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Society’s sickness

Politics & Power Posted on Tue, November 13, 2007 22:20:41

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On April 17th 2007 I wrote the Tool and Die-post about the Virginia Tech Massacre, a school shooting in the USA.
I quote myself:
30+ killed this time. And still people ask the same stupid question: Why does this always happen in the United States of America – the land of the free, the biggest and best democracy in the world?

And now the madness has arrived in good old Europe. Actually, school shootings have happened outside the US of A before, for example in Scotland, Canada, Germany…

But let’s take a look at a time line of recent world wide school shootings (there’s even a term for this shit, how disgusting…):
http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0777958.html

Since 1996 there’s been over 50 school shootings, most of them in the USA, and since the reasons for these shootings are embedded in the sick society we live in, is it safe to say that USA breeds the sickest society of them all? Maybe so. Over there you have metal detectors at the school door, surveillance cameras, bookbag searches and bar-coded ID badges. Instead of gun control they’re talking about gun rights.
Is this what the future holds in its bloody hands for Europe?

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Pekka-Eric Auvinen got one thing right, quoted from his Natural Selector’s Manifesto:

Of course there is a final solution too: death of the entire human race. It would solve every problem of humanity. The faster the human race is wiped out from this planet, the better… no one should be left alive. I have no mercy for the scum of earth, the pathetic human race.

So far, so good.
I agree one hundred percent – in theory. But the way he went out together with the people that died is not something I honour at all. Not the least bit. To me the whole thing was just pointless and nothing but a tragedy for those closely related to what happened.

The following text is quoted from Pekka-Erics “Attack Information”-document, which I believe was available on the Internet along with his YouTube-videos long before the actual action began:


ATTACK INFORMATION
Event: Jokela High School Massacre.
Targets: Jokelan Lukio (High School Of Jokela), students and faculty, society, humanity, human race.
Date: 11/7/2007.
Attack Type: Mass murder, political terrorism (altough I choosed the school as target, my motives for the attack are political and much much deeper and therefore I don’t want this to be called only as “school shooting”).
Location: Jokela, Tuusula, Finland.
Perpetrator’s name: Pekka-Eric Auvinen (aka NaturalSelector89, Natural Selector, Sturmgeist89 and Sturmgeist). I also use pseydonym Eric von Auffoin internationally.
Weapons: Semi-automatic .22 Sig Sauer Mosquito pistol.

Information travels with great speed on the Internet, so I believe quite a lot of folks knew what he was up to. No one seemed to care then. Now there’s a whole different story.
How many thrive on these sickening and sad mass murders – especially during the time it was broadcasted live all over the world – without even reflecting on what’s actually causing these killings and breeding these murderers and their convictions? By browsing the Internet reading various discussions and articles in mass media and alternative forums I’d say there’s a lot of people out there doing just that – thriving on society’s sickness without any reflection whatsoever.
Is this the new ethics? The new moral?

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To me it’s quite obvious that Auvinen was a product of a society that once again failed miserably. He was the victim, not the hero.
Weblog Oskorei writes that an intelligent choice for Auvinen would’ve been to engage in politics. I totally agree. I believe in the power of the small man using his mind, spirit and words to make a change. Killing a bunch of people – including yourself – is to surrender to their sickness.
“But hey, you think writing a blog and joining a cause on Facebook will make a change?”, I hear you moan. I sure as hell do. I believe in understanding the big picture via alternative media, small scale activism, awareness, resistance and articulating visions. That’s my way of escaping indoctrination.
Internet is a great place for this. Use it wisely.

I’d like to end this post by quoting the great mind of Nikanor Teratologen who wrote this as a comment to the Virginia Tech Massacre in Tidningen Kulturen:

Det är förstås möjligt att Cho Seung-Hui hade blivit ”galen”, han var av allt att döma mycket depressiv och kanske led av någon autistisk störning: men är inte också det samhälle han levde i grundläggande sinnesrubbat, ett ormgropskved för utspottandet av gravt störda men smart marknadsanpassade individer? Den sociala struktur, mentalitet och livskultur han desperat men förgäves försökte anpassa sig till är inte frisk och inte människovärdig – civilisationen måste förändras för att händelser likt den på Virginia Tech inte ska äga rum.

