Friday, 11 September 2015

More, More, More

The current crisis in Europe fills me with a weary despair. Putting aside the issue of potential ISIS infiltrators and so on, the site of hundreds of thousands of desperate people being added to the pre-existent millions, all prepared to work in shit jobs, live in shit accommodation, do whatever it takes to cling to life, and all the while no doubt procreating is not likely to fill those who find themselves on this blog with joy.


American readers may wonder why I go on about this so much, but bear in mind that your country has one of the lowest population densities in the world, heck you even have a Witness protection scheme that assumes your country is big enough to disappear in. Such schemes would be extremely difficult to operate in Europe.

But anyway, nihil novi.....

 

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  1. Señor Karl, as usual the situation in Europe is very complicated. You are right to be worried. In my opinion the European elite countries do not want to solve this problem,I mean Germany,France,United Kingdom and the U.S. do not care about it. Besides, dont you find strange that with all the technological power that the US have in the Middle East they cannnot root out the ISIS? One aspect that maybe Paraguay has with England is that specially Asuncion is overcrowded and there is no way you can disappear. One example, some time ago a Brazilian doctor,Roger Abdelmassih,called Doctor Horror in Brazil came to Asuncion. He was sentenced to 278 years in prison for raping 52 women and apart from raping his victims, he inseminated them with his semen. He thought he could disappear here. Big mistake. They got him. And as you say nothing new. Take care of yourself. Raul

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    1. I remember this, it was all over the news, Raul

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  2. I'm sure your good buddy Mr. Mean Spirited, whose blog you frequently comment on, has some good ideas about gas chambers to fix your problems with immigrants.

    Love

    Your old pal

    Giordano

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    1. Giordano, good to hear from you again, old pal.

      (Sorry to disappoint you, but Mr. Mean-Spirited has never advocated bureaucratic solutions to any problem whatsoever; the blog is as opposed to Nazis as it is to immigrants, two ends of the same monster of cultural destruction.)

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  3. Glad you write again. Be safe

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  4. We could've been anything
    That we wanted to be
    And it's not too late to change
    I'd be delighted to give it some thought
    May-be you'll agree that we really ought
    Two, three, four

    We could've been anything
    That we wanted to be

    Yes, that decision was ours
    It's been decided we're weaker divided

    Let friendship double up our powers

    We could've been anything
    That we wanted to be
    And I'm not saying that we should
    But if we try it, we'd learn to abide it
    We could be the best at bein' good guys

    Flowers of the earth
    Who can even guess how much
    A real friend is worth?
    Good guys, shake an open hand

    Maybe we'll be trusted
    If we try to understand
    No doubt about it
    It must be worthwhile
    Good friends do tend to make you smile

    We could've been anything
    That we wanted to be
    Yes, that decision is ours
    It's been decided we're weaker divided
    Let friendship double our powers

    You give a little love
    And it all comes back to you
    (La la la la la la la)
    You know you gonna be remembered
    For the things you say and do
    (La la la la la la la)

    You give a little love
    Andit all comes back to you
    (La la la la la la la)
    You know you gonna be remembered
    For the things you say and do
    (La la la la la la la)
    (Repeat and fade)

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  5. Oh my! Where is that comic book from? Looks like it'd be fun to read and perhaps has an excellent story?

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  6. Europe is doomed. But Europe deserves to be doomed.

    The Europeans brought this upon themselves. Whether it is fostering single-parents or furthering immigration, you can’t help subcultures without harming the culture as a whole. You can’t create a European welfare state without destroying the entire system itself.

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    1. As Geert Wilders said, you either have immigration, or you have a welfare state. Muslims have large families, by the way, up to 10 people often. Their birth rate is way higher than that of native europeans, which also means that in a few decades, they will dominate Europe -- for the worse.

