Sunday, 16 June 2019

Finally: The joys of diversity explained

The joys and benefits of diversity are endlessly touted. But I've always been struck by the lack of specificity. What exactly are the benefits? Ask a diversocrat and you'll get a vague response, buzz words and pabula. The nearest thing to specifics is exotic food and the restaurants that serve it. Yes, that's it! Like all the other supposed advantages this one doesn't stack up either as White chefs could go abroad, learn the skills and recipes, and bring them home to a grateful White world. I can't see them taking this on though.

CHIMPANZEE meat is being sold in the UK, with the risk of it sparking “the next big pandemic”, experts have warned. Sold as “bush meat”, the chimp flesh has found its way onto platters at weddings and Christenings, and is also sold as a luxury food at market stalls in the UK. Diseases such as HIV can be transmitted from chimpanzees to humans because we are so genetically similar. Dr Ben Garrod told the Telegraph that a ton of bush meat from West Africa was confiscated on a flight bound for the US in recent weeks. "It's rife, it's in all major cities across Europe and the US. Chimpanzee meat is seen as a luxury food item in (cough, cough) some cultures. From what I know, I can't imagine why people would want to eat chimpanzee, but most bush meat that comes to the UK is seen as a luxury food."

Meanwhile a report from a medical research institution shows sharply increased incidences in Germany of adenoviral conjunctivitis, botulism, chicken pox, cholera, dengue fever, E. coli, haemophilus influenza, Hantavirus, hepatitis, hemorrhagic fever, HIV/AIDS, leprosy, louse-borne relapsing fever, malaria, measles, meningococcal disease, mumps, paratyphoid, rubella, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, tuberculosis, typhus and whooping cough.

Don't know about you but I think it's a small price to pay for the joys of diversity.

Thursday, 13 June 2019

The Great Irresponsibility Plot

Have you ever marvelled at the insanities of Health & Safety regulations? Emanating from the EUSSR Commission / Politburo they seem designed to mollycoddle people to the point of catatonia. British soldiers were told they could no longer fire actual mortars during training because even with ear defenders the sound of the explosion breached the 137 decibel limit. Kites have been banned from beaches in case they might fall and injure someone as have sticking plasters from workplaces in case of allergic reactions and children from taking part in sack races.

The days of being accountable for your own stupidity and/or carelessness seem to be gone. Tripped over your feet as you drunkenly stagger out of a pub? Sue for compensation. Whom do you sue? Doesn't really matter, the pub, the local authority...you're sure of a handsome cheque to soothe your recovery. A kid in Dublin, seriously injured when jumping onto the roof of a moving train sued the transport company and walked away with nearly half a million Euro. Somehow, in some unfathomable way the transport company was deemed at fault.

We're incubating a timid and indecisive society. Theodore Dalrymple, writing of the bureaucratic gridlock involved in resolving a simple pest control problem at a school suggests that "the aversion to risk even when there isn’t any is a mark of modern society. It is aversion not to risk, but to metarisk, as it were: the risk of a risk. The pest controller wondered what would happen if the school ever had to face a real emergency. The staff were so unused to taking decisions for themselves that they would probably be paralyzed by indecision. The only decision of which they were now capable was the decision not to take a decision. Human agency is a faculty that has to be exercised or it withers, to be replaced by paralysis followed by obedience to protocol". [My emphasis].

Now tell me, how convenient is it for our globohomo masters to have their subjects reduced to cowering, indecisive, risk-averse drones? As convenient as rending them androgynous?

Monday, 10 June 2019

Italy's multicultural miracle town

It was the Town-Where-Multiculturalism-Works, the ultimate Global Village. "This [picture on left] is a daily scene in Riace: two kids from Ethiopia are playing with local kids. They are grown in Italy, they speak a fluent Italian, they speak also English and their homeland language. Riace calls itself a Global Village, whose residents come from more than 20 countries beyond Europe."