Det går inte att genom någon sorts överhetskampanjer eller mer omfattande kontroll-, övervaknings-, angivar- och stigmatiseringssystem heltäckande skydda skolor, arbetsplatser, offentliga platser överhuvudtaget mot enskildas planlagda och sedan lössläppta mordiska hämndraseri. Förändringarna måste inledas på individplanet, i människors beteende och attityder mot varandra. Man bör helt enkelt inte kränka och bete sig illa mot andra varelser på jorden. Allt är ett, sammanvävt, förgängligt.

Den grandiost sadomasochistiska och Kristusyrande självbilden som tröstande och upplyftande suggererar existensen av en andligt besläktad krets att höra hemma i och betyda något avgörande för har, imaginärt, förintat den invalidiserande känslan av att inte duga, inte räknas, inte vara älskad och inte tillåtas hysa känslor, inte finnas till, – någon kurskamrat har berättat att när studenterna skulle introducera sig själva i klassen genom att skriva sina namn på lappar var Chos reaktion att rita ett stort frågetecken. Fler människor borde kanske försöka förstå det frågetecknets djupare innebörd och ställa sig frågan om inte deras egna liv också är förtvivlat meningslösa frågetecken skrivna i Intet.

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Political tests

Politics & Power Posted on Sun, September 02, 2007 19:32:18

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Ny Moral, along with bloggers Dan Eriksson, Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum, Becqon, Fas and Robsten, was encouraged by Oskorei to take some political tests.
Read about Oskorei’s results here, and about some of his views here and here (Swedish only).
Oskorei… A very interesting character, indeed.

I took the tests, but first some disclaimers:

I tend to think too much sometimes.
And that’s exactly what happens when I do these tests. They come off very stiff and are simply not made for my kind of mind. Some are very confusing. Some I cannot even answer properly because I don’t have enough knowledge, facts and/or understanding (for example, my knowledge about political economics is pretty slim…), or sometimes I may have chosen the “wrong” answer because I may have misunderstood the question.
Also, these tests seem to be made for Americans.
And let’s face it, some questions are just plain stupid.

However, the tests may reveal some mindbending information about the moral and political stance that you may not know you had inside. They may help you understand why you think what you think, and since independent thinking is about trying to understand your situation everybody should give it a serious try.
Don’t take the results too serious though…

For your information:
I consider party politics to be extremely one dimensional, and thus not very creative or useful. The left and right bullshit told by those in power has lost its true meaning (and power) a long time ago. That way of defining political views is by no means applicable to the world and the societies we live in today.

Now let’s get on with the tests.

Political compass
This test is introduced with the following words:
The old one-dimensional categories of ‘right’ and ‘left’, established for
the seating arrangement of the French National Assembly of 1789, are overly
simplistic for today’s complex political landscape. For example, who are the
‘conservatives’ in today’s Russia? Are they the unreconstructed Stalinists,
or the reformers who have adopted the right-wing views of conservatives like
Margaret Thatcher ?


On the standard left-right scale, how do you distinguish leftists like
Stalin and Gandhi? It’s not sufficient to say that Stalin was simply more
left than Gandhi.
There are fundamental political differences between them that the old
categories on their own can’t explain.
Similarly, we generally describe social reactionaries as ‘right-wingers’,
yet that leaves left-wing reactionaries like Robert Mugabe and Pol Pot
off the hook.

My results:

Economic Left/Right: -7.00
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -4.77

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Moral politics
This test explains why you think what you think by mapping your personal moral system.
Moral views are the major factors that influence political opinions.
Every political stance can be explained by one’s moral position on the
inner value of human beings and their role in society.

My results:

You scored -7 on the Moral Order axis and 1.5 on the Moral Rules axis.

The following items best match your score:
1. System: Socialism
2. Variation: Moral Socialism
3. Ideologies: Activism, Libertarian Socialism
4. US Parties: Green Party
5. Presidents: Jimmy Carter (85.18%)
6. 2004 Election Candidates: Ralph Nader (95.06%), John Kerry (76.51%), George W. Bush (39.69%)

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PoliticsForum Quiz 2.0

My results:

Overall, the PoliticsForum quiz considers you a small-government, internationalist, protectionist, non-absolutist, kind of person.
These characteristics would put you in the overall category of social conservative protectionist. Your natural home at PoliticsForum would be the Conservatism area.

You scored 50 out of 100 on a scale of Individual vs Social. This means that politically you are neither more nor less likely to value the need for group actions and group benefit over individual enterprise and benefit.

You scored 55 out of 100 on a scale of Theist vs Materialist. This means that politically you are neither more nor less likely to believe that religion and spirituality are superstitions that should not inform political debate.

