Bring It On! – Conclusions From Le Pen’s Loss

Bring It On! – Conclusions From Le Pen’s Loss
May 8, 2017 Admin

Well, as many expected, Marine le Pen was not able to pull out a win in the final round of the French Election today.

From what I have seen it looks like she lost about 65-35.

It seems as though she got a few more voters than she did in the first round, but that the vast majority of folks ended up selecting Emmanuel Macron (or ‘Ting Ming‘, from my fictional story the other day).

This is not a surprise, I thought le Pen would lose, but its always different when it actually happens.

With everything official however, I am now going to offer my conclusions.


Conclusion One – Gender Optics

I think there is what we could call an ‘incongruence’ in right-wing, ‘reactionary’ parties being lead by female leaders. I’m not even talking about women leading political parties in general, but just about parties like the FN.

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People in France have been raised their whole life to believe that voting for the FN or parties like them is ‘wrong’. They are the ‘mean’ and ‘hateful’ party, etc, etc, etc. They are ‘racist’.

With this being the case, I think the only reason people WOULD vote for them is because either A) they are totally awakened like us, and understand what is going on, or B) they are regular folks but are desperate for law and order and sanity to return.

This is a reactionary impulse, its an attempt reinstall a paternalistic, tactical, masculine structure to the country. But in having a female leader, the optics end up sort of contradictory, since women are (obviously) associated as more soft, feminine, vulnerable, etc.

Sacarality 3Does that mean Marine would have been a ‘bad’ ruler of France or the FN? No. I just think the ‘optics’ are a little off and I think the FN would have been more succesful with a male candidate.

For this reason, while I do very much like Marion le Pen, Marine’s niece, I am not more hopeful at her prospects.

This segues nicely into my next conclusion…


Conclusion Two – Forget 2022

In the last several days I have read a number of authors who have said something along the lines of ‘Well, the French probably aren’t ready to elect a Le Pen yet, but just wait til 2022…’. Some of these are authors I like and respect, but I think such sentiments are overly optimistic.

First of all, it is abundantly clear that the elites have no desire to allow a Le Pen to win. For God sakes they sent double ballots to all the overseas voters who are overwhelmingly opposed to Le Pen. Then, when all these documents emerged on friday night that implicate Macron in tax evasion (!) the French government instructed the media to ignore them, which they proceed to do!

Beyond that though is the basic demographics. I read an article on this very subject just yesterday on a similar site.

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The article explains that by looking at medical data of those tested for sickle cell diseases in French hospitals (babies from Africa and the Middle-East and a couple bordering areas), it can be deduced (to a pretty exact number) that 40% of births in France nowadays are to ‘non-European’ babies.

Apparently there may be a few Greeks or Portugese among that number but even so, it wouldn’t alter it more than a percentage point or two. Plus its possible there are Afghani or Chechnyan babies being born that aren’t being tested.

With the demographics at such a point, the idea that there can be any victory or survival for France through political means at this point is naive.

Let me make that sentiment clear:


(more on this below at bottom)

My next conclusion is actually hopeful:


Conclusion Three – This May Be The Beginning Of The End

With Macron being the elite candidates that the elites in charge used to steal the election so they, the elites, could stay in power, I think it is important to examine not just France/Europe as a whole, but the elites specifically.

Euro 2Peter Turchin has some very interesting ideas that suggest that the end for countries/tribes/civilizations eventually comes not when competition between the elites and the masses reaches its highest level, but when inter-elite competition reaches its highest level.

To that end there have been some interesting articles of late suggesting we are seeing something like that.

The first is by Doug Casey, and it documents just to what an extent the last ten-twenty-forty years has been a progressively exploding blood bath in which vampiric bankers in conjunction with central banks have effected the greatest mass-transfer of money from the poor and middle-class to the rich in the world’s history.

The second is by Peak Prosperity, and follows in the same vein, but explains that things for the bankers are starting to fall apart too, as there are less and less profits for them to fight over, and that inter-bank competition is reaching a fever-pitch.

Certainly it is clear at this point that the European Central Bank and the Fed cannot keep pumping liquidity (fiat money) into the system, as North America and Europe (especially Europe) are already drowning in debt and have measly growth as a result of their underlying demographic problems.

sweden-credit-cards-4While right now things seem ‘okay’ economically, we all remember how bad things were in places like Greece and Spain back in 2010, and NOTHING has changed except for massive amounts of money being printed. I think Europe is headed straight back in 2010-style conditions, only this time with an ever bigger ‘multiculturalism’ problem on their hands.

