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Don't get me wrong, we have become too hedonistic and complacent. I'm not saying we don't need to change our ways. I see it with my Muslim friends, Western life is poisoning them too once they settle.

 

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Absolutely.  The blame is put on people who are in the main trying to better their lives.   But uncontrolled immigration has to stop.   We all know it has been orchestrated by the

To change anything people will have to adopt a third position regardless I think. It's clear to a lot of people now that the main parties are pretty much the same shite.   If people want to

Yep, it basically ends up with this:      

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

We were never asked, simple as.

 

Yes you were never asked ... but you have to see that all that happened because your people did not live courageously, did not believe in themselves, did not hoist their flag high and wave it proudly.

In fact attacking the roots of the nation, from their "colonialism", their economic system, attacking everything .... all the history is interpreted in the worst possible way to do as much damage as possible, rather than seeing colonialism as courage and a new economic legal and individualistic model.

And people got lazy and materialistic.

Then the politicians come and ease the nation into its grave, which is what it wanted.

The solution was to go back to Church because God gives you power transcendant.  The darkness of this world cannot be countered materially.

No good to blame anyone else other than yourself.

Today, the same solutions are the same solutions.

If you have material comfort then your job is to go upwards.  If you don' then you slowly die.  Life is for the living.

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5 hours ago, rideforever said:

Doesn't work like that.   Forcing immigrants into other countries to destroy their will is ancient, the Asyrrians did it thousands of years ago. and many others.

Only blood is thicker than water.  The reasons are obvious.  Ties are not skin deep.

One thing unknown is that blood relations have a psychic telepathy connection, they feel each other's spirit.

Synthetic cultures are frauds, synthetic values are frauds.

What they really indicate is that you are betraying life, and your self, and your soul, and God.

 

yes they are using MASS immigration as a way of reseting society

 

By flooding people of all cultures into the same geographic local they destroy the host culture and create a soup of disunited people who are all competeing for control over the institutions of society in order to have their cultural values become the dominant paradigm

 

Multiculturalism is a recipe for a divided and factionalised society and that is what we are seeing especially when allied to 'identity policits' which then seeks to turn those factions against each other

 

The goal of the left used to be to build unity among the workers to challenge the power of the oligarchic class but the oligarchic class have control of the left now and they are using it to create fracture lines among the workers and then to turn the workers against each other so that they may never challenge the grip on power of the oligarchic class

 

MASS immigration is a weapon of the oligarchic class hence goldman sachs men like UN migration chief the late peter sutherland calling for more of it:

EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief

By Brian Wheeler Political reporter, BBC News
21 June 2012

The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said.

Peter Sutherland told peers the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.

He also suggested the UK government's immigration policy had no basis in international law.

He was being quizzed by the Lords EU home affairs sub-committee which is investigating global migration.

Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas.

He told the House of Lords committee migration was a "crucial dynamic for economic growth" in some EU nations "however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18519395

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10 hours ago, rideforever said:

Only blood is thicker than water.

 

A very misused quote.

It is a shortened version and twists the meaning 180 degrees.

 

The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.

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17 minutes ago, lake said:

The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.

 

Interesting history :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_is_thicker_than_water

 

But I think the meaning is clear and that is blood relations have non-ordinary relationships that are materially different, they are psychically and karmically related.  This was known to the Jews hence the prohibition about drinking blood of animals.
And also the Last Supper they drunk wine with drops of the blood of the Saviour, and became psychially linked that is why they could see him when he rose again.

So the meaning is the same in all cases and when applied to politics and nationhood it means that without blood relations there is no real society, only a synthetic invention of one.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, rideforever said:

But I think the meaning is clear

 

Yes it is and it states that family is not as strong.

 

41 minutes ago, rideforever said:

and that is blood relations have non-ordinary relationships that are materially different, they are psychically and karmically related.

 

It states nothing of that. You have decided that it does but it does not.

 

41 minutes ago, rideforever said:

This was known to the Jews hence the prohibition about drinking blood of animals.

 

But the consumption of the blood from another families child (via the removal of the foreskin) is ok?

 

43 minutes ago, rideforever said:

And also the Last Supper they drunk wine with drops of the blood of the Saviour, and became psychially linked that is why they could see him when he rose again.

 

So sod all to do with their individual 'blood' family then.

 

44 minutes ago, rideforever said:

So the meaning is the same in all cases

 

No it is not.

You just want to state that it is but your use of the quote is incorrect.

