Dawn of conflict



The establishment, which is not made up exclusively of socialists and neo-Marxists, seems to believe that Islam is the appropriate dogma to keep society in line. All true religions, especially Christianity, are therefore expendable, and the process of elimination appears to be underway at this present time. This would explain the official international horror regarding the New Zealand, Christchurch killings of 50 Muslims, as opposed to a sort of resigned attitude regarding the 359 Christians slaughtered in Sri Lanka. It would explain why nothing is being done to protect the Nigerian Christians who are being systematically wiped out. It would explain why the placed, pawn Pope turns a blind eye to this constant horror, and continues to welcome Muslim immigrants into Europe with open arms, Muslims amongst whom would certainly include potential killers of Christians.

The establishment, including the UN and the EU, can do all it can to persuade the gullible that Russia and China are dangerous enemies, but facts and trade agreements obviously contradict this. Like Eastern Europe, Russia, China and Japan will never accept imposed Islamisation. In spite of Russia's allies, of which Iran is becoming more problematic than valuable, curiously Russia's ties with Israel seem closer. This might also be why Russia is allowing Israel a large amount of leeway to carry out strikes to secure its border with Syria.

Unlike the EU, Putin and Trump are fully aware of the consequences should Israel ever fall. It would be enough to trigger off WWIII. Such a catastrophe would be followed by a massive surge for world domination by radical, if not 'non radical', Muslims in general. It's doubtful however, that they would be united. It would be a complicated, messy 'free for all'. The establishment would no longer be calling the shots. It would have no control over the thousands of autoproclaimed, Islamic warlords. The great powers would once more unite to defend their interests and cultural identity.

To feign blindness to our enemy is no longer possible. Those who still try, including the Pope, reveal themselves as absurdly false, hypocritical, puppet appeasers.

The burning of Notre Dame, no matter how it was caused, (although arson is more likely than not) should also be felt as a violent shake to wake up the western world from its apathy and passive torpor.


Questo è chi siamo. Questo è la nostra identità culturale difesa attraverso secoli di storia. Nonostante gli sforzi effimeri di coloro che sono privi di fede e d'integrità, che siano falsi, venduti rappresentati delle NU, dell'UE o persino del Vaticano. Che siano gli accoliti di un'illusione falsa, un dogma del settimo secolo, non riusciranno mai a negare chi siamo.


Text and lower image by Mirino. (With thanks for the use of top image) April, 2019.

Macronmania


Macronmania is quite wide spread, but naturally it's more concentrated in France. For one example, each evening the French are blessed with eager discussions about Him, as part of most French TV channel news bulletins. Apparently the subject is a limitless source for discussion. The knowing individuals invited to take part in such ear taxing exchanges are all certain that their personal opinion is the pure verity.

Obviously the mania applies also to Macron himself. His recent mania of touring the 'hexagon' doing his televised debate spectacles, for example. Local mayors were accorded the right to pose questions that he would appear to carefully take note of, before giving interminable discourses that seem to do more to mesmerise than impress his audiences.
During such debates no one would bring up subjects that might trouble the French President. The subjects were limited to local problems that they hoped the government would solve.

The motive of these endless debates, was to defuse the explosive anger of les gilets jaunes. It was however, a bad calculation. For over four months les gilets jaunes have been protesting. There have been deaths, many people have suffered from serious injuries. Properties and vehicles have been destroyed or badly damaged, and shops have been pillaged by those the French call casseurs.
During last Saturday's protests even Le Fouquet's, a famous and rather expensive Parisian restaurant, was targeted and damaged also by arsonist casseurs.

Castaner, the minister of the Interior, declared during the following parliamentary meeting that there was a problem of 'management'. He actually used the English word, perhaps to baffle the critics of what is left of the opposition. Whatever, it was ill chosen, obviously because it comes down to an admittance of his own guilt, simply because he is the manager.

Rather than organise a debate with the first concerned, Macron apparently prefers to go round the richer estates of those who, seemingly in his view, matter more. A fatal mistake. Les gilets jaunes are planning to establish their own political party, in order to be heard. All the negative consequences of the weekly demonstrations, might never have been as such, had Macron descended from his high horse, and proposed to organise a meeting with a delegation of les gilets jaunes, to try to finally reach some sort of understanding.
Clearly it is this disdain, mixed perhaps with fear, that angers the protesters more than anything else. It's this rehashed, class division that is constantly fanning the flames of their anger and frustration.

