Wednesday, 5 January 2011

I agree

Occasionally some comments are so informative and worthwhile I publish them as a separate post. Such is the case with the latest from Reg the Heg made on the previous post. He makes a number of predictions which I fully endorse. In particular the controversial view that awful things such as those described in that post have an upside in that they hasten the day of a white fightback. Also the demise of the dreadful European Court of Human Rights. This is the source of most of our problems and its demise would be cause for major celebration.

Let's hope his prognostications prove accurate!

Here's Reg......

"It is disgusting to say this and quite easy for what I say to be misinterpreted but...The more of these things that happen the better. The more outrageously unfair and vicious the better. It is only until each of us can personally recount a story like this that the stupid marxist bastards can see what they have done and the brain dead tv watching gutter press reader can be awaken from their selfish insular world. All here know that the corporate media have a political agenda well beyond their remit.

The low life CEOs are playing with peoples lives to their own benefit.I say it will take each to have personal experience because we are being deliberatly deprived of vital information we need to make the tough decisions.At some point in time there will be a reversal of the insidious marxist agenda. These things usually come as a surprise to the casual observer. To the watcher they are rarely a surprise. I just hope the purveyers of this toxic filth will be alive to witness the reversal.

Historically when these types of things reverse there is always a period of retribution where the former supressors have to pay for their treason.A catalist is usually needed to kick off the end. I have believed for quite a while now that the calamitous economic conditions that are soon to start will be the catalyst. As usual the media are taking their stories from vested interests (Governments and banks) and they have not bothered their barney actually investigating what economic conditions are coming down the line. You think the last two years were bad? You really haven´t seen anything yet.

A few things that will happen in the next few years I´m very confident most will happen.

1) Many former media mogals will go the way of the builder. The corporate media are loosing readers by the second, more and more people are using the alternative media. This will increase until the ability of Murdock and his ilk to sell a story has disappeared completely.

2) European countries will withdraw from the perverse European Convention on Human Rights. This is the law that ensures a failed Iraqi asylum seeker can kill several English people (including children) and then claim his human rights are being denied when the judiciary try to deport him.)

The asian bubble economies will burst.

The Federal Reserve Bank will loose the right to issue US Dollars.

For international trade in comodities such as oil the US dollar will be dropped in favor of a basket of currencies. The US dollar will go into hyperinflation. There will be widespread civil unrest in the US where something big could occur.

Germany will withdraw from the Euro along with other fiscally prudent countries. A club med Euro may remain where they devalue their way out of their massive debt. Ireland is a tough one, they may return to the punt, I can´t see them staying in the club med Euro as the economies have no commonalities and the lack of commonalities was the reason for the problems in the first place.)

I think national socialist parties such as Front national of France and the BNP of the UK will make massive inroads.)

The Spanish will go bankrupt or be rescued right at the edge.

Unemployment will shoot up accross the West causing resentment of foreigners. Despite what the controlled media say we have gone Japanese. There is NO WAY OUT, the next decade or two are going to be marked by serious persistant high unemployment and stagflation then crushing deflation."

36 comments:

Octopussy said...

Any thoughts on Australia's future?

Jack Quinn said...

On the media:

The MSM consisting of dead tree and ink by the barrel production will take the dirt nap, but don't count on them to go gently...in the U.S. there is much afoot by the gov't to regulate the web and allow their allies in the networks, print and cable a continuing monopoly to make sure the public gets "accurate" news.

"The [A]sian bubble economies will burst."

Japan and Singapore will be fine...China will muddle through - do realize how much cooperation you get from the public when you have millions of AK-47's pointed at them?

"The Federal Reserve Bank will loose the right to issue US Dollars"

If the the Fed loses that right and the Congress assumes that right look for Weimar Germany hyper-inflation.

"basket of currencies"

Yes...probably. U.S. prosperity depends on reasonably priced and available supplies of oil. U.S. has 400 years of coal reserves, but loss of cheap oil would return U.S. to 2nd world status...no starvation, but no more Porsche Cayennes either.

"Germany will withdraw from the Euro"

Yes. Germany would rather roast the PIGS (sorry, Savant) than keep feeding them corncobs.

"The Spanish will go bankrupt or be rescued..."

No rescue...if Spain defaults, the sword goes in to the hilt and the corrida is over...the EU dies.

"the next decade or two are going to be marked by serious persistant high unemployment and stagflation then crushing deflation."

Almost agree...one decade; not two. Mass inflation <25%. Most countries will recoil at the thought of hyper-inflation and allow a depression to take place.

Anonymous said...

Australia's future? Just look at the link kulak sent. See the way white customes officials grovelled before a Nigerian drug smuggler (with his blonde mistress).

Anonymous said...

