Tuesday, 20 June 2017

LONDON CALLING: MY RETURN HOME


Hold on tight inside!




“I only came back to this craphouse to find out who did it.”

Get Carter, film of the book Jack’s Return Home



“London Calling.

Yes, I was there too.”

The Clash





I fly to London tomorrow. I’ve been away from the city of my birth for 14 months. I suspect it has changed. It’s curious seeing the old place on the news sites. I lived near Westminster Bridge, and later near Borough Market. I often drank in the pub outside which one of the worst slaughters took place. I was born close to Finsbury Park, scene of Sunday’s murder. Someone tried to kill a policeman at Paddington Station yesterday. I used to moor around the corner when I had a narrow boat on the canal. There was a stabbing at Oval station. I’ve been to the Oval to watch test cricket. I know London.

Except I don’t.

I always had a love/hate relationship with the smoke, as we used to call it. Going up the smoke. It was never sin city, but it had a taste of naughtiness about it. I was born in Stoke Newington, but my family moved out to the suburbs when I was a small boy. When I left college in 1979 and got a job, I could afford to go up the smoke. See The Clash. See The UK Subs. Later, see Joy Division and Adam and the Antz, when they were good, before all the Prince Charming nonsense.

I used to look forward to visiting the city of my birth. I’m not looking forward to it this time. I won’t bore you with my anarcho-tyranny theories. If you have been here before, you already know what they are. The deliberate importation of a belligerent Muslim population is going through the form with epic dispatch. Expect more tit-for-tat attacks this summer.

The simmering pot is coming to the boil, I think. I wonder if it is a tiger the UK government can ride. Bear in mind that this is a weak government, led by a woman feeble even by the standards of the political class. I think Britain’s deep state – which I believe exists – has ear-marked Corbyn as the heir apparent. And, of course, that means Abbott will be the most powerful woman in the country. This is not going to get any better any time soon. I also think that is a good thing, for reasons mentioned in a previous episode..

Civil conflict will be interesting, if that doesn’t seem a heartless thing to write. Muslims versus infidels in the streets will force the police to show their hand and, reading the cards over their shoulder, it seems obvious with whom they will side. I have a firm belief that Islam has been introduced into the Western European way of life to subvert it, warp it, and perhaps ultimately destroy it. It may sound extreme, but I believe that governments, wishing for a docile populace, are worried by the thought of an educated populace, and IT has given the great unscrubbed all the elements of higher learning without the inconvenience of attending academic centres that now pass for institutes of higher learning, but are in fact indoctrination stations intended to create cultural robotic Marxists who owe the state money. Islam, of course, is not known for its Nobel Prize podium appearances. That would be Jewry.

If ordinary folk were to turn off the TV in the middle of Sherlock, put down the X-Box controller, give IKEA a miss just for a weekend, buy what they needed from the supermarket rather than the crap advertised to them and for which their impertinent and unruly children whine, ignore football, ditch the newspapers with their lies and celebrities, and start educating themselves, well. You know what would happen.

Education, I mean self-education, is the best way you can spend your time. You should be reading a book a week. A real book, not 50 Shades of Harry Potter. Watch movies, ones that were either made before about 1980, or that didn’t originate in Hollywood. Look beyond Katy Perry for musical sustenance.

Don’t waste your life watching television. Think more. I don’t mean meditation or new age astral bollocks or Neuro Linguistic Programming or reading a fucking Bill Bryson book. I mean read. And get your kids to read, if you have them. They will be being indoctrinated at school, and it is your responsibility to correct that.

In the meantime, as the UK goes inelegantly to hell, you might find yourself better prepared if you hone your mental skills, sharpen a habit of thinking dulled by an edge blunted by what passes for culture. If there is a collapse, you may have to think on your feet to protect you and your family. Never forget that the most advanced countries are still only a few days from anarchy if the food and the money run out.

In the meantime, we can all enjoy the unedifying spectacle of radical Islam twitching the marionette-strings of its useful idiots on the Left. Now that they have the white ‘terrorist’ for whom they have been praying – a man who will almost certainly be murdered in prison pour encourager les autres – they have switched tactics, and starting using the tabloid phrase ‘hate preachers’ to describe Tommy Robinson, Nigel Farage, Katie Hopkins and even the mild-mannered and erudite Douglas Murray. It would be funny if it weren’t so serious.

And there is in the UK, I gather, a heatwave. All I’m looking forward to is seeing family and friends, going to the Kent coast, cruising the music shops in Denmark Street, fish and chips and some pale ale. Maybe a couple of essential paperbacks from charity shops. England doesn’t have anything else to offer me anymore. Soon I will be leaving for good.

