Saturday, October 30, 2021

Western Women Have A Reputation

 And not for being good wives and mothers or even overall decent human beings, either...

When you browse on your smartphone, YouTube keeps pushing videos into your timeline, if you hit on one, you'll get the whole series, that's how I grew addicted to reading UTube discussions on the Magnificent Century, a Turkish historical drama/soap I'd written about before. 

Yesterday, I was reading comments on Prince Mustafa's relationship with one of his girlfriends. After his father prohibits their marriage since she is of low birth, he lets her go.

But he still took her virginity, remarked someone indignantly.

Well, she was a Christian, and it's not important for Christians anyway, was the answer.

That's what they think about us, and honestly, who could blame them? Of course, many Eastern people somehow still mistakenly consider modern Western countries Christian, and I realise that Christian generally means white/Western to them, but even among those who call themselves Christians virginity and chastity aren't exactly hot topic, either.

In fact, I remember how a Christian site (I think it was Boundless but could be mistaken, so don't take my word for it), had a discussion where virgins were told that virginity was their idol. Also, have you seen what "chaste" Christian girls wear to church nowadays?

I seldom write about modesty on this blog for several reasons. First, is it any use flogging a dead horse? Modesty in clothes is a totally foreign concept to 99% of the citizens, often including non-Western immigrants and fundie women, too. The first group will cover their hair (and that not always) but dress in pretty Western styles for the rest, the latter will wear a short skirt provided it's black/dark. 

Second, you easily get accused of being "jealous" of younger women and their beauty. The accusation is ridiculous, of course, since it's not only the problem of the young women any more, and those young women in 15 years will be older, too, so what is there to be jealous about? But, of course, those who hurl it won't care. 

Third, Western men, despite what they will tell you, love it. Muslims will often avert their eyes even talking to you, because that's the way they are taught, but I have yet to encounter a Western man of whatever age and religion who would do it. Oh yes, they sometimes decry it online but keep watching.

In general, the reaction to this show is eye-opening. It depicts, among other things, infidelity, fornication and abortion. Muslim viewers decry it. How could you kill an innocent child? Why is Sultan not monogamous, asked someone from Pakistan (!), that's just so horrible and immoral. How could you commit adultery and fornication with your best friend's wife? Why are ladies' decolletes so low? That's the issues which bother them

Western people are bothered primarily by the lack of feminism and  the lack of equality as in the Royal family being arrogant and having more rights than their slaves/servants and commoners.

The East is the East and the West is the West and never the twain shall meet, I guess...

Friday, October 29, 2021

What's Happening In Canada?

 Can somebody tell me? Since Will from Patriactionary stopped posting I get no reliable information. Are there any freedoms left for unvaccinated?

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Social Credit System Coming To UK?

Useful information? 

 In January 2022 the Government are launching a new App to help people make positive changes to their diet and physical activity. A pilot will see users wear wrist-worn devices that can generate personalised health recommendations such as increasing their step count, eating more fruit and vegetables, and decreasing portion size. Users will collect points for their healthy behaviours, which will unlock rewards... 

Well, at least they are out of EU and can't force it on us, I guess. Heaven knows, we have a lot of problems of our own and  new restrictive measures looming...

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

There Is No Magic Ingredient

When I read internet discussions, I notice how people will often go and search for a magic ingredient which is responsible for (presumably them) being fat and unhealthy.

Often it's "the government", "medical system", "seed oils", "corn syrup" and as I have found recently, apparently folic acid. (Those are just examples, by the way.)

One thing that is seldom named is personal responsibility. Your health is your own and if you don't trust medical advice, it's up to you to search for better info, what with the resources we have nowadays at our fingertips. 

In my experience, it's not so much one certain ingredient or a type of food, but rather, your overall diet. People will often say they are fat because of the official "food pyramid" as it promotes eating too much carbs. However, I have yet to encounter where the official health advice promotes drinking liters of soda, and eating high GI sugary foods or even white bread. Vice versa, nowadays they are on a very vigourous anti-sugar crusade and will warn you against stuff like French fries or white rice.