Jack Quinn says U.S. has 400 years of coal reserves, but loss of cheap oil would return U.S. to 2nd world status...no starvation, but no more Porsche Cayennes either.

True. But also less appetite for handouts to the 'disadvantaged minorities'. I think that's the point Reg was making here.

Krokodil said...

Did someone suggest the economic problems of the West/EU will mean the end of the EU? Well, then, around every cloud a silver lining truly exists!

OK, not to be flippant about economic hardship and the possible loss of life savings etc. But the end of the EU is truly desirable, in my opinion, if not at this stage very yet likely.

As for the perversely-named European Court of Human Rights, it is nothing more than a stinking turd that should have been flushed down the toilet a long, long time ago. Even if the EU itself doesn't demise, oh please, may that grotesque excuse for justice that is the ECoHR slither rapidly and uncelebrated down the pan!

Flush!! Aah, we all feel so much cleaner...

Anonymous said...

I don't think it will reverse so much as fade into irrelevance.

Case in point: My wife's ladies' book club.

They're reading this list of award-winning books. The most recent one they read is about some Jew in London, with musings on the Jewish Holocaust.

Nobody liked it.

Last night the club organizer, a nice half-Thai, half-English lady married to a half-English, half-Norwegian, said "I don't want to sound anti-semitic, but can't we just get over this?"

The ladies' consensus is it won an award only because a bunch of Jews voted for it.

People are getting tired of it. Bored of it.

It will soon be as irrelevant as slavery.

And anybody who insists on never letting anybody ELSE forget will be just another bunch of niggers.

Anonymous said...

Octopussy said...

Any thoughts on Australia's future?

Many Kiwi's feel that Oz is heading into the PC toilet even faster than the US.

Julia Gillard ... the looney Welsh leftie -- and new Australian PM is regarded as batshit crazy. Not a good sign.

A really bizarre post on Australia, is this:-

http://members.iimetro.com.au/~hubbca/fortress_australia.htm

A lot of sense and a lot of crazy .... you choose which is which.

Cheers,

Uncle Nasty

Franz said...

Reg and Savant,

I love the fact that we are having this discussion, despite the fact that I differ on some aspects of your predictions.

The mere fact that we are talking/writing about a non-pc-non-bs-assesment of where we are and where we are going, means that a movement is in the process of forming itself. This statement would be hyperbolic if such discussions were only going on at the dear Savant's blog. Not so much. It's going on en masse. Just look at the forums at www.zerohedge.com, for example.

This is exactly the same thing that happened in the 1920s and 1930s. In Europe as well as the USA people were shocked by the bloodshed of the great war, the newly apparent horrors of communism and the economic torment of the depression. Clearly, things could not go on the way they had. So people talked and argued und argued and talked some more. Then they came up with a new movement: Fascism.

In many European countries, fascist parties were outright victorious. In the USA and the UK they failed to take power, but their ideas inspired other politicians to conduct state affairs in a much more totalitarean fashion than hitherto. Even though Roosevelt was a Democrat by party affiliation, his style was certainly fascist. Think economic central planning, gold confiscation and Japanese internment.

We know now that Fascism was the wrong answer to the challenges of the 20s and 30s. The question is: What will our movement be like? What alternative system will the decent men and women of our time devise to counter the current
MUCOKRA (multicultural, corporatistic kleptocracy run amok)?

I for one would like to see a movement come out of all these convulsions that espouses a simple set of rules to organize society:

1. Absolute freedom of speech.
2. The right to own private property and to defend it against lawbreakers with deadly force.
3. Honest money backed by gold, silver or even copper, to prevent it from being printed at the whims of elitist thieves.
4. The abolition of all political parties. Let each candidate for whatever office conduct his/her own campaign. The internet makes that feasible for the first time in history.
5. Strictly enforced term limits. Serve one or two years in any political position and you are out.
6. A redefinition of citizenship. To become a full citizen with the right to vote you must be a working non-felon above the age of 25.
7. The right of all people (black, brown, yellow and white) to have a homeland undisturbed by any minority presence.
8. The right to defend that homeland.
9. Laws that equate financial crime with old fashioned bank robbery and punishments to match the offence.
10. A strict ban on incurring debt in the name of future generations.

Reg and Savant: You predict that the current order of things will break down. I wonder, what do you wish to replace it with? You now know what my Utopia looks like. What about you?

RegThe Hedge said...

beppo said...

"Those interested in informing themselves on how they ae being lied to on economic matters which will impact on them heavily in the near future might want to look at Shadowstats.com and various interviews on the web with the owner of the site John Williams.
It is American oriented but I would strongly suspect it's the same the whole world over."

A lot of people I meet through work take it as a given that the trouble hasn't even begun yet. The guy I used to sit beside was a precious metals specialist. He had a few bars of gold in a bank in Koln. I'm not convinced newspapers are misreporting on purpose I think they are just inept.