What went wrong? Is it as simple as Orwell’s famous claim that England was a family with the wrong members in control? If it is, those patriarchs are becoming matriarchs, feminised men or actual women, if they still exist. It’s not the old Establishment that bother us any more, George, it’s the new breed. And, old son, they are Socialists.  Although I suspect Orwell would be appalled by what the Left have become.

So I am not looking forward to my return home, largely because I couldn’t, in all conscience, call it my home.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

GRENFELL TOWER PROBABLY WASN’T TERRORISM. BUT IT WILL GIVE THE TERRORISTS IDEAS.


Murder or manslaughter?




The Grenfell Tower fire in London will be down to poor property management, and that is one thing in which the UK’s capital city is not in short supply. I was variously a porter, caretaker and building manager, and have the proud record of being fired twice for disagreeing with incompetent management. But that is not the point.

When I first started working for an agency in the summer of 2008, I quickly mastered the art of overseeing buildings, and one aspect of the job interested me very much. Within six weeks of my first posting, and with no background check other than a photocopy taken of my passport – and I know a Serbian illegal immigrant in London who has three passports, all false – I was given a job looking after 200 apartments for two weeks. The apartments comprised an entire avenue in Maida Vale, a swanky part of west London. And so, suddenly one Monday morning, there I was with access to all of them via keys held in the office cabinet. No one really knew, to a certainty, who I was.

Now, let’s suppose that my real name is Hassan Jihad, and I am a soldier of Allah. For the first week of my fortnight’s stint, I scope the place out, and generally ingratiate myself with the residents, becoming known and trusted. I get to know who lives where, how capable they are, when they come and go. Then, probably on a Saturday afternoon when a lot of the police are taken up with football, myself and my three accomplices – who have been briefed via personal meetings in pubs, where devout Muslims famously don’t go – and without telephonic contact or any email stupidity, we get busy.

With the keys to the flats that I have identified, my fellow troops begin entering apartments I know to be occupied. No guns, just knives and machetes. The slaughter begins. I don’t join them, as I am duct-taped to the chair my comrades have strapped me to. There are missing keys in the cabinet, clues to where my accomplices are carrying out their butchery for when the police arrive. But they are not the right clues.

Now, although my order of assassins are using non-ballistic weapons, the balloon is bound to go up at some stage and, as you would expect, the excited whoop of police sirens is finally heard. Someone – actually, quite a lot of terrified residents – will be on the pavement as the police arrive. As the armed officers begin to assess the situation – blood can clearly be seen spattered against one window of a third-floor apartment – at least one officer will ask the calmest person he can find if anyone is in charge of the building. That would be me.

Officers with guns boot down the office door and see me taped to the chair, duct tape across my mouth to further delay things. They don’t rip it off. They are gentle and kind, under the circumstances. They remove it slowly.

Then I go into my act. I actually asked an actor guy I met in a pub how they fake other moods, states, and emotions. It was a casual chat, but he taught me much. I gasp and choke, wild-eyed. The police have been trained for this. Don’t traumatise a victim. If you do, the target information you want from them moves farther away. And, boy, do they want target information.

One of the officers has cut me loose from the chair so that I can move my arms. The first thing I do is point straight at the key cabinet, with its eight empty hooks. The door is flapping from its hinges, broken because I myself broke it. I gasp;

“That’s where they are!”

The good cop asks;

“Did you see how many?”

“Two. They have knives. Big knives! Be careful!”

One stays with me. The other takes down the numbers of the eight missing keys and bounds off to tell his co-workers. There’s only one problem. They are not the right numbers.

Before my friends tied me to the chair, and gave me a couple of decent punches to draw blood and bruises, I gave them sets of keys to eight apartments. Then I moved the keys from eight different apartments onto the vacated hooks. But they weren’t just any apartments.

I was very busy during my first week in my new job, as one ought to be. One of my tasks was to find out which apartments would be empty on Jihad Day, as we called it. Medium and long-term, I mean, and during my brief reign. The people on holiday, the properties that were for sale or rent. And these would be the ones with the bombs inside, easily detonated by percussion caps primed to be struck by a kicked-in door. I laid the devices at my leisure.

Of course, when the carnage is over, my fellow jihadis are all dead, and the police discover my ruse, I will go to prison for a long time. However, just as my friends are martyrs in heaven, so too I will be a martyr here on earth. Also, I will be a hero, a king, a caliph in prison, most of which are now run by Muslims. Salaam. Our kill rate numbered 37, including dead police officers.

Now, I won’t go on. If I can come up with this scenario on a rainy afternoon, I am sure the jihadi masterminds the police and government in the UK assure us exist can too. But, first, a commercial break.

I am almost certain, for a particular reason, that there is a police officer reading this. If so, a caveat. Look it up. I am not advocating terrorism, nor am I threatening it. What I am doing is suggesting is that, instead of reading this, and poring over Tweets by Tommy Robinson, Paul Joseph Watson and Katie Hopkins, you might want to tell Sarge to organise a detail to contact every recruitment agency in every big city which deals in property management, and security audit their level of background checking. That way, before unchecked people have access to the keys to strangers’ apartments, you might be able to find out who those unchecked people are.

Grenfell Tower was appalling. If the story about the blogger who was warned off by council officials for writing about the risks at the building is true, people ought to be going to jail. If you can imprison someone – who then mysteriously dies in jail – for putting bacon on a mosque door-handle, you can imprison someone for threatening accurate whistleblowers.

But none of this will be done. It’s too much like hard work, not something the public sector is esteemed for. Grenfell Tower was likely not terrorism, but ISIS will be watching with interest. A Parisian restaurant was recently attacked by a man with a Molotov cocktail. The Parisian police claim it was a robbery gone wrong. What, you turn a restaurant into a blazing inferno, then you go in and nick the till, is that right? Fuck off.

Terrorism – and that may soon include non-Muslim terrorism – is evolving, mutating. How soon before there are security guards outside restaurants in London, particularly the ones where the elites eat, the politicos and their journo courtiers, the celebrities? Molotov cocktails are cheap and easy to produce, with maximal effect. Drive up, light a few of them, smash the windows, lob ‘em in. The perfect business model.

Terrorists just need the right ideas. Grenfell Tower may be one of them.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

YOU WANT HATE SPEECH? COME IN, I’VE BEEN EXPECTING YOU…


My keyboard, yesterday




Hate speech is the new racism. The Left, like every dedicated follower of fashion, tires of the latest outfits and looks ever to the coming season for something new and exciting to wear. Perhaps they became weary of racism because it didn’t allow the fascists and Nazis to be held accountable enough. Racists don’t necessarily hate all women, for example, just black women. Not good enough. Racists may be indifferent about homosexuals, and even point out that Islam has something of a problem with them. That won’t do. Racists may think transgender people are actually quite brave and admirable. No, no, no. Gotta catch ‘em all.

Hatred is a perfectly understandable human emotion. I have no background in anthropology or evolutionary theory, but I imagine it is some sort of vestigial animal defence mechanism designed, or evolved, to rile a creature the better to defend its young or its own kind. Now, of course, it is not triggered to defend the hater from attack, but it lingers on, like the coccyx or appendix. I have hated people. I hate people still. I have hated far more people than I have ever loved. But that’s me.

Social media, itself rapidly evolving into anti-social media, has provided many things, not least the ideal platform for hatred. It has the added advantage of offering the one who hates a medium through which they can express their hate without fear of physical reprisal. That is gradually being rectified by the authorities, the provisional wing of the political class. People are beginning to go to prison now for online ‘hate crime’, across Europe, at least the Western part of Europe. But what is hatred, and are these political prisoners really guilty of it, if it is to be a crime in this brave new world?

We all know, really, we haters. What is hate? I’m not going to bother with the dictionary. That’s like trying to mend your Ferrari using the manual for an Amish horse buggy. Does the hater wish the target of their hatred dead? No, at least never in my experience. I want them just the way they are. They help me to focus on what I believe. Of course, there are certain parts of my own make-up and behavior patterns that I hate. But they serve the same purpose. You define yourself by what you wish not to be, by what you hate.

And I know what I wish not to be. I wish not to be a person who will say and do things to gain the approval of others. This used not to be the case. I was, for a long time, desperate to gain what I believe psychologists call ‘reinforcement’, that is, the approval of others. Having attempted a sort of am-dram version of Freud’s Attempt at a Self-Analysis, it’s my belief that I feel myself responsible for the break-up of my parents’ marriage. This is not uncommon for the eldest boy in a broken family.

So it is that I come to hate. I have come to hate Liberals, Progressives, the post-modernist know-nothings, the relativist, multicultural, oikophobic, self-mutilating, bleeding-heart, mea culpist intellectual pygmies who now run the West. I hate the Gramsciite Orcs, the students with a hard-on for blacks, the local councils who favour Muslims because they themselves despise their indigenous citizens. I hate the political class, as close to software as you can get and still have a pulse that is not actually digital. I hate the media, the journalists who think that what they do is difficult and challenging when it is just pleasing Mummy while hating Daddy.

