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Supper's on the Table -- for the birds?

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Mar 19, 2016 at 20:38

Hello, Ssh. You said,

"Comment: Goodbye Danes. Goodbye abortion advancers. Goodbye relativistic "me-ism" atheists."

You seem to be prophesying doom for not just the Danes, but also for the whole Western World... and especially the Jewish people, other than the Ultra-Orthodox -- who have large families... but then, little income with which to support them, so they too are dreamers. You seem to be saying that these Danes and others like them are committing racial suicide through hedonism and abortion... which you, somehow, connect with atheism and Socialist-Radical Liberalism.

Here's the map about lack of fertility and declining population:

http://www.pregnantpause.org/numbers/fertility.htm

It's just a map, so many numbers... The Canadians, Europeans, Thais, Chinese, Aussies and Cubans are all losing people. The US is "stable" -- but not US Whites. They are actually in decline, and are being replaced by Latinos, Asians and Muslims. Israel is also "stable", but that's thanks to the Arabs and the Orthodox -- the latter of which seem to be the "baby machine" at the service of the hedonistic Seculars (part of the "Socialist-Radical Liberal" crowd you mentioned).

The handwriting on the wall, for Secular Jews as well as White Hedonists, seems to be "death by Hedonism". There's another dark omen lurking in the background, though: As the hedonistic, atheist radicals die off, what will become of the "Baby Boom-boomers" being poured into their countries through a migrant invasion? It's the secular Jews and hedonists, after all, that control the world's economy and are feeding the immigrants.

This reminds me of the Roman Empire, in its decline. In those years, productive farmers were being driven off their name by the changing economy: Their labor was being replaced by slaves, brought in from conquered territories. The small farms were being bought up by the super-rich class, who owned the slaves by virtue of their class privilege, and the former owners were moving to Rome's "Appalacia" -- namely, to Rome itself; which became a city of the phenomenally wealthy and their penniless, lazy clients. Those latter, in turn, were kept from rioting by government largesse and by ever-more-graphic, violent and obscene entertainment (live entertainment, with real blood gushing out of the endless supply of captured prisoners -- and when they didn't suffice, with Christians being covered with oil and used as human torches).

That stuff actually happened; and the Roman Empire declined. It began declining with the expulsion of the Jews from their land, then with the putting down of a few pathetic Jewish uprisings, then by sporadic and then sustained persecution of the Christians. All the while, the Hedonists declined in numbers; and those that remained no longer served in the military. Their place was taken by barbarians -- who became soldiers, then officers, then generals, and finally emperors. That's how Rome fell, in a death by a thousand cuts over a space of a few centuries. We know that happened -- we, that is, in the very small minority of people who still have old, dust-covered books in our bookshelves and minds that still give us pertinent information about history.

Our children are less fortunate. They no longer read books; and their electronic world does not tell them about the truth of Rome. Instead, they see images of sex and violence that the mobs of Rome would have drooled over, rapturing them into alternate realities. Ultimately, of course, they will die -- not over a space of centuries, like the Romans; but over decades, thanks to Moore's Law...

... and they is us, says this computer peripheral to you other hedonism-addicted, doomed peripherals, including the Jewish people who remain, except for a handful; and including the vast majority of Christians who are becoming CINOs and bowing to the hedonist beast. We are all turning into maps, and numbers; and as we die out, so does the lifeline for the Baby Boom-boomers.

And then? We'll find out very, very soon; because I'm not talking about the future; I'm talking about today, and the few years we have left. It's happening, and the world of hedonist atheists scoffs at doom-and-gloom religious types like you and me; they think that by killing us, they can make the curse go away.

Supper's on the table.

Shalom shalom :-)

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