THERE are no healthy choices on the menu of political options, because we no longer have a nation. Instead, there are ‘communities’. This is a euphemism for politically mobilised social factions which all compete for a share of the tax take. Their common enemy is people who are normal, native, white, sane and unbroken.
It is always about money and power – political and propaganda power. This means demanding funding from the majority against whom you make your complaint. If you are a ‘community leader’ your complaint is your raison d’etre, and after all the whingeing simply reduces to a guilt tax. It is a shakedown. The majority are being robbed by people whose income depends on despising them, and the law conspires with these resentful mobs, not with you.
There is no equality before the law. Opinion is not treated equally. This is not a double standard but a function of power. The reason you get banned for talking about an injection whilst they are free to call for your execution is because digital media is another parallel culture dominated by people with a grievance against you.
The law does not equally apply across these factions. Cultural and ‘economic’ reasons are invoked to explain away crimes such as child rape, drug dealing, fraud, theft, mutilation. This is not a result of effective public relations on the part of some community group. It is a managerial response to the fact that we now have a range of parallel cultures. These cultures are so inimical to one another that new laws are always being passed to pacify them at the expense of the liberty of the majority.
This last feature is partly a function of liberalism, which sought to liberate mankind from the shackles of tradition, culture, custom and Christianity. Of course, removing the foundations of your civilisation does not advance stability. It leads to normlessness, a total absence of any moral framework, and no higher purpose than gratification.
The moral system we have is called hedonistic utilitarianism, which means the highest good equals the most pleasure for the greatest number of people. This pleasure is the seeking of satisfaction of every desire, the avoidance of suffering and the maximisation of advantage. It is a moral system which combines with the extreme individualism of liberalism to divide society into groups seeking to magnify their leverage. In short, the project of liberty has resulted in the tyranny of many angry minorities.
The Rainbow Community have their own standards, which are quite distinct from those of the majority. Consider the advice given here to the attendees of a popular gay sex festival, which makes taking any sensible countermeasures optional and actually recommends disguising your infection and going out to spread it anyway. As this medical doctor allegedly chose to do.
This is shocking enough on its own. Set it against the devastating measures taken to fail utterly to prevent the spread of an infection which looks far less dangerous than the injections given to ‘prevent’ it (which don’t do so). The fines, the seizure of protesters’ assets and the freezing of bank accounts in Canada, the crazy policies of Jacinda ‘abortion until birth’ Ardern, the police patrolling parks and beaches, and your neighbours being encouraged to snitch if they see you going outside for more than an hour. Some diseases are more equal than others.
Who, precisely, campaigned for demonic perverts to arrive, unannounced, in our children’s schools and libraries? Is it still legal to ask, politely, why these people wish to be alone and in secret with my children? If you do have small children, you can now add this permanent anxiety to a growing list of disturbing concerns about their welfare. Where is the majority view on this matter?
This is an issue not of flags nor of pronouns, but of the preference of political power for these parallel cultures. Those arriving from abroad enjoy greater legal privilege, higher per-head educational funding and better lifetime outcomes than do white working-class boys.
I was a white working-class boy. It is hateful in the extreme to refer to ‘white privilege’ in the light of the white working-class experience. That this calumny can be uttered on television, and applauded in the academies, demonstrates the liberties taken with the facts to pursue this agenda of pillage.
Speaking of pillage, most of the heroic boat people this summer turned out to be Albanian men. According to the Guardian, the reason only a fifth of Muslims are in full-time work is . . . racism. This is also the reason for high levels of criminality. To the liberal media elite, crime is a form of social justice, helping to redistribute your wealth to those people to whom you would otherwise refuse to donate it.
I consider much of crime itself to be a parallel culture. Most offences are committed by people for whom crime is a career as well as a lifestyle. The networks of crime provide a parallel community – a proxy family – with patriarchs and customs and codes of behaviour. To these people you are simply prey, your goodwill is naivety and your kindness simply weakness.
These are the kind of people who whip your phones as they whizz by on electric scooters, who knife each other in the street, who sell drugs and love the so-called music that valorises a life of crime and complete contempt for common decency. These people live alongside, but never with, you.
If we take a drone’s eye view, our societies resemble a scene from a heist movie where the robbers drop a sack of money and the crowd swarm over it, scrambling to grab what they can. The difference is that in the films the police arrive. Why is the West like this?
I think it is a symptom of late-stage collapse. Governments do not speak of the health of the nation, and have no meaningful long-term plan for anything other than grift. Government itself is a kind of parallel culture, as with all large-scale bureaucracies. It has its own tribe and its own lexicon, and it seeks – like all the other grievance groups – to preserve only itself against the interests of the majority. It is a managerial model with a shrinking grasp on the future.