You scored 72 out of 100 on a scale of Big Government vs Small Government. This means that politically you are more likely to believe that government should keep out of legislating social policies, leaving such decisions to individuals.

You scored 61 out of 100 on a scale of Nationalist vs Internationalist. This means that politically you are more likely to favour international bodies over national ones.

You scored 36 out of 100 on a scale of Protectionist vs Free Trader. This means that politically you are less likely to favour free trade over protectionist policies.

You scored 65 out of 100 on a scale of Absolutist vs Non Absolutist. This means that politically you are less likely to believe that there is an absolute truth that may guide your ideological beliefs.

You scored 40 out of 100 on a scale of Controlled Market vs Liberal Market. This means that politically you are neither more nor less likely to believe that there is need for government regulation of industry.

You scored 50 out of 100 on a scale of Marxist vs Non-Marxist. This means that politically you are neither more nor less likely to follow the philosophies of Marx.

Phew! Interesting stuff. I’ll leave you without commenting any further and let you draw your own conclusions about my political stance and moral views, if you’re at all interested…

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Tool and Die

Politics & Power Posted on Tue, April 17, 2007 09:21:18

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The Virginia Tech Massacre.
30+ killed this time.
And still people ask the same stupid question: Why does this always happen in the United States of America – the land of the free, the biggest and best democracy in the world?

To answer this, once again I turn to rap music: one of the few genres where social realism and urban youth is allowed to collide head to head, no holds barred, free from moral restrictions (as we all know, punk and hardcore ought to be like this, but is far from it…).

Back in 1992 there was this pretty strange rap group called Consolidated. Strange because they were whites, and strange because they were dealing with political issues on a higher level than most other rappers at the time.
They weren’t in it for the fame. And not for the game either. They wanted world wide change. They were the white equivalent of Public Enemy, in a way, and they started already in 1989 unleashing the This is Fascism EP.
Their song Tool and Die is still as relevant today as it was back then, 15 years ago. Sadly, not much has changed since then. The NRA and the gun lobby are working hard for gun rights instead of gun control.

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Download Tool and Die here, and get with the lyrics. Truly great stuff!
No lame bling-bling shit, this is true hardcore.
Can you deal with it?

ConsolidatedTool and Die

Damn, this is madness
its the fourth consectutive week I’ve had this
reoccuring nightmare of a woman who tries to walk her child to daycare
they pass some liquor store
see an average looking kid running out the door
in a moment frozen
they watch as he reveals a handgun
terror in her voice, no sound,
he unloads a round, her son goes down
then I wake up screaming but am I dreaming
cause its just another day
so many killings repeated until people have no feeling
when every two years guns take more
american lives than the whole vietnam war
Six teens and children die every day in gun homicides
and the NRA lobby fool
pay athletes to tell kids to stay in school
whoever said that must be joking
go tell that to the kids in Oakland,
DC. Detroit and Newark
and you wonder why kids don’t do their homework
the school is a warzone
teachers and students alike are afraid to leave home
hallways are an innocence tomb
the principal’s office a grieving room
this is a malignant cancer
guards and metal detectors won’t be the answer
hundreds of thousands of students say
they carry guns to school daily
growing up with fear and panic.
Bang – Nine – Automatic!

It’s genocide
America has the most homicides
Society devouring its own young
Take away the guns we need gun control

How can we stop the violence
when everywhere we look is the image of gun death
the Rodney King explosion is just one result of inner city erosion
take away all hope and kids will turn to robbery and dealing dope
you don’t care about elections
what urban youth want is protection
from a life of war
could be the Iraqi war or war in the Filmore
There is no more tragic sight
than a heavily armed youth with no respect for life
The leading cause of death in African American males under thirty five
at the funeral the friends will cry
but on the streets they tool and die
and Hollywood has done
more than anyone to glamorize the gun
movies, music and TV.
Its Genocide…can’t you see…
Got to take the profit out of crime
stop glamorizing death on primetime
Cities are the only places
where kids are waging arms races
in suburbs and rural areas
Across the country kids are carrying
three more hours and another teenage youth will have committed suicide
while his mothers crying
gun advocates are on TV lying
to the public
about how people are the ones who kill and guns don’t
until we have gun control
we can’t stop these ten year olds
from going in their father’s closet
were the gun was left unlocked and loaded
Where does it end?
When everyone gets their own piece, dividend

Driving down Guerrero
cut off a psycho kid looked like Sendero
Luminoso, words were froze so
I don’t start talking shit or acting macho
you could get popped in a minute
this is the wild, wild west and we’re in it
and my kids don’t want to play
when they have to worry about ducking spray
or two drunks having an argument
in front of our apartment
when I hear that sound
I yell: Everyone get inside and get down!



