China’s Worship Of The State Coming To A “Democracy” Near You

The rulers are using leftism and feminism to bring in a new and more perfect tyranny which will then fuse seamlessly with the new tyranny in China.


“We found that people who hold radical political beliefs have worse metacognition than those with more moderate views,” said lead author and neuroscientist Dr Steve Fleming.
“They often have a misplaced certainty when they’re actually wrong about something, and are resistant to changing their beliefs in the face of evidence that proves them wrong.”


In the UK the police have been on “sensitivity” training. This is basically created mind control which prevents them from following their own good sense and operating on the basis of what they know by experience to be true.

The core of this type of mind control is the use of well sounding slogans and assumed conclusions – conclusions based in allegiance to a preexisting set of conclusions – in order to school the target away from his own perceptions and good sense. It creates consensus by means of social pressure.

These same techniques are being used currently to bring in enforced homosexualisation, and using variously very ill and troubled people (so-called transexuals) to enforce a new level of unreality upon the general population.

This is how cults work. Once they get you disregarding your own good sense, they’ve you. “Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.” Voltaire.

And we have seen this before. If we look at Nazi Germany, it is the very people who are so quick to call others “Nazis” who would have been the most enthusiastic supporters of that regime.

And, far worse than Germany, we have Soviet Russia – a system created and enforced by many of the same ethnic interests which are behind the Marxism 2.0 which is the essence of this leftist agenda. But this time they are using Cass Sunstein and Nudges rather than bullets. For now.


China has brought in a system of social credits. Bad rating: no international travel and other loss of “privileges”.

You can redeem yourself by giving charity (to the State).

Good deeds are rewarded by an increased social score (but those deeds have to be seen).

This is the carrot-like stick. There exists the real stick. Whole communities of Uighar Muslims have been taken into reeducation camps and are being fully indoctrinated into love for the state.

West does nothing. The West made China. China did not make itself. I grew up in the 70s. All real production was being sent – with financial inducements paid for by the Western tax payer – to China. The ruling elite made China. It wants China as the model: obedient, hardworking people whose only desire is to save face and please the State.

This is why there is no outcry.

They are creating the perfect tyranny. In the West they are using racial homogenisation, dumbing down of the masses, destruction of culture and morality, and the imposition of sexual degeneration. The point of this is to get us to the point where what is going on in China will look good to us.

But consider the insanity of the West. They will say if you believe in God you are extremist. If you want to bring up your child outside the state system you are extremist. If you don’t want to eat GMO or take injections you are extremist.

I know where this goes. I live in Russia. The state here killed tens of millions in the last century – and countless others in other countries. We don’t have to imagine.

This is why I do what I do. I can see where this is going. For me, the God Protocol is the only way out.


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Inspirational Writings From Believing Men Of The Past

Here I share snippets from writings of men of God of the past.


1. The Imitation of Christ, Thomas à Kempis
2. The Rule of St Benedict
3. The Desert Fathers, Sayings of the Early Christian Monks
4. Al-Qushayri’s Epistle On Sufism


