Curt on Lviv and Immigration

Lviv is everything Paris pretends it is, and wishes it was. Unlike Paris, Lviv is quiet, bespoke, culturally elegant, civil, unpretentious, populated by decent beautiful folk, and free of human parasites.

People cross themselves when they pass the church. Mothers dress as if going to the Opera when merely walking their children for the day.

Men play chess in the central park, rather than demonstrate bravado.

We used to be like this before the massive immigration of the 20th century.

Cultural Diversity is the equivalent of bodily cancer or excess genetic intermixing. Without boundaries neither behavior or genes can calculate success. The result is civil and genetic collapse. And the only solution is tyranny or secession.

Tyranny requires violence against the people and a docile populace. Secession requires violence against the state, and an activist populace.


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  1. Ed K


    It is good to see you and Elmer posting again. You guys
    need to lock Roman in closet with his laptop and make him
    write his memoirs. Take over this forum.

    Also, you and Elmer need to devise plans for keeping Ukrainians
    warm next winter without Natural Gas.

    Get some engineering types to join forum to discuss how to achieve this.

    If you do not do this, no one else will. Stand up and solve big problem.

    “There are two primary choices in life: to accept
    conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility
    for changing them.” – Denis Waitley

    “One of the penalties of not participating
    in politics is that you will be governed by
    your inferiors.” Plato

    “Every person exerts some influence and
    so is to some extent a leader. Every person,
    too, is influenced by many and must, to
    a great extent, be a follower. The leader
    is the person who has followers; a great
    leader has glad and willing followers.
    Leadership is influence, and no person
    is entirely without influence.” H.H. Horne

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