Monday, August 31, 2015

White Guilt stops at the Šumava

In continuing our series about Best Europe, and how they have the shocking propensity to not lay down and die before the ever-deserving hordes of the global south, we move west from Slovakia into their former partner, Czechia. Per Andrea Dudik and Lenka Ponikelska's article for Bloomberg, Czech President Milos Zeman recently said the following:
“Of course I would wish for the EU to strengthen its borders, but I don’t see any real action, Therefore I believe the Czech Republic should take of its borders alone and expel illegal immigrants from the borders, including with the use of the army.”
If this prescription sounds familiar, it might be because I myself suggested the same not too long back. It tells you all you need to know about the decadent West that the proposal by a country's leader that they should use their army for the sole legitimate purpose for which armies exist is considered international news. Bravo President Zeman for not hating your own people!

In a world that rejects white identity, Best Europe rejects the world. Let us all learn from their example.

You Will Never be the "Cool Conservative"

Just don't try. Bruce Jenner has done more for the Left's goals of promoting deviance in this country than a whole busload of Black Lives Matter, and yet even he is treated as an ignorant child as soon as he shows a conservative viewpoint. Ali Elkin of Bloomberg Politics did the unthinkable, that is, watched an episode of Mr. Jenner's new show, I am Cait, and provided quotes like the following:
"Caitlyn is a person of tremendous privilege and power," Boylan says. "I'm a little afraid of what's going to happen when she meets a lot of transgender people who don't have the privilege that she has had." 
 "Cait thinks that because she read a couple of pages in a book that she's in the know, but she doesn't get it. She doesn't realize how common sex work stories are. She could never understand how it would feel to walk in those shoes. If she's going to be our representative, Cait needs to learn the struggle we all face."

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Slovakia Knows Who They Are...

...why don't we? From the BBC:
"Slovakia says it will only accept Christians when it takes in Syrian refugees under a EU relocation scheme. [...] Interior ministry spokesman Ivan Netik said Muslims would not be accepted because they would not feel at home. [...] "We could take 800 Muslims but we don't have any mosques in Slovakia so how can Muslims be integrated if they are not going to like it here?""
Slovakia, like most of Central Europe, had to hold on to its culture through waves of migration, invasion, and attempted violent cultural conversion. Thus you'll notice an unstated premise in Mr. Netik's words that you would be hard pressed to get from a Western European. Slovakia is Christian, and they are not looking to change faiths or to apologize for that fact. An American would snivel when saying those words, as though he were a naughty little schoolchild, but Mr. Netik merely speaks the truth and expects it to be accepted.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Pravda on Primetime: GOP Debate Part 4

See my dissection of the first GOP debate at Parts One (Primetime) and Two (Happy Hour) of this series. See also my answers to the Happy Hour debate questions in Part Three.

In this last of Pravda Zvíťazí's four part series on the first Republican debate, I will face off against the questions posed the top tier candidates in the Primetime debate. The rules will be the same as last time:
  • No time limit.
  • No research.
  • Words fall as they may: Spelling and omitted articles may be fixed, but what's said is said.
  • Two paragraph maximum.
  • Questions in quotes, my answers in bold.
That said, let's begin!

The Goku Disease

Today's dose of leftist insanity had the added bonus of forever marring what were once warm memories from my childhood. At the University of Tennesee, per Tribune Media Wire, the Director of the University of Tennessee’s Pride Center (because in modern America, we promote the deadliest of the seven deadly sins) Donna Braquet has said the following:

Friday, August 28, 2015

GOP Debate Part 3: Pravda's Plan for America

See my dissection of the first GOP debate at Parts One (Primetime) and Two (Happy Hour) of this series. See also my answers to the Primetime debate questions in Part Four.

As promised, and delayed, for the edification of my readership, I have decided to answer each of the questions (insofar as it makes sense for me to do so) raised in the first Republican debate. My answers will be in bold. My ground rules are as follows:

  • Given that it takes much longer to type than talk, I won't be timing my answers. However, to simulate the time constraints laid upon the candidates, I will limit them to one, or at most, two paragraphs.
  • The debaters spoke without the benefit of notes. So will I. There will be no links within this text. Any citations made to any sources whatsoever will thus bear an equal chance to those cited in the actual debate of being wrong, and you are perfectly welcome to tear me apart for this.
  • Answers will be off the cuff. There will be no extensive editing of these paragraphs, sorting of sentences, or the like. Sufficient evidence of the above will be given by how much less polished I will sound. I'm man enough to face this.
  • You do not talk about Fight Club
  • Yes, I looked that last one up... rules begin now.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Tear Down the Laws to Get at the Devil

The great humiliation of Hillary Clinton continues apace, with the American adversarial court system getting caught in the crossfire. It has been obvious for some time that Senator Clinton, despite all the talk of inevitability, would not be getting the Democratic nod. The usual impregnable media shield that normally protects liberals has been notably absent from her these days. While apologies were, and still are made for her husband, Hillary's misdeeds are offered with far less spin than normal. It is quite clear that the former Secretary of State is highly disliked, and not just from the right.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Death to Whom?