Living with the dying

Politics & Power Posted on Mon, February 12, 2007 21:42:43

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Global warming.
It’s a fact.
And a terrible threat.

So what can we do about it?
I truly believe that it’s already too late. We’ve fucked with nature for far too long, being far too ignorant and failed to see the consequences of our utterly stupid and egoistic actions.
I believe in the apocalypse now.

I believe that when and if I reach the age of, say 70 or 80 (in year 2050 or something), we’ll see the beginning of the end quite clear. It’ll probably happen much sooner, but hey, I’m trying to be optimistic here…
Some people I talk to seem to have forgotten about the extremely disastrous Katrina already. And look at Jakarta right now. There’s natural disasters happening all the time and I wouldn’t be surprised if they soon got to our territory as well. In a way they already have…
Remember Gudrun, Swedes?

Sure, there’s always been big, drastic changes in nature. No newsflash there. The thing is that this time it’s happening incredibly fast. A quick example:
The ten hottest years on record have all occured in the last 14 years. Five of them in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. That ought to ring a bell, baby. A bell of doom.

On another topic: I got into a long discussion the other day about the future and stuff like that, and a friend asked me if I didn’t want kids of my own. Sure, it’d be cool as hell raising a child, but looking at the world today I would never do it. What kind of world would this poor child enter? What kind of future are we looking at? And top that with all the fears and fuck ups you have to live through just being a regular normal human being. No way I’d place another baby here. I’m simply not that sadistic.
I’m thinking about the child here, not about my pity self.
Let’s face one horrible truth: The child would suffer and face a future not worth facing.

Apparently, I’m a humanist, and the best thing would be if this whole godforsaken planet and all of its futile inhabitants got wiped off the map of the universe forever. That’s my humanism right there.

Back to topic. Global warming.
I really recommend you watching An Inconvenient Truth, an astonishing documentary on Al Gore‘s campaign to make the issue of global warming a recognized problem worldwide. Oh, if he’d been president…

Watch the movie. That’s the least one can do.

And so, to the end of history, murder shall breed murder, always in the name of right and honor and peace, until the gods are tired of blood and create a race that can understand.
George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright

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By the way, Living with the dying is a brilliant song by Night Sun, a 70’s progressive hard rock band from Germany that you really ought to check out. They only made one album, Mournin’ (1972), and it’s bloody amazing.



The U.S. Lynch Mob

Politics & Power Posted on Sun, January 07, 2007 11:21:35

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This was
actually happening in 2006. You’ve seen it all – and it was not a proper
execution, it was a dirty lynching instigated by a vicious mob.

Saddam was
– all of a sudden, without further due – to be executed. They didn’t even
finish the trials properly. And what a “trial” then… Did it conform to
international standards for a fair trial? No way. Mock trial is the only word
for this shit.

So why the
sudden rush to execute this monster? Simply because by doing the only right
thing – sentence Saddam to a lifetime imprisonment and thus being able to
distinguish between lies and truth through thorough questioning (not through
torture…) – would reveal war criminals on the “wrong” side of the track. Those
in power would have been forced to open up. Be sure they are sighing in relief
now that most of their war crimes won’t ever have to be brought to court… Their
propaganda and distractions can continue. Israel
and USA are already marching
towards Iran.

In the
words of Manuel Garcia, Jr:
There is
no doubt that Saddam was guilty of great crimes, and any truly independent
tribunal would have found him undeserving of retaining his liberty. A victory
for the world public would have been a judgment requiring Saddam to reveal all
the details of his career, during the course of a lifetime imprisonment.
Historians and prosecutors in many countries would work from this record to
winnow the truth from the lies, and to then enable the many agencies making up
our international system of justice to pursue other perpetrators implicated in
the tale.

The quick execution of Saddam Hussein is not simply “victor’s
justice,” it is a demotion in a Mafia-style re-organization, the
elimination of capo fallen from grace, to protect the power elite from any
exposures that would threaten its control.

Because
that’s what it’s all about: control, power, money…
You should know the drill by
know. US of A sure do.

