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The only drug I use is music - Revolution

by Marthijn Uittenbogaard


Last week I thought about writing a text about a sort of Dutch alt-right website called GeenStijl. I was angry about the fact that one of its writers thought 15 years in prison was not enough for a Dutch man caught in Cambodia. What did he do, fight a war? No, he photographed boys around the age of twelve in the nude. He was not nude, the boys were. He gave them around one dollar each for posing in front of his camera. The man was the most popular teacher in a school somehere in Holland I read also. I wanted to write about this far right, this extreme inhumanity, et cetera, by a website that is so called liberal in it's views. In it's gay views. Well fifty years ago gays were like the so called pedophiles nowadays. If you are this extreme, then I know this gay tolerance is fake. Usually they use this issue only to bash Muslims though.

Sometimes I write key words, for not to forget some things, before I'm starting to write. Here the words I wrote. I will translate and explain a bit in square brackets.

GeenStijl [The name of the website.]
Homovijandigheid [Gay-hatred.]
Erwin Olaf [A gay man that was bashed by GeenStijl.]
Telegraaf [The largest newspaper in The Netherlands, owner of GeenStijl.]
Zuurheid naar VK en NRC (zuur, negatief, azijnpissers) [They are complaining about other newspapers for the fact that they are so sour. But GeenStijl is the most sour.]
Bom en oorlog verheerlijken [They are always in favor of violence, bombing countries, war.]
Moord en brand bij negatief bericht over henzelf: fascistisch kenmerk [When someone writes negative about them they start to scream, but they themselves do nothing less.]
TPO [Other website, sort of the same public.]
Baron von Gloeden [He was like the man caught recently but famous in the gay movement for his nudity pictures of (street) boys.]
Geloofsregels libertarische site [Someone on a libertarian site, Reason.com, wrote against prison sentences like 200 years in prison for 20 pictures downloaded from the Internet. But is he writing out of humanity or out of his Libertarian religion I wondered.]
COC [Dutch Gay organization]
200 jaar cel & rol FBI [200 years because viewing is the same as 'molesting' while the FBI place child porn on line to catch people. So this reasoning is a lie.]
John de Mol & Mediahuis [Multimillionaire who has radio- and TV stations and wants to buy the Telegraaf also. Almost all of his TV and radio is: fake and trash.]
Pseudonymen [People on GeenStijl write with pseudonyms. But in the end the public knows the real names. If they google, that is.]

We in the West only see the threat of the Islam. But we don't want to look in the mirror. Multimillionaires are ruling everything. How much taxes they pay for instance. They buy our politicians. They buy our news stations. The people see much 'amusement' on television. They don't see critical thinkers, opinion makers. Facts about a lot of issues. Why is this? Well, otherwise the public would revolt. When they know what's going on they immediately would revolt. But people - like sheep - are conformists. They don't like to think for themselves. And in such a condition they even hate people who dare to do so. They want to destroy the free thinkers. The truth sounds radical. The people in power are happy. But in this system where families can't pay the bills anymore, even if both parents are working, even when they don't have kids to feed, then there is something wrong. But how to organize in a society where the government is monitoring everyone and destroying everyone that thinks out of the box? 1984 is here.

It's time that people dare to speak out. Say really what you think. Stop being afraid for the consequences. Be free, at least in your mind and words.

I think an evolution in the right direction is always better then a revolution. But when things get so bad without an inch progress then a revolution is needed.

If you think this text is badly written then know: it's written from the heart. It's my truth, without any lying. That's not my thing.

While writing this I listened to Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel for 10 times in a row.

28 April 2017