[Millennial Woes interviews the very agreeable and lovely voiced, Daughter of Albion. They discuss the mass rape, molestation, of thousands of English girls by Muslims over the decades, the mass invasion of Britain by the Third World, SJWs, feminism and how Whites need to wake up to their ongoing ethnocide.
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Daughter of Albion
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Published on Dec 28, 2019
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Woes: Hello. And welcome back to millennial 2019. I think we have a few nights left. I hope you all had a good Christmas, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year when it comes. I think we’ve got, so this is the 27th and the 28th and the 29th and then one on the 30th. So another 3 nights left and another, let me see now, another 11 streams left. So welcome back, and I am here with Daughter of Albion. Daughter of Albion is, …
Woes: Hello! And I discovered her channel a few months ago. But I think somehow I missed it for the first few months. Why don’t you introduce yourself to people and talk about your channel? Welcome to Millennial!
DAlbion: Oh hi! Well hi folks. It’s really nice of you to have me on. I’m delighted to be here. So, as you say, yeah I started this channel just about two, or three months ago. I think like a lot of people have a growing interest in what you might call demographic replacement and the ongoing disfigurement of Europe and the English-speaking nations.
So I was curious really to see how many people out there had similar opinions, because they’ve been floating around a little bit out there. But I thought maybe I’d just stick my toe in the water and see if I could get a better sense of what the general kind of public consensus was on that.
I mean, I don’t, you know, I’m pretty new to it obviously and I’m discovering channels that have apparently been around for a long time as well that I didn’t know about. I’m ashamed to say I only only recently discovered your channel as well, millennial woes, so. I didn’t realize what a big celebrity you were [laughter].
But yeah, I mean, typically day to day I’m actually a book conservator. So I spend most of my time repairing old, fire damaged, water damaged books and manuscripts. I was a lecturer for about six years before that, teaching English literature and philosophy. Where it’s difficult not to notice the encroaching, or the increasing vitriolic sentiment towards Europe in a way that I hadn’t noticed prior to that. To the point where it’s becoming quite intimidating and very, quite, ugly minded. So that was quite enlightening.
But yeah I decided to make a channel really I suppose just to, … Having seen quite a lot of comments from men on videos more, or less, saying:
“Enjoy what you’ve brought about women!”
Which I totally sympathize with, incidentally. And I sort of worried, well I guess I thought, well maybe women need to try a bit harder to try to rein back in what we’ve destroyed! [laughter] But I mean, I haven’t really made an awful lot on the channel yet. I hope to make a lot more. So I guess it’s very early days in that sense. So I’m just still learning a lot and discovering a lot!
Woes: So when did you first, … People are saying, by the way, that you have a lovely voice! Lots of people in the live chat are saying it’s nice. Someone said:
“All women should, all English women should sound like this girl sounds.”
Woes: And it was something that struck me. Your accent is kind of archaic almost. There’s a certain old-fashionedness to you. You don’t hear many people speaking like you do anymore. It’s a damn shame!
DAlbion: To tell the truth I’m always quite self-conscious of it. I was worried it sounds very affected. I mean, I had a little bit of a stutter as a child. So one of the ways the speech therapists help you to move on from that is to become, to speak a little bit more loftily! So I might do [words unclear], it’s not intentional [laughter].
Woes: No, no no. You don’t need to worry about that at all! So how did you first come to these issues? I mean, for example, mass emigration, demographic replacement, Islam? Were you first worried about Islam, or was it mass immigration in total that concerned in the first place?
DAlbion: It was I would say, probably like a lot of people, Islam. It’s very difficult not to notice, you know the rapid Islamization of the continent. And others things ongoing over a decade now. I think for me probably after the Charlie Hebdo shootings. It wasn’t even the shootings themselves which, of course, were really dreadful, but with the sort of response from the radical, immigrationist Left, was one that was so peculiar to me. Because there was almost the suggestion:
“Well, they brought it on themselves!”
You know, the idea that well, if you play with fire don’t be surprised if you get your fingers burned. That was pretty much the first time I felt very intimidated by what I was seeing. I started to notice that there was almost this kind of rabid neurosis on the Left.
Woes: Were you involved in academia at this point?
DAlbion: Yeah, …
Woes: That is an interesting thing in itself. So you talk about that experience.
DAlbion: Yeah, I mean, just very innocuous, as I say, teaching English literature. I actually really enjoyed my job, and I always found the new students that came in, very bright, nice, young things. It tends to be more the post graduates who are a little bit of their rockers! Yeah I mean, a very vicious streak of anti-White sentiment that’s very kind of racially conscious.
You know, universities have always been fairly left-wing, which I never necessarily minded. But I would say from when I started there was a very notable shift in around 2013, when you had the sort of introduction of the “safe spaces” and whatnot. I mean, they feel like very old talking points now! But it did really strike me as quite a neurosis.
I remember a couple of years back, Charles Murray was speaking somewhere in America and he ended up leaving. And the lady teacher he was there with, left in a neck brace, because how these students were attacking them. And just language that I would say is quite intimately bound to the language of genocide. I mean, the idea of annihilating “Whiteness”. I mean, I tend to I tend to think when a people start to view your ethnic breed as a disease, something’s probably not quite right.
