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Fukushima Sixth Anniversary and the conflicting Information surrounding It

Tomorrow is going to be sixth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan that lead to the nuclear disaster in Fukushima. I already wrote about this two months ago and questioned what we are being told about radiation.


Conflicting Information

The information we’ve received about Fukushima is fairly conflicting in my opinion. The Dai-ichi plant is supposedly still leaking radiation and has been doing so for five years, yet we haven’t seen any grand scale environmental disaster or health problems due to it. Certainly the Japanese government and media suppressed some information relating to Fukushima, and there have been reports of health issues in some Japanese people, mutated vegetables and other alarming, yet not obviously disastrous issues. When the Fukushima disaster occurred, I was expecting tons of obvious health issues, mutations and whatnot to occur in Japan. Something so drastic that it cannot be covered up. Yet life in most parts of Japan goes on as normal.

In my opinion there is a great deal we are not being told. Either about Fukushima itself or about nuclear power. Just last month Fox News reported that the radiation level are at “unimaginable” levels, and the “highest they’ve been since 2011 when a tsunami hit the coastal reactor”. I’ve been seeing reports like this every now and then since 2011. It seems to me that either the reports are wrong, or that radiation isn’t as harmful as we’ve been lead to believe. There have also been several claims over the years that Tokyo should not be inhabited anymore or that it will become uninhabited in X years.

On the other hand, plenty of main stream media outlets are saying that radiation from Fukushima is not a big deal.

I don’t know what is going on, except that the information we are getting is contradictory. Therefore I will propose a few different possibilities for what is going on. Some of them are more fringe than others.


Theories on what is going on

One possibility is as I suggested in my previous article, “How do we know that Radioactivity is actually harmful?”, that maybe radiation really is not as harmful as they claim. It might even have beneficial qualities to it. I should remind of the late nuclear engineer, Galen Winsor, who claimed that uranium is not harmful. He even ate some of it in front of a video camera. Maybe he was lying, maybe he was a fraud but he seems credible to me, and suggest seeing some of his videos on Youtube.

Another possibility on Fukushima is that maybe Tepco actually managed to clean up most of the damage caused by the nuclear accident, and the reports in the media that claim the reactor is still leaking are disinformation to cause fear or for other reasons. Alternatively, maybe someone or something else had cleaned site. Perhaps nature has an effective method of diluting the harmful effects of nuclear waste and radiation. Or maybe it was friendly aliens. I don’t find this a credible possibility, but it is still a possibility.

Then again, maybe all we’ve been told about nuclear power is a lie. Maybe they never even split the atom, and atom bombs and nuclear power plants use a different kind of technology that we haven’t been told of. I recall reading about a conspiracy theory on the internet long time ago that claims atom bombs are a hoax. It has resurfaced recently. Even back then I thought the claim is so far off I don’t think anyone would make it up just for the purposes of disinformation. It probably has some truth to it. If this is true, then nuclear power plants probably produce electricity through a method other than nuclear fission.



I don’t know what is going on with Fukushima and nuclear power in general, but if it is not as bad as it seems, it’s good news. Maybe Japan’s environment wasn’t as devastated as I and many others thought by the disaster. The effects of radiation could be more subtle, though, and only manifest in a very obvious way only after years. However, it seems to me we are not getting the whole story. On one side the media is saying, it’s nothing, don’t worry about it, and on the other they are saying that it’s still leaking and the radiation levels are getting worse.




‘Fukushima catastrophe ongoing: Leakage on a daily basis’: https://www.rt.com/op-edge/376607-leakage-radiation-fukushima-japan/

Revenge of the mutant vegetables? Pictures of crops ‘deformed by fall-out of Fukushima nuclear disaster’ sweep Asia. . . but is it all just a hoax?: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2367436/Fukushima-mutant-vegetable-images-sweep-region-years-nuclear-disaster.html

Witness the nuclear fear scam. Scientist eats uranium.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmJN-LMPnX0

Radiation at Japan’s Fukushima Reactor Is Now at ‘Unimaginable’ Levels: http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/02/08/unimaginable-levels-radiation-fukushima-pacific-ocean-leaks

Fukushima Radiation Has Contaminated The Entire Pacific Ocean (And It’s Going To Get Worse): http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-02/fukushima-radiation-has-contaminated-entire-pacific-ocean-and-its-going-get-worse

