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Dr. Zhivago and the Muslim rape gangs (III)

Yes—but it is about race, really.

I know what you mean.

You mean that sex is about power and that races are about power—and so this is all tied up together.

So sex is politics—because politics is about power.

And also humans like to punish each other through sex and possession—through spite and malice.

To assert dominance.

So, for example, imagine a Caribbean plantation in the early 18th century, by candlelight the mistress of the house is tied up to the four-poster bed by her two chambermaids, both slaves, and one licks her cunt while the other twists her nipples in an act of revenge for all the beatings over the years…

So when you talk about “Muslim Asian rape gangs” this is the dynamic, transferred to men and women, so made more hardcore, that you’re thinking about right?

About the fact they carved “white slut” into their skin.

So what you think is “if we can get lots of people to feel this domination situation they’ll be outraged, and then they’ll overthrow the state—perhaps by voting for us, or something, actually I don’t have any ideas I just like to talk about this sexual fantasy and to say that it’s terrible.”

Perhaps you just get off on it?

Well, men don’t rebel over how women are treated—they rebel over insults to their self-respect, like when they’re demeaned in the media.

So the most you’ll achieve by saying “it’s about race” is some pogrom against Muslim Asians.

Which will change precisely nothing—probably kill and maim innocent people on each side.

And, in fact, it’s what the state wants—because it supports their narrative.

I’m not against interracial marriage—I just think fathers should have an absolute veto on who their daughter marries.

And I think that would result in effectively no interracial marriages—and in a responsibly run state there wouldn’t be immigrants anyway.

What this “race-sex” thought line encourages is jealousy and envy—sexual envy and jealousy.

Neither will change the state, because these don’t really motivate people.

And neither are noble sentiments to cultivate.

The problem is the feminisation—the cult of women (as innocent victims, when they’re not)—and the way men are incited to fight over them.

Homogenous nations emerged from de facto behaviour—it wasn’t planned from above.

If you have empowered fathers and women are owned by men then you get the pattern we used to have.

But we didn’t have that because someone said “our women” are now only accessible to “our group”.

That pattern emerged because individual men owned individual women—and the emergent behaviour is a nation.

It’s like immigration—people assume we once had laws that said “only English people in England”.

But we didn’t—we only put in laws like that in the early 20th century because people started to move about a lot.

There wasn’t much “immigration” before because you were more or less owned by your feudal lord and weren’t allowed to move.

We were really parochial—we had to enact dire penalties for people who robbed shipwrecks (hung, drawn, and quartered) because when a ship was wrecked in somewhere like Cornwall, far from helping the survivors, people would murder them all and steal their goods.

If you turned up in a village as a stranger there was a good chance you’d be murdered—there wouldn’t be anyone to look for you, like the police.

Unless your feudal lord had an interest, perhaps sent you on an errand, and took it up with the lord of the district where you disappeared, then nothing would be done.

To understand how restrictive our societies were, consider that in the 1200s in London there was a curfew at dusk, and people caught out of doors after then, “nightcreepers”, were punished.

No wonder there wasn’t much “immigration”—you barely left your own home.

People think that there was once a situation where “our women” were an off-limits national resource or that there were once strict and enforced immigration laws—neither ever existed.

Which means you live in a fantasy world.


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