day after ๐Ÿ˜ฆ We even managed to tame them by feeding them. Little cuties for sure โค

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Out for a proper English train ride!

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England is so pretty! โค

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A very offensive picture featuring old-white-males. I felt so triggered I didn’t know what to do with myself….lol

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My mom decided to surprise me ๐Ÿ˜‰ I love this kind of style. A good brand making quality clothing.

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I even got some flowers. They were very pretty!

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Since I couldn’t really travel much, we set up a tent in the garden ๐Ÿ˜€ That was a lovely night, falling asleep while looking at satellites & stars. I saw plenty of shooting stars actually. I had no idea they were that common ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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Out to cast my vote. Nothing was going to get in the way of me voting.

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The menu over at the “Mandarin Oriental” formerly known as “Hyde Park Hotel.”

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Old-classic building – new interior design.

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When you get a proper dessert … of course … you’ll get the tiniest portion … I had forgotten about all that ๐Ÿ˜›

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This is one of the coolest things I’ve ever been to! It was incredible to see all of the impressive work done by such a wonderful collection of true artists! I wish our society could build these type of things for real, so that we could be surrounded by beauty! Instead we have a weird mix of new and old all over Europe, and the new seldom looks good!

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Illuminati confirmed ๐Ÿ˜›

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All the artwork featured in Harry Potter was made from scratch! Incredible! It was a joy to look upon all of these things! Anyone who loves beauty and abhors post-modernism will love the exhibition.

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My favourite characters! ๐Ÿ˜›

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A wonderful statue ๐Ÿ˜›

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This was really yummy!

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A gift from dad. I’m currently on these vitamins, it’s even possible to order through me if anyone’s interested ๐Ÿ˜‰

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From a pub in Chipping Camden … we ate some really good food there. Yum – yum ๐Ÿ˜€

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This is my house apparently….

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Hmm … when someone decides to camp next to church ….

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The view from the apartment I shared with my brother … We had to move out of there due to the mold ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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Mom is done refurbishing the living room! Not exactly ugly! I love it!

I’m Sorry to Share The Latest News From London.

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Another bomb. Another terrorist attack. This time on the London underground. Please stay safe and get in touch with the police if you know anything or saw anything this morning. Londoners are opening up their homes to those affected so keep an eye on Twitter if you are in the capital as there are people there willing to offer help. The police have told people to stay vigilant as there might be other bombs.ย Terror.

I’ll just add a tiny comment – on the 5th I went to Warner Brothers to experience the Harry Potter tour together with my younger siblings. As we waited to be allowed in I became alarmed when I noticed two grown-up looking Arab men as I wondered: “are those two potential Jihadis?” Only young people or people with children were there, so these two men truly stood out. I kept an eye on them, especially when one of them all of a sudden was in the possession of three plastic bags that I have no idea where he got from. I have to admit that I had not even considered for a second that the Harry Potter studio experience could be targeted by Jihadis, but then all of a sudden I ended up looking over my shoulder constantly fearing that something would go off. Thankfully it didn’t but who knows, it easily could have.

This is the new reality of Europe, you have to stay vigilant at all times. So please remember this wherever you may be in Western-Europe. Even if it makes you feel bad, you can’t afford to let your guard down, especially if you are travelling with children.

“Where To Invade Next” by Michael Moore.

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It might come as a surprise that I actually enjoyed watching this movie from Michael Moore, but I truly did – sure it didn’t display the tax levels imposed on the “wealthy,” nor did it address the very important detail that European nations greatly differ from one another, I think “propaganda” would be the most accurate word to use, but it was still a good watch.

Some of the people interviewed by Moore highlight that they took inspiration from The American Constitution when implementing certain social changes within their own countries.ย Moore spends little time contemplating why the USA can have moved so dramatically away from its own constitutional texts and forgets to mention that European Nations have been largely homogeneous, high trust and seriously civic-minded. Alienation and decreased trust are scientifically proven result of multiculturalism, there is an inevitable build down of social cohesion. So when an Icelandic woman criticises The USA for being more self-centred rather than community oriented this rather reflects a negative transformation as trust erodes within a country rather than America being inherently bad. Furthermore, there are still areas in the USA that are “neighbourhood focused.” The movie certainly didn’t portray the entire picture of Europe but it was a great reminder of certain things that seemingly ย work with mixed results within our continent – as of now.

It is an interesting detail to note that Finland has made it pretty much impossible to run private schools and that all their children have to pass through the state-funded education system. This is of course glorified as egalitarian by Moore; he does not ask or wonder whether this makes Finland’s youth vulnerable for “brainwashing” or “biased social engineering.” If everyone has to go through the same system, then how do you ensure independent thought?

The propaganda movie (it would be a far cry to call it a documentary) does address the issue of efficiency, something that is an intriguing topic. It is not all about how many hours you actually work but how well you work when you do. The documentary also addresses management style; with Europeans arguing that a business does better when its employees have daylight, fresh air and a compassionate management branch. A happy worker equals good results. In America where the amount of hours you work and whereย the level of stress you have in your life is an indicator of success, these different approaches as practised by Europeans might be seen as revolutionary. In a good way hopefully.

Again I’m reminded ofย โ€œDecision Pointsโ€ by George W. Bush,where he explains that success in public education management was measured by how much money that was set aside to this public good rather than how these funds were specifically allocated to reach desired academic results. Something that he set out to change as retold in his book.