This brings us to my final conclusion.


Conclusion Four- What’s Deserved

People are patient. Many people have been waiting the last five years in the hope (and belief) that Marine Le Pen and the National Front would win this election and things in France would finally seem to be going in a sane direction.

For over those last five years, across Europe, things have been quite the opposite.

sweden war image 1I sense that people are beginning to lose patience, and before I conclude this essay with my final thoughts, I want to reprint a portion of a Capitalist Exploits post that just appeared on Zero Hedge. I should add the site is about investing rather than politics, and that even when he does venture into the connections between the two, the author- Chris- seems about the most normal, decent, common-sensical person you could imagine.

It begins:



Recently I read this article about a gang of “men” who gang-raped a 21 year old Swedish woman, streaming the video on Facebook while gloating over the attack.

Disturbingly comments on the Facebook stream were complementary and encouraging. The comments were from muslims who believe that western women are “unclean” and “deserve” to be raped. The rapists were all immigrant muslims, which you’re not allowed to mention in today’s PC world. Simply mentioning the facts opens one to cries of racism.

My initial thoughts were that the rapists, together with those encouraging them online, should all be rounded up and shot without hesitation.

To hell with assigning them legal representation paid for by the state.

To hell with employing clinical psychologists who will try convince us of traumatic childhoods, and to hell with the inevitable months of “due process” resulting in – at worst – a couple of years in the slammer after which these vermin will be released on good behaviour.

Ask yourself this…

Who agrees with me?

Who is willing to agree with me in public?

Who is willing to retweet this very article and put their name to it in agreement?

That number grows by the day but we’re still living in a twilight zone where agreeing with what I’ve just suggested is a big no-no.

Why? Not because I’ve suggested these animals be shot but because I mentioned two things which the politically correct West steadfastly refuses to acknowledge.

I mentioned immigrants and muslims.

Why did I do that? Because that’s who committed the crimes. Now, imagine the rapists were in fact atheist, fat, middle aged white men. Replace the words “immigrant” and “muslim” with “atheist, fat, middle aged white men” and tell me, would you be called racist for doing so? No.

The answer you’ll find is that it would sound absurd to suggest I’m racist towards fat, atheist, middle aged white men, and yet by stating the fact that the criminals are in fact both immigrants and muslims the politically correct West will eat me alive.

Why is this?

Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that there is no epidemic of fat, middle aged white men raping women, driving trucks and cars into people, rioting, murdering, and blowing themselves up to the cry of Allahu Akbar. I assure you that if that were the case, I’d name them just as readily but there are not.

And yet we cannot say such things…

Side story: I was contacted by the editor of a major financial publication who is a reader of the blog. Here is the message:

We all know that an open discussion is desperately required. Facing reality and identifying the problem is, as mentioned, at least 80% of the solution, and yet this is not allowed.

When the open discussion of extremely serious problems such as the daily atrocities committed by immigrants in the name of Islam is prevented, then the lid on the pot bobbles. Silently, behind closed doors, or intoxicated at parties but when honesty is laid bare, people seek someone – anyone – who will put an end to the insanity. With brutal force if necessary.

Daily we wait now for the next event. Beheadings of priests, trucks being driven into crowds of innocent families, stabbings of random people going about their everyday affairs, rapes of woman and children… all to the cry of Allahu Akbar.

Daily, it arrives.

People look to their elected leaders and here’s what they get. The  establishment tell them they must learn to live with it.

Their leaders tell them that what they’re seeing with their own eyes is not real.

Their leaders tell them that what they’re hearing with their own ears is not real.

“Holy wars will begin in Europe.” – Turkish foreign minister

And yet Western leaders try tell us that isn’t what is meant. No, really, it’s something else.

Even while Islamic fighters tell us precisely what they mean both in actions and words.

While afraid to say so publicly how many in private think: is it not time to bring in the military, round them all up, put them on a ship with a jammed rudder and aim it at North Africa?

With no end in sight and the PC infested establishment refusing to acknowledge, let alone deal with the issues, the zeitgeist silently but rapidly shifts towards those who promise to do something -no matter how ugly or violent it may look.

Left unchecked, the passage of time combined with the daily mayhem unleashed on the streets, malls, and public spaces drives ordinary citizens ordinarily repulsed by violence to increasingly call for it. This is the future.

