Often, my art is the result of trying to make love to multiple souls to spite the one soul that I want to show love back but doesn’t. The build up of hate, love & sexual energy I encounter in this acidic rampage has to find an abstract way to release & express this frustration. My art is the child of this expression.
A lot of the time people argue their 'truth' because they ‘know’ it to be fact/right/reality. But does believing it benefit them in their environment? Are they doing themselves damage by 'knowing' these truths and, if necessary, conflicting to defend these truths?
What’s wrong with something in-factual being 'reality' if it promotes a more enjoyable 'reality' for somebody to believe it? If you believe it, is it really a point that needs to be expressed and lectured to ensure that others understand it?
Consider that we’re blessed with one life and question whether pursuing to educate others (in a position to educate themselves) is actually a worthwhile pursuit? Should there be (natural but albeit rare cases of) an apocalypse to multiple civilisations did your knowledge really help those that you taught? But to focus on your life and not others is a life that is not wasted! If these species is to survive it will do without knowledge.
In my opinion the only thing worth teaching is encouragement for people to live a life which will benefit themselves without intention to cause harm to others. For this is how we all intend to live, masked with the various structural ideologies we persuade ourselves are beneficial for all. - If all of these ideologies are kept personal and considered advancements for yourself then they are excellent, when tried to be applied to a group of people they lose their strength.
My argument heres is that maybe people should look inside more and focus on how these things they feel they believe effect their decisions and limitations in life rather than considering them reality and projecting them to others.
The silliness of death is a reality. If that’s the case then you should live freely and let no fact deter you from the necessity to allow fluidity, change, chaos, contradiction and conflict to take place. These are what life itself represent and to try and categorise these extremes and questions is a repression!
Fact is, some people use ideologies to benefit their realities, others let them DICTATE them!
I’m majorly inspired at the moment, even to the point that I’m not worried that I’m not spending as much time in the studio as I like. It’s so strong I’m confident as soon as I get in the chair shit just flows. My head has been in a bit of a spin lately, but it’s spun a yarn of artistic subconscious psychedelia that’s just flooding out like my soul is bleeding a spunk of expressive life. Feel like a true artist at the moment.
Some lyric/poetry is not to be taken at face-value & that’s where the character of the artist comes through. It’s like the heart speaking without the brain interfering & trying to translate it into something logical. Instead, sometimes, the raw and organic feeling is allowed to express itself freely. This is why some in lyrics you can’t understand the metaphorical message the artist is giving, but somehow you’re attracted to it anyway like your soul secretly understands it but your mind just can’t work it out yet.
- I speak to people at work daily who are 4 years younger than me who are registering births or marriages.
- 100% of my closest friends are in relationships.
- 80% of my friends surrounding me at work are in relationships.
- 2/3 of my closest friends have children.
And every time I get close to a girl I do something to fuck it up and have to put it down to gaining experience. Why do these people around me in life not have to go through these same experiences?
In my quest for ever-growing self knowledge I’ve stumbled upon gender identity and I’m currently reading ‘The Way Of The Superior Man’ by David Deida. One of the early pieces of advice given touches upon procrastination and how if your calling is telling you that you have to do something you should not hesitate and prepare yourself but to start doing it right now.
How can you do this when it comes to finding the ‘right’ girl? Do you keep working ‘the game’ trying many different women until one sticks? Do you try to pursue diligently with one you think you really like even if she’s not as interested as you’d like her to be? - Obviously from a logical standpoint you would think that if she’s not that into you then you should respect her and yourself enough to let her go. But from the perspective of being a man who should seek to obtain the things he wants in order to be the strongest version of himself, then obtaining love from a woman can become very frustrating.
I can almost recognise that somewhere in that last paragraph is a message to myself to understand that by placing “obtain the things” and “love from a woman” in the same sentence materialises love and makes it superficial. I think it’s important to understand that I’m quite bad at falling for my own idea of who I think a girl is before giving myself a chance to remain calm and collected enough to slowly get to know her and build up a relationship on a solid foundation. I tend to get infatuated too easily and try and rush girls into being with me which can make me seem needy and instantly lowers her interest in me. But does love not seem very stale without infatuation when a relationship is blooming rather than sustaining?
And if she might still be interested but just wants to take it slow, whilst you’re ready to see more of her and learn more about her, what then? Are you not betraying your core by waiting for her to decide when the time is right to spend more time together?
