Another Day, Another Bomb

Another day, another bomb.

In the Guardian report on it today, there was no mention of either the words “islam” or “muslim”. Although the Telegraph did include a mention:

​Islamic State supporters celebrate Manchester attack online

It has all the hallmarks of islamic terrorism, but the mainstream media will bend over backwards not to mention it, all in the name of “multiculturalism”. And if anyone is arrested in connection with it, no mention will be made that he’s called “Mohammed”, or that he came from Syria or Tunisia.

All of which makes the state and the mainstream media more or less complicit in these crimes. Much as they are complicit in failing to report the accompanying multiple rapes throughout Europe by the migrant muslims that have been invited in their millions by the likes of Angela Merkel.

The bombing took place at a pop concert, and so, like the Bataclan massacre, was an act of cultural war. It was directed at young people having a good time. But what isn’t cultural war these days? ZeroHedge happens to have a piece about exactly that.

It should be clear to all reasoning people with the ability for critical thinking that a pattern of cultural warfare has been unfolding against the Western world since at least the end of World War Two. The contrast between what was then and what is now is stark and frightening. It should serve as all the evidence we require to make the final determination about what has been happening.

The complete destruction of the traditional family unit has taken place through a process of indirect and direct attacks against the proven characteristics of Western civilization. It should be obvious that media and art have orchestrated a well-thought out strategy of cultural warfare against the masculine and feminine ideals and support columns of culture.

This strategy has attacked the natural and instinctual strengths of both men and women while promoting the weakness from within each of us as individuals. The battles of this cultural attack have been orchestrated and waged from inside the once great structures of Western thought.

Our educational buildings and curriculums have been used to erode and shatter all the ideals of natural and instinctual existence which have developed within the Western mind. The more we remember and rediscover, the more we realize that almost everything which is taught in our schools is either a corrupt twisted version of truth, or is an outright lie and fabrication.

And of course smoking bans are another form of cultural warfare. They set out, on the flimsiest of excuses – “health” -, to destroy a convivial culture. And this is being done with the full approval of the government, the medical profession, the mainstream media, and all the Tobacco Control departments in the universities.

The global warming scare is another form of cultural war, this time being waged against industry and transport, the economic backbones of Western civilisation. Once again it’s governments, the mainstream media, and the universities that are conducting this war.

The idea, as far as I can see, is that if you can comprehensively demolish a culture in every possible respect – economic, industrial, political, social, religious, national, sexual – you will then be able to construct a new society from the rubble. And of course the demolition of the old culture is an essential prelude to building any new society.

The whole scheme is barmy cultural Marxism, of course, and is doomed to failure. If nothing else, the social and political and economic disintegration that this cultural war creates will undermine the very institutions that are conducting this war: the government, the universities, the professions, and the mainstream media, all of which are dependent, partly or wholly, on tax revenues which will be vanishing as the disintegration progresses. That is to say that the parasitical cultural Marxists in governments and universities and professions ae busily sawing off the branch on which they’re sitting.

And the peoples on which they are waging their multi-pronged cultural wars will be becoming ever more united, more determined, and more angry, at the vandalism being inflicted on them. And that’s why populism and nationalism are on the rise, and will continue to rise, and will eventually result in revolutions in which the madcap Marxists in the cultural institutions are evicted, and all the institutions radically reformed, in what will amount to a restoration of traditional cultural values, and a new renaissance.

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19 Responses to Another Day, Another Bomb

  1. Lisboeta says:

    And now the Puritans claim that a glass of wine/beer a day leads to an (infinitessimal!) increase in susceptibility to cancer. Me, I prefer to go with “A little of what you fancy does you good.”

    • nisakiman says:

      They’ve been claiming that for years. They just can’t bear the thought of people enjoying themselves without paying a heavy price for their indulgences.

      In their warped worldview, enjoyment is in itself inherently evil, and should be stamped out. Or at the very least, those who enjoy themselves should be subjected to pain and humiliation for having had the effrontery to eschew the asceticism as decreed by the grey and joyless ones.

      It’s the new religion. Or not new, perhaps, but resurgent; cloaked in medical, guilt inducing terms rather than ritual penance.

    • beobrigitte says:

      And now the Puritans claim that a glass of wine/beer a day leads to an (infinitessimal!) increase in susceptibility to cancer.
      Tell that the French. LOL!!!

  2. beobrigitte says:

    I was only going to comment that I do know (by now remember only) The Arena and express my condolences to the families of all victims.
    Then I was going to point out the ever-repeating pattern of the BBC coverage (“experts” and all) and point out that 20% of the population no longer welcome as part of society, so collective defiance isn’t happening. For that we ALL need to be in a cohesive society, not a fragmented one.