Moore criticises America due to its military spending; what critics normally omit though is that European nations have decreased their defence in order to spend more money on welfare. As I’ve mentioned in previous entries: the majority of Norwegian taxpayer’s money is spent on benefit payouts. As I’ve written before we’ve even amended our constitution so that benefits are now a constitutional right. All of this works fairly well until you run out of money or desperately need the US of A as you got no military of your own. At worst America might get sick one day of constantly being the “grown-up” and having to pay the bill. According to new interviews coming out of the Trump administration it seems like this lack of European military spending is finally coming to an end.

Yet how is the spirit of the people holding up? And how would “spoiled” Europeans deal with serious adversities such as real patriarchy, real “triggering,” – in short what do we do when faced with an authority that doesn’t really care about “safe spaces,” “tolerance” and “acceptance?”

Our (depending on how you look at it) successful Utopia is threatened by two elements: the elephant in the room called “how do we pay for this?” And the culture clash when other groups that are not civic-minded but low trust, extremely aggressive and very tribal are tossed into the mix. What Europe has become is not properly represented by Moore. Many have resigned as they see their own nation and culture as dying – it is precisely in times like these that we should be high in spirits, not out of delusion, but due to a commitment to stand for the protection of what is ours. Whether it is through the word or by other means.

Political activists representing all sorts of “marginalised” (at this point) so-called oppressed groups, are so used to being taken seriously that I truly wonder what they would do if/when faced with a total disregard for all of their requests? What will all of these groups do when faced with a brutal force inhabiting all sorts of traits that they’ve done everything to repel and suppress in our part of the world?

There is another major problem: what will European nations do when forced to cut benefit payments? There will probably be riots and absolute chaos as a result. This is behaviour that someone like Moore would glorify as “liberation and people fighting for their rights.”Even if we allow our structures to implode naturally there will still be disorder as the “system” comes crashing down.

According to what I wrote about in one of my last entries: Norwegian households are some of the most indebted in the world. A lot of our infrastructure is outdated … travelling back to the French Riviera this year was like going back into a time capsule, the same can be said of numerous state-funded institutions in the UK. As I’ve mentioned before: Norway has some of the worst roads in Europe and some of the worst universities as well.

What do we do in Norway when foreign criminals want to go to our prisons as they’ll get an education, a salary and stay at what many would refer to as a luxury resort? As I’ve translated from Norwegian in one of my entries; foreigners do not see Norwegian prisons as a deterrent. Not to forget that the elderly feel snubbed as criminals and migrants alike are treated better than those who’ve been hard-working, law-abiding citizens their entire lives … how can this be just?

European nations have in certain areas accomplished good results through untraditional, very classical-liberal-minded solutions. But for how long will this last?

We take “the Southern-European lifestyle” for granted. You are supposed to have a certain “quality of life,” life shouldn’t be a constant struggle, you need time to sit down and eat a proper drawn-out lunch for example, spending time with family – even though people like myself still find something to complain about criticising the fact that our economic systems in the North are built up around two-income families, as there should be even more focus on the family as a corner-stone of our civilisation. The build down of the family unit as we especially see in Northern Europe is damaging.

It is very strange that Americans have to strive so hard just to stay alive, but as we over here in Europe celebrate this comfortable Utopia of ours, there are other nations breathing us in the neck. Other nations from other continents more hungry than ours. Other nations that believe in strength, in might, who work harder – and these nations outcompete us in wages. They take over – slowly but surely.

It does seem like we’ve taken our gullible trust and expanded it to include the whole world to such an extent that we have left ourselves open and vulnerable. This is why terrorism should be fought by holding hands and singing “Imagine” or “We Are The World.” For how long will this type of reactions go on? Will people get sick and tired and abandon”openness?” Will people remain passive and be subjugated and enslaved as a result? Or will the far-left narrative prevail, meaning that we will all be friends and co-exist as Katy Perry uttered in an interview:

“No barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist.”

”ย Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace… You…” As John Lennon creepily sang … Theseย type of artists do seem to lack any understanding of the human psyche.

Sure this movie made some good points, but there were no mentions of “the ageing populations” of Europe, low birthrates and the insidious horror of replacement migration. No mention of no-go zones, no such things. No mention of Islamic terrorism or the rape-epidemic in Europe.

It sounds like we’ve reached the peak – whether we can keep on going with our current attitudes or whether this is the last stage before it all crumbles remains to be seen.

Hopefully we will be able to “heal our nations” but this can only be done if we are willing to accept that politics isn’t “nice” as laid out in this article that I translated:ย A Crash Course In Politics. (What It Is And What It Is Not).

I cannot stop thinking that the worst we’ve done to ourselves is expanding our generosity to all sorts of different cultures, allowing these alien groups to set up camp and establish their own parallel societies within our countries. Our kindness and fine morals might be what makes us the most vulnerable. It can certainly seem that way.

I wonder for how long Michael Moore’s movie will ring true for our part of the world. Something tells me that we might not have that much time left. Let’s hope there is a good ending to our story – not the incomplete truth as presented by Moore but the reality we are forced to accept in this beautiful “garden” of ours that should have been kept walled and heavily guarded.