Political Correctness

This is a great interview with Lauren Southern:

She is so right.

Bukowski was also right when he said:

Charles Bukowski — ‘The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.’

You know in the old days, it was pretty rare to hear words such as amazing, incredible, wonderful!

Now when I turn on most radio stations, you hear it nearly every hour.

And everything’s all nice, all the hosts are nice, the guests are all nice, no one says anything remotely controversial, and they agree about those bad people, who don’t agree with them. The left-wing, and the politically correct. And they seem to pretty much control mainstream media.

But there doesn’t seem to be much reality to it.

I think Lauren Southern had it right when she said the West resents itself, feels guilty, is lost culturally and religiously.

They like to pretend that everything is beautiful, and the world is so wonderful.

It’s like the 60’s but without the acid.

But I can tell you, there is a very stark reality out there. People who are not politically correct, and just ready to pounce on any weakness, any naivety.

A darkness, waiting in the shadows.

Sweden is the first example of how political correctness and left-wing naivety can destroy a nation.


Being Watched in New Zealand

I have lived in 7 countries, and of course it is true that each country has its own unique advantages and negatives.

When you live in the UK, Paris, even Taiwan, and to a certain extent Australia, you feel as though you are completely unobserved, anonymous, you walk down the road and into shops and so on, feeling totally unselfconscious.

Two countries in my mind which are totally opposite to this are New Zealand and Germany.

Whether we are watched or not in these countries is slightly irrelevant. The fact is you do feel watched. And not only that judged. Judged perhaps on our appearance or perhaps something else.

In Germany it was the neighbours mostly, who always seemed to be observing me.

In New Zealand, you can have bad experiences in shops. Perhaps you are carrying a bag, or just don’t look right.

I was in Bunnings the other day and pretty much got attacked (figuratively), first at the entrance, because I was carrying two bags, and secondly, I am sure they “talked” and some other woman hunted me down and walked up to me agressively and said, “CAN I HELP YOU!!!?”

I only wanted a bag of chair shoes to protect my carpet.

New Zealand is a small conservative and judgmental country. And so is Germany. The people seem to be so aggressive, compared to say the laid back approach in Paris.

A friend of mine said perhaps this is why Germans love New Zealand.

Facing Putin

I just watched this National Geographic documentary.

When I was watching it, I thought to myself, are the Russians too weak to get rid of him?

But it is not that at all. I mean no one would have said that about the German people when Hitler was in power.

No, quite simply, the majority of Russians support him, even though they know what he is, just as the Germans with Hitler.

It is a reflection of the Russian majority, the average Russian and their mentality.

The other thing I was thinking, was what a comparison of the new PC left-wing Trump hating media, compared to the Russian media.

I mean, as far as I know, Trump has not killed anyone or had anyone killed, yet the media seem to think and try to convey to the masses, that he is far worse than Putin.


At the end of the day this is beacuse Trump is one of those rare leaders who has dared to confront the media head first.

But I think it is time people got things into perspective.

Imagine if Russia’s most well known actress verbally attacked Putin at the main awards show as Streep did to Trump. You see, that is democracy.

Trump may have said some odd things, but what has he actually done that inflames people so much?