Time for a short hiatus

UPDATED Tuesday:

As I think I mentioned, there are some quite heavy issues going on at the moment, not of a general but of a specific nature and I am the target.  I can either fight them off or I can fight blog issues but I can’t do both. Government lackeys are the main problem.

The mindset I’ve had to adopt in the Real Life issues, countering these bastards, is pretty belligerent and heat-seeking missile-ish but unfortunately, it’s also coming through in my abrupt responses to things online as well and I’ve found myself being abrupt with friends and allies, which is unfortunate.

On the other hand, to find myself under attack for supporting one father – one mother in a marriage and family I find quite frankly unbelievable.

To have a message sent to me by a woman, written in a smug, self-satisfied tone, to the effect that I am the one with problems for supporting those things – then what is the world coming to? What a sad case she is, utterly impervious to learning.

On the other hand, I received a message from two other women saying don’t disappear so at least some women do understand what I’m trying to say.

To find myself under attack for believing in our heritage, culture and traditions in general is an amazing thing these days. To have to defend our Judaeo-Christian heritage, albeit in a formerly pagan world, which is our national heritage, is also amazing.

It’s probably better to have a hiatus to regroup, but you know bloggers – something always comes up and already, posts on engineers being cold fish [written by engineers] and fatherless homes [based on Churchmouse's post] are in the queue for next week.

Rather than “hiatus”, perhaps better words are “drastically reduced on an intermittent skeleton schedule”. Next Monday, for those who read these outpourings, it will either be back to normal or gone forever.

5 Responses to “Time for a short hiatus”

  1. james wilson January 21, 2013 at 19:11 Permalink

    It is good to see that you are considered worthy of the effort of silencing by the keepers of the General Will, so that the English may remain free to think whatever the government allows them to think.

    I have always been impressed by the words of Whittaker Chambers to his wife as he decided to take the dangerous step of leaving the communist underground. He told her that he felt liberated even though they were leaving the winning side for the losing side.

    You, James, are surely on the losing side. Over here, the General Will is also confident–perhaps overconfident–but they still own more fear of the outliers than exist in England. I would have thought hat the left in England has no fear, but you illustrate otherwise.

  2. A K Haart January 21, 2013 at 19:58 Permalink

    “Don’t let the buggers grind you down.”

    I’m sure we won’t. Whatever the issue is, good luck.

  3. Ian Hills January 21, 2013 at 21:55 Permalink

    Bloggers are definitely facing persecution, so they must be doing something right. Good luck, James.

  4. Amfortas January 22, 2013 at 00:34 Permalink

    Gird the loins and be of good heart: sharpen the sword and grip the lance. Fetch the dogs.

  5. Daniel1979 January 22, 2013 at 13:55 Permalink

    “Rather than “hiatus”, perhaps better words are “drastically reduced on an intermittent skeleton schedule”. Next Monday, for those who read these outpourings, it will either be back to normal or gone forever.”

    Well if it counts for amything my vote is for “back to normal”

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