How can "Death to America" be good for us? It depends who "us" is. I mean this very seriously. We are at a point in our culture that the old identities have frayed irreparably. As the country in which we were born turns ever more against our families, our blood, and our God, does "America" really still describe us? Even if so, for how much longer?

Eastern European rave Kazantip cancelled (organizers confirm)

What is the world coming to when you can't trust mafia-affiliated Russian drug-and-sex-fueled rave organizers to properly update you the status of an event? No, I'm not speaking of the Sea Dance Festival in Croatia. This is the summer Crimean rave KaZantip.

If you're a westerner and have heard of Kazantip, it's likely from the following Vice video:

This is actually the second, and edited, version but the gist is unchanged. (The original Vice video contained some brief references to things that could get them in legal trouble.)

Women, boats, beach, electronica music and alcohol. What's not to love? To make it even better there really is a partially-constructed nuclear power station where it's traditionally held. The plant was being built when the Chernobyl meltdown occurred and became abandoned after.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

The Deluded

Governor Kasich of Ohio, a man currently running for president, described illegal immigrants as "people who are contributing significantly." He is, of course, absolutely right. Illegal immigrants contribute greatly to domestic unemployment, crime, murder,disease vectors, and America's continuous decent into all new levels of low trust society. 

Here at Pravda Zvit'azi, we'd like to wish Governor Kasich the best of luck with procuring the Democratic nomination...

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Are They Wanted?

Take a second and read the article In Modern Ukraine, People of Color Need Not Apply by Mikhail Klikushin. Summarized, it details the downright awful and dehumanizing treatment of black people in the Ukraine. The actions taken by the Ukrainian people show that blacks cannot be considered part of their society, and are not wanted, no matter how they behave, or what they may be capable of contributing to Ukrainian society.

Reading this, I ask you, my reader, what you would wish to do about it? I strongly encourage you to formulate a response to this before moving on. I will wait.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Happy Hour

See my dissection of the rest of the GOP debate at Part One (Primetime) of this series. See also my answers to the Happy Hour debate questions in Part Three, and the Primetime questions in Part Four.

Unlike the later debate, the format of the Happy Hour debate was much more traditional, giving each candidate a minute, rather than thirty seconds, to reply to each question, and asking more of your standard policy fare. In short, it was somewhat boring, as you can see yourself from the transcript, or any video that Fox has copyrighted down yet.

The traditional debate, like many things in our society, is a throwback to Ancient Greece. If we actually wanted to judge the comparative merits of a candidates' plans, we'd let them communicate in writing, with recourse to citations. The whole idea of debating is a leftover from an earlier time when paper was expensive and literacy rare. As such this, like many debates, suffers from being a rhetorical contest that somehow bamboozles trained politicians into thinking its dialectical.

As a result of this, I can't rank the early crowd in the same way I ranked the 9:00 debate. Everyone spoke in the same wooden political fashion that they have since the truly talented American orators went to face off with their Athenian forebears in Limbo. Any logical statements made were couched in the buried assumptions that politicians so love, and thus will only be appreciated by those who share those biases. Yours may be completely different than mine, and thus you may find my list to be ridiculous. That's fine.

As nobody stood stylistically above or below the rest, I really have no recourse but to evaluate these candidates primarily on the issues. As I stand firmly miles away from the Overton window of American politics, can hardly be seen as in away representative of the opinions of the American voter. I'll try to restrict myself to the things that really ticked me off.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Post-Debate Wrap-up

See my continued dissection of the first GOP debate at Part Two (Happy Hour) of this series. See also my answers to the Happy Hour debate questions in Part Three  Part Four.

All in all, this was a very entertaining debate. While, at times, I wondered if I had managed to pick up the Israeli Prime Minster's debate instead, and it's never fun to see that the consensus position on the Middle East is that we need to face off against ISIS and Iran AT THE SAME TIME (because strategy is unworthy of 'Murica) there were still some reasons to hope. A full ranking and discussion of the candidates follows the jump.

Monday, August 3, 2015

Law and its Lack

We tend to imagine that the Presence of God would make a place strange, that the laws of nature would break down and the world would be undone. Maybe we're wrong. Maybe the paranormal, the strange, occur more when God is rejected

God wrote the law and set its boundaries. He called the universe, which He had so ordered, good. Satan, on the other hand, tried to cast doubt on this law from the very beginning. (Genesis 3:5) By causing man to fall, he managed to stain creation's perfection, and inched his claws through the door to our world.

So, in turn, is our era one in which man rejects Law: in so doing opening the gate to the abyss. Could even the worshipers of Molech imagine a horror such as this? Throughout the developed world the children of men hide, either physically or pharmaceutically rather than face the nightmare their lives have become. As the works of Lovecraft predicted, the absence of this universe's laws does not bring freedom, but madness.

We must reject rebellion. We must adhere to law. Without it, we are little more than playthings for what lies outside it.

"What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil? ... And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned round on you – where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat? This country is planted thick with laws from coast to coast, Man's laws, not God's, and if you cut them down – and you're just the man to do it – do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then?" 
A Man For All Seasons by Robert Bolt