Read my article on why people will accept and condone the coming violence.

It doesn’t matter whether you or I think this good or bad. That’s not the point. It’s already happening and thousands of years of human nature prove it isn’t the first time.


My conclusion:white-genocide-6

I think Chris is completely right. This is utterly ridiculous and I believe there are good men across Europe shaking their heads thinking the same thing today.

Macron, along his pathetic, emasculated, traitorous brethren like Francois Hollande, David Cameron, and Tony Blair before him, is a scourge on the face of Europe for whom there is no punishment too strong.

These men, whether on their own or as toadies of Rothschilds and Soros’s and other criminals, have destroyed their nations, have allowed thousands upon thousands of innocent Europeans to be murdered by Muslim terrorists, have allowed a Muslim-on-European rape epidemic of unprecedented proportions, and have for all intents and purposes signed their souls away through policies whose only possible result is the creation of a Muslim Europe of untold horrors and suffering.

These men deserve to hang from lamp-posts.

This site absolutely does not advocate violence or illegality but things have reached a fever pitch and I certainly predict it.

I no longer think France has any political solutions. If it is saved it will be by strong men, using violence, as has been the case over and over throughout human history.

I and we surrounding this site have been of this mind for a long while- indeed its the same thing I wrote in my book– but I believe Le Pen’s loss today will be an important catalyst for men around Europe who might not have yet been at that place. Men who voted for Le Pen and Wilders and Hofer and other such politicians, and legitimately believed there was still a political solution.

Today, I think- and hope- they realize there is not.

Comments (41)

  1. SteveRogers42 7 months ago

    The non-French immigrants, leftist enablers, and globalist manipulators are breathing sighs of relief, thinking that they have won a great victory. They couldn’t possibly be more wrong. They don’t realize that this was the TradNats last peace offering, and the last chance to do this “the easy way”. Sadly enough, a hard rain’s gonna fall.

    In the Battle of Sobraon (1846), British general Hugh Gough was informed that the British troops were running out of bullets. “Thank God”, he replied. “Now I can get at ’em with the bayonet”. The True Europeans have just run out of ballots.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      Yes they were certainly self-congratulatory today weren’t they?

  2. SteveRogers42 7 months ago

    In the meantime, some beautiful European art (and beautiful Europeans) to calm your blood pressure:

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      Admin 7 months ago

      These are absolutely awesome.

      I think there is so much room for more cool art like this in our movement. I would love to take like half a million dollars (in a perfect world of course) and use it to support various ‘Tolkienist’ art projects like this (like the left does with their own art).

      Appreciate the link it did give me some good feels lol.

  3. Rick 7 months ago

    Democracy is Dead
    I may be in the minority here (not racially lol) but I think if LePen had won it would have been a shit show and we would have seen endless compromise and cucking.
    We have to accept that at present the human capital and nationalist infrastructure is not strong enough to hold the reigns of power. LePen would have faced a hostile press and unlike the US there is no Breitbart or Infowars in France to counter the dominant narrative. She would have been against a hostile financial and business sector and a leftist administrative state.
    For us a change of party is not enough, we will need a complete overturn of society and that can only come about through a violent revolution in which all of the old guard are killed off or a cultural revolution in which people will have to change there thinking or at least go along with the Nationalist ideology. LePen, Trump etc.. represent the 1st wave of Nationalism a kind of civic nationalism that seeks compromise, acceptance and mainstream coverage. They are trying to move to the centre while the centre is disintegrating.
    There job has been to take the slings and arrows and go first into the breach. Move the overton window, start conversations, spark ideas and inspire some people. I think they have done that and we are going to see a 2nd wave of Nationalism rise up, more robust and unapologetic. The move from multi racial globalist to ethnic nationalist requires a REAL transfer of power not the illusory kind that we have now.
    Nobody can give power it can only be taken, and so ultimately this will have to happen.

    • SteveRogers42 7 months ago

      Rick, I think your crystal ball is crystal clear.

    • ProLepanto 7 months ago

      Putting down a violent insurrection (however it might have been justified) is Just what the powers at be would like. It will take attention away from their inevitable failures and give them the only socially acceptable scapegoat. Best to at least wait until another moslem street war takes takes hold of Paris again, then act. The Falange took the countryside quickly and decisively because it had been plagued with the horrors of anarcho-communism and the populations had enough. It is quite evident that the French population has a limited attention span, the fire must be licking at their toes before they’ll admit the firemen into their homes. The fire the week before is out of sight and mind. We need entry into their hearts, and desperation is key.
      In the mean time organize, when the Balkans erupted it was the most intermingled sections which obviously suffered the most turmoil. Resources win wars, acquire them or convert those who hold them. If you go off half cocked it will look like the Hungarian revolt of 56.

