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1. i suppose that until very recently society was mostly worker drones, some middle class, with a thin slice of aristocracy ruling by “divine right” in Christendom, or just by custom & force elsewhere. Certain bloodlines would protect themselves. Dissent popped up from time to time, but normally i think only when the ruling class were of a different genetic/cultural lineage, as with the Robin Hood mythos (Normans vs Saxons) or when the ordinary oppression became unduly severe.

In our times, in the West, we have no rulers; we have democracy; we are free.

Oh wait.

2. Human societies are inherently hierarchical and as we see with Xi Jingping, those who hold power don’t like to relinquish it, especially if they have made enemies and don’t want to end up detained like Sarkozy, or hanged like Saddam. Cincinattus is of legendary status because such men are exceptionally rare. Any government will tend to protect and enlarge its purview, to dominate and suppress those not within the government – Orwell’s 1984 is not merely a timely treatment of Communism: it is in a sense the end goal of all governments & bureaucrats, everywhere.

In Christendom, the Church no doubt acted as a counterweight to the State, and the State itself was more of a Game of Thrones-style shitshow of competing families and individuals; also, while the rabble lacked the means to spread their opinions, the State also lacked the means to systematically oppress (hence vagrancy laws). In addition, i suppose that for all the corruption of the Church, most people vaguely believed they would be judged after death, and so your average baron might be less likely to savagely oppress the serfs, or he might at least feel a bit guilty afterwards, maybe.

Under democracy the ruling class are bureaucrats, who however are generally manoeuvred into position by globalist financiers. The bureaucrats are largely ignorant, witless showmen like Tony Blair, Obama, etc. – they regard the population as an expendable resource. They will always aim for more power, to expand the reach of the State.

In days of old, the barons said “God has appointed us to rule you” – if they felt it necessary to say anything at all; perhaps they believed it – probably they did, since people like to believe that which justifies their actions. In the last few decades, the rulers say “you have appointed us to represent you” – but as Q puts it:

They think you are STUPID.
They think you will follow the STARS.
They openly call you SHEEP/CATTLE.

The true rulers are the globalist financiers who own most of the world’s wealth. They look like this:

and this:

Look at who and what they fund.

3. The ostensible rulers – the Blairs, the Bushes, Obama, Clinton – are wholly opposed to the peoples they supposedly govern. Their goal is to weaken those who elect them: in America, by erasing the Second Amendment; in Europe, with mass immigration and “hate speech” laws.

On 20 March, The Scottish Youtuber Count Dankula was convicted under the Communications Act (2003), for being “grossly offensive”. He made a humorous video in which he attempted to train his girlfriend’s pug to raise a paw upon certain commands. As best i can judge, he could face up to 6 months in prison. Meanwhile, another Muslim rape scandal has emerged – up to a thousand girls raped by Muslims in Telford since the 1980s, each case covered up by the police. Another load to add to Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Newcastle, Bristol.

The police and judiciary have been infiltrated and taken over by the Left, to the point where – as with academia – the decent men are bewildered that they can no longer do their job; child gang rape is apparently fine now, as long as the perpetrators are brown. The organs of the State no longer exist for their ostensible purpose; they exist to destroy the native population, and expand their own powers; thus apropos Count Dankula’s video:

Mr Brown [Dankula’s lawyer] said there was no evidence of a complainer in the case, adding Police Scotland was not contacted by anyone who found the video “grossly offensive or menacing.”

He said: “The complainer would appear to be Police Scotland.”

4. i note that Count Dankula will be sentenced on April 23. So on Shakespeare’s birthday and deathday, on St George’s Day – the patron saint of England – Count Dankula will be punished by the rulers, for making a joke. The rulers are fond of such overt symbolism – it seems a bit childish to me but there it is, i’m not a billionaire. i would add that St George was the dragon slayer and a patron saint of the Order of the Dragon, whose ranks included the father of Count Dankula Dracula:

His name had its origin in the Romanian sobriquet of his father, Vlad Dracul (“Vlad the Dragon”), who received it after he became a member of the Order of the Dragon. Dracula is the Slavonic genitive form of Dracul, meaning “the son of Dracul (or the Dragon)”

The order’s symbol

looks, well, a bit like a

 

 

5.