I guess, without forcing you to read between the lines, what I’m honestly saying here is:
1. Should I be spending my time being a man slut and fucking as many girls as possible until one comes along and one day we accidentally make love and we both click then. - The masculine approach that feeds sexual desire whilst further educating me in the subject for female psychology and sex.
2. Or, do I do as my more feminine side might say and continue to let my emotion bother me every time a girl comes into my life? False love could one day bloom into real love & I’m afraid of ruining any chances of that if I move onto another girl too quickly or not show the girl I’m interested in that I’m so interested. This option is also very inspiring for music and writing.
As a predominantly masculine thinker, the first option of course looks more logical, but is it denying the fact that I actually crave the feminine idea of instantaneous passion and bonding? I think this idea of finding a soulmate and instantly clicking is the achilles heel in my masculinity, it’s a very feminine way of thinking and may be letting me down as I seek a very feminine companion who wants to be ravished and showing femininity to her so early may be making her feel that I’m not the strong masculine figure she thought I was - when really I am.
Your woman should never be your main purpose, a woman will respect you more for having your own purpose above her makes sense to me also. I’m not trying to be that guy that makes his woman his everything and forgets all the other aspirations he has for life, so I don’t know if I may give that impression when first seeing women? I just find it confusing getting over that bump at the start of seeing somebody so I can just be myself and get on with my life with a woman in it too. It doesn’t help that because of the awkwardness of everything being rushed in the first place the girls seem to want to slow everything down and not see me for a while so I’m stuck with the thought of it not working out.
Don’t think “just be yourself” is the answer. I’m not trying to be anybody I’m not at any time and in reality I only act as myself. I’m seldom conscious of trying to act differently based on certain ideas, advices or situations I’m in, it’s all a learning curve requiring reflection such as this for me to learn from. I just think it’s a shame the amount of lovely girls who have slipped through my fingers because we never quite got over that bump at the start where I’ve been inclined to rush everything.
"Do you know what your problem is? You think too much." Rings a bell.
The Job Centre: A place filled with unemployed who are advised how to get work from people surrounded by unemployed people. A place thats strategy to get people work is to give them a CV template printed on recycled toilet paper, disregarded the fact that some of these unemployed people already have CV’s of which they have found work and interviews with in the past. But "because it doesn’t look like the job centre template, you’re surely doomed to get work." Riddle me this: If you have a large group of people who are out of work and you give them a mandatory system to follow to aid them getting work, and they return to the job centre after a month having made their CV look like every other job centre robot’s and have applied for jobs then surely this mandatory system needs addressing. If it was any other system within a company and the results weren’t positive, that system would be quickly altered or replaced.
So naturally I’ve started this rant on the CV experience. When I showed the fella my CV he said “it looks very good and that it’s obvious that it has taken a lot of effort” and then said (lacking the articulation I have added to make this blog more coherent) “but the profile section is fairly detailed, you should make more effort to highlight your skills and not put any limitations for yourself in there (I have a preference for part time work so that I can spend time developing my own business and life; something that is not a problem. If I can live on those wages it is my right to not work full time.) - you are required to be available full time, 7 days of the week in order to sign on.” I proceeded to explain to him that once I had part time work then I would not be attempting to sign on if that’s what he meant, but he didn’t he meant to imply that I had no choice to seek part time work.
I could see what I was being told. What he was telling me was based on a flawed system, an ignorant paradigm and was not helpful for a job seeker. He was telling me to remove any trace of personality from my profile, he was telling me not to have any preferences or requirements as an employee, he was telling me that because the government system would not allow me to search for part time work, that my CV would have to reflect this.
Seems bizarre to me. If I sign on, find part time work and sign off then we’re all happy. If I sign on, find full time work, realise why I left full time work in the first place again and quit and am forced to sign on again, then nobody is happy.
I explained, I don’t feel like I have an issue with getting work or feel as though I need any advice on getting it. I’m simply here because until I do get that work I’m going to need some income to live. I have no intention of that period being extensive and have confidence I will find work as well as the determination to make it happen on my part. I understand there is a system in place to show that I’m actively trying to find work.