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        Admin 7 months ago

        Yeah, I think we all have similar visions. I can’t envision any right wing organization just seizing power or anything like that, just appearing out of nowhere. Not even close.

        The ‘positive’ visions I see in the future for countries like France involve things falling apart to a pretty heavy degree, parallel (non-governmental) native European institutions rising up as a result, some amount of violence between the various groups (could be a lot or a little), and then those native European power structures retaking power either from a) the complete vacuum that has developed, or b) the remnants of the suicidalist governments.

        Building those parallel power structures is, as you pointed out, absolutely integral though.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      That is an extremely good point about the 1st wave and 2nd wave, I had never thought about it like that before.

      I was worried about what would happen if she won too just like you said. I am glad Trump won and wouldn’t take it back but certainly the reality has been different from the vision lol.

      I absolutely do think the overton window is shifting.

  4. shadowman 7 months ago

    Agreed – full-on civil war is now the only way that France can save itself.
    Elections in Western Europe are now completely pointless and have been for some time.

    It would be very useful to our cause if the muslims massively raised the violence level in France. If they did that and kept it up for a number of months or years then that would help.

    • dbreen 7 months ago

      Some sort of coup could be a viable third option.

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        Admin 7 months ago

        @ dbreen I agree as long as we are talking about *within* a destabilization scenario, where things have already fallen halfway apart. I think if anyone tried a coup now it would be a bridge way too far. But once things are pretty destabilized, far different 🙂

        • dbreen 7 months ago

          Of course.
          A straight forward coup couldn’t happen now.
          The banks would be cut off. Trade would blocked in an instant from western countries. The economy would be smashed in a few weeks. They’d have very little legitimacy from the masses after that. Rank and file would reflect the masses.
          It needs to be kinda falling. The military needs to be able to say “we stopped france from starving” or something like that afterwards. Maybe the army could trip up the state in some way.

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            Admin 7 months ago


            Its almost like the reverse of what the neocons are hoping for in Russia. I don’t think they actually would be stupid enough to try to militarily invade Russia, but I think they hope that Russia experiences destabilization, an internal opposition begins attaining popularity, and then some crisis ensues in which the government loses legitimacy and the internal opposition can slide in and take over, possibly with some limited violence/etc but without a full scale war. They would all assist that internal opposition of course.

            Our hoped for scenario would be similar but from the opposite angle. I think the biggest hurdle though is that there is no ‘parallel power structure’ or internal opposition that is really ‘close enough to the dock’ yet so to speak. And none of the countries are quite far gone enough. But if you magnify the situation in France or Sweden a little bit, assume it gets worse over the next 3-4 years, and assume some internal opposition also gets moderately bigger, than you have the scenario.

            I think actually the closest we’ve come is Greece, with the Golden Dawn and the anarchy that the country experienced. The Golden Dawn might be a bridge too far in terms of acceptance by the rest of the world. I could see foreign powers even sending in troops to prevent it, but they did amass a considerable amount of logistical depth, as well as legitimacy, and the country was anarchic enough that them taking power seemed possible.

            We (everyone who wants Europe to survive) just gotta keep building infrastructure/relationships/funding/connections/depth/legitimacy/etc. Long road but not much alternative. Biggest ingredient is going to be the economics, but those are on our side, even though it doesn’t seem so at the moment.

          • dbreen 7 months ago

            Golden Dawn. Too extreme for the masses.
            Besides, the normies might be right. The idea of becoming the next serbia isn’t a goal worth pursuing for a small country. If the greeks had an orban figure who’d do 80% of what Golden dawn would do, maintain a façade of conservatism, find a way to escape the debt and still keep off the neocons hitlist, the greeks might go for that.

