An Autumnal Interlude

I returned late last night from a three-day weekend at an undisclosed (and rustic) location in Quebec. It was more of a retreat than a conference, and there was no agenda as such. A group of like-minded “red-pilled” people simply got together at a picturesque rural venue to eat, drink, and talk.

This enjoyable occasion enabled me to make contact with people I hadn’t seen face-to-face in a long time, and I also met some folks that I’d only known previously through their videos or in email and skype exchanges. I’m a severe introvert, so meeting new people is hard, but it seemed easier when their faces were so familiar from watching Vlad’s videos.

Some of the material that was discussed over the weekend will be made public in due course, and I’ll post it when it becomes available.

It was the last gasp of summer weather in those latitudes. I hail from a southern clime, so when the sun wasn’t shining it felt quite cold by my standards. I stayed inside a lot of the time, but some of the hardier folk from Canada and Europe actually went swimming. They said the water was warmer than the air.

The temperature was 82°F (28°C) when I stepped off the plane last night in Virginia, and it felt WONDERFUL.

I came in too late to post a news feed, but I’m in the process of extracting a lot of items from the email backlog to make an extra-large news feed for tonight.

4 thoughts on “An Autumnal Interlude

  1. Welcome back!
    Meanwhile, in the Moscow region.

    Four eighth-graders (about 14 years old) at a school in Podolsk detained a 36-year-old Tajik man who showed schoolgirls their nude picture. The man has terrified children since September 3.

    A Tajik began to chase three schoolgirls who were coming from the store. The girls ran into the schoolyard – the maniac, without any fear, went in there. One of the girls took the situation into her own hands, ran up to the eighth-graders and scaredly told what had happened. The guys boldly approached the Tajik, and he pretended that he didn’t understand anything, tried to get away and headed back towards the chain store. There, eighth-graders drove a man to the 2nd floor, surrounded and held until the arrival of the police.

    This is the second time. Recently in Mytishchi there was a similar incident, but with an Uzbek.

    A crowd of children drove a pedophile around Mytishchi

    Pupils in Mytishchi near Moscow detained a wanted criminal. A citizen of Uzbekistan did not hide his interest in girls: he watched them and molested. The guys drove the alleged pedophile around the neighborhood as a whole crowd. Already adults helped to twist it.

  2. We need to get organized, as the enders of Western Civilization are all-too-well organized. Good for you for making the trip.

    Any hints on how we can mount a more robust defense in our local Op areas?

  3. Glad to see you’re back and hope you had an enjoyable respite from the never ending conflict that we seem engaged in. Please know that for many readers throughout the world, GoV is one our first reading pleasures of the day (or anytime therein). Your work is vital and greatly appreciated.

  4. Autumn Leaves by Jacques Prévert

    The falling leaves drift by my window
    The falling leaves of red and gold
    I see your lips, the summer kisses
    The sun-burned hands I used to hold

    Since you went away the days grow long
    And soon I’ll hear old winter’s song
    But I miss you most of all my darling
    When autumn leaves start to fall

    Since you went away the days grow long
    And soon I’ll hear old winter’s song
    But I miss you most of all my darling
    When autumn leaves start to fall

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