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  7. Señor Karl,
    I read many times Señor Mr.Mean Spirited´s blog. In his view not only Europe is doomed but also the entire humanity. Let me say that gas chambers are old fashioned as it was for Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler when he wanted to expedite the killings because execution by firing was too tiresome for his dedidcated SS men. Unfortunately one way or the other someone is going to suggest spraying chemicals to the immigrants by using drones or using genetic weapons. More horror is coming to this planet. Raul from Paraguay

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  8. Part of what makes this refugee crisis depressing is how it constantly fills televison screens day in day out, but practically nobody we know knows any one of these refugees as an individual live human being-in all their despair and hope and all the stuff inbetween. So they come across on the screen almost like hordes of aliens, nothing like us in our individual despair/disgust at what we see around us. I am not even that worried about whether ISIS come across through the same channels as the refugees-that seems more like a right wing scare story designed to engender a lack of sympathy than anything else and I would hope a lack of sympathy came more naturally to us, with less hysteria attached to it. Anyway ISIS seem to work their capitalist/corporatist magic best in societies which are simpler, because when the boundaries and rules in simpler societies break down they break down in such a way as neither society nor the rules that work to retain a fig leaf of civility recover atall well for a very long time. I don't know of it is a good thing that the 'off' button in life, the practicalities of suicide, is a lot harder to use than the 'off' button on a television, but at least one of those buttons is easy to use to help us temporarily manage how we feel.

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  9. Rafael,
    I forgot that it was big news in Brazil. That guy thought he was safe. Clearly he had money to get protection. But Asuncion is overcrowded, polluted where there is no respect for privacy or confidentiality. For someone famous like him, there was no way to escape from Interpol. It was different in the 50s when Dr.Josef Mengele, the Angel of Death, was hiding here. Asuncion was only a village or when SS Captain Eduard Rotschman, the Butcher of Riga accused of executing 80,000 people, was located here in 1977 in a public hospital where he died.
    I think that those in power in Europe are using the immigrants as scapegoats by exploiting their hopeless situation. The powerful are using them to divert the Europeans´attention. Regarding ISIS, how is it possible that this so called caliphate army is not rooted out? The US have drones, satellites scanning the whole planet in seconds, the CIA, the NSA,the Green Berets,the SEALS,a powerful Navy in the Persian Gulf,bases in Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iraq, private military contractors,that´s to say, mercenaries,etc. More and more horror is coming. Wretched humanity. Raul

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  11. But seriously its quite the spectacle and makes you think. Glad thats not me.

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  12. Hey, Karl. I was starting to get worried a little, so it's a relief you've written another post. Yes, the prospect of people reproducing does never fill me with joy -- wherever that be. Had they stayed in their places of origin, the breeders coming over here would have been breeders as well. However, personal knowledge is why I don't fear from these arrivants: as many other of his displaced acquaintances, my father has had far less children than his siblings who stayed in their home country. And as for my siblings, they are found on the negative side of replacement. Of relatives born in the eighties among my extended family in Belgium , those not born of an immigrant parent have collectively even higher fertility than those who are. (Of those born after the eighties, no one at all has yet reproduced.) This is reassuring (in a relative sense of course), because the unknown is fearsome.

    I also want to express my disappointment about how no one treats the crisis as an opportunity to advocate antinatal policies right now. Don't want unintegrated masses breeding like rabbits on lush soil? Given that most native Europeans do not reproduce at or above replacement rate, this situation should be encouraged for everyone, as a matter of equality.

    I find it odd how on one hand it's "genocidal" to actively reduce the fertility of another people, but on the other hand it is completely legitimate to actively outbreed them.

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    1. Hi, Bazompora,

      Glad to hear from you, as your radio silence was worrying me a little too.

      Thanks for the reassuring info concerning your personal family. It will be interesting (if that's the word) to see how things unfold. I find it compelling, as there are so many forces and interests at work in this that its complexity is enough to bring on a headache.

      And yes, bar the odd malcontent questioning the desirability of procreating in war zones, no one is using this as a platform for AN.

      This link below is the most interesting thing I've seen/read on the reality of it all. It addresses the unspeakable question: where will all these people live? It shows the poorest Germans being turfed from their homes to make way for refugees. And this is from a left-wing tv station so can't be accused of 'racism' etc


      http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a65_1441034785

      Of course, there are many governments, regimes, banks, organisations profiting handsomely from all this. It is a dire world we live in, as if that were news!

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    2. Karl, i stumbled about something which will increase your vitality and lust for life:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0rWNp5kMBc

      I heard about this before vaguely. But now with all the comments under the video, it seems true and common practice in afghanistan and some surrounding regions and lands.

      I try to remove it from my brain, but the seen can't be unseen right? The only weapon i have, is to dissipate and deviate until i forget it.

      In where the hell did we get roped into? Why do they have to suffer all this?

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    3. Well ... the Ancient Greeks did the same, so I guess that makes it all civilised. But I wouldn't presume the practice to be "common" when it is only reported of men in positions of public authority.



