Breath in, engineered expansionism. Breath out, engineered compression. The elite’s blueprint.

 

If someone asked me to devise a strategy to take over a nation my feminine nature would opt for social engineering over a war. After all, subversion will always win over brute force, it’s the tortoise versus the rabbit match – slow, steady and insidious wins the race. And religion would be my choice carrier for my scheme. Why? Because I view religion as a living cultural manifesto – to own a society’s spirit is to own a society.

As a child, I had the ability to entertain myself for hours by studying people – their hair, their clothes, their features, their voices, their smiles and their demeanour. I was not interested in their verbal exchanges, because I instinctively sensed that words can be used to conceal objectives. I preferred to rely on non-verbal interactions. As an adult, I seek mental stimulation by scrutinizing cultures – their environments, their religions, their governments, their languages, their customs and their outlook. To this day, I prefer to rely on social intercourses over dialogues, as I am now certain that words conceal their radar resistant long-range missiles nature.

What superficially gives the impression to be an entertaining pass-time has, in actual fact, developed my understanding of humanity …and myself. It has allowed me to unearth the most important determining factor of a culture – its resources. A culture’s familial system, how it dresses, language, food, its laws, are all shaped and limited by a society’s (access to) resources. Culture is the biological fabric which clasps together a people and their resources, existing to create cohesion for the purpose of group survival.

Expansionistic Religions: propagation and conquest

The ultimate example of culture pushing aggressively outward would be Islam, a religion which evolved from resource impoverish territories lacking in water, fertile soils and usable energy. Survival in such a resource-depleted environment requires misanthropic and authoritarian foundations to enable the prioritisation of the system over its people. Contempt for life, distrust of mankind, strict rules and corporal punishment become the religion’s tools for cultural adherence.

Islam strives to survive through human expansionism. This migratory survival mechanism is driven by polygyny, as it concentrates access to women to the wealthiest minority of men. That is, the class of men who can afford to purchase dowries, maintain concubines and feed their children. It’s the perfect system to maintain maximum offspring survival rate limited only by a man’s wealth and virility. Their unlimited access to women also ensures that this lucre-class remain in their homelands to preserve the territory’s wealth and their breeding women. In effect, Islam function like a beehive factory – the queen remains in her hive, continuously laying eggs surrounded by its honey riches.

In sharp contrast, the queen-bee satiated men, the majority of the pinch-class men live in squalor, with no assets, without the comfort of female bonds and no way to express their heterosexual drive. These drone-bees are purposefully engineered to encourage migration (so to satiate their sexual drive) or to become fighters (to divert their sexual drives). In both instances, they serve to expand Islam’s territory.

This abnormal system has devastating sociological repercussions, including extremely high incidents of mental disorders, anti-social behaviour, emotional distress, paranoia, bullying, domestic violence, inbreeding, incest, low IQs, paedophilia, rape, homosexual behaviour, ownership of women and fanaticism. So to counteract and control these fallouts, Islam embeds a misanthropic religious mindset and implements extreme religious laws. An unnatural radical cultural system requires an unnatural radical rule of law with an indifferent attitude towards life and casualties.

 

Contracting Religions: condensation and subjugation

Although China has more recently adopted a corporate Islamic form of expansionism, in lesser recent times it opted to create a culture which pulled aggressively inward through the one-child policy. China’s lack of water, fertile soils and energy resources forced the government to impose a population control mechanism to cope with its high resources demand.

Should some argue that the one-child policy was not religious, I would respond that Buddhism is a religion engineered to subjugate and subdue its people so that extreme policies can be implemented without dissent. In saying this, I can hear my critics dismissing my claim by differentiating religion from government. However, this is a Western limited viewpoint which ignores the fact that in non-western cultures religions and governments are braided into one. This is a good video which explains this concept, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdvBYbNwXaY.

It is also worth noting that the cultural practice of fertility condensation is not a singular phenomenon unique to Mao’s China, varying forms of this practice exist in other Buddhist and resource-scarce countries and are mechanised via polyandry.

 

Stabilising Religions: preservation and sustainability

Where societies have ample resources, radical expansionism or extreme population condensation lead to extinction. In the first, it would be a detrimental strategy to implement, as access to unlimited resources could not keep in check the population growth. In the latter, it would serve as a progression dampener, as it would limit specialisation which leads to technological progress.

A resources-rich religion which chose to become a conservationist of wealth and a reinforcer of social stability is Christianity. It regulates its population growth via monogamy, controlling its population just enough to avoid a resources quick burn, to allow for familial and financial wealth accumulation and to drive technological advancement.

However, in recent times, Christianity is beginning to show signs of morphing in response to the growing resource competition and restrictions imposed upon it. Harmful religious add-ins include the LGBT+ morality, anti-Christianity atheists, MSM and educational systems’ cultural Marxist philosophy, high divorce rates, single parenting, child sexualisation, formative years childhood displacement, feminism, MGTOWs and many minorities’ religions are all threatening Christianity’s principles. An odd, contradictory mishmash of religions and movements, each striving to survive and out-compete the other, yet joining forces to create a single anti-Christian adversary marketed under the name of Progressivism. This is a collaborated parturition created to dismantle and undermine their biggest competitor – combine and surmount before the divide and conquer. But who engineers the engineers? Unbeknownst to the progressives, it too must transmute into a hybrid religion if it wishes to survive this war. The current compromises it inflicts upon itself must be normalised Christianity absorption is their ultimate goal. Engineering itself into a contracting polyamorous culture to give itself a competitive resource edge may become their price for victory.

