If I ever had white privilege,
I ignored it to inspire greener global village,
but 15 years of gYg-esture they want to pillage!
No room for racism:
More room for rapism?
No room for big populations:
No room for mass immigration!
No room for animals:
as humanity claims all!
True: BLM were threatening violence if Trump won, so are equally to blame for Capitol violence, although BBC etc never cite that; although they are always excusing Islamist terrorism on racism or Western foreign policy. Most ‘right-wing’ extremists of the last 20 years have been reacting to Islamist/Black attacks; although they claim to be reacting to us; in an eternal clash of cultures. Ironically, US/European soldiers are protecting African black Christians v Islamists who rape and behead them!BLM say they’re inspired by the Vietcong, and that’s how they worked: small attacks provoking big reactions. Like other terrorist groups: such as the KLA in the Balkans, and al-Quaeda/I.S. in the world: 9/11 was one such big provocation, with the reaction inspiring I.S. etc.
The BBC did go big on this murder, unlike the black on white ones I recently posted. It does provide a good warning too: that nobody can be trusted; not even baby-faced married ‘family men’. It’s like with Weinstein, even without the ‘criminal crimes’ he did at work; he already had a wife who looked much too good for him, and children; but still felt the need to cheat and compete; and to resort to the dirtiest tricks to do it!
I was reminded of my time in academia (media department) watching this rom-com film, mostly set in an American media corporation. Available now on Film4 in UK.He was having fun, while looking for the ‘one’ too; unknowingly competing with a ‘married powerful man with a family’ most of the time!
Is life like a solar hourglass? Without top/bottom. Spinning around:
energy, money, food, drink, happiness and love star bound?
gYg hourglass of my writing: turn at ‘middle-age’ to go over where I was before, newest 1st… still falling in a familiar world
I think the thing I have most in common with the sun is how humanity gets us both wrong; seeing things from their ego all the time
This could be the BBC-style British liberals she’s talking to; who just seem to repeat the BLM propaganda; with many (most?) white too; just as relevant this side of the Atlantic:
Some people think we’re in a post-truth world, and I’m in a post-youth one. As I wrote several times, the greenYgrey (2005-2015) was my goodbye to youth, a metamorphic transition stage squeezing out the last drops, while looking back, and trying to provide advice to today’s youth. I’ve still been ‘playing along’ with the greenYgrey times for those who seem to be ‘fans’; all over the world!; but sometimes they are ‘negatives’ trying to make out it’s something else. My mindset now is that of a middle-aged ‘rational’: quite cynical but not without ‘humanity’; and still trying to do good as I see it: for all life on Earth; which I know is a cycle of contesting interests, and difficult enough to see any progress in GB and Europe… with all the forecasts for a downhill trend due to world overpopulation… that doesn’t mean I want to kill off humans… I would like more birth control, but that’d mean the main monotheistic religions pushing it, and stopping their ‘population arms race’, so they can boast they’ve got the most followers!
Yesterday I wrote I was in a post-youth world, and then I watched this, and thought Brand is too. When he wrote his ‘Revolution’ book which was in shop windows the same time as my ‘XaW Files’ was ignored, and getting lots of media and academic plaudits, he was a philosophical numpty!Compared to this real philosopher he still sounds like a stumbling student.But he does seem to have been studying it in the 5 years since ‘Revolution’, and now has a more balanced approach.I can now watch it without cringing. So for those who thought I was ‘jealous’, you were very wrong. I was just worried about you being led astray, and the effect on the country… and children.I think he was trying to do good all along, but like many ‘youths’ who learn a little politics and philosophy, he acted before he knew what he was talking about; true knowledge takes years.
Social ‘grapevines’ are usually fuelled by ‘manure’. As this band was known as CCR, the ‘grapevine’ revolves around SSR: Sensationalism, Sex, Romance.The greenYgrey was supposed to ‘mature’ without ‘manure’; with the child grooming epidemic most in mind; but the majority of the media and ‘gatekeepers’ seem determined to keep the social turmoil growing with wave after wave of immigration bringing new rules and speech to learn, instead of improving what they already know.One of the reasons against me moving to a country that doesn’t speak English is that i’d need to spend time learning that language; instead of stuff I’m more interested in, such as life, nature and space. Instead of learning how to live better as Britain, over the last 25 years British people have been learning how to live as ‘multiculturals’, with loads more ways to be punished and feel anxious, watching ‘what they say all the time’; and now even ‘think’ with ‘unconscious bias’; increasing any ‘inferiority complex’ present because of their social status,
Regular readers may have been surprised that I posted a video that favoured a black woman over a blonde white professor days after saying I’d rather be in a relationship with a poor Nordic than a rich Arab. That was the difference between social and political; as my social opinions are different to my political; whereas the average person seem to conflate the two; as with celebrity etcThen I seemed to twist around again, praising the expertise of a professor over an ordinary man (comedian).That shows that like in most things in life there are no consistent rules; no black and white (either way); more greenYgrey. Like in literature, there are no hard and fast consistent rules; separate one word meanings for everything; for most things there are general rules, but you still have to distinguish on a case by case basis!
Above are recent Facebook posts, with more context there.