I hate the lack of authenticity displayed in the modern world, the hiding behind orthodoxy, the mask of goodness. Nietzsche; larvatus prodeo. I advance wearing my mask. Because it’s all a masquerade ball whose guests are intellectual spastics, mental cripples who would rather be up to date on the latest hip TV show than read anything that genuinely challenged their preconceptions. I hate the biens pensants, the Gütmenschen, the new Puritans. I hate them not, or not simply, because they are not me, but I love that I am not them. A paradox? Not at all.

I hate the certainty of these tribes of the good. I hate their odour of sanctity, the way they look at one another in mutual admiration like cultists. I have spent a lot of time with Left-wingers, supremely confident as they are, and I have spent a lot of time with Scientologists – although I never was one. This was work – and to be scrupulously honest, I preferred the company of the Scinos.

I hate the organisation that allows these cockroaches to thrive, the way that society is being subtly arranged so that dissent becomes more and more dangerous, the way that the police take the candy bar because they are too scared not to, the way that schools become dark, Satanic mills churning out creepy Midwich Cuckoos who chirrup multicultural platitudes on command, the way television dominates with its dull, vapid, grinding litany of nothing at all. I hate the death of freedom and I hate the birth of a new and dreadful servitude. More than anything, I hate the fact that the new masters want to live in a world like that, a world where the puzzle pieces grow fewer, the puzzle simpler, the picture less a representation of anything real than just a blank, drab colour field in the worst shade of the worst colour that ever was.

I hate that you must be quiet now, unless the things you have to say have been approved by the commissar. I hate the fact that bored and boring people have been convinced they are interested and are interesting. I hate the cult of the body to the detriment of the mind. I hate the fact that the West of the 21st century could have been a new Elysium, a thousand Renaissances exploding like glorious fireworks, a place of wonder and of joy, a heaven in hell’s despair.

And I hate the people who put us there. The technocrats, the master engineers, the helmsmen, the puppeteers, the dance masters who don’t know how to dance. Hate speech? Amateur night at the Apollo. With me it’s a full-time job.

But you have to be alive to hate and, to reprise the most chilling line in Orwell’s 1984, we are the dead.

Monday, 12 June 2017

WOULD I LIE TO YOU? IF YOU ARE A POLITICIAN OR JOURNALIST, YES


You can't handle the truth!





Be careful what you do when the lie becomes the truth.

Michael Jackson



Tell me lies.

Tell me sweet little lies.

Fleetwood Mac





A professional counsellor once told me that there no facts, and added that that had been proven. You will note that the claim is what logicians call a reductio ad absurdum, that is, it collapses into absurdity. What this wizened little Leftist – which is what she certainly was - was saying was that it is a fact that there no facts. When it comes to the wilful distortion of facts and the political Left, nobody does it better.

There has been a lot of online chatter about the redundancy of the old political appellations of ‘Left’ and ‘Right’. Their replacement with ‘Globalist’ and ‘Nationalist’ has been mooted. I believe Marine Le Pen is the only politician to make the point explicitly and use precisely those terms, but it is clearly an emerging concept, a meme in the proper sense of that word, rather than a cartoon frog. It’s clear what nationalism is. What, though, is globalism?

Wittgenstein famously began his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus with the following sentence;

The world is all that is the case.

Is that what the Globalists are talking about, what is the case? If ‘Globalism’ is the new step in the evolution of Leftism, what is the case becomes very problematic, because the Left are at pains to use facts to suit their agenda, and to rely on sheer invention if it serves a purpose. Lies, in short, become the truth if they advance the cause. Lenin and Mao, Trotsky and Goebbels, all these shades gather round.

There are the simple lies, of course. The BBC, for example, reported that there were ‘a few hundred’ marchers at yesterday’s Unite Against Hate march in Manchester. There were not. There were between three and four thousand, as the many available videos make clear. Why lie about something so easily provable? The simple answer is that for many, television is reality. Leftists – I will use the old, familiar terms until we can clarify the etymological arrivistes – wish to believe that the march was attended by a few racist misfits, the BBC assured them that it was, and a lie becomes fact. These people are unlikely to read the sites I read and to see the veridical images they show.

Then there is the election. The Conservatives won it, say the Right. No Labour won it, say the Left. The archaic notion that an appeal to the figures could and should be made dissolves, is erased under the dry cloth of post-modernist relativism.