Should we be worried about Fukushima radiation?: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/12/09/should-we-worried-fukushima-radiation/95196156/

‘Fukushima ‘safe’ for Tokyo 2020′: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1440364/fukushima-safe-tokyo-2020

How do we know that Radioactivity is actually harmful?: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2017/01/11/radioactivity-harmful/

Cultural Marxists are pushing their agenda in East-Asia as in the West

One thing I’ve heard people who harp on about White Genocide say is that the Marxists are pushing their multiculturalism only in the West, that only White countries are expected to increase their diversity. This is incorrect. The Cultural Marxists are pushing their foul ideas in East-Asia as they are in the West. I’ll focus on Japan and South Korea in this post. I’ll write about China later.



The Marxists are very clearly promoting their ideas in Japan. An Al Jazeera article by Alanna Schubach from 2014 mentioned that “Hidenori Sakanaka, the head of the Japan Immigration Policy Institute, said that a social revolution is necessary, in which Japan is reconceived as a multiethnic nation”. The Marxists are promoting censorship of free speech, or ban on “hate speech”, in Osaka. This apparently backed by the U.N. The article describes the writer’s Marxist ideology as follows: “even mainstream Japan is, at best, ambivalent about multiculturalism and has resisted loosening its immigration laws despite a rapidly aging citizenry. An ordinance outlawing hate speech would be a significant step toward tolerance, and Osaka, known for being a comparatively lively and liberal city, would be an appropriate leader to soften attitudes about difference.”

Miss Japan of 2015 was the half-black Ariana Miyamoto. She also was chosen to represent Japan in the Miss Universe pageant. The person behind this decision was Inès Ligron, who just happens to be Jewish. She’s also very influential in the fashion world as is promoting prostitute-like attire for models. “In 1998, she was appointed the Japan National Director of the Miss Universe Organization owned by New York real estate mogul Donald Trump & NBC Universal INC.”

Marxists have been pushing multiculturalism in the academic sphere as well. Chris Burgess discussed in the Asia-Pacific Journal in 2007 how certain other academics have called Japanese ethnic homogeneity a myth. This reminds me of claims that Britain has always been “multicultural nation”. It is a way of trying to influence people to accept multiculturalism into their country today, if they perceive that this is the way things have always been. Burgess’ conclusion is that Japan “does not appear to be particularly multicultural, and he he adds that “This begs the question of whether those writing in the ‘multicultural Japan’ vein are not being descriptive but rather prescriptive: not saying what Japan is like but what it should, ought to, or must be like.”

These are just a few examples of Marxists pushing their ideology in Japan. Many other articles on this can be found simply by Google.


South Korea

An article in The Diplomat claims that:

“Few countries take multiculturalism as seriously as Korea does. While most countries have vague and ambiguous multicultural policies consisting of either forcing immigrants to assimilate to the local culture or allowing immigrants to integrate while keeping their traditions, Korea has come up with a new concept: tamunhwa.

Tamunhwa means multiculturalism in Korean, and the basic idea is for Koreans to learn as much as they can about immigrants’ original culture while setting up as many cultural immersion programs as possible for immigrants. With foreign residents now accounting for nearly 3 percent of the population of a country that long defined itself as homogenous, Koreans are taking multiculturalism seriously.”

This sounds like a governmental agenda to push multiculturalism onto people rather than something organic from the regular people. The article also states that Korea has two demographic problems: Koreans being too well educated, so there is a lack of unskilled workers and women from the countryside attending universities, and the farmers having lack of wives, which leads to decreasing birth rates. The solution to this is of course immigration; importing unskilled workers and women as brides. How about just shutting down the universities and letting people do something useful with their lives?

Korea.net has an info-piece titled “Transformation into a Multicultural Society”. This makes it sound like multiculturalism is something to be proud about. It is also mentioned that: “Foreigners are also starting to take a more prominent role in their adopted country. For example, Jasmine Lee is a Filipina- Korean who is currently serving as a member of the Gender Equality and Family Committee of the 19th National Assembly”. Gender Equality committee sounds Marxist as hell.