Woes: Sorry could you repeat what you just said there at the very end.
DAlbion: Um, I don’t know. I think I said when people start to refer to your ethnic creeper a venereal disease yeah, you know, something’s not quite right! A disease to be inoculated against!
Woes: Oh yes! That does, at this point, I think it’s simple, open anti-White racism! If what’s going on no does not qualify as racism, then I’m just baffled! I mean, unless we’re gonna be open about this and say that the very concept of racism was basically invented itself as an anti-White instrument! I think it was something that was created in order to shame and suppress, well European, and American, and Canadian people, when they objected the mass emigration from the Third World.
DAlbion: Oh, absolutely! I mean, most countries in the world consider their ethnic homogeneity to be the most valuable asset! So I suppose racism is a very clever weapon with which to disenfranchise of what is quite natural, through use of shame and guilt, I suppose. Yes, it’s very pernicious! And very obvious, very open as well!
Woes: Yes. I mean, I think in the 90s, and then even the 2000s, it was MUCH more subtle than it is now. I mean, as you say other people have mentioned this sort of threshold point as 2013, 2012-2013, as this point after which everything just went crazy! And I think the main, or one of the main aspects of that is the obviousness of the anti-White animus! I think prior to that it was not, certainly it was there, but it was clouded in a certain degree of academic qualifications. Now it’s just right out in the open! It’s straightforward! White people are bad! They create bad cultures, their countries are bad, their economic systems are bad, their histories are bad! And it’s something innate to well, they’re being, their White existence.
DAlbion: Right. I mean, I’ve even heard them put it in the language of:
“Its in our DNA.”
Which, of course, I think always gets alarm bells ringing, because you think well, I suppose the only way when they talk about, you know, deconstructing Whiteness, I suppose really what they mean is eradicating it! That is something that’s intimately bound to your DNA, then what else does “eradication” mean? And there’s a very noticeable kind of pleasure, or delight, in a lot of these people who seem to take great, just very observable glee in seeing our demographic replacement! It’s quite sickening! And quite frightening and very intimidating, I find it. Yeah.
Woes: It is for a lots of people. I think when people first realize this it’s like:
“Oh my god! Somebody actually wants me gone!”
Woes: It’s very frightening, very frightening notion. It’s like it doesn’t matter what I do, doesn’t matter how good a person I am, how hard I try, how much I give to charity, and help than the needy, and so on, the very fact of my DNA means that there are forces ranged against me.
DAlbion: Well, of course, because if it’s innate, there’s really nothing that you can do about that! That there’s no amount of penitence, there can be no kind of atonement, I suppose. It’s just something that is going to have to be ultimately wiped out! And some of these academics are lunatics! And they will just say as much.
And I remember, I think it was only about six months ago in the Australian Senate. There was a motion put forward that “It was its okay to be White”, and they voted it down! I don’t know if you saw that, but I just found it amazing that it was it now in politics and they actually had the gall to vote it down! I couldn’t believe that.
Woes: Yeah, you’d think that that would be an opportunity for them to sort of absorb that meme and, …
Woes: What’s the word? And neutralize it. But instead, … Because they could have said:
“Yes, of course, it’s okay to be White! So yes, we’re going to vote it’s okay to be White.”
But instead they rejected it. Which means that, … I mean, I understand what they would say as well. It’s, because it’s a racist meme, it is anti-black, anti-brown, so we’re going to reject the meme. But they are actually also rejecting the wording, the sentiment, that it’s okay to be White.
Woes: And you see this all the time. It builds on itself all the time! One thing leads to another. And, you know, stuff that as I say ten years ago I think simply could not have been said publicly, is now said publicly. I mean, John Snow on Channel four saying “I’ve never”, … What was it:
“I’ve never seen so many White people in one place!”
DAlbion: Yeah! He sounded disgusted as well, didn’t he?
Woes: Yes. Or he was trying to. I mean, it’s pathetic, because he was obviously along with something that he thought was fashionable, and which is fashionable. But ten years ago it would have been thinkable for a British TV presenter to say something like! I wouldn’t even have occurred to them to say something like that! Whereas now, yeah, so go on, …
DAlbion: Well, it’s also the fact that it’s almost become a novelty, or an oddity, or a curiosity, to see White people together without this, well, multiracialism. That, that is now considered quite unusual to see blocks of White people that are homogeneous. I think that’s quite an interesting thing about what you said really. Yes, I think it was intentional.
Woes: Like as if it’s something bad. This is again this notion of “White people are a danger” and “the more of them that there are in any one place, the more dangerous it is”. But this is utterly insane! Because there is no justification for saying this! It’s completely been manufactured from nothing! And it is a fictitious thing. But, of course, it rests on the idea that we have been historically cruel towards other peoples. But again if you look at the history even that is obviously an outrageous lie! It’s really incredible how much this has been twisted. But anyway, I’m talking too much, this is your, …
DAlbion: No, no no! I want to hear what you to say, of course.
