A man who has read thousands of books is allowed to give his opinions on topics outside of his university training, for he is able to amalgamate information, tie important bits together, and offer several annoying insights about our history and our shared reality.
As most of us growing up in the post-WW2 Western world, I was told evil men hated women so much they didn’t want to give women the vote. Men, and only men, opposed universal suffrage—equal participation in democratic elections, both passive and active—and they opposed it because, well, women are inferior.
Black Lives Matter isn’t about the perceived inequality of an allegedly racist society. It’s about the Marxist takeover of the West. For if a bunch of savages can pillage and plunder the formerly most powerful nation in the world, Europe is next. And then what? What are we going to do when we lose our birth ground? Enough is enough!
An unscripted video, in which I speak my mind about the state of The Netherlands, where I grew up. Also called Holland, this country is a mediacracy, ruled by the media in tandem with government and secret services. The multicultural transformation, which I witnessed first-hand, wrecked this society, and turned The Netherlands into a shithole.
If we’re supposed to be the “victors” of the Second World War, then how come it feels as though we’ve lost every other battle since?
The Battles Lost
At first, the winds of change came up in gentle gusts, but if the men who fought in that war were here today, they would not be able to recognize the Western world they died for. It is no longer a civilized region. We’ve been ravaged by progress. It has left both our cities and our morality in ruins.
As the saying goes, roads are made by walking. But when our ancestors first woke up in the swamps of Europe, they had to create land before they could walk.
Scientists now agree ancient Africans invented fire. However, it cannot be denied that Europeans first brought the gift of Prometheus to the North. Our forefathers left Africa’s womb and ventured into the cold, dark places of a new continent, inhospitable to a carefree life.
For with fire and ice, came order and discipline.
My friends and followers around the world,
we are the ones raised to be the Tolerant Generation. That means we’re not the Greatest Generation. Bred and raised to respect The Other, we welcomed him in. All of us were going to coexist, peacefully. We were going to set aside our ethnic and religious differences to hold hands, and sing songs by the campfire.
Our eternal condemnation to treat others equally, as a means to right perceived historical wrongs, also says we are the ones who have something more to give.
This ability of ours, to take care of other people, often in the manner that a farmer may feel sympathy for his cattle, provokes in the world’s rabble an incurable jealousy, if not a vicious hatred, for it means they are our patients, and that makes us the cure.