Putin Approaches, Globalists Tense Up

Shitlibs are of course seeing this as proof that Trump is in Putin’s pocket.

Reality: Putin and Trump hate globalists, and are greeting each other knowing that they are surrounded by globalists, and share a smile of common understanding.

The paradigm is rupturing. What we may see in foreign relations is the development of an alliance akin to a Western Warsaw Pact, as nationalist (read: sane) countries like Poland, Hungary, Italy, Finland, Russia, and the US ally against Globohomo, and push back on the entire internationalist project, from open borders to fiat money. Cucked nations like France and Germany and the UK will be left in the cold.

NATO won’t make it another five years. History is full of strange realignments. The emergence of a US-led Warsaw-esque Pact would be one of the stranger ones.





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  1. I have been saying, to anyone that will listen, Russia is saving the west. Religion, culture, values…whatever.

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  2. on November 11, 2018 at 3:31 pm Captain Obvious

    >>>>> “a Western Warsaw Pact, as nationalist (read: sane) countries like Poland, Hungary, Italy, Finland, Russia, and the US ally against Globohomo”

    WWP would be so awesome that it wouldn’t even need Viagra.

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  3. Macron is some weird degenerate looking pervert. God alone knows what he gets up to….

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  4. One problem with Russia is its, er, problematical history with Eastern European states, especially when it was manifested by the USSR. The antipathy to Russia lies deep, at least in Poland and the Baltic states. Which is a pity since imo the risk of their tanks rolling west again is virtually non-existent.

    [CH: Russia will not soon be a core entity in any pact involving Western nations, for the reason you give. Russia is undomesticated, un-tameable, which is expected given that so many russians have wild mongol blood in them. but they will be a convenient ally against a much more fearsome enemy in globohomo.]

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    • Its not so much a hate for the Russians, but a deep hatred of what the “special people ” controlled Soviet Union did to Poland. One day the Poles will learn to separate the two, given enough background information.

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    • They historically did a solid for Greece though. Those bastards are really hard to pin-down.

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    • Off-topic, but what are the Baltic States going to do now: go extinct? Lithuanian is Europe’s most antiquated language, and Baltic women are the world’s finest. It would be quite a loss.

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    • on November 12, 2018 at 8:25 pm Libertarian_Pill

      Russian society is not really compatible with Polish values, or those found in other more gentle Eastern European countries like Romania, Georgia etc. Those smaller countries have religious God-fearing populations, whereas Russia has a very weird mix of atheistic, money worshipping violent people, and an up and coming Muslim youth, even more violent, which is being indoctrinated by our friends the Saudis. Seventy years of what you call the poz, coupled with completely massacring the aristocracy and the God-fearing deplorables, as well as the diabolical resettling of all those Turkic and Caucasian peoples around the Union must leave consequences.

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  5. Actually I think Melania’s expression is far more interesting

    [CH: melania is from the czech republic, right? the old soviet union invaded czechoslovakia. czechs don’t forget that.]

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    • Not quite. She’s from Slovenia, part of former Yugoslavia, which was a rival of the Soviets and never got invaded. The actual invasion was performed by NATO in the 90’s, which brought us the shitholes of Kosovo and Bosnia.

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      • My old man used to go skiing there before Tito shat the bed, at the invitation of local colleagues.
        He told me they all (Slovenes) pretty much knew what was up before the Serbs (being mentalists) went mental. And extraordinarliy skilfully gazumped all the mad balkan savages by declaring basically UDI before they (the other, nutty-boy tribes) could raid the SFRY armouries.

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    • She was born under Communist rule. She knows

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    • Yeah Melania truly is a Balkhan chic.
      That blonde TV bimbo that started making googly eyes at Trump after he shitlorded her on national TV was damn lucky they never met alone.

      Which btw makes Baron a German/Balkan mix.
      Cannot wait for THAT Shitlord show… ehhe..

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    • Sorry to be a hair splitter but I think she’s from Slovenia. Ivanka mom (mum) is Czech. Regardless Trumps love of east european women proves that the man has always been ahead of the curve.

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      • Baron
        TRUMP
        for
        President
        2044

        (hes 12 now IIRC so by 2044 he will be 38 making him eligible for president)

        And the term Trumpian Conservative will be part of history and signal the evolution that occured in 2020 of the Republican party. from neoCohen cucks to constitutionally conservative, America first nationalists.

        🇺🇸

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    • And Poland, and Hungary, and then East Germany. Americans tend to blow 1968 out of proportion. Czechs are interesting nation, most Westernized of all Slavs, rather introverted. They were content to provide arms to Vermacht during WW2, then just as easily cleansed Sudeten Germans out. 1968 riots were mild affair compared with 1956 Hungary, probably because madyars had a lot of former solders with experience fighting on Eastern front participating in rebellion while Czechs cared more about order, good beer and stewed pig legs.

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    • Slovenia

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    • Slovenia borders Italy and Austria. Definitely worth checking a map on this one. It was the least Balkan of the Yugoslav republics.

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  6. It sure looks like Melania is giving Putin the eye.

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  7. For inspiration: Today’s nationalist march in Poland. Why cant white Americans do this ?

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    • You know the answer to this question…diversity is adversity

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    • Nationalist march, eh?

      Regular Polish folks hitting the streets to celebrate their Independence Day isn’t exactly a Nuremberg Rally.

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      • Actually this is a nationalist march, not sponsored, organized, or supported by the various governments through the years. Its an organic tradition started about a decade ago by nationalist groups. ((( They ))) attempt to stop or smear it every year, but it keeps getting larger. Additionally, you wont find many fascists in Poland due to certain historical events.