Incredibly Macron seems quite oblivious to this. The lack of respect he seems to have for ordinary people, for the nation he is supposed to represent, is made even more apparent by his having sneakily authorised his agreement to the UN pact, which constitutes signing away a degree of French sovereignty. The same applies to his signing an agreement with Merkel, concerning a joint, mythic European army. These commitments were made without any previous debate, without ever seeking to first obtain the approval of his electors, or a prior agreement with the leaders of any other European nation.

This, in fact, is the core of Macronmania, or Macron's megalomania. He has a mania of gazing at the stars. Not the galactic stars of the infinite cosmos that one might observe with wonder and humility. The humility one naturally feels when one is aware of how small and insignificant one is in relation to the vast universe. No, Macron gazes at the stars of the European flag. A meaningless, unimaginative flag that totally lacks any historical significance.
His aspiration was already apparent the day he was elected President of France. He made sure it was primarily embellished by this meaningless flag. By this was he not giving priority to an ideology, including the federalisation of Europe, far above the reality and cultural identity of the nation that elected him President?
Not long ago he wrote his famous letter sent to all heads of European States, even going to the trouble of having it translated in as many different languages. The letter was not received as well as he might have hoped. 

When Macron publicly claims that nationalism is the opposite of patriotism, he makes a fool of himself. When he insults the Italians and tries to give moral lectures to member States of the Visegrád Group who defend their sovereignty and their individual constitutions, he not only reveals his inordinate disrespect, but he also shows how over eager he is in supporting the inane establishment's (UN, EU, etc.) ideology regarding immigration and globalisation.

Ironically this idea riddled with flaws like a boat full of holes, has started to sink. There is even a growing number of socialists who are beginning to feel that their feet are getting wet.
And when György himself prophesies that the EU will fail, unless the eurocrats start getting their act right, this is most significant, as well as curious. All more so coming from the multibillionaire who has spent many millions launching a boat full of holes.

If such is the case, there would be several thousands of gilets jaunes, millions of their supporters, and maybe as many millions of Europeans who would not be totally adverse to seeing Macron go down with it.


Text and image © Mirino. March, 2019 


Global warping

  


The global warming club, fearing that global warming is not quite as evident as they had predicted, (the temperature on the terrace here in Italy this morning, only 500 metres in altitude, and 30 km from the Mediterranean coast was -4°. In Moscow today it's -8°. Tomorrow the high is forecast to be -13°, the low -21°) have modified their climatic prognosis term that for them could augur the end of the world, to 'climate change'. This is a far safer term because it cannot possibly be repudiated.

(The word 'global', itself, is becoming ideologically overused. The UN keep plugging it, because such a useless nonentity desperately needs a new reason of being. The institution seems to have absurd illusions of grandeur about being amongst the elite leaders of the brave new 'global' order, wet firework myth).

To return to the subject of climate. Naturally climates change, according to geography, the seasons, moon phases, universal laws and natural phenomena far above the heads of mere pretentious mortals.
Let us take wine to illustrate an example. The product from grapes that rely on certain seasonal conditions. Some years for wine are truly excellent, others are really quite good, some are average. None are ever disastrous. Whatever the conditions, vineyards are lovingly cared for, and wine is made each year.

This has been the case since the Celts. They were already producing wine as far back as 400 BC, more than two hundred years before the Roman conquest. The Romans carried on the tradition obviously for very good reasons, then the monks took over, for the same good reasons. As far as one knows, there is no Celtic, Roman or monastical record of global warming, or climate change. Yet who knows? Perhaps there were times when self-proclaimed divinities predicted climatic catastrophes before they were dismissed as village-idiots and forgotten.

Hundreds of years later Samuel Pepys wrote in his famous diaries of how unusually hot it was in London during one particular summer. Pepys never jumped to the conclusion that this could mean that a global warming phenomenon was nigh, caused by excessive horse flatulence, and smog. He never referred to climate change. Although he had a weakness for women, he was nevertheless a devout Christian, and such faith gives one total confidence that Almighty Power knows what He (or She for the complexed) is doing, far better than modern day Parisians for example.
Failing to successfully grow cherry tomatoes on their balconies, Parisians might be more inclined to believe that such a failure underlines once more that mankind is now subject to a period of horrendous climatic catastrophes.

