Wednesday, September 07, 2016

A chilling reminder

The Islamic group ISIS has issued a chilling call for its followers to carry out acts of terror in Australia:
Light the ground beneath them aflame and scorch them with terror. Kill them on the streets of Brunswick, Broadmeadows, Bankstown, and Bondi. Kill them at the MCG, the SCG, the Opera House, and even in their backyards,” the article reads.

“Stab them, shoot them, poison them, and run them down with your vehicles. Kill them wherever you find them until the hollowness of their arrogance is filled with terror and they find themselves on their knees with their backs broken under the weight of regret for having waged a war against the believers, and by Allah’s will, and then through your sacrifices, this Ummah will be victorious.

Could the message be any clearer? There are people in the world who wish us harm. There are people in the world who wish to conquer us. Therefore, it is not a great idea to take up, as your moral cause in life, mass Islamic immigration into the West. That only provides a larger population for the security services to monitor and a greater likelihood of lone wolf attackers emerging.

The liberal elite in the West has decided to champion mass Islamic immigration. They seem to believe that it can be used to break up the established loyalties and identities that exist in the West, to clear a path for a more purely individualistic society organised "rationally" around the market and the state bureaucracy.

As part of this mindset, the liberal elite believes that we should never discriminate on the basis of inherited identities and loyalties and that embracing those who are most "other" to us is a grand moral gesture.

The liberal elite is wrong. It makes sense to prefer a relatively homogeneous society in which people share a close sense of belonging and identity. This creates a high level of social trust, a high level of commitment to the institutions of society, a willingness to sacrifice for the common good, an appreciation of the history and culture to which the individual is so closely connected, a willingness to look to the future good of society, a sense of being anchored (of having roots) within a particular tradition, and a higher sense of one's own tradition as a transcendent good that connects us to one source of meaning in life.

If we continue down the liberal path, not only will we be more greatly exposed to those who wish us harm, but we will eventually come to live more selfishly and shallowly - we will seek as lone individuals to maximise our comfort and physical pleasure within a market and bureaucratic system.

Liberalism dominates right now, so the aim is to contribute to a counterculture. There are certainly Westerners who have a sense of the hollowness of modernity, and it is this group that we need to bring together to more effectively challenge the current liberal orthodoxy.

9 comments:

  1. Lone wolf attackers doesn't quite hit the mark, I think. These people often find succor in the ethnic ghettos. When not direct imports, they are outgrowths of these enclaves and share a lot of their beliefs and values and also their negative sentiment toward WASP society.

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  2. The liberal project seems to aspire to change human nature itself. However, Man is a familial and tribal being, not an individualistic one. In effect, the liberals are taking on God at His own game. I'm backing God, but it's not going to be pretty.

    I suspect there are many more that reject the liberal programme than appears to be the case. One must discount biased media, rigged opinion polls, cowardice and opportunistic self-interest on the part of much of the public. Additionally, there are many simple, not overly bright or tuned-in people who are just not aware of these issues. Hopefully, resistance will grow when the liberals begin to implement policies more likely to impinge on ordinary peoples' lives, such as imprisoning priests for hate-speech and enforcing unisex toilets and showers.

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    1. Sonia Kruger gets it and she represents something like Middle Australia. So there is definitely a section of society who would be open to considering a non-liberal view on this issue.

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  3. Here is an Indian that actually gets what is being done to Whites:

    Very compelling.

    Frank Raymond - An Outsider's Insight into the White Mind & Caucasian Culture
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y--z7SEtypY

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    1. I don't have time right now to listen to the whole thing, but I sampled five minutes of it and it was very good. I'll try to sit down and listen to all of it this weekend.

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  4. I read a theory by a conservative writer the other day the other day which made a lot of sense. It goes like this. The Global Elite need to end democracy to apply their final solution, however democracy is still quite strong in the west and attempts to end it would probably not end well. So, the Global Elite (like George Soros and co.) are infiltrating the west with Islamic Terrorists, in the full knowledge of what will finally happen and so create a crisis that put people in a position where they would welcome a form of marshal law or 'suspension of democracy'. The problem is that once the crisis has passed, there is no way that this group will hand back democracy. They will have achieved their goal of total world domination. I tend to think that this theory is very possible, given the obviousness of logical conclusion of importing Islam to the west. (well it's at least obvious to any who are not under the spell of liberalism). One of the other pieces of support for this theory is the push for gun control in America at the moment using situations that are very different from the rhetoric spewed out from the regressive media. you can't have a well armed population if you're intending to take them over using force.
    Matt

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    1. So, the Global Elite (like George Soros and co.) are infiltrating the west with Islamic Terrorists, in the full knowledge of what will finally happen and so create a crisis that put people in a position where they would welcome a form of marshal law or 'suspension of democracy'. The problem is that once the crisis has passed, there is no way that this group will hand back democracy.

      That's my view as well. The elites are playing the long game and that's something that most conservatives don't understand. The elites have a long-term plan and democracy is definitely not a part of it.

      The EU has been offering us a preview of that long-term plan, with more and more power being put in the hands of unelected unaccountable eurocrats. The EU hierarchy no longer even make a secret of their contempt for democracy.

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  5. The liberal elite in the West has decided to champion mass Islamic immigration. They seem to believe that it can be used to break up the established loyalties and identities that exist in the West, to clear a path for a more purely individualistic society organised "rationally" around the market and the state bureaucracy.

    I agree totally.

    I do think however that it may be a mistake to focus specifically on Islamic immigration. In my view all mass immigration is bad. The danger is that if public opinion shifts against Islamic immigration Malcolm Turnbull will just flood us with some other immigrants who will still serve the purpose of the elites. I think we need to make it clear that we're opposed to all mass immigration.

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  6. Oh my God! I had six friends stay over last night, three devout Christians, one atheist (like me), one non-practising Christian and a Muslim. We ate, we drank, we laughed we solved the world's problems and had a great time. One of them was also a vegan, but she ate the veggie dishes we had prepared and two of them are Labor voters. Will I have to burn my house down now to repent or should I just wait for the Muslim to come back and do it for me?

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