Die Flut Kommt - Does the European want democracy?

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The Westerner doesn't love democracy. But he does want it. What he is attached to specifically is the flattery that each person is a mini-statesman suited to government. And to pry that flattery away from him is to inform him he's incompetent and people don't take well to that. That's a very serious hurdle there.

It's an interesting discourse talking about monarchies and 'Great Leader' systems and all the rest of it. But it's a fairly meaningless conversation that doesn't really grasp the revolutionary character of the age we're entering into. The ability of explicitly authoritarian national governments to function is doubtful in the information age of global integration that has networks of people who presume to be deeply informed presenting a new and unique challenge to state authority and power.

The masses are governed by PR and through advertising techniques projected from the private sector, that relentlessly brutalise the masses into being the perfect spending machines. That's the dictatorship at hand and the task of the future to exorcise the ghost of Edward Bernays, the late PR godfather. It's unclear whether that can be accomplished. After that, what formal system you might prefer is an easy going matter.
 
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A or B? Give us a B please Bob!

Bilingual schools are weapons which are underestimated in the war against globalism, cloaked as multiculturalism, and are in fact the very definition of what multiculturalism is. What I mean by bilingual schools is an expansion of what Pearse suggested. I think primary school children who attend Irish speaking schools should be introduced to Manx and Scottish, Welsh and Cornish, from an early age, as well as several other European languages at a later date.

Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile remixed 4 a new generation:

O mo cailìn bheag nighean an Lagàin
Airson a dheanainn dòrtadh faladh
A cailìn bheag à tìr nan Leòdach
'S fhuil 'ga thùcadh 's e gun anail

Obhan, obhan, obhan, iri
Obhan, iri, o!
Obhan, obhan, obhan, iri
Smor mo mhulad smor

’Sé do bheatha a bhean ba léanmhar
D'bé ár gcreach tú bheith i ngéibhinn
Do dhúiche bhreá i seilbh meirleach
'S tú díolta leis na Gallaibh

Obhan, obhan, obhan, iri
Obhan, iri, o!
Obhan, obhan, obhan, iri
Smor mo mhulad smor

Tá Diarmuid agus Gráinne ag teacht thar sáile
‘S Fionnghuala-na-nGael ‘s míle gaiscíoch
Tá Óglaigh Saoradh leo mar gharda
‘S iad ag fógairt fáin ar Ghallaibh

Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
Anois ar theacht an tsamhraidh

A bhuí le Rí na bhFeart go bhfeiceam
Muna mbeam beo ina dhiaidh ach seachtain
Na hÉireannaigh, hAlbanaigh ‘s na Cumriaigh
Uilig le chéile ‘s’n ruaig thar n' Ghallaibh

Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
Anois ar theacht an tsamhraidh

Cailìn bheag nighean an Lagàin
Ó ì og ì ò
Féic n' luing air bhàrr na mara
'S Óró, Ó ì og ì ò

Mis' amuigh air luing a' seòladh
'Ó ì og ì ò
S'mi gun dòigh air tighinn gu baile
'S Óró, Ó ì og ì ò

Ag gabhail araoir air do bhanais
Ó ì og ì ò
Ansin a chunna mi na coinnlean
'S Óró, Ó ì og ì ò

Le d'ghunna leathann 's le d'fhùdar
Ó ì og ì ò
Le do ghille 's cù 'na dheannamh
'S Óró, Ó ì og ì ò

Bu trom do thriall bhon a' bhaile
Ó ì og ì ò
Airson a dheanainn dòrtadh faladh
'S Óró, Ó ì og ì ò

Mi air chùl nam beanntan àrda
Ó ì og ì ò
Cha chluinn mo gra mo ghearain
'S Óró, Ó ì og ì ò
 
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#20
With sickos obsessed with allowing late abortions...
#I'm cool coz I support Abortion .com

I know this will sound odd, as it did to me when I 1st heard it, but a friend of mine who had a substance abuse problem, told me that God touched him on the hand one night. I'm not a believer myself, in the big bang or God, but I understood what he meant, when he explained to me that his child was Down Syndrome, and that his child had woken him up one time, when he had been under the influence. I used to work with a fella who had Down Syndrome, and in my opinion, the Social Engineers will remove people like that from the human race. That's why the Pro-Abortion Brigade turn my stomach inside out, but I would vote for abortion because I'm Pro-choice. My vote will only be in support of the 1% who deserve an abortion, but I find it heartwarming that people are finding the courage to call the Babylonians Sickos!
 
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The Westerner doesn't love democracy. But he does want it. What he is attached to specifically is the flattery that each person is a mini-statesman suited to government. And to pry that flattery away from him is to inform him he's incompetent and people don't take well to that. That's a very serious hurdle there.

