Our English correspondent Seneca III wraps up the year from an Anglocentric perspective.
2019: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning?
by Seneca III
It has been a fascinating year all round as in so many ways prevailing ideological and political dams cracked and started to leak once the sacred cows from which they had been constructed began to be herded towards metaphorical slaughterhouses weeping and squealing. Some of these sacred cows I will itemise below.
First, though, and surprisingly after so many years of censorship and suppression, it is now observable that the public and private commentariat — particularly in the UK where the protections of a First Amendment do not exist — have regained confidence in themselves, lost their fear of persecution and prosecution for speaking truth to power and in ever larger numbers loudly iterate the obvious and the previously unsayable. It is possible that they have subliminally realised the strength that there is to be found in numbers.
To continue: As the mutative process of non-existent ‘Global Warming’ evolved first into ‘Climate Change’ and then, as it became apparent that more and more of the educated and sane public at large refused to buy into this iniquitous project, its self-serving constructors desperately reconstructed the prevailing meme and delivered it as the form of hysteria labelled ‘Climate Emergency’ only to be derided further after the contrived appearance of a sixteen-year-old autistic child programmed to pollute the minds of a generation of young children whilst being paraded as an icon of salvation fell flat on its face.
She, Greta Thunberg, so inadvertently made the pragmatic “deniers’” point for them that I wonder at her promoters’ understanding of the history and inevitable consequences of such schemes. And I further muse on the fate of Jeanne d’Arc who from a similar young age was used by ambitious manipulators, and who also had ‘visions in the night’ for which she was first publicly venerated and later burned at the stake at the age of nineteen — not that I would wish that on the poor psychologically damaged child Thunberg, but I would have no objection to that becoming the fate of her parents and her other beneficial handlers.
Next: Mass migration from a failed third world — which could not provide for its heaving masses because of a low collective IQ, endemic kleptocracy, unremitting primitivism and a consequent inability to develop a workable socio-economic model that could supply at least the basic needs of its population — was more and more publicly recognized as the primary threat to survival by indigenous populations throughout the West. What had previously been a truth that did not dare declare its name now became a noisy rallying point for the frustrated victims whose lives and fortunes were being torn asunder on a rack of multicultural barbarism.
On the sidelines: The fightback against the petulant driveling of ‘academics’ began to take a stronger hold later in the year, but has only barely begun if it is ever to be effective. The cascade of socio-destructive propaganda being pumped out by Western universities these days is catastrophic: cisgenderism, transgenderism, heteronormativity, intersectionality, patriarchy, rape culture, racism, diversity, affirmative action, enrichment and toxic whiteness to mention but a few… a suppurating collection of ideological garbage that is infecting the minds of a whole generation of young people, perhaps several generations. This imposition of academia’s collective moral misconceptions inculcated and taught as a form of ‘knowledge’ based on their subjective sense of ethics is classic brainwashing. These smug, sinecured, so well-funded architects of this assault on the human mind deserve neither mercy nor magnanimity. It is imperative that henceforth they be denied all access to young minds and cast out into the real world to earn a living as best they can… if they can’t then so be it, and let them starve, for they no longer serve any useful purpose.
From the gutter: The tiny number of highly vocal moral infants of the deviant transgender movement with their outrageous claims to entitlements is so out of all proportion to their size and importance in the great scheme of things it is breathtaking. That their demands for preferential treatment at others’ expense and for our mindless deference to the dogma of their sick cult are an insult to human intelligence. They are being seen for what they are and a faint pushback is on the wind as we approach the end of this year. Perhaps 2020 will see that wind become a veritable gale. The arrival of that gale is important because of one simple fact — this insane concept is destroying generations of young children: The number of 13-year-olds referred to the NHS’s gender-identity service rose by 30 per cent on the previous year, while the number of 11-year-olds was up by 28 per cent. The youngest patients were just three years old. Three-quarters of all children seeking help to change their gender are girls.
Of serious concern: In the UK and elsewhere military readiness and effectiveness have been sacrificed on the altar of identity politics and progressive rhetoric. Some examples are the policies that established ‘safe spaces’ (and prayer times/places for Muslims), downgraded physical standards in order to meet female quotas, prohibited ‘micro-aggressions’ (whatever they may be), affirmative-actioned recruiting, and introduced operationally detrimental ‘green’ standards. Pointless ‘social justice’ guidelines were injected into training regimes, promotion policies and the general conduct of military operations. This diminution of our defensive abilities does not bode well for us in the light of the ultimate objectives of the ongoing and fast-growing Islamic occupation. That diminution must be reversed post-haste if we are to remain a free, sovereign nation.
Finally: One thing that only briefly popped its head above the dialectic parapet this year and then quickly backed down out of sight again was the subject of the global human population explosion. To my mind this is the major threat facing us in the years ahead because it has arrived perhaps a century too early to be sustainable. This small, rocky planet orbiting a G3 type star in an outer arm of a minor galaxy has but limited resources; they are finite and ultimately expendable, and at that point our species will have reached an evolutionary turning point… or a dead end.
Perhaps if this event happened decades or even centuries in the future when we have found ways to economically lift significant mass out of a gravity well and propel it outwards towards potential new habitats, possibly even in genetically modified human forms able to survive in alien environments, then the effects of this exponential expansion of our species would be minimised.
As it is and as the limits of our current combined technological and food-producing abilities will inevitably be reached we will have to either rapidly change our breeding habits or settle for huge pockets of global mass extinctions where for any survivors an existence, much as the majority of our immediate ancestors experienced three to four hundred years ago teetering on the edge of a subsistence lifestyle and living from day to day, is perhaps the best that can be hoped for.
— Seneca III, in an overpopulated, gridlocked and increasingly enriched Middle England this last day of the year of our Lord 2019.
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