|August 17th, 2020||#1|
British aspects that you positively view and/or advocate continued existence
I am curious as to what and how many British aspects this site's contributors value and/or wish to continue, and I am also curious as to the reasoning behind their stances and attitudes. The mind of the generic modern UK national is something I often investigate and study, as part of efforts to achieve the power to influence it strongly.
The only British aspects which I hold any regard for continuity are the following:
1) The race, especially the English variant (it has capacity to be an extremely potent tool of societal / civilisational defence primarily due to its presence on multiple islands, heavily facilitates production of aesthetically pleasant people at high concentrations, has greatly desirable distinctive facial feature style, and the genes made me very good-looking with the capacity to achieve aesthetic excellence, and I greatly enjoy looking at the race's distinctive desirability - the relevant full racial composition is a gift and salvation tool to be spread across the world, saving as many people as possible from being born non-British or racially non-optimal)
NOTE: The English variant does have strong nostalgic and sentimental value to me, but I do not recognise these as valid reasons for racial preservation, as my emotions are irrelevant to species and world welfare / advancement
2) The English language (its words are easy to spell, and it is one of the most prevalent languages in the world and this makes necessary communication with foreign individuals and entities easier overall, and it has other tactical functions)
3) The Generic Southern English accent in its most conventional and articulated form, with no accent exaggeration (this is the easiest speaking manner to understand, which prevents time being wasted through repeating for clarification)
(This brilliant speaking style is extremely difficult for the vast majority of foreigners to imitate, so it has utility to creating a uniform / defensive quality that can greatly assist with detection of and protection against outside elements)
4) Some of the modern architecture (I find it aesthetically pleasing and some of it evokes moderate nostalgic feeling in me)
5) Specific firearms (the SA80 rifle, the L96 sniper rife and the AS50 anti-material precision rifle) (they have moderate nostalgic value to me, I find them aesthetically pleasing, and the currently greater prevalence of these firearms in the United Kingdom makes their embracement more practical for deterrence and defensive activity)
I cannot think of anything else to mention.
There are plenty of British aspects I despise, with desire for them to permanently cease existing, running or being used, whichever term is applicable (e.g. Commonwealth of Nations, Royal Family, the state, the terminology, the phrases, the culture, the distinctive passive / bumbling demeanour, the distinctive obnoxious joviality, the weak / sissy speaking styles, the accent-exaggerated speaking styles, the ridiculous wigs worn by relevant court members, the BBC, almost all British television programmes). If all these aspects disappeared, I would not be even slightly negatively affected emotionally. I would certainly be much happier though.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION HERE. DISSEMINATION VERY STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. THE ENTIRE HUMAN POPULATION SHOULD ABSORB ITS CONTENTS: https://survivalist-information-site.my-free.website/
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|August 17th, 2020||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2003
What I like about the Brits (again, I am one, hailing ultimately from central England, many generations ago): how they like form and order, and how they like to do things properly and conventionally.
What I dislike about the Brits: they seem to be, today, egalitarian. That was probably not true circa 1880.
I would love to have Alex weigh in on this thread. He knows so much about the traits of various Europeans.
|August 17th, 2020||#3|
From my observations of the British, many of them seem to lean more towards disorder and informality these days. Conformity to the culture is widespread, and it turns them into tame tools that are more receptive to emotional bravado than hard facts and logic. Their stupid mentalities prevent them from taking all threats and vulnerabilities extremely seriously, regardless of their severity, which is monstrously beyond unacceptable.
I find them quite closed-minded and lacking in imagination too.
|August 17th, 2020||#4|
Join Date: Dec 2003
My comments in [[[[ ]]]]]
|August 17th, 2020||#5|
Join Date: May 2018
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|August 18th, 2020||#7|
|August 18th, 2020||#8|
I very much like to think that if sufficient numbers of people of past generations in all areas of the world had my worldview and the relevant aspects of my mentality, so many atrocities and wars would have been prevented. NO ONE should be devoted to petty aspects (e.g. civilisational constructs, social / economic systems, organisations, racial types that are not exceptionally desirable) or fairytale nonsense like religion.
|August 18th, 2020||#9|
Formerly Cowboy Zeke
Join Date: Mar 2005
John, please get some help for your obsession with British people.
Channon and Chris; gone but not forgotten.
Fuck you hippie, you are the system.