"Riace was rundown and very poor. The town’s economy was rescued by the migrants’ arrival: the projects generate jobs, the property rentals support individual families and the turnover in the local shops has grown. About 60 original inhabitants are employed on the projects. External money has been pouring into this small economy: the benefit payments represent the largest investment ever made in it. And, to top it all, mayor Lucano is now world famous. His brave stand and his insistence on telling us about it has meant that, among other things, he made the list of the 50 most important politicians in the world, drawn up by the business magazine Fortune. Celebrities from all over the place have visited Riace."

"Some months ago, the association offered a beginners’ course in Italian but now the staff are focused on helping with practical things such as medical appointments, problems with finding somewhere to live, benefit payments and legal aid applications. Dotted around the old town, there are several other similar workshops, all of them financed through project funding. The workshops are just about the only business activities I come across, with a few others such as a partly shut-down shop selling souvenirs and the odd, corner store and other service providers. The finance for the project-funded activities comes from several sources: the EU, the region of Calabria and left-of-centre charities such as Associazione Ricreativa Culturale Italiana. "


But now....

"The shops and workshops previously occupied by migrants are now shuttered. The village's historic streets are largely deserted, with funereal music occasionally punctuating the silence. Colourful, multi-ethnic murals can still be seen on walls, testimony to the experiment that took place here and the hopes for migrant integration it spawned in Italy and beyond, before it failed amid alienated locals and allegations of fraud."

Having put the YahooSpeak to one side I sought to establish what actually happened. And it wasn't easy as the coverage supplied by the search engines was wall-to-wall acclamation with the occasional vague references to dark forces of the right working to undermine this multi-ethnic utopia. But I was still able to establish how the Riace experiment actually played out. 

Corrupt local politician sees an opportunity to get his paws on oodles of cash from the EU and other globalists desperate to create a multicultural success story. And the money duly poured in. This was in part used to finance 'enterprises' operated by the migrants. Naturally enough the town benefited financially. And the Mayor got his personal share by way of sweetheart deals on municipal contracts, human trafficking and, it is rumoured, drug dealing. Then for a variety of reasons the flow of funds declined and with it the so-called profits of the so-called enterprises. This was bad enough but as the social problems grew in direct proportion to the number of migrants the locals rebelled. Muslims had begun imposing their own religious norms while Africans were behaving like Africans, stealing, littering and sexually assaulting local girls. Once the Mayor's chicanery was exposed the game was up. He's now out on bail and in the recent elections he didn't get enough votes to even win a seat on the local Council as the 'far right' swept the boards.

I've always said that multiculturalism works until it stops working. By which I mean that such societies are inherently unstable, just waiting for a spark to ignite a conflagration. Riace got off lightly, its failure resolved peacefully. As time goes on such peaceful resolutions will be the exception rather than the rule.

Saturday, 8 June 2019

Denmark continues to amaze

The city of Malmo looks like being the template for Sweden's future, and possibly that of every White country. Nearly 50% of the population is non-Swedish and now murder, rape, kidnapping and ethnic crime gangs are the norm. There are now more murders in a month in Malmo than there were annually in the whole country in the sixties. An Amren essay refers to the
way in which "the government, both national and local, has lost control of the city’s spiralling crime and rioting immigrant population..... institutions are struggling to cope with the multicultural reality which turns everything upside down. Malmö shows us all how Sweden is under attack; institution after institution, from the police down to the post office, are decreasing their activity or collapsing. Whilst the city is on the path to destruction, the experiment continues with an establishment that capitulates to the issues raised by Malmö, and a media which does everything to convince the population that Malmö is good and the issues are to be blamed upon Swedish society."

The poison has spread to the rest of the country. But strangely enough a country just twenty miles from Malmo has taken a different course. A diametrically opposite course in fact. Although last week's election there suggests a left-wing victory in reality the 'left wing' supports policies that would have it dubbed as neo-Nazi anywhere else. The new government is set to actually strengthen existing restrictions on integration and immigration including making the country’s  “ghetto” policy even harsher.  Did you know that Denmark has  officially designated ghettos whose inmates are subject to different rules from the rest of the country? Yes it has. (That's one of them in the pic below). In recent months the government has pushed through policies that demand far more extreme intervention in their inmates' lives. Laws passed in March require children to spend a minimum of 25 hours a week in state-approved Danish language childcare from the age of one. Proposed new laws, expected to come before parliament in the autumn, could include extra jail time for ghetto residents when they are convicted of a crime, or stricter sentences for crimes committed inside the ghetto areas.