The UPI website has an article named “South Korea’s population becoming more diverse, but tolerance lagging”. The mere wording is Marxist. The article quotes the aforementioned Jasmine Lee: “There’s negative perception regarding multiculturalism . . . Even in Europe, [Koreans say] multiculturalism has failed, so why would a small country like South Korea succeed?” I don’t think she answered her question, yet she is still pushing the ideology since clearly it’s just something she has to do.

Later on the UPI article quotes Cindy Lou Howe, “an American filmmaker of African-American and Korean heritage” saying: “And multiculturalism is going to be one of those things. Whether or not Koreans are ready, it’s going to happen.” We are the Borg. Resistance is Futile.

A story in East Asia Forum clearly states the subversive goal of international Marxism: “North and South Korea are widely regarded to be ethnically homogenous societies. But with minority populations having grown 
in numbers and importance in both Koreas, demographic homogeneity has become a myth. Yet the importance of ethnic nationalism as an underlying identity of the two states prevents a genuine transition to a multicultural society in both cases.” Naturally you cannot then ask the question whether multiculturalism is such a good idea then? No, you just have to wipe out all national identity so that all will be assimilated into Marxism.

The same as Japan, South Korea is being slowly subverted by Marxist multiculturalism.



The Cultural Marxists do not not only hate the White man and want to genocide them, but they clearly also hate the Yellow man. It is a global agenda for international Marxism. It should be noted that both Japan and South Korea are military “allies” of the United States, or actually subjugated by them. As the US is more or less controlled by Israel, so are Japan and South Korea controlled by it by proxy. America, Europe, Japan and Korea all have the same enemy.

The multicultural Marxism hasn’t been as effective in East-Asia as it has been in the West. One reason most likely is that the Marxists have been manipulating the Western psyche far longer, however I don’t think that’s the only reason. Although the Marxists wish to subvert the East as well as the West, the East has been better at resisting it. It would appear Asians are better at holding onto their heritage than Europeans.

That is not to say that everything is perfect in Asia either. As in the West, we are taught to hate ourselves and believe that our cultures are inherently evil, and look to others for content, similar trends appear in East-Asia as well. In some ways Asian women are taught to admire Western men, and some even have plastic surgery to make themselves look Western. Plastic surgery in general is very popular in South Korea, which denotes the fact that they are not proud to be themselves.

Nationalists all over the world should co-operate to defeat the scourge of international Marxism. They do not only wish to bring about White Genocide, they wish to exterminate all ethnic and national identities.



The case for a more multicultural Japan: http://america.aljazeera.com/opinions/2014/11/multiculturalismjapanantikoreanprotests.html

Miss Universe Japan opens up about her racist critics: http://mashable.com/2015/04/08/miss-universe-japan-racism/#W0ICwN.04gqx

Meet Miss Universe Japan’s Former National-Director: http://renegadetribune.com/meet-miss-universe-japans-former-national-director/

Multicultural Japan? Discourse and the ‘Myth’ of Homogeneity: http://apjjf.org/-Chris-Burgess/2389/article.html

‘Multicultural Japan’ remains a pipe dream: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/community/2007/03/27/issues/multicultural-japan-remains-a-pipe-dream/#.Vr4PJkYgiSp

Multiculturalism in Japan: Citizenship Policy for Immigrants: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/social-and-human-sciences/resources/periodicals/diversities/past-issues/vol-5-no-1-2003/multiculturalism-in-japan-citizenship-policy-for-immigrants/

South Korea redefines Multiculturalism: http://thediplomat.com/2014/07/korea-redefines-multiculturalism/

Transformation into a Multicultural Society: http://www.korea.net/AboutKorea/Society/Transformation-Multicultural-Society

South Korea’s population becoming more diverse, but tolerance lagging: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2015/04/08/South-Koreas-population-becoming-more-diverse-but-tolerance-lagging/6301428414418/

Multiethinic Korea?: http://ieas.directfrompublisher.com/catalog/book/multiethnic-korea

How ethnic nationalism undercuts multiculturalism on the Korean peninsula: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2015/04/30/how-ethnic-nationalism-undercuts-multiculturalism-on-the-korean-peninsula/

So you say the Nazis were racist and hated everything?