Jews are not just a race or just a religion; they are a race who worship themselves religiously.
|August 18th, 2020||#10|
I am not actually as fixated on them as I present myself to be. I am just extremely angry over the monstrous lack of general affection for the racial type, as well as the recognition of the utility it has. I should note that I am not afraid of causing massive controversy, especially not for my social experiments. Lack of embracement of British racial exceptionalism, as well as opposition to the exceptionalism, are extremely outrageous and they sicken me to the core! If the racial type were not so very horrifically neglected and dismissed by so many population segments, I would not be launching any extremely aggressive condemnations and focuses.
I am not surprised you have no intense affection for the racial type. After all, so many faces and other physical features of Americans have already been horrendously damaged by the racial material inflicted by immigration policies and 'integration' policies of previous governments. No turning back from that. The damage is done. How very embarrassing. The United States, Canada and Australia are cautionary tales of what happens when enough people turn their backs on the British race!
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|August 18th, 2020||#11|
The British terminology and phrase lists have been updated.
British terminology, including but not limited to the following:
All exclusive insults, profanity and other vulgarity including but not limited to the following: b*llend, bint, bollock(s), bugger, daft apoth, div, git, minger, mong, mug (term for the face or a gullible / foolish person), muppet, plonker, prat, saddo, sh*te, slag, slapper, sod, t*ss, t*sser, twonk, wally, w*nker
All regional dialect and slang (e.g. Northern, Cockney)
Arsed (referring to the will to act)
Auntie Beeb (an abbreviation for the BBC, the British Broadcasting Corporation, a notorious hostile propaganda-spewing organisation controlled by rotten scum who advocate and promote Briton eradication)
Banger (term for a sausage or a car in poor condition)
Barking (referring to insanity)
Batty (referring to insanity or intense fixation)
Bent (term for someone or something that is corrupt or homosexual in nature) (example: "Those police officers are bent")
Bird (term for a woman)
Bleeder (term for a contemptible person or someone deserving of pity)
Bleeding (used for emphasis or to express annoyance)
Bloody (when expressing frustration, bewilderment, anger or other feeling of some intensity) (this seems to be the most popular term)
Blooming (outside of referring to plantlife)
Blinder (referring to an excellent achievement)
Blinding (referring to intensity or an excellent achievement)
Bob (term for money)
Bog (term for lavatory)
Bolshy / bolshiness
Bottle (term for courage)
Bollocking (referring to a reprimand or assault)
Bonkers (referring to someone or something being insane)
Bugger / buggered / buggering (referring to damaging or ruining something)
Bung / bunged / bunging (referring to carelessly putting something somewhere)
Cack-handed / cack-handedness
Chap (term for a male person)
Cheek (referring to audacity)
Cheeky (in the modern era, this word is sometimes followed by a noun or verb to signify approval, with examples including 'cheeky Nando's', 'cheeky tackle' and 'cheeky throw')
Cheers (when expressing gratitude) (this word often precedes 'mate')
Chinese whispers (referring to rumours that have been circulated and distorted until they only vaguely resemble the truth)
Chippy (term for a fish-and-chip shop)
Clanger (term for an absurd or embarrassing blunder)
Clever dick (term often used in a disparaging manner against a person who is knowledgeable or intelligent)
Conk (term for the nose)
Copper (term for police officer)
Corrie (an abbreviation of Coronation Street, which is a prominent soap opera)
Cracking (referring to something being of at least very good quality) (example: "Cracking cheese, Gromit")
Curtain twitcher (referring to an overinquisitive neighbour, often caught peering out on street activities from a curtained window)
Daft / daftness
Dear (term for expensiveness)
Dishy (term for a male the user finds sexually attractive)
Do (referring to some form of party or sexual intercourse)
Dodgy / dodginess
Dog's dinner (referring to a debacle or horrific mess)
Done (referring to prosecution or punishment for an offence) (example: "I heard that he was done for speeding")
Dope (term for a foolish or silly person)
Dopey (referring to someone being foolish or silly)
Faff / faffed / faffing
Fag (term for a cigarette)
Fit (referring to a high level of physical attractiveness)
Fiver (term for a five-pound note)
Flaming (when expressing annoyance, bewilderment, anger or other feeling of some intensity)
Flip (when expressing annoyance, bewilderment, anger or other feeling of some intensity)
Flipping (when expressing annoyance, bewilderment, anger or other feeling of some intensity)
Flog / flogged / flogging (term for selling)
Footy (term for football)
Fuzz (term for police)
Geezer (I find this term the most amusing)
Gob / gobby / gobbed / gobbing