            Economics being important. I couldn’t agree more.
            We need not only to be big powerful guys in the broader economy. We need to form an internal subculture. A sense of tribe comes from economics as well as culture. The social and economic elements of tribalism shouldn’t be separated. We need to work to strengthen existing networks to make it easier for traditionalist/nationalist to support each other. Both spiritually and in material ways too. Homeschool co-ops. Patronizing each others businesses, offer jobs first within the network, apprenticeships to youngsters within the tribe, expect/enforce standards of behavior.
            Building up traditions within the tribe/community. Keep services out of the money economy to it can be taxed.
            Eventually the numbers and talent will be great enough to start trying to take over organizations. If you get to situations where of the top 12 folks working say at a corporation, 2 are nationalist tribe members, 2 are corruptible minorities 1 is a blackmailable degenerate if one has the right expertise and 7 are atomized normies then you own that organization.
            We should be quite prepared for all this to go on for a generation or two yet. One of the flaws of aryans is that we see history moving in “car chases and gunfights”. In years gone by cathedrals might take 100 years. 4 generations might work on the same building. We need to know that this patience might be called of us again.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      I agree. I worry far more about them ‘going quiet’ for several years than I do about the opposite. If they were smart and patient that’s what they’d do. I don’t think they have the patience though. They’ll be blowing something up or murdering folks in no time. Then again that has yet to wake the French up so who knows!

  5. gris bosque 7 months ago

    I think the thing to remember is that the most likely scenario is increasing anarchy, and that any “cure” will be part of that anarchy.

    Basically it was the election of no return.

    Are you ready for the anarchy? Can you operate in it? where will your food come from? Many here are more into stock markets than stocked pantries.

    My group was happy this week to find out we could buy brass zippers. If you don’t know why we were happy, you aren’t in the necessary headspace to survive and thrive. How many are buying tactical products with cheap zippers? how many failed zippers have you had? Survival and resistance are based on practicality. work is the best survival skill, academic discussions do not affect this future! Who of you even grows staples? During the Soviet collapse potatoes became more important than politics.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      Well, if we reach Zombie Apocolypse style anarchy it will have repurcussions beyond just Muslims/Europe/etc. I guess when I envision ‘anarchy’ in Europe or anywhere else in the west its not quite to that extent in terms of loss of technology/basic services, more akin to Syria/Lebanon/etc where there is still some technology and food and etc its just a lack of rule of law and functioning government, lots of violence, etc.

      I certainly don’t preclude the possibility of destabilization in the world to that level either though and I absolutely want to get prepared for it. And as you pointed out, even when Russia collapsed in the 90’s, while it wasn’t Walking Dead type anarchy it was definitely pretty extreme.

  6. Delphi 7 months ago

    I don’ think North America’s in danger of a loss of basic food staples, barring a nuclear war in which all bets are off. Europe.. I wouldn’t guarantee anything, especially in “No Go zones”. You can of course go to your local food bank and accumulate cans (half of them are a bit dead boring, unfortunately, but what to do?).

    I always though the good bit is, if and when civil war breaks out, the productive class don’t need to keep supporting all the assorted immigrants on welfare anymore. Strategies like simply cutting off all essentials to an area become legitimate, if they’re really “No go” anyways. This (may) result in my own death as some old granny somewhere, but , well, what a pitty. Islamism is anti reason and it sucks – Atwood DID base her book “Handmaid’s” on Iran, you know.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      God that would be the ultimate black pill if Poland or any of the other Visegrad countries caves… I don’t think it will happen though.

  7. YesPasaran 7 months ago

    It’s important not to lose heart over elections. Winning elections is not the path to power, but an exercise of the power you already have.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      Very well said YesPasaran.

      Also another silver lining, if Macron now starts pushing Poland and Hungary to take infinity Muslims, it could engender a backlash to fuel further shifts rightward.

    • SteveRogers42 7 months ago

      YP- I’m gonna steal that one.

  8. Mr Lahey 7 months ago

    My view is 1 of 3 outcomes:

    1) Some west European countries come to their senses and vote in political parties who will act, stop and reverse ALL non-European immigration. However, the liberal/progressive anti-white white state aka public and civil service aka “the establisment” will rebel = civil war.

    2) Weimar Republic scenario where 2 factions outside of govt will emerge. One will be against immigration, Islam, rape, paedophilia etc. and the other will be choc full of anti-white whites, muslims, climate change fanatics, paedophiles etc. who are “Progressives”. Govt. will have to pick a side (the Progressive side) because they cannot defend against both factions = civil war

    3) Nothing will happen. Whites will do nothing and Europe will turn into one massive South Africa with Whites hiding out in gated communities = war of annihilation to root out the remaining whites (as with what is kicking off in SA now).