Full
article here.



False media – We don’t need it do we?

Politics & Power Posted on Sun, December 17, 2006 00:40:17

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Public Enemy sure as hell got a point there.
And Noam Chomsky put it this way:
If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we
don’t believe in it at all.

I got mad and furious the other day when I read the newspaper.

Teacher gave speech at anti-Semitic conference“.

I guess you’ve heard of it.
The teacher, Jan Bernhoff, now branded as a “Holocaust teacher” (he’s
not even teaching history, he’s teaching computers…), is now temporarily
suspended from work, and the city of Stockholm,
his employer, wants him gone for good. However, that will be hard since he gave
this speech on his spare time.

Let’s just say he was teaching history then. Is it unappropriate of him doing
that considering his personal viewpoints? Let’s say he doesn’t agree 100% with the
established history of the holocaust that occurred in Rwanda instead… Or
let’s say he’s a christian teaching religion. Is he unsuitable as a teacher?
You digest that for a second.

People get upset by him visiting this conference, and that’s merely
because they don’t know what they’re talking about, and they certainly don’t
know what he is talking about.

So, let’s see what’s wrong with all this crap.

The conference in Teheran is NOT anti-semitic. That’s just the easy way
out, told by uneducated people scared to face the horrible facts.
Sure, there are most certainly those visiting this conference who share a common hatred
against the Jews, who have racist opinions and who would prefer that Israel
was nuked to oblivion and so forth, but again – the conference is not anti-semitic.

The newspapers are very eager to mention that David Duke, ex-KKK leader,
took part in this conference, and they also manage to mention Robert Faurisson because
of his skepticism regarding the established version of the Holocaust (not mentioning his constant fight
for your right to express yourself in whatever context possible without being
put to jail for it…), but no one mentions the Rabbis, the orthodox Jews, in the
audience. One can see that for himself by looking at the photos, but people
rarely do any thinking by themselves nowadays…

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Orthodox Jewish viewpoint,” said British Rabbi Ahron Cohen. “We
certainly say there was a Holocaust… But in no way can it be used as a
justification for perpetrating unjust acts against the Palestinians.”

http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/6490BD25-3FFA-4E7D-9D1F-D3A23F7E84DF.htm

When the papers write “the revisionists are denying the Holocaust, they
are Holocaust deniers” it comes across like revisionists and skeptics claim it didn’t happen, when in fact they are merely questioning the facts that we’re given today, and for
that they are being sent to jail.

It is obviously a crime to ask questions. That is the horrible truth.

The conference makes it possible to have a serious open debate about the
Holocaust. That has not been the case earlier on because skepticism regarding the
Holocaust has been a crime for over 60 years – and still is in a lot of “democratic” countries.
Don’t believe me?
Are you willing to learn some hard facts?

There are
no easy answers. You’ll have to do some reading, some research and some
thinking for yourself instead of relying on speculations, rumours, hearsay and
what you think you know about the
Holocaust.
Ask yourself: What did I learn in school and what have I learned since then? Not much, right?

First, you should learn the difference between anti-semitism and
anti-zionism.
Second, check out the site http://www.jewsagainstzionism.com/.
Third, learn the basic facts about Holocaust revisionism and always keep
them in mind. Do it here.
Fourth, read about the relationship between Israel
and USA,
and its connection with the Holocaust. Try this page.
Fifth, get a hold of the book The Holocaust Industry by Norman
Finkelstein
and read it.
Sixth, look up what has happened to David Irving, Germar Rudolf and other people who’ve dared to question the official version of
the oh-so-holy Holocaust. (Hint: Expressing a different opinion regarding the
Holocaust than what’s written in the history books equals jail.)
Seventh, ask yourself: How many Jews died in the Holocaust? Six million,
right? Then ask yourself: How many german civilians died? How many gypsies? How
many homosexuals? You don’t know? You don’t have a clue? Hmm… You should learn
some real history, baby.
And you should learn how zionist forces use lobbyism
to gain monopoly using the term Holocaust. Mind you, in their eyes there’s only one Holocaust. Forget about the Turks eliminating millions of Armenians, forget about Pol Pot in Cambodia, forget about Stalin and Rwanda

Damn, I could continue with this list for weeks.

So let’s
have a look at some hard facts instead.
Remember, history is revised all the time,
every day, and history
always has to be re-written as we go along exploring new facts, getting more information and learning new things. Pretty obvious, isn’t it?