      Karl,

      I don't believe any group has a monopoly on racism. Though I also don't believe racist expressions automatically invalidate a point made. So, regardless of the messenger, the way this crisis is dealt with by the EU and its member states is troublesome. It's like everything is done to create the greatest amount of friction. In fact, for the EU member states combined, this shouldnt even be a crisis. If refugees were swiftly spread out over the entire territory, their presence wouldn't cause noticable change. But instead, the EU has its Dublin Regulation causing the inbound stragglers to coalesce into hordes. This is further exacerbated by member state after member state fencing off frontiers, which funnels these hordes through a few breaches, with the result of specific regions being overrun. The real crisis is beyond the EU's borders and there shouldn't be one within if not for these measures. But it doesn't get more dubious than in the case of Germany: in the past, it lead the race to the income bottom, which also saw the revival of extremism. Now, its governing class is intentionally concentrating a small million of destitute Asians within its empoverished society. And from what you've shown, they even use it as an opportunity to evict homeless natives, which is sure to exacerbate ethnic tension. It seems their government is using the able refugees as a justification to cut long-term government spending on the poor and propel competition for sweatshop labor. Ensuing tensions then serve to further divert from the dismantling of the welfare state, a tactic of which I suspect the EU member states confounded: fanning xenophobia to make the people care less about the hazardous TTIP and its multinational exceptionalism that is being forced upon us.

      As to why I am rather absent this year: you probably heard about the failed coup in Burundi in may? Oh yes, it had Western backing: Belgium openly diverted monetary aid for elections to rebels called "the opposition", A French newsgroup alternated images of peaceful protesters with police firing at offscreen armed lynch mobs, Human Rights Watch condemned the apprehension of blood libelists and the US hosted the radio from which the overthrow of the government was prematurely declared. Had it succeeded, another bloody war would have displaced hundreds of thousands as it had in the past for Burundi. But as the remnants of the putch have shifted to terrorist strategies, my attention has been quite preoccupied by the geopolitical implications for that country.

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    4. Interesting analysis. If true, it would seem the Germans are bent on national suicide if they are trying to dismantle the welfare state while simultaneously opening the borders.

      What puzzles me is that 8 weeks ago Merkel on public tv reduced a Palestinian asylum seeker to tears by saying 'We can't save everybody' and now she has opened the gates to all. Who is pulling her strings, I wonder?

      I've emailed you personally about Burundi.

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    5. Thanks. And yes, anywhere from a single family to 'thousands' of refugees was too much for Merkel, but nearly a million isn't. The former is only bad for xenophobia, but the latter is good for an internal third world nation to which wages will adopt. And objections with either will be dismissed as racism, regardless of whether a good reason just arose.

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    6. "I find it odd how on one hand it's "genocidal" to actively reduce the fertility of another people, but on the other hand it is completely legitimate to actively outbreed them."

      An excellent point, seeing as birth is so very much more damaging to sentient life than birth control...

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  13. Señor Karl,
    I undertand your concern about this huge migration in Europe. You live there. But let me tell you that the worst has not come. You see, in Spain there are between 80,000 and 100,000 Paraguayans living there, in Germany probably 7,000 and scattered around Europe much more, I suppose. I heard that in London there is a big community. Only in New York 7,000 more or less and in Miami I think many more. Here migrants usually go to Argentina where there are 1,000,000 Paraguayans and Brazil with probably 400,000. By reading these numbers you clearly see that my fellow countrymen and women are excellent copulators. The thing is that there is already a silent invasion by my countrymen. Our population amount to 6,800,000 more or less. To even talk about antinatalism means you will end up in a dead end. Babies are a God-given gift,so many say. I am very lucky to find a blog like yours. Please keep the blog going. Raúl from Paraguay.

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  14. Finally, some basic civility is coming to the rainy fascism island run by Prime Minister Pigfucker

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  15. I am living in the middle of America and feel sick and stifled. I live in a typical suburb where families are packed side by side like squished sardines. I wish I could be surrounded by trees and green hills and not houses and screaming children. It's impossible to get privacy and quiet around here. Space is running out in the world. When I bought my fish tank, common sense told me how many fish to put in there. I kept the number limited so that each individual could have their own space and be healthy. It's important to use restraint and good sense when deciding how many fish can comfortably live in a tank. This world is our fishbowl. It is packed to the brim with "fish" and those fish are determined to keep breeding. If the human race is this stupid, it should have died out long ago

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