I have no opinion about seed oils as I try to only use cold pressed virgin olive oil and butter, as for corn syrup, I have been forever eating jams containing it and it hardly ever influences my weight. May be because I restrict myself to 2 teaspoons a day?

Have been forever taking folic acid and it didn't make me fat, either. I have read about many diets through the years and one of the most researched and beneficial appears to be the Mediterranean diet. It's quite common sense and not very restrictive, allows for both meat and poultry but emphasises fish, allows you some high quality alcohol, too, and stresses minimally processed foods. Sweets and quick carbs are restricted. It's not low fat, either, since you are encouraged to use plenty of olive oil. It encourages you to cook your food instead of going for TV dinners.

It's quite difficult to change your eating patterns but I do believe it's worth it, and it will benefit you more than supplements though they have their place, too.

Monday, October 25, 2021

Forever Boosters?

 Half year ago it was dismissed as a "conspiracy theory", yet here we are:

 The booster jabs are intended to deal with waning immunity among groups which first received the vaccines at the start of the year – but the number administered each day has been a fraction of the rate during the initial programme.

It's not only for the older folks, either:

The jabs will not be rolled out to the under-50s until a greater proportion of the older age group have been jabbed, which at the current rate is expected to be in early 2022. 

It's your patriotic duty, citizens!

The most senior doctor in the NHS has called on Britons to take up the offer of booster jabs to 'help save Christmas'. 

NHS England's national medical director Professor Stephen Powis said getting a booster will 'protect the freedom and Christmas that we have all earned'.

 Since the virus is now endemic, it starts looking as a life-long subscription to boosters at this point.

I especially liked this one:

A recent modelling study calculated that jabbing all 12- to 15-year-olds could prevent tens of thousands of hospital admissions, mainly of older people, saving thousands of lives. If most of this age group remains unvaccinated, however, these benefits will not materialise.

Remember when kids had to be vaccinated against polio to save Grandma? Me neither. Why is nothing said about the vaccine benefits for this specific age group? What about side effects? As a society, we have officially arrived at the point when we are experimenting with the health of our young to extend life of the elderly, most of them severely ill. 

Makes me think of the Bible story about sacrificing your children to Molech, It was to be expected actually, after we allowed sacrificing of the unborn to convenience. 

Western "science" in the current year starts looking downright satanic:

Lawmakers slam Anthony Fauci

Day of reckoning can't be that far away any more. Just don't expect to be raptured out of it, we will all bear the consequences, I'm afraid...

Friday, October 22, 2021

If You Want To Eat Less Meat

 There could be different reasons for it, but most people probably are doing it for their health and not out of any ideological reason. I know it was for me. Money saving factor could also influence some people. 

Anyway, from what I read (correct me if I'm wrong) Americans on average eat much more meat than we do here in Europe, some probably 3 times a day, with every meal.

We usually ate meat once a day in the evening, with dinner, for the rest it was mostly cheese/dairy and eggs, with cold cuts sometimes, so it made the switch much easier for me.

The problem is, you can't just cut a major source of protein out of your diet and expect that nothing bad happens. I guess we all know horror stories about vegans losing their hair and getting quite sick in the process. I'm not a big fan of veganism in general, though some of my readers pointed out the diet worked for them. I guess it could for some people, especially middle aged men with heart and circulation problems.

This has been a subject of many heated discussions, but as somebody pointed out, there exist cultures which have been vegetarian for many generations, but none has been vegan. In my opinion, you should at least eat some dairy and/or may be fish, because we need at least some amount of animal fat (not so much animal protein) in our diet.

Anyway, if you cut out meat you will need to substitute it with something. You could start by eating more chicken and fish. The current guidelines in the Netherlands is to eat fish at least once a week, but the American recommendation is to eat it at least twice and better, 3 times a week. That would give you 3 meatless dinners already. 

Health benefits of fish are well-known, just to add anther one: apparently, researchers in UK found out that women who ate more fish had a delayed menopause, which means that their fertility lasted longer.