    Which ever way one looks at it, war is on the cards. The East European stuff is fairy tales. They’re so many of them in Western Europe that they can’t see that their own homelands are being filled up with muslims and Africans. Nowhere is immune to this sh1t…maybe Switzerland but they too will be trampled over by Political Correctness.

    Great site!

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Thanks for the comment Mr Lahey- is this your first time on the site? Appreciating you sharing your thoughts.

      I think your scenarios are absolutely spot on.

      I think with #1 there are still a couple countries that are still within that ‘window of opportunity’. Denmark, although they are getting further away every day. MAYBE Norway, but that’s a stretch. Finland definitely. They’re doing pretty well but I just worry the opposite is going to happen and they are going to go from okay to bad. Greece is interesting in that they have lots of migrants but none of the migrants want to live there. Similar to Italy, so those two might be able to save themselves through voting still actually. Spain perhaps, they seem as crazy as most of the other Western Europeans but don’t seem to have quite as high of numbers of immigrants for whatever reason. Switzerland I don’t know, they are pretty far gone. And then I think the UK, Holland, Belgium, France, Austria, Germany, and Sweden are all officially past the voting stage now.

      I think with #2 is likely but really you could even say three sides: 1) the muslims, 2) the nutjobs progressives, and 3) the preservationists.

      And then #3 I must admit is my greatest fear. I would prefer any eventuality to that. Its horrible to think about. I could not imagine all of Europe going the way of South Africa. Now, if Eastern Europe can hold out, then it wouldn’t be QUITE as bad as South Africa, in that the last whites in Western Europe could hopefully migrate to the East in the end, but what a depressing prospect.

      I guess my thoughts on #3 are that I COULD see particular populations doing that in a vacuum (like the Swedes), but that the proximity of so many other white countries (like the Visegrads and Russia) will hopefully push things to a head before a nation like the Swedes could go softly into that dark night, so to speak.

      • Mr Lahey 7 months ago

        Thanks for the reply Admin. Yes it was my first time on the site when I posted. Have been spending the past few days reading the Cabinet documents, with regards to immigration, from the late 40s to late 60s on the UK National Archives site. It’s easy to see that a political solution was possible during the 50s but it was missed, most likely due to Churchill’s ill health. Some of the stuff in those documents is enough to make your nose bleed. The UK Govt more or less accepted a multi-racial UK back in the 60s and actually thought they could ‘control’ it…but they didn’t reckon on how quickly 3rd worlders reproduce????

        Either way, when it comes to Eastern Europe, we have to be mindful of why so many Poles, Romanians, Bulgarians etc have piled into the UK: a welfare state. 3rd world scum are not interested in Eastern Europe because there is no free money to be had. However, wherever whites run and set up shop, the 3rd world won’t be far behind.

        I suspect there will be spark soon in Greece, Italy or the Balkan states. Has to be.

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          Admin 7 months ago

          I hope so.

          I was struck by the same thing the last time I was researching the Enoch Powell situation, in that it is absolutely amazing how early the modern ‘diversity is strength, racism is evil’ thinking began. Even in 68 when he gave that speech it was absolutely rampant, even within the conservatives. As you said it was like the death of Britain had already been decided upon…

          • Mr Lahey 7 months ago

            Yes, Enoch Powell’s speeches after the Rivers of Blood speech are very good, as is what you can read on the Hansard site with regards to what he said in Parliament. Very easy to spot that he was looking miles ahead of the political classes back then in that he could see that immigrants will simply multiply and that is the threat.

            What amazed me about reading the cabinet papers re: British Nationality Act 1948 (which was the opening of the doors), is how the Attlee Govt. actually thought those in the colonies should be ‘looked after’. There is one paper which discussed how the Indian govt. had objected to the title “British Subject” in British Nationality Act 1948. Rather than tell India to F off, the govt. pandered to them? India wanted it’s people to waltz into this country and take whatever they could…yet they objected to such people being referred to as “British Subjects”…LOL. So I think the govt. went down the PC route and opted for “Commonwealth Subject”. Utterly shocking! The colonies wanted independence, hated the British and yet we were to ‘look after’ them?

            Other things of note, was Conservative cabinet documents from the 1950s which discuss how British Rail and London Bus Company staff were going to the West Indies and actively encouraging blacks to emigrate to the UK. Also, there seemed to be a frustration from Ministers who were concerned at how Indian, Pakistani and West Indies govts. were actively encouraging their people to emigrate to the UK.