“A hermit said, ‘Take care to be silent. Empty your mind. Attend to your meditation in the fear of God, whether you are resting or at work. If you do this, you will not fear the attacks of the demons.”
Abba Moses, “Sit in thy cell and thy cell will teach thee all.”
“Somebody asked Anthony, ‘What shall I do in order to please God?’ He replied, ‘Do what I tell you, which is this: wherever you go, keep God in mind; whatever you do, follow the example of Holy Scripture; wherever you are, stay there and do not move away in a hurry. If you keep to these guide-lines, you will be saved.'”
“He (Evagrius) also said, ‘A monk was told that his father had died. He said to the messenger, ‘Do not blaspheme. My Father cannot die.'”
Abbot Pastor, “If someone does evil to you, you should do good to him, so that by your good work you may drive out his malice.”
An Elder, “A man who keeps death before his eyes will at all times overcome his cowardliness.”
Blessed Macarius said, “This is the truth, if a monk regards contempt as praise, poverty as riches, and hunger as a feast, he will never die.”
“It happened that as Abba Arsenius was sitting in his cell that he was harassed by demons. His servants, on their return, stood outside his cell and heard him praying to God in these words, ‘O God, do not leave me. I have done nothing good in your sight, but according to your goodness, let me now make a beginning of good.'”
When one desert father told another of his plans to “ shut himself into his cell and refuse the face of men, that he might perfect himself,” the second monk replied, “ Unless thou first amend thy life going to and fro amongst men, thou shall not avail to amend it dwelling alone.”
“Abba Anthony said, ‘Whoever hammers a lump of iron, first decides what he is going to make of it, a scythe, a sword, or an axe. Even so we ought to make up our minds what kind of virtue we want to forge or we labour in vain.’
He also said, ‘Obedience with abstinence gives men power over wild beasts.'”[27]
It was said of Abba John the Dwarf, that one day he said to his elder brother, ‘I should like to be free of all care, like the angels, who do not work, but ceaselessly offer worship to God.’ So he took off his cloak and went away into the desert. After a week he came back to his brother. When he knocked on the door, he heard his brother say, before he opened it ‘Who are you?’ He said, ‘I am John, your brother.’ But he replied, ‘John has become an angel, and henceforth he is no longer among men.’ Then the other begged him saying, ‘It is I.’ However, his brother did not let him in, but left him there in distress until morning. Then, opening the door, he said to him, ‘You are a man and you must once again work in order to eat.’ Then John made a prostration before him, saying, ‘Forgive me.'”[28]

The Imitation of Christ (Latin: De Imitatione Christi) by Thomas à Kempis is a Christian devotional book. It was first composed in Latin ca. 1418–1427.[1][2] It is a handbook for spiritual life arising from the Devotio Moderna movement, of which Kempis was a member.[3]

The Imitation is perhaps the most widely read Christian devotional work next to the Bible,[2][4] and is regarded as a devotional and religious classic.[5] Its popularity was immediate, and it was printed 745 times before 1650.[6] Apart from the Bible, no book had been translated into more languages than the Imitation of Christ at the time.[7]


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Why I Make Boring Videos – And Why Social Media Destroys Community

I get a steady stream of advice on how I could make my presentation more yummy, colourful, fun, catchy and cool. Here I explain why I prefer to keep things dull. See Sam Vaknin’s excellent interview on the toxicity of social media:



I’m sure that many of us, not least of all those who make a living from it, can conceive of a world without the internet. For Generation Y, it has become the all encompassing font of easily accessible knowledge, entertainment and communication. Our lives have become enriched and transformed because of it and I for one don’t think I’ll ever get over the excitement of actively participating in this extraordinary adventure.

The fact that I don’t have to spend hours in the library, or work out complicated maths equations in my head or wait forever for important letters to arrive any more is still a thing of wonder. Like most of my peers, I tend not to take the internet for granted (not that much anyway) precisely because my generation did go to the library, do maths without a calculator and spent hours writing letters with an actual pen – we grew up learning these skills because there was no other way. You learnt your times table by rote and practised your neat handwriting again and again until you got it right, it’s what we all did.

I can still remember the shock of hearing that calculators were going to be allowed to be used in maths exams. An actual calculator! We could only dream of such technological assistance in my day, the thought of taking one in the exam room was literally unheard of. Yet last week, my 8 year old nephew was casually explaining how he uses an iPad at his school desk for almost every lesson and it struck me just what a massive part of his life the internet has become and that he’ll never really know what it’s like to have to go and physically search for information or – God forbid – have to wait days or weeks[…]


