Tatjana Festerling expresses anger and grief as to what has happened to Germany and Europe

Come into action – finally!

No, no, you are not victims! YOU make yourself victims of the politicians and the catastrophic consequences of their irresponsible decisions. You can do something, EVERYONE OF YOU CAN DO SOMETHING!

We are not as powerless as we think! This has been drumed into us for years, but it is not true. It is a thought cage into which we have been manipulated by perpetually reinvented guilt feelings – historical guilt, climate guilt, sexism guilt, alleged oppressor guilt towards former colonies, women, homosexuals, Muslims, the disabled, and so on. A release from this is possible! However, it requires the deep and honest realization that you can still work so hard, no matter how well and obediently you are obeying the rules, norms and new laws of the state – and nothing, NOTHING will change. On the contrary, your habitual, adjusted behavior only makes things worse. You give up your power to the state – a vicious state that does not protect you, but needs YOU as hardworking working bees, as tax slaves. The state behaves like a parasite that needs permanent catering to keep itself alive.

If you get dizzy with the thought of breaking the rules, google the term “co-dependency”. THAT is then your problem! This includes relativizing, trivializing and making sarcastic little jokes about the terrible conditions in Germany – as if talking about things that do not even affect you.

For every father and every mother, it is infinitely distressing that they are struggling so very hard and still have no positive future prospects for their children! Yes, you suffer, you are deeply sad, many are already depressed – finally get to your feelings! They are real – not the babble of ridiculous figures in Berlin and the regional parliaments. They are the narcissists who are completely unable to deal with criticism and admit mistakes.

And another word that I have left Germany and now be so upset: people like me are long burned, outlawed and have no future in this Germany. I will not get a job, order, appartement or office. And if it does, then the Antifa thugs come with crowbars, spray cans and bitumen bottles. I had the feeling of being trapped in a collectivistically disturbed community that’s worshiping consumption, distraction and a state monster – it took my breath away. And yet I love our beautiful country and keep the diligent, ingenious, faithful, romantic Germans to good, that they actually mean well. Unfortunately they are only completely on the wrong path. Please, please decide for life and not for total submission. PLEASE!

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

21 Replies to “Tatjana Festerling expresses anger and grief as to what has happened to Germany and Europe”

  1. RonW,

    It’s funny you should write such a sentiment. Of course you’re joking but there is a point made. The propensity of western women to go along to get along must stop. I see it always, everywhere, and close to me. Strong broads are way sexier!

    • If you are correct about women’s nature, then it cannot change by will. The blank slate, the notion that we are all infinity malleable is not only false, but its the reason we are where we are.

      Marxists and its numerous branches, one of them being 3rd and 4th wave feminism, have instilled the idea that we can all be anything we want to be.

      Evolutionary theory says otherwise and so far, evolution is batting 1000.

      Women and men’s brains are not the same. Go to a dance class and count the number of women there, and then the number of men who are heterosexual.

      Then go to an instrument class and do the same. Guitar for example. Or engineering. Then subtract the women who are in the engineering class via affirmative action of some kind.

      In this context its more problematic. It may mean that men have to take control again if we wish to see freedom and the Enlightenment continue. Yes, I see the irony in that but its not like irony is a rare thing, is it?

      Women can go along to get along with non-Muslim, non third world cultures again I am certain. They have for what, 2000 years in Europe and multiples of that in the Orient? And before Islam in the Middle East?


      • I agree that the idea that humans are modelling clay to be shaped (by progressives, Marxists and others) is insidious and plain wrong. We can’t all be whatever we choose because we are all subject to certain physical, social and psychological restraints, if nothing else. And yes women in, for instance, defeated societies, have traditionally hastened to make themselves friendly with their conquerors in order (presumably) to improve the chances of their offspring’s survival. Men, of course, and perhaps for similar reasons, will also sometimes betray their societies in certain ways. The question is, could they have acted otherwise? And also, are genetic or evolutionary considerations the only ones relevant to determining human behavior?

        You appear to be undervaluing the power of human agency; that is, of free will. Are you saying that will and choice cannot override, at least sometimes, genetic or social programming? To what degree then, are humans automata? (Under physicalism, the answer is “Completely” – see below). *** My personal belief is that people do in fact have free will and therefore have the ability to modify or change their behaviors, at least some of the time, and subject to certain external (physical) conditions, naturally (pun intended). In other words, women – and men – given the same stimuli and circumstances do not have to respond in the same way each time; they may make a choice to do so, or act unconsciously, but at least in theory, they could always choose to act otherwise.