        Here’s a short ((( bias ))) history.

        ” The Independence march had originally been organised by three of Poland’s main far-right groups: All-Polish Youth (Młodzież Wszechpolska), the National-Radical Camp (Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny) and the National Rebirth of Poland (Narodowe Odrodzenie Polski). During its early years demonstrators would congregate in front of the statue of Poland’s pre-war historic figure Roman Dmowski, many demonstrators dressed in paramilitary uniforms and it was not uncommon to see participants giving the ‘hitler salute’. Anti-fascist demonstrators organised counter-demonstrations and were often successful in blocking the march from going along its designated route.

        However, from 2011 a new coalition was formed to organise the demonstration. The fascist roots of the march were disguised, the uniforms put away and the fascist salutes discouraged. An alliance was formed between the far-right, groups of football hooligans and importantly the growing catholic conservative right. The demonstrations grew in size, boosted by the growth of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) as the main opposition party. Although the demonstrations often ended with hooliganism and vandalism, the far-right had managed to hegemonise the right and bring different sections of the conservative and patriotic right under its banner. From 2014 the attempt by anti-fascists to block the march was abandoned – simply because it was too weak to do so and the far-right had managed to convince many that this was no longer a fascist march. This new alliance has been further strengthened since PiS formed a government in 2015. “

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      • Crowds celebrating in the streets on a country’s Independence Day is not a “nationalist march”, as the alt-R understands the term.

        I have no doubt that some splinter groups over the years attempted to piggyback onto national independence celebrations, but these people are regular Polish citizens, admittedly less pozzed than other Whites, but by no means hard-core rightists/fascists.

        I will tip the cap to clever propaganda to whoever thought to take credit for the fact that tens of thousands of people were going to be in the streets that day anyway.

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      • ((( They ))) attempt to stop or smear it every year, but it keeps getting larger

        Last year’s march was officially estimated at 60,000 strong, breaking Poland’s national records for largest manifestation. This year is estimated at… upward of 20,000.

        Almost didn’t happen, or at least peacefully. Warsaw’s shitlib mayor revoked the permit for it but courts overturned that at the eleventh hour.

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      • Typo, I meant that this year is estimated at almost a quarter million, 200,000 participants.

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      • ” Crowds celebrating in the streets on a country’s Independence Day is not a “nationalist march”, as the alt-R understands the term. ”

        True, but the Polish nation has different understanding of Nationalism, as its way more ingrained in the people’s DNA and culture. There is no separation between Poland / Being Polish / being Catholic / being Slavic / being white, as its innately understood that you have to be all those things to be thought of as Polish. Mud actors will not be playing historical figures anytime soon.

        Also, like I mentioned before, this march didn’t exist till it was started by Nationalists groups, they didn’t piggyback upon an already existing march. Give credit where credit is due Mr. Greg.

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      • Actually this is a nationalist march, …

        Actually, no it’s not… it’s Poland celebrating it’s Independence Day, as they do every year… and yes, there are some far-right groups in the crowd, a usual coterie of good ol’ boy football hooligans, and anti-fascist groups as well, but the vast majority are regular citizens merely having a good time, like we do here on the 4th of July.

        That element was visible on Sunday as well. The green banners of the fascist National Radical Camp fluttered near the head of the march, and ultra-nationalists from Italy, Hungary, Slovakia and other countries were also present. Many people fired off illegal flares, and there were frequent football chants.

        A much smaller group of leftists and anti-fascists held a separate march — screened from the main event by large numbers of police.

        However, the vast majority of the crowd waving Polish flags were ordinary people celebrating a significant anniversary.

        “It’s a great day,” said Katarzyna Łagowska, who had driven 400 kilometers from Cieszyn on the Czech border with her husband and four small children to take part in the march. “We can’t end the divisions in one day, but everyone is celebrating — no matter what their political views.”

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      • Tedious Greg strikes again
        talking about the stuff he has no or very limited knowledge of
        jesus christ learn something before you decide to never close
        that f*ucking mouth of yours
        While all commies of the world and (((their masters))) try to belittle and deride this march here you are collaborating with them
        Are you a shill?

        looks just like a 4th July right?

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      • It’s no Fourth of July picnic in November over there, it tends to be very cold and miserable. The 2016 march was pounded by sleet. “We can’t end the divisions in one day, but everyone is celebrating — no matter what their political views” shouldn’t be confused with milquetoast civic nationalism. It is better understood in the sense that blood trumps petty political division.

        Of course there aren’t going to be 200,000 fringe and quasi illegal radical nationalists descending on a city. Those guys have hometowns and schools & jobs, not garrisons. It’s a dishonest or naive thing to claim that ordinary people’s presence invalidates the claim that this was a patriotic event. In a small country with the history it has and practically 100% overlap between language and blood, “patriotism” isn’t something toothless.

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      • like we do here on the 4th of July.
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        lolzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
        it does look like 4th july

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      • I just love watching all those faces marching by. Sleet and patriotic hymn Rota (“The Oath”) in 2016:

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      • You fucks are getting more tedious by the day.

        I’m not denigrating the event, nor the people.

        But don’t try to bullshit a bullshitter. There are enough lies in the world already, and yes (DUH) a celebration of an Independence Day is a patriotic event.

        But calling this a “nationalist march”, the way we speak of the term ’round chere, is disingenuous.

        So fucking learn to tell the truth or STFU. If you don’t like me calling you on your bullshit, then don’t bullshit. This isn’t rocket surgery.