• I get messages:
o make them shorter
o make a summary
o make it prettier
o add pictures
♣ Have considered this
♣ Realised that my original strategy was correct
• why I left social media:
o Facebook
o Twitter
• Understand a couple of things:
o Social media forces you compete with yourself
o SM rewards dumbing down
♣ If I were not doing what I do here, I would not be on this type of media at all
o Kim Kardashian’s behind would get more views in a day than my entire presentation
• My philosophy has been “anti” network-effects from day 1
• I have always understood that I am not about masses
• I can see the pernicious effects of social media (anti social media)
• Low numbers but high quality
• About one eighth of my subscribers view most videos within a few days – that’s huge
• I weed out the trolls and the psychological vampires – they do elsewhere
• I want to recommend an interview with Sam Vaknin
o Generally about narcissistic / psychopathic disorders
o This one about social media: how it is fundamentally anti-social
• I thought for some time that it would be possible to create a real community
• I can see that this is not what people want – until there is a war, they will not come out of their bubbles
• People are afraid of real contact – generally
• Other reasons:
o I want to lead people to my work – not too high a gap
o I am looking for people who can “get” what I do
o I am not interested in the “entertain me” demographic – they are already dead
o I am only interested in quality


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Suicide: Is It Allowed In The Qur’an?

Thoughts on an oft-recurring question: what does the Qur’an say about suicide? And is it always wrong? Here I give my own personal view as well as an indication of the Qur’anic position on this subject.


I can give you my personal view: much of my problem with suicide rests with the fact that it assumes that what follows is better than what currently is. I’m not saying there aren’t situations where it is valid (say, a commander about to be taken by enemy troops who has important strategic information which would put his comrades at risk if obtained by torture). In that case, a single bullet would be a strategy of war clearly intended to advance his side’s interests. But that is entirely different to the majority of suicides, especially in the West: selfish, entitled people whose (unrealistic) expectations are not met by their perception of the facts and who think that “nothing” would be better than what they currently have. But they are assuming “nothing”. They have no proof for it. The Qur’an is clear: after death comes eternity. It is the shaytan’s whispers which tell people life is not worth living if they can’t have such-and-such a thing. I would strongly counsel that eternity should be entered in the sincere fear of God, not in abject fear of the shaytan – one who will deny any connection with those who serve him on the Day of Judgment. Peace, Sam

For that cause we decreed for the children of Isrā’īl that whoso takes a life other than for a life
Or corruption in the earth:
It will be as if he killed mankind altogether
(And whoso gives life:
It will be as if he gave life to mankind altogether.
And our messengers came to them with clear evidence.
Then many of them after that are committers of excess in the earth.)

And whoso kills a believer intentionally
His reward is Hell
He abiding eternally therein
And God is wroth with him and has cursed him
And prepared for him a tremendous punishment.


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Islam’s Claim For Order Of Qur’anic Revelation Rejected On Basis Of The Qur’an

In this talk I introduce the concept of parenthetical statements in the Qur’an (which by themselves solve many of the problems the Traditionalist has made for himself) and then use that to demonstrate why surah 96 could not have been the first revealed, as brand Islam would have one believe.


And when thou recitest the Qur’an:
Seek thou refuge in God from the accursed shayṭān
(He has no warrant against those who heed warning and in their lord place their trust.
His warrant is but against those who take him for ally
And those who ascribe a partnership to him.)
And when we change by a proof the place of a proof.
And God knows best what he sends down in stages.
They say: Thou art but inventing.
The truth is: most of them know not. (16:98-101)

Glorify thou the name of thy lord, the Most High
Who created
And fashioned
And who determined
And guided
And who brought forth the pasture
Then made it russet-brown decay
(We will make thee recite
And thou wilt not forget.)
Save that God should will.
He knows the manifest and the hidden
And we will ease thee towards ease.
So remind thou.
If the reminder benefit
He will take heed who fears. (87:1-10)

Recite thou in the name of thy lord who created
Created man from a clinging thing.
Recite thou
And thy lord is the Most Noble
Who taught by the pen
Taught man what he knew not. (96:1-5)


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UK Social Services Kidnapping Children Of Russian Parents: WARNING

Forced adoptions are now common in the West. And the UK seems to have a particular focus on the children of Russian parents. In this talk I summarise my own insights on this subject as the husband of a Russian woman having experienced both the UK and Russian systems.

