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  1. Or is it the other way round, that Facebook etc have been masks of the secret service the whole time? What's that saying that there's no such thing as an ex-agent. I've been watching The Prisoner recently for the first time (can't believe I never saw it before) and it's all there. Technocracy, mass surveillance, agents not allowed to quit, not knowing who you can trust. Brainwashing and normies who give up resisting and conform to the system.
  2. One problem is that at the same time as expanding our belief in an all-encompassing decultured state, we have consigned our culture (which united us as close-knit communities) to the heritage industry. The other day I even heard someone talk about their and their children's "heritage" as if it's some historical artifact rather than a lived experience. If we are re-evaluating our worldview while glued to the MSM then god help us. When reality bites it'll be one hell of a shock.
  3. I was pondering the question of whether the universe in its entirety is a black hole. You can do the calculation based on current estimations of the universe's size and mass, and it comes out larger than the event horizon necessary for it to be a black hole. But the universe is expanding, and at some point in the past the density would presumably have been high enough for it to be a black hole. So by this logic, a black hole can expand out beyond its event horizon and cease being a black hole. But nothing's supposed to be able to escape from a black hole. So what's going wrong here, is it me or the standard theory?
  4. Um ... it really is the planet Venus which your're seeing as the first "star" at night and last one in the morning because it's so bright. And also as its orbit is inside the Earth's orbit, it appears close to the sun in the sky. Honestly all this religious apocalypse stuff reminds me of Hollywood disaster movies. Perhaps Hollywood is just the modern day version of religious scriptures.
  5. I thought the morning star means Venus the female goddess aka Aphrodite.
  6. @EnigmaticWorld I dunno what your relationship status is, but have you seen this headline from a couple of weeks back? Might affect some folks who want to move there. Indonesia to ban sex outside of marriage in new adultery law https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/indonesia-ban-sex-outside-marriage-164100598.html
  7. Where can we go? These are our heartlands, our father & mother lands, where else is it possible to keep ourselves going?
  8. Sorry Bombadil but I'm gonna have to report you to the skin colour police, the pictures in that article are far too white, and even in its links to other sites. Where's the diversity?
  9. And part of the slippery slope is that whites trust the authorities more than most other peoples. The more we ask for and get government help, the more our family and community structures are weakened and the state strengthened. Literally millions of us rely on the welfare state and health services to just survive, and our motivation to have large families is dwindling away as a consequence. But people who come from - and are still connected to (nobody talks about 'integration' any more) - non western cultures still have a belief in traditional support structures such as family, community and religion. So they value population growth or at least sustainability. Life is competitive as well as cooperative, so if one group goes into decline, it creates an opportunity for others to move in and replace them. We've left our goal wide open thanks to our own elites.
  10. In my experience we've had a majority against mass immigration here in the UK my whole life but it makes no difference. We need referendums not just polls.
  11. There's more organisations than ever making a living out of this now. Charities, NGOs, pressure groups etc which collect donations and advertise to convince us to assuage our white protestant guilt and privilege, and buy redemption from them. Not to mention funding they receive from the Soros's of this world. It's a new fundamentalist liberal religion that has scavenged parts of Christianity to create a Marxist philosophy to feel guilty about poverty in the rest of the world and want to pay out, give shelter to all refugees and get a feel-good experience. Love thy neighbour, be a good samaritan, save the world and create the new Jerusalem. While our own communities disintegrate from the same woke onslaught here. Not saying we should ignore what's going on in the rest of the world, but let's start joining up the dots as to why the world is in such a mess. I'd wager it'd do more good if the woke powers and corporations left the other countries alone instead of imposing their brand of salvation on us all.
  12. Thanks, I've bookmarked to watch later. But I'm a bit disappointed by the title, as if the evils of the City of London can be blamed on Britain as a whole. The COL, and London in general these days, imo has little to do with Britain because it's an international metropolis run by globalists.
  13. @EnigmaticWorld "Never hear anything about the elites downsizing." That would be the same elite who are flooding the country with mass immigration of high birth rate people, and are now complaining that the natives aren't selling their homes and downsizing to make room for them all. The natives who aren't responsible for the housing crisis because we aren't creating the overpopulation, are being targeted with another guilt-trip.