What I didn’t mention for sake of avoiding loss of my allowance was what was really going through my head. “Why is this guy telling me how to be successful when he’s some BO stinking illiterate job centre employee with a good 5 stone of overweight fat, perving over his semi-attractive employee on the next desk over my shoulder? I have said that I have no issues finding work and have yet to show you otherwise, I’m simply here for a humble income to tie me over to getting into my next job. You’ve even told me twice in this conversation you believe I will have no issues in finding work.”
(I actually felt a bit bad about writing that description of the advisor, he wasn’t too bad a bloke really he had some good sentiments, but I could not help thinking it - even if I felt some remorse afterwards.)
When I told the interviewer I was essentially looking for part time work to keep a steady income whilst I focus on my own business. He shot me down instantly, he ummed and arred and explained to me it’s something that is going to require much effort and at 24 I should really be thinking about something sustainable and not my dream job. When he asked more questions about it and I told him some of the business’s achievements so far, he sat back obviously a little shocked at my answers and began to eat his words.
Naturally this conversation did have me questioning myself, my business plans - why they’re not earning me the income I want and if I was being realistic about this business being worthwhile. But it didn’t take long before I thought again; this is why I have business plans, this is why I have estimate costs and returns, this is why I have predictions of sales, budgeting plans, marketing plans, extensive campaigns, plans for new projects and products, services, innovation, expansion… Is it just that they’re just plans though? No, I am working through tasks and accomplishing more every day. This is a business in a competitive and hard industry and I always knew there’d be gaps whereby profit wouldn’t be being made and am aware that the more the business grows the faster it will start to grow more.
“ Tough times never last, but tough people do.” - Robert H. Schuller
We live in a culture with numbed minds riddled with the belief that all effort will equal failure, and that failure equals the end. We are surrounded by systems that also try to enforce this belief onto us. Fortunately I know differently and will never be misguided from my persistence to succeed.
I have read many books and heard words by successful people which all show patterns and offer advice which completely contradicts what this centre who’s-so-claimed-aim is to get people into work. I will always trust successful people over those who are paid to advise how to be successful.
I just wrote this instead of editing my CV. #Shit
I’m in a creative and neurotic thought-place at the moment… Shit’s getting done but it looks like a massive dot to dot.
I have stages of commitment, strictness and professionalism; then other stages of neuroticism, creativity, artistic-nature, innovation and sub-conscious ruling.
Almost a dual personality, but no schizophrenia.
That final conversation they had was the best one and it’s one I’m dealing with in my self assessment every day. I’m an artist [primarily] - I make music. That’s my focus. Yet, I’m also a martial artist, which shares equal focus. The problem is, I have a constant battle in my head between being the artist and being the martial artist. I want to express myself in two completely different ways. One side of me wants to be, for lack of better words, melancholic; I WANT to be ‘in the clouds’ very sub-conscious dominant, emotional, to an extent reckless, drunk, adventurous, spontaneous… Then the other half of me wants to be regimented, strict, healthy, strong; equally as much.
It’s hard doing as Bruce Lee says, and these guys are discussing, expressing yourself as an artist healthily (or at least in the area of art I express) without using your body itself as the expression… When the sub-conscious dominant, non-athletic art’s at work there’s a tendency to move towards a less healthy state of mind and body to encourage the soul to cry.
This is the balance I’m working on.
Wiley often makes himself look like div but he’s actually (increasingly becoming) a very wise person. When questioned about “the poor likkle stupid uneducated hoodrat youts that don’t have the correct role models to look up to” he doesn’t try to bullshit an answer about how musicians should set a good example so that the kids don’t kill each other, he tells the truth: music is an art form and has every right to be whatever it wants to be. The answer is “kids, don’t look up to anyone”, or in other words; don’t be fucking stupid little mongs who will do anything to try to impress another person, you’ll gain more respect from PEOPLE THAT MATTER by learning to tell an egotistic, bullying ‘badman’ to crack on with what they’re about but you’re not interested.
I think this is what Plan B was trying to portray in 'Ill Manors', being a conformist, or constantly searching to be accepted by others, only results in a sad life. Just be yourself and fuck other people if they ain’t with it!
Everybody in this house, likely this whole neighbourhood, I’m tempted to say whole town is off their pickle except me. And I don’t want to be off my pickle. I just wanted a few strong ciders, have a shower and then pass out so that I can get up early tomorrow, go to the gym and then work, because some of us fools have to work at the weekends.
I’m bored of seeing the same fucking shit, I’m trying to push forward so that I can venture new places and enjoy new company, not to say I dislike my current company but I’m longing for a bit of change and want some more class in my life.