The Holocaust
story is drastically different if you look back some 50 years, but even today
some “facts” are still being told in history books and newspapers, even though they
have officially been dismissed as facts a long time ago – even by established historians.

Examples:

1. On May 12th, 1945,
a few months after the liberation of Auschwitz, a Soviet State
Commission reported that not less than four million people were murdered there. This number was
displayed at the Auschwitz State Museum until 1991, when it was lowered to 1.1
million. So, from four million to one million overnight…
Of course, this doesn’t lessen the gravity of the crime (remember the basic revisionist claims?) – even one
murdered is one too many – but it makes one hell of a difference when talking
politics.

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I bet you still wander around with that six million figure in your head…

2. When
writing about the concentration camps, newspapers very often use the term extinction camps. Not too long ago one of the largest newspapers in Sweden referred to Dachau as an extinction camp where people
were gassed to death.
Here’s two links to well known (non-revisionist) sites admitting that there were no
gassings in the Dachau
camp. It’s an established fact. And people have been sentenced to death for
this, because witnesses have lied about massgassings in Dachau.
http://motlc.learningcenter.wiesenthal.org/pages/t016/t01679.html http://www.holocaust-history.org/dachau-gas-chambers/

Also note that the death statistics for Dachau today are estimated to 32,000. Compare that to the sign outside the camp asking visitors to remember the 238,000 people who died in the camp… It was there for many years. It was completely wrong.

The photos…

Read the
revisionist basic claims
again. Revisionists do NOT claim that there weren’t any
deaths in the war. People died horrible deaths. They were slain, executed, died
of illness, starvation… No doubt about that. No one has ever denied that either,
and if they do they’re just plain stupid.

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Why is it
forbidden by law to examine the earth where people claim there are massgraves? Why don’t they allow
people to investigate all the archives that have been closed for sixty years?
Wouldn’t
that be a good way to get rid of all this controversy? In
short, why can’t we let historians do their research like they always do?
Well, it’s certainly not happening…

If you
accuse a whole nation of the most horrific crime in the history of mankind,
then we must of course commence the most thorough investigation of the crime
scene ever. How strange it hasn’t happened yet.

What’s the
point with all this Holocaust revisionist stuff?

The swedish
online magazine Kulturen wrote something interesting the other day.

“Som den
israeliska journalisten Tom Segev visat har den specifika berättelsen som
Israel byggt upp kring andra världskrigets judeförföljelse, där omkring 6
miljoner judar mördades, medfört att dagens israeler anser sig vara offer för
utrotningslägren i betydligt större utsträckning än den generation som faktiskt
utsattes för dem
. Förintelsen har, enligt dessa synpunkter, således kommit att
inkorporeras som en del av staten Israels berättelse om sig själv.”

In short: The Israel citizens (of Jewish origin) of today seem to claim to be even
more affected by the Holocaust than the generation of people who were
there and took part in the actual Holocaust.

There you have one point out of many. Reading The Holocaust Industry you’ll come up with a lot more if your mind is not all
crooked and corrupt.
(Note: Förintelseindustrin is available in Swedish, published by Ordfront)

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Do you think
all of the above are the opinions of nutcases? Think again and get your facts
straight.

“Eisenhower’s
Crusade in Europe is a book of 559 pages; the
six volumes of Churchill’s Second World War total 4,448 pages; and de Gaulle’s
three-volume Mémoires de guerre is 2,054 pages. In this mass of writing, which
altogether totals 7,061 pages (not including the introductory parts), published
from 1948 to 1959, one will find no mention either of Nazi “gas
chambers,” a “genocide” of the Jews, or of “six
million” Jewish victims of the war.”

Richard Lynn
Professor Emeritus,
University of Ulster
http://www.rlynn.co.uk
http://www.rense.com/general69/porof.htm

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The biggest problem here lies in the fact that when questioning the
Holocaust you might be accused of doing the dirty work of the nazis. On the other
hand, if you support the official version of the Holocaust – not questioning the obvious myths and lies – you support zionist hatred and violence.
Or you simply don’t care at all about these things. It’s your choice.
However, I
despise both nazis and zionists equally. I’m all in it for the
truth.

“Facts do
not cease to exist because they are ignored”
as Aldous Huxley once so
truthfully said.