        *** If strict materialists/physicalists are correct then there is NOTHING but nature, nothing but the natural world, a clockwork mechanism acting completely without intervention from any mind. In which case no one has free will, of course – we respond like all matter as we are forced to by natural laws and processes, as all physical things must respond – and we might as well throw up our hands (if we could decide to do this, which we couldn’t.)

        • By saying that our genetics have a degree of influence, actually a very large one, in terms of our potentials and behaviours, does not lead to the logical opposite whatsoever.

          To say that the concept of tabula rasa, the ghost in the machine and the noble savage are all pernicious lies, which they are in every definition of lie, does not mean that life is genetically deterministic.

          This would be a long, and an extremely worthy discussion. But I would instead beg people to read The Blank Slate by Pinker, and ideally afterwards, Explaining Postmodernism by Hicks.

          He explains the science behind behaviour as it is known now, as well as exposes the Marxist agenda of infecting science with invented nonsense about total malleability.

          In my opinion, Margaret Thatcher was one of the greatest leaders. She was a true liberal and did more for the Working Class of the UK than perhaps anyone in England before or since, and was truly hated by the elitist left for exactly that reason.

          They were resentful that she had lifted them up above their traditional station by opportunity and free market economics, and the left hated that, as the working class was to be their vanguard for the people’s revolution. You can see it in British comedy shows of the Thatcher years.

          but generally in human culture, men are disposable because women create the future. Therefore, women are more important biologically and are nearly always less willing to take risks, and are therefore attracted to men who are high risk takers.

          Can there be any other explanation for why men on motorcycles enjoy larger reproductive options than a guy who pulls down 6 figures working for Google developing some amazing thing or other?

          In any case, we are speaking in generalities here. And generally speaking, according to the science as reported by Pinker:

          We are 50% our genetics, 10% our shared environment and 40% our personal environment.

          This is a fantastic starting place for this kind of discussion. But twin studies actually do give powerful indicators of the degree to which our behaviour, even down to the quirk level (the behavioural equivalent of quark?) influence our thinking and politics.

          I hope there is a study out there which shows the male-female vote ratio for Trudeau minus the Muslims who voted for him.

          That, would be very revealing indeed.

          And how many men voted for the odd porn star that ran for office as has happened in Italy at least once. I would bet far far fewer than she expected.

  2. Eeyore,

    The Siege of Eger 1552 was the first time the Ottomans were stopped when they invaded Europe. 150,000-200,000 Turks tried to take the castle defended by 2300 people, including a few dozen women. The Siege lasted a brutal 39 days. Bertalan Szekely’s famous painting Az Egri Nok (Women of Eger) depicts the defense of the fortress. In battles women were credited with great courage. Included in their duties was the pouring of molten lead onto the heads of the attackers.

    Women were no different then as now. They remain tough and courageous, weak and pliable. Feminized western man is only weak under the guise of sensitivity. Like you say, men must cast off their weakness and lead in war and good women will follow. It is the only way forward.

    • I would like to know more about that battle and see any art work on it please.

      Although the first time Islam was really stopped in Europe, I thought was in Tours in the 10th century by Charles Martel. However I could be wrong, there could be earlier examples and I don’t know if those muslims where Ottomans or not.

      • A novel about the Siege of Eger is Wiki: “Eclipse of the Crescent Moon” (Hungarian: Egri csillagok lit. “Stars of Eger”) – a historical novel by the Hungarian writer Géza Gárdonyi. It was first published in 1899 and is one of the most popular and widely recognized novels in Hungary. The story is set in the first half of the 16th century and covers a period of roughly 25 years. The main historical events that are addressed are the bloodless occupation of Buda, the seat of the Hungarian kings, in 1541, and the 1552 Siege of Eger (now in Northern Hungary) by the Turks that forms the major topic of the novel.
        When the musselmen marched upon Europe in prior centuries, they came in massive numbers described in colorful detail in the Hungarian novel by Géza Gárdonyi, “Eclipse of the crescent Moon”. A novel many Hungarian children read to learn about the Siege of Eger ( “Egri csillagok”).

