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The ideological journey – from indoctrinated multiculturalist zealot to Conservative Revolutionary
Our ideological journey starts with our very first experiences in the world which contributes to shape our perception of reality, of justice and of liberty.
When I first started on this compendium more than three years ago I had already decided to only cover issues relating to Islamisation and mass-Muslim immigration out of the fear of being labeled as a racist. I have always been terrified of the prospect of being labeled as a racist, to such a degree that I have put significant restrictions on myself, not only verbally but concerning all aspects of my social image. And I know this is the case for a majority of Europeans. I would say I have allowed myself to be paralyzed by this fear. I was inclined not to bring up WW2, the relevance of ethnicity or mention the word race at all.
Unfortunately for me, I found out through the years of research and study that everything is connected. Our present situation is a direct result of WW2 and the cold war, of the so called Frankfurt school and the rise of cultural Marxism/multiculturalism and political correctness. We cannot ignore the relevancy of these doctrines and we are forced to reflect on these issues if we are to have a meaningful discussion. We are forced to bring up all the taboos and reassess all the current “accepted truths”.
If I had met myself 12 years ago I would probably think I was an extreme and paranoid nut, who believed in conspiracy theories:
“Our school institutions are brainwashing us and our media are systematically lying to us you say? Lol, you’re, paranoid! Get a grip.”
All patriots sometimes feel like that guy in the Matrix who wants to go back into his pod, and pretend he never learned the truth. It would be better wouldn’t it? At least for a short while, but then again, my children would have hated me for my cowardice a few decades down the road as THEY would have been forced to suffer due to my cowardice.
The thing is that many of our political and cultural elites, including politicians, NGO leaders, university professors/lecturers, writers, journalists and editors – the individuals making up the majority of the so called category A and B traitors, knows exactly what they are doing. They know that they are contributing to a process of indirect cultural and demographical genocide and they need to be held accountable for their actions. The truth needs to come out. We are in the very beginning of a very bloody cultural war, a war between nationalism and internationalism and we intend to win it. We will not allow the EUSSR elites to deconstruct everything European nor to sell the peoples of Europe into Muslim slavery. Islam WILL be thrown out of Europe for a third time and the Marxist, humanist and globalist traitors who colluded with the Ummah will be held accountable for their treason. We, the cultural conservatives, will not be able to determine our own future until we seize political and military power in our own countries. The only way of achieving this is to take individual responsibility and to contribute to create more resistance fighters by spreading the truth. Spreading the truth in an efficient way will speed up the ideological journey (the ideological maturity process/ideological confidence level) for mainstream Europeans. People must learn to overcome their fears and stand up for their beliefs. Our survival depends upon it.
Dispatches - Undercover Mosque (Channel 4, London, UK)
Obsession- radical Islam’s war against the west
Obsession - part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMLJJEDDDGc
Obsession - part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Bev054pNzI
Obsession - part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bJE6bIiXps
Obsession - part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J61r-NRHPtQ
Obsession - part 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jwL_GefwUE
Obsession - part 6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l17LmCEp1QI
Obsession - part 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYR5F3mbQ-4
Obsession - part 8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLXZpOG4VCI
Obsession - part 9 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDPzPgkr4vk
Obsession - part 10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lioOCOalPao
Fjordman’s book tips
I could also recommend some books that people should read.
About Islam I recommend essentially everything written by Robert Spencer. Bat Ye’or’s books are groundbreaking and important, though admittedly not always easy to read. The Legacy of Jihad by Andrew Bostom should be considered required reading for all those interested in Islam. It is the best and most complete book available on the subject in English, and possibly in any language. Ibn Warraq’s books are excellent, starting with his Defending the West . Understanding Muhammad by the Iranian ex-Muslim Ali Sina is also worth reading, as is Defeating Jihad by Serge Trifkovic.
If you are looking for books about the history of science, I recommend everything written by Edward Grant. The Beginnings of Western Science by David C. Lindberg is very good, though slightly more politically correct than Grant when it comes to science in the Islamic world. The Rise of Early Modern Science: Islam, China and the West by Toby E. Huff is excellent and highly recommended. These books are easy to read for an educated, mainstream audience.
For books that are excellent, yet more specialised and slightly more difficult, I can recommend Victor J. Katz for the history of mathematics and The History and Practice of Ancient Astronomy by James Evans for the history of pre-telescopic astronomy up to and including Kepler. Evans’ book is extremely well researched and detailed, almost too much so on European and Middle Eastern astronomy, but contains virtually nothing on Chinese or Mayan astronomy. For a more global perspective, Cosmos: An Illustrated History of Astronomy and Cosmology by John North is good and not too difficult to read (Fjordman’s tips).
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