When it comes to Islam, we are almost a peak denial of the truth. Take the famous and now rather nauseating claim that terrorist atrocity after terrorist atrocity has ‘nothing to do with Islam’, despite all evidence to the contrary. A point that the great essayist Theodore Dalrymple makes – I forget where – is that the lies told by the Communist regimes that so disfigured the 20th century were not even intended to deceive, they were designed solely to humiliate. We will tell you what you and we know to be untrue, and you will affirm it. You risk professional and social disgrace if you do not.

Curiously – although an important element of a forming alliance - the Left’s elision of easily provable facts has much in common with Islamic taqiyya. This mainly Shia practice is uncomplicated. It allows deceit of the infidel in the cause of Islam, and its origin in the Koran can be found in suras 3:28 and 16:106. In a sense, any of us who knowingly lied as children in order to save ourselves from punishment or disapproval knows what it is to indulge in taqiyya.

And, of course, taqiyya is also the Muslim concomitant of a practice not unknown to Western politicians. One of the first jokes I recall my late father telling me was the old one about knowing when a politician was lying because his lips were moving. But what will happen when the lies are shown for what they are?

This, of course, is what the political class is fighting hard to prevent. They see their lies as an updated version of Plato’s ‘noble myth’ from the Republic, the necessary untruths which keep the populace happy and healthy, if ignorant. Mankind, as Eliot writes in Murder in the Cathedral, cannot bear too much reality. It is the driving force behind their grim determination to police and curate the internet. There is just too much truth lurking out there.

Now, truth is no simple affair. It has different categories. That 2 + 2 is equal to 4 was true in the time of Christ and in the time of Mohammed, just as it is true now. It is true in Berlin, Djibouti and Croydon. Descartes believed that proof of existence could be predicated on mathematics and Spinoza, in the Ethics, believed that ethical truths could be shown to be in conformity with logical truth. There is an amusing echo of this when you hear Leftists say that the Right are being ‘illogical’ when they disagree with them although, to be fair, this childish slinging of gormless excrement works both ways.

But mathematical and logical truth does not fit the real world, otherwise Zeno’s paradoxes could not exist, or at least would not be paradoxical. The truth among men, I believe, tends to be found when one group of those men has vanquished the other.

And belief is what it all comes back to. I believe the world should be this way, you believe it should be that way. We fight. One of us wins. And the winner’s beliefs become true.

We are being lied to, to use a modern phrase, on an industrial scale. By politicians, by the media, by our workmates, by the police, by management, by our children’s teachers. One day the conflict will have to come, and then we will see where the truth lies once the dust has settled.

And the blood has dried.

Sunday, 11 June 2017

KILL ‘EM ALL, LET ALLAH SORT ‘EM OUT: DIVERSE DEAD PEOPLE


Hold up, guys! Those about to die don't look diverse enough.
Can we get a token black?




A few weeks ago, after the Westminster terrorist attack in which a Muslim killed five people, including a policeman who was unarmed due to MPs’ concerns about guns spoiling tourist photos, a journalist made the strangest comment.

George Eaton is the political editor of The New Statesman, a Left-wing magazine, and he took to Twitter to announce the following;

A snapshot of London’s magnificent diversity in those injured: French, Romanian, Korean, German, Irish, Chinese, US, Italian, Greek.

I read it and read it again. I knew that it nauseated me, but I couldn’t quite understand exactly why, and I am ruthless when it comes to tracking and identifying my motives and beliefs and the reasons for those beliefs, the springs and cogs and levers of the unconscious mind. This is not always a good thing, incidentally, for reasons which hark back to Socrates’ visit to the oracle at Delphi, and are a subject for another day.

I imagined the relatives of the dead and maimed reading the Tweet, and their tears suddenly drying as they bravely smiled at the news that people from lots of different countries had been killed or injured. What was Eaton trying to say? London is a diverse city, ethnically and culturally speaking. Using an Islamic attack to make that point seemed unnecessary.

Katie Forster, a journalist for the far-Left newspaper The Independent, soon followed suit. To be fair to her, sub-editors tend to write headlines, but her copy about the attacks ran under the following banner;

Londoners celebrate city’s diversity in face of right-wing response to Westminster terror attack.

Londoners, it goes without saying, did no such thing. But for creatures such as Forster, a couple of Tweets from people who think Owen Jones is the voice of reason represents an entire city. Forster at least includes, in her rainbow inventory of those killed or crippled by Muslims, the 12 Britons hospitalised by Muslim Khalid Masood, which Eaton did not think noteworthy. But the rest of her article is an attack on a supposed ‘far-Right’ response to the atrocity. As is often the case, this reduced to quoting Nigel Farage, mentioning Katie Hopkins, and writing the following;

However, some far-right commentators cited London’s cultural diversity as a reason for the attack.

