Friday, August 26, 2011

Not over until it's over

While the so-called rebels managed to deal a great blow to Gaddafi, one should not be too quick to declare Lybia a finished article. As long as Gaddafi is at large the war will go on, since it is by now clear he will fight to the bitter end and that the base of his support is much wider then previously thought.

And save for the usual US governement sycophants and star-eyed, head-firmly-in-the-clouds ignoramuses, there is little jubilation going on about the fall of Gaddafi. It seems, amazingly enoguh, that people outside the governement circles have actually learned something from the past cases of Afganistan, Iran, Egypt...Took them long enough, mind you.

As for the establishment, they are like the old Burbon dynasty of France, they have forgotten nothing and have learned nothing, just as the above cartoon shows.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Will there be an England?

Difficult to answer that. The reasons that lead to the recent riots are much more complex then those that lead to simmilar incidents in France 2005 and other parts of Europe recently. In France the criminal anti-social culture is limited by and large inside the community of unassimilable immigrants. The fact that the French mainstream culture and native population still either have serious delusions about their society or are afraid to say the truth is another matter altoghether. In the UK things are much worse. Ignorance, disrispect for authority, welfare parasitism and criminality have all but become mainstream.

Exaggeration? Not at all. Max Hastings and Melanie Phillips give exact data that proves this. The only question now is have things gone beyond repair? Has England irredeemably sunk into the depths of social breakdown? As I said, it's difficult to answer that. However, I do believe that the point at which it was possible to reverse course by elections has long since passed and that a full-scale revolution is the only hope.

You know things are really, really bad when an England football game gets cancelled and when the Premier League contemplates postponing the start of the season(in the end only Spurs-Everton is called off for now). The last time that happened was in 1939. Need I state the reason?

Talking of which, Ann Coulter is right on the money with this:

If Britain of 1939 were composed of the current British population, the entirety of Europe would today be doing the "Heil Hitler" salute and singing the "Horst Wessel Song."

Is there a surviving British WWII veteran not asking himself now:"Is this what we fought for?"

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Kosovo and Metohija overview

It is little wonder that the Belgrade regime has betrayed the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija and left them in the lurch. Ironically, this may be for the better. Anything Boris Tadić has touched turned into dust so far, so the further he is kept away from Kosovo Serbs the more chance they will have of achieving something.

Something has already been achieved. The regime is now utterly exposed in it's treason. No amount of spin can hide the fact that Tadić is no longer even a passive accesory but an active participant in the process of carving up of Serbia. Again ironically, it may be for the worse because now it will cling on power by any means necessary and might make peaceful change impossible.

As for the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija it is very difficult to advise them what to do. Is is their lives that are on the line after all. As they say, damned if they do, damned if they don't. The best service we could give them is by toppling the Tadić regime. In fact, that should have been done by the proverbial yesterday.