Archive for the ‘violence’ category

Anders Breivik domestic terrorist or freedom fighter

June 22, 2015

Many on the Left like to de-construct popular or traditional perspectives on individuals with an effect on history.

But they aren’t the only ones with that trick up their sleeve, so to speak. So on this topic, there are 3 links which tell significantly different stories about the same event and the man behind it.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/norway-massacre-survivor-tells-how-5619632
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/apr/17/anders-behring-breivik-claims-victims-not-innocent
http://www.amren.com/news/2012/05/why-liberals-are-terrified-by-anders-breivik/

Some key passages I thought were worth reading:

Recently I attended a public consultation held by the Australian government to address racism. This was part of its strategy to make Australia a true multicultural country.

What stood out to me was that the majority of attendees contributing to this public consultation were all migrant lobbyists, left-wing radicals, political Islamists.  There were very few representatives from the domestic population who had different perspectives.

Suggestions made at the public consultation included changes to our law, the constitution, various Acts, changes to the schools curriculum, further Affirmative Action policies in the workplace, etc.

Disinformation and lies were spread.  They wanted the media to not report on ethnic violence and crime and have more ‘positive’ stories about the migrant community.  One muslim participant claimed ‘Australians’ didn’t want to live in ‘ethnic’ areas because they perceived them to be dangerous.  A lot don’t perceive them to be dangerous, they know they are, especially for the despised Anglo majority.

That evening I watched a documentary about the massacre Andre Breivik is responsible for. It was truly heart wrenching to see the massive number of people Andre Breivik killed.

After attending this anti-racism consultation it also hit home to me the sheer frustration so many people are feeling.  Key decisions are being made by radicals and special interest groups.

At one point at the public consultation  I got into a disagreement with another white lady about whether the point that criticising religion is not the same as vilifying a person because of their race. This was to prevent political islamists from getting their way and banning the criticism of Islam. She wanted me to note that not everyone at the table agreed.    After the session ended this lady started to talk about her private life and announced she was gay with a minority partner.

I was gobsmacked. As a gay woman she either didn’t understand under Sharia Law gays get executed. We were trying to protect her and she was fighting us. Days later I told another gay acquaintance about this story and she immediately started to stand up for Islam, announcing that SOME Christians would also executed gays if they could.

As far as I am aware only Islamic countries ruled by Sharia Law execute gays.  I’m not aware of any gays being executed by Christian states.

I have started to understand why when there are regime changes certain people get rounded up and incarcerated; it is just out of sheer frustration of the damage they have done by pushing their ignorant and radical agendas and not listening to what other people are saying or learning the facts.

So much of my life has been adversely affected by Multiculturalism and enforced diversity. I got completely brainwashed as  a young woman and spent years being politically correct and tolerant only to find it was a one way street.

A lot of young people end up on the left and I blame the fact they are indoctrinated in school and then by the university system. This is why Andre Breivic’s massacre of these kids is so sad and needless.  They were victims of a system that wasn’t teaching them to think using the facts, but to take the facts and wrap them around an ideology.

I wonder how many of those murdered kids would’ve ended up seeing through the indoctrination and emerged as a strong voice against the left.  David Horowitz who actively speaks out against the left was once on the side of communists. Ayaan Hirsi Ali was once a devote Muslim who wore a niqab and she completely transformed her worldview.  People change their worldview.

There are moves to already curtail debate on all of this. During this public consultation the participants called for action against overseas websites that are influencing the Australian population, I guess sites like Jihad Watch, AmRen etc.,  We can’t debate this openly in Australia and if these people have their way we won’t be able to discuss it online.  The only places left will be the ‘whispering corners’.

They can enslave the people of Australia so effectively because the citizens gave up their guns, their power, and thus sold their souls for some material benefits. Which won’t last given the Islamic and Leftist hordes. You can take that as my personal bias in all this.

The post at Amren had this to say about what Brevik claims he is fighting against:

There you have a liberal coming as close as they are likely to get to an admission of what they all fear: that Breivik’s views (although not his actions) are shared by large numbers of people, especially his views on immigration and Islam.  Prof Eriksen is wrong in one respect: it is not a “dangerous minority” but humans generally who have these feelings, including, as mentioned previously, liberals. People may have been brainwashed but that does not means normal human instincts have vanished or that people generally believe in the propaganda. Instead people develop a fear response which drives them to shun views which clash with the ideology and to give evidence of their belief in the ideology in public situations by paying lip service to it.

While an ideology can be enforced, the public will display behaviours ranging from a servile adherence to the ideology to promote their interests to lip service just to remain safe.  But once the means of enforcing the ideology are removed these behaviours will rapidly vanish. The societies liberals have built in the West are houses of cards just waiting to be knocked over if the stranglehold of the politically correct can be broken.

When the US elects an evil mad dog as leader expect the unexpected

April 27, 2015

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bal-university-of-baltimore-closes-amid-high-school-purge-threat-20150427-story.html

As expected. Some people thought it was going to be a crisis that generates emergency rule, right.

Others said the military would play a part, although which part is undecided.