I’m strong willed so it’d be harder for me to not try to succeed than it would to give it my entire effort, but sometimes there is a slight temptation to say it’s easy to see how some people digress into doing fuck all all the time. It seems so easy and when lack of aspiration is surrounding you. It’s hard to be somebody who doesn’t want to stoop to those levels. Everything is disciplining my character at the moment.
Another example is that I have given up gluten & lactose and I went to the shop after work (after the pub, where I got searched on the door at 6pm and then offered a pint in a plastic cup of which I told them I wasn’t interested and left) really fancying a ‘treat’ to pull me through to a bit more of a relaxed mind state and they had no dark chocolate or gluten/lactose free goodies. So I just thought “no I’m not going to have the shit food” and just got my ciders for the evening and came home. I come in and see 3 packets of biscuits and a pack of pringles on the table. I battled through and made my dinner. I was still feeling groggy and a bit peed off about an hour later so I gave in and had a couple of biscuits knowing full-well I’d have a dodgy stomach later or tomorrow.
Then I get a lecture from my Mum about random shit. Partly being told I need to start looking to settle down so they can have grandchildren. I repeatedly try to explain that I really want this, I’d love to have a girl and a littlen, but I have these aspirations and commitments that I don’t want to stop for the sake of a relationship, when in a functional relationship I could still fulfil them. But that’s not the point, I know I need to meet a girl and sort that sort of stuff out afterwards. I just don’t really know how to do it to be honest, so I’m trying to make myself the best person I can be so that hopefully the right girl might approach me and we’ll just click. If not then I guess I’ll have to some videos on how to attract women in the conventional, egotistic, seemingly unintelligent and blase ways. I want a lady & eventually child, maybe (naturally) more than anything else. But I don’t want to change myself to do so, it sort of defeats the object.
I’m just surrounded by challenges of society to conform to being a fat, lazy, worthless piece of shit who doesn’t look after themselves, or a coke & steroid head who’s got no imagination. But I refuse to do it, it’s not what I’m about.
These beatings are brutal and I don’t condone them in any way or say that the victims deserved it, but there are a few things I’ve read in the past with regards to MMA that have sparked thoughts in my mind watching this video and reading the allogations.
Apparently Maiquel Falcao (a professional MMA fighter - former UFC and now Bellator) harassed this girl in a petrol station (which in the video looks like a narcissistic attack as if to say “why would you not want me? I’m a famous fighter!”) She naturally didn’t take kindly to the abuse and obviously told her male friends (who look like some latin gangsters to be honest) and it resulted in Falcao and his friend getting the absolute shit kicked out of them with human force and weapons.
The first thought that sprung into my mind when I read this was the point that I often hear in martial arts that MMA is not a true martial art teaching discipline and self progression, only effective technique, and therefore only promotes brutality and teaches the practitioner to be animalistic and aggressive.
My second thought was that the ‘overly dominant style of MMA’ had not proved itself as effective in a street fight situation as MMA fans keep arguing that it would. Too many times have I heard: “these are professional fighters who train and fight every day using only techniques from the strongest martial arts.” The antithesis here (from the side of traditional martial artists) is that MMA fighters DO NOT take techniques from the strongest MARTIAL arts, only the strongest techniques from COMBAT SPORTS.
Having had a conversation with another martial art practitioner (with a lot more experience than me) fairly recently, which brings me to how I’ll conclude this short blog, I will repeat what I outlined to him by saying that I feel that the currently popular styles and concepts of MMA (predominantly sport-based) are indeed probably not as effective in the street as in the cage. I am sure there are styles of mixed martial arts out there that are very focused on self defence (Jeet Kune Do of Bruce Lee, considered the predominant father-style of MMA, encouraged learning the majority of styles and then breaking them down into what is useful and not for you afterwards, which I’m sure proves very effective in a real life fighting situation), but I think it’s equally, if not more, important to learn how to be a good, strong person who has strong morals and restraint when necessary (and decisive, powerful and immobilising attacks when called for).
I’ve tried to write this as if it is something that can be shown to people who are experiencing bullying as a way of encouraging them to conquer the bullies, rather than as if I was a parent or teacher giving advise to another as to how bullying can be stopped - something I have no experience of yet.