        It’s no Fourth of July picnic in November over there, it tends to be very cold and miserable. The 2016 march was pounded by sleet.

        Never said it was… I was merely speaking of Independence Day celebrations and the crowds they draw within their given nations.

        It’s a dishonest or naive thing to claim that ordinary people’s presence invalidates the claim that this was a patriotic event. In a small country with the history it has and practically 100% overlap between language and blood, “patriotism” isn’t something toothless.

        And who the fuck, may I ask, was trying to invalidate that this was a patriotic event?

        C’mon, PA… I expect petulant lashing out from the likes of cortesar, but I always thought your reading comprehension and objectivity was a bit more on the level.

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      • coretsar, you disingenuous fuck, did I deny that there were alt-R elements in the crowd?

        Did I NOT mention there were also some antifascist groups there as well.

        THIS IS WHY WE LOSE… because you clowns can’t lie straight in your beds without acting like someone stole your ice cream whenever one of your exaggerations gets called out.

        Keep us on that losing track, alt-R allies.

        And for the record, you know DAMN WELL when I brought up the 4th of July it was merely a comparison to crowds that turn out in public for a country’s Independence Day celebration.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • But calling this a “nationalist march”, the way we speak of the term ’round chere, is disingenuous
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        but there you go again greggy
        putting nationalist march in parenthesis
        there is no single person with even a superficial knowledge of the event who would not call this march nationalistic
        you have no clue what are you talking about (as in many other instances here) yet you are about to give your (((shaking muh head))) for 125687 time
        you stubborn tedious boomer

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      • ” You fucks are getting more tedious by the day.

        I’m not denigrating the event, nor the people.

        But don’t try to bullshit a bullshitter. There are enough lies in the world already, and yes (DUH) a celebration of an Independence Day is a patriotic event. ”

        Lets all take a deep breath. All everyone is trying to say, is that this huge march was STARTED by nationalist groups. It didnt exist till that point.

        The concept of patriotism doesn’t really exist in Poland, that’s an ((( American ))) notion. How can you be patriotic but not nationalist ?

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      • Also, like I mentioned before, this march didn’t exist till it was started by Nationalists groups, they didn’t piggyback upon an already existing march. Give credit where credit is due Mr. Greg.

        If what you’re saying is that there were no crowds in the streets on Poland’s Independence Day before some nationalists (as we understand the term, not your regular Joe patriots) thought up the idea of a march, then I will indeed stand corrected.

        But I highly doubt the regular citizens of Poland didn’t do a bit of public celebrating and flag-waving well-before this particular event, and if it were strictly billed as a “nationalist march”, the way WE use the term, I doubt people would be coming from all over Poland with their children in tow.

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      • ” But I highly doubt the regular citizens of Poland didn’t do a bit of public celebrating and flag-waving well-before this particular event, and if it were strictly billed as a “nationalist march”, the way WE use the term, I doubt people would be coming from all over Poland with their children in tow. ”

        I don’t think Poland holds July 4th style marches on independence day, not part of the traditions. Marches are reserved for military / historical type events. Also, this is in the capital, if there were any other marches prior to this one existing, we would have know about them. Either way, lets all not fight over this there are more important things at hand.

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      • putting nationalist march in parenthesis

        The term “nationalist” is used on this site and others to mean something far more than the patriotic feelings most people have for their country, and what will make them celebrate on their official holiday, waving flags in parades and all.

        It’s become to be accepted as connoting far right proclivities, even ‘fascist’, in both the best and worst connotations of THAT particular word.

        And in that context, Poland’s Independence Day parade is not that sort of “nationalist march”, because these crowds are obviously (and even admittedly now by your guys yourself) regular patriotic citizens, not hard right activists.

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      • …………….not your regular Joe patriots
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        but he just told you that there is “patriots”in Poland
        Poland is 98 per cent Polish nation
        Do you understand that simple concept
        He also explained you in of the initial posts the genesis of the march
        Furthermore in addition to the manifestation of Polsih nationalism
        the event has become some kind of lightening rod and meet place for all European nationalist groups

        Here is Forza Nuova at hsi year event
        Sorry you have no clue what Forza Nuova is

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      • ” And in that context, Poland’s Independence Day parade is not that sort of “nationalist march”, because these crowds are obviously (and even admittedly now by your guys yourself) regular patriotic citizens, not hard right activists. ”

        However, their is no concept of patriotism in Poland, especially not the watered down ((( US ))) version. The average Pole is very nationalistic, its ingrained in their DNA. This is identical to the same way that being Christian / Catholic is also ingrained in the Polish national psyche.

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      • And in that context, Poland’s Independence Day parade is not that sort of “nationalist march”, because these crowds are obviously (and even admittedly now by your guys yourself) regular patriotic citizens, not hard right activists
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        boomer for the third time there is no “patriotism” in Poland
        That (((concept))) exists only in murrica
        By the measure of today these crowds almost in their entirety are on far right
        That is why Poland has almost zero invasion rate despite the tremendous pressure from the globoshlomo

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      • Did I forget to mention that there were some far right groups in the crowd?

        No… I didn’t.

        So, in this “nationalist” march that you so much want to give hardcore rightists credit for, what were the percentages of “nationalists” that the oy-veyers are kvetching about in your own links, and what percentage of Polish citizens who “drove four hours with our children”?

        For someone so obviously proud of Poland and their solidarity, you might want to snark a little less about Christianity from here on out, you patriot you.
        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • By the measure of today these crowds almost in their entirety are on far right

        Ah, so you ARE admitting that terms such as “far right”, “nationalist”, etc., can have different connotations, depending upon which side of the Pond we’re sitting?

