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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Compassion is not a virtue

The Manchester bombings, like the Battle of Adrianople and the unconstitutional anti-BDS laws in the United States, demonstrate why refugees should never be permitted to enter or settle in a civilized country.
The Manchester suicide bomber was rescued by the Navy from war-torn Libya three years before his pop concert atrocity, the Mail reveals today. HMS Enterprise plucked Salman Abedi, then 19, from the Libyan coast and took him to Malta for a flight home to Britain in August 2014.

Last May he set off a bomb in Manchester Arena that killed 22, including seven children.

Abedi’s younger brother, Hashem, who is in jail in Tripoli facing trial over the attack, was also rescued by HMS Enterprise.  The presence of the Abedi brothers among the 110 evacuees from Libya in 2014 was confirmed by family friends in Libya. One said: ‘They were sent together by the Royal Navy to Malta.’
They also demonstrate the utter foolishness of giving citizenship to foreigners practicing alien religions. Even the Muslim countries don't permit their fellow Muslims to settle in their nations, so why should the West do so?

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Blogger Sherwood family July 31, 2018 4:45 AM  

The Stranger

The Stranger within my gate,
He may be true or kind,
But he does not talk my talk--
I cannot feel his mind.
I see the face and the eyes and the mouth,
But not the soul behind.

The men of my own stock,
They may do ill or well,
But they tell the lies I am wanted to,
They are used to the lies I tell;
And we do not need interpreters
When we go to buy or sell.

The Stranger within my gates,
He may be evil or good,
But I cannot tell what powers control--
What reasons sway his mood;
Nor when the Gods of his far-off land
Shall repossess his blood.

The men of my own stock,
Bitter bad they may be,
But, at least, they hear the things I hear,
And see the things I see;
And whatever I think of them and their likes
They think of the likes of me.

This was my father's belief
And this is also mine:
Let the corn be all one sheaf--
And the grapes be all one vine,
Ere our children's teeth are set on edge
By bitter bread and wine.

Rudyard Kipling

Chesterton's fence bids us think about what prior generations put in place, including taboos, rather than just dispensing with them without understanding how they got there in the first place. Kipling reminds us of the "why" of some of these things.

Blogger Bob Loblaw July 31, 2018 5:02 AM  

The Abedi brothers shuttled back and forth between Manchester and Tripoli because their parents – Ramadan and Samia – had returned to Libya.

Ramadan is thought to have gone back in time for the 2011 revolution, allegedly fighting against the Gaddafi regime with the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.


Who could have imagined the son of a Libyan jihadist would make trouble in the UK? Can't blame the government for missing that - could happen to anyone.

Blogger MAethelflaed July 31, 2018 5:16 AM  

The recent (fortunately incompetent) Tube bomber was a "child refugee" as well, placed in the care of a nice, Guardian-reading white couple who were utterly baffled that he could have done such a thing. Apparently it's a waste of time volunteering to foster in London these days, as even if you don't get rejected at an early stage for wrongthink, you're likely to be lumbered with a bearded "17-year-old" either planning jihad or just playing the system for free stuff.

I remember back at the start of what the media was still calling the "Syrian refugee crisis", Nigel Farage predicted that terrorists would come here in the guise of refugees. He was widely ridiculed, called racist, islamophobic, alarmist. Funnily enough, I haven't heard any of those people apologise or admit he was right all along...

And these are just the major terrorist attacks that were too big to be swept under the carpet. We are not told who is responsible for most of the more everyday stabbings, rammings, acid attacks, etc., though it usually isn't difficult to guess.

Blogger Sherwood family July 31, 2018 5:19 AM  

They have to go back. But who will send them? And when?

Blogger Duke Norfolk July 31, 2018 6:01 AM  

It's all so bloody obvious, I don't even know what to say anymore. It's maddening!

Blogger Don't Call Me Len July 31, 2018 6:10 AM  

Denying our pelagic pals all that free fresh fish food seems very cruel and speciesist. Where's the PETA outcry in this case?

Blogger Resident Moron™ July 31, 2018 6:15 AM  

It’s also deliberate.

If we submit to having our national civilization and culture destroyed then those who want to rule us have succeeded in dividing us.

If we clamor for restrictive laws and prohibitions then our rulers are also happy.

Given how many of your fellow citizens are still adamantly in favor of continuing this insanity, how confident can you be their ultimate “solution” to the problems it has caused wont be easily exploitable by our political shyster class?

That’s a word of caution, not defeatism. You have to understand who and what you’re dealing with if you want to deal with it effectively.

Our political class are corrupt cynical opportunistic ateseholes. They will always seek to turn everything to their advantage.