Paul Joseph Watson, a writer for right-wing website Infowars, said: “London is probably the most ‘diverse’ city in the world and look what happened. Is diversity still our strength?” in a tweet.

It is poor journalism, and The Independent is in serious financial trouble, but the trend is unmistakably present. The fact that dead people killed by an Islamic terrorist come from different countries is, apparently, a good thing. It would have been bad if they had all been white and British. Except, for the likes of Forster and Eaton, they would have been thrilled, especially if all the dead were straight white men.

So, piss-poor journalism. But, in circulation terms – ABC figures as they are called in Britain - only a handful of people read The Independent and New Statesman, which I believe Private Eye refers to as the Staggers. It’s not as though some high-profile public servant had said the same thing, the head of the Metropolitan police, say. Oh. Wait.

Cressida Dick is the head of the Met. I would imagine that being a lesbian woman had nothing to do with her appointment, and she beat off, so to speak, many alpha males to get the job purely on merit, and the desire to arrest criminals of whatever ethnic background. She has this to say about London’s latest date with Islamic carnage;

It’s desperately sad and poignant but among those who died is someone who’s British, there are French, Australian, Canadian, Spanish. In terms of our witnesses that we’ve spoken to so far, out of the 300-odd people, there are about 20 different countries of origin. And the London British population comes from all kinds of backgrounds and every kind of faith and ethnicity.

Where are we with all this? Who the fucking hell are these people? The emphasis this supposed public servant makes is not on the fact that Muslims directly inspired by their holy book – which the BBC even refers to as the ‘holy Koran’ - slaughter people out having a good time. The emphasis is not on the Muslims who were filmed in a subway dancing and celebrating the pig-roast at London Bridge. The emphasis is not on the fact that 400 jihadis – by the admission of the Muslim London mayor – are at large in the metropolis, and are untraceable. No, the emphasis is that the dead people, if you photographed them together in the morgue, would be a gruesome re-enactment of the United Colours of Benetton ads from the 1980s. Well, guys, you’re dead, but you’re diverse!

Well, I have news. London is about to stop being so diverse, because people from other countries are going to stop going there. Islam will destroy tourism and relocation. Oh, Muslims will still go there, of course, because there will be no Brexit and no end to Schengen. Don’t believe there will be. I’m talking about people from civilised countries.

When I was living in London, I liked the French quarter, I regularly ate in Chinatown, I liked the Serbian church my bandmates took me to, I drank in Golders Green and I drank a fuck of a lot in Earl’s Court, or little Oz as it was known. My granddad lived in Polish-dominated Ealing his whole life. But I avoided the black areas and I avoided the Muslim areas, because they were violent, racist shitholes.

Diversity is not some great good in and of itself. Islam does not make a city better, it makes it worse. If I were a Tower Hamlets jihadi, I would be laughing my arse off at the idea that the victims were ‘diverse’. Not to them they aren’t. A kufr is a kufr, bruv. Don’t matter which infidel part of the dar al harb they come from, innit.

Diversity is not strength, neither is it weakness. But allow Muslims to dominate parts of your city, and you will find out what a single culture and uniform values are all about.

All the colours of the rainbow. And all dead.



Saturday, 10 June 2017

SAY GOODNIGHT TO THE BAD GUYS: WE ARE ALL NAZIS NOW


Und ze average Jew is only zis high!



You need people like me. You need people like me so you can point your fucking fingers and say, that’s the bad guy. So. What does that make you? Good? You’re not good. You just know how to hide. And lie. Me, I don’t have that problem. Me, I always tell the truth. Even when I lie. So say goodnight to the bad guy. Come on. Last time you’re gonna see a bad guy like this again, let me tell you.

Scarface



Who makes the Nazis?
We do! We do! We make the Nazis.

The Fall





The Nazis. Woah. In terms of the evil world championships, they won, and they won big. They are the Real Madrid of realpolitik, the epitome of evil in an evil world, the overall champeens of 20th-century slaughter and mayhem. Now, of course, their name has been given over to everyone with whom the Liberal-Left disagree. You don’t have to gas gypsies to be a Nazi nowadays, no ma’am. You can just say that perhaps there is a bit too much immigration, or that Islam is just a tad hostile to gays and women, or transgender toilets may not be such a great idea. Congratulations, and welcome to the Wehrmacht because you, sir or madam or whatever you self-identify as, are a fully fledged Nazi. Come in. Sit down. Pull up a Jew.