I’m not somebody who has studied bullying or was ever somebody with a lot of experience in being bullied but I want to express my opinion on it using whatever experience I have and can remember of any times I felt I might have been what is considered bullied.
A possible solution to help solve the problems of bullying could be to ensure that children are taught from a young age to stand up for themselves (in what they believe in and in a physical manner).
I think the main reasons people are targeted for bullying are:
Because they’re physically inferior (or less developed) when compared to others their age.
Because they’re less strong charactered and less likely to stand up for themselves if they were to be targeted.
Because they’re a stand-out different from the norm, the current fashion or society as a whole.
When I was younger (probably since the first time I complained that I’d had some sort of physical confrontation with another person) my parents always said not to start confrontations but be sure to stand up for yourself if attacked. I completely condone this advice and very much believe in the concept that if somebody is trying to harm you then you have the right and should do whatever you can to stop the assailant in their tracks to the point where you can avoid any more harm coming to you. I will be teaching my future children to never let anybody try and bully them, teach them the basics of self defence and even encourage them to learn a martial art.
In the wrong circumstance in any area of life (such as facing a violent criminal or other opponent you cannot ‘control’ in a greater sense) you’re not given the option as to whether or not the threat should be allowed. It’s a threat, and a threat that only yourself can deal with at the particular time, and maybe the most important thing to keep in your mind at the time, as you should not rely on others to help you. Bullies should be considered threats and are clever in the sense they will pick times they wish to attack you, therefore you should not listen to those who tell you to not retaliate and report bullying (it should be done, but don’t let that stop you defending yourself first).
Now, I’m not being ignorant to the fact that bullying isn’t always physical, it’s often words. What needs to be remembered, as hard as it sounds - is it’s just loose words. Tell them to say it to your face whilst looking you in the eye, and if they do - warn them sincerely that if it continues then you’ll smash them in the mouth; learn a few things to say to people that intimidates them or makes them think twice about attacking you.
There’s two ways of doing this:
First is to actually become combatant. Take up a sport which involves contact such as rugby or boxing so that you’re physically prepared to fight. - More specifically, take up a martial art.
Or - you can develop a side of your personality, an act if you like, who is hard and a borderline bully him/herself. The important thing is to remember is this act is not needed when you’re not under threat, think of them as your war paint that you only put on when you’re under attack. Try to learn some aggressive lines from the bullies themselves so you’re speaking their language or watch a few gangster movies and adopt the expressions (I use gangsters as an example because they’re an example of bullies in every age of modern society and also often a source of [bad] influence for the bully-type, so they’ll see you as something they relate to. They’re also seldom physically fit but still know some dirty fighting tactics.)
From standing up to their insults they’re either going to attack you (which might hurt, but you’re equally capable and entitled to hurt them back which makes the pain a bit more bearable) or carry on talking, of which you can laugh off and walk away from because they don’t have the bottle to follow it up and everybody who’s seen the bullying (it’s usually egotistical and they want people to see) will now see that they’re not willing to back their words up. If it does come to a physical attack hit them to hurt them (there’s usually a ring leader and his cronies, if the cronies get involved go for them too but they’re usually too shocked so you can get away without attacking them), don’t think twice about it and don’t stop until you can get away and then report what happened. If it turns out you’re to blame, at least you’re not getting a beating on your own without doing anything to protect yourself and hopefully taught a bully it’s not wise to bully you.
If you get the better of somebody bullying you in public then hopefully it should make others think twice about trying to bully you in the future. Problem is, there’s always those who want to test your patience and try to draw you into a bad place where you’d be the one to blame. You need to learn how to be a good person with morals and temperament, but somebody who will not hesitate to defend those morals.
The times when I feel I experienced anything close to bullying in my life was when I was purposely doing things out of the norm or fashion of the time (such as dressing in black metal fashion when the fashion of the time was bright pink Lacoste polos and blue tracksuit bottoms). I never changed my beliefs, fashion, hobbies or interests as a result of it not being popular or people finding me weird. What I did was; over time stuck to my guns telling people I liked something because I could and if they had a problem then f**k them. I found a good set of friends who were (and still are) loyal and reliable so that I was rarely on my own and an easy target and I learnt to appreciate and understand things that other people like so that I could relate to and enjoy an array of different interests and friends. You don’t have to be the same as everybody to be socially accepted, what you have to be is willing to do is have an open mind to try to experience what other people enjoy and if it doesn’t work for you, people won’t disrespect you because you proved that you tried enjoying it and it wasn’t for you. If they don’t respect you then they’re people that you shouldn’t be spending any time with and if you can’t avoid them then it should be clear that you don’t appreciate their disrespect and that you will stand up for yourself if they pursue any confrontation. Stay out of their way, or if you can’t and they insist on attacking you in any way, respect yourself, morals and beliefs enough to defend yourself.
