There used to be a saying: “Make Love Not War”. But I think it has outlived its usefulness – well, certainly in the current political climate – and it needs to be turned on its head.
It’s a fact of Nature that unless a man is prepared to defend the nest, the eggs dry up. It isn’t that your woman is being picky, contrary or moody – although she may be also all of those. But she’s really just obeying Mother Nature when she doesn’t want to have a sex with her man because, in a time of danger, he’s showing no inclination to fight for her, for their children and for their way of life. If this offends your liberal sensitivities, please don’t blame me. I don’t make up the rules. I’m just letting you know about them. The rules have worked this way for about half a billion years – since the Cambrian Explosion. And no amount of social conditioning will change them.
It’s often said that it’s really the women that send men to war and, in a way, that’s true. It’s true of real wars, anyway. I don’t mean the false bankers wars to which we’ve lost millions of good men to during the last century, where the bankers played both sides. I mean real wars – like, for example, during Elizabethan times when our coasts in the UK were continually being plundered by Barbary pirates who would loot not only goods but our women too, for their white slave trade. Or like now, when our borders are wide open and under threat from globalists and liberals who want to turn our country over to whoever the hell wants to walk in here.
If the men won’t close and defend the nation’s borders, it’s only natural, at times like these, for the women to close their legs, tight shut – because their bodies are telling them that it’s too dangerous to bring children into the world. It’s natural selection at work.
A good example of this form of natural selection is found in Nature, with the flamboyantly-coloured Australasian bowerbird. He doesn’t rely solely on his vibrant plumage alone to attract a mate.
Satin bowerbird (credit: Gerhard Koertner / Photoshot)
The bowerbird takes a long time to build his love nest because it’s made up of lots of different intertwined boughs, creepers, flowers and leaves – as many as the bird can find to attract the female.
According to Wikipedia: “Bowerbirds have also been observed creating optical illusions in their bowers to appeal to mates. They arrange objects in the bower’s court area from smallest to largest, creating a forced perspective which holds the attention of the female for longer. Males with objects arranged in a way that have a strong optical illusion are likely to have higher mating success.”
Nature is the Mother of Invention, because the female will only mate with the bowerbird who has made the most effort with his nest. His commitment to such an endeavour is the only indication that she can glean that her progeny will thrive and be secure with him.
So men, if you’re wondering why things have been pretty flat in the bedroom lately – there’s a fast way to get it all moving again.
The Purple Revolution
The election of Donald Trump to the US presidency has prevented the outbreak of World War III with Russia, upon which Hillary Clinton and all the corporate money behind her were hell-bent, and they even had The Furies booked for the season. But Trump has only prevented it because he is prepared to fight for us, and his cojones are obviously in very good shape. I don’t know – maybe he’s on Alex Jones’s Super Male Vitality pills, but anyway, he doesn’t seem to have a problem in that department. However, while World War III has been averted, we’re now in danger of a much more covert war that was actually declared on the white races more than 50 years ago – although none of those cowardly stealth ambushers bothered to tell us about it – and it looks like it’s about to enter another phase.
When Hillary Clinton finally recovered from her melt-down to make her ‘concession speech’, last week, believe me, she was conceding nothing. You may have noticed that everyone on the stage with her was dressed in purple? The word is that this was to signal the launch of the Purple Revolution of one George Soros, the billionaire ‘philanthropist’ who funded and provided the actors for the Arab Spring and the Orange Revolution in the Ukraine.
These were not grass roots uprisings. It’s called astro-turfing. In other words, paid or sponsored actors, in all these so-called ‘revolutions’, overturn legitimately and democratically-installed governments. George Soros plans to do the same with the US government of Donald Trump and, to that purpose, he’s already got his people out rioting and looting and attacking people on the streets of American cities. It’s only a matter of time before they are joined by his other organisations: Black Lives Matter and the Mexican La Rasa.
The hourly rate to sell out your country, the rule of law and democracy seems to be a mere $18.00. I’m sure Judas Iscariot got more than that.
This is the war that could be coming down a street near any of us – and so we might as well start preparing for it. The first act of preparation must be to jettison all this Make Love Not War nonsense, which was designed to weaken us and stop us breeding. Whatever the ‘wimmin’ have been brainwashed to regurgitate in recent decades, it’s not true – and we’re sorry. We don’t want men who know their way around the kitchen and who will sit and listen to all our problems with a sensitive ear; we have our women and gay friends for that.
If you want to see your woman’s mojo on fire again, tell her how you’re going to defend her and fight for her should the $18.00-per-hour astroturfers of the Purple Revolution decide to come to your neighbourhood. And then build your own bowerbird nest with your courage and your integrity – and with the noble spirit of the warrior which does still lay deep inside you.
Shamanic Earth Magic
When the people of Britain voted to leave the European Union in June 2016, the word on everyone’s lips was Sovereignty.
But what is Sovereignty?
There were some who tried to convince the British people that Sovereignty didn’t really exist, or that if it did, it was over-rated. A few self-styled experts claimed that Sovereignty could be extended or pooled; others insisted that Sovereignty was merely “the ability to get things done.”
All of those pundits were wrong – although they were hardly to blame for their errors. Sovereignty actually starts off life as a spiritual transmission from the spirits of the land, but this is no longer taught to the general populace.
However, a few mystic types did know about Sovereignty, and so they weren’t at all surprised when its spirit rose up from the land on the Summer Solstice of 2016, and infused the hearts and minds of the ordinary people of Britain.
In this book, Reclaiming Sovereignty, you will learn all about the spiritual source of Sovereignty – and how to find it and reclaim it in your own life and on your own land.