April 24, 2019
Brenton Tarrant wanted acceleration, and after Notre Dame burning, the Easter attacks, and pretty much everything that happened after he live-streamed his mosque visit — including New Zealand’s gun ban — it’s pretty safe to say that he got what he wanted.
How far will this go?
New Zealand will grant permanent residency to all survivors of the mass shooting at two Christchurch mosques in which 50 Muslim worshippers were killed, it said on Tuesday.
The government had said it was considering giving visas to survivors, but no decision was announced. Tuesday’s news was only released as a link on the immigration website, which some say was done to avoid any backlash by opponents of immigration.
Immigration New Zealand said a new visa category called the Christchurch Response (2019) visa had been created. People who were present at the mosques when they were attacked on March 15th can apply, as can immediate family members.
Oh, yeah, just invite your immediate family too because why the fuck not amirite.
Keep in mind Moslem families are extremely fertile, so “immediate family” means different numbers than we’re used to if we’re talking about them.
No one’s coming out in defense of Christians, despite them being persecuted and killed on daily basis in Moslem countries – and in Buddhist countries – yet when some Moslems are killed in a non-Moslem country, everyone loses their minds and starts role-playing a total Moslem takeover.
It seems a tiny bit biased, to say the least. Discrimination is supposed to be a bad thing according to these people, so why are they discriminating against Christians — who are mostly white?
Because they’re mostly white.
There’s so many contradictions in the narratives of our “leaders” that it’s hard to make sense of their actions unless you’re aware of white genocide. These double-standards they seem to have and all of their contradictions suddenly make perfect sense once you remember what their goal is: the death of your people.
All of these things that go against common sense — such as the immigration policies of our countries — are actually controlled and calculated parts of their grand strategy. This all started way too long ago, the exact moment we actually listened to a Jew instead of gassing it. Some of the things that were used to build this Talmud system are innocent-looking, like freedom of religion, and as such they’re hard to detect as threats.
The fact that “people” whose religion calls for them to either convert you or kill you and sexually enslave your women are allowed in you country should be enough for people to start questioning the alleged virtues of this “freedom of religion” thing, which is why when that happens you start hearing about “racism,” the crusades, colonialism, slavery, and about whatever other white-guilt button they press.
Everything’s entangled in a knot to prevent our people from discussing their way out of white genocide.
But we can draw from the wisdom of old in order to find a solution to this.
Wikipedia on the Gordian Knot:
The Gordian Knot is a legend of Phrygian Gordium associated with Alexander the Great. It is often used as a metaphor for an intractable problem (untying an impossibly-tangled knot) solved easily by finding an approach to the problem that renders the perceived constraints of the problem moot (“cutting the Gordian knot”):
The Phrygians were without a king, but an oracle at Telmissus (the ancient capital of Lycia) decreed that the next man to enter the city driving an ox-cart should become their king. A peasant farmer named Gordias drove into town on an ox-cart and was immediately declared king. Out of gratitude, his son Midas dedicated the ox-cart to the Phrygian god Sabazios (whom the Greeks identified with Zeus) and tied it to a post with an intricate knot of cornel bark (Cornus mas). The knot was later described by Roman historian Quintus Curtius Rufus as comprising “several knots all so tightly entangled that it was impossible to see how they were fastened“.
The ox-cart still stood in the palace of the former kings of Phrygia at Gordium in the fourth century BC when Alexander arrived, at which point Phrygia had been reduced to a satrapy, or province, of the Persian Empire. An oracle had declared that any man who could unravel its elaborate knots was destined to become ruler of all of Asia. Alexander wanted to untie the knot but struggled to do so without success. He then reasoned that it would make no difference how the knot was loosed, so he drew his sword and sliced it in half with a single stroke. In an alternative version of the story, Alexander loosed the knot by pulling the linchpin from the yoke.
Do as Alexander and point your finger to the Jew.
Get the mind of our people out of the Gordian Knot.