Nazis are everywhere. You work with them. You sit opposite them on the way to work. They are all over the internet like a cheap suit. They don’t wear leather coats any more, but boy they are around. Punch them. Tell their employers they are Nazis. Punch a Nazi. Feels good, doesn’t it? Richard Spencer, yeah, the Nazi, that guy. He got punched. One guy on the ‘net said he watched a loop of Spencer being punched in the face over and over and fucking over again. Yeah, punching Nazis is good. Even the north American MSM joined in.

It was good, of course, until it wasn’t. At a demonstration at Berkeley – both the midwife and undertaker to free speech in north American universities – a girl known as ‘Moldylocks’, in a charming and refined reference to her career as a porn star who makes a feature of her hairy vagina, was looking forward to the demonstration very much. She claimed online to be looking forward to taking ‘100 Nazi scalps’. It was going well, with the police backing off Leftist agitators as always. Then she got punched in the face.

My, how things changed. It was like those film scenes where someone does something fabulously wrong in a bar and the theme music stops with the sound of an old stereo needle ripping across a vinyl record. How dare a man hit a woman? Patriarchy. Male violence. Rape. And, perforce, Nazis, Nazis everywhere. Old Alinsky had a farm, ee aye ee aye oh. And on that farm there were some Nazis.

Some curios. The book that Nazis really love is, of course, Mein Kampf, or My Struggle, written by chief Nazi Adolf Hitler, who you literally are if you don’t believe there are 58 genders. It is an erudite book, obsessive about Jewry – as you might expect – with a rather beautiful opening paragraph. It is also a best-seller in many Muslim countries.

There it is again. That sound of the needle tearing across vinyl. Yes, apparently a lot of Muslims like nothing better than to kick back after Friday prayers and read the story of a guy who wanted to kill Jews. They are not Nazis, though. No, they are Muslims, friends to and allies of the Left. Funny, isn’t it? Every now and then, some nutter daubs a swastika on a mosque. Even when it isn’t a hoax, which it usually is, the local Muslims probably think it improves the décor. Swastikas? Yeeees. I like what you’ve done with the place.

I’m not going to bother with the figures, Hitler versus Stalin versus Mao versus Pol Pot, as though it were a four-way individual motorcycle speedway heat. Nor will I bother overly with the fact that the Holocaust was not an invite-only, exclusively Jewish affair, but had room inside for the mentally handicapped, Poles, Romanians, gypsies, gays, Freemasons - yes, Freemasons. Hitler hated secret societies - and almost certainly a cadre of personal enemies. But the emphasis on Nazism is interesting, what is stressed and what is elided. French President Macron had a bit of a soulful walk around the scene of a Nazi atrocity in France yesterday, a day after police had to be called to a school being used as a polling station in England because the teachers there had encouraged their young students to put up home-made posters indicating that voters should vote Labour. They had decorated their sweet little crayon posters with the famous hammer and sickle emblem of Communist Russia.

Nazis are always bad. Don’t you ever fucking forget that. Of course, the allies were never at war with the Nazis. They were at war with the Germans – still are, I hope – who were led by the Nazis. It is a trifling point, but we are all paying for the German guilt-machine now. Vielen dank, Schengen.

What will be amusing is when ‘Nazi’ runs out of gas, like ‘racist’ is in the process of doing. I am sure you are all aware of Godwin’s Law. If not, here it is;

‘As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches.’

That is the short form, but you get the idea. But here is the interesting possibility. And there is always an interesting possibility.

Youth always rebels. We’ll call it the Brando Law, after Johnny’s famous scene in The Wild One;

Father: What are you rebelling against, Johnny?

Johnny: Whaddya got?

What will happen when youngsters – I adore using that term – decide that the new bad is Nazism? I would laugh my arse off, for one, but apart from that? Psychological experiments – as well as social reality – show time and time again that if you tell children not to do something they will do it, sure as shit. The best way to create the bogeymen – boogeyman for you Yanks – is to tell kids he is bad. You want Nazis? Keep telling everyone they are a Nazi.

At least the younger generation’s fashion sense might improve.

Say goodnight to the bad guy.

Friday, 9 June 2017

TORIES MY ARSE: THESE PEOPLE ARE SOCIALISTS


The writing is still on the wall




It is a curious feeling to be politically conservative and to despise the British party that bears that name. I started as a Leftist, as many of us do, before we actually know about life, human nature and politics. As a student, I believed in fairness and equality. I believed the rich exploited the poor. I hated Christianity. I believed that young people should be running government, not the old farts. I knew that people were not to blame for their actions, but social conditions and their environment bore the blame. The African students on my campus were so colourful. How could you not want more of them around? Then, at least politically, I grew up.