Mar 10 2018 14:49:25 (EST) Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: ff7ea4 614954
This is not about religions or party affiliation.
EVIL is everywhere.
There are no drawn lines.
No boundaries.
Good vs Evil.
Q

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1. Despite the grim situation in Western Europe i feel all it as it should be; much as i am not unduly depressed to find myself broke, since i did not aggressively seek out classes, and until recently bought fine whiskies and waistcoats as i felt moved – and so having no ‘gro in my bank is merely what i should expect. My work in July should be ample (crash courses) and i used the free time to write and think, so it’s all good.

2. i was teaching two software developers at a finance company and we fell to talking of abstruse matters such as C++ and C sharp, some kind of programming language for modern machines, apparently. By their account, one of these automatically allocates memory, the other not. i suppose, for computers, unused memory capacity is a good thing; by contrast, human beings and cultures are determined by their stored memories, by fullness rather than vacancy. In computer terms our processing power is the greater, the more we use our memory, the fuller our databanks.

3. Human memory is typically narrative. i think one function of dreams is to “process” recent memory, to weave it into a story. i do have a few snapshot memories where i have almost no idea of context, and typically these are perplexing. Memory is almost always narrative, within a framework of association. This established structure makes sense of experience. The greater the memory, the greater the possibilities of narrative subtlety and range.

Most people today actively defend themselves against extended memory. They know little of their ancestors and despise those who think it important. Nationalism no longer means much in Western Europe; these nations been flooded with immigrants for whom the history of e.g. England or Germany or France is totally irrelevant. 2nd and 3rd-generation immigrants typically know little of their own family history back in the desert, and just as typically despise European tradition – and they are legally citizens of European nations. This would go some way to explaining why 1st-gen immigrants aren’t as criminal as their children – those who grew up in e.g. Pakistan at least have some ancestral connection; their displaced children have none; and as they inevitably dilute and disrupt the native culture, in the end nobody has anything.

4. Discussing software – about which i am happy to understand nothing – one of the students said they use programs full of barely-comprehensible code, and occasionally find a “command line” with the notation do not delete, written by someone who has long since left the company; and while the line has seemingly no function, when it is altered the whole system goes drastically awry. It struck me as akin to civilisation, which is built on inscrutable enactments and beliefs; take them away and a land can go, in two or three generations, from this:

to this:

5. This transformation has naturally been in the interests of our elites, who would rather wield tyrannical power over a “Scouring of the Shire”-style land of cowed, bullied natives and widespread crime and terrorism than be public servants to a largely free land:

‘It would be a grievous blow to the world, if the Dark Power overcame the Shire; if all your kind, jolly, stupid Bolgers, Hornblowers, Boffins, Bracegirdles, and the rest, not to mention the ridiculous Bagginses, became enslaved.’

Frodo shuddered. ‘But… why should he want such slaves?’

‘To tell you the truth,’ replied Gandalf, ‘I believe that hitherto – hitherto, mark you – he has entirely overlooked the existence of hobbits. You should be thankful. But your safety has passed. He does not need you — he has many more useful servants — but he won’t forget you again. And hobbits as miserable slaves would please him far more than hobbits happy and free. 

– hobbits and tattooed ginger Scots; speaking of whom, the case of Count Dankula deserves some attention. In short, a ginger Scot made an amusing video about his pug raising its right paw (my Russian hippy flatmate taught his dog this trick in Kassel), and is now facing prison time; here is a sober video on the topic:

This is the modern State: suppressing the native European population and smiling benignly upon Muslim rape gangs. Should you feel moved to send some cash this poor Scot’s way, click here. 

6. i am not political; there is no political solution. The modern man – debased, trivial, and childish as he is – must recover his ancestral memory. The usual aides-mémoire (ancient religious rite, landscape, traditional occupations) have mostly been destroyed through Protestantism, Vatican II, overpopulation, and the Industrial Revolution and urbanisation; and so the remembering will either be exceptionally traumatic, involving the destruction of cities and modern economy, genocide, and a return to hunter/gatherer and subsistence farming; or it will be merely very traumatic, involving a radical refiguring of Western consciousness within our existing way of life.

i am not trying to turn the clock back to a better time. i am, rather, trying to preserve seeds for an unimaginable future.

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