This is probably just the first post of many dealing with this highly
controversial subject. If you want to read more of my writings (in Swedish) on this subject I
recommend you follow this thread from beginning to end:
http://www.armbell.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=123&mforum=closeup

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One last note:

In the early days you got punished or executed if you denied God.
Galileo Galilei – the father of science, modern astronomy and modern physics – was forced to abjure, on his knees in front of the mighty Inquisition, his heretical views that the Earth moves around the Sun.
We
haven’t evolved much since then, have we?

PS. Jan Bernhoff’s speech is available here for download. You go ahead and find the alleged anti-semitism in there… Good luck.

PPS. Headline quote taken from the Public Enemy song Don’t believe the hype.



The war on/in Iraq

Politics & Power Posted on Mon, December 11, 2006 21:00:01

WARNING:

This post
may steal some of your precious TV-time. Or the time spent drinking beer in
bars. Or the countless hours you spend with MySpace, waiting in line for
recognition…

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”Oh my God,
not another text about the war in Iraq!”, I hear you christian sheep moan.
“Why aren’t there more?”, is my reply. There sure as hell should be. Each and
everyone of us in the Western World should sit down, read the relevant facts,
think them through, analyze and criticize and then write something about it –
so we at least know what the fuck is going on.

We need
enlightenment to make the necessary connections. We need to know about the
neocons and their thirst for power and blood. We need knowledge about the seriously
unhealthy relationship between Israel
and USA.
There’s tons of trash we need to sort out and it’s gonna take most of your
precious TV-time. Sorry about that.

But hey,
I’m really writing this for myself, to collect my own thoughts and sort out
relevant information amongst my billions of bookmarks… So when I say “You might
want to read…” below, I’m actually saying “I, Mattias Pettersson, really should
read…”.

So now you
know. So here we go.

First, you
might want to read “The rise and and decline of the neo-cons” published in Asia
Times Online. This essay gives the necessary background on the
neoconservatives’ march to power and pain.

You may
then continue with “How Neoconservatives conquered Washington – and launched a war” published
on the Antiwar.com site.

For a fresh
opinion, a newsflash and a short history of neoconservatism: read Gary Kamiya’s
brief but well put together article simpy entitled “Neoconservatism – RIP”.

For fairly
straight facts about the war in/on Iraq, click here for the Aljazeera
version.

And as a
reminder, here’s all the gruesome Abu Ghraib files – 279 photographs and 19
videos from the Army’s internal investigation record (check the left column).
Shocking truth.

If you’re
into fat, well written, thought provoking books then read on just a bit
further.

George
Packer
, a liberal intellectual who supported the invasion of Iraq, has
written an excellent book which shows how not all journalists are close minded
scum writing on behalf of somebody else’s truths. Packer was truly convinced
that the invasion had good intentions, but the book shows how these intentions
went terribly wrong.

I haven’t
had the time to finish this one (far from it…), but just by skimming through
the pages you get the idea that this man is here for the truth in all its
honesty and he’s prepared to change his mind if his beliefs turn out to be
false.

Read an
extensive review of his book Assassin’s Gate: America
in Iraq

here.

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The photo above is taken from AfterDowningStreet.org and shows war as it really is, not like the censored version we see on TV or in Saving Private Ryan. No matter how strange this may sound to you, I’m telling you straight: Some people don’t know what a war looks like.

And now
I’ll just go listen to some mindbashing metal. Because I’m worth it.
Grotesque:
In The Embrace of Evil



Censorship – Frank Zappa

Politics & Power Posted on Tue, December 05, 2006 11:29:47

Censorship
as a way of leading the blind. It’s a dangerous thing.

You might think you live in
a land where freedom of speech rules, and that Europe
is all good on this topic. You probably think you’re ok with me cursing on
censorship. Well, think again, homeboy.
As I dive deep into the depths of darkness of censorship you may have to revise
your opinions. You may come to hate me for what I write because it may
challenge your mind and what you believe is true… The paper edition of Ny
Moral #2 will deal with this more thoroughly.

Now…
Frank Zappa – you may or may not like his music, but I strongly advise
you to check him out in these extraordinary clips. They are 20 years old, but
what he says in CNN’s Crossfire is still valid today – if you stretch
the subject just a tiny bit. I will develop my ideas on this topic later on of
course.

So, here’s 10 minutes of
coolness and the perfect use of common sense

And some months later Frank
came back with a vengeance, talking about sex…

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If you want to download
these clips to your hard drive, try copying the links and then visit this site.
Or else I’ve got the first
one for you right here.