Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

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Just so you know who our enemies are

Here is an interesting review of a new book on Stalin and the Second World War. The review makes the case that Stalin was about to attack Germany when Hitler beat him to the punch. I have discussed this hypothesis before, (I can’t find the link), and the arguments made in the review serve to only further convince me of the truth of this argument. I began studying Operation Barbarossa when I was around ten years’ old, and one thing that always struck me was how many Russian armies had been caught in the initial couple of months of the campaign. When two huge armies are poised to strike at one another, it’s the one that gets the jump that will win.

But the point of this piece is not to argue the merits or otherwise of this idea. Rather, it is an introduction to a challenge that faces us today. In the 1930s and 40s, the advantage was that the leaders of the various sides were easily identifiable, even if in hindsight it appears that perhaps the Allies underestimated Stalin’s capacity for deception. But today, as the world seems ready to fall into another great cataclysm, just who are we fighting against? Who is on the other side? And who is leading them?

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Beyond Trump

In the past the endless false narratives from those purporting to be on our side used to confuse me. When I say ‘our side’ I mean the side of Christianity and Western civilization. That used to include political entities such as the Republicans in the USA, the Tories in Great Britain and the Liberal Party in Australia, all of which have now been completely converged. Of course, many people will continue to hold onto the vestiges of those entities, mostly because they feel that they have nowhere else to go. But when both sides are essentially playing the same tune, you’re never going to win.

I saw a meme the other day that nicely reflected this reality in plain action.

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The agony of pizza

I have stated in the past that I consider Roosh to be somewhat of an extremist. In his world view, something is great until it’s not anymore, and then it is an evil leading to sin. I first came to this viewpoint when he renounced caffeine. Apparently my single cup of coffee that I enjoy each morning was the worst thing ever simply because Roosh had allowed his own consumption to get wildly out of control.

This projection of his own inadequacies and weaknesses onto the rest of us has somewhat clouded my approach to his recent conversion to Christianity. And now he has written an article which takes this to even further realms of lunacy.

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Dear Western women: you are traitorous dimwits who must be spanked

Over at The Saker, Paul Craig Roberts decries the feminization of European men and their inability to stand up to the gangly hordes of turbaned invaders, much less be able to fight a war with Russia that NATO seems hell bent on provoking. He bases his piece on the two year old rant by Danish journalist Iben Thranholm where she identified men as being the problem because they aren’t men anymore. Even though he is a little late to the party, Roberts then also dutifully piles onto those pussified European men so as to not be out of step with the ladies.

Iben Thranholm says Western men have been deprived of strength and confidence by feminism.  All over Europe, white women of European ethnicity, French, German, Danish, Swedish are raped openly in public by the privileged people of color welcomed in by scum like Merkel, the corrupt French governments, the bought-and-paid-for Italians, the dumbshit British, and the white men just look away and walk on by. Not only has feminism deprived men of any sense of obligation to their women, they are scared to death of being arrested for offending a person of color by interfering with his rape of a white woman.  Indeed, in Scandanavia women are not only afraid to leave their homes, they are afraid to report their rape, because the police might charge them with a hate crime for claiming rape by a protected person of color. In Sweden the protection of Swedish women is so nonexistent that it is becoming a right for a person of color to rape a Swedish woman.  The treasonous governments, treasonous against their ethnic populations, will not confront the mistake they made by overwhelming their nations with immigrant-invaders whom they refuse to hold accountable. Therefore, they blame the raped white women.  And the Swedes are such sheep that they reelect governments that favor immigrant invaders over ethnic Swedes.

Well, allow me to retort.

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This has been going on for a while

John Wilder, he of the irreverent memes, has written a piece about the culture wars. His examples include Hollywood, bikini graphs and the boy scouts. The scouts have been dead for a very long time; in Australia the organisation began letting in girls in 1971. This is one of the contributing factors to why I got kicked out of the Cubs which was the feeder league for the scouts. I was trying to tie my scarf and some of the other cubs kept standing on my woggle, so I told them all to fuck off in a rather loud voice. At least, a loud voice for a 9 year old. Anyway, I got kicked out, which was probably my last chance to get molested.

The reason that admitting girls was a contributing factor in my eviction is because you always blame everything on the wymens. Simples.

