Monthly Archives: December 2012

Blogspot vs WordPress vs Google Plus vs VK

Yesterday I downloaded my Blogspot blog and imported it into WordPress, I’ll probably go through all the posts sometime and fix a few things that didn’t properly import.

The main reason for moving to WordPress is because it supports https. Blogspot used to support https but for unknown reasons disabled it. My main worry is that European governments are analyzing unencrypted traffic and creating black lists of people who frequent European Indigenous Rights blogs.

Unlike blogspot WordPress doesn’t have speech codes, but the moderators are very opposed to violence, with the exception of anti-fascists using WordPress to publish pictures and details of Nationalists, some of which have been attacked as a result.

So there’s a chance this blog will be deleted, or is marked as inappropriate and given a tag that prevents it from being indexed by Google.

To counter this I’ll also be creating duplicates of my blog posts on Google+ which has very solid https support. So if you want to stay up to date it’s an option to follow me on Google+.

Angus Thermopylae @ Google+

Facebook and Youtube have been particularly problematic when it comes to the censorship of ultra-nationalists, and people will find themselves walking a thin line to avoid getting banned. Certainly you can reach more people using these sites, but you ultimately end up censoring your message, and sooner or later you still get banned.

I’ve researched the available alternatives and I’ve drawn the conclusion that the best strategy for European Indigenous Rights activists is to migrate to VK, which is a Russian clone of Facebook. As only 5% of the Russian population speaks English it should be fairly easy to fly under the radar, and Nationalism is far more acceptable in Eastern Europe than in Western Europe.

This being the case I suggest an exodus of Nationalists from Facebook to VK, this is not going to be easy as West Europeans are extremely docile and put up with humiliating speech codes that dictate that they quietly accept the genocide that is being prepared for them. So while this might be a futile effort I feel like it’s my duty to give it a try regardless.

VK supports https though you have to explicitly visit the site using https://vk.com. Because it’s a Russian site this means the online community falls outside the Western sphere of influence, including political correctness.

You should edit your VK settings after creating an account and set it to always use encryption. A successful exodus will likely be seen as a clear rejection of Cultural Marxism and Political Correctness, though it will be difficult for many people to give up their subdued existence as second class citizens on Facebook.

I’ve created a VK account, Angus Thermopylae, and people are free to befriend me. I’ve also created a community called The European Underground. I’m not an overly social person, but hopefully some people will join up who are and add some life to the party.

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Breivik International: Dutch and Swedish translations

The Dutch translation team has finished the second part (out of three) of Book 2.

The author of Demokratbloggen has recently released a Swedish translation of Book 3 which I’ve published on the Norwegian Breivik Archive, as Norwegian and Swedish are closely related languages. The archive also contains a Swedish summary of Book 1 and 2 by the same translator.

Updates to the Swedish translation will be published at Demokratbloggen as they become available.

Update on Breivik’s mail situation

Some months ago the media reported that Ila Fengsel had one person working full-time on processing Breivik’s mail. The obvious intend was to create public dismay about Breivik’s fan mail; at the tax payer’s expense. Combined with complaints about letters from Breivik published on the Internet, by yours truly, this resulted in increased restrictions on incoming and outgoing mail as of August 8, 2012.

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Breivik International: Italian, Dutch, and Russian translations

I’ve updated Breivik International with an Italian translation of Commander Breivik’s April 17 court statement.

The Russian translation team has finished a higher quality translation of Book 1.

The Dutch translation team has finished the first part (out of three) of Book 2.

As usual, thanks for the hard work.