Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik and Homosexuality

Like most people, I was horrified when I heard the news about the mass killings in Norway. Unlike many, I didn’t assume it was the work of Islamic fundamentalists. Perhaps it was because when I first received the news it was about the shootings and not the bombing of government buildings...I don’t know if I would have thought otherwise if I had gotten the news the other way around? My first reaction was that it was a deranged person driven by megalomania. Well, I guess that’s pretty much what we’ve ended up with, though there might be others involved. I decided to take a look at his manifesto and I read through the first 50 pages or so. When I find a spare 48 hours, I might revisit and attempt the other 1400+ pages. It reads (and is formatted) much like a doctoral dissertation, which is fitting since the ‘real enemy’ is cultural Marxist academic elites. In the part I read, homosexuality is mentioned quite often, which got me curious. I searched the remainder of the document for ‘homosexual’ and ‘gay’ and the resulting quotes are below. Apparently, Breivik used rumors of being gay as a cover for his antisocial behavior and to hide his actual activities (I think I'll have more to say about that at another time). While out of context, it’s pretty easy to understand each excerpt’s meaning. Note: most, but not all of the quotes are in the order in which they appear in the document.
  • But what happens today to Europeans who suggest that there are differences among ethnic groups, or that the traditional social roles of men and women reflect their different natures, or that homosexuality is morally wrong?
  • Most Europeans look back on the 1950s as a good time. Our homes were safe, to the point where many people did not bother to lock their doors. Public schools were generally excellent, and their problems were things like talking in class and running in the halls. Most men treated women like ladies, and most ladies devoted their time and effort to making good homes, rearing their children well and helping their communities through volunteer work. Children grew up in two–parent households, and the mother was there to meet the child when he came home from school. Entertainment was something the whole family could enjoy.
  • When the children came home in the afternoon and told them they had to go through a metal detector to get in the building, had been given some funny white powder by another kid and learned that homosexuality is normal and good, the parents would be uncomprehending.
  • Classical Marxism defines workers and peasants as virtuous and the bourgeoisie (the middle class) and other owners of capital as evil. Cultural Marxism defines all minorities, what they see as the victims; Muslims, Feminist women, homosexuals and some additional minority groups as virtuous and they view ethnic Christian European men as evil.
  • Deconstruction “proves” that any “text,” past or present, illustrates the oppression of Muslims, women, homosexuals, etc. by reading that meaning into words of the text (regardless of their actual meaning).
  • Rather, those who would defeat cultural Marxism must defy it. They must use words it forbids, and refuse to use the words it mandates; remember, sex is better than gender. They must shout from the housetops the realities it seeks to suppress, such as our opposition to Sharia on a national and local level, the Islamisation of our countries, the facts that violent crime is disproportionately committed by Muslims and that most cases of AIDS are voluntary, i.e., acquired from immoral sexual acts. They must refuse to turn their children over to public schools.
  • Above all, those who would defy Political Correctness must behave according to the old rules of our culture, not the new rules the cultural Marxists lay down. Ladies should be wives and homemakers, not cops or soldiers, and men should still hold doors open for ladies. Children should not be born out of wedlock. Glorification of homosexuality should be shunned. Jurors should not accept Islam as an excuse for murder.
  • To achieve this, the Critical Theorists of the Frankfurt School recognised that traditional beliefs and the existing social structure would have to be destroyed and then replaced. The patriarchal social structure would be replaced with matriarchy; the belief that men and women are different and properly have different roles would be replaced with androgyny; and the belief that heterosexuality is normal would be replaced with the belief that homosexuality is equally “normal.”
  • As a grand scheme intended to deny the intrinsic worth of native Christian European, heterosexual males, the Critical Theorists of the Frankfurt School opened the door to the racial and sexual antagonisms of the Trotskyites. Many believed that oppressed Muslims, non European minorities and others like Feminists and Homosexuals could be the vanguard of a communist revolution in Europe.
  • Indeed the feminisation of European culture is nearly completed. And the last bastion of male domination, the police force and the military, is under assault.
  • Critical Theory as applied mass psychology has led to the deconstruction of gender in the European culture. Following Critical Theory, the distinction between masculinity and femininity will disappear. The traditional roles of the mothers and fathers are to be dissolved so that patriarchy will be ended. Children are not to be raised according to their biological genders and gender roles according to their biological differences. This reflects the Frankfurt School rationale for the disintegration of the traditional family.
  • Furthermore, it is only because traditional understandings of marriage have already been severely undermined that homosexuals are now laying claim to it. Gays to do not want marriage in the traditional mold (1950 version marriage), only the watered-down version that exists today.
  • A couple of my friends have their suspicions though. However, I have managed to channel these suspicions far away from relating to my political convictions. Instead they suspect that I am playing WoW (and trying to hide it) and a couple of them believe that I have chosen semi-isolation because of some alleged homosexual relationship which they suspect I am trying to hide, LOL. Quite hilarious, as I am 100% hetero, but they may continue to believe what they want as it prevents them from asking more questions;))My goal is obviously to prevent my closest network from asking specific questions, and it has worked perfectly so far.
  • However, since I manifest their worst nightmare (systematical and organized executions of multiculturalist traitors), they will probably just give me the full propaganda rape package and propagate the following accusations: pedophile, engaged in incest activities, homosexual, psycho, ADHD, thief, non-educated, inbred, maniac, insane, monster etc. I will be labeled as the biggest (Nazi-) monster ever witnessed since WW2.
  • Massive and nationwide expropriations, slavery of conquered women, continued slaughter of non-Christians and Christians known for opinions opposed to Islam and of moderate Muslims who initially try to protect non-Muslims, murder of minorities’ e g gays. A Muslim dictatorship without democracy similar to religious dictatorships in the Middle East, is established.
  • The state-funded Islamic Council of Norway admit that they receive "guidance" from the Muslim Brotherhood's spiritual leader Yusuf al-Qaradawi and his Fatwa Council, who are debating whether or not gays should be killed, among other things. He has also supported suicide bombings and marriage to girls aged nine years old. Meanwhile, a Socialist named Lars Gule, who was once arrested traveling to the Jewish state of Israel with dynamite in his backpack with the intention of blowing up stuff, suggested on a major blog that the security services should have me under surveillance because I am a dangerous "right-wing extremist."
  • Say you think you are gay and are in the process of discovering your new self and that you don’t want to talk any more about this issue. Tell them that you are ashamed of it and you don’t want to talk any more about it. Make them swear to not tell anyone! (your ego is likely to take a dent unless you are secure in your own heterosexuality, because they will actually believe you are gay. However, it’s an extremely effective strategy for stopping questions and prevent people from digging in your life when you don’t want them to.
  • Category B traitors can also be individuals from various professional groups (but not limited to): journalists, editors, teachers, lecturers, university professors, various school/university board members, publicists, radio commentators, writers of fiction, cartoonists, and artists/celebrities etc. They can also be individuals from other professional groups such as: technicians, scientists, doctors and even Church leaders. In addition, individuals (investors etc) who have directly or indirectly funded related activities. It’s important to note that the stereotypical ”socialists”, collectivists, feminists, gay and disability activists, animal rights activists, environmentalists etc are to be considered on an individual basis only. Not everyone who are associated with one of these groups or movements is to be considered as a cultural Marxist/multiculturalist.
  • Use professional makeup artists and use make up on both female and male models. Yes, this sounds gay, but looking “attractive” will significantly benefit the impact of our message as it will act as a force multiplier.
  • The first assault was reforms which involved the forceful ordination of women as priests and bishops. As we all know, women’s emotionally unstable nature quickly lead to the propagation of gay marriage, the ordination of gay priests, ignoring chastity, ignoring peoples duties in relation to procreation, the support for mass-Muslim immigration and even the inter-religious dialogue with the Muslim community.
  • The multiculturalists WANT us to fit in their pre-defined stereotype. They want us to be racists, fascist, gay hating individuals because it would make their job so much easier in their effort to label us as the scum of the earth. The truth of the matter is that I personally know several gay individuals and have known several gay people during the years and I don’t have any reservations against them. Why would I care what they do behind closed doors? However, I personally do object to the “gay media hysteria” which has been going on in Western Europe the last two decades. In many cases “alleged victim groups” are subjected to positive discrimination within politics, media and certain sectors. In those specific contexts it has become standard policy to discriminate so called “heterosexual men”. Western European media, especially in the protestant countries are obsessed with cheering the gay community and other minorities they see as “preferred groups” in their so called “victim hierarchy”. The glorification of “preferred groups” in the EUSSR “victim hierarchy” have gone too far. It’s racist and fascist. 

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Online Traffic, Time, and Winter

So, I've been getting an insane amount of online traffic to this post from back in January. I'm not complaining. I just think it's funny. One thing I've learned by regularly blogging over the past couple of years is that unless you are famous, people don't give a shit about your blog if it is focused on something personal. People really need a common interest to rally around - that, or their own egos stroked. I'm the same way. The only blog I read regularly is Andrew Sullivan's, and that is because I enjoy his take on social and political goings on. Since it focuses on major events, it kinda goes without saying it has mass appeal regardless of whether or not you agree with him. My intention in creating this blog was to have a living journal of my time here in Australia. So outside of family and friends, I never really expected for anyone else to have an interest in reading it. So, it is ironic that a large number of people I don't know have stumbled upon this blog through a post via third party, and to top it off, a post that has very little to do with what this blog is actually about! For whatever reason, this has made me think about the finality of this endeavor. This blog will end when we leave Australia, but blogging is something that I want to continue doing when I get back home to San Francisco. I think I know what I want to do, but need to let the idea simmer a bit (that got your attention, right?). I have plenty of time.

Speaking of time, I've had a bit of it on my hands lately having not been employed for the past three and a half weeks. Since I know you are curious, during that that time I've set up a Google+ account, did some work on the Debris project, and made other whacky shit like this, this, and this. Tough life, I know. But having free time has also made me realize how much I despise the month of July in Sydney. It reminds me of February back home - spring isn't too far away, but there are more winter days ahead than you think there are going to be. At least with February you get a short month. Something I've never really talked about on here (at least I don't think I have?) is the whole hemisphere mind fuck. It's easy to forget what month it is because of the season flip. It's not so bad for me now, but March, April, May and September, October, November were the hardest to keep straight. Are we in spring or autumn?!? Another thing I've found fascinating is experiencing the host of typical western holidays in the southern hemisphere. Since most (in one way or another) are based on agricultural cycles, there's a bit of a surreal thing that happens when you have things out of sync. For example, witnessing Easter being celebrated in the middle of Autumn makes you realize (even more) just how ridiculous Easter is, especially in a place like Australia, where the indigenous cultures never developed agriculture for the simple fact that most of the land here is devoid of topsoil and nutrients. A similar thing happens with Halloween, which never really caught on here anyway. It just doesn't make sense to be celebrating the harvest in the heart of spring. And don't get me started on having Christmas when it's +30c outside, complete with fake spray-on snow in the windows of businesses and giant decorated Christmas trees in the park! It just occurred to me that there are no public holidays here during the winter months, which I'm sure is what adds to the depressing nature of the whole time of year. There's a pub up the street from where we live that's having a Christmas in July party tomorrow afternoon/evening. I think I know what I'll be doing...

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


The Anticipation Symphony

I've been meaning to publish this composition forever. The music was created by using copyright-free samples edited in sound mixing software. There are three parts. The spoken 'robot' voices use text from personal lists as well as a year's worth of text messages, which can be heard in part two. The text messages were sent over the year leading up to the move to Australia. Actually, the whole piece is really about anticipating that move. I created this shortly after we arrived in Sydney. It was part of a project conceived and curated by Torreya Cummings called Songs from Radio Hell. Or was it Sounds from...? Anyway, I think it is kinda of nice to finally get this piece up and public as we head into our final year here - as the anticipation of another move spins towards the horizon.

Note, this composition is about 40 mins long and it demands quite a bit from the listener.

Sunday, July 10, 2011


So, I created a Google+ profile. Who knows if it will take off and give Facebook a run for its money? I do like the design a lot and it does seem like it will provide more options in the social networking realm. Interestingly, it might be a better platform for businesses and institutions, rather than individuals. The iPhone app is still in 'approval' phase, so that will definitely change the dynamic once it is launched - that, and opening up so anyone can sign up without an invite. I think most people will be reluctant to try it out for the obvious reasons. A friend of mine on Facebook said:
It appears Google+ decided to let me in last night and after about five minutes of playing around inside of it, I realized, I don't need another social network. 
 I think most people will initially think the same way, but as more and more people start using it there will be a gravitation towards it out of curiosity. From what I understand, the beauty of Google+ will be in its ability to exploit author tags in searches as well as creating and using them to tag your own content. Someone like myself who has various web personae, it will be nice to link these together, so when someone searches for me or nfdu PROJECTS they will get both (and more) in search results. It's not that Google+ will replace Facebook or any of the other networking sites, but it could act as a mother ship for all of them. It's probably too early to say, but I think my good friend just might end up eating his words.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Every Job, a Performance

So, I’ve been writing this post in my head for about a month now. Yesterday was my last day at the Centre for Continuing Education. I got my foot in the door through the University’s temp office. I initially worked with the Support Team, booking venues for courses. At that point, I had been out of work for about 6 months so I was eager to do whatever. I approached the whole thing as a performance piece. I thought if I’m going to do a job that I’m overqualified to do, then I have to do something to keep it interesting. So, in my mind I thought I was doing some kind of grand performance art, where I would be documenting my tasks and experiences on a daily basis, so when it was all over I would exhibit the ephemera and people would think I was brilliant and blah, blah, blah. The problem was that after a week or so I forgot to document my ingenious creative endeavor and it simply became a job, where there was a lot of documenting but none of it was for art. When you book venues for a department like CCE, which runs over 1600 classes a year, you soon end up from your ass to your eyeballs in spreadsheets. Let me just say, I love spreadsheets. I don’t know if it’s the grid of cells or the organization of information or the merger of mathematics with aesthetics…or all of the above? The concept of the spreadsheet is simply the best thing ever invented. My performance piece evolved into a project in which I was going to use Excel to create visual delights that would be interactive via ‘if /then’ formatting. I would create this huge body of work I could exhibit. There would be computers for gallery visitors to engage with and the spreadsheets would be printed on really nice paper; they would be larger than life, hung on a wall, people would think I was brilliant and blah, blah, blah. A couple of weeks went by and I was like, that’s the dumbest fucking idea I’ve ever had. Nonetheless, I was making some kick ass spreadsheets. The Head of Programs at the time called me into his office and said, “John, what I like best about your spreadsheets is that not only do they have useful information that can be sorted, but they are also very nice to look at.” He went on to say, “Just because we work in sterile office environments doesn’t mean that the items we use on a daily basis have to be that way. I appreciate your efforts to add flair to the mundane. I know you are immensely over qualified to be doing the job you are doing, but I do think it is important for you to see how this place works at its base levels. If you are interested, there is certainly room for you to expand and grow.” A couple of weeks later, he offered me a position in the Programs Department. I accepted. In the 2 years since, I’ve put the creative part of my brain through some real tests. After some time and some mentoring, I was given the reins to shape the Arts and Humanities program. My Excel project evolved and I went from creator to curator. This wasn’t done alone. It was accomplished through the hard work of a group of dedicated people. Looking back today, I see a finished project (perhaps a work of art), complete with experience, documentation, and bits of myself inside of a program. I didn’t get a gallery show; I got something better.