        There is a passage in this novel which describes wave after wave of the invading forces . May I suggest reading this passage accompanied by a classical musical piece, Ravel’s “Boléro” which theme has an increasingly insistent beat which illuminates the incremental significance of each regiment/division, gaining in scope of clothing, armament, beast, splendor and rank up to the most significant by gradually increasing the use of additional instruments within the orchestra . If you don’t mind my saying, the persistent repetitive musical pattern mimics the persistent repetitive patterns of Islam.

        “The sun rose. The forest was covered in dew. blackbirds trilled. Pigeons cooed. In the distance the first horsemen raised a cloud of dust as they came from the direction of Pecs.
        The road could be seen stretching in the cloud of dust as far as the city itself. At last, a paprika-red banner appeared in the cloud in front of them, then two, then five and then o\more and more of them. Beneath and after the banners came soldiers in high turbans on Arab steeds. The horses were so tiny that some soldiers’ feet almost touched the ground.
        “Those are the gurebas,” Tulip explained. “They are always the first to come. They’re not real Turks.”
        “What are they then?
        “Arabs, Persians, Egyptians, a mixture of all kinds of riff-raff.”
        That was obvious. They were wearing a mixture of clothes. One had an enormous brass plume on his head, and his nose was missing. He had already been in Hungary.
        The second regiment following them carried a green-striped white banner. Their faces were tanned and they wore blue baggy trousers. Their faces showed that they had eaten and drunk well that night.
        “Those are the ulufedjis ,”said tulip. “Mercenaries, military policemen. They also look after the war-treasury. Can you see that fat bellied man with the smashed forehead? With big hrass buttons on his chest…?”
        “His name’s Turna. That means ‘crane’. But I’d sooner call him ‘pig’.”
        “I once saw him eating a hedgehog.”
        Ad Tulip turned his head and spat.
        A regiment with a yellow banner galloped along in their wake. Their weapons shone brighter. The horse of one of the agas sported a silver-studded breast-ornament.
        “Those are silahtars,” said Tulip. “They’re also mercenaries. Hey, you bandits and gallow-birds! I served with you for two years!” And he laughed.
        Next came the spahis with their bows and arrows and red flags, their officers in armour; with broad curving swords at their side. Then the Tatars with their pointed caps. A mass of fat faces, leather jerkins and wooden saddles.
        “A thousand…two thousand….five thousand…ten thousand.” counted Gergely.
        “You’ll never count them”, said Tulip with a dismissive wave, “there are probably something like twenty thousand of them.”
        “Well, they’re ugly, bony-cheeked people.”
        “The turks destest them too. They eat horses’ heads.”
        “Horses head?”
        “Well, they don’t get one each, but they’re certain to put one in the center of the table.”
        “Boiled or roast?”
        “It would be something if they were at least boiled or roasted. but they eat them raw. And these dogs have no mercy even for newly born babes. You see, they take out a man’s spleen.”
        “Don’t say such horrible things!”
        “But that’s how it is. You see, they think that if they rub their horse’s palate with human spleen it will gain new energy, however tired it is.”
        Gergely withdrew his head in disgust from among the foliage. “I’m not watching them, he said. “They’re not human.”
        Tulip, however, went on watching them.
        “Here comes the nisandji bey,” he said a quarter of an hour later. “He’s the one who inscribes the name of the padishah on papers that have his seal.”
        Gergely looked down. All he saw was a pike-headed stately Turk with a long moustache sitting plumply on his little steed among the soldiers.
        Next cam the defterdar, and elderly crook-backed Arab, the Turkish Minister of finance. Following him in another group of soldiers was the Kazai asker in a long yellow robe and a tall white cap. He was the chief judge-advocate. The cheshnidjis, or stewards and butlers came next, then the court bodyguard. They glittered with gold.
        And now the Turkish bands were playing. Amid all the braying of trumpets and the clash of tambourines the varied colours of numerous army corps appeared and went past – the court hunters, whose horses’ manes were coloured red, while they themselves carried falcons on their arms.
        After the huntsmen came the imperial stud. Prancing, fiery steeds, some already saddles. Solaks and janissaries led the horses.
        After the horsemen tall horsetailed banners fluttered over the road. three hundred kapudjis, all of them in identical white caps embroidered with gold. At home they were the sultan’s palace guards.
        Through the clouds of dust the long line of janissaries gleamed white along the road. Their backward-drooping white caps soon became mingled with the officers’ red caps and the blue broadcloth uniforms they wore. Their caps were decorated with a spoon in front.
        “Is the sultan still a long way off?” asked Gergely.
        “Oh yes, he must be some way off,” replied Tulip. “There are at least ten thousand janissaries. Then come the chavishes and all sorts of court dignitaries.
        “In that case let’s move back a bit and have a bite to eat.”
        On the south side the rock hid them from the army. On the road which sloped down to the north they could see the countless host descending into the valley.

