Sunday, 21 May 2017


He's going to fall off that in a minute.
So are you.

Tell it like it is.
Aaron Neville

Much as I hate to blow my own trumpet, I recall my late father telling me that, if you have a trumpet to blow, you may as well do so because no one else is going to blow it for you. For several years, and spread over various weblogs, I have been predicting that the elites would come for the internet. Not literally, of course. It has at least three functions that serve our masters and, increasingly, mistresses, if that is not too gender-specific for you.

Firstly, of course, it allows them to communicate, both to themselves – although they could easily produce a meta-net, and almost certainly have, although not one Hillary Clinton could master – and to help disseminate the nonsense that passes for media news. Also, it assists in keeping the plebs happy with pictures of film stars, sportsball players’ slut girlfriends, and foods that make you thinner.

Secondly, it allows the masses to amuse themselves shopping for things they don’t need. The economies of the West are sclerotic, and it is far easier to shop when you don’t have to face the inconvenience – and occasionally the danger – of going to the mall or shopping centre in person. The internet keeps money changing hands, the lifeblood of any economy.

Thirdly and most recently, it allows new crimes to be invented. This serves the dual purpose of preventing genuine investigative thought, and making it possible to improve the crime figures. Look how many people we have arrested! More crimes solved than ever! It is, of course, easier to kick down the door of a keyboard jockey’s mum’s house than it is to deal with rude boys with knives.

The greatest trick ever played by the elites was convincing intelligent people that acting against their own self-interest was somehow virtuous. Once this looking-glass rule has been applied, the little people are expected to applaud endless immigration, Islam, big government, ‘equality’, transgenderism, and a host of other ruses and ploys and impediments to civilization as though they were good and useful things. And not only is this welcoming applause sought by the elites, it is expected and on its way to becoming mandatory. Eventually, the gauleiters of the West will doubtless wish to see daily footage of ordinary people applauding them manically and grinning psychotically, in the manner of the cattle that pass for people in North Korea. And, even more than this compulsory approval of toxic ideas, any dissent will be severely punished.

The United Nations has long been a vacuous talking shop which increasingly exists solely to criticise and demonise the white races. Now, however, it is chiming with the censorious zeitgeist and becoming involved in the greatest non-military battle of the 21st century; the battle for free speech.

Now that no day of the week seems to remain untouched by being designated the International Day of Something or Other, so recently we had the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Now, we know to a certainty – for the Left have been good enough to tell us – that only white people can be racially discriminatory because it is they who hold power. Incidentally, in countries such as South Africa, where blacks demonstrably wield a terrible and murderous form of power, are whites exempt from being racist?

Blacks are, of course, phenomenally racist, and Muslims are xenophobic to an almost comedic degree. But that is not important to the UN. What is important is that whites keep their mouths shut. Let us peruse a key section of the web page devoted to this day of days;

‘Racial and ethnic profiling is defined as “a reliance by law enforcement, security and border control personnel on race, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin as a basis for subjecting persons to detailed searches, identity checks and investigations, or for determining whether an individual is engaged in criminal activity,” according to a recent report to the Human Rights Council by the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.’ (Italics added).

Thus, recently in London, so-called ‘stop and search’ procedures have been all but abandoned by the Metropolitan police. Predictably, there has been an orgy of knife murders. But at least the UN ‘Special Rapporteur’ can look on approvingly.

As with all these tawdry declarations, there is a nicely vague area for increasingly authoritarian Western governments to exploit. Above, it is the open-ended phrase ‘related intolerance’. What could it possibly mean? I believe the UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, could be able to enlighten us.

‘“We will consider what new criminal offences might need to be created, and what new aggravated offences might need to be established, to defeat the extremists,” the (Tory) manifesto reads.’

We all know what this means. It means we will give Muslims their usual pass, with a few exceptions to create the Pepper’s Ghost of impartiality, and go after whites who indulge in what a German politician recently termed ‘wrong opinion.’

It is coming. Witness the Scotch man who is facing a year in prison for making a rather strange video in which he teaches his pug dog to be a Nazi. Look at Timothy Burton, a member of the political party Liberty GB. He called a Muslim, Fayiz Mughal, a ‘mendacious grievance-mongering Taqiyya-artist in chief’. Mughal is a big cog in the spurious set of liars known as Tell Mama. They lie on a consistent basis about anti-Muslim ‘hate crimes’. For what I think is a brilliant linguistic construction, Burton faces a few weeks in the big house. Kevin Crehan, as we know, died in prison halfway through his sentence of one year for putting bacon on a mosque door. No reason for death has ever been given.

The Investigatory Powers Act can already track your browsing history. It won’t really be used to see if Achmed has looked at bomb-making sites though. It will be used to see if Dave from Burnley has read The Daily Stormer. The BBC now possesses the power to inform your employer if you post wrongthink. Tweets are investigated on a daily basis, while the Rotherham child rapists are being set free from jail. This is all getting very real, and very quickly.

At what point will the little people push back?

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