        That’s been my point all along.

        The regular Polish folk are the equivalent of what we might call our “hardcore conservative”, even “Heritage American” types. Strongly catholic, strongly patriotic (or nationalistic, if you want to quibble over semantics, although PA himself mentioned patriotic).

        But don’t try to sell the idea that any vast percentage of those 200K that joined in the celebration were the type of alt-R, JQ aware yeggs that WE mean when we talk about “far right”… willing to bring their children to a parade if they thought there was going to be significant clashes between police, antifa, and true hard right groups.

        So in the future, admitting the semantic differences, go ahead and say this is a nationalist march, and I’ll understand how you mean the term.

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      • Cortesar’s tweet above that says “VioIent clashes between police, protesters take place during Polish Independence Day.” Important thing to clear up if some miss the date stamp: that was in 2014.

        There were, in fact, fights between nationalists and police back then. That was when a liberal pro-EU party was in power. Those traitors were voted out in late 2015 in reaction to their acceptance of Merkel’s migrant quotas and anti-Catholic noises/optics.

        Since then, there was no animosity between the police and the demonstrators. Every march went beautifully well.

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      • Since then, there was no animosity between the police and the demonstrators. Every march went beautifully well.

        How sweet would it be if we could have the same sort of thing in our capital cities, amirite?

        On a side note, rather disingenuous of cort to post some old footage of past scrapes, trying to bolster a point. But we’re all clear now on the meaning of “nationalist”, Polish style. 😉

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      • In Poland’s context I use “patriotic” and “nationalistic” synonymously. I don’t subscribe to liberal constructions like “I support patriotism but not nationalism” because that’s a mealy-mouthed attempt to de-fang that which the words describe.

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      • The regular Polish folk are the equivalent of what we might call our “hardcore conservative”, even “Heritage American” types. Strongly catholic, strongly patriotic (or nationalistic, if you want to quibble over semantics, although PA himself mentioned patriotic)
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        not even close
        it is very hard to imagine Polish nationalist salivating on the kartrashian dick baseness
        As I said you don’t not know what are you talking about
        Once a crowd of 200k in murrica clearly and unambiguously identifies itself as a white and American (as it is white and Polish in this instance)
        let me know

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      • and when they (200k) even more loudly and unambiguously say
        We are against the caravan/and all turd world invasions because America is a white nation
        (as opposed to we against illegal immigration but we as country welcoming all legal immigrants and so on)

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      • I think I already mentioned the regular Polish folks were far less pozzed than the average ‘Murrican.

        But the average person who goes to a Trump rally isn’t going to think much of the Khardashians neither… yet it doesn’t mean you’re going to be hearing shouts of “White Power!” from the majority of them either.

        I suppose one could call a Trump rally a “nationalist gathering”… but that wouldn’t really be an accurate term, the way “nationalist” has gathered additional connotation over the past generation.

        If you asked the average person what a “nationalist gathering” was, they’d think Charlotteville, not a Trump rally or an Independence Day parade of excited flag-wavers… and that’s been my point all along.

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      • I don’t subscribe to liberal constructions like “I support patriotism but not nationalism” because that’s a mealy-mouthed attempt to de-fang that which the words describe.

        See, there’s the rub… what you and I think of the rightful denotation and connotation of “nationalism” (or any other word, for that matter) is immaterial if, in the public consciousness, the connotations have been changed, in the understanding of the average person to whom we would convey our meanings.

        And ESPECIALLY when we accept those connotations ourselves, as the usual conversations on this very forum prove.

        That whole “a word means what I wish it to mean, nothing more or less” Humpty Dumptyism doesn’t cut ice when the general public takes it to mean something entirely different.

        For example, you might very well say a Trump rally is a “nationalist gathering”, but in the way that’s taken these days, I would argue that’s not the correct term, because it does indeed play into the frame of the Narrative by misleading people to think those crowds are far rightists, when in fact most of them are just ordinary Silent Majority types.

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      • Cortesar at 5:53 PM: Those are not parentheses ( ) around the words “Nationalist march”, but quotation marks ” “. They indicate that the writer is quoting someone else, not that the words within are false.

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      • ooops
        yap these fucking parentheses I start to see them everywhere
        For the rest, he did not put “nationalist” in quotation marks because he was quoting but because as he explained in several post does not believe that that the march was truly nationalistic

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    • They’re not being attacked by hostile-controlled forces of “Law And Order”?
      Instead their cops are just … policing? Like, doing their job?

      Whereas you guys get the full Hungary1956/Czechoslovakia1968 treatment from the boys in blue.
      I was always told Americans don’t do irony.
      Hah! How wrong could I be.

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      • Amazing isn’t it ?

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      • When you get 200K people in the street that are pretty much of accord, and a police force that doesn’t have to fight and/or protect n1ggers day-in and day-out, you’ll be surprised how “at one” a society and their wall-watchers can be.

        Then again, you never see the police knockin’ haids at a Trump rally, neither.

        It’s only when we, on this side of the pond, try to hold an (ahem) “nationalist” march… and it’s hard to tell one nation from another on the same street.

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    • on November 12, 2018 at 7:26 pm jalexanderwallace

      Hundreds of thousands of White American sportscucks gather every Saturday and Sunday in synthetic solidarity to swill beer and choke down slop dogs while rabidly cheering on their sacred deminogs. Now that’s REAL nationalism 🇺🇸

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    • No outside force has been working diligently to both lampoon and destroy their national identity, unlike the USA.

