Unreasonable people

Consider this:

Convicted killer who escaped to the UK during a 20-year jail term in Albania is now back in Britain and running a car wash in Leicester after being deported in 2009

And this:

Widow of scientist killed by psychotic knifeman days after charges are dropped demands inquiry into failings

Consider this one:

anti-vets

Or this:

voter fraud

Or this:

eiffel tower

Or this:

paris street

There is an expression in Russian “sit po gola” or fed up to the throat [we say back teeth]. And as you know, it’s not just the behaviour of these people – the pussy paraders, Diane Abbott, Obama organizing protesters “at community level” against Trump – it’s not just those.

It is the utter failure of the system to do its job, the refusal to accept law and desire some sort of order and safety for people. It’s the making of a plethora of new, iniquitous laws. Plus the taxation.

And the people behind it all, apart from Them who are driving it, are the left-liberals and globalist banksters.

I’m told by do-gooders that people should not be labelled and we should love everyone equally. Yes, love what they might be but certainly not love appalling behaviour.

Sure we should try to get along with everyone, if humanly possible, as in Kahlil Gibran’s Desiderata:

As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even to the dull and ignorant; they too have their story.

Sometimes it’s not possible, given their behaviour and plan. This can be refined to Teddy Roosevelt’s:

Speak softly but carry a big stick.

I just saw on Twitter, unpleasantly, some female in America defecate on the footpath, take it and wipe an “I hate Trump” message on a wall. There is no need for further comment on that.

And they lie, they use terms for themselves which are the diametric opposite of what they’re claiming – current one is Anti-fa, who are precisely what they are supposedly opposing. In Fahrenheit 451, the “firemen” were the ones starting the fires. Similar.

What the ordinary person wants and DJT has begun to deliver is security and prosperity, after the past dire eight years.

In 2005, the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America was set up. It was a total lie. It was NAFTA, Mexicans pouring across the border, Muslims coming in in the thousands. It had zero to do with Security and Prosperity and all to do with destruction of the nation.

In a similar way, they feel they can just label you with any name – racist, fascist, sexist – with absolute impunity but when you label what they are up to, it’s “micro-aggression”, “cultural appropriation” or whatever else the buzzword is. And the police visit and charge you.

Now these horses backsides are out of power in the U.S. but still in power in the UK. The way the Portland police rushed the protesters [read “criminals”] who attempted to disrupt traffic, forcing them to ground and handcuffing each – how far into the future can you see that happening here, with ordinary people able to move about safely?

In the 1950s/early 60s, my views on society and those of the Deplorables as a whole were mainstream, dead centre. They were bourgeois views, with peacefulness, as opposed to fanaticism, the watchword. I have these views today.

However, as Robert Bork said:

bork on the shift left

In common with many of you, when they wildly fling these labels at you, whilst at the same time reproaching you for using labels such as “left” in a disparaging way, we are not overly concerned because these are dysfunctional brains flinging these things, minds sadly o’erthrown.

However, it’s still not pleasant, if only for the incorrectness of the epithets. Were they in any way accurate, well, there’s not a lot we could say. But they’re not accurate and in most cases, are diametrically the opposite of the truth.

And that sadly tests the Christian admonition to “love thy neighbour as thyself”. Last night, from 11.30 p.m. onwards, the neighbours decided to party. There is a rule in this house that from 12 midnight to 6 a.m., especially on Sunday/Monday, residents do not do such things. These people ignored it, I’ve had one and a half hours sleep and the landlord has just arrived.

He tells me they said I was the issue – apparently me going to bed to sleep at midnight was highly offensive to them. From what I can hear out there now, he’s not buying that.

Love thy neighbour? I shall try.

At least this one got jail, where he can now spread it inside the jail:

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=56164

And how about this one?

Man Found Not Guilty of Beheading Bus Passenger Due to Mental Illness Is Set Free

4 comments for “Unreasonable people

  1. Gregory Tingey
    February 13, 2017 at 5:11 pm
  2. Penseivat
    February 13, 2017 at 6:23 pm

    As a Police officer, I used to work shifts 6am – 2pm, 2 – 10, and 10 – 6. During my earlies shift, the young lads in the house next door (they were semi-detached) decided to have a party while their parents were away. Unfortunately, my bedroom backed onto the adjoining wall and, despite calling round twice and, politely, asking them to turn the volume of their music down, they didn’t, so I had less than 2 hours sleep. Getting up at 4.30 for work, I moved my speakers from their stands and placed them face in to the adjoining wall. Setting the music system to repeat, on a low bass, I turned the volume up (the whole wall was vibrating), and went to work at 5.15, returning home at 2.30. Afterwards, they always checked what shift I was on before they had a party.

  3. February 13, 2017 at 6:42 pm

    I’m going for the holier-than-thou bit. They got theirs today though.

  4. Errol
    February 13, 2017 at 10:47 pm

    These people, the sort who have the freedom to write offensive notes bought with the blood of others don’t seem able to spell.

    If they cannot understand the basics of English they really shouldn’t be living here.

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