The globalists engineering is confiscating and distributing our resources. It uses the climate change agenda to ration our energy resources. It thwarts water harvesting infrastructures to limit our water and food consumption. It restricts our food production by depriving farmers of water, self-propagating seeds and loans in an attempt to limit access to our soil resources. Our biased tax laws and out of control government budgets are draining the country’s and individual’s wealth. Our deindustrialisation makes us dependent on the government and other nations production. Our will and freedoms are being noosed around our necks until we can no longer breath, even to the current point of eradicating the most basic of western man’s right – freedom of speech. The elites are pushing the West into a population of helpless, unskilled, unfulfilled, unloved and unhappy people where refuge is sought through illegal, immoral and culturally detrimental activities. Our culture is being confiscated and then replaced by an engineered abomination that will destroy everything we hold dear. We are being robbed of our souls purely to feed the greed of the elites.

 

The Future

My dear reader, it is not my intent to sow pessimism, I have not chosen this topic to be the bearer of doom. As an optimist, I have chosen to christen my blog with this vitally important post precisely because I want to lay path-maps towards a stable, sustainable and secure future for Australia. The power to redirect Australia is within our grasp. It is time to take control of our resources, territories and laws. It is time to remove the weeds from our rich and beautiful environment. It is time to turn to a new leaf.

 

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

Glad to be mad

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Isn’t she adorable!???

I’m in a remarkably good mood today, so I thought of sharing a cutsie, feel-good photo and a song with my admirers!

  Smile, my little ponies, and fill your hearts with sssunshine.

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Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

The merits of a tune

 

Most Australians would agree with Briggs when he states that change does not come from being comfortable. However, most Australian would also agree that forced changes are only to be implemented for the better otherwise the change is nothing more than a downgrade.

The current Australian infrastructures and systems in place have been designed predominantly by the English. For several decades our infrastructures have been heavily neglected and our systems have been steered into socialism. Regardless, they are still managing to hold Australia together, allowing it to function as a first world nation – a testament to the strength and resilience of the English social and economic architectures.

For several past decades, the Aboriginal peoples have been given support from Australia financially, culturally and territorially. You have been given ample opportunity to implement your own systems and infrastructures. However, your communities have, for the most part, only spiralled downwards and backwards. The towns where aborigines are concentrated have much higher criminal, paedophilia, rape, incest, drug and alcohol abuse, incarceration, suicide, murder and unemployment rates than the national averages. But instead of owning and addressing these issues, seeking help and advice to try to come up with solutions, you demand more money and assets whilst shifting the blame on to white Australians, using political correctness as a shield to censor statistics and counter-arguments. We are now at the point where you are no longer satisfied in having the freedom of showcasing your own flag or the freedom of creating your own anthem, you also desecrate and demand the removal of our symbols, our anthem and our heritage. You use reparation to conceal an agenda of vendetta.

I do not deny that in the past there were instances where Aborigines were treated in an inhumane manner, the removal of Aborigine children from their parents being the prime example, but I cannot help wonder as to why this was implemented. Perhaps they, too, saw atrocities committed against the Aborigine youths at the hands of their own parents, as we see it today. Perhaps they, too, witnessed abnormally high levels criminality, paedophilia, rape, incest, murder, suicide and alcohol abuse within the Aborigine communities. Perhaps the urgency of the matter led them to act in haste without considering the long term repercussions. I think further historically investigation is warranted.

Before you point your finger and screech racism, I’ll remind you that Hong Kong was also under British administration at the time, yet the British did not opt to confiscate children from the Hong Kong-Chinese. I’ll also remind you that Hong Kong is now in the hands of their own kind, yet it is being oppressed by greedy, corrupt rulers. What guarantee can you give to non-Aborigine Australians that your leaders/representatives will not sell out their people, if one of your very own has selfishly contracted out the Aborigine flag for his personal gain? What guarantee do you have that others of your own won’t contract your lands and resources for their personal gain? The treasonous behaviour of a few could place the whole of Australia in peril, geopolitically and economically, not just the Aborigines.

And have you ever considered that if England had not conquered Australia it is very likely that today Aborigines would be living as inferiors in a Sharia province of Indonesia, with no say and certainly no financial benefits? Need only look at Western New Guinea and Nepal to understand Oriental colonialisation.

Briggs, 35 years is indeed a substantial time for a young nation such as Australia, so unless you come up with a melodious, multi-layered complex symphony of the likes of Alexander Alexandrov’s Russian Anthem, then we’re not changing anything. Let’s face it, your music sucks, it relies on rhythm rather than melody, lacking the necessary complex layering to handle an anthem. Besides, with the current global political climate, it would extremely unwise to change anything in the Australian constitution, the flag or the anthem.

We’re not changing the Australian anthem. Deal with it.

https://youtu.be/AOAtz8xWM0w

 

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

 

Queen’s Birthday

Having the good fortune to have been born in mid-June has given me the privilege of getting a day off to celebrate my own birthday, as well as that of the Queen. A nice perk, by all means, but it has also served to remind me of my heritage, my history and my connection to England. Today, on the Queen’s 93rd birthday, I reflect upon my life, as we all do on our birthdays, and I whisper to myself, “I am proud to be an Australian. I appreciate my English heritage. And I am honoured to share my birthday with a historical living symbol.”

Long live the Queen and may God bestow us with 100 more birthdays!

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving