Ho seri problemi con il fatto che le chiamano le “nostre città”
un cazzo le vostre città, vergognatevi.
Top kek. Besides the color of the protestors, the second biggest tell in those pictures is the angle from which they were taken.
Between 40.000 and 60.000 (!!!) demonstrators gathered in Milan, here’s the footage from Russia Today. The times they are a-changin’!
Every day more than 5000 copies are sold of Le suicide français, in all the book has been sold more than 425.000 times so far. The press calls it a controversial book (controversial in artistic and journalistic circles, no doubt). Recently, several French books appeared on the subject of debt, unemployment and export, but only Eric Zemmour made an attempt to give his readership the broader picture behind the economic decline, which explains his success. And it’s simply a book that fits the zeitgeist.
According to Zemmour, who’s the son of Jewish colonials who fled from Algeria during the war of independence, the source of France’s misfortune is the students’ revolt of May ‘68. The revolution against “the last great Frenchman”, Charles de Gaulle, turned out to be a political flop. From a sociocultural perspective the victory of progressive modernists was total. All certainties - family, fatherland, work, state, school - were dismantled. Manliness became a taboo. “From then on feminine values became dominant, values such as consensus and disdain for authority.”
"Unabashed virility is not a problem for Arabs or blacks, white men have to be cautious of what they say". And if Le suicide français had not been written by someone with an immigraton background, it would never have made it to the bookstores, I’m inclined to add. Zemmour focuses more on mass migration than on feminism. He believes the decision to allow immigrant family reunions (1974) was a historical error and produced a Völkerwanderung, a tidal wave of migration. Because the counter culture didn’t distinguish between colonialism and assimilation, nothing was required from the immigrants. While hundreds of city districts were islamized and were lost by the Republic, France also lost its autonomy in Europe.
Zemmour is also against the free market and an admirer of Colbert, the favorite economist of Louis XIV, who invented a state dominated economy. As “a pure product of the assimilation model” he wants to put an end to “the dismantling of his cherished country, with its glorious past and beautiful language”. The French regime press and its red ayatollahs try to pin Zemmour down on his statement about the leader of Vichy France during WW2, Pétain, who prevented the relocation of Jews to the East during the partial occupation of France by Germany - which is a historical truth. Regardless of this monkey business, his book is causing sensation.
”It was she [Benoist’s Grandmother] who first taught me the meaning of noblesse oblige: viz., that belonging to the aristocracy does not consist in benefiting from more privileges than others or in having additional rights, but in imposing greater burdens upon one oneself, having a higher notion of one’s duties, feeling more responsible than others. Behaving in a noble manner, whatever class one comes from, means never being satisfied with oneself, never reasoning in terms of utility. It means the beauty of gratuitousness, of “useless” expenditure, the beau geste, the conviction that one could always have done better, that it is odious to boast of what one has done, that a man’s quality is tested by his ability to act contrary to his own interests whenever it becomes necessary.”
- Alain de Benoist, Mémoire Vive
Paul Wagner - Trost in Leid on Flickr.
Paul Wagner (1852 - 1937) was a German artist.
[Bukowski’s Auctions, Stockholm - Oil on canvas, 110.5 x 84 cm]
230 african girls kidnapped by muslims:
All over the news, #Bringbackourgirls tweets by feminists and even the first lady.
1,400 white girls raped, tortured and sold into prostitution by muslims:
Barely makes it out of British press. Actively covered up by officials. Feminists don’t care.
Never, ever going to stop reblogging this.
Still one of the greatest photos of all time.
I will forever reblog this picture!