Gutted (referring to grief or devastating news)
Gutting (referring to grief or devastating news)
Hooter (term for a siren or steam whistle)
Hump (referring to sour mood or sexual intercourse)
Jammy (referring to good luck)
Jokes (referring to something being amusing) (example: "That is so jokes")
Kip / kipped / kipping (term for sleeping or a sleeping session) ('Kip' can also be Scottish dialect for a bed)
Kit (referring to clothing used for an activity such as a sport)
Knacker / knackered / knackering
Legend (used more commonly and in a specific way among UK cultural adherents) (example: "Mate, you're a legend")
Lolly (term for a frozen confection on a stick)
Lurgy (term for an unspecified contagious illness)
Mate (term for a friend)
Motor (term for a car)
Mush (a manner of addressing someone)
Nark / narky
Natter / nattered / nattering
Nick / nicked / nicking (term for theft, snagging, condition and arrest)
Nip / nipped / nipping (referring to visiting or moving to a location)
Oi (used to attract someone’s attention, usually in a hostile manner)
Old Bill (term for police)
Pint (when referring to milk or an alcoholic drink) (example: "I'll have a pint of stout, please")
Plod (term for a police officer or a police force in general)
Poorly (referring to the state of being unwell, in poor health)
Ponce (term for a male with effeminate qualities, or someone who seeks to obtain something without paying for it or doing anything in return, or someone who is subsidised by a prostitute's earnings)
Pop / popped / popping (referring to entering a location, or the act of adding or moving something)
Proper (referring to good quality)
Pull / pulled / pulling (referring to attracting a sexual partner or managing to achieve a sexual encounter)
Red mist (term for extreme anger that impairs judgement)
Ropey (referring to poor quality)
Rozzer (term for police officer)
Sack / sacked / sacking (referring to dismissal or termination of employment)
Scarper / scarpered / scarpering
Shag / shagged / shagging (term for sexual intercourse)
Sharpish (term for acting or moving quickly)
Skive / skived / skiving
Slot(s) / slotted / slotting (term for killing someone or something)
Snog(s) / snogged / snogging (term for intense and prolonged kissing)
Sod / sodded / sodding (in both disparaging and non-disparaging context)
Sorted (organised, arranged, or dealt with satisfactorily) (of a person: confident, organised and emotionally well-balanced) (of a person: prepared for or provided with something, especially illegal drugs)
Spot on (referring to something being entirely accurate)
Stuff / stuffed (term for hostile disregard, hostile rejection or failure)
Sunshine (a manner of addressing someone)
Ta (when expressing gratitude)
Tea (referring to dinner or dinnertime)
Tenner (term for a ten-pound note)
The Beeb (an abbreviation for the BBC, the British Broadcasting Corporation, a notorious hostile propaganda-spewing organisation controlled by rotten scum who advocate and promote Briton eradication)
The Nick (referring to prison)
Thick (referring to lack of intelligence)
Top(s) / topped / topping (term for killing someone or something)
Top up / top-up (referring to increasing an amount to required and/or desired level)
Welly / wellies (term for rubber boot(s) used for movement through harsh or problematic terrain)
Whatsit(s) (term for something with an identity that cannot be recalled or is inappropriate for current circumstances)
Whip-round (term for a collection of contributions of money from a group of people for a particular purpose)
Wind / wound / winding up (referring to causing great aggravation)
Wobbler (term for a tantrum)
Yank (term for an American or something of United States origin)
British phrases, including but not limited to the following:
An' all (a more informal form of 'and all', used for emphasis)
Ballsed up / ballsed <pronoun> up (meaning to perform very badly and make mistakes) (example: "You have ballsed up the wiring")
Bang <pronoun> out (referring to physically attacking someone, specifically with punches, and rendering the target unconscious)
Bang / banging on about (meaning talking about something constantly and/or in detail)
Bang / banged / banging <applicable pronoun> up (referring to imprisonment) (example: "Those delinquents across the street should be banged up")
Bee's knees (referring to something being highly desirable)
Bent as a nine-bob note
Bob's your uncle (referring to conclusion of explanation)
Bog / bogged / bogging off
Buck / bucked / bucking <pronoun> ideas up (referring to improving one's behaviour or attitude)
Budge / budged / budging up
Bunk / bunked / bunking off (term for truancy)
Chuck / chucked / chucking it down (referring to rainfall)
Cock / cocked / cocking (it) up (referring to incompetence or failing a task)
Conk / conked / conking out (term for sleeping)
Come and have a go if you think you're hard enough (an encouragement or invitation to a challenge or fight)
Come on, England (the football rallying cry often heard from England team supporters during football tournaments)
Come on, then (when a physical fight is instigated)