  14. Two reasons I can see. Money (better paid jobs & welfare state); and population growth in their sub-community. They've known for a long time that the west is in decline at the hands of the same elite who created the western empires in their own lands.
  15. Out of likes. But yes, I have noticed for a very long time how nearly all people here with a recent immigrant ancestry describe themselves as "X-British" not "X-English" (fill in the blank) so they recognise the cultural status of Englishness. Or want to disassociate from us. Goodness knows what will happen when Scotland gets independence and no-one can hide behind the "British" identity any longer. Who knows, maybe the English will remember that they are English too. My new year's resolution: to do more research on these different types of nationalism.
  16. I'm still learning about the different types of nationalism so please bear with me. But does this relate to the difference between civic and ethnic nationalism? If so, then that adilray had better proof-read all their other writing for consistency, because their position can't apply only to England. Next time they talk about Asians, Africans or any other country they'd better remember that anyone who moves there is likewise automatically a native straight away. In which case they don't really believe in national cultures at all, everywhere becomes a postmodern melting-pot where culture exists only for the tourist industry. Good luck telling that to the rest of the world. Too bad we put up with it.
  17. Ha ha! Methinks Hector doth protest too much Of course he cares or he wouldn't be expressing his emotions with such fruity language!
  18. Hate is a strong word, perhaps distrust or suspicion more common. But no more than men are being taught to distrust men and to hate ourselves, especially white men, for all our so-called "privilege" which was won in a power struggle over other oppressed people. It seems to me that the conspirators behind this gender war want to create a zero-sum or negative-sum game where groups of people are pitted against each other in a power battle, which doesn't serve to improve the country as a whole, but to weaken our interconnectedness and social bonds. I believe it is possible to improve the lives of women (for instance) without this weakening of the social fabric but our puppet-masters have no interest in that.
  19. Care to elaborate on the golden thread? FYI I'm a fan of the Perennial Philosophy, from Aldous Huxley and others. All mature religions have a mystical interpretation and when I read works by mystics (including mainstream Buddhists, Sufis and nondualists), they're mostly pretty ecumenical and tolerant people. As if it doesn't really matter what clothes your spirituality wears, love and truth are the same in all cultures. Those people who insist their religion is the best one for everyone are beginners and haven't advanced very far.
  20. Did you feel like you could trust this entity or did you (do you now) have any doubts about whether they were acting in your best interests? If so, why should we accept beings like him? I'm asking after having read another thread about the Reincarnation Trap, which opened my eyes to the possibility that these experiences may be negative in the long run, even though they feel positive at the time.
  21. Is this how you experience life, or are you human like the rest of us? It appears to me that the present isn't static, but there is change, and change is time. We use regular repetitive cycles of change (vibrations if you like) to count or measure time, like day & night, seasons, pendulums etc. 2040 will happen, just like 1984 did. When I was a kid 1984 seemed ages away, until it happened.
  22. The absolute 'you' will be fine, ie God. Already is now. But the relative 'yous' will still be in the state of pleasure vs suffering. Just like we are now, there's lots of people in a bad way today too.
  23. Well yes, being strictly literal there is only now, because "is" is the present tense and 2040 is the future. But the future will come to pass, become the new present, and we can't ignore it by repeating a mantra like "only the here & now exists" and doing no preparation. Yes the future is uncertain but we still need to plan for the major risks.
  24. Long before I began joining the dots, when I was a teenager I realised that our society was the subject of a colossal experiment in social engineering in many ways, including feminism. We were totally going out on a limb compared with other cultures and our history, in the name of progress; in some ways it did liberate various groups but there was no thought given to the sustainability of the overall society in the long term in the face of so much change. It was all about seeing society as a fragmented collection of oppressed and oppressing groups and liberating them in isolation. So feminism was about giving women more choice, equality and power, but without considering the impact on the rest. What happens to children, to men, to the elderly etc? I'm not suggesting women shouldn't have liberation, but that we need to appreciate how society functions as a whole. If we fragment ourselves into separate competing sub-groups, the liberation process becomes a poison pill where we hand out empowerment in a declining society. Few people are offering a wholistic vision like this, because it's so difficult to do. Instead we're offered a dialectic between a traditionalist view which idolises the past, or a progressive view which idolises equality at any cost.
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