Thursday, 11 September 2008


Another cracking good essay from my favourite Norwegian, Robert Fjordman. We in Britain are not alone in having mass immigration problems and traitorous leaders.

The leader of Afrikan Youth in Norway … Sam Chimaobi Ahamba suggests that Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe is a freedom fighter, and that the Western media focus on him stems from Western (meaning white racist) anger at an African freedom fighter. "Yes, people get beat up and women get raped, … “ says Ahamba. …

"I don't agree with the idea that just because I support Mugabe, I have to defend the fact that he has killed a lot of people." No, he supports Mr. Mugabe "from a pan-African principle. He is a leader who really tries to liberate his people from European powers. There must be enough freedom of speech in this country for me to have such a viewpoint," …

Mr. Ahamba concludes that "The case of Zimbabwe is important to us because it affects our families, our continent and our destinies as a united people. That people of European origins should deny us Africans a cultural nationalism, a pride and a fighting spirit is not acceptable, just or democratic. It is classic Eurocentrism and bordering on racism to call us racists and supporters of genocide just because we support our own leaders. Africans, whether they are at home on the continent or in the diaspora have a natural enthusiasm for and emotional links to Zimbabwe because it is our home and our struggle against oppression…. It was black power – and it was without apology. … “

[ … Fjordman :]

… If native Europeans talk about limiting mass immigration (which really is a form of colonization), the same "African diaspora" are always among the first to complain about "racism." They should have the right to expel whites from Africa, and then they should follow them abroad. In other words: Africa for Africans - and Europe for Africans, too.

I would like to ask Mr. Sam Chimaobi Ahamba the following: Since you feel so "oppressed" by evil white people, why did you move to a country and a continent full of them? Isn't it emotionally challenging for you to see so many of them on a daily basis? …

… we don't have to insult or vilify anybody in order to be attacked, it is enough merely to suggest that we exist and have a right to exist. If we make organizations specifically dedicated to taking care of our interests and promoting our cultural heritage, we will quickly be demonized as "right-wing extremists" or "neo-Nazis" by the left-wing media, and quite possibly face legal prosecution by the authorities. My ancestors have lived in this country since the end of the last Ice Age, yet we have no status as a distinct group. Pakistanis, Somalis and Kurds have the right to preserve their culture in my country, but I don't. Which is another way of saying that native Europeans are second-rate citizens in our own countries, and are intentionally made to be so according to the ruling Multicultural paradigm promoted by the cultural elites on a national level and the European Union and others on a supranational level.

The only ones who are specifically denied displaying any pride in their cultural heritage are people of European origins. That's the whole point of Multiculturalism. You didn't think there was another point, did you? This is how for instance the "conservative" Swedish PM Fredrik Reinfeldt can say in public that the native culture in his country was just barbarism, and that everything that was good was imported from abroad. The Swedish people, just like the Norwegian, the Finnish, the English, the Flemish, the Swiss, the Austrian, the Italian people etc. have been linguistically deconstructed and abolished. Our countries no longer exist as cultural entities, only as empty vessels to be filled with the "human rights" of other peoples.

Native Europeans are being told that we don't have a culture and that we thus "gain" culture when others move to our countries. This is an insult to thousands of years of European history, to the Celtic, Germanic and Slavic legacies and the Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian heritage we all share in. The next moment we are told that we do have a culture, but it consists of nothing but a long line of crimes and is thus not worth preserving, anyway.

My nation doesn't have a colonial history. It gained its independence as late as the twentieth century, at which point it was a poor country, yet because I am white, I am held personally responsible for every bad act, perceived or real, committed by every person who happens to have roughly similar skin color throughout recorded history. American novelist Susan Sontag once stated that "The white race is the cancer of human history." I am told that I am evil specifically because of my race, and five minutes later I'm told that "race" doesn't exist, it's socially constructed. What this means is that people of European origins can be verbally (and sometimes physically) attacked for being white, yet are systematically deprived of any means of defending themselves against these attacks or identifying the cause of them.

… If non-Europeans have the right to resist colonization, shouldn't Europeans have the same right? … immigration policies bear little correlation to past history, population density or size. Ireland, Denmark, Britain, France, Sweden, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands have one, and only one, thing in common: The natives are white, and therefore seemingly have no legitimate claim to their own countries.

In decadent societies of the past, the authorities didn't open the gates to hostile nations and ban opposition to this as intolerance and barbarophobia. What we are dealing with in the modern West is not merely decadence; it's one of the greatest betrayals in history. Our so-called leaders pass laws banning the opposition to our dispossession as "racism and hate speech." To native Europeans, when listening to our media and our leaders, it's as if we don't even exist, as if it were normal for them to put the interests of other nations over their own. Despite having "democratic" governments, many Western countries have authorities that are more hostile to their own people than dictators in some developing countries. Why? I can think of several possible reasons, but either way, it's time for that policy to end.

I urge you to go read it all. It’s a long essay, but a cracking good read.


1 comment:

Anti-gag said...

We should all take heart from this, one more power mad dictator starting to topple.

Some people much closer to home should take note.

Chris Hill