Cop / copping / copped it (referring to failure or death) (example: "The enemy platoon copped it after only lasting a minute in combat")
Cop / copped / copping off
Cost / costing a bomb
Crack / cracked / cracking on (referring to undertaking a task) (example: "I had best crack on with this assignment")
Do / done / doing a runner (running away from an embarrassing and/or incriminating scene)
Do / does / doing <pronoun> in (referring to killing someone or something) (example: "I do not trust that man to not do me in")
Do / does / doing <possessive pronoun / determiner (my, your, their, etc)> <object (e.g. head)> in (example: "That buzzing noise is doing my head in")
Do one (telling someone to go away)
Donkey's <time period type (e.g. years, ages)> (referring to longevity) (example: "These batteries last for Donkey's ages")
Faffing about / around / with
Fanny's your aunt (referring to conclusion of explanation)
Full of beans (referring to being energetic, lively and/or enthusiastic)
Get in (when expressing joy and/or encouragement over a positive development)
Get in there (when expressing joy and/or encouragement over a positive development)
Get(s) / got / getting on <pronoun> wick (example: "That song is getting on my wick")
Get out of it (telling someone or something to stop interfering with something)
Give <pronoun> a go (referring to attempting or experiencing something)
Give <pronoun> one (referring to sexual intercourse)
Give over (when telling someone to stop making implausible statements or to stop doing something)
Go on, my son (when expressing strong encouragement and/or approval)
Have / has / having a crack at (referring to attempting something)
Have / has / having a go (criticising and/or condemning someone or something)
Have / has / having the foggiest (referring to lack of knowledge / awareness)
Have / has / having a laugh (referring to frivolousness or talking jokingly) (example: "Wanting me to do that? Are you having a laugh"?)
In a jiffy
It's coming home (the football rallying cry often heard from England team supporters during World Cup tournaments)
Jog on (telling someone to go away)
Kick / kicked / kicking in (meaning to take effect) (example: "The painkillers I took are beginning to kick in")
Knock / knocked / knocking <pronoun> block off (referring to physical assault) (example: "I will knock your block off for that")
Language, Timothy (the specific condemnatory phrase)
Leg / legged / legging it (meaning to flee very quickly) (example: "I need to leg it before the Komodo dragon bites me")
Lose / lost / losing the plot (referring to being irrational and/or acting ridiculously)
Muck / mucked / mucking about
Muck / mucked / mucking around
Muck / mucked / mucking up
My beauty (general exclamation of happiness and joy) (example: "Nice one, my beauty"!)
Naff / naffed / naffing off
Nice one (when expressing approval)
Not a happy bunny (referring to someone being in some form of negative mood)
Not much cop (referring to something being unimpressive or of poor quality)
Off <pronoun> head(s) (referring to insanity or lack of mental soundness) (example: "That man is off his head")
On about (when requesting clarification of general speech or a point) (example: “What are you on about, you crazy person”?)
On the pull (referring to trying to find a sexual partner or a sexual encounter)
On your bike (telling someone to leave the area)
Out of it (used in a specific way to refer to elimination or ceasing participation)
Out of order (referring to objectionable conduct)
Pack in (referring to cessation of activity or state)
Pack(s) / packed / packing it in (referring to cessation of activity or state)
Play / played / playing silly buggers
Play / played / playing up (referring to misbehaviour or a malfunction)
Pop(s) / popped / popping <pronoun> clogs (example: "When he pops his clogs...")
Sling your hook (telling someone to leave)
Sod / sodded / sodding off
Sod's law (referring to an unfair state of affairs)
Take / took / taking the <expletive or other term> (example: "A colleague keeps taking the mickey out of me")
The full Monty (refers to pursuing or embracing something to the limit)
They think it's all over. It is now. (a quote from 1966 World Cup commentary popularised and repeated by a number of football enthusiasts)
Tom, Dick and Harry (phrase used a placeholder for unspecified people or the general / entire populace)
Well <quality state (e.g. good, better, hard)> (examples: "That new film is well good", "You should avoid angering him because he is well hard")
Who are you? (very many users pronounce 'you' as 'yah', due to how low in social calibre they are) (a rhetorical question, generally in the form of an insulting chant, accompanied by finger-pointing; meant as abuse to a single person or team performing in front of a crowd, by indicating that they are unknown and insignificant)
Wind / wound / winding <pronoun> neck in (telling someone to cease talking or arguing) (example: "He kept verbally attacking me, so I told him to wind his neck in")
You what? (used to ask for clarification of something or for intimidation) (variations of this include "You what, mate"? and "You f**king what"?)