Death is the only thing they haven’t managed to subvert. Therein lies a clue.

Blogger Miguel July 31, 2018 6:31 AM  

Its because our (((fellow whites))) seduced our leaders to work for our ethnic and religious replacement. And we foolishly vote for the foxes who promiss us everything for free.

Blogger yoghi.llama July 31, 2018 6:44 AM  

Death is the only thing they haven’t managed to subvert.

It's not for want of trying by the legalize euthanasia movement.

Plenty of statheist Boomers want a bonfire of the elderly, and say it's compassionate.

Blogger VoodooJock July 31, 2018 6:50 AM  

"Flight home to Great Britain"?

Disingeneous lot these globojournalists are. GB is not his home. Libya is. He needs to go back. By Herc. Without a chute.

Blogger CarpeOro July 31, 2018 7:47 AM  

A bit tangential, but a recent LA Times piece cites the celebration of St. Trayvon and Ferguson. Refers to Zimmerman as the white separatist icon.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/la-et-st-trayvon-martin-review-20180730-story.html#

Blogger Sherwood family July 31, 2018 7:55 AM  

I'd be all about a bonfire of the elderly so long as it was the Boomer elderly. Using their collective mass to generate the steam for some kind of power plant might be the most useful purpose some of that miserable generation may ever serve.

NABALT, etc. but for the rank and file of them serving as human fuel might be a chance to atone for some of their offences against previous and subsequent generations.

Blogger Avalanche July 31, 2018 8:02 AM  

@10 "Libya is. He needs to go back. By Herc. Without a chute."

So, I got a visual of him on the Herc's back drop-deck, refusing to go over the edge -- followed by a triumphal visual of him with his hands tied behind his back and, a black hood over his head, being tossed outs -- seen too many photos of them tossing their "enemies" off the roof. Fitting (beginning to a fitting) end.

Blogger basementhomebrewer July 31, 2018 8:05 AM  

CarpeOro wrote:A bit tangential, but a recent LA Times piece cites the celebration of St. Trayvon and Ferguson. Refers to Zimmerman as the white separatist icon.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/la-et-st-trayvon-martin-review-20180730-story.html#



They will get away with it because they are just "reporting" what is said in the "documentary". Based on their description, it sounds like the documentary edited the 911 tapes in the same way that CBS was found to have done. CBS lost a lawsuit to Zimmerman over that if I recall correctly. Zimmerman needs to file another lawsuit against the makers of this documentary because it sounds like they pushed everything farther.

Blogger English Tom July 31, 2018 8:52 AM  

@Carpeoro

Zimmermann as a white separatist icon.

How shameless are these race-baiting media scum?

Blogger English Tom July 31, 2018 8:56 AM  

An I ferreting thing about the Abedi family is that the father is alleged to have close ties with MI6.

It is simply amazing that In EVERY terror attack the perps are always known to the authorities and that an eye was being kept on them and suddenly they've committed a hideous atrocity.

Nothing is ever what it seems. And yes, they have to go back.

Blogger English Tom July 31, 2018 8:56 AM  

I ferreting = interesting

Blogger pnq8787 July 31, 2018 9:23 AM  

"Rule, Britannia!
Britannia, rule the waves.
Britons never, never, never shall be slaves."

Oh the irony.

I'm so glad the navy is there to "protect" us.

Blogger Peter Gent July 31, 2018 10:05 AM  

basementhomebrewer wrote:CarpeOro wrote...They will get away with it because they are just "reporting" what is said in the "documentary". Based on their description, it sounds like the documentary edited the 911 tapes in the same way that CBS was found to have done. CBS lost a lawsuit to Zimmerman over that if I recall correctly. Zimmerman needs to file another lawsuit against the makers of this documentary because it sounds like they pushed everything farther.
English Tom wrote:@Carpeoro
Zimmermann as a white separatist icon.

Too bad he is such a sad and narcissistic human being. He has a very bad rep at the gun stores/shooting range he frequents in Daytona Beach. No one there can stand him and they all think he is an asshole and royal pain.

Blogger English Tom July 31, 2018 10:31 AM  

Re: Zimmermann's 911 call. The media cut out the part where the police controller asked him to ID the race of the perp (St Trayvon PBUH) to make it seem as though Zimmermann was the one bringing it up. Goddamn the (((media))) and their push for race war.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella July 31, 2018 11:22 AM  

The last time I wrote anything about the coming blue collar insurrection the usual question was about the surveillance state. I don't live there, so I don't know how much of it is something that simply lives in your head.