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    I wasn’t going to say anything about the BBC coverage that baffled me. Not a word about islamic terrorism, just terrorism. And then, the call for people to be “tolerant”. Until they mentioned this, I didn’t think about the muslim population; we all are aware that there ARE muslims (mainly females) who wish to live here without the radical restrictions imposed. “Honour killings” do happen in western countries. I most certainly am not ready to hold every muslim crossing my path responsible for this crime. I don’t think many other people would, either.
    So, WHY this idiotic media coverage?
    Have the anti-smokers and healthists convinced all political parties that it’s all about immigration?
    *face palm*

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/23/manchester-arena-attack-22-killed-suicide-bomber-ariana-grande/#update-20170523-0815
    Isil claims responsibility for suicide bombing in Manchester
    Question is, has the telegraph jumped to premature conclusions or is other media too reluctant to report it?

    And if anyone is arrested in connection with it, no mention will be made that he’s called “Mohammed”, or that he came from Syria or Tunisia.
    He was called Salman and was born in Manchester. Parents were refugees from Lybia.
    It took the police quite some time to release the information.

    This isn’t the time for Islamophobia – and it isn’t the time to criticise Britain’s foreign policy, either
    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/manchester-attack-ariana-grande-concert-social-media-response-victims-respect-a7751371.html
    The Independent better gets on with moderating the comments!! The commenter I think is a troll makes matters worse.

    The truth is, ISIS is well aware that the Western countries wage a healthist war and are far too preoccupied with that. So they know we’re actively being discouraged from being the cohesive society we were. Easy prey…..
    Apart from that, doesn’t ISIS punish smokers? Perhaps the anti-smokers just have to wait?
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3723106/ISIS-arrest-50-people-SMOKING-flog-public-crime.html
    WHO is going to speak up for us when that day comes?

    • beobrigitte says:

      The complete destruction of the traditional family unit has taken place through a process of indirect and direct attacks against the proven characteristics of Western civilization.
      Traditional family…. the woman stays at home, raising the children, being financially dependent of a moody/straying husband? What a great life and respect for that job at home!
      It should be obvious that media and art have orchestrated a well-thought out strategy of cultural warfare against the masculine and feminine ideals and support columns of culture.
      Which masculine and feminine ideals? The male does what he wants and the woman puts up with everything and is dependent? I do believe this culture exists – mostly in islamic states.

      And of course smoking bans are another form of cultural warfare. They set out, on the flimsiest of excuses – “health” -, to destroy a convivial culture. And this is being done with the full approval of the government, the medical profession, the mainstream media, and all the Tobacco Control departments in the universities.
      Smoking bans came from smoker-haters clubbing together, sweet-talking themselves to get some cash to produce “research” to present to ignorant politicians to get a smoker-hater culture going and create laws to get more cash from the governments to justify their existence.
      At the time in Britain, the Blair rich project was started. It appears to have been replicated ever since in politics. Money talks. Honesty is a word from another language no-one appears to speak anymore.

      And the peoples on which they are waging their multi-pronged cultural wars will be becoming ever more united, more determined, and more angry, at the vandalism being inflicted on them. And that’s why populism and nationalism are on the rise, and will continue to rise, and will eventually result in revolutions in which the madcap Marxists in the cultural institutions are evicted, and all the institutions radically reformed, in what will amount to a restoration of traditional cultural values, and a new renaissance.
      I don’t think it is going that way. People will get fed up with all the fear simply because their backs are against the walls. And anger overrides fear easily.

      Disillusioned people will cut all the global cr*p and close themselves off in smaller communities again. It makes sense. For one, you won’t encounter any of the “super-bugs” for which there no longer is a cure and secondly, living like that is much cheaper with less interference with the leader being physically present.

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  5. waltc says:

    I couldn’t help but notice the irony in a shot on the news tonite of the front entrance to the Manchester arena which featured a very large No Smoking sign on the door. This was followed by an interview with a Brit reporter–a Katie something–who said the police were investigating her for a hate crime for having tweeted that the people should not be cowed (her word) and should stand up strong for western values. So priorities seem to be straight over there. Says so on the door.