US Executions without due process

April 5, 2015

http://www.wnd.com/2014/04/new-revelations-about-mom-killed-by-capitol-cops/

It doesn’t really matter what people’s position on death penalty is, when things are settled out of court.

The Cost of an Individual Conscience

February 27, 2015

(A comment I left, which produced a lot of interesting links from my archives)

The Sword of the Stranger movie as well as Akira’s biography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_Kurosawa taught me several things.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/After_the_Rain_(film) and Sword of the Stranger were interesting modern Japanese lookbacks at the warrior culture of their nation.

After the Rain, for the sword that gives life, at the highest level of excellence.

Miyamoto Musashi’s life during the decisive battle of the civil West vs East war gave me interesting questions. How Ronins appeared differently than samurai to businessmen and aristocratic zaibatsu clans in modern Japan was another piece of the puzzle.

A knight errant would be much closer to a ronin, a mercenary, or one of Akira’s Seven Samurai. It depends on if a person obeys Authority for the sake of loyalty and obedience, or whether that person obeys his own integral code and beliefs.

I did not truly understand the core message in Sword of the Stranger until later, when I learned lethal force level outputs. The moral message I didn’t even comprehend much of, until I read and reflected on the novel On Killing. The payment exacted on a person’s conscience for Obeying Authority merely because of fear of Authority.

“Cause pain before you injure. Injure before you maim. Maim before you kill. And if you must kill, make it a clean kill. Squeeze every drop of life from the opponent. Because life is so precious, it cannot be wasted, even in death.”

“Let him cut your skin, and you cut his flesh. Let him cut your flesh, and you cut his bones. Let him cut your bones, and you cut off his life.”

Exerting enough will and self discipline to take a mutual cut or death scenario, was an obvious first goal but not the last. Modern civilians complain of being hungry for 30 minutes. Interesting contrast, is it not.

Recently, the youth of Japan are receiving a slightly different message.

“Achieve your mission with all your might.
Despair not until your last breath.
Make your death count!” – Motto of

“To be honest I do not think whether they live or die is the matter at hand. Life is not always better than death. It is not that simple. Living and being made to live are very different things. What matters is what the person chooses of their own free will: whether or not it can be achieved nor how difficult it is.

I want you to consider this: imagine if what matters most to you was taken away against your will. If that is indeed worth less than your life”-

I cannot help but wonder if Japan knows that rearming is the only secure way into the future, given current strategic global affairs.

What you of the CHOAM directorate seem unable to understand is that you seldom find real loyalties in commerce. When did you last hear of a clerk giving his life for the company? Perhaps your deficiency rests in the false assumption that you can order men to think and cooperate. This has been a failure of everything from religions to general staffs throughout history. General staffs have a long record of destroying their own nations. As to religions, I recommend a rereading of Thomas Aquinas. As to you of CHOAM, what nonsense you believe! Men must want to do things out of their own innermost drives. People, not commercial organizations or chains of command, are what make great civilizations work. Every civilization depends upon the quality of the individuals it produces. If you over-organize humans, over-legalize them, suppress their urge to greatness — they cannot work and their civilization collapses.
-A letter to CHOAM, Attributed to The Preacher

I would rather die having spoken in my manner, than speak in your manner and live. For neither in war nor yet in law ought any man use every way of escaping death. For often in battle there is no doubt that if a man will throw away his arms, and fall on his knees before his pursuers, he may escape death, if a man is willing to say or do anything. The difficulty, my friends, is not in avoiding death, but in avoiding unrighteousness; for that runs deeper than death.-Socrates before the Athenian death panel

Authorities, that is what they do when they have the power, but what gives them the right except for people’s willingness to kneel down and obey? For they fear Death above all else.

” Y’all got on this boat for different reasons, but y’all come to the same place. So now I’m asking more of you than I have before. Maybe all. Sure as I know anything, I know this – they will try again. Maybe on another world, maybe on this very ground swept clean. A year from now, ten? They’ll swing back to the belief that they can make people… better. And I do not hold to that. So no more runnin’. I aim to misbehave.

Captain Mal Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) Serenity”

Preparation before the tactical engagement

February 27, 2015

http://chirontraining.blogspot.com/2015/02/solo-skills.html

I’ve been practicing some form of this for awhile now. I don’t use a formal term for it, since it’s not people skills. It’s more like preparing for an engagement with the hopes that it won’t happen.

http://chirontraining.blogspot.com/2015/01/justified-justifiable-prudent-and-smart.html

Making the body into a machine of gears

December 23, 2014

http://practicalmethod.com/2014/12/gears-and-connection/#more-40614

Thanksgiving sales

November 27, 2014

The Japanese often talk about giving thanks, orei, or saying arigatou. Humans are emotional people and emotions easily spread, that applies to negative as well as positive emotions.

http://www.targetfocustraining.com/sale/2014.php?inf_contact_key=56ba92ef93e869671a96b4e25764bfe9fba1bd1eab538906d9f2df9addedcf01#FoundationOrder

http://www.targetfocustraining.com/uscca/tft.html

It is often times difficult to control one’s emotions without certain resources or command of the situation.


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