I cannot help but speculate that if the UK nationals of previous generations had devoted more time to vigilance, superiority doting, mental evolution and cultural evolution instead of conceiving stupid and embarrassing dialect and phrases, the current predicament could have been avoided! What horrific prioritisation!
Abandoning usage of these words and phrases has tactical utility. It assists with detection of UK cultural conformists who masquerade as nonconformists of said culture. It also aids detection of certain foreign nationals who masquerade as UK natives / cultural conformists. It also helps with being taken more seriously by others. The negative effects of the usage definitely outweigh the situational positive effects. Abandoning usage of these terms and phrases is a crucial part of the relevant population segments' cultural transition into the superior cultural state elaborated on in this site. All trace of the very decadent, seriously unpleasant, weakness-nurturing, heavily embarrassing and heavily debasing current culture should be erased and gone forever.
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|August 18th, 2020||#12|
Videos showing gameplay of Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 and 1969 were especially useful in discovering British cultural dialect and sayings, due to those games' grossly exaggerated presentations of British behaviour and culture. I should strongly emphasise that I do not condone purchase of any media from the Grand Theft Auto franchise. The media was absorbed for the purposes of information gathering. The franchise trivialises criminal activity and unwarranted aggressiveness, and it also contains a very large amount of highly vulgar references and content. The franchise's strong tendency to portray thieving and mass-murdering sociopaths in honourable and sympathetic light is also deplorable.
|September 4th, 2020||#13|
I hope no one on here pays the BBC licence fee. If you do, you should be absolutely disgusted with yourself. When I hear about elderly people campaigning for exemption from the licence fee, I get very angry and feel a strong desire to slap their faces with serious force. DISGUSTING AND INTOLERABLE CONDUCT.
BBC = Bolshevik Broadcasting Commune
The 'C' in the logo should be replaced with the hammer and sickle logo of communism.
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|September 10th, 2020||#14|
Some unsavoury foreigners try and irritate or anger me by attacking the United Kingdom or any of its comprised countries. Little do they know, I have no allegiance whatsoever to the U.K. It is a faulty, outdated, silly and doomed construct, and I have very little emotional attachment to it. If it ceased existing, I may spend a short amount of time trying to recall some of my nostalgic memories of it, but after that, I would fully recover. Only when the race or the conventional English accent are attacked am I provoked into an aggressive response. My total lack of patriotic and nationalistic sentiments spare me much aggravation.
|September 11th, 2020||#15|
I do not know how anyone of enlightened and sophisticated mind can approve of and be entertained by modern British television. Just look a the typical daytime tripe that is presented. Then you have the repetitive murder mystery dramas, the equally repetitive game shows, the soap operas, the very decadent "reality show" nonsense, and, of course, documentaries about the scumbags in the Royal Family. Petty distractions! There are no programmes covering the British race, the leftist subversion, the Islamic threat, the racial extinction threat, the social / cultural degradation threats, defensive measures for societies / civilisations, the important details of important historical events, or any other very important aspects of relevant nature. What an embarrassment!
Nearly all of the television programming I watch now is from foreign countries.
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|September 20th, 2020||#16|
Theresa May's pathetic and embarrassing dancing to ABBA, during a Conservative Party conference, is another shameful indictment of Modern Britain. She should never be allowed to forget that act, and should be incessantly ridiculed for it, the despicable witch!
|September 27th, 2020||#17|
When people, U.K. nationals or foreign nationals, express any affection for the United Kingdom, I get very angry, and this usually results in an aggressive and frustrated verbal outburst from me! It is intolerable and very disgusting behaviour! HOW DARE ANYONE have a favourable opinion of that very pathetic, disgusting, threat-enabling and cancerous tumour! Just thinking about the relevant parts of Westminster, and relevant parts of certain other U.K. locations, being heavily damaged and turned into blazing infernos (with no civilian casualties) triggers intense pleasure in me. As this page's content and several other of this site pages' content brilliantly show, my very intense hatred and contempt for Modern Britain is totally both morally and logically justified!