But first: MSM is a gaslighting operation. Everyone who does something criminal against an individual is shown as a super-genius of diabolical foresight and planning. No serial killer on TV is shown as a twitchy, odd fellow with bad breath. Every political plotter who is Muslim is shown as heroic, idealistic, in fabulous physical shape. Every white insurrectionist is shown as short-sighted, lacking in virtues like self-control, absent of family, deformed, sexually frustrated, and kind of nuts. Maybe IRA bombers are like that. I don't know.

When they show families whose children have been preyed upon by authority figures, the father just sort of weeps on camera, says a few naughty words, and then his wife comforts him ineffectually. No one ever takes decisive steps like some Italians just did.

The Protestant Revolution was selective in which monasteries it burned down- the ones with the most homosexual activity were burned to the ground. I had to piece that together from reading in feminist history and gay history.

So, first off, there are books on how to fight a war, how to fight an insurgency, how to conquer. Most of them are cleverly disguised by TPTB as old, dusty, boring Latin classics that no one should bother reading. Ceasar's memoirs are in crummily printed paperbacks. Rewrite them, so you know what you are reading. It's useful to know that women and children died at Alesia, for instance. Orwell, writing about the all-powerful state- was always on the lefty-loser side. He doesn't know how to responsibly govern anything.

The Decline and Fall of Rome is cracking fast reading. It's mostly about wars, with servile, backstabbing politicans going about selling out their people in every possible way.

One of the big things I got out of it is that Jews and pagans and slave raiders are very comfortable trying to kill off emperors to get their way with an innocent, helpless population. Then they lie afterwards: The Blue and Green Nike Riots weren't over sportsball: one side had Christians, the other had slave traders. The Emperor crucified leaders of both sides, then rewrote the laws for justice.

Anyway: Sun Tzu, enemy knowledge- start figuring out who is surveilling, who is stealing your children. I'd say encourage as many mothers as possible to learn nursing. Alder Hey killed a child on camera and then lied about it in real time.

Second: you have cameras. You also have a film industry that alters actors appearances for high res camera work. The makeup and body modification stuff is all for sale on the open market. The tattoo docs show people covering their entire bodies to hide tattoos. It seems obvious that a white Englishman could use the tactics George Washington used: dress up like your ferals to go about your guerrilla warfare. I mean, your near moron violent welfare cases have figured out baggy clothing, hoodies, and reflective sunglasses as a disguise. It's all cheap, abundant stuff.

I mean, most insurrections that failed tried to get rid of nobles and royals. You like your aristocrats. You don't like your welfare leeches and invaders. I can't quite see anyone stopping an insurrection if it's a restoration of order. The Japanese did it. We don't report it as a good thing b/c Christians were the invaders, but it worked for them.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella July 31, 2018 11:28 AM  

Having said all that, it's not a Breivik situation, if you want to win: I don't know how you change public opinion, except figure out how to copy those who have figured out how to lead you to your suicide. Apparently, near naked underwear models on page two can persuade anyone of anything on pages 1, 3-the end.

Peace, unity, self-governance, takes practice. In America, that was done through church groups, Sunday school classes, and councils of cousins, more or less. It took a century of practice, or more. Scholars who look at peaceful New England now, are shocked at how upfront, bumptious and contentious the original settlers were in their pursuits and group activities. I mean, seriously- a court case over a bodkin ( a blunt sewing needle)pursued by all the families involved.

It's why I like online gaming and the chans. Ya'll are learning to deal with each other.

Blogger DonReynolds July 31, 2018 11:32 AM  

There must be a point where "compassion" or the need to signal your "virtue" becomes foolish indifference to the cost and other consequences. Most particularly, when being nice to someone who is otherwise your enemy, costs the lives (and property) (and future) of many times more of your own people.

In the infantry, we seldom saw such foolishness. We knew that the enemy is a mad dog and even when badly wounded, would still do his (or her) utmost to harm Americans. Dispatch them. If you want to be "nice", leave them behind when you move out, but only with the thought you may see them again later.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener July 31, 2018 11:33 AM  

No one could have seen this coming, though.

Blogger English Tom July 31, 2018 11:39 AM  

@Ariadne umbrella

Re: surveillance state.

An insurgency/insurrection today would be fraught with difficulties based on the technological advances the state can command. Check out:

Google's selfish ledger.

Wide area surveillance (this is their killer app!).

Also check out anonymousconservative.com for some very interesting blogs about surveillance (there are many pages, read them all).

Level9news on YouTube has some good stuff on AI and surveillance.

Truthstream media on YouTube.

