Here is some more background:
Here is some more background:
Yes, this site has been dormant for way too long.
This is because I have been very busy with working to achieve the goals promoted by this site from its inception through alternate means. And, I have been doing some serious ‘growing up’ in the process. But more on that later…
Today, I came across a post on reddit that I found most illuminating. However, between when I first clicked on it and the time I was ready to comment on it, it had been censored.
Gone down the ‘memory hole’…
Whatever the metaphor, it was made gone – as if the book-burners had had their way with it.
And so, my friends, with the permission of the author (a redditor by the name of ‘istillgetreallybored’), I bring you the banished, censored and book-burned post:
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE (this reee is dedicated in part to the cucked pedes who think they are alpha just because they voted for Trump)
They have to go back. Trump has reduced ISIS from 35k to 1k and the migrant crisis was a fraud to instigate a replacement program to further economic marxism as a means to controlling humans. We should have been helping (not causing the crisis would have been best) them in their country of origin which would have resulted in 100 fold cost savings and prevented this assimilation issue.
Islam does not recognize borders. Wake up.
- Oswald Mosley on Multiculturalism
For those who don’t have freeee speech.
- A history of Muhammad the rapist.
- Brigitte Gabriel Because they hate Part 1
- Brigitte Gabriel Because they hate Part 2
- Brigitte Gabriel ACT 2016
- Bill warner on Crusades
- Stefan Molyneux the real history of the crusades
- Bill warner on islamic golden age
- “TO OUR GREAT DETRIMENT”: IGNORING WHAT EXTREMISTS SAY ABOUT JIHAD
“How does Hanafi law characterize jihad? Hanafi law recognizes a series of primary rules (hukm taklifi268) that create obligations that impose duties. These primary rules (hukm taklifi) are based on a series of rights. Hanafi law recognizes three basic sets of rights and a fourth composite set: the rights of Allah, the rights of the individual, and the rights of individuals collectively (or of the state), and a fourth composite set of rights of Allah lying side by side with the individual – with the two cases of predominance of one or the other. From a hierarchical perspective, the rights of Allah (haqq Allah) take primacy of position.2″Pg140
The heart-war —- and that is the lowest form of the war. And it is that the Muslim should believe in his heart that the infidels are enemies to him and to his religion, and that he should desire their disappearance and the destruction of their power. And no Muslim can be imagined who is not under obligation to this degree of the war. Verily all the people of the Faith are under obligation to this amount without any question whatever, in whatever place they may be and in whatsoever condition they may be found. And that those concerning whom the exception made in the verse presented in the saying of the Most High holds good (You should abstain from them completely) to these it is permitted that they should be satisfied with this degree of the heart-war.3
- JRE Joe Rogan and Gavin McInnes Discuss the Islam-Inbreeding Connection
- Bill warner on Islam and inbreeding
Inbreeding depression is the reduced biological fitness in a given population as a result of inbreeding, or breeding of related individuals. Population biological fitness refers to an organism’s ability to survive and perpetuate its genetic material. Inbreeding depression is often the result of a population bottleneck. In general, the higher the genetic variation or gene pool within a breeding population, the less likely it is to suffer from inbreeding depression.
Inbreeding depression seems to be present in most groups of organisms, but varies across mating systems. Hermaphroditic species often exhibit lower degrees of inbreeding depression than outcrossing species, as repeated generations of selfing is thought to purge deleterious alleles from populations. For example, the outcrossing nematode (roundworm) Caenorhabditis remanei has been demonstrated to suffer severely from inbreeding depression, unlike its hermaphroditic relative C. elegans, which experiences outbreeding depression.
- Genetic disorders in the Arab world
- CTGA: the database for genetic disorders in Arab populations
- Estimating the Inbreeding Depression on Cognitive Behavior: A Population Based Study of Child Cohort
- Autosomal recessive diseases among Palestinian Arabs.
- Autosomal recessive disorders among Arabs: an overview from Kuwait.
It is interesting that we don’t hear our politicians speak like this, is it not?
Aside: it took me two days to translate, because even though I had the text and two other translations to work from, she wanders off the script and the arguments were not in the pre-prepared official text. And the audio is terrible, especially when people are talking over each other.
I raise this point because I found it extremely interesting that after the Turkish Ambassador and some other notable guests had walked out in protest against what JuDr. Klara Samkova was saying, the moderator DID shut her down.
And he said that what she was saying is beyond ‘opinion’ and is, rather, ‘propaganda’.
Even though she has facts to back up everything she says…
Had it not been for the strong push-back from the audience, that brave lady standing up to the moderator and demanding to know who made him the authority to decide on what is or is not propaganda, she would not have been able to finish her speech.
