If we do not combine, nothing will ever change

It starts with having the right target, before we even tackle it.

Exhibit 1:

The Catholics say despair is a sin and perhaps it is, but it is hard to be optimistic about the world when you see stories like this one. Even allowing for the possibility there could be more to the story than what is being reported, how can society survive when this sort of thing is even plausible?

That is a key point. He explains:

Thomas Salbey became an internet sensation after footage of him hurling abuse at Sonboly, from the balcony of his fifth floor apartment was posted on Twitter.

But while many praised Mr. Salbey for standing up to the gunman – who aimed shots in his direction – Florian Weinzierl, a spokesman for the Munich prosecutor, has confirmed that Mr. Salbey is to be charged with libel for his comments.

It is not known who reported Mr. Salbey to the authorities. As the attack by Sonboly was already underway, Mr. Weinzierl said that initial investigations have shown that Mr. Salbey’s diatribe did not affect the course of events. The specific charges have yet to be announced, but Mr. Weinzierl said he expected that they would include “insults to the detriment of the dead”.

Detriment to the dead? Roll that one round the tongue for a while – detriment to the bleedin’ dead. They’re taking the yellow fluid, are they not? In a black joke quite possibly involving incarceration.

So we come, do we not, to the question of reaction and the state reaction to our reaction? That is the bottom line here, that is what cows us and makes us not speak out in RL, only on sites such as this.

All right, Exhibit 2:

A man from Manchester in the United Kingdom has been sentenced to 180 hours unpaid work and a 12-month community order after posting comments that were said to be “grossly offensive” towards Muslims.

Stephen Bennett, 39, reportedly took to the Greater Manchester Police’s Facebook page to post comments “concerning an Asian woman” as well as another which was “likely to be offensive to Muslims”.

While the Greater Manchester Police refused to disclose the details of the case to Breitbart London, he is said to have also written: “Don’t come over to this country and treat it like your own. Britain first,” according to the Manchester Evening News.

The father of seven, whose mother-in-law and sister-in-law are Muslim, was visited at his home at 8am by police officers who arrested him under the anti-free speech Malicious Communications Act. He is reported to have said to the officers: “Is this about that Muslim thing on Facebook? I’m getting locked up for sticking up for my own country.”

The legislation, brought forward under Tony Blair’s Labour government in 2003, states that a person is guilty of an offensive if they:

… and it then goes into all those things. Point in this post is not how Draconian the law is on this, it is about the law itself and the police carrying out – with gusto – the letter of that unjust law. What is going through their minds while carrying that out?

We’ve been here how many times now? And have we not seen so much of it that we’re in a sort of dismayed daze? Yesterday I wondered why some fellow Tweeters, Muffled Vociferation and Goodnight Vienna, were not tweeting. One of the ladies replied:

why not tweeting

There is a tendency to spray one’s shot in reaction to things – not wrongly so but in spraying at, say, politicians alone, we forget those behind them who are pushing this diabolical agenda and the poor saps who follow it and spout inanities like: “Stop all haters”.

And the captured media.

Just the definition of that term “hater” is one thing for the UN and another for all normal people in each western country. Blair’s Law, mentioned above – it is so vaguely worded, like RIPA. Yes, we know all this.

It’s all down to what the ruling elite consider offensive, as we know. That is highly dangerous and my Russian friends, when seeing this, shake their heads and wonder why “we” wish to inflict this upon ourselves.

“We” don’t, not in the least. Much of the time, we don’t even know about it until it’s too late. But there are very active activists on the side of inadvertent evil, working night and day to bring such things in, in thrall for their jobs and favour to the current Prime Minister or other leader overseas, most blinded by the Narrative.

In practical terms, what could that man given 180 days have done? Shut up? Saved himself from any aggro?

Some time back, there was a Freeborn advocate [blogger] many of us know who was only asking people to do as he had done. Yet he was on the edge of it and if he expected society to follow him, he was to be disappointed. We know we won’t take on the police this way by ourselves.

In a few hours, Mike will have another two of his excellent posts up on other issues which really do matter – and he’d better not stop posting them – but at the same time, the message within this one will have been quickly skipped over, put out of mind.

It’s not unlike Branson and Geldof taking in dozens of refugees. We’re all talk – and I include myself very much in this. It’s not directed outwards towards or against you – I’m just as put upon to do something and I don’t do it.

We’re not Tommy Robinsons, are we? One man against a machine.

And were we Tommy Robinsons, what do we get? We get buggered by Muslim run prison inmates and others without women. That’s a powerful disincentive to do anything. And they know that. And they play on it. They have little or no respect for us because we are like this.

It’s not my intention to shame us into standing up, not just to the authorities but to the 48% of destructive people spouting inanities about hate crimes. It’s not my intention, as I know no one will. I wouldn’t – I have a busy day – hence blogging will also be light from me.

Not until the heads of our own families are actually taken away and we then scream blue murder about our own family members, expecting the cavalry to come riding in.

