A lot of Europeans don’t care about 9/11, which normally I think it’s a good thing to not really give a shit about American things, but unfortunately, I don’t think they’re realistic about it and don’t seem to get it wasn’t just an “American” thing given that it pulled European countries in Middle Eastern wars, and America’s evil reaches worldwide.
20 years is the lion’s share of my life on Earth so far, but I have a strong memory and so I can actually remember a fair bit of my childhood in the late ’90s and early 2000s.
I’m putting those memories on a permanent loop in my mind, because I remember pretty much everything being better and I don’t think it’s ever going to be that way again.
The other day, I did something I don’t really ever do and watched a movie. A German Romantic Comedy from 1996. It was an enjoyable film. There was no gay stuff in it, certainly no trannies, and get this: No diversity save for an Asian guy being on screen for like two seconds toward the end and I honestly think his inclusion was meant to be a joke in that scene.
All of the actors and actresses were Germans. It was directed and written by Germans, and it was filmed in Austria.
You know what stood out aside from the lack of diversity?
The optimism. Art imitates life so they say, and the fact is, in all of global cinema, everything since 2001 has become dark and gritty. Nihilistic and often with themes of terrorism. Prior to this, people were optimistic about the future. Even looking back on films made in the middle of the second World War, it was always cheery and romantic; sweeping orchestral scores, and just exuded good vibes.
Subversives often say that “there was no golden age” and “everyone looks at the past with rose-tinted glasses”, and perhaps there is truth in the latter statement, but I think everyone can now tell the former is complete bullshit. I do not think anyone today will tell you honestly that they look forward to what the future holds or that their lives weren’t better in the past. The “past” now being 2019, and 2019 was pretty shit.
But we know that the past was better. Not only was it better economically and by a myriad of statistics, we know it was better because we have writings, films, and testimonies of the people who lived in these times and we have lived it ourselves. Even the baby boomers looked forward to the future.
When people stop looking forward to the future, then you know that things have gotten bad and society went off the rails somewhere. The idea that the “past wasn’t better” is just gas lighting people about their own collective experience.
And these last 20 years have been the absolute worst in all World history.
The only argument that people can ever muster to say the present is somehow better, is to say some stupid gibberish about how we’re not “racist” and “homophobic” anymore. As I wrote about in one of my first articles on this site regarding the American 1950s, the only argument for why the past was worse is because it assumes that the power of racial aliens and fags over the country is the metric by which a virtuous society is judged rather than how a nation empowers its own people and enables them to form families and live in safety.
It’s pretty clear to me that, when we were racist and homophobic, things were just better for us.
I’m literally willing to throw blacks and buttfuckers under the bus if that’s what it takes for things to be better again — and I’m pretty damn convinced that’s what it takes.
9/11 was orchestrated by Mossad to begin wars in the Middle East that were meant to knock out Israel’s enemies, who at the time were mostly-secular governments that ran their countries more like actual countries. They all hated Israel and if they combined their might, could’ve easily defeated the country, but of course — the Eternal Anglo came to the rescue.
This also achieved the intended effects of creating a perfect means to flood Europe with “refugees” from these countries of savages since the dictators who kept these people inside were killed, and now — 20 years later, on the anniversary of 9/11, America welcomes hundreds of thousands of the very people they went to war with.
I’m sure it’s going to work out great.
9/11 changed the world because it was the true start of the Jews’ agenda for the total destruction of the West after that setback they had in the ’30s.
However, it will pale in comparison to the changes they will make to the world via this flu tyranny.