If you decide for a more vegetarian approach, you can substitute one meat portion (3-4oz) with 2 eggs or 70g of regular cheese or with higher amounts of low fat cheeses like vegetarian mozzarella (6g fat per 100g) or cottage cheese or skyr. The important thing is to look at protein amounts. Many factory made meat substitutes have very low protein content, which makes them rather inadequate. Cottage cheese, on the other hand contains 26g of protein per 200 g with very low fat content. However, it's also low in zinc.

You should take care to get enough B12 (fish, dairy products, eggs) and zinc, since fish doesn't have much of it, unlike some other sorts of seafood.

I'd also like to say a few words about soy. Soy is a very controversial food, supposedly it lowers testosterone in men and makes them effeminate (some researchers deny it), then there is a discussion whether it's good or bad for breast cancer (inconclusive), some of it is genetically modified and it can also lower your thyroid function. It can also suppress your ovulation and disrupt your cycle, so if you are a woman of child-bearing age, it's probably wise to avoid it, or only consume in small amounts.

Many people switch to (semi) vegetarian diets to prevent heart disease and hypertension, and it's generally recommended that such people follow a low-fat diet. 

This type of diets aren't well-suited for non-menopausal women, unless there are very fat, of course, and need to lose weight. If you are a normal weight and stop eating meat and poultry for whatever reason, you'll need some butter and full fat dairy in your diet, since it's been shown by research that low fat dairy interferes with ovulation (again). That's why so many vegan women become (sub) fertile, they miss animal fat in their diet.

In general, if you are under 30 and normal weight, you can probably eat anything and stay healthy. And women are protected from heart disease generally, as long as they menstruate and don't use the pill (which raises the chance of blood-clotting, btw). After they go into menopause the risk starts increasing and catches up with men at some point. At this age, soy probably won't hurt you any more.

So that are just some tips I've learned. As of now I'm following a pescatarian diet. I'm not losing weight this time as I take care to eat more eggs, butter and fat, and eat fish 3 times a week. I'm not ideological about it, so will probably eat meat in future, in any case with Christmas as I'm not planning to cook 2 Christmas dinners.

And yes, quitting red meat did improve my health in some ways, so that's the reason for it.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

First They Came For Socialists...

Or rather, first it was J.K. Rowling and now it's other feminists' turn. I guess The Handmaid's Tale doesn't cut it in the current year:

Margaret E.Atwood on Twitter

Sunday, October 17, 2021

Naughty Naughty Queen Elisabeth

 No more martinis for Her Majesty


The monarch is rarely seen drinking in public but according to palace sources, just like her son Prince Charles, her alcoholic beverage of choice is often a dry martini.

The 95-year year-old is also believed to enjoy a glass of sweet wine with dinner, while her late cousin Margaret Rhodes once reported she was known to drink a glass of champagne before bed.

'The alcohol has gone, her doctors want to make sure she is as fit and healthy as possible,' a second source was quoted as saying by the magazine. 

Thursday, October 14, 2021

A Happening In Italy?

 Big if true:

Dock workers could be going "indefinitely" on strike to protest covid passport mandates. 

Just for the reference, the importance of Trieste as a port:

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Vampires Among Us

Are we sacrificing our young so that our elderly could feel safer?

This is straight out vampirism...

But then, what else can be expected from a society which defends offering its unborn for personal convenience? 

Monday, October 11, 2021


 Today is Old Michaelmas Day, so it's a reason to celebrate!

The weather is still quite nice, though it's raining now and then, but it does really feel like autumn now.

You can read more about this festival on Wikipedia:


Friday, October 8, 2021

What's Going On?

 The gasoline price recently rose above 2 euro per liter, it had never been so high before. Prices of consumer goods are rising, too. I've heard stories of shortages in other countries, like the USA.

What's going on in the world???