Already back in the early to mid-2000s before I was seriously into conspiracy theories and facts, questioned the Holocaust and all that, the common depiction of Nazi Germany perplexed me. Supposedly they were racist and could not stand other races, but how then Japan had been one of their closest allies? Didn’t the Germans notice the Japanese were… different? Moreover I saw a TV documentary about the Nazi expedition into Tibet where they were trying to uncover traces of the alleged Aryan heritage. Back then I thought Tibet was so cool and mysterious, which raised my interest in the Nazis as well. If the Nazis hated all the other races, or thought them inherently inferior and repugnant, why would they bother to travel all the way to Tibet to look for evidence of their ancestry? The Nazi interest in Asia did not really fit the main stream narrative.

Moreover, I saw a DVD in a supermarket called The Occult History of the Third Reich. I was fascinated by it, and uncharacteristically I bought it although it wasn’t on sale. It was probably the first DVD I bought myself. When I watched it, I found it even more fascinating. The Nazis seemed to believe in something mysterious, something unknown and worth discovering. Compared to the main stream Western beliefs of both dogmatic Christianity and materialistic capitalism, the Nazi religion seemed more vibrant and alive.

I saw the documentary during the height of the War on Terror, in 2004-2005, and felt particularly trapped by the materialistic dogma of capitalism. As if the way we did things was the inherently best way of handling things, and there was no room for change or improvement. The Nazi beliefs hinted that they thought differently from the dogma of the West as well. It wasn’t all written in stone.

Back then, the Second World War looked like it was a conflict between the Old World Order of the Anglo-American Empire + France, and the Axis States that wanted to both bring something new and to revitalize something ancient. Although in my lifetime, decades after the war, the Axis States have been presented as intolerant, regressive and violent, I think that suits the Allies better. Back then I couldn’t imagine Britain, for instance, allying itself in an equal manner with a non-European nation, the way Germany did with Japan. The only way Britain would co-operate with non-Europeans is by conquering them into their empire, like India or Hong Kong. As far as I know, the Nazi expedition to Tibet was peaceful. The British expedition to Tibet in 1903-1904 wasn’t.

That was more or less my image of WWII ten about ten years ago, although I didn’t really dare to make too much of it, or bring the train of thought to its logical conclusion. So I didn’t look further until much later.

Modern media has made great effort to make people associate Hitler and the Nazis in a Pavlovian manner with hate and racism. However, if you bother to look, that’s not the whole story.

First let’s a couple of examples of anti-Nazi propaganda. This is an infamous clip from the Captain Planet cartoon with Hitler. Some bad guys apparently go back in time to sell a nuclear bomb to Hitler. When the superhero Captain Planet comes to save the day the mere presence of Hitler supposedly exudes such hate that it makes Captain Planet uncomfortable.

Who here really radiates hatred, Hitler, or the propagandists who made the cartoon? The same as contemporary Cultural Marxists who claim that everyone else is full of hate, the Cultural Marxists are the one’s who are only motivated by hate.

Apparenty this sort of propaganda originated already when Hitler was alive. There’s the infamous Jesse Owens affair. He was a black athlete who won a gold medal in the Olympics in Germany. According to the media Hitler snubbed him, because he’s black. This was a lie, and in fact Hitler congratulated him and shook his hand.

Modern research has also shown that Nazi Germany’s military was very multicultural. There were plenty of Jews, blacks, and Arabic Muslims who were in the military. Apparently the Germans trusted them enough to give them weapons.

In conclusion, like I’ve said before, the whole image of Nazis that we are presented by the main stream is mostly a fabrication. It is as real as the Captain Planet cartoon. This does not, of course, imply that the Nazis were necessary the good guys. History is not as black and white as a cartoon. But the Allies certainly weren’t fighting for any morally or spiritually lofty goals either.

P. S.

The Chinese (both nationalists and communists) were allied with the Allies, but that was mainly because they fought against Japanese, which I would say is mainly due an old ethnic conflict between the two countries.


1938–39 German expedition to Tibet: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1938%E2%80%9339_German_expedition_to_Tibet

The Occult History of the Third Reich ! The Enigma of the Swastika: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lOSnRu9tJo&list=PLcIwDLxDgkQkdw0WL-h-YKRLhGLjRXO-L

British expedition to Tibet: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_expedition_to_Tibet#The_massacre_of_Chumik_Shenko

Hitler in Captain Planet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0MVuWDc5RQ

Hitler visists Oprah: http://www.tomatobubble.com/id412.html

As Many As 150,000 Jews
Served In Hitler’s Military: http://www.rense.com/general43/jewserved.htm

Black Nazis II!: Ethnic Minorities and Foreigners in Hitler’s Armed Forces: The Unbiased History: http://www.amazon.com/Black-Nazis-II-Minorities-Foreigners/dp/1453812695

The Muslims who fought with the Nazis: http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4645922,00.html

Hellstorm- Exposing the Real Genocide of Nazi Germany: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y58cNcrFjDw

Dirty Japs: http://redicecreations.com/article.php?id=34006

Does immigration enrich society?