Anonymous said...

@UN. the link http://members.iimetro.com.au/~hubbca/fortress_australia is not valid.

SAVANT said...

Franz - you've just described my Utopia! Just to clarify, I totally endorse Reg's sentiments and HOPE that his predictions come true. However, I'm not overly optimistic. Hopeful, yes, but not optimistic.

However, I will add that I'm a lot more hopeful and optimistic now than I was even a few months ago. Again, if the outrages like Houston and Islamic attacks continue, if the western economies take a sharp downturn, which I think they will, then all of gthis will lead to the kind of conditions you describe in your most recent comment.

Anonymous said...

I beg the question: Where would be a good place to "steer" my teenaged sons to over the next 15 years?

Anonymous said...

@ Franz: You said in item #6: "A redefinition of citizenship. To become a full citizen with the right to vote you must be a working non-felon above the age of 25." I LOVE this idea for America.

Anonymous said...

What do you all think would happen if some whites, sick of the behaviuor of our unwelcome guests, blew the shit out a large gathering of sand niggers? All out civil war or would it make our situtaion worse?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

@UN. the link http://members.iimetro.com.au/~hubbca/fortress_australia is not valid.

6 January 2011 21:40

Sorry 'bout that. Try this:-

http://tiny.cc/bltsa

cheers,

Uncle Nasty

PS ... as I said there's some weird there ... :o)

Anonymous said...

Franz said:-

"We know now that Fascism was the wrong answer to the challenges of the 20s and 30s."

Fascism:- (noun)
a political system based on a very powerful leader, state control and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition is not allowed.

(Definition of Fascism noun from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)

Definiton 2:-

fas·cism (fshzm) n.
1. often Fascism

a. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.

b. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.

2. Oppressive, dictatorial control.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language,


Is it just me, or do the above definitions not describe the US and the UK right now?

All right, the first definition admittedly includes "proud of country" which, I am sure will soon be edited out, but note the second one. No such pretense there.

Cheers,

Uncle nasty

Anonymous said...

I'm afraid I'm reaching the point where I do not even have faith in gold or silver.

I think the only commodities that will keep their value will be wood, steel, lead and brass.

Stock up ... if you can.

Cheers,

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Get ready to live like Apaches! How are your archery skills these days?

J.P.

Robert said...

The United Kingdom needs more Moslems.

http://ajanlo.kapu.hu/pics.php?d=cardiff

Anonymous said...

anon asks What do you all think would happen if some whites, sick of the behaviuor of our unwelcome guests, blew the shit out a large gathering of sand niggers? All out civil war or would it make our situtaion worse?

Hard to know. But it'd be worth finding out!

Anonymous said...

@UN definitions of fascism. Big difference is pride in country. That's totally off the radar under the new fascism.

Steve K. said...

Sweet Mother of Jesus! Those scenes of Cardiff - I feel like I'm emigrating to Afghanistan!

Steve Kirby said...

Where to steer your teenage son? Very hard call. Everywhere is, or is becoming, infested with the problems we know about.

I'd suggest the best thing is to give him the best technical and social skills, and decontaminate him from peecee bullshit.

The 'where' becomes less important if he's thus equipped.

Anonymous said...

Steve Kirby said...

I'd suggest the best thing is to give him the best technical and social skills, and decontaminate him from peecee bullshit.

The 'where' becomes less important if he's thus equipped.

7 January 2011 09:03

Cannot agree more.

I remember reading a book by Alvin Toffler in the seventies(?) Future Shock in which he said something like: By the turn of the century, the man who can fix things or work with his hands will be richer than all his tribe.

Worth thinking about. An old buddy of mine was an electrical and later, electronics engineer who kept up. He hit a slump ten years ago, then began to rebuild vintage car dash instruments and gauges, and can't cope with the work that comes his way now ...

Another friend is a clock-maker (yes Clock-maker) who is also a sought-after gunsmith.

Not everyone has to be a C++ programmer.

Cheers,

Uncle Nasty

Essex boy said...

Re steering the teenager, I agree with these comments. I know a highly qualified electrical engineer who lost his job in a factory. He now does beautifully as a 'handyman'. This term is somewhat demeaning, but in fact such people do work of enormous practical value, and there always seems to be demand for it. One of the social skills I would also suggest is the ability to 'sell' himself in a suitable way.

kulak said...

@Franz,

All good ideas.

But the only essential ones are 7 and 8.

They should be #1 and #2.

Whites have a right to live.

Everything else is negotiable; failure to get them is survivable. Disagreement on them can be forgiven or overlooked.

Fidelity to any other principle or program IS treason, if it's not subordinate.

Octopussy said...