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Dear Theresa May and the Conservative Government of the United Kingdom,

This open letter – somewhat in the form of an essay – is designed to bring to the public’s attention a very serious issue which affects so many families, many of which are never able to speak for fear of repercussions, such as imprisonment – simply for speaking the truth. The issue, is that of the conduct of Social (Children’s) Services and the practices of the Family Courts and more specifically, forced adoption and the profiteering experienced by Local Authorities and Fostering / Adoption Agencies. This letter is timely, due to the ever so near General Election of 2017 – it is about time that the UK fully understood what is happening on a daily basis in this country: our children are being stolen, abused and sold on, like property or any other marketable commodity and it must stop, now.
Please note that evidence is referenced via footnotes at the bottom of this document.

Forced Adoption [1] in the UK appears to be big business, with thousands of children removed from families each year; many of them becoming subject to foster care or adoption. When children are adopted, the parents often do not know where they are going, to what kind of family, where in the country (that’s if they stay in the UK) and are unlikely to be fortunate enough to find them again at age 18. There are many questions to be asked here: should Forced Adoption still be legal in the UK? – is this part of the reason that Britain wants to leave the EU (so that it can continue its child trafficking without scrutiny)? – are children being sold off to the highest bidder? – are children being placed into paedophile rings or sold off for sex slavery? We find it interesting that Theresa May, as Home Secretary, lost investigation papers regarding a paedophile ring [2] and we cannot help but wonder if the UK trade is similar to that of Hollywood in the US [3] – perhaps that’s why May and Trump are jumping into bed together.

The UK is the only country in Europe where Forced Adoption is still legal [4] and on too many occasions, children are removed without enough evidence, via scare tactics (the use of a ‘voluntary’ arrangement known as a ‘section 20’) and by force, involving the Police. Children are terrified, parents are left devastated and many, are taken at birth. Can you imagine giving birth and before being able to breast feed or change the first nappy, that baby is taken away and placed with strangers? Women have described to us the feeling of leaving hospital “with an empty body and empty arms”. They have to make their own way home, are provided no support whatsoever and are expected to attend meetings or even Court within a matter of days; sometimes hours. Some women are unable to cope and end up taking their own lives and then this is used as evidence to back up Social Service’s position regarding having taken the child to begin with. They will state that the mother was unable to cope, or had mental health issues. Arguably, they are the lucky ones. What is left for those who stay? They attempt to fight the arbitrary system, struggling to obtain Legal Aid and simply hoping and praying that they find a legal team not part of the corrupt, evil system which seeks to destroy families. The Family Court system is biased and operates in secret, with parents too terrified to speak out against the injustice, much like Charities in the UK [5] which have been gagged by Tory legislation.


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The Shortness Of This Life

We are often deceived by this life. But it passes so quickly and our end is clear: death. The Qur’an says that this life is the enjoyment of deception. Wise people give this life the best they can since they have to answer for themselves to God.


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“According to the UK insurance actuarial tables, the average life expectancy for a male in the UK is 76 years. But even this a deceptive view because:
Let’s say you’re 55 years old. Based upon the actuarial tables you have 21 years left to live. But the average person sleeps close to 8 hours per night. So you really only have 13.8 years of “living” left.
If you subtract the time you wait in traffic, grocery and other checkout lines, time wasted on hold… whether on the phone or in person…other people wasting your time, you wasting your own time, you lose another 17% of your life…
At 55 You have Just 11 Years of “Living” Left in Life
No exaggeration. The concept is very real. The time you have left to devote to a greater mission or purpose… is limited”

And the day he gathers them will be as though they had tarried only an hour of the day.
They will recognise one another.
Those will have lost who repudiated the meeting with God
And they were not rightly guided. (10:45)