        “We might even have a nap too,” Declared Tulip. And he opened his knapsack. Out of it rattled a chain.
        “Why, whatever’s that?” asked Gergely in surprise.
        Tulip raised his eyebrows and laughed. “It’s a good friend to me. Without it I never step outside the village.”
        And since the student looked at him in puzzlement, he went on, “That’s my chain. every time I go out of the village, I fasten one end of it to my leg. You see, then I’ve no need to fear the Turks
        albeit incomplete and not thoroughly researched, here is a list of some of the characters in this story:

        Agas = mercenaries
        Aghalar (commanders)’ agalar ulagassy ‘
        Alti Boluk – Houshold Cavalty corps
        Boluk – ‘gardners’ – these 61 orta began as the palace guard, but became the “gendarmerie” or police force – they were rarely engaged during expeditionary operations, focussing on internal security.
        Cemaat – the assembly – the main ‘expeditionary’ fighting force of 101 ortas – used to garrison important fortresses in peacetime – officers wore yellow boots and were the only Janissary officers entitled to ride in the presence of the Agha of Janissaries.
        Chavishes (court dignitaries)
        Cheshnidjis = stewards and butlers
        Defterdar = Minister of finance
        Gurebas = strangers (not Anatolian/Turkish) armymen = Arab, Egyptian, Kurdish, Persian and Syrian muslim mercenaries; a mixture of all kinds of riff-raff.”
        Janissary corps – 3 divisions(according to Goodwin a quarter of the army)
        Kapudjis = sultan’s palace guards
        Kazai asker =chief judge-advocate
        Muslims cannot enslave muslims – so hence recruitment of Janissaries from among Christian families
        Nisandji bey
        Qapa Kulu = door slaves/janissaries, royal servants and elite soldiers, mainly cataphracts, Sultans Standing Army (Kapi Qulu)[Qapukulu, Kapikul].
        Segmen – keepers of the hounds – (34 orta – regiments of company size [200+ men]) distinguished by red boots – mostly used as a praetorian guard and kept in Istanbul as the Sultan’s personal bodyguard;
        Silahdars = weapons bearers
        Sipahis (spahis) = regiments/divisions of armoured armymen
        Solaks and janissaries led the horses
        Tatars – Crimean tartars =mostly for scouting, terrorising and foraging
        Ulufedjis ,” [a branch of the Turkish Sipahi, Anatolian cavalry; ‘ arghelart ‘ may be read as aghalar

      • Eeyore
        The first time invading moslims in Europe were defeated was in 732 in the Battle of Tours (Poitiers) by Charles Herstal (nicknamed Martèl from the latin martellus meaning hammer or the hammer), grandfather of Charlemagne.
        The invading muslim army of emir Abdul Rahman cannot be called Ottoman because the Ottoman Empire did not came into being until 1299.

  3. As far as I can tell from a quick investigation the Moslems defeated at Tours were a mix of Arab and Berber with the Berber making up most of the Army.

    The Moslem forces at the siege of Eiger were Ottoman Truks.

    I would have to do a detailed study of the first Islamic Conquest to know if there was an earlier defeat of the Islamic Invaders but Charles Martel is given credit for saving Christendom from the invaders. The defeat of the Turks at Vienna is generally considered the turning point in the fight against the Islamic Conquest in the East but there were other battles (many of them) in Eastern Europe and in the Med.

    Once the VA changes by glasses prescription I really need to read up on that time period, there are a lot of parallels to what is happening now.

  4. There are major differences in how men and women think and these differences are hardwired into the brain, The left in the usual denial of real science refuses to accept this just as they refuse to accept that a large part of human behavior is controlled by our genes. This is one of the reasons I keep saying that the West will win, eventually the Europeans are going to revert to what their genetic code says is the proper survival behavior (behavior) that Tatnana’s apeal is calling for). Massive Civil Disobedience is the first step in the Europeans taking back their countries. I say the first because in some possibly most of the Western European nations a violent civil war or coup is probably required. We won’t know which nations until the Civil Disobedience campaigns start.

  5. jermans have been snobs of the e u for decades and every ideology ever to be prduced by them has been demented and caused genocid .F germany

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