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  8. Traitorous cunt Merkel needs to swing from a rope at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin for what she’s done to The Fatherland.

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    • Tacitus I think reported that for crimes of infamy among the Germans, the offender was shaved/scalped and pressed into a bog under a weighted hurdle, to be hidden for evermore from the gaze of mortals and heaven, such was the shame.
      Cowards and deserters, who ought to be made an example of, were hung on trees for all men and gods to see and consider.

      So bog it is then, Mutti.

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  9. ” Western Warsaw Pact, as nationalist (read: sane) countries like Poland, Hungary, Italy, Finland, Russia, and the US ally against Globohomo, and push back on the entire internationalist project, from open borders to fiat money ”

    Not really sure how this would work. Most of the countries mentioned wont let the muds in , and want to deport any that already got in. Will the US deport its muds ? Wouldn’t that be hypocritically un-doable for the US ?

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  10. Sadly, America is lost. Florida gave felons the vote, and felons trend Dem (and ‘groid), so Florida basically turned itself permanently blue, and no GOP presidential candidate is going to win without Florida.

    It was fun while it lasted gents, but basically the only question that remains is how long before it turns into The Purge, outside. So stock up on non-perishable food and ammo. Shit is going to Get Real, soon enough.

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  11. If the U.S. ever withdrew from NATO I would fully expect the Brits to sponsor terrorist acts in America. Just as if we told Israel no more aid, Jooz would start blowing stuff up. Lindbergh was right on the money.

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    • on November 11, 2018 at 4:18 pm Reinald Vallejo

      London’s mayor is Muslim and he’s already turning a blind eye to terrorism in that cursed city. Cucked-Europe is the enemy.

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      • Khan was put in charge by white Britons. They’ve always used Muslims to do their dirty work. They did it in India.

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      • Khaaaaan! was elected by Londoners.
        Almost no White people were involved, in any way (well I suppose there might well have been some “comfort children” confined in the offices of the celebrating diverse officials, granted).

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      • The Raj was forced to employ Muslims in admin. only because they were marginally less retarded and far less corrupt and idle than the Poo equivalent.
        European clerks and trades died quickly, of disease, in the illimitable heat and filth. Being confined to barracks away from the grasping fecal claws of the locals was relatively safe, as long as everything was boiled (or imported, like the pale ale).

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      • “No whites were involved”

        Plenty of British whites marched against Trump, in solidarity with Khan, I saw them w/my own 2 eyes. Your trolling sucks.

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      • Heaps of provincial non-London shitlib Whites did indeed get bussed in for the demo to augment the GoodWhites of Hampstead and Camden. And you saw them on the telly where the cameras made a point of making it look like a massive crowd of happy mixed NuPeeplz
        Khaaaan! was elected by the unwhite portion of London, plus wealthy pinkfaced socialists. Coalition of the frayed hems.

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      • on November 12, 2018 at 11:16 am Corinth Arkadin

        I’ve been to London. There’s virtually no Britishers there. Whytes are foreigners: French, Polish, Spaniards and one Scotsman.

        The rest were vibrant™ shades.

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    • The US cant take out Britain or Israhell ?

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      • “The US cant take out Britain”

        Israhell: “You and him fight”

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      • on November 12, 2018 at 6:35 pm Reinald Vallejo

        The USA could simply withdraw from NATO and allow Russia to occupy parts of Europe. The European leaders are basically headed toward outright denunciation of the USA anyway.

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    • Er no we’d just ask for the keys for our nukes back pretty please. Because the Frogs are just over there (still, for some reason), and they’ve got loads.
      I think I smell a guilty Noraid “conscience” there. Projecting.

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      • It always comes down to Ireland with you chavvy cunts, doesn’t it. Jesus, stop living in the fucking past & move on. Isn’t that what you tell the Paddies all the time?

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      • Just addressing your paranoic fantasies of UK assaults on anything at all to do with USA.
        I’m unaware of any terrorist actions instigated by non-uniformed Brit forces in the USA since King George’s day. Until we got the raggies, ALL bombings and shootings of civilian targets, for decades (including during WW2) were committed by Irish terrorists, funded enthusiastically by (mostly) the City of Boston. And latterly their great friend and ally Col. Gaddhafi.
        Not very good at it though, the last two only killed kids. Catholic ones at that. Own goal.
        Are you quite sure you’re not a D&C dot-head, Scott?

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      • “Just addressing your paranoic fantasies of UK assaults on anything at all to do with USA”

        No, the UK would never do anything like that. They’d never, for instance, instruct MI6 to manufacture a coup against a democratically elected U.S. President.

        They’d never send a young kid to Nevada to wrestle a gun away from a cop in an effort to shoot a NATO skeptic. And then hustle the kid back to the UK because he’s “aspie.”

        The UK is a peace-loving nation that means the U.S. well. We need to remember that.

        As for Boston, yeah they raised money for Catholic self-defense in Ulster. I never gave, but if I did, I wouldn’t be ashamed at all. Self-defense against British troops and their assassination goons like MRF is a human right.

        Gaddafi? He was Tony Blair’s best friend. Look it up if you don’t believe me.

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    • on November 11, 2018 at 8:00 pm Captain John Charity Spring MA

      Wtf are you talking about?

      The defense industries of the UK and USA are more or less fused because of Trident and the F35.

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  12. on November 11, 2018 at 4:14 pm Reinald Vallejo

    What Putin ultimately wants to do, and probably will at some point is attack (the joke) NATO protected Europe, and I say let him have half of Europe the USA can get the other half. Putin is now making plans with China to start this war, which if he does, he might not win (if the USA even has the will to fight it), but he can cause more destruction than WW2 by far.