            Then there was the real opener. A cabinet paper which specifically mentioned how “coloured immigrant landlords” were buying properties in “white streets” and filling them up with coloured immigrants, as in overcrowding. The paper said that whites found this intolerable and so would move out the street. What was a white street when then go ‘coloured’. Those papers specifically stated that the immigrants coming in could not read and write, would bring their 3rd world ways with them and so settle in immigrant areas only. There was also a mention of the rise of TB too.

            It’s just utterly shocking. They seemed more concerned with what “the Commonwealth” would do to the UK if we had shut the doors and deported those already here.

  9. Rick 7 months ago

    Spain is an interesting case, I use to live there, and the town I lived in had a yearly festival called the Cristianos & Moros which is a kind of theatrical reenactment in the town centre of the reconquista when the Christians drove the moors (Muslims) out.
    Almost all of the Spaniards I knew held the Muslims (particularly Moroccans and Algerians) in low regard and It’s virtually impossible to integrate properly into Spanish culture even though they get a lot of immigrants from South America, who can obviously speak the language.
    Their economy is also in dire straits so it would be interesting to know if Spain is a transit or destination country. I lived there about 15 years ago and some africans were trickling in selling sunglasses on the beach but not many. Perhaps the Franco dictatorship or the 700 year occupation has made them more based.

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Very interesting info Rick.. Your observations mesh with what I had sort of expected. I think you are right and its probably more of a transit country than destination one.

      The Spaniards do seem to have this weird dichotomy where in many ways they are just a liberal as the rest of the Western Europe, but at the same time just not quite as earnest about it or something. I have never been there and don’t really even know any Spaniards, but I guess they just come off as being so carefree and NOT anal/anxious/etc that they don’t bend over backwards as much in terms of ethnomasochism. I think you’re right too that having been occupied by the Muzzies and living in close proximity with them they are probably inoculated against some of the excesses we see in Sweden/Holland/Germany too.

      At the same time maybe I’m an anti-Spanish bigot but even if Spain survives I don’t think I could view it as the desired blood and soil homeland for our people anyway lol. Although its true they have a decent number of blondes and blue-eyed people there though isn’t it?

  10. Rick 7 months ago

    Yes, there is a good deal of germanic type spaniards, originally the Goths occupied Spain and I think they have mixed somewhat to create the typical “swarthy spaniard” but the blond gene resurfaces frequently. Also there is quite a lot of English, Dutch, Germans and Norwegians living there, Their biggest concern will be the mass of South Americans/mestizo type that have moved in. It’s a gorgeous country and clearly a desirable part of Europe, but yeah the Spanish mentality is tough to gauge.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      From what I undestand there are some very white parts of Latin America too, especially in Uruguay, Brazil, and Argentina. I have never spent any time there but it sounds like there were a number German immigrants there, and even more Italians.

      It sounds like those countries have plenty of anti-white violence towards them as well though.

  11. SteveRogers42 7 months ago

    What an artfully-posed victory speech! A pyramid with an illuminated eye at the apex is just the sort of heartwarming symbolism that we all need to heal the divisions from this divisive election of divisiveness!

    Of course, only an unbalanced mind would consider this a Revelation of the Method. Coincidence theorists simply explain that he was choreographed to appear centered in the pyramid to symbolize his “centrist” approach to governing…without all that messy populism and nationalism.

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      Admin 7 months ago

      Eek. Kind of gives one the shivers :=

  12. SteveRogers42 7 months ago
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      Admin 7 months ago

      That is absolutely crazy… and makes perfect sense.

      I am actually surprised I never noticed that before. Perfectly sums it up though.

      I have never trusted male politicians without sons (e.g. GW Bush, Obama, etc), but I trust CHILDLESS politicians even less!

      No wonder they are all enraptured to this crazy nutjob cult they are a part of.

      • SteveRogers42 7 months ago

        This type of anti-procreation propaganda is straight out of C.M.Kornbluth’s “Marching Morons” — except that was satire and scifi:

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          Admin 7 months ago

          Heckin aye… it is absooutely remarkable when you present all these covers or similar media together and see just what they are pushing. Actually I think those kind of memes where you are shining a light on such stuff are some of the most productive/effective.

  13. SteveRogers42 5 months ago
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      Admin 5 months ago

      Interesting. Thank you for linking to this. I think they are very persuasive. I can absolutely see the French elites/beaureucrats stealing the election. No doubt in my mind.

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