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Die Flut Kommt - Does the European want democracy?

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Tadhg Gaelach, Oct 7, 2016.

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    Tadhg Gaelach

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    Yes, this is very much the consumerist delusion. People will no political power whatsoever are being convinced that they are participants in some kind of democratic process.
     
  2. SwordOfStCatherine

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    I cannot imagine not being a Monarchist. It's something that I have always been very strongly and at this stage I would see it as basically part of my personality. When I was younger I kind of believed or at least desperately wanted to that King Arthur would arise again from his sleep and purge the Atlantic Isles of evil. I never had much success interesting other Loyalists in the Arthurian Mythos though. My dad is a republican as in believing that the State of Great Britain and Northern Ireland should be a Republic and a not Monarchy and actually a significant number of Ulster Unionists and Loyalists would share that opinion the most famous being Alex Kane (who I kinda like) and Billy Hutchinson (who I despise). There was a print of Oliver Cromwell who is my da and Cruimh's greatest hero of all time hanging in the sitting room in our dump of a council house that always used to utterly depress me, after the last fight I had with my da I destroyed it which is one of the things that I have done which I am not certain whether was right or wrong to do.

    The reality is that I am extremely pessimistic about the future. In large parts of the United States and Mexico civilization has effectively broken down. The number of people completely inwardly burnt out on drugs and porn is growing by day. Than there is the fact that our current level of technology is not ecologically sustainable. Unless something radical comes along a collapse into utter and total barbarism is what we will be facing in the not to distant future. My better half has a brilliant scientific mind but he is completely convinced that the Antichrist is just around the corner. I often wonder just how freaked out his work colleague would get if they discovered his eschatological obsessions.
     
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    The problem is bureaucracy. Not democracy. In regard to Brussels. This bureaucratic nightmare aids globalists involved in social engineering. Social engineering that has seen us witness barbarism in Europe.
     
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    The plain fact is that European civilisation is lost unless another Hitler or Stalin emerges. I would prefer Stalin, but someone like Hitler would be good too. Stalin is better because his thinking is not tied to the fate of just one nation, but the whole world. I think Hitler's thinking was also moving in that direction. His thinking in Mein Kampf was quite parochial, and he said that it could only be read in the light of his later speeches, which certainly where becoming more profound over time.
     
  5. Earnán Ó Maille

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    I had to look up the meaning of eschatological. How will my life be improved if everyone else stops taking drugs and watching porn? I could understand if they gave up drugs and porn, to smoke herb and live a polyamorist lifestyle, and how that could possibly enhance and enrich their lifestyles, but I can't figure out how it would improve my life, or other peoples. If I was married it wouldn't bother me in the least if my wife dated another man or woman at the weekend, but I would probably blow a fuse if she brought someone else into our bedroom.

    I genuinely don't mean to cause you offence with my beliefs, which obviously conflict with yours.
     
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    My da could have been a great man but a mixture of his "Culture" and hardcore alcohol abuse insured that he wasnt and never will be. I dont have a problem with people smoking grass or hash as long as its not abused. Our nanny uses it sometimes and we dont have to much of a problem with that. The thing is that when it is abused it completes saps people's will power and reasoning ability making them putty in the hands of the Ruling Elites. Porn is a completely different story though, it causes no end of sexual problems for people and completely warps their attitude to the opposite sex. It though like abuse of the "herb" also turns people into squiggy lumps of soft inquity that are easily manipulated.
     
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    Squiggy lumps of soft inequity? I would have thought porn would have hardened him up. Also, for some, porn is simply a means of relieving stress.
     
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    I wasn't so much arguing the toss in favor of porn, but I think people who are that way inclined might find what they are looking for in porn, in an open relationship. My personal celibacy, can not possibly be improving your health, or anyone else's. The price of being a sheep is boredom, but the price of being a wolf is loneliness, and that's the difference between celibacy and the life you lead. It takes a lot of patience to find inner peace that way, and it's not necessarily guaranteed. I get to live in blissful ignorance of everyone else's problems, and that is the reward I get, for living the life I lead now. I wanted to be a priest when I was younger, and I actually applied to study theology, smoked, and I have no regrets whatsoever about any of the consensual sex I had with consenting women. Life got in the way, and I became something else. One of my ex partners was bi, and I would be lying if I said I didn't struggle with the idea in the beginning, but she brought me around to her way of thinking, and I just accepted her the way she was. To the best of my knowledge, she didn't date anyone else when she was with me, and we remained friends for decades afterwards.
     
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    Similar situation for me except she brought another woman into our bed. While I was still in it. I was a little shocked and believe it or not I ducked under the covers and crawled to the end of the bed and almost out of it. But they reached down and grabbed each of my ankles and pulled me back in and under the covers. Then like wild cats they joined me under the covers. I won't say what they done to me. Childers might be reading.
     
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    I don't need to know what they done to you Goats. That's why it's called Blissful Ignorance! I make a point of having a drink with my ex-wife every x'mas day, but I wouldn't see her from one end of the year to the other. When you have a child with someone it's for life, and it's important to maintain as healthy a relationship as possible with the other half. In that respect I was blessed in life. I would have died of a heart attack, if my child asked me for a sex education. I'm an 'Ask your Ma' kind of guy!
     
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    I don't have a child. Not that I am aware of. Certainly I would have matured quickly had I one and it might have shaped my life. Given me a new purpose. I am now in a situation where I desire a partner yet I fear losing my independence. Not that I would make a fine catch for a woman.
     
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    I actually forget how long I've been celibate. I think it's 15 or 16 years, or something like that, and I intend to remain that way. I'm not trying to claim the moral high ground, but personally speaking, at this stage of my life, I don't think I could have sex with someone, if I wasn't married. I don't mean the type of marriage that they have in a Church either, but the type of agreement two adults make between themselves. If you can't be good, make sure you are careful. If you can't make a commitment, stand over your missus when she's swallowing the pill, and use a condom. If an accident happens, treat it as a blessing in disguise. Drink as much as you can, don't bring your kids to the pub, and they'll be grand!

    You have a sense of humour. Play the numbers game with your Ace of Hearts. It's a mathematical certainty that you will pull one of every ten women you can make laugh. Get one phone number, and the snowball affect will kick in, because success breeds success. If that Polish bird is still keeping you awake at night, date some gay fella or something, and make her jealous. Then let her see your inner Goat, and she'll be cooking your eggs sunny side up, before the winter has passed..
     
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    I've never dated a gay man and I won't be. I'm not gay. I haven't responded to advances made by women towards me because I don't trust anyone at the moment. At present there are several local women interested in me. I haven't decided yet if tis just my body they want. Well not my body as such more my appendage. None have sat and chatted with me so it can't be my mind that interests them. Could be I am a trophy..
     
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    Don't let the Feminists grind you down Goats!

    They are all wolves in sheeps clothin'. Even if you're tricked into marrying one. Hatchet in hand, hand on heart, one eye open. On a serious note, I can't advise you what to do, but there's wisdom in the seanfhocal which says 'No Pain, No Gain!' If I was to put my cards on the table, I think you are putting obstacles in front of yourself: 'Faint heart never won a fair lady!' If none of the locals catch your eye, maybe you should stop thinking about it, and it will just happen if it's meant to happen, when you least expect it. Ask someone else for a second opinion on the same issue, and weigh things up for yourself. If a lack of trust is the issue, a lack of trust is the issue.

     
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    Sicher, kommt die Flut
     
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