The 'extreme right' Danish People's Party is proposing that children who live in these ghettos should be subjected to evening curfews, enforced by wearing ankle bracelets. Their leader says he would not consider any practising Muslim woman who chose to wear a headscarf Danish, regardless of her home, language or commitment to Danish values.The government wants to send up to 100 people who have completed jail sentences but cannot be deported because they are at risk of torture or execution in their home countries to the island of Lindholm which, appropriately, is used as a laboratory and crematorium by scientists researching swine flu, rabies and other contagious diseases. 

Even the liberal left Social Democrats (who made big gains by stealing the DPP's clothes) have called for a cap on “non-western immigrants”, for asylum seekers to be expelled to a reception centre in North Africa, and for all immigrants to be forced to work 37 hours a week in exchange for benefits. The SD voted in favour of a law allowing jewellery to be stripped from refugees, and a burqa and niqab ban, and abstained rather than voted against a law on mandatory handshakes irrespective of religious sentiment at citizenship ceremonies. In February they backed a “paradigm shift” – a plan to make repatriation, rather than integration, the goal of asylum policy.

Why has Denmark taken such a drastically different approach to their across-the-bridge Swedish neighbours? Some say it's because they're so close to Malmo and see first hand the joys of diversity. But the rest of Sweden can see that too. Undoubtedly the 2005 cartoon crisis was a factor. “For many Danes  it was a new and shocking experience, and one that shaped political discourse,” says journalist, historian and general pain in the bollocks Adam Holtun. “It hardened it, but it also has meant that freedom of expression has an elevated status in Danish politics compared to various other countries.” You almost expect him to burst into tears. But many if not most other enriched European countries have experienced far worse and yet have totally cucked out on immigration control. And how do the Danes escape the clutches of the ghastly European Court For Human Rights?

Whatever the question, the Danes seem to have found the answer.

Thursday, 6 June 2019

A new Peasants' Revolt

The venerable Uncle Nasty, in a comment to the previous post, discussed England's 14th century Peasant Revolt. Interesting because over the last couple of years I have begun to notice a distinct cooling of ardour from our (cough) 'elite' opinion formers on this topic. The revolt had been the touchstone of leftists for well over a century, the ultimate Good War. And you can see why, powerless serfs exploited by the land-owning class, rise up and get brutally put down by the forces of capital, church and royalty. This acclamation reached its apogee in the 1980's when Thatcher tried to impose a poll tax because the very same tax had sparked the peasants into their eponymous revolt way back then. Right Thinkers reverently bowed their heads whenever the subject was mentioned.

However, there has been a subtle rebranding since then reflecting a marked decline in leftist regard for the peasants. It took me some time to realise this and to seek confirmation I resorted to those classic New Speak fountainheads the New Statesman and the Guardian. And there it was. I learned from the latter that the “peasants’ revolt” is now called the “great revolt” by modern historians, to reflect what we now know to be the wider social background of those involved and that 'new scholarship has demolished many of its [the Revolt] foundations'. The same article warns that conventional interpretations of it are 'problematic'. Let me explain 'problematic' as currently deployed by the nation-wreckers. It's an interim state along the spectrum between acceptance and condemnation. Think of it in terms of a doomed Stalin apparatchik. The first sign of his impending fate is demotion to a lower level job. In due course he gets fired, to be followed soon after by accusations of treason, eventually ending in the Lubyanka death chamber with a bullet to the back of the head. Losing his job would be problematic.

This from  the New Statesman is the equivalent of airbrushing Yeshov from his photos with Stalin. "Take, for example, the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381. It was, after all, a tax revolt - something we now associate more with the right than the left - originating in some of England’s most prosperous counties: Essex, Kent and Norfolk. Many of the rebels were not peasants: according to contemporary accounts, the first leader of the protests was a local landowner, Thomas Baker, while another leading agitator, Geoffrey Litster, held the title of bailiff and was a literate local official. When the protesters arrived in London, they soon became absorbed in what Vallance calls “a carnivalesque orgy of violence and destruction”, particularly targeted at foreigners and immigrants."