 

45 minutes ago, rideforever said:

when applied to politics and nationhood it means that without blood relations there is no real society, only a synthetic invention of one.

 

Rubbish.

You currently just wish to 'be right'.

 

It states as it does:

 

The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, lake said:

Yes it is and it states that family is not as strong.

 

I don't really understand what you are saying?  Where it state that the family is not as strong?

 

Whether you take the origin of the expression as being the Rabbinic origin that you like, or the Arabic origin, or the German origin (all of these are in the wiki article) or the Last Super origin, or the origin from the term "blood brothers" ... it means the same thing.  People with blood connections have a special tie together.

 

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10 minutes ago, rideforever said:

People with blood connections have a special tie together.

 

and that 'tie' is not found (always) in the water of the womb.

That a 'bond' via a convenant is 'thicker (stronger) than that which is consider via 'family'.

 

None of my family considers that which I do. Some have moved forwards in part and I am glad for that.

No sibling or friend of mine has removed the mask, lets say.

 

But I have phone conversations with and read posts from 'people' I would say that I have more connection with.

There may soon be a time that we are 'thicker' than the 'water'.

 

The quote is about those who 'battle' together and put those around them before their own life.

 

They agreed to 'die' for each other if required.

 

The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.

 

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Ah, I see what you mean.

I think there are 3 levels:

Organic (blood) : these connections you would fight a war with, they are deep connection .. of course you might argue or hate your family, but it's deeper than that, it's not a choice, it's already done by nature.

Social connections : these seem strong but when the shit hits the fan how many of these will stand by you ... and how many will fight a war with you.  I have seen myself the answer is very very few.

Conscious connections: at a high level you can enter a higher truth with people, then there can be very strong connections that you fight for

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Is there a growing anti-white bias in britain?

BAME people 'are over-represented on TV': Ethnic minorities make up 22% of actors and presenters while only representing 12% of British population, research shows

  • BAME people account for 22 per cent of all on-screen TV contributions last year
  • Total off-screen contributions by BAME people increased to 12.3 per cent
  • But this remains slightly below the total UK BAME population of 12.8 per cent and below London's BAME population of 40.2 per cent, where many shows are made
  • Creative Diversity Network said figures show 'lack of racial and ethnic diversity'

By Jack Wright For Mailonline

Published: 10:25, 13 October 2020 | Updated: 18:47, 13 October 2020

Ethnic minorities are overrepresented as actors and presenters on British television but continue to be sidelined off screen, new research suggests.

People from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds accounted for more than 22 per cent of all on-screen TV contributions last year, while representing just 12.8 per cent of the UK population.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8834021/BAME-people-represented-TV-new-research-suggests.html

End of the ethnic pay gap: Young employees from minority groups now earn MORE than white British workers

  • White young-adult earns average £9.82 per hour, compared to £14.29-an-hour earned by Chinese employees
  • Similar-age Arab workers earned £12.10 and Indian workers earned £11.25, Office for National Statistics found
  • White workers don't earn more than all non-white groups as Pakistani employees earned £9.63 for example
  • But pay gap between white and ethnic minority workers aged 16 to 29 years old was -5.5 per cent in 2019

By Steve Doughty for the Daily Mail and Mark Duell for MailOnline

Published: 01:43, 13 October 2020 | Updated: 08:42, 13 October 2020

Young workers from ethnic minority backgrounds now earn more on average than their white British counterparts, figures reveal.

The analysis shows that the ethnicity pay gap has vanished for those who began their careers over the past 15 years.

The gap had been a major target for activists during a summer dominated by Black Lives Matter campaigning. Yet ethnic minority workers under the age of 30 now earn on average 5.5 per cent more than workers classed as white British.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8833247/Young-white-workers-earn-money-hour-ethnicity-age.html

meanwhile:

UK redundancies rise at fastest rate since the 2008 financial crisis as unemployment surges by 138,000 to 1.5million amid fears MILLIONS more will be on the dole queue by Christmas

  • Jobless people up by 138,000 quarter on quarter to 1.52m in three months to August - highest since 2017
  • Office for National Statistics says unemployment rate rose to 4.5%, from 4.1% in the prior three months
  • FTSE 100 index of Britain's leading companies is down 0.6% or 35 points to 5,967 today following the data
  • However ONS also revealed vacancies surged by record 144,000 to 488,000 between July and September 

By Mark Duell and James Tapsfield For Mailonline

Published: 07:24, 13 October 2020 | Updated: 16:48, 13 October 2020

The number of UK redundancies has risen at its fastest rate since the 2008 financial crisis, as unemployment surges to 1.5million amid fears millions more will be on the dole queue by Christmas.  