Woes: Well, and I’ve talked about this a lot on my channel. Not so much nowadays because, you know, the climate is so much more dangerous now on YouTube, if you want to keep what you’ve built. But certainly in my first two, three, four years this was one of my main topics. The attack on White people. Individually, but more so, collectively as a group. So it’s something that astonished me! When I realized what was actually going on, I think was probably about 2012. But then it became much more obvious to me, around about 2014. When I realized:
“Okay this is not, none of this is accidental. This is not just a fad, a fashion. This is an a conscious attack! And we are being subverted!”
And well, yeah, that the goal I think is to destroy us! If not to destroy us completely and make us extinct, it is to have us a severe minority in every country so that we can have no power at all!
DAlbion: Yeah. There was absolutely no doubt about that! I’m surprised that I still meet people who seem to think that that is an excessive, or hysterical thing to say. But I mean, I did if you remember Barbara Roche, she was one of Tony Blair’s immigration ministers.
DAlbion: She herself said multiculturalism, she wanted to see it introduced, because of “too many White men”. So there was a very racially conscious grievance she had. I mean, I know it was at Lord Mandelson who said that they had gone abroad deliberately to look for people to bring here to diversify us! I mean, people often forget, diversity, in its method, is a verb really, it’s an act of social remodeling, which makes it social engineering, really. It’s a form of “racial hygiene”, really.
Woes: They often talk about this as something, it’s just an organic, natural, process that cannot be stopped. And first, it can be stopped! And second it’s not a natural, organic, process anyway! It’s something that’s definitely being made to happen.
DAlbion: Well absolutely! And especially, I mean, in a way in Europe we have it slightly, I don’t mean to say “better”, but compared to, I think, Australia and Canada actually have legal, … Multiculturalism is legally implemented so there are targets and quotas, whereby they are compelled as a nation to forcibly remodel society. I mean, we have that here too, of course. But I think that it was Trudeau senior who had called it, I think he had said it was something like “an experiment of major proportions”. Yes, he called it an “experiment”. So it is a kind of, it’s a form of social engineering. Which I mean, …
Woes: If it were an experiment, it may be naive politicians thought that it was an experiment at the time, when it started in the 40s and 50s. But it’s not an experiment now! I mean, you don’t “experiment” on your entire civilization and leave no area, no country, no town, unaffected. If you’re doing an experiment then obviously you’re aware that it could go get dreadfully wrong, so you leave some, most of your areas, unaffected by it. So no, this is not an experiment anymore. It stopped being an experiment decades and decades ago!
DAlbion: Yeah it’s a concentrated campaign I would say. I mean, there was an article in The New York Times a couple of months back on New Hampshire, the state. And it was something like:
“New Hampshire is 94% White. How do you diversify a whole state?”
And I thought it was a really interesting little microcosm of an example of what’s happening to us on a wider scale. If people are interested I think there’s a little clip of Tucker Carlson talking about it. You should look up, because there’s nothing wrong with the state. It looks very beautiful, he was talking about how the schools do very well. There’s very low criminality. People all seem to work. Very safe despite most people having firearms. And it’s interesting, you know how do you diversify that? It reminds me of the language of the forced collectivization! Very odd.
Woes: There’s no question of “should we diversify the State?”. It’s assumed that, of course, everywhere has to be diversified eventually, sooner, or later. The sooner the better! And everywhere at once ideally! So here’s some place that somehow escaped mass diversification so far, so how do we “solve” this “problem” as quickly as possible? This is the mentality!
There is no question of White people having a place of their own and therefore remaining White, remaining what they are! That possibility is not only not tolerated, it is reviled! And indeed even the person who voices the idea is reviled! I mean, you can get your life utterly wrecked just for saying:
“Well maybe White people should be enabled to stay White?”
DAlbion: Yeah that’s right. I mean, I don’t know if you’ve noticed but it seems that there are people from the Congo being moved into places like Maine and whatnot. They’ve obviously been flown in by whomever, I’m not sure entirely. But, of course, yeah other people in the nation, the first significant part of what you share is your territory. You know, a place that is “ours”, as a kind of first-person plural.
And I mean, I that’s why I think that the name of Laura Towler’s documentary is so good, because it’s just correct. You know, “We Were Never Asked”. And that there’s a kind of chauvinism to this. I mean, there was a time they’d call this a kind of cultural imperialism, because we used to talk about Europeans having this civilizing mission.
I mean, this now is the kind of a mission to “enrich” Europeans! It’s the same kind of mentality, really. And I think we ought to start treating it that way. And they used to talk about the “Scramble for Africa” but now it’s like the “Scramble for Europe”! The difference being that we’ve already got a settled civilization, that they’re scrambling for! So, it’s very, very threatening
Woes: Yeah, it is. I mean, these are pretty hardcore things that we’re talking about. Are you worried? I’m interested in, because a lot of people will say that they would like to start a channel, or talk about this publicly, but they’re scared to. Have you ever, I mean, did you have any doubts about starting a channel?
DAlbion: Oh yeah! I mean, only in that I didn’t necessarily think I could maybe deliver anything interesting to talk about. I mean, but as for what’s happening to the country, I see it as so urgent and so distressing that it frