Laura – Defend Europa

Girl from Newfoundland interviews girl from a Yorkshire village – most illuminating and underscores the point that these two can get along like best pals, yet both are for their own culture and heritage.

Should Laura go to Newfoundland as a guest, she’d be welcome, if she decided to settle there, she’d not be trying to import Yorkshire but would fit in with Newfoundland culture – that’s how it goes.

The globalists lie – there’s very real friendship between different nations and in particular between westerners. But the PTB have always had other ideas – we need to be killing one another. It’s so natural for them, because that’s their mindset, not ours, to assume that populism does not mean sense of one’s own history and culture but must mean hatred, by definition.

Which of course is utter bollox. I have many overseas friends and we get along just as these two in the podcast do. If you call these two hatemongers, then you need your head read.

As for immigrants – small numbers, controlled numbers, those who plan to assimilate because they love our culture. In Russia, I was often called na polovina russki or half Russian. If you don’t like the place and you’re not prepared to embrace its people, then what the hell are you doing there?

And the answer to that is glaring – those people are there to break up the nation, replace it as in the SF films where aliens try to take over, kill off and replace. It’s really very simple. It’s primal.

6 comments for “Laura – Defend Europa

  1. Bill
    August 22, 2019 at 12:15

    Probably just me but don’t those two ladies have massive foreheads.
    It could just be the perspective unlikely for both of them but it does strike me as odd and nearly as odd is the similarity of their mouths, smiles, noses and cheeks.

    • August 22, 2019 at 12:57

      Clearly clones you think, Bill?

      • Bill
        August 22, 2019 at 13:07

        Cloning may or may not be possible I have no idea but taking one face ‘in digital form’ and making another from it ‘in digital form’ is easily doable these days and is indeed done.

        As is making a digital face appear to speak. Don’t go near utube these days but there were quite a few videos of this digital process in action up there last year.

        • August 22, 2019 at 13:45

          Dubbing Newfoundland over Yorks accent too – more and more clever each year.

        • James Strong
          August 23, 2019 at 18:58

          ‘Don’t go near utube these days’

          Is this an instruction to the readers, it’s a rather silly instruction because there is a lot of good stuff on youtube, or do you mean ‘I don’t go near utube these days’.

          Why do you write in a way that obscures your meaning?

          I’ve made the point on this blog before, and it’s worth repeating – if someone has something to say that they think is important then they won’t take the risk of being misunderstood by writing in a way that is not clear.

          • August 23, 2019 at 19:11

            I think Bill means he doesn’t go near it.

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