The Climate Change club predicted that the Antarctic icecaps would melt and consequently the sea level would rise. They also predicted that Europe and other continents would suffer from too much torrential rain. There's no evidence of any rise in the sea level, and we haven't had any rain in our area since October. True, this is abnormal, but it contradicts the dire Noah's Flood predictions of 'those 
who know better'.

How can one pretend to predict the unpredictable in any case? Today we have sophisticated means to be able to forecast the weather for a few days in advance. Yet in spite of this impressive technology, we still quite often get it wrong. If we get it wrong say four days in advance, how on Earth can we accurately predict climatic change years in advance?

(Perhaps one can make a comparison regarding the enormous errors of judgement concerning geopolitics, ideology, social and economical interests, cultural identity, human nature, etc. If 'those who know better' get it totally wrong regarding international politics and the evolution of human society in general, how can they possibly claim to be able to predict the workings of cosmic phenomena? Yet the same quasi self-proclaimed divinities are the ones who always make the most serious errors. Errors that constantly lead to tragic consequences. Sadly we are seeing such negative consequences caused by these pretentious financial and political morons at this present time).

To return to atmospheric conditions. We can certainly affirm that pollution has a negative effect. Although millions are raked off from the polluters, which seems to be more a pay to pollute scheme rather than a pay to invest in reducing pollution, nothing of any consequence has been, or is being done to reduce pollution.
It is still an unavoidable reality that the creation of energy also creates pollution. The energy of life itself. A mere fart is a modest example. Without forgetting carbon dioxide of course, (CO2) the natural by-product of cell respiration of oxygen (O2) which also produces water (HO2).


Electric powered cars are not the solution if it takes nine years for such a car to produce less pollution than a car powered by diesel fuel. The nine years takes into account the amount of pollution produced by making the batterie. Yet even that doesn't take into account the amount of pollution produced by a used battery when it has to be disposed of.
In view of the improvements made to automobiles every five years or so, how many people keep a car for nine years in any case? Before a car is four years old one has to have it technically controlled. Older cars have to be controlled every two years, if not less. In other words motorists are certainly not encouraged to drive cars older than eight years, at the most.

No doubt mankind will eventually find the solution to reduce pollution in an honest way for means of transport, and means to create industrial and domestic power, but in the meantime, the rife hypocrisy, the rip-off, the sacrosanct argument- 'we have a duty to save our planet for future generations', etc., when there's no real, effective solution as yet, and when OPEC is still making billions selling its plenteous resources of fossil fuel, should cease.
 

It's certain that mankind's destiny is also to reach the stars. Perhaps it will eventually be a necessity in order to survive. (The Noah cycle?) But it would be so nice to believe that our appreciation for our beautiful planet from which we still have so much to learn, will continue to increase to a point where much greater care is taken regarding all its forms of life and its natural resources.
Humility, which is far more a force than a weakness, is also necessary in order to be able to put things into realistic perspective, to fully respect the miracle of life, the extraordinary mechanism of the vast universe, and the sweet paradise confided to us for a relatively brief period of time.

This particular little corner of the planet, is certainly a sweet paradise. Each garden is cultivated with love and care throughout the seasons. Seasonal variations are naturally accepted by wise old gardeners who have absolute confidence in God, and the workings of nature.
They sow seeds, plant shrubs, prune their fruit trees and vines, harvest and gather also in function with the phases of the moon.
There are excellent years, quite good ones, and average ones, depending on seasonal weather conditions. This climatic evolution is naturally an essential part of the intrinsic beauty of paradise, where wine is made, olive oil is produced, and tomatoes, aubergines, etc., are religiously grown, every year.


  
I have referred to this subject before, here, also because it's a subject politically, financially and ideological exploited in a shameful and dishonest way. 'Those who know better' are trying to persuade the gullible that thanks to their care and attention, everything is under control, as long as the control is left entrusted to them, and as long as one is willing to pay the necessary price 'to save the planet for our future generations...'   
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Text and photos © Mirino. January, 2019