@Franz, I want such a Utopia! Fascism can't produce it though. Only a meritocracy can produce that. A meritocracy does not infringe on any individual liberties, the law can still be applied equally to everyone and the natural order in society needed to create the drive in people to pursue a better life can be restored. Right now people are moving in the exact opposite direction under the rule of democracy. Just as communism and fascism are great theories but disasters in reality, democracy is also a disaster in reality. These ideologies always produce socialism as victor over capitalism because they do not appeal to the natural order of people.

Anonymous said...

Essex boy said...

"One of the social skills I would also suggest is the ability to 'sell' himself in a suitable way."

Show up sober, clean, neatly dressed and on time.

Eschew tattoos and piercings. keep your trap shut and your opinions to yourself.

Listen when spoken to.

I's actually very easy.

Cheers,

Uncle Nasty

RegThe Hedge said...

Anon - 7 January 2011 02:39

If I were the government (and therefore a marxist) I would be asking the shadow men to keep an eye on blogs like this. If I were a shadow man I'd probably ask just the very question you've just asked. If I got a positive response I would try and contact the individual and take it from there. Just saying.

I'm quite surprised there has been no response by people to the muslims (there have been a few spoadic loners). I do know though that the government would be so very happy to uncover a plot. I'm absolutely sure they spend far more on trying to uncover plots amoung natives than they do on muslims.

I just read in the independent that muslims have a stall on O'Connell Street extolling the virtues of the religion of peace. They certainly move fast don't they?

Thinks about it. "Asylum seekers", illegal immigrants, sham marrages, sham students etc. These creatures keep coming. They won't stop coming. So what does that mean? It means that in the future we will have lost out country just like the English, Scots and Welsh are on the verg of loosing theirs. Once it goes beyond a certain point there is no going back.

I'm sure all here are aware of the Russian sk*n heads videos on Youtube. Well, maybe you are not aware why they post the videos. They post them to warn immigrants not to come. Come and we'll do this to you...

jocomo said...

economic misery will open up a whole new set of responses...

Anonymous said...

As a matter of interest, posters will remember the delightful video of Estonians (all white, mostly blond) singing an anthem of sorts?

What the hateful, spiteful leftie would call hideously white.

Well, Estonia very recently joined the EU.

They are about to see their first niggers, camelscrewers and possibly gypsies.

Maybe someone should warn them?

Cheers,

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

RegThe Hedge said...

Anon - 7 January 2011 02:39

If I were the government (and therefore a marxist) I would be asking the shadow men to keep an eye on blogs like this. If I were a shadow man I'd probably ask just the very question you've just asked.

Ooooh ... yes.

An interesting statement, and I feel, very timely.

F'rinstance:-

http://tiny.cc/2bf8k

This greeted me this AM. My first thought was "Hmmm. One down, coupla thousand to go ..."

Then I took a closer look. Where did this happen? Aaaah, Arizona.

Riiiight. Which state in the US is currently causing the most ... difficulty and embarrassment, shall we say, to the feds?

Which state is currently fighting tooth and nail against mexification by enforcing Federal immigration law?

Which state is shedding its illegal aliens at a heart-gladdening rate?

Which state -- against all federal predictions -- is not plummeting into the financial abyss?

And, working on the three-birds-with-one-stone principle, which state has dishearteningly liberal (in the old-fashioned sense) gun laws and a republican governor (Jan Brewer) who fights gun control, illegal immigration and Obama's insane healthcare package.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Brewer

Soooo ... which state needs to be whipped back into line as soon as possible?

Do I smell the faintest whiff of "Black Ops" here? Details of the sacrificial goat:-

"Giffords, 40, a Democrat, is married to US astronaut Mark Kelly. She took office in January 2007, emphasising issues such as immigration reform, embryonic stem-cell research, alternative energy sources and a higher minimum wage.

Anonymous said...

Uncle Nasty - they're starting to come already. I was in Talinn recently and culural enrichers are making big inraods there. Of course it will speed up now joined the Euro zone. Note that they've been in the EU for many years.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

"Uncle Nasty - they're starting to come already. I was in Talinn recently and culural enrichers are making big inraods there. Of course it will speed up now joined the Euro zone. Note that they've been in the EU for many years."

My mistake.

The article -- upon re-reading -- stated that Estonia was actually adopting the Euro and discarding their traditional kroon.

Cheers,

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

A meritocracy would not see Selena Roberts rewarded for lying by having her replace a guy who proved her a liar with his job on a tv show. A meritocracy would not have seen Jayson Blair get the job in the first place nor have him keep it after he was found out.

Anonymous said...

Media lose readers.

You mean like The Irish Times and their technology "writers?" who just paste in press releases of stuff that interests them?

It might be of interest to people with little interest but people who are greatly interested will go somewhere better and might never come back.

Churnalism is the word for such, er, inactivity.