Escape From 'The New Normal'?

Elmore

Kingfisher
Kosovo to unveil Vaccination Passport


Many European countries are considering issuing of the vaccination pass or passport which is documentation proving that you have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Also Kosovo is expected to follow these steps, and jointly with the vaccination authorities will start providing individuals with COVID-19 vaccine passport. The Ministry of Health told Zeri that Kosovars will be equipped with the vaccination pass after they receive two doses of the vaccine. “According to the plan on immunization against COVID-19, each vaccinated person will be granted a pass or whatever it will be called as a documentation proving that they have taken both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine,” the Ministry of Health told Zeri.



 

Grow Bag

Woodpecker
I think there will be a big squeeze on Africa, once the elite believe they've got the West nailed down. The thing to bear in mind is that Africa is a big concern for the elite due to the huge population and it's disparate regimes. The Fusion Doctrine*, I believe, is the elites plan to create a camouflaged (using their usual, "we come as friends", "only here to help" modus operandi) beachhead in Africa, spanning across the Sahel region from coast to coast. I don't think for a moment that African countries will not be brought to heal regarding the Great Reset. The consequence of this will not bode well for white skinned people living there in the future. It would be far down the list as my relocation choice in the long term. Better to try to stay off the radar as much as possible in countries where you don't stand out and have at least a chance of assimilating.

*Worth a read if Africa is on your list.
 

Louis IX

Pelican
True, and it was a similar reaction in other Balkan countries. The authoritarian underbelly of these countries is never far from the surface. But it really is loose now in Albania, even compared to Serbia, where I was for three months prior to coming here. What seems definitely true of the Serbs, and probably of Albanians as well, is that the totalitarians will get no help from the people. They won't self police. No stink eyes or lectures on mask protocol from fellow shoppers. Virtue signaling and moral one-upmanship simply aren't part of the Serb make-up. Very different from the U.S. and U.K.
Another element is the fact that sitting at cafe is a national sport in the Balkans. If you close this you basically do not allow people to live.

+ Almost all the Albanian economy is based on shops / cafés / buildings to launder money.
So for sure there is pressure on the government to not close anything .
 

Louis IX

Pelican
I have bad experiences with many north Africans, knives pulled on me, smarmy, snarling comments, etc. Moroccans are some of the worse. On the other side there's a Scottish bloke I know who rides his motorbike from Spain to Morocco every year and loves the place, but he stays clear of the cities and tends to ride in the outback.
Morrocans from Morocco are warm and welcoming apart from the guys offering you drugs.
Moroccans outside Morocco are often bad people
 

Louis IX

Pelican
I think there will be a big squeeze on Africa, once the elite believe they've got the West nailed down. The thing to bear in mind is that Africa is a big concern for the elite due to the huge population and it's disparate regimes. The Fusion Doctrine*, I believe, is the elites plan to create a camouflaged (using their usual, "we come as friends", "only here to help" modus operandi) beachhead in Africa, spanning across the Sahel region from coast to coast. I don't think for a moment that African countries will not be brought to heal regarding the Great Reset. The consequence of this will not bode well for white skinned people living there in the future. It would be far down the list as my relocation choice in the long term. Better to try to stay off the radar as much as possible in countries where you don't stand out and have at least a chance of assimilating.

*Worth a read if Africa is on your list.
If the plan is global depopulation Africa will be slaughtered . But I agree that it seems to be EU and USA first ....
 
Anybody here read Millennium by Jacques Attali? According to the book Africa, with the exception of maybe South Africa, Africa is going to be doomed. In modern times the Chinese are colonizing the continent. The book is prefaced that most Americans don't even know who the author is (he's a former adviser to a high ranking French politician).

Big concept ideas of the book include technology is breaking down "traditional" concepts like nations and families. People that can do work remotely and package services into goods are going to be the new winners. Conversely there will be a class of losers. America might not be the new "chosen" powerhouse sector and the author thinks Europe or Japan will be where all the activity will be based.

I think the best ways to escape from the new normal are to live a great life, be a giving person, and be aware this is a plan that probably has been cooked up decades ago. To be fair most of us Americans have healthcare that's better than what billionaires received one hundred years ago. The wild card in all this is it's manmade (and therefore subject to failure) and an EMP, asteroid, or once in a millennium event destroys the Earth and we're back to the Stone Ages.
 

holgerdanske

Sparrow
It has nothing to do with democracy and everything to do with the fact they are atheist and are all in that "non-religion". Hence, since they are socialist and atheists, their god is the government.
The younger generation for sure. Among the older ones (40 plus) there still are a lot of Christians, those are the ones in church and who are following the processions. Anyway, we could debate the true underlying reasons back and forth ad naseum. But I think we both can agree that Spaniards are collectivist by nature and jump at the chance to introduce sweeping changes to their societies without consideration of the long term consequences. Long term planning has never been a strength of the Spaniards, which is a trait they share with most of the Mediterranean.
 

Elmore

Kingfisher
If the plan is global depopulation Africa will be slaughtered . But I agree that it seems to be EU and USA first ....

Why would they care that much about people living in squalor in Africa?

I think it's well off their radar for the sort of dystopian society they plan to implement in the developed world. Certainly for the the near future anway.

They'll just allow that to be one big mess, and use their excess population as a means to destroy European descended nations around the world.

Maybe they'll mop it up as part of their endgame, but for now i dont think they care.

I feel this is how they feel, by degrees at least, about the more obscure / poor countries of Eastern Europe / Eurasia. Although the former wont be used as Useful Idiots in the destruction of the West anyway.
 

holgerdanske

Sparrow
Nothing on God's earth could convince me to live in Morocco.

I dont understand why people choose these type of countries (rife with criminals & fundamentalist Islam), when there are decent Christian states with similar possibility to live off the radar Both Georgia & Armenia come to mind.

I feel the same about Africa. Merely flying over it on my way back from Tenerife made me feel uneasy. I am pretty confident that I will depart this world without ever having set foot there. I've been to three continents and probably could see myself living down under as well. But Africa, no thank you.
 
Another element is the fact that sitting at cafe is a national sport in the Balkans. If you close this you basically do not allow people to live.

+ Almost all the Albanian economy is based on shops / cafés / buildings to launder money.
So for sure there is pressure on the government to not close anything .
Very true, especially Albania. It's apparently a society fueled by coffee. There are enormous cafes everywhere, and smaller ones on about every block, most always filled.
 
True, and it was a similar reaction in other Balkan countries. The authoritarian underbelly of these countries is never far from the surface. But it really is loose now in Albania, even compared to Serbia, where I was for three months prior to coming here. What seems definitely true of the Serbs, and probably of Albanians as well, is that the totalitarians will get no help from the people. They won't self police. No stink eyes or lectures on mask protocol from fellow shoppers. Virtue signaling and moral one-upmanship simply aren't part of the Serb make-up. Very different from the U.S. and U.K.

That's what I've been hearing from those on the ground in Serbia... they've got no trust for the govt, and will stand up to them. Their doctors petitioned for real reporting on corona stats, and demanded that those responsible for the blown-up hysteria be held accountable.
 

Krieger_07

Sparrow
The younger generation for sure. Among the older ones (40 plus) there still are a lot of Christians, those are the ones in church and who are following the processions. Anyway, we could debate the true underlying reasons back and forth ad naseum. But I think we both can agree that Spaniards are collectivist by nature and jump at the chance to introduce sweeping changes to their societies without consideration of the long term consequences. Long term planning has never been a strength of the Spaniards, which is a trait they share with most of the Mediterranean.

Thanks for your response. The older generations might be (in my experience) outwardly religious but it's all based on tradition for most of them, they go through the motions like almost everywhere else. It's not out of convictions, hence the faith was never transmitted to their descendants and there never was a pushback against the attacks on faith and tradition. As a matter of fact, they couldn't care less. Somewhere along the way, the roots of faith withered and with them the whole tree and only a miracle can bring that tree back to life. Regarding what you say about collectivist mindset, might be true for modern Spaniards, but it was not in our(?) nature. Collectivist peoples can never hope to establish worldwide empires, sustain them for centuries, let alone be outstanding explorers. I'm speaking as the descendant of one of them in the other side of the pond and someone who has had the opportunity to live there. Spaniards are not as individualistic as northern peoples but weren't the brainless dullards you have seen so far.

As far as I know (based on testimony of older spaniards, and what I have read from both sides), Franco was the last hurrah for Spain after almost two centuries of decadence.

I hope you are doing well in Spain. These are hard times and I suspect they are about to get harder. Cheers.
 

Elmore

Kingfisher
Thanks for your response. The older generations might be (in my experience) outwardly religious but it's all based on tradition for most of them, they go through the motions like almost everywhere else. It's not out of convictions, hence the faith was never transmitted to their descendants and there never was a pushback against the attacks on faith and tradition. As a matter of fact, they couldn't care less. Somewhere along the way, the roots of faith withered and with them the whole tree and only a miracle can bring that tree back to life. heers.

Agree 100%

I very rarely met anyone in Spain that seemed genuine & devout in their Christianity. I can think of one person in fact, and i lived there for around 3 years in total.

It's just part of their culture with the fiestas & saints days. But it doesn't really mean much to them, it seemed to me. Maybe i'm wrong, just the feeling i got. Certainly with anyone born from the mid 70s onwards.
 

Oberrheiner

Pelican
Africa has strong Christian communities
For sure, however christianism in africa is very different than christianism in europe.
And it's also very different than christianism in north america, itself different than christianism in south america.

Africa is a very special place, better try before you buy.
It will teach you the ways of life, for sure - but it might kill you too :)
 

Louis IX

Pelican
For sure, however christianism in africa is very different than christianism in europe.
And it's also very different than christianism in north america, itself different than christianism in south america.

Africa is a very special place, better try before you buy.
It will teach you the ways of life, for sure - but it might kill you too :)
I personally think that Africa is a haunted continent , we should live them live alone there , I just want to be in Europe with Europeans and Christians. I support African christians though.
 

Elmore

Kingfisher
What does it take to make people in the GloboHomo hotspots to wake up and realise that old school 'patriotism' & nationalism are dead in the water and malign?

Maybe it's just due to my somewhat transient childhood & adult life, but i just don't understand people who have no strong ties (eg kids, family, owning houses etc) that stay in the West at this point.

They've not been allowed to go to the gym or the pub in over 3 months in UK currently, let alone the economic crash & inability to work. I'm losing faith that people will ever do anything about any of this. They'll just tolerate it, as over a period of time the human mind gets conditioned to react to routine, and this does literally become the 'new normal'.

It's long been said if you want to cement a new activity as habit & make it routine, do it consistently for 30 days. Well the Western world, has been under these conditions for what, approx 300 days? With barely any cessation or sign of an end in sight.

Even if this slowly comes off the boil and at least relents after spring, the psychological damage will be vast, never mind the economy.

Fact is there are better options than the West to live. If you're relatively light on your feet and can leave, work remotely or have the wherewithal self finance for a while, i dont understand why people wouldnt explore that.

Yet that's what i hear when i speak with people back home. They will just tolerate whatever comes down the pipe with a shrug.

It's depressing to see, as there's no way this whole thing just filters out, this is the beginning of a new era of control and governance, and if people aren't already seeing the imminent danger ahead, i dont know when or if they ever will.
 

zetts

Pigeon
Yeah you are 100% right. My personal hope is at one point basic human instinct will kick in these sleeping masses and regardles of what TV says, they'll realize they are living in a prison. Zoo animals have never seen anything resembling freedom or natural life, yet they they realize something is missing, something about their lifes is not right.
 

Elmore

Kingfisher
I dunno, i think this last year is the literal last chance for the West.

It's clear the leadership is utterly malign & corrupted.

If broadly speaking people just accept this - which is how it seems is happening - then we're finished.

Literally finished. With no way back.

If you tolerate this, then your children will be trans, basically.
 
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