I have my political view. A rightist view. So if you love political correctness and mass immigration and hate traditions and ideas of ethnicity, stop reading.
I normally think of myself as a man of the right. But that may be misleading. I'm no parlamentarian rightist, no Liberal Democrat, no mere market economy worshiper. I'm a radical rightist with a hard stance against immigration, with ideals rooted in my traditional heritage and my Christian religion. I'm also kinda anti-USA. The war in Libya was rigged as far as I'm concerned. It's a war for oil. The US makes war only to boost its own economy, forget that "peace and democracy"-bullshit.
And my point is, opinions like the one on USA was until recently leftist. So the right-left-dichotomy might have run its course. Maybe I'll just label myself RADICAL, that could do, if labels are to be used at all. Essentially I'm me, I'm free. I'm Svensson.
Anyhoo, the question of labeling the Real Right was up on the webzine Alternative Right some months ago. Agreeing that the concept "conservative" has lost its lustre new concepts were sought out and threwn around in the brainstorm were:
. radical traditionalism
. la droite (fr.)
. a man of the right
These concepts seem formally OK. But they are a bit awkward to the tongue, being hard to pronounce. "Reactionary" though has a good overall ring to it. We react, we're not just mere PC pod people. When faced with reality we don't just come up with the Leftist Vacant Stare, no, we react and act accordingly, checking it with our opinions and, if necessary, readjust our opinions. The die hard left on the other hand never seems to be bothered by reality. "If the map disagrees with the terrain, follow the map" is the leftist creed.
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I often surf on the internet. Sometimes I find sentences worth saving. So I do that. Save for what? Well you know, to write posts for the blog. So here follows some random observations, based on things I've written down after surfing. Topic: rightish.
”Russian nationality is not about blood but about spirit.” – Thus said Alexander Solzhenitsyn in ”The Russian Question At The End Of The Twentieth Century”, 1995. Well, you could say that if you're not faced with mass immigration. If you are, then blood becomes important. So as a gentleman I'd like to agree with Mr. Solzhenitsyn but since we today in Sweden have about 100 000 non-European immigrants per year (see this English language Swedish blog), then you have to defend your country on ethnic principles. Blood matters. So Swedish nationality is primary about blood. I could accept some smaller quota of immigrants, if they are ready to learn the language fast, work for their living and don't deal in crimes as they often do now.
Blod matters, ethnicity is important. Sweden could never have fulfilled its cultural and historical heritage with a creole population.
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You find witty comments on the net. Like, As for now, all that is Left is the Right…
Or: Public school is ”a cultural Marxist Skinner box”…
Re education, they say that the Academy of today has become a ”Cathedral of Cthulhu”, a PC-influenced, taboo-ridden nightmare of an ideology factory. Very apt.
More witticisms: ”They” have put electric PC dog collars on us...
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Recently I found these facts. Maybe it was in a book by Nesta Webster, the early 20th century conspiracy historian. As for her outlook she was a wee bit Victorian, a bit middle-of-the-road, common senseish. In comparing Freemasonry in England and France e. g. she said that the English variant was Sound and Good, the continental variety Suspect and Occult. But I'd say it's all the same sick quagmire of sex cults and satanism. Oh well. - The facts I wrote down was about NIHILISM, the prime enemy of our culture. "Nothing matters", "we're all gonna die anyway" is what leads many people on in their destruction of the West and its values. Mrs Webster for her part noted that nihilism philosophically can mean two things:
1) to deny all absolute truth [which is a new ageish thought in some circles] 2) rejecting all traditional moral and religion
Then Mrs Webster said, politically nihilism can mean:
1) destroy all social, economic and political institutions to make way for The New (Russian movement Nihilism 1860-1917, terror and murder) 2) the use of terror
And by the way nihilism has a long history. The agenda of a certain Jacob Frank, born 1726 in Poland, was Rejecting The Ten Commandments and Christ. I guess that Mr. Frank was of The People That Are Not To Be Chritisized, those dear Levantine fellows, but I may be wrong, Then of course nihilism got under way with Ludwig Weishaupt in the late 18th century. He infiltrated the Freemasons with his nihilist agenda, like atheism, materialism, rebellion for the sake of rebellion, world government, rejection of family values and so on. Today his ideas are commonly held among society's elites, be they Freemasons or not. But not the people, thank God; ordinary people still believe in God or some transcendental force, they believe in family and decency, even though the ideals of materialism and atheism are pumped out 24/7 in the mainstream media..
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As intimated I sometimes read Alternative Right. One commenter in the post "No Horisontal Way Out" said this clever thing: "Christianity and islam inherited the earth. The modern secular-liberal upper classes are not replacing themselves. religious people are." So, we're winning, eh...? I sometimes think we're in for grim times but then, at the end of the day, I always tend to think, "Hey, this PC shit can't go on. It might seem strong today but so did the Soviet Union too before the fall. So f-ck all that, fuck today's extreme consensus. Fuck art, let's dance! There's still time to have fun, to play and write goofy stories, tell jokes and all these other things that will always be human pastimes. The radical policies of today, the EXTREME official policies of mass immigration and anti-traditionalism has gotten me to rise from my recliner and say NO. Then, having done that, it's important not to lose your original good humour, your creativity and non-political playfulness, your singing skills and painting skills and ability to enjoy the moment for its own sake.
So, in all, there might be hard times ahead, mighty convulsions when the PC system comes down and the materalistic world crumbles in war and famine and whatnot. But in the end decency, fairness and humanity will prevail. We're the sound ones, The Powers That Be are the extremists.
Great 22-minute video hosted by William Lind, "The History of Political Correctness"
Majorityrights, an Excellent British Site for the Radical Right
Top 5 Conspiracy Strategies
A picture from downtown Härnösand, just to show you how green it is