Thus do we narrate to thee some reports of what has gone before
And have given thee a remembrance from our presence.
Whoso turns from it:
He will bear a burden on the Day of Resurrection
They abiding eternally therein.
And an evil load is for them on the Day of Resurrection
The day the trumpet is blown.
And that day will we gather the evildoers
Whispering among themselves:
You tarried only ten. (20:99-103)

He will say: How long tarried you in the earth counting by years?
They will say: We tarried a day or part of a day:
Ask thou those who keep count.
He will say: You tarried only a little
Had you but known.
Thought you that we but created you in vain
And that you would not be returned to us?
Then exalted be God
The True King!
There is no god save he
The Lord of the Noble Throne.
And whoso calls to another god with God
He has no evidence thereof.
And his reckoning is but with his lord.
Those who spurn guidance while claiming virtue are not successful.
And say thou: My lord: forgive thou
And have thou mercy
And thou art the best of those who have mercy. (23:12-18)
Every soul will taste death
And you will but be paid in full your rewards on the Day of Resurrection.
And whoso is removed from the fire and made to enter the garden:
He has attained.
And the life of this world is only the enjoyment of deception. (3:185)


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How The Qur’an Provides Its Own Answers To FAQs

In my work I use a particular set of methodologies (that you will find summarised in the Background section to my work – and you can download free at Here I give a taste of an analysis which demonstrates that the Qur’an provides its own answers to frequently asked questions.


Arabic: am. This is the Arabic equivalent of or and, as in English, introduces the second part of an alternative question (e.g. Would you like tea or coffee?). However, here and in many places across the text am exists without a contextual setup or corollary (e.g. Or coffee?). Clearly, this does not fully make sense. The translators wriggle and try to explain, but not convincingly. Sometimes by sticking with or – or by replacing or ignoring it – they stumble upon sense because the surrounding text happens to fall kindly for them. But where they are true to their dominant premises they are left often with an awkward non sequitur. My process was this: I identified all cases of am in the text, placing them in one of two categories: those which perform the standard offices of or (e.g. Would you like tea or coffee?), and those which do not, those which have no natural preceding part (e.g. Or coffee?). This latter category I called the ‘hanging am’. Upon reviewing all cases of the hanging am it became clear that the fact that am exists also in this second state indicates not a deficiency but rather the presence of a separate textual entity. The Traditionalist has failed entirely to understand the point and purpose of the hanging am which is why, in part, his translation reads in such a stalling, faltering way where it occurs. Its function, however, is twofold: rhetorical and logistical. It is rhetorical in that it identifies a key claim or scenario prior to answering or clarifying that claim or scenario, operating like a Q&A sheet. The logistical function provided by the hanging am consists in the fact that it operates as a marker so that all such Q&As may readily be identified and drawn together, thus providing an illuminating study as well as a reference guide for fielding common questions. The entire set is found at 2:108, 2:133, 2:140, 2:214, 4:53, 4:54, 6:143, 6:144, 6:144, 9:16, 10:31, 10:38, 11:13, 11:35, 13:16, 13:33, 13:33, 18:9, 21:21, 21:24, 21:43, 23:68:, 23:69, 23:70, 23:72, 24:50, 25:44, 27:60, 27:61, 27:62, 27:63, 27:64, 29:4, 30:35, 32:3, 34:8, 35:40, 35:40, 37:150, 37:156, 38:9, 38:10, 38:28, 38:28, 39:9, 39:43, 42:9, 42:21, 42:24, 43:16, 43:21, 43:79, 43:80, 45:21, 46:4, 46:8, 47:24, 47:29, 52:30, 52:32, 52:32: 52:33, 52:35, 52:35, 52:36, 52:37, 52:37, 52:38, 52:39, 52:40, 52:41, 52:42, 52:43, 53:24, 53:36, 54:43, 54:44, 67:20, 67:21, 68:37, 68:39, 68:41, 68:46, 68:47, 72:25. All instances are footnoted and reference this verse.


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