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Corona And Mental Health

 I had a dream tonight. Or, rather a nightmare. In my dream, I wanted some love from my husband and he told me, he told me that the government made a new rule saying that you first must fill in the form and submit it to the public health official, to prevent corona infections. 

I looked at the form and it had 3 pages, the 1st page demanding all your passport information. I said, it was ridiculous, surely it wasn't the government business and what about our right to privacy? But he still insisted on filling it in.

Then I woke up. My husband was just leaving for work and he laughed when I told him. He was against this whole nonsense from the very beginning. I know it all sounds far-fetched and yet, after all we've been through and considering apartheid passports we have now, who knows what the next step will be?

And while all this is being done supposedly to save the elderly, has any "health official" asked himself what is the effect of all this horror propaganda on the old folks' minds? I know many who have locked themselves in their homes from the very beginning.

 They are vaccinated and still afraid, because don't you know, you still can get it? Will it ever be over for them? Someone told me, they will only go out when corona disappears from the whole world. Which basically means never, because the virus is endemic now. 

And, of course, we all know that isolation at this age can lead to dementia rather quickly. how many of those who were balancing on the edge before were pushed over it? And will anyone take responsibility for what was done to these people?

 For any person who is in the same situation  and by any chance reading it, snap out of it now, while it's not too late. Stop feeling yourself a victim.  Don't shut yourself off from friends and family, you need their support. We are all going to die one day, a proverb says that a brave man dies once while a coward dies every day. 

Don't spend the rest of your life in fear, it's not worth it.

Monday, October 4, 2021

Yes, You Can Live On One Income!

 This is a post which I have been planning to write for more than a year, actually right before the whole corona stuff started last spring.

As we all know, the reason many married women work is to pay the mortgage, especially with the modern real estate prices. However, as I have said so many times already, while a big house is certainly a bonus, you don't always need it. And lo and behold, in 2020 IKEA made a catalogue featuring 3 families living in small spaces.

Now I'm not saying that all these were 1 income families (though the folks with many kids probably are), in fact, I don't know anything about them at all, however, this IKEA promo gives you an idea of how you can manage.

Family number one, 3 grown-ups (parents +granny) and 2 kids:

I'm afraid the quality of the pictures isn't great, but if you look closely, you see that the youngest child sleeps together with his parents in the master bedroom:


 while the little girl and her Grandma share a sofa bed:

The next family have 5 kids, with at least 1 teenager:

The living room becomes the master bedroom at night:

Three eldest children sleep in one room (the one on the right below), with the oldest sister sleeping in one corner behind a curtain:


 and a sister and a brother  sharing a bunk bed 

The two youngest ones share the room with 2 beds behind each other:


The third family have the smallest accommodation of all, a house on the ground floor with a tiny back garden:

It has 2 rooms, a living room and a bedroom. The living room also functions as a guestroom for the grandparents as it also has a sofa bed:

The son shares the bedroom with his parents (a small bed in the corner on the floor plan):


Have you noticed anything special about these families? Being of minority origins they apparently don't think they are entitled to a castle...

P.S. I couldn't find any copyright statement and anyway, the catalogue was only valid till 31 July 2020.

Saturday, October 2, 2021

Erasing Women

 Flu And Pregnancy:

Influenza (flu) is more likely to cause severe illness in pregnant people than in people of reproductive age who are not pregnant...

 Flu also may be harmful for a pregnant person’s developing baby...

...the pregnant parent passes antibodies on to the developing baby during pregnancy...

Seriously, WTF??? Is this an example of "science" which we hear so much about? Like biology and reproduction of mammals, that sort of thing?

Note the source of it, and then they are surprised that people aren't taking them seriously on other topics. 

It's just a step above bodies with v8gines, I guess (which could be a female dog or cat, btw, since they also have it), because it at least acknowledges personhood.

I have a message for these "medical professionals", how about you all f888 off and leave WOMEN alone, you disgusting freaks???

Friday, October 1, 2021

Losers Come On Both Sides.

 I have always maintained that femanists and meninists are two sides of the same coin:


I highly recommend the whole series, btw, it's very entertaining.