Thursday, April 06, 2006


Thursday, April 6, 2006
7pm Jim & Nick's
I suppose I should make sure to post these earlier. If anyone would like to come by and talk about the evils of islam, or if anyone just wants to come by to call me a islamophobe, pilgrim and I will be at Jim & Nick's in Inverness at 7pm.


Blogger dag said...

We made it. We survived and we're actually making some plans to change the course of Canadian history.

It's a long story, and it requires more space than I can give it here. This is finally working in a way that makes our efforts worth the while. I'm coming back with further comments when I get a few minutes to spare here.

It works, and we're moving ahead.

I hope you can keep with this this it works for you too. We'll try to help out now that we think we have a better plan.

Best, Dag.

4/07/2006 06:27:00 PM  
Blogger maccusgermanis said...

Thanks for coming by. I do keep an eye on your blog, even through fits with ie. I've meant to join the discussion, particularly concerning the legitimacy of g'mnt but haven't taken the time to organise the simplest of observations.

4/07/2006 10:55:00 PM  
Blogger dag said...

It's good to know you're hard at it regardless of the lack of visible progress so far.

Truepeers has started up a new blog, Covenant Zone, and he and I, and I hope another of our mates in Vancouver, will contribute to it more or less daily. Our hope is to attract other locals through the blogs and from there draw them to our meetings. We'll do blog searches looking for people with ideas compatible to our own, and from there we'll work on an organic growth of people as a movement. As it progresses we'll put out more information and perhaps tips if anything we do seems particularly useful in general.

Good luck next Thursday, mate, and if you like, post a notice for us on Wednesday so I can spread the word around as much as possible for you from here.

Regards, Dag.

4/08/2006 12:20:00 AM  
Blogger dag said...

Hi, Macc.

I responded, probably not very clearly to your comments at n.d.

I'm working on a project with truepeers, a project we feel is essential in Canada and Europe, perhaps not as deeply so in America, a project to reaffirm our nationhoods and their validity and essential necessity.

Here in Canada we are swamped with multi-culturalism, moral relativism, and nihilism of all sorts. We donot have a covenant with our nations, we have a broken social contract in which the Philosopher Kings of Cloud Cuckoo Land have convinced most citizens that we are "the children of the world." We, being exploiters and daemons of the past, are now multi-culturalists paying for past imaginary sins at the expence of reality as a coherent nation of coherent people. In that our elites have broken the contract to govern democratically all people as equal before the law, we now have multiple mininations within a non-nation.

I might still be vaugue here, so I'll drop in the comment I made at my blog, and I'll try to answer more fully as we progress with this new thesis at "Covenant Zone."

The reference to contracts is more or less to Rousseau's Contrat Social, a particularly repulsive piece of work, in my opinion.

Compare the social contract, the impossible prior agreement in a Hobbsean world, the unecessary contract in a Rouseauean world, to the world of today's Left dhimmi fascism and mulit-culti victim culture. The contract is a failure on all fronts.

The point to make is that a covenant is required, the same one we had but seem to have broken in our rush to be politically correct, to be utopian and philobarbarist, in short to be dhimmiified.

It's time that we re-affirm our covenant with our nations: with each other, and with our own relationship to our beings as citizens of our lands.

The point is to condemn multi-cultural phantasy and victimology in favor of individuals making a covenant with our lands as members of our lands, as competitive and independent rather than as infantalised victims or gnostic elitsts.

When I pledge allegiance to my nation I want it to mean my nation, not to mean to my membership in some emphemeral special interest group owed privilege by dint of my victimhood.

I like other people, as a rule, but I am not others myself. I am and they are. I have a commonality with my own nation, not with a brotherhood of man first and foremost but with me and mine, and later with others possibly.

Truepeers and I are working on this, and over the duration we'll try to clarify a thesis that we hope will appeal to all people within the bounds of reason and decency. Multi-culturalism is not a good effort for us. Not who we are as victims, but who are we as a nation? Not what are we against, but what are we as positive and good and worth making more of? Do we have a national identity that supercedes our victimhood? I think so. I think our nationhood is excellent, and I want it elevated not diminished. The greatness of our nation is a shared identity and a shared responsiblity. Internationalism and multi-culturealism and moral relativism are probably fine in a science fiction novel but in the real world the stateless man is ineffective. To be all is to be nothing. To be American is to be-- or not to be-- a man of the polity whom one can say is either or is not.

I'll have more to write on this subject later, as will truepeers.

4/08/2006 01:37:00 AM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

You can download Mozzilla for free. I find it easier to access Dag's blog with Mozzilla.

Opt for Firefox.

I kept IE as my default browser, but access Firefox when I need to.

4/11/2006 06:50:00 PM  
Blogger dag said...

We're back at it tonight for our 14th meeting in Vancouver at the public library. We hope to make some progress by searching for specifically Canadian bloggers and viewers. If it works, if we narrow our focus to one place where we know there are like-minded people, then perhaps we'll get more people to our meetings. I would suggest you try this for those blogging in your specific area to see if it works better than the broad approach. Will return later tonight or early tomorrow to let you know if we succeeded this time out.

4/13/2006 03:26:00 PM  
Blogger maccusgermanis said...

Sorry, I didn't even make a post, but I was in the usual place on thurs. Of course, you're right about contacting local bloggers.

4/16/2006 07:39:00 PM  
Blogger dag said...

I kind of thought you made it anyway. Let us know in advance next time.

Happy Easter, mate.

4/16/2006 07:55:00 PM  

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