I would say yes and no. Some amount of immigration does indeed enrich a society as it brings in new ideas and viewpoints. Mass immigration, on the other hand, can only do harm. It’s like when you’re cooking dinner, you want to heat up your food, but too hot a plate or flame, and the dinner will burn.

In principle I agree with the leftist sentiment that immigration does enrich society, but in practice even the leftists know it’s a lie when they say it, as they say it only to further their political agendas. I think it’s fascinating that there are various cultures in this world, and I like it when people from different cultures interact in a voluntary and friendly manner. I’m not against bringing immigrants to my country from Africa or Muslim countries in principle. A couple of Muslims in Finland cannot cause any upheaval in society, nor the be a threat to our sovereignty. Or if they were, it would be a testament to the weakness of our culture. A huge mass of people, however, is another story. And no, I do not know what the numbers are, what percentage of immigrants in a country is a problem, and what isn’t. I just know there is a limit.

The compatibility of cultures and their beliefs are another factor in immigration. You don’t hear much stories of Japanese or Korean immigrants committing violent crimes or rapes in Europe, but you do hear it pretty much every week of African or Middle-Eastern immigrants. Even if some or, even many, of those stories are fake and spread by xenophobic racists, the fact is that there is clearly a conflict between European and African/Middle-Eastern values, whereas the conflict between European and East-Asian values is not that significant. This means that any sensible government would not force vast amounts of people into Europe from regions whose values are in obvious conflict with ours. However, as our governments are run by insane and evil people, that is precisely what they are doing.

The motivation of an immigrant is of great concern as well. I would say that individuals who move to another country to work, to study or to be with their spouse from that country, generally try to have the attitude they are guests, and try to behave themselves, and are probably interested in the local culture and language. Although some exchange students seem to only want to party, which is obnoxious, but hardly a crime. But somehow I doubt respecting the culture and values is not on the mind of the mass immigrants. For a few it might be true, but I doubt most of them care. Especially many of the Muslim immigrants simply want to conquer/convert Europe.

It’s a great deal different whether people go to a foreign country as privileged guests, or as violent conquerors. Mass immigration falls the latter category, as does the American occupation of Japan and South Korea. Over the years there have been several allegations and some convictions of American soldiers committing rape in both Japan and Korea. Once again, even if some of the allegations are untrue, it represents conflict between the East-Asians and the occupying military force. The attitude of some of the soldiers is understandable; they’re not there to do cultural exchange, they’re there as conquerors. It makes sense some of them take what they want. I didn’t say it’s morally acceptable, only that it’s understandable.

However, according to my experience and understanding most civilian visitors from America in East-Asia know how to behave themselves without committing heinous crimes. The difference in attitude between the occupying soldiers and regular individuals in a foreign country should be obvious.

The same as I certainly don’t want NATO soldiers in Finland, I don’t want occupying Muslim immigrants either. A problem is that there’s no easy way of distinguishing a “good” immigrant from a harmful one once you regard them as an occupying force. Not all Americans are rapist soldiers, and not all Muslims are Jihadi invaders, but some are. The positive input that enriching immigrants bring is rendered more or less meaningless, if the harmful immigrants (or soldiers) aren’t booted out.



Sweden: Rape Capital of the West

Pan-European Arab Muslim Gang Rape Epidemic

Feminists Mute on Muslim Rape Epidemic Sweeping Europe

Two U.S. servicemen imprisoned for rape in Japan

Rape during the occupation of Japan

Rapes by U.S. soldiers ratchet up anger in South Korea

Nations are prevented from being sovereign

No country is being allowed to govern itself by its own people. This tendency seems older than the neo-liberal economic system as well. The proponents of the neo-liberal system claim the aim of the system is to bind countries together, make them co-dependent and thus prevent conflicts. I don’t buy that for a minute, but if you do, feel free. It’s about the same thing as any political scheme in history; control. The aim to prevent nations from being independent and sovereign, and to tether them to the maritime law capitalist globalist leviathan.

However, before the modern age preventing sovereignty was handled differently. Way back in ancient Rome there was the empire, which conquered and enslaved weaker tribes and nations. As the empire adopted Christianity it became convenient to enslave people spiritually with this new doctrine as well. After the power of the Roman empire dwindled, however, the monarchy became a tool for preventing sovereignty. I don’t mean that monarchy itself is necessarily always a means of control, but has been so in many countries, as the rulers of many European countries were often of foreign origin.

The royalty of Sweden are of French origin, I believe. The Windsor family of England is of German origin. During the Victorian age England ruled half the world, but it wasn’t the English who were ruling, but this foreign family. I may not be expert when it comes to European royalty, and there may be many exceptions to this rule, but a lot of royals seem to come from foreign countries to rule over a nation. Even back 100 years ago when Finland became independent and the elites were trying to decide whether to make Finland a monarchy or a democracy they were going to install a German prince as the king of Finland.

It’s not that the French or German, or any other nation, is evil. The problem is not allowing the English to have a truly English king, or president, or what ever kind of leader they prefer. A foreign leader is incapable of caring for the nation as well as a native would.

Now, things work differently on how to prevent independence. We have the neo-liberal system, but also most European countries are enslaved by the European Union. Scotland and Wales have been controlled by England. The United States is controlled by Israel. South Korea and Japan are vassal states of the US, and so on. There is clearly a tendency to take away the sovereignty of nations. What is the moving force behind this tendency I cannot say. Your guess is as good as mine. For all I know it’s the reptilians, the Illuminati, the Elders of Zion, the Archons, or simply an aberration in the minds of men that refuses them the opportunity to take responsibility for their own lives. And it’s been going on for millennia.

Recognizing that there is this “dark force” at play, what we must do is take control of each of our individual countries. While it is important to recognize the enemy, and try to do it capable, but on the other hand we may never know the whole story, therefore we should focus on something we can do.

P.S. I know some people are gonna say “it’s the Jews/ Israel”, and it might be, or maybe they’re just another pawn in the game. However, people living in Europe, or the States or in East Asia cannot do much to affect Israel, but what we can do is affect things in the country we inhabit.


I guess you could call me a nationalist. It’s not really a political or philosophical ideal I adhere to, but because in the course of my life I’ve noticed that’s something that comes naturally to people. The notion of nationalism has become somewhat popular in the alternative media as of it, but I’m not jumping on the band wagon simply because it’s popular. I’m jumping on the band wagon, because having seen a bit of the world I’ve noticed it’s one of the few ways we as human being can have sane society.

Nationalists are sometimes depicted as rednecks who’ve never left their country and hate outsiders and all that, but that’s usually a position that people who haven’t travelled much take. They think of a few simplistic stereotypes about nationalists, and convince themselves that nationalist is synonymous with racist or a xenophobe. They protect this belief with their ignorance and narcissistic sense of moral superiority. At least this was sort of how I was before I had travelled the world.

A nationalist understands the fact that every human being belongs to a nation, race of some sort, and tries to make the best of it. I am not talking about a political or legal entity such as a government that pretends to represent a nation. I’m talking about real flesh and blood, and spirit, individuals that are part of some ethnic group, whether they like or not.

Understanding this simple fact is tied to the simple, yet profound cliché “Know thyself”. Self knowledge is the utmost first step to gaining any wisdom or true knowledge, for if you do not know yourself, you cannot know anything else since you, the individual is the Event Horizon through which you perceive this reality (as I’ve heard it described). I think that the reality we are looking at is the same for each of us, but the ways we look at it, and the details we deem important vary greatly depending on the individual. And we are individuals, but we are also part of a group. We did not spring into existence from the void. We have been molded by our national heritage. Be it the history, the triumphs and tragedies of our ancestors, the genes of our parents and their parents, or the cultural and spiritual heritage. We are a part of vast continuum of our race stretching from ancient prehistory to the unknown future. Knowing our place in that story is paramount.