Figures by the Office of National Statistics show 156,000 were made redundant in the three months to July - an increase of 48,000 from the three months to the end of May, and the sharpest quarterly rise since 2009 - when Britain was in the grip of the global financial crisis.

In the three months to August, the number of jobless people rose by 138,000 quarter on quarter to 1.52million in the three months to August - the highest since 2017. The unemployment rate rose to 4.5 per cent, from 4.1 per cent in the prior three months.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8833781/Coronavirus-UK-Unemployment-rises-138-000-official-figures-revised.html

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The 'deplorables' that the champagne socialists (corporate socialists) would like to dispose of....

'Elitist curriculum not serving white working classes'

By Katherine Sellgren
BBC News education reporter

Published 2 days ago
 

A "competitive" education system and an "elitist curriculum" do not help address the underachievement of white working class pupils, MPs have heard.

Conversations about issues like "white privilege" and "toxic masculinity" could further alienate them.

Academics told MPs the white working classes faced a "status deficit" as the national conversation had become "much more consumed" with other groups.

They said these pupils were "stuck" in terms of their achievement at GCSE.

The Education Select Committee was taking evidence on Tuesday about the issue of white pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds being left behind.

Matthew Goodwin, Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent told the committee terms such as "toxic masculinity" and "white privilege" could "become more of a problem as we send yet another signal to these communities that they are the problem".

Asked why white boys and girls in poorer communities performed worse than peers from different ethnic backgrounds, Prof Goodwin said a number of "cultural" factors were likely to play a part.

"What is it that's happening outside of the school environment, that's happening perhaps not only within the family but within society, that is sending these kids the message that higher education or pursuing further education is not for them?

"And that, for example, I would argue, speaking quite candidly, is reflected in our national conversation, which gives these kids what I would call a status deficit - that over the last 10 years our national conversation has become much more consumed with other groups in society.

"That has led in particular the white working class to feel as though they are not being given as much recognition and esteem as others.

"Now that doesn't explain this entire problem, but I think at a macro national level it's absolutely part of the explanation for why even the parents of these kids and their grandparents are feeling as though they are not being given sufficient levels of status and respect in wider society, and lastly in a society that really only gives status to university graduates."

'An unruly group'

Professor Dianne Reay, Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Cambridge, said it was important to look at the history of the education system and ask whether the intention was "to educate and empower the working class children".

"I think if we look at the history we can see it was mainly about curtailing and controlling what was seen at the time as an unruly and disreputable group - and I think that that history dogs us still in the present.

"I think that we currently have a hyper competitive, individualised education system which doesn't play well into the strengths of white working class children and I think we need to look really at what we're offering them.

"A narrow, elitist, exclusive curriculum does not work well, as I say, in enabling working class children to succeed through the system."

Prof Reay said that to understand why other ethnic groups tended to do better, even if they were economically disadvantaged, it was important to understand their "history of migration".

"I think some ethnic groups have come from countries where their families - and they have generations of educational success in their countries of origin and they have social and cultural capital - even though they may be economically impoverished by the move here."

These families were "desperate to make a new start and enable their children to succeed in a new system", she said.

Lee Elliot Major, Professor of Social Mobility at the University of Exeter told MPs that poverty and disadvantage were key issues in underachievement.

"What particularly is an issue for some of these white working class communities is that they live in places where there aren't many opportunities.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-54526075

 

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On 10/12/2020 at 8:10 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Don't get me wrong, we have become too hedonistic and complacent. I'm not saying we don't need to change our ways. I see it with my Muslim friends, Western life is poisoning them too once they settle.

 

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I've noticed the same thing. 2nd and 3rd generations take all the bad habits and become just as degenerate as many westerners. If we want to fix mass immigration we need to clean our own backyard first.

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Average black television junkie: Whites dont wear masks, plantation slavery, Im not white, Im good, Good people wear masks, Im gonna wear me a mask like all those black people on tv showing whitey how to be responsable like good black people.

 

Meanwhile, on the other channel a similar psychological program is being played on a channel conducive to average white television junkies.

 

If only morticia was in my life we could smoke a bong and discuss our horror at the number of people in the world consuming danger mind altering substances.

 

The television junkies would think we were looking in a mirror.

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