You should never feel bad about being a respectful and considerate person, practise this all the time. Even respect a bully enough to walk away from a fight if you get the better of them. Just remember you equally shouldn’t feel bad about defending yourself, in every way.
Disclaimer: If somebody who is being bullied has referenced this in their defence for defending themselves from being bullied and you want to blame me then you’re probably a coward confined to a stupid system which gives you false security and doesn’t protect you, yourself. Are you a teacher? Can you imagine being surrounded by a group of late-teen students who are threatening to attack you physically whilst you’re on your way to your car on your own and nobody is around? Fight or flight response. Do you take the beating and report it later, if you live? Or do you do what you can to defend yourself and get away? Don’t let these systems blind you of the fact you have one life and you have the right to protect it, regardless of what the paper says.
Streamlining Evolution (the concept of evolution occurring based on the adaptation of a species removing assets not necessary for survival in order to make better use of other resources) seems like a dead interesting concept. The only information I can find on it is this though:
"Devolution", the verb "devolve" and the past participle "devolved" are all common terms in science fiction for changes over time in populations of living things that make them less complex and remove some of their former adaptations. The terminology used herein is nontechnical, but the phenomenon is a real but counter-intuitive one, more accurately known as streamlining evolution. Since the development and maintenance of a feature such as an organ or a metabolite has an opportunity cost, changes in the environment that reduce the utility of an adaptation may mean that a higher evolutionary fitness is achieved by no longer using the adaptation, thus better using resources. This requires a mutation that inactivates one or more genes, perhaps by a change to DNA methylation or a methionine codon. Streamlining evolution allows evolution to remove features no longer of much/any use, like scaffolding on a completed bridge.
However, “devolution” in practice typically refers to changes that occur from a problem no longer existing rather than superior solutions existing. For instance, of the several hundred known species of animal that live their entire lives in total darkness, most have non-functional eyes rather than no eyes. This is due, for instance, to deterioration of the optic nerve. It occurs because mutations that prevent eye formation have low probability. However, several eyeless animal species, such as the Kauai cave wolf spider, who live in total darkness, and whose ancestry mostly had eyes, do exist. Together with gene duplication, streamlining evolution makes evolution surprisingly able to produce radical changes, despite being limited to successive, slight modifications.”
It reminds me of Bruce Lee’s quote: “Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.”
People who write “…politically correct governments afraid to get involved due to the race card threat…” are seriously ignorant. A government would do ANYTHING to protect their happy little capitalistic system, regardless of how PC it is. What they won’t do is go up in arms on their own soil and cause a civil war when not necessary.
The reason the likes of EDL, BNP, National Front etc get targeted by the police is because they’re all right-wing fascists who believe that the world would be a better place without ANY other race other than their own and if they are given too much lenience are influential enough to cause civil uproar. If Muslims were allowed to be targeted for the sake of their race or religion then how uncomfortable do you think that would make other races/cultures/religions in this country feel? I know for sure if I was another of those races I’d be preparing my security for if the time came when EDL decided they didn’t like my type anymore. That sort of uncomfortableness isn’t really good for a country…
In regards to the “killing our troops” signs… This can be expected when we’re at war… What wars do you know of where everybody agreed on the reasoning behind the war? If everybody thought the same way then surely there wouldn’t be a war in the first place. We’re killing their troops, they’re killing ours… Nothing is done against a banner because it is a peaceful protest, regardless of what the banner says - it’s a banner. Freedom of speech, not assault.
"Sixty-nine years ago brave men and boys ran off landing boats to what they must have known to be certain death. Uncles and grandparents of the same lefties who support Islam." - I’m sure the 2nd world war was fought against Nazi’s who supported fascism? What sort of contradiction is this?
We’re not a superior race to any other, and we’re certainly not a dominant force to any other. If Britain turn to ideologies that are elitist or other race hating they can crack on, personally I’ll be fucking off the national pride and country quicker than you know!