Anyhoo, Mr Wilder included a few pretty pictures in his article, as is his wont, and one in particular caught my attention. See if it catches your attention too …

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Against Individualism

Kevin McCall weighs in on a discussion surrounding freedom. The broader theme seems interesting, as outlined in this quote:

There are two big ways to think about freedom: negative freedom and positive freedom.  Francis Berger has referred to these as “freedom from” and “freedom for,” respectively in several posts, such as this one.  These terms are useful because they clearly express the nature of each of these freedoms.  Freedom from is an absence of restrictions.  This is the most obvious type of freedom.  Indeed, most discussions of freedom only consider freedom from, particularly from a political point of view.  On the other hand, freedom for is more subtle.  Freedom for is internal; it is acting from within, from what Bruce Charlton has called the “true self.”

Freedom from, is an encapsulation of the godless, ‘do as thou wilt’, or in 1960s hippy terms, ‘whatever makes you feel good, man.’ It is superficial individualism contained within the System. But freedom for, is also very much an individualistic approach, as encapsulated in Charlton’s pieces on the theme of the true self.

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This week I banned one of the long term commenters on this site. He had commented on my France vs ANZACs article and this was the comment that he left:

“In the same week, alarmed at the rising risk of conflict on the Russian/Ukrainian border, a conflict that has been brokered and provoked by the United States, Paris and Berlin scrambled to head off the threat with strong diplomatic efforts to appease the Russians.”

This statement is simply a Putinist lie. Ukraine started nothing, and not tried to keep anything going. Neither did the US broker or provoke the conflict. The planning for the invasion of Crimea was going on back in 2010 and earlier. The statement is simply clownish in it’s stupidity and flies entirely in the face of all the evidence of what has been going on under the KGB mafia thug in Moscow.

If Russia was not responsible, then there is no reason why anyone should be trying appease Putin. Anyone paying attention notes the strong similarities between Putin’s actions and those of Hitler at Munich. Putin is everything he accuses the “Ukronazis” of being.

When I read his comment the penny finally dropped. He was a deliberate agitator, and he had been agitating for some years on my corner of the internet. The reason that I hadn’t sussed him out before was because he was not usually this obtuse and obvious. But it was also the weight of the many subtle distortions that he had previously written that enabled me to finally see the picture clearly.

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France vs ANZACs

Today is ANZAC Day in Australia and New Zealand, a day of remembrance and respect to those who have served in the armed forces of these two nations. April 25th was the day that ANZAC troops came ashore at the Gallipoli Peninsula as one of the spearheads of the allied attack in an effort to force the Dardanelles, knock the Ottomans out of the Great War, and link up with and relieve Russia.

The battlefield quickly deteriorated into trench warfare in the suffocating heat of a long Turkish summer. In early December 1915, the troops were quietly pulled away in the darkness of a moonless night without a single casualty. The Turks woke to find themselves victorious on a deserted battlefield.

A few days’ ago, an open letter was penned to the French parliament. Signed by twenty retired French generals, the letter is a plea for something to be done at the abject political and social state of the nation, and a warning that if the politicians continue to obfuscate then the military, past and serving members, might have to roll up their sleeves and step in.

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Playing catch up

There has been much commentary over the last couple of days concerning the Derek Chauvin trial and the terminal state of the US judicial system. The general line taken is that this was a political decision to convict Chauvin so that blacks would not riot and burn down Minneapolis. I have been rather bemused by all of the outrage surrounding this as the US has a rather long record of kowtowing to the diversity.

I mean, does anyone even remember OJ? That was almost 30 years’ ago, but it was more or less the same. The only difference in that case was that the black perp had to walk so that liberty and equality and all that guff. This time the black victim had to echo down through the ages so that, well, it’s the same old story, just different players. Oh, and L.A. still burned.

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Journalists are public enemy number 1

From The Other McCain, a report that journalists at a press conference in Minnesota wildly objected to the police chief’s use of the word riot to describe the behaviour of certain groups of individuals who had taken to lobbing large chunks of concrete in the general direction of bystanders, police and numerous pieces of private property. The term riot is obviously appropriate and accurate based on the footage of the events. And when you consider that the business of journalism is to report on events using common vocabulary as a communication tool, then the outraged objections of these journalists to correct word usage is particularly illuminating.

Many of us have known or at least suspected for some time that the noble art of the press is not so noble anymore, and that the only sanctity that pervades that institution is an inviolability towards the freedom to select ones’ own personal pronouns. But with Trump’s hijacking of the US presidency, journalists used that shocking upturning of their system to cast aside the very thin veneer of impartiality that they had previously retained as a sop to a time when the West’s collective institutions still had some degree of authenticity.

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