I remember watching the film London Has Fallen (yes, it certainly has!), and I remember the scene of a collection of very short camera shots showing a great deal of Westminster and other parts of London heavily damaged and engulfed in flames. Thinking about that scene makes me so happy. For a while, I had one of the promotional images of the film, showing the burning of much of Westminster, as my computer desktop background. Pleasure for my eyes. Sadly, the image shows that Westminster Palace is very much intact, and not heavily damaged and burning violently. What a terrible shame.
A reminder: The United Kingdom is a very faulty (poorly designed) and doomed construct that is an enemy of the British race
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|October 8th, 2020||#18|
When I see someone embracing or exhibiting the U.K. flag (e.g. flying the flag, having the flag as a profile picture), I am hit with an intense wave of anger, and I feel a very powerful urge to viciously condemn and shame the offender, and demand that they cease such vile and disgusting behaviour. I find these people utterly loathsome! Shame on them!
Why I hate Modern Britain overall: https://survivalist-information-site...n-to-uk-system
|October 8th, 2020||#19|
Aspects like civilisational constructs (e.g. countries), cultures, relics, structures, systems, organisations, entities, biological properties (including racial types / mixtures), media, social units have no major importance or serious world benefit outside of their utility to assisting the progression of the species, enhancing quality of life and continuing / realising (whichever is/are applicable) the most desirable and/or protective human, societal and global attributes. They are just components to be altered, observed, utilised, etc (whichever is/are most appropriate), to achieve the best possible results. People should transcend automatic and/or unwarranted attachment to the aforementioned aspects. Any deviation from this mentality is a manifestation of mental inadequacy (with mental slavery usually being the primary factor), unless one desires humanity's decline or downfall. Nothing wonderful and enduring can be built on or maintained by logical deficiency, weakness or indecency. All threats to the most desirable and/or important qualities, that can be erased, should be erased or, at the very least, mitigated as much as reasonably possible.
I am most loyal to morality, but I am a massive proponent of logical superiority, invulnerability, human advancement and continuity and/or realisation (whichever is applicable) of the most desirable and/or important human, societal, civilisational and global attributes. I dote on the most desirable characteristics of the species and the ideal conditions related to them, basically, and this is an integral part of my character. I covet optimal results, and the overwhelming evidence shows specific methods of racial preservation, social alteration, societal organisation, political system alteration and demographic separation, all simultaneously in effect, to be the most efficient and moral answer to achieving said results. The most desirable qualities and components of the species and the world should be concentrated into ideally a single very heavily protected civilisational construct, to help with the spread of the aspects. My specific racialist worldview was embraced because it makes the most logical and moral sense to me. I value consideration for the interests of others where appropriate, but I see no intrinsic value in anything that does not either maintain or advance desirable and/or protective human, societal, civilisational and/or global qualities or conditions. Defence of the most desirable and/or protective aspects should ALWAYS be taken extremely seriously! I see myself as an agent of human progress. I see myself as the embodiment of human progress, actually. I only want to help make the world as wonderful as possible, and encourage positive change. Progress concerning important qualities gives me feelings of satisfaction. Morality and logic demand that I advocate the eradication of both the British state and Britain's system. I take extremely seriously the protection and continuity of the British racial demographic.
I see the world's qualities, elements and properties though a perception very similar to using editing software, or interacting with buttons and switches on a control panel. The aspects are just things to be treated accordingly, in the areas of progress, utility and desirability. Altered, spread, isolated, outlasted, amplified, reduced, removed, and so on, with the aim of achieving perfect results or the best possible results. Progress and continuity of best possible quality are wonderful and deserving of being primary focus.
I really cannot stand those who have been conditioned to have certain stances or attitudes towards aspects, or have allowed base mental function to determine their stances and/or attitudes. They are slaves to environments and/or impulses. I find them very pathetic and irritating.
SHORT VERSION: I do not care about anything that does not trigger positive emotional response in me, or does not play any role in the continuity and/or realisation of the most desirable parts of the species and/or the world. The most desirable and/or important aspects are more deserving of attention and devotion than unexceptional and/or utility-lacking aspects. The more desirable and/or important the aspect, the greater priority it should take.
Last edited by John Trent; October 8th, 2020 at 09:21 AM.