    It’s better to make an alliance with Russia, and pretty much give them what they want, and in the meantime, we can take what we want (splitting Europe down the middle). After that, it’s on to the elimination of Islam off the face of the earth forever and cleaning house for the White race worldwide. Win-Win-Win. Bigly.

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    • There is much unsubstantiated conjecture and speculation in your comment. Much more studying needs to be done by you.

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    • Didn’t we try that whole split Europe down the middle thing awhile back?

      (((shakin’ mah haid)))

      And if you’re trying to sell a Russia/China alliance… ESPECIALLY for the purpose of war… doh’t bogart that joint.

      (((shakin’ it some more)))

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    • Who gets the shitty end of the stick then? The half that’s awash with niggers and raggies?

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    • Russians already own London, what isn’t owned by arabs or Chinese that is.

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    • Putin doesn’t really have the forces to control that much territory. He can subvert it for far less. Besides Russia has enough territory. They seek to be a peaceful and economically prosperous nation first and foremost. Talks of Russian aggression are greatly exaggerated, mostly to prop up a dying NATO and to serve as a bug bear for the Central Banking Cabal. Russia has an independent central bank now, a big source of the Special peoples’ animosity.

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      • on November 12, 2018 at 6:44 pm Reinald Vallejo

        No but Putin has plenty of Nukes and the Russia military has been engaging in war games with China on a larger scale than normal. If the USA decides to bail on NATO they are dust in the wind.

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    • Good God! How I wished this would happen…

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  13. 1) “White girls prefer nonwhite men,” and white girls voting for Democrats are white girls crying out for strong white men to LEAD.

    2) After Putin shook Trump’s hand – did you notice that he also gave him a ‘thumbs up’ AND a pat on the arm. Did Melania twirl a strand of her hair, also?

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  14. And I do not believe that Putin feels that the suppression of Czech revolt was correct. https://www.radio.cz/en/section/curraffrs/putin-russia-bears-moral-responsibility-for-1968-soviet-invasion

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  15. on November 11, 2018 at 5:17 pm Oswald Spengler

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CoDominium

    https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/CoDominium

    Maybe these are the first steps toward the establishment of Jerry Pournelle’s CoDominium…a political alliance and union between the United States of America and a revitalized Soviet Union.

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  16. on November 11, 2018 at 5:20 pm gunslingergregi

    the ex ex approached and moved in on my birthday brought food and cooked and brought presents the ex tensed up ran away called me to pick her up I said no u got to get here haven’t seen since

    best outcome I suppose since doing my passport appointment in couple days to finally go see my wife 7 and half years in making
    pretty chill with ex ex living here again she likes to cook

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    • on November 11, 2018 at 5:24 pm gunslingergregi

      think I have punished ex ex enough don’t feel like anymore retribution needed allowed her to cuddle with me last couple nights he he he

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      • ex ex is like a stray cat, cuddles because she needs a home. Once she feels comfortable, the same sheeit will start again. You will get mad. She will seexkitten you again, and the cysle shall repeat. stick with the ex. you cant have two spraying cats in the same house.

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      • on November 11, 2018 at 7:31 pm gunslingergregi

        other than when she raped me couple years ago ain’t fucked ex ex in almost three years
        she thought she was gonna come back and do the whole relationship thing I didn’t let it happen
        but ex ex off drugs she is kind of the key to get ex off too I think
        ex got about one more chance to die and come back and maybe she get off too
        I figure ex got about 50 percent chance of dieing or living

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      • on November 11, 2018 at 7:41 pm gunslingergregi

        ex ex actually one having cookout and such all summer and I take the kids places
        ex is one that comes when she all fucked up looking like a gargoyle then she heals up at my house then dips after she looks human again
        although this time was a bit diferent but she is still fucked up
        ex does still make me mad lol
        ex ex I no longer care what she does on her time or that she make more money than I do
        maybe just a little jealous

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      • on November 11, 2018 at 7:47 pm gunslingergregi

        I do got magical powers though ex came all fucked up in face left with it looking like porcelain lol and looking happy and no one ever died here
        my house is shang gra la he he he

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      • on November 11, 2018 at 8:02 pm gunslingergregi

        ex actually seems like on same trajectory as ex ex so I guess I will have both around for life
        soon be with my wife anyway so it doesn’t really matter anymore
        hopefully ex finds a reason to live

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      • on November 12, 2018 at 3:58 am gunslingergregi

        he he he ex ex was in pants and tshirt last couple nights
        tonight short shorts he he he
        she just told me u know I ain’t smoked weed in a week
        she like I used to go 24 hours without it and got headaches and couldn’t open my eyes
        I was like yea I was thinking bout that
        she like jul 2 will be two years clean
        when she was at my house she got off all the shit
        then went with some dude and got on suboxone again
        she like my house the light house there are no withdrawals
        saved a life
        I guess
        almost unconditional love given
        think im going to heaven baby
        took care of my wife with nobody telling me to for 7 and half years
        he he he

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    • Which ex ? You’ll have to start a numbering system. We’re all getting confused. lolz

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    • on November 11, 2018 at 6:05 pm Captain Obvious

      WHITE BUNZ -> WHITE 0VENZ!!!!!

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      • on November 11, 2018 at 9:02 pm gunslingergregi

        wife probably dieing but she will hopefully find me a nice virgin from good family to marry before she does so then buns oven hopefully

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  17. “Putin and Trump hate globalists”

    Looks like the Allies are getting together again for an other D-Day.