It's an interesting discourse talking about monarchies and 'Great Leader' systems and all the rest of it. But it's a fairly meaningless conversation that doesn't really grasp the revolutionary character of the age we're entering into. The ability of explicitly authoritarian national governments to function is doubtful in the information age of global integration that has networks of people who presume to be deeply informed presenting a new and unique challenge to state authority and power.

The masses are governed by PR and through advertising techniques projected from the private sector, that relentlessly brutalise the masses into being the perfect spending machines. That's the dictatorship at hand and the task of the future to exorcise the ghost of Edward Bernays, the late PR godfather. It's unclear whether that can be accomplished. After that, what formal system you might prefer is an easy going matter.

Yes, this is very much the consumerist delusion. People will no political power whatsoever are being convinced that they are participants in some kind of democratic process.
 
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The Westerner doesn't love democracy. But he does want it. What he is attached to specifically is the flattery that each person is a mini-statesman suited to government. And to pry that flattery away from him is to inform him he's incompetent and people don't take well to that. That's a very serious hurdle there.

It's an interesting discourse talking about monarchies and 'Great Leader' systems and all the rest of it. But it's a fairly meaningless conversation that doesn't really grasp the revolutionary character of the age we're entering into. The ability of explicitly authoritarian national governments to function is doubtful in the information age of global integration that has networks of people who presume to be deeply informed presenting a new and unique challenge to state authority and power.

The masses are governed by PR and through advertising techniques projected from the private sector, that relentlessly brutalise the masses into being the perfect spending machines. That's the dictatorship at hand and the task of the future to exorcise the ghost of Edward Bernays, the late PR godfather. It's unclear whether that can be accomplished. After that, what formal system you might prefer is an easy going matter.
I cannot imagine not being a Monarchist. It's something that I have always been very strongly and at this stage I would see it as basically part of my personality. When I was younger I kind of believed or at least desperately wanted to that King Arthur would arise again from his sleep and purge the Atlantic Isles of evil. I never had much success interesting other Loyalists in the Arthurian Mythos though. My dad is a republican as in believing that the State of Great Britain and Northern Ireland should be a Republic and a not Monarchy and actually a significant number of Ulster Unionists and Loyalists would share that opinion the most famous being Alex Kane (who I kinda like) and Billy Hutchinson (who I despise). There was a print of Oliver Cromwell who is my da and Cruimh's greatest hero of all time hanging in the sitting room in our dump of a council house that always used to utterly depress me, after the last fight I had with my da I destroyed it which is one of the things that I have done which I am not certain whether was right or wrong to do.

The reality is that I am extremely pessimistic about the future. In large parts of the United States and Mexico civilization has effectively broken down. The number of people completely inwardly burnt out on drugs and porn is growing by day. Than there is the fact that our current level of technology is not ecologically sustainable. Unless something radical comes along a collapse into utter and total barbarism is what we will be facing in the not to distant future. My better half has a brilliant scientific mind but he is completely convinced that the Antichrist is just around the corner. I often wonder just how freaked out his work colleague would get if they discovered his eschatological obsessions.
 
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The problem is bureaucracy. Not democracy. In regard to Brussels. This bureaucratic nightmare aids globalists involved in social engineering. Social engineering that has seen us witness barbarism in Europe.
 
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I cannot imagine not being a Monarchist. It's something that I have always been very strongly and at this stage I would see it as basically part of my personality. When I was younger I kind of believed or at least desperately wanted to that King Arthur would arise again from his sleep and purge the Atlantic Isles of evil. I never had much success interesting other Loyalists in the Arthurian Mythos though. My dad is a republican as in believing that the State of Great Britain and Northern Ireland should be a Republic and a not Monarchy and actually a significant number of Ulster Unionists and Loyalists would share that opinion the most famous being Alex Kane (who I kinda like) and Billy Hutchinson (who despise). There was a print of Oliver Cromwell who is my da and Cruimh's greatest hero of all time hanging in the sitting room in our dump of a council house that always used to utterly depress me, after the last fight I had with my da I destroyed it which is one of the things that I have done which I am not certain whether was right or wrong to do.

The reality is that I am extremely pessimistic about the future. In large parts of the United States and Mexico civilization has effectively broken down. The number of people completely inwardly burnt out on drugs and porn is growing by day. Than there is the fact that our current level of technology is not ecologically sustainable. Unless something radical comes along a collapse into utter and total barbarism is what we will be facing in the not to distant future. My better has a brilliant scientific mind but he is completely convinced that the Antichrist is just around the corner. I often wonder just how freaked out his work colleague would get if they discovered his eschatological obsessions.

The plain fact is that European civilisation is lost unless another Hitler or Stalin emerges. I would prefer Stalin, but someone like Hitler would be good too. Stalin is better because his thinking is not tied to the fate of just one nation, but the whole world. I think Hitler's thinking was also moving in that direction. His thinking in Mein Kampf was quite parochial, and he said that it could only be read in the light of his later speeches, which certainly where becoming more profound over time.
 
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