    Brigitte.
    Somewhere between Simone de Beauvoir’s and Betty Friedan’s (likely justified) complaints about the strictures of Woman’s Place, and the current glorification of The Nasty Woman, and the fashionable folderol that you can decide what sex you are from a menu of 30 choices, the apotheosis of transgenderism, and single momism, and single night hookups, and, yes, gay marriage, there might have been a sane and satisfactory middle ground, but it was quickly surpassed and civilization has suffered. And so have The Children™

    • beobrigitte says:

      Somewhere between Simone de Beauvoir’s and Betty Friedan’s (likely justified) complaints about the strictures of Woman’s Place, and the current glorification of The Nasty Woman..
      Common sense is a great aid – and, yes, the current “women’s issues” do raise a lot of red flags as it is destructive. Equal rights come with equal responsibilities. Not endless whingeing and whining.

      and the fashionable folderol that you can decide what sex you are from a menu of 30 choices, the apotheosis of transgenderism, and single momism, and single night hookups, and, yes, gay marriage, there might have been a sane and satisfactory middle ground, but it was quickly surpassed and civilization has suffered. And so have The Children™
      There you address something really interesting. I’m not fuzzed about gay marriage or transgender adults. What raises a few worries is “transgender” kids. I was a true tomboy and had no time for girlish things pre-teenage years. I was good at all boy things and really bad at girl things.
      At that point in time there was no numerous versions of transgender and I grew up to be a happy female (oh, boy; if I would have been transgender, I would have had to address being gay when, at my gender, I am heterosexual), I became an individual whos happy being who I am and who is not afraid to voice my opinion, nor run away from a physical fight.
      As a parent I would not have allowed my kids to start the process of changing gender until they were adults. That’s my right as a parent.
      Watching some strange youtube videos on parents (and a new branch of medical money-making “experts”) AIDING pre-teen kids to gender transition is just baffling. We will have yet another generation coming out to re-transition to their born sex….

      Where is common sense in that?

  6. Lepercolonist says:

    The West treats immigrant Muslims better than the native smokers. The media coddles them while vilifying those filthy smokers. We are told to be tolerate of Islamists but you may send the smokers outside as if they are barnyard animals.

  7. Joe L. says:

    Excellent post, Frank. The cultural warfare that has been ignited in recent years thanks to healthism, environmentalism, political correctness and the like has divided and fragmented Western societies far more than I have ever seen in my lifetime.

    With each new ‘study’ or ‘report’ or ‘news article’ I am increasingly inclined to believe that our governments are intentionally trying to make us ‘pawns’ direct our anger toward one another because it distracts us and prevents us from uniting and revolting against their ever-encroaching tyranny, allowing them to continue their demolition of society as we once knew it.

  8. Dmitri says:

    Remember me writing one of these days that destroying TC should be done without an overall revolution (as in destruction of the society in whole)? Now Frank puts it in an entirely different way, saying that destruction of society is well under way, and TC is just part of it. I’m sad to admit that Frank might be right.
    There might be two different ways to react to it, if you are an outsider, like maybe a Russian. One way is to stay away from Western madness, and that was my writing sales pitch all the time. Stay away from correctness, feminism, ecologymania, TC and the rest. In a way we do that, as a society, not always successfully. But the other way is to admit that Western madness is engulfing us, too, and all we can do is to look at what happens to you and get ready.
    For a decent smoking Westerner it’s a question of hoping for help coming from outside (us? Indonesia???), or feeling that no outside savior is likely to come. Looks like these ideas always come in a war, right?

    • Frank Davis says:

      The Western madness has been making inroads into Russia as well. Why else have you got smoking bans? Why else do you have radical feminists? I watched you arguing with the antismokers on TV recently, unable to understand a word of what was being said. But it was clear to me that the antismokers in Russia are almost as much of a force to be reckoned with in Russia as they are in the West.

      I think we are approaching a crisis where it will become obvious that what many people believe is really nonsense, and just so much unrealistic wishful thinking. And I think that then we’ll see a few hard-headed realists emerge. But I think it will take a very deep crisis before this happens. But we’re going to have to renew ourselves. Nobody can do it for us.

    • beobrigitte says:

      Remember me writing one of these days that destroying TC should be done without an overall revolution (as in destruction of the society in whole)? Now Frank puts it in an entirely different way, saying that destruction of society is well under way, and TC is just part of it. I’m sad to admit that Frank might be right.
      There might be two different ways to react to it, if you are an outsider, like maybe a Russian.

      Sorry, Dmitri, Russia no longer is an outsider. Tobacco Control marched in without the people of Russia ever knowing. All of a sudden Russia had a smoking ban. For health reasons, of course, as tobacco control directs.

      I many ways I am hoping to see a Russian resistance living the Russian peoples’ resilience.

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