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  18. Watched feetsballin today because I needed a day off to recover after volunteering for a local church dinner. Havent watched feettsballin in two years. We sold over 700 meals in 4 hours. I’m not churchy by any means, however I believe in giving back to the community. Some free nosh’ins and beer doesn’t hurt amongst friends doesn’t hurt either.

    Just watched L. Bush mouth the wrong words to the National Anthem. For fuggs sake.

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  19. Don’t forget Brazil and Best Korea

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  20. Really America, this is one of your congress people ? How did she pay for her $3,200 pant suit then ? On a side note, what the hell is wrong with her eyes ? I guess demons are real.

    – Ocasio-Cortez faults ‘electoral system’ for not getting congressional paycheck yet: ‘How do I get an apartment?’ –

    http://www.theamericanmirror.com/ocasio-cortez-complains-about-not-getting-congressional-paycheck-yet-how-do-i-get-an-apartment/

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    • She is inarguably thee perfect representative for her constituents.

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    • That story stinks. I can’t imagine someone wouldn’t front her the money just to get some benefits from a congresswoman- better yet, simply pay her up front expenses. We’re talking about ten thousand or so for the next few months.

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  21. It’s like the older James Bond movies when the Soviet soldiers would team up with American and British soldiers to take out the bad guy army from Evil Inc.

    seriously makes you wonder how much Ian Fleming really knew. That was a guy who had the hero turn a lesbian because he was the first “Real Man” she ever went with. The man was SAS when the term “operator” was being invented. If anyone knew that shady shit was going on under the surface, he was one of those guys.

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  22. In other news.

    – Mexico reshaping approach to Central American migrants as caravans push north –

    ” The caravans of Central Americans currently traveling northward through Mexico are but the “tip of the iceberg” of a massive and unseen flow of migrants at Mexico’s southern border from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, said a high-ranking appointee in the incoming administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. ”

    http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/border-baja-california/sd-me-mexico-immigration-20181111-story.html

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  23. This is why we’ll lose.

    – Love is a battlefield for husband, wife who fought side by side in Iraq –

    ” Honeymooning soldiers conceive baby on battlefield… ”

    https://nypost.com/2018/11/10/love-is-a-battlefield-for-husband-wife-who-fought-side-by-side-in-iraq/

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  24. Much of the imagery linked from the original post is neither informative nor funny.

    No, Putin and Trump are not buddies. However, Trump understands that Putin is working on furthering Russia’s interest as he, Putin, defines them, AND VICE VERSA. Thus they have mutual respect and understanding of sorts.

    But look carefully at the first picture. Trump’s smile is ambiguous; not really a friendly smile, it is bordering on a smirk. I get the “here Putin comes, and he thinks he can fool me – but he cannot” feeling about Trump’s smile.

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  25. God bless Donald Trump. He switches from on point business man, leader and tactician to the persona of a mischievous 5 year who just stole a cookie and his mum hasn’t found out yet. That smile is almost better than the unrestrained joy that Clearence Thomas had at the Kavaugh inauguration.
    But good on him for making friends with the one man on earth that has the power to turn the earth into a radioactive glowing creator. Now if only the 2 of them can band together and do something about Saudi Barbaria hmmm🤔

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  26. “She’s got you shaking like a Frenchman in a thunderstorm”
    -al bundy

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  27. “akin to a Western Warsaw Pact, as nationalist (read: sane) countries like Poland, Hungary, Italy, Finland, Russia, and the US ally against Globohomo”

    lolollz. I love it. ‘Globohomo’ needs to be proliferated to generation z. I’m going to make some memes and start using this to counter shitlibs when they talk shit about America first or nationalism.

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  28. Except US won’t be on the right team absent Trump using the military.

    We’re surrounded by true believers and niggers who vote. We can barely beat an openly gun grabbing communist female ape nigger for governor in the south. Trump won’t even win 2020. We have 2 years left. Each state has an average of 900,000 nigger votes for Democrat. Look at the results.

    42 million “refugees” already here weighing us down.

    In 80 years there will be no knowledge of western civilization.

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  29. Lol.Wtf Poland and Russia?hahahaha …Who was “the strong antiglobalist leader” again?Putin? Putin who turned Moscow in a horrible muslim shithole? Putin’s opposition number 1 is Navalny-a proponent of visas and border controls with muslim Central asian stans ,separation from Caucasian chiefdoms. Putin- the dictator of a country with economy size of Spain and average salary smaller thn in Romania (the poorest EU state) and homicide levels higher than of Haiti (just google it)?

    I think you are just poorly informed.

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  30. I love Trump

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  31. Generation Z will save Italy too, it seems: https://twitter.com/Michael_Heaver/status/1061226104021831680

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  32. Greetings from Finland, Mr. Heartiste.

    I’ve been reading American dissident blogs, including this one, for several years in order to understand, what’s going on at that side of the Atlantic. Mainstream media in Western European countries are simply mindlessly parroting whatever nonsense New York Times and CNN come up with, so they are utterly useless in this regard. While these dissidents often offer useful insights, many of them seem to be too quick to jump to conclusions, especially concerning what’s happening in Europe. (To be fair, most Europeans don’t have a very nuanced understanding of America either.)