None of this means we should enslave ourselves to repeating the traditions of our ancestors without a second thought. Rather, I think it means we have to wonder what it means to be a part of your nation today, since there are globalist forces at hand attempting to turn everyone into generic minions of the international corporatist system. The way everyone lived on this planet even a hundred years ago was quite different. This includes your ancestors, and we have to redefine what it means to be Finnish, German, Ugandan, Japanese or American. How can we have a meaningful connection to what our ancestors held sacred, even though the things we grew up cherishing were quite different to them.


East-Asian nations

What prompted me to change my view on nationalism, from being something old-fashioned and xenophobic, to something important and natural, is living one year Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea each. Those were consciousness expanding, positive experiences although not without hardship. Afterwards I wondered why did I want to go to those countries? One simple reason is there was something in those nations that attracted me to them. The identity of the national culture. I don’t think anyone in Asia wonders what nation or race they belong to (although they seem to be struggling to align that identity to the modern times). Compared with the West where increasingly people are taught to believe that one’s heritage is not important. They prefer to think everyone is a blank slate, and differences occur simply because we are brainwashed by culture to believe differently. While I do agree that we are brainwashed by the culture we grow up in a great deal, it does not mean culture is the only thing that affects us. I think the fact that many people believe in this Marxist idea is proof of harmful and untrue conditioning if anything is. Ultimately all of this politically correct thinking is probably based on trying to make it easier for academic models to explain things by reducing everyone to be the same. But are all quite different, from different nations, and different races. And it’s a good thing.

Like I said, it’s all about knowing yourself, and being infatuated with East-Asian cultures and their ethnic quirks, it made me realize I’m not just a generic human being, nor a European or even just a Westerner. I’m a Finn. Whether I like it or not. It’s a fact. It’s pointless to argue about its merits. No use to weigh whether it would be better or worse to be German or American, or to try to be Japanese, since I’m none of that. It doesn’t mean I haven’t acquired some Japanese or American quirks, but deep down I know now what I am. Perhaps I would prefer to be a Hobbit from the Shire, or a Jedi with mystical force powers, but since I’m not it’s only delusional to try kid myself I am. That doesn’t stop me from pretending I’m something like that in a roleplaying or computer game, though.


Unity in Nationhood

Knowing that you’re part of a nation, or a race, is a unifying factor. A real incentive to unify. David Icke and others in the “truth movement” have been saying for years that we have to unify. It’s all well to say that, but I was always wondering how should we do that? It’s not enough for people to unify simple based on the understanding that there some shadowy Illuminati or globalist cabal out there scheming to enslave or destroy all of us. It would be nice if it was, but alas it’s too abstract a reason, an ideological basis that sounds nice in theory. Yet 9/11 activists can’t even agree on whether planes actually hit the towers or not, or whether they were brought down by thermite, or energy weapons or what.  We need something concrete, and that is nationhood. Ties of blood. I may not like most Finns that much, or don’t agree with them on most things, but the fact is we are all facing the same problems. It is already enough incentive for us to stand together. All we really need to do is learn to communicate. That is especially hard for us Finns.

None of this means, of course, that we should unite to conquer other nations or silly stuff like that. Rather, let’s say Finns managed to unite in some practical sense, then we could help our neighbours the Swedes or Russians in their struggle against the evil forces manipulating the planet. Regaining one’s self nationhood should not make you hate others for being different. That would be delusional.

Although ultimately I do not support nation states. I don’t believe in any central government, and I’d like see nations break up into small city states, villages or tribes. They’d still be part of the same nation, but with politically different areas and systems. But as we are currently being led towards a one world government we have to ease ourselves gradually the other way.



I am not against immigration. It would be quite silly if I was, since I’ve been an immigrant three times as an exchange student in Asia. There’s a difference between individuals choosing to immigrate to another country and mass immigration where you pour hordes of outsiders into a country because it gives the “elites” an ideological hard-on. Sweden would be the best or worst example of this. I want to keep this short, so I’ll just say it’s nice when people really want to go to foreign countries out their free will and interact with different people. But they should understand they are the minority, and accept it. Not try to infiltrate the country or anything, which most free immigrants understand. Whereas the horde immigrants come to Europe because the politicians promise them free stuff.



I’ve rambled on long enough. Whoever you are, wherever you’re from understand what your nation is, and try to respect others nations. I believe this comes naturally to most people. However, nowadays as many Westerners have forgotten their nation no-one really respects them.