And it will go on and on like this, getting worse. Because no one combines to stop it.

We’re being pushed by the PTB, no doubt about that, and they have agendas – this is how it was done in the USSR and I was watching it happen here, from Russia itself. I saw the whole Blair era from over there.

If we had a solution to this thing, short of revolution, we’d have implemented it. And even if we do riot, e.g. getting behind a ne’er-do-well malcontent such as Wat Tyler, Nigel or Trump, we see what happens to the Wat Tylers. And no one steps in to help him. We’ll come out as a mob behind him but once the head is cut off, we slink away. William Wallace ditto.

So there it is in front of us here. We see two iniquities quoted above and what do we do? In my case, I just blog on them.

Thanks to Lord Somber for sending this more ‘wordsmithy’ reaction to what’s happening:

Of all that assails us on several fronts, there is one assault more pernicious than all the others, for the others are merely methods, ploys, and tactics.

All of it, whether it be a (one-sided) religious war; an alien invasion; a political coup d’état under the guise of “democracy”; exporting “American” Progressivism to benighted nations; a curtailment of freedoms under the rubric of “rights”; the discounting of citizenship, males, whiteness, heritage, history; a malign and purposed toxic contamination of the cultural, social, and political order of the signal civilization in all history; all of it, is all of the nature of the witches’ cauldron – a smelting pot of ores, vials of strange, bizarre, queer, anomalous, mysterious, natural and unnatural potions. It is alchemy, a concoction of heavy metals that will collapse any society with its own weight and stress, and irradiates all living things.

But who would formulate such a thing?

It hardly matters if no one is going to organize to stop these iniquities. And when someone tries to – e.g. Nigel Farage – then it only goes so far and he gets roundly vilified for his personal foibles.

Instead of his message.

And having done for him, the PTB and their 48% lackeys continue on their merry way, virtue signalling and calling us haters and nutters.

And we know we’re not.

But what do we do? How do we combine to overthrow these iniquities? Why will the 48% not even acknowledge them?

[H/T Chuckles]

7 comments for “If we do not combine, nothing will ever change

  1. Hereward Unbowed.
    August 9, 2016 at 9:42 am

    Pray for a Trump victory, that would be a start.

    For the few……………existing on this benighted isle – for us to continue to bear witness at how the state, with its apparatus, its gendarmerie and indeed the sum total of the administration beget perfidy against the majority.

    A Treason against a nation, as duplicitous political and economic gaming are playing with us all, forcing us into slavery and thus purposefully binding us all into dhimmitude.

    However small be the seed, an acorn grows into an Oak, the idea is, to plant doubt and encourage, to seek out allies, publish the light and about what has been lost – free speech.

    To complete the original analogy to Christianity, we are only very small but resolutely resistant ICHTHIUS, ICTHUS if you prefer.

    • August 9, 2016 at 10:36 am

      A Trump victory would at least crowbar this cosy cartel apart.

      • Errol
        August 9, 2016 at 5:28 pm

        Would it? Honestly would electing Donald Trump really make any difference to these petty, squalid, miserable people?

        When you actually ask a Lefty, really make them think they cannot understand that these laws are wrong. They don’t care that using force to twist people’s rights to match their views is wrong. They just say ‘he was wrong and must be punished’. They never consider that he had a right to say these things, right Lefties once fought for but now put effort into destroying.

        They cannot see that big state oppression is wrong. They think government is right and people shouldn’t be allowed freedoms as ‘they don’t understand’. It’s a mess, a mess of contradictions, confusions and fear underpinned by hypocrisy as you can guarantee when those same laws are applied to them, they’ll squeal about ‘freedom’ as loud as they can.

  2. Judd
    August 9, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    Apart from all the correct reasons for America and Americans to vote in Trump, i want real honest patriotic Americans to witness the sea of smacked arse faces on their very own elites media and chatterati, the same sea of smacked arse faces we saw when we did the unthinkable and voted Brexit.

    Russia as an ally would be marvellous for all of us given the real enemy of the west and freedom we all face, more likely with Trump too.

    • Ted Treen
      August 9, 2016 at 3:18 pm

      Amen to all of that, Judd.

  3. Henry Kaye
    August 9, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    Instant world-wide communication has given rise to enormous audiences but has also given rise to an almost unlimited number of unscrupulous “informed” individuals who, either for financial gain or political advancement, seek to spread their message. I would say that those seeking political advantage, if successful, are the most dangerous be use they inherit the means of enforcing their usually misguided philosophical persuasions. The world is awash with “ideas” and there are no shortage of adherents. A hundred years ago there were probably just as many “ideas” but the ease of spreading them was nothing like today; their effect upon national and international thinking and behaviour was minimal. The world leaders have always been subject to criticism and questions but never so much as today. There is a desperate need for some order to arise out of the chaos but I can’t see it happening any time soon.

  4. August 16, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    If Stephen Bennett were to set up a crowdfund for an appeal I am pretty sure that there would be plenty willing to contribute.

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