    For example, in Finland the Winter War and stopping the Soviet grand offensive in the summer of 1944 are still among the most fundamental building blocks of national identity. Even nowadays, when there aren’t many veterans alive anymore, this David and Goliath story has a significant emotional appeal for most people. We also still have universal conscription, and it’s pretty fucking clear for everyone serving in the army that we aren’t afraid of Norwegians invading our country. So the idea of Russian threat is still something pretty tangible for most Finns, and the idea that they could see Russia as any sort of ally is just downright absurd. Sure, we can pragmatically cooperate with them when it’s useful for both sides, but Russia will nevertheless be seen primarily as a threat for decades if not for centuries to come, and in countries which actually had to live under the Soviet occupation this feeling is probably even stronger. And the whole Ukrainian mess sure as hell didn’t make anyone feel less suspicious of the Russkies.

    Now, judging by your reply to a comment above you seem to understand this, but I don’t know where did you get the idea that Finland is among the countries currently fighting against the “Globohomo”. The reality is quite the opposite. Like during the Cold War when Finland had to balance between the Eastern and Western blocs, its situation is again quite unique. In most Western European countries both the cultural marxist undermining of the foundations of society and the population replacement began already in the 60s and 70s, whereas in the former Eastern bloc countries both developments were stopped before they even seriously got underway. In Finland both really started only in the 90s, so while Finland is currently following the same path as rest of the Western Europe, we are few decades behind them, and that may very well end up saving us from the most disastrous consequences of this globalist ideology.

    Our current political establishment is full of shitlibs and cuckservatives, to use the American terms, who are hellbent on following every whim of the Brussel’s Politbyro, but as I explained above there is still a healthy sense of patriotism among the hoi polloi, and most people are opposed to the mass immigration from shithole countries. Unfortunately, for most people immigration is not the most urgent question when they go to the voting booth, since the number of immigrants is still relatively small compared to Western European countries. Merkel’s insane decision to open the floodgates three years ago did wake up many people (including me) and made them realize that mass immigration from the third world is not just an idiotic policy but an existential threat, but not enough people.

    So when it comes to cultural marxist indoctrination and levels of third world immigration, in the 80s Finland was basically where Poland is today (both were close to nonexistent). However today Finland is pretty much where Sweden was in the 90s. Both are starting to have serious consequences, but we are still in a position, where we can stop this lunacy before it destroys the whole country.

    Fortunately, both the domestic political situation in Finland and the international environment today are very different compared to Sweden in the 90s. In the 90s the globalist ideology achieved a hegemonic position all over the West, and in those halcyon days the shitlibs and cuckservatives triumphantly assumed that there was no alternative to their worldview. Now their ideology is as moribund as Soviet communism under Brezhnev, and they are in full panic mode because of the rising tide of nationalism. This of course helps nationalist politicians here in Finland, and thanks to the internet, more and more people are seeing what a disaster mass immigration has been in Western Europe, whereas in the 90s the main stream media would have been able to sweep most of that information under the carpet.

    And unlike in Sweden few decades ago, there is also already a viable alternative to the establishment in the form of the Finns party. They started as an all round populist party attacking especially the EU and the general unimaginative blandness of the consensus politics of the establishment parties, but immigration critics also joined the party and used it as a vehicle to make immigration a part of the political discussion. Under the leadership of Timo Soini the party managed to win about 19 % of the votes in the elections of 2011 and about 18 % in 2015, which thoroughly shocked the establishment parties and the main stream media.

    However, there was always a tension between those loyal to Soini, who is really just a common snake oil salesman, and the immigration critics in the party. After the 2015 elections the Finns party became part of the government, and when the “asylum seekers”, who had traveled through the whole Europe, started pouring into Finland from Sweden in the autumn, the party was in a position to demand the government to close the border and let the Swedes enjoy all that cultural enrichment. But Soini did nothing, because he was too afraid to lose his comfy post as the foreign minister, and so 30 000 Muslim invaders simply marched into the country, most of whom are still mooching here. After this betrayal the support of the party collapsed, and it was clear to everyone, that Soini was nothing but an opportunistic piece of shit. In the 2017 Party convention leader of the immigration critics, Jussi Halla-aho, was chosen as the chairman of the party, which led supporters of Soini to leave the party and found their own. This earned Soini the nickname Judas Soini.

    While this farce was hardly good publicity for the party, in the long run it was a good thing, because the spineless traitors are now out of the way, and under the new leadership the party has now a clear direction and stopping immigration is their most important goal. According to the polls the support of the party after the split has been steadily around 8–9 %. This is the hard core of the supporters, who think immigration is the most important political question of the day, but the party has potential to gain much more support. Halla-aho is a very intelligent and principled guy who started his political career as a blogger and is known for his sardonic mockery of the multiculturalist ideology. He is really the first internet age politician in the country. He has of course been dragged through the mud in the media for years and called every possible -ist and -phobe, so he has grown a very thick skin and definitely won’t cuck like Soini. However repairing the reputation of the party after all that’s happened during the last few years will take some time. There are elections next spring, and I would guess they are going to get something between 10–15 % of the votes. Not enough to change the course of the country, but enough to be a constant thorn in the side of the establishment. If the party doesn’t screw up, I think in 2023 there’s a real chance that Halla-aho will be the prime minister or at least the interior minister, and if that happens, then you can really count Finland among the based countries that oppose the evil schemes of the globalist cabal.

    And given the principal subject matter of this blog, I think it’s appropriate to mention that while Halla-aho looks like a pencil necked nerd, he has four kids with his wife and one with his former concubine, so the guy is a real alpha in disguise. I guess razor sharp intelligence can supplant the missing muscle mass.

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  33. fiat money

    Not necessarily a bad thing. All depends on what backs it up. And who controls it.

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  34. Why Finland? The ruling parties opened the borders for the Iraqi hordes. I guess anything after those arrogant Somalis is an improvement.

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