Fairness is something each individual either chooses to exercise towards others, or does not. It is not a gift of government, and government cannot create it with other people’s money. Equality is a myth, and a harmful one. People are not born equal. Differences in gender – of which there are two – race, IQ and other factors are real, and they have real effects in a world which is real. Gibbering about equality cannot expunge reality like a board eraser. Christian values, once divorced from the metaphysical side of belief, can be a balm to poorer members of society. Young people could help us all by keeping their fucking mouths shut until they have read some books. Real books, not Harry Potter and Chomsky. Individuals are responsible for their actions, not someone or something else.

It is not difficult to be conservative, but it is difficult to watch people claiming that title act exactly like the socialists I so despise. May and her cronies are nothing more than the political class, as described so perfectly in Peter Oborne’s book – ten years young! – The Triumph of the Political Class. They despise democracy. They have nothing but contempt for ordinary white people. Brown people, of course, they adore, and can’t cram their photo opportunities with enough of them, as if being surrounded by non-whites were some great good in and of itself. They are a race entire.

So, who are these faux fréres, these bad brothers, these false friends, these sheep in wolves’ clothing? Well, basically they are a type of socialist who has been given a makeover by the PR people, the branding people, the smoke-and-mirrors guys and gals and in-betweens, the people who deal with what Obama called the ‘optics’. They are Left-wing, but they think that by telling you they are conservative, you will just buy it.

Theresa May would not have been recognizable as a Tory in 1957, 1967, or even 1977. These are some of the defining characteristics of British Conservatism:

·        Low taxes. The theory here is simple; allow people to keep a good deal of their income, and they will spend it wisely. They will spend it, and this will keep the economy warm, but they will not waste it on vanity projects and bureaucracy. Have you noticed how a housewife of the old school does not need a manager? Everyone else, apparently, does.

·        Small government. Was it AJP Taylor who said that, prior to WWI, the only government worker you encountered was the postman? You can’t fucking move for them now. More than half the workforce draws a paycheck subbed by the taxpayer. And if you have worked in the public sector – I worked in four different positions for the NHS – the waste would, probably literally, make you weep. Again, management is the enemy.

·        Low and controlled immigration. Now, if you are one of those Lefties who send up the cry ‘we are a nation of immigrants!’, you would be right. Many nations are, including the USA, the most successful multi-ethnic nation on earth – for now. But it is the mix, the elements of hybridisation – as any rose-grower or dog-breeder knows – that determines the outcome. Somalis have an average IQ of 69, Germans of 100, and a Collie dog has been measured at 49. This is going to become a phenomenal problem which no true conservative would let happen.

·        Moral agency. Put simply, and in bold contradistinction to the views of noted thinker Russell Brand, addiction is not an illness. Violent crime is not a sickness cause by poverty. People’s actions are not the programmed results of their social surroundings. People have free will, within limits. I cannot decide to fly down to the shop, I am not free to do that. But I can decide whether or not to punch someone, stick a syringe full of heroin in my arm, or play deafening reggae music at 2am. This is a conservative viewpoint, that the individual choice.

·        Fiscal responsibility. I’m not sure where to start with this one. The UK’s foreign aid budget, the public sector bill, interest on the national debt, all of these factors make the UK effectively broke. And yet there is no need for a country which once had an agricultural base – which Tories despise now but used to originate from – a manufacturing base, and the greatest artistic culture the world has ever seen to need to borrow. And yet borrow the UK does, and how. The debt is 86% of GDP. France’s is 87%, and its economy is on the at risk list. If the UK were a business, it would be anathema to sensible investment.

So now the election is over, and the UK joins Belgium and the Netherlands in not having an actual government. The Left are, as is their wont, screaming and crying and threatening riots. The ‘Right’ are – rightly in my view – wondering why the DUP are now the targets for ire due to their alleged anti-gay, anti-women, pro-terrorist stance. Islam is still okay, though.

I was going to end by asking what happened to my country, but it hasn’t been mine for years. I’m not talking about immigration. I don’t care what fucking colour people are, as long as they respect the rules of decent society. We didn’t give it away to immigrants, we gave it away to the political elites, self-styled ultra-management, technocrats, careerist fanatics.

I’ve never been British, and I stopped being English some time ago. Good trip, my friends. Good trip.