Aha!!  Now it becomes clearer. You see for today's rootless, multi-racial, atheistic cosmopolitan 'elite' (again, I use that word advisedly) the idea of peasants revolting is, well, revolting. It sends a quiver down their puny spines, conjuring up all sorts of unsettling imagery. Because they now occupy the place of the 14th century aristocracy, feudal landowners and  tax collectors. They're dimly aware, especially post Brexit and Trump, that a seething mass of latter-day peasants, as now represented by the White working and middle classes, flexes its muscles and prepares to retake their country.

Here's to a 21st century peasants' revolt. And hope that this time don't be duped and betrayed by TPTB.

Monday, 3 June 2019

Where's Satan when you need him?

 When is that evil witch Ruth Bader Ginsburg going to do the decent thing and croak? Well considering she's never done the decent thing in her whole life I don't suppose she's going to start now. And few have been more evil than she. Few have done more to destroy the foundations of Heritage America, helping to turn it into a disintegrating degenerate Brazil del norte in waiting.

Just a few examples of her malevolence:

She's called for the legalising of sex for children as young as 12 years. She's argued for legalising prostitution, bigamy and interstate sex trafficking. She has worked tirelessly against sexual dimorphism, ruling for the forced integration of the Boy Scouts and the Girl Guides, college fraternities and sororities, women in the the armed forces (with the proviso that they must benefit from affirmative action), quotas for women in jobs....even finding that Fathers' Day and Mothers' Day to be, yes, offensive and possibly Unconstitutional.  She claimed that the concept of husband-breadwinner and wife-homemaker "must be eliminated from the code if it is to reflect the equality principle".



While she claims to be a Constitutional scholar she has flouted and mangled that document to the point of national scandal. First by her blatant partisanship, threatening to leave for New Zealand were Trump elected, her open and unprecedented canvassing for the Sotamayor SCOTUS appointment. Such partisanship on the part of a Supreme Court Justice represents grounds for removal from theCourt. The Senate has that power. But can you just see them use it? 

And here's the reverence for the document she's sworn to uphold. In a 2012 interview on Al Hayat she stated that she would not look to the U.S. Constitution if she were drafting a constitution in the year 2012. "I might look at the constitution of South Africa. That was a deliberate attempt to have a fundamental instrument of government that embraced basic human rights, have an independent judiciary. It really is, I think, a great piece of work that was done." She also believes that taxpayer-funded abortions should be a Constitutional right. I'm sure that very thought was uppermost in the minds of the Framers, as of course was same-sex marriage. If we're to believe what this witch says.
  
So come on Satan. Be a good little devil. Cut off this demon's supply of children's blood and welcome her to your fiery abode. 

Friday, 31 May 2019

Longford and Ireland's traitor class

Longford is a town in major economic decline, buried deep in the Bog Of Allen.  Not good but this should have at least one upside: Safety from the joys of diversity. But if you thought that you'd be wrong. As this picture of the local primary school entitled Schoolchildren Of Rural Ireland illustrates.
The excellent Gemma O'Doherty copied the image from the local rag The Longford Leader and posted it - without comment - on her blog. Given that the LL published it on their front page you'd imagine that they'd be proud of it. But no. When Gemma's post went viral they lawyered up, threatened her with copyright infringement and insisted that she take it down. Strange as you'd imagine this declining outlet would be be delighted with the publicity. Maybe their response to Gemma was driven by the reaction of the locals who seemed, based on the reaction of the local cricket club at least, to be outraged. To wit:

"This is not a political account. However, I feel compelled to call out @gemmaod1 for her horrendous attack on Longford [my emphasis]. This person is a vile, narrow minded, hateful woman full of disgusting sound bites. You hate Longford and we have you. So just fuck right off."

Which is also most surprising. Until you look at the composition of the "Longford" Cricket Club.
Yes folks, this is today's Ireland.