Is true Religion Race-based?

When we think of religion we usually associate it with world religions such as the Abrahamic religions or Buddhism. More modern religions are the New Age and Wicca. Although Wicca certainly borrows many old, pre-Christian ideas and concepts my perception of it is that it’s a light religion for people who are not religious, but don’t wanna be merely gray atheists either. A fad to occupy your time with. Yet, I don’t really see any of these religions connecting their followers to any spiritual reality. The only spirituality that comes out from them is consensus spirituality, i.e. as long as everyone present agrees on a pseudo-spiritual concept they can pretend it’s true.

True religion, or true spirituality, is something quite different. My definition of spirituality is connection to the truth. This can be contrasted with science which is intellectual knowledge of the truth, or pursuit of it. True spirituality is something that comes naturally to you, not something you have to learn at a lecture or from some hierophant. This natural religion would be the ethnic or racial religion of each individual ethnic or racial group. Every culture on this planet has its innate Pagan pantheon or animistic system of spirituality. Connection to these beliefs was something our ancestors did quite naturally. They did not need to argue over theology and form countless different sects and denominations to have their own version of the same core religion, as it is for Christians, Muslims, Jews and Buddhists. It was understood that different locations can have different gods and spirits, and certainly that different people have different gods. These religions are in our blood, whereas the world religions are in our minds.

The world religions are more of a spiritual ideology or philosophy than a religion. It does not mean that they are innately false, but must keep a certain intellectual distance to them. There are several Christian and Buddhist ideas that I agree with, yet overall I abhor the notion of following their robotic rituals and believing all of the dogma. The world religions give us various ideas such as an author gives you ideas in his book. You might agree with many of the ideas the author proposes, you might even say that you whole-heartedly agree with the overall message, yet you would not proselytize that everything the book says is holy, and to disagree with it is heresy. Not unless you are insane.

The natural, ethnic religions are different. You are a part of your personal ethnic religion whether you like it or not. It takes you back to the past of your ancestors and can also direct you to a future that you should be heading. One reason why it looks like we have no future, especially in Western countries, is that we have lost connection to our tribal gods. We either don’t care, or simply think they are childish fairy tales. But we should care as they are a part of us, those stories, those archetypes are a part of us, and knowing of our ancient religions is a necessary process to knowing ourselves. If you don’t know yourself, you cannot know anything at all.

I won’t conjecture on the possible metaphysical significance of our ancient gods here. It would take too much space.

My first hands-on experience with ethnic religion was in Japan almost 10-years ago with Shinto. Shinto (神道), the way of the gods, is the original religion of the Japanese. The name Shinto did not exist before the introduction of Buddhism to Japan, since they had no need to differentiate between the religion that was natural to them and another faiths. It was simply something natural. I too enjoy Shinto-shrines greatly. The aesthetic, the atmosphere and so on, but since I’m not Japanese I cannot fully understand it.

More recently I went to Hong Kong and Taiwan. The people there too had small shrines in their homes or even in some restaurants. Some of them had Buddhist deities (?), other Daoist or Confucian, but overall I got the impression it’s really just the Chinese ethnic religion, which has adopted Buddhist elements into it. Daoism and Confucianism are originally Chinese religions too, of course, but in some sense they have become disassociated from the ethnic religion. Not necessarily by the Chinese people, but by scholars.

Anyways, based on these experiences I though why don’t we have anything like that in Finland? Every Finn knows some stories about our pre-Christian beliefs and gods, but not that much. Maybe we should re-discover them. Another inspiration for this post is the recent trend of Red Ice Creations to promote Asatru, the Norse religion. I’m happy to see its resurgence, even though we Finns are not the descendants of Norsemen. I’ve always found the Norse myths such as Ragnarok quite fascinating. I first heard the word Asatru around ten years ago, and thought it sounds fascinating. Then I heard it was “racist”, even though I didn’t really see how, but I didn’t look further into it. I’m now very embarrassed of my past wussiness. But all true religion is racist. Deal with it.

It does not, of course, mean that if spirituality is related to your race that you should impose it on others or persecute others based on religion. It’s the opposite. Only with the advent of the “universal” religions that religious persecution has become a common thing. A sane Norseman would not presume that a Japanese man would have to follow his religion, or wise versa. Only when you take race out of religion is that this has happened.