It’s been a very long time since I’ve posted anything. Mainly, it’s because I’ve just been far too busy to do so, but there is another reason as well. Quite frankly, I’ve given up hope that we’re going to find a peaceful solution to the problems that our world is facing. I’ve fully resigned myself to the fact that total collapse and chaos is inevitable at this point.
Back in 2016 I was optimistic that we might very well be able to “democracy” our way out of the problems we were dealing with, afterall. In June that year, we saw the UK vote to leave the EU, and in November we saw the election of Donald Trump in America. Go back and read those articles and see how happy I was. I was convinced that these two events were the beginning of the pendulum swinging back at last. That finally the collective suicidal insanity of the Western world had been overcome, and that we would finally start looking out for our own interests again.
How naive I was. In my excitement, I underestimated two things. One, the apathy and cowardice of the majority of our people, as well as their genuine ignorance as to how serious the problems we’re facing really are. The vast majority of people have no idea what’s happening to the whites in South Africa, no idea what’s going on in Sweden, have no understanding of the real history between Europe and the Islamic world, etc., and therefore are incapable of perceiving the existential threat that we’re facing. If they don’t hear about it on their Facebook timeline, off some pontificating self-righteous dickhead in Hollywood, or on the mainstream media, then as far as they’re concerned, it couldn’t possibly be true.
The other thing I underestimated was the resolve of our enemies. I forgot that for the enemy that this is life or death. They need us to be weak in order for them to survive. This is a plan more than a century in the making, and they can’t allow any resistance to it now, when they’re so close to reaching the point of no return. They know that if we started acting in our own interests again, and realised that it isn’t necessary to destroy ourselves, that people would start asking questions about why we were even doing so in the first place.
And if we were to start asking “why”, it would inevitably lead to the question of “who” is to blame. And if that was to happen…
Our enemies have a stranglehold over the mainstream media, the financial system, pop culture, and pretty much every institution of relevance in the world. Just because they lost a couple of battles, doesn’t mean they’re in a position that requires surrender just yet. They still have the power to fight back, and as the escalation in conflict and division over the past few years has shown, that is exactly what they’ve chosen to do.
In the past few months I’ve just watched the situation deteriorate further. Instead of giving the British people the Brexit they voted for, I can see them ending up in a scenario were they actually get the worst of both worlds. Trapped in a free travel agreement with a continuation of unrestricted migration and tax-payer money being siphoned out of the country, but without the ability to actually vote on anything, like an actual EU member. Good job Theresa May. Much like your fellow childless hag, Angela Merkel, you won’t have any descendants to suffer the consequences of your actions, but your name will be cursed by your people, centuries after you’re gone… or at least it will, if there even are anymore Britons in Britain in a few centuries (I’m starting to doubt there will, myself).
In America, Trump has been failing hard. We’re more than two years in to his term, and we still see no signs of that border wall. We instead hear rhetoric about starting a war with Venezuela, and we see him talking about increasing “legal” immigration to the highest levels ever. God forbid that employers might have to actually raise wages for American workers, or begin investment in automation. Gotta keep wages down, so lets import infinity “legal” immigrants in order to depress wages as much as possible.
At least he’s kept all his promises to Israel. Moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Cutting off all aid to the Palestinians. Passing the bill to send 38 Billion dollars to Israel over the next decade. I’m sure that will go down well with his “America First” support base. Forget about “Make America Great Again”, there’s another slogan which is much more appropriate.
The straw that really broke the camel’s back for me though was the recent terrorist attack in Christ Church. Yes, I do consider it a terrorist attack. Yes the victims were Muslims, and the killer was a white guy. Yes, I oppose it completely.
However the reaction in the mainstream media and social media, seems to be a combination of obsessive virtue signalling and giddy thrill. I truly believe that many people are delighted that this attack has happened, not because they want to see Muslims die, but because FINALLY, they have a fresh “white supremacist” terror attack that fits their narrative. They get an excuse to virtue signal and show off how progressive and caring they are. The dead Muslims are just a tool to be utilised. They get an excuse to talk about how Muslims are the real victims, and that white men are the real threat. Sure let’s forget the fact that the statistics disagree.
Feelings are all that matter. They don’t give a damn about any of the victims. They care about how they can exploit the incident to portray themselves as moral people. “OMG my heart goes out to the victims of *insert terrorist attack here*. My prayers are with their families. Please give me Facebook likes and tell me what a compassionate soul I am”. Pathological altruism is a myth, in my opinion. Pathological virtue signalling is what it actually is, and it makes me sick.
I look at the attacker, and I see people trying to figure out “why did he do it?” It’s not a fucking mystery, it’s actually quite obvious to anyone with even a shred of common sense. He did it, because he felt he had no other choice. And why did he feel he had no choice? Well, if I haven’t managed to explain that already in the previous 4 years that I’ve been writing this blog, or even just within the first few paragraphs of this post, then I doubt I’ll be able to explain it any better now.
I think this attack was a game changer because the killer in this case wasn’t like any other white mass shooters. Most of them tend to be anti-social weirdos with all kinds of personal problems. This guy in comparison came off as quite normal. He wasn’t an incel. He wasn’t a victim of bullying. He didn’t have a criminal history, he was in good shape etc. He was not the kind of person you would expect to do something like this, because unlike most of these shooters, this was a guy who actually had something to lose.
So when you take that into consideration, it begs this question. If a guy who had something to lose, was pushed far enough that he felt he had no other choice, but to do something so horrific, can you imagine how far the most downtrodden young white men will go? I’m talking about those with no friends, no dating prospects (incels), no worthwhile job opportunities (gotta give preference to minorities first), who are also constantly reminded and shamed for how “privileged” they are, who are driven close to the point of suicide, and who don’t even so much as have the option to vent about their frustrations, because their views are censored from the internet. Can you imagine it?
I think we’re going to see a lot more bloodshed, and from both sides. Muslims are already calling for “revenge” attacks in retaliation, but I can see other young white men following in the footsteps of Brenton Tarrant. The political / democratic solution has failed to do what was needed, and people are being pushed to their limits.
And personally, I just don’t care anymore. I was hoping for the peaceful solution, but at this point, I no longer think that’s an option.