Why I haven't posted in a while

Dear readers,
There is no dark, or sinister, reason I haven’t been posting much recently. The forces of darkness have not gotten to me, my health is fine and all is well.
But I’ve been planning my next big travel adventure, to a mystery location, and I’ve been working long hours in order to pay for it. On top of that, one of my daughters is getting married. Exciting stuff!
Regarding recent events in France, sadly, such events were predictable. I’ve already written about Europe’s sad fate here and here for example. Things will only get worse in Europe. We can thank the politicians, journalists and “educators” who believed that mass immigration would “enrich” Europe. If we consider mayhem and increasing restrictions on free speech “enrichment” then I suppose they were right.
I hope you’ll keep reading this blog, and contributing comments; interesting posts are in the offing.
Oh, and a belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you!

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19 Responses to Why I haven't posted in a while

  1. DD says:

    Congratulations on your daughter getting married! I’m sure you’ve screened the young gentleman well. Is he Jewish?
    I predict you are going to Bolivia, we’ll see in due time. Happy New Year!

  2. http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/2015/01/11/cnn-finds-a-muzzie-whos-sorry-so-stop-blaming-islam-for-terrorism/
    The woman commenter on this story is a defender of Muslims. You have to wonder if these people are really so deluded or whether they are paid trolls. As usual for these folks our job is to understand the Muslim better and be nice to them. LOL.
    Welcome back to posting.

  3. BX says:

    Can’t stand left wing media deciding the the conversation topic is actually “disenfranchised muslim minority in France” being forced to not wear headscarves by a “political elite”, as though this sort of murder is an understandable reaction.
    However the conversation topic actually is ISLAMIC TERRORISM, deliberately targeted at France’s secular society and FREE EXPRESSION TRADITION.
    I can only hope that events such as this trigger a revolution to happen, by the mainstream. (If a revolution can be described as retaking what is rightfully yours.)

  4. Jake says:

    Sincerest congratulations on your daughter getting married! As the Father of two beautiful young women myself – one in college and the other still in high school, Class of ’17 – I am not looking at any Dad-duty walking either of them down the aisle anytime soon, I think. But I look forward to that day – more for their own happiness than anything else. And when that day comes, it will be my honor to “give them away” to what will, hopefully, be good, decent men who will not only love & cherish them, but also provide and make good fathers for my grandchildren. I wish to you and yours the same, on this happy occasion of your daughter’s marriage. All the best.
    The unfolding story in France was, indeed, completely predictable, as you note – and have noted in the past. That there was reflexive, almost instinctual, anti-semitism at the forefront of the Islamist minds who carried these attacks out is, obviously, a given. After they slaughtered the cartoonists and the French equivalent of the Cavalry was called out, the Islamist terrorists resorted to their murderous default position: when we can’t kill specific Sunday people who offend us, we’ll kill random Saturday people we simply hate on general principles. Thus, the one terrorist scum’s trip to a Kosher grocery store, gun in hand, when the (late) mobilization of the French police and armed forces was finally forcing all of their collective despicable hands into narrower & narrower channels of physical movement.
    And, as you no doubt have noticed, the Western Left’s default reaction has been right on the Narrative numbers: lots of burbling about “free speech,” but always with a “BUT” along the lines of “we shouldn’t offend radical Islamists because Raaaayyyycismmm!”; plenty of talk about how the terrorist Islamist murderers were bad, alrighty, but the Real Threats are, somehow, the Right-wing movements in Europe who are seeking votes in a democratic process, not the Islamist murderers who make a mockery of Western values of liberty, free speech, and the right to say 2 +2 = 4 plainly in the face of scumbags who insist otherwise.
    Well, I’ve gone on too long, but I will certainly continue to read this blog: you always have something on-point and interesting to contribute. Good luck (and have fun!) on your trip, and I look forward to reading your accounts of it.

    • BX says:

      “plenty of talk about how the terrorist Islamist murderers were bad, alrighty, but the Real Threats are, somehow, the Right-wing movements in Europe who are seeking votes in a democratic process, not the Islamist murderers who make a mockery of Western values of liberty, free speech…”
      Perfectly said. I cannot abide by any media reporting which makes the primary focus and worry being some imagined future event which probably will not even happen much (i.e. right wing parties increasing in popularity in democratic elections), instead of basing their reporting on the 17 innocent dead people and the blatant attack on liberty and on the West itself.

  5. Peter Johnson says:

    We have missed your thoughtful posts (well at least I have) so good to see it was only a temporary work slowdown! Any comments or related thoughts from this insightful piece by Peter Frost?
    He touches on similar issues to what you have discussed. Also it ties in nicely with some of Stephen Pinker’s work (although Pinker bowlderizes his analysis to keep it within Harvard/MIT censorship rules).

  6. Lon Spector says:

    I’m quite bewildered. Could you, or some ally answer a question for me?
    You say that you DO NOT believe in intermarriage. Being that you DO
    have a child, I’m presuming you have a wife. Is she Jewish? And did
    you meet her BEFORE or AFTER you developed your viewpoints?
    Are there Jewish women that share your views? Did said views bring
    your wife and yourself together? RE Intermarriage: Some Nordic women
    absolutely detest Jews, yet they can’t find a man. They wouldn’t touch a
    Jew with an 11 foot pole.
    My own opinion is that someone like Heidi Klum COULD marry a Jew.
    After all, making her body a baby factory for bi-racial children HAS
    removed her from the human race. Why can’t a Jew marry her? That’s
    one Aryan woman that a Jew could marry, and have fun while doing it.

    • jewamongyou says:

      I HAD a wife, many years ago. Yes, she’s Jewish. A lot has happened since then. I met her when my views were still developing, but they had nothing to do with our meeting; we were both observant Jews at the time.

  7. Happy New Year to you JAY and to your readers.

  8. One vdare author (Brimelow?) stated that only 2 people wished him a merry Christmas. One jew, and one Muslim. All others wish happy hollidays (what hollidays?).
    Vdare also makes a point that there is no free speech in Europe. There are prison sentences or fines for “racist” speech, anti immigration speech. The attacked satiric journal was already fined by French courts for illegal speech.

  9. Lon Spector says:

    What do you do for a girlfriend now? Or are you one of those MGTOWS?

    • jewamongyou says:

      I’m a loner. Except for the Law and my employer, I have the only say in what I do and when I do it. That’s why I’m able to travel where I want, and save a lot of money while I do it.

  10. Aeronerauk says:

    Congratulations on your daughter’s engagement. A few years ago I went to my college buddy’s wedding, and boy do the Jews know how to throw a party. The Rabbi was certifiable. Keep writing

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