Quote of the Day: Democracy is a death trap


Way of the World discusses the fact that in Western and northern Europe, whether by apathy or by direct manipulation of the system by the globalist elite, there does not seem to be a way for nationalists to break through and change the suicidal course their countries are on. The solution is to recognise that democracy is not the answer:

“It’s high time that we recognise that democracy, whether it plays rules or not, is a death trap for the peoples of Europe. I hope nationalists can come together and build a movement that has secession, separation and remigration as the key parts of its platform. Until we start daring to discuss and develop new ideas, we will continue to endure the same old disappointments. Let’s start planning a future which recognises the most important thing in all of this, which is our right to a hime of our own.”

It’s your XYZ.

  • James

    It’s been said democracy’s two wolves and a sheep voting on what’s for dinner.

    Unfotunatly true but it wouldn’t be a problem if all three had to abide by the same basic laws such as do not commit murder and do not steal etc.

    In my opinion that’s largely where we’re going wrong. The basic laws must apply to everyone including government as well.

    • fimbulwinter

      That’s spot on. I discussed with a mate that the state should be held to the same auditing and reporting requirements as publicly listed companies. But even more fundamental than that the state is exempt from nearly all laws they inflict on us. They won’t even obey the 10 commandments.

    • Jai_Normosone

      I firmly believe that, because those elected to office as well as senior bureaucrats, are in supreme positions of trust that involve the handling and use of taxpayer monies as well as the creation of, and supposed enforcement, of laws: They need to be held accountable far and above the average person on the street.

      To them, “accountability” equates to what the media puts in on the front page of their bird cage liner or the 3-second sound bytes with 10-minute commentary by the-equally-stupid on tabloid shows that pass for ‘news’.

      When these deadshits get caught, they need serious jail time in less-than-comfy accommodations. No white-collar “work farm”; they need to lose their ‘right’ to freedom of movement – just like that which they take away from everyone else.

      The perfect example is the turds who were caught out in the recent Section-44 issue and were removed from office. The forms to sign to enter office are clear and precise about not signing them if there is any question or doubt – yet they committed fraud and did it anyway only to receive a slap on the wrist as punishment. They passed laws and dictated to the public on issues of importance that affect everyone and nothing happens to them when caught out.

      Look at Susan Lamb (Federal Member for Longman (R) (the ‘R’ means The Rape Party, aka ALP, and not ‘Republican’)). Committed fraud to get in; got caught out; got punted; no charges, no loss of superannuation; no police investigation; gets voted back in. WTF????

      • James

        Yep good example.
        I’d go further and ask how many laws are on the books now that came into being by the votes of people ineligible to be there voting for them?
        And what about the new rules these questionable parliments create. Think about all the so called environmental laws that impose usage restrictions on private property such as vegetation clearing bans. That’s straight up taking by the state without compensation. And think of things like ever increasing compliance standards that often render existing property unuseable. That’s willfull destruction of property in my books.

        • Jai_Normosone

          You’re not wrong on any of these counts.

  • thegentlemantroll

    Maybe Australias decision not to ban communism in the 1950s referendum was more consequential than first thought.

    • Bootstrapper

      I’m also questioning the wisdom of giving women the vote and the Pill.

  • fimbulwinter

    We need a Vladimir Putin style leadership with close ties to the church.

    • Ron Mortimer

      Without a unifying religious culture nothing works or can work. Unless people can agree on the basics it all unravels. Now we can test that theory with moslems who don’t even recognise the legitimacy of our laws. It’s not looking good…