She would also not have been permitted to finish had the other panelists convinced the moderator that if she were not permitted to deliver the rest of her speech, it would appear to be censorship and would be bad optics…
Even so, she was instructed to tone down her rhetoric before continuing – and, indeed, she did do that. Which is when she frequently deviated from the official text…
Remember: prior to the Mufti’s intervention, Hitler’s policy was to send all Jews to Palestine, their ancestral homeland.
Yes, he wanted to steal all their stuff, but he was willing to let them emigrate with very limited amount of their property.
Back then, the word ‘Palestinian’ was synonymous with ‘Jew’ – the Arabs were simply called ‘Arabs’.
It was not until the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem came to Hitler, began living as his honoured guest, and convinced Hitler that sending Jews to Palestine was ‘bad’ and that it was ‘better’ to just kill them that the ‘final solution’ had been drafted…and the Grand Mufti had been one of its chief architects.
Not only that, the Grand Mufti was also responsible for Hitler’s infatuation with Islam that had lead to his famous lament of mow much better it would have been, how much powerful the German race would have become, if ‘strong Islam’ instead of ‘meek Christianity’ had been the heritage of Germany…
…I suppose Frau Merkel is trying to correct this error and set Germany on the path Hitler had only dreamed of…
And the Grand Mufti was responsible for the creation of numerous SS units made up entirely of Muslims, active in the Balkans and nearby regions. If only our children were permitted to learn the truth about WWII history!!!
Well, here is someone who clearly does know history and the lessons it ought to teach each and every one of us – even if diplomacy constricts how he may phrase his words:
Yes, I usually post my never-humble-opinions.
But this time, I know I would be out of my depth had I offered one….
Still, the question itself has kept me up on more than one night.
Granted, my early schooling came behind the Iron Curtain – so, perhaps the very premises of my question are flawed. Yet, I have read enough (among the little bits of ‘H’istory that I have indulged myself in) here, in The West, that suggests to me that this question may, indeed, be more valid today than it has been in, well, almost a century.
Therefore, my dear reader, I beg you to indulge me in asking my question and, if you can, in enlightening me with the answer.
Now, for my long-winded question:
Before World War 1, the movement of peoples between nations was not regulated.
At least, it was not regulated in the manner in which it became regulated later on in the 20th century.
Yes, of course, there were border controls: but these were meant mostly for economic purposes (import/export taxes) and to apprehend criminals.
After all, it was not so long ago that mainland Europe was still using the Feudal System of governance, where the freedom of movement of country folk was under complete control of their landlords.
And the aristocracy was not limited by borders: crossing them freely and unencumbered to pursue political marriages. The land they held was their only anchor to the kingdom in which they held it.
The craftsmen were also not anchored in place by ‘kingdom-governance’ (I cannot think of a proper term for this), but by the self-regulated guilds of their region, under which they were permitted to practice their craft: guilds were built upon the apprentice-based artificially created scarcity of their products within various regions, calculated to ensure higher-than-market value of their work and thus inflating guild-members standard of living and social standing.
Similarly, scholars and artists moved freely between kingdoms, based on where they could find private patrons willing to fund them and their works. (Note: painters may be regarded as ‘artists’ today, but, prior to accessible photography, they were considered craftsmen and thus subject to the guild system.) For example, consider the alchemical court of Rudolph the Second.
After centuries of feudalism, it took a bit from when the shackles were shattered to when people gathered the courage to reach for freedom and travel to far-away lands – not just to learn, or as a right of passage, but to settle for good.
At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, the human migrations truly became unfettered and populations began to migrate.
From my own cultural background – this is where the huge exodus of Czechs into Texas began: so great was this migration that it was not until the 1970’s that Spanish overtook Czech as the second language of Texas. The University of Austin still has the largest Czech Studies department outside of the Czech Republic… And don’t even get me started on ‘Miss Czech Texas’..
Yes, I realize that I am providing just one example here, but, I am no historian: which is why I hope to get responses which will enlighten me.
Now that I have set the stage…
It has been suggested that one of the most important ‘behind-the-scenes’ reasons for the First World War was the absence of proper regulation on
the migration of populations across political borders.
Yes, of course – there were the ‘obvious’ reasons: but I have heard the claim that these ‘obvious’ reasons were, in fact, brought about because of the cultural instability and tensions brought about by, in practical terms, unregulated migration of populations across culturo-political borders.
It would be difficult to argue that what we are seeing now, in the EU in particular and in all of Europe in general is exactly the same type of unregulated migration of populations across cutluro-political borders!
But, it is even more pointed now than what it had been prior to WW1: at least back then, the migrations did not tend to cross religio-cultural borders – something that is most definitely happening now. The new migrants flooding Europe, without any true governance, are not just politically and culturally different, they are also religiously different: subscribing to an intolerant, supremacist religion that permits exploitation and violence against non-members of said religion and refuses to recognize any culture other than its own…
Finally, the question:
Are the current, practically unregulated migration conditions into Europe as dangerous, if not more, than the ones that sparked World War 1?