Blogger Gen. Kong July 31, 2018 11:41 AM  

Zimmermann as a white separatist icon.

How shameless are these race-baiting media scum?


Peruvian octaroons are now "white separatists". Zimmermann was always a faithful party-member (D-jersey) too. The holy martyrs Sts. Skittles and Swisher the Sweet were thugs. Is that shameless enough for you? As an aside, note the total lack of support for Zimmermann from La raza? Why, it's almost as if La raza et al are taking orders from someone else... imagine that. Probably their (((fellow hispanics))).

Journalist + Rope + Tree. Some assembly required.

Blogger English Tom July 31, 2018 11:45 AM  

@Gen Kong

Re: defining white separatists

Obviously, as we're in the post-truth society, definitional flexibility is highly desirous (especially when it serves an (((agenda)))).

Blogger DonReynolds July 31, 2018 11:53 AM  

Sherwood family wrote:They have to go back. But who will send them? And when?

I expect many of them will send themselves back ....or at least elsewhere, which is just as good.
They will do so because the only other alternative is the certainty of being buried here, much sooner than necessary.

Self-deportation becomes entirely rational and sensible when the alternative is certain and much worse. They will act to save their own oily hide, while they still have the ability to make that choice.

Blogger seeingsights July 31, 2018 12:15 PM  

On a related note, the U.K. took in no Syrian Christians in the first three months of this year.
https://www.premier.org.uk/News/UK/No-Christians-among-1-112-Syrian-refugees-resettled-in-UK
That is by design. Those importing people want a certain type that will further their agendas.

Blogger Ingemar July 31, 2018 12:39 PM  

I wouldn't say don't take in refugees EVER. China apparently has taken in a token amount of refugees but did the smart thing and kept the number extremely small and segregated them in shitty parts of the country where they can't do any damage; also they treat them with the same amount of loving compassion China is historically known for (i.e. none).

In the case of the EU and Britain stopping refugee flows *yesterday* is the MINIMUM necessary action. To put the cherry on top, as you deport these locusts, tell them "You're afraid of your war torn homeland? We don't give cash and prizes for cowardice."

Blogger Bobiojimbo July 31, 2018 12:53 PM  

@Sherwood family

We will have to send them back. When, I don't know.

Blogger MAethelflaed July 31, 2018 1:55 PM  

We should certainly have taken no Muslim refugees, not a single one. Maybe some white South African or Middle-Eastern Christian families.

Blogger S. Misanthrope July 31, 2018 3:21 PM  

It was NBC and Zimmerman lost.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella July 31, 2018 3:36 PM  

How do I put this? I'm not in England, so I won't do a "let's you and him fight." I'm trying to brainstorm resources so that at least some of ya'll can dream of not being completely helpless in the face of malignant politicos.

Like, Trump had his private security forces, Trump had Secret Service forces. The SS was compromised, apparently. His private forces got pointed out on social media. What no one else has really pointed out is that retired military men traveled on their own dime to his rallies to keep extra eyes on the situation. They weren't armed, that I know of, but they certainly radiated a military calmness zone on the crowds that they were dispersed in. They did this on their own, of their own free will, with their own resources, and of their own good sense: they saw hysterical, violent rioters endangering a good man, and they acted on their own. That, to me, is a very American thing to do. None of them asked for credit. They'd tell people what they were doing, online, and other men would 100 monkeys copy it. The riots around Trump rallies could have been exponentially worse than they were, except they had trained men keeping the calm. Not organized, so it could not be subverted.

Blogger Haxo Angmark July 31, 2018 3:45 PM  

"so why should the West do so"?

because the debt-bombing, political class-owning (((Central Bankers)))

insist.

Blogger CarpeOro July 31, 2018 3:51 PM  

@ Peter Gent
The point being that Zimmerman is actually Hispanic.... white separatists that can read past a name don't look at him as white.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella July 31, 2018 4:11 PM  

and, more to the point: online is a DARPA project. It's a military highway. It's exactly like a Roman road: as in, of course there are soldiers and spies on the road. Why on earth would you think online in a gamboling panda picnic of sweetness and light?

Having said that, I'd also like to point out that Christian missionaries, Orphic missionaries, various others, would walk on these roads, rent these boats, and make their case to people. Some of them died miserable deaths at the hands of the state. They died if they were encroaching on a weakened states' power.

What succeeded was face to face. No one started with insurrection. They started with caring for each other- medical care, sharing food, employment, prayers for dignity, rescuing infants. Think of all the prostitutes, harem girls, slaves, gladiators, widows, orphans, that shared with each other, encouraged each other, helped each other. They would memorize a page of the gospels, and a hymn or two, and a prayer, and that's it! They built their lives on small good things. Not disputations across all the books of the Bible, feuds with other theologians- that came much, much later.

That's why I'm saying start small: a Sunday school class. a nurses' education, a faithful marriage and safe family. A productive farm or factory. Those survive most purges. If you can't govern yourself, can't self-organize, what will you do when you win? Wander around like a sheep until a third rate tyrant forces you into Islam?

England was peaceful and most self-organized, even before the Romans arrived: that's what made it so precious a possession- an orderly, well-governed, good citizenry that could be tax-farmed w/o too many soldiers on the ground.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 31, 2018 5:25 PM  

@16
Yeah, his father was a "refugee" in the 90s -- from a Qaddafi crackdown on radical Islamist opposition. Rumored to have been involved in an MI6 assassination plot against Qaddafi. After receiving "asylum" in the UK, the senior Abedi worked as... an airport security guard. Seriously.

LIFG is an al Qaeda-affiliated Salafist group that fought the US in Iraq and Afghanistan -- and was a key element of the "moderate, democratic rebels" who overthrew Qaddafi. If you look at the State Dept. cables on wikileaks for the years prior to the invasion of Libya, you can see that State was pressuring Qaddafi to demonstrate the sincerity of his desire to make peace with them by releasing prominent opposition figures (mostly LIFG) from prison.

This is a recurring pattern. The same internationally-recruited radical Sunni (Salafist) groups serve variously as ZOG proxy armies overseas, Emmanuel Goldsteins to justify ZOG intervention abroad... and terrorist attackers in the West. The earliest example is probably mujahideen >> al Qaeda. Difficult to see this as a coincidence.

Blogger Unknown July 31, 2018 5:59 PM  

Kipling reminds us of the why...

Thank God for Rudyard Kipling. His literary talent was unquestionable. However, he was a largely faithless racialist xenophobe who never recognized the blind, insensible and terminal nature of British self-idolatry. He was ill-equipped to tell anybody 'why', other than why it's important to read and understand Scripture before tooting your horn.

Thank God for the horn of Jesus Christ. In Him we know all men are received and accepted on the basis of faith in Him alone.

A proper understanding of even basic Scripture would have raised Kipling's and his compatriot's souls from death to life. But alas, self-glory took their culture from the sublime to the ridiculous in a single generation. It's reminiscent of Israel worshipping their golden calves at the foot of Mt Sinai the very moment after God gave them the Ten Commandments and told them not to worship idols. Idolatry is why everything was taken away from Israel. Idolatry is why the first ever Empire on which the sun never set was taken away from the British. So it will be with Europe and America, whether nationalist or globalist. Empire is for God's glory alone.

Rather than being a beacon of hope for his people, Kipling's writing highlights the emptiness of the racialist worldview. His literary contributions were noteworthy in a primitive and idolatrous sense, as with many others of its kind, but they're of no consequence without true faith by grace alone. As long as they're based on things of the flesh, they're just weakening echoes in the crypts of the dead.

'If Only'

Blogger lynnjynh9315 July 31, 2018 11:32 PM  

I'd be willing to bet more people have died throughout history for "compassion" than any other cause.

Blogger Dirk Manly August 01, 2018 8:50 AM  

@23

"There must be a point where "compassion" or the need to signal your "virtue" becomes foolish indifference to the cost and other consequences. Most particularly, when being nice to someone who is otherwise your enemy, costs the lives (and property) (and future) of many times more of your own people."

A perfect example from film

In "Saving Private Ryan", the interpreter Oppham convinces the Rangers to not kill a German POW, but instead, to instruct him to turn himself in to the next American patrol he comes across. Near the end, we that same German soldier is captured again (after predictably NOT looking for someone else to surrender to), and the German soldier calls to Oppham, possibly in a bid for favorable treatment.

At least Oppham realizes the mistake of his virtue-signalling, and immediately shoots the German soldier for having reneged on the deal by rejoining the German forces.

Blogger Zwiebel August 01, 2018 5:11 PM  

They went back.

And then the British royal navy fetched them "home" again.

God save the Queen.

Blogger tz August 01, 2018 8:28 PM  

Compassion is a virtue.
Batshit crazy quasi altrusim is stupid and foolish and every level.

But I want to be compassionate to all the leftoids when the red tsunami sweeps the DSA into oblivion this november. But I don't know where there's a site I can donate a package with both th book "Fianal Exit" and a hemlock plant, and add additional exhortative instructions.

Blogger tz August 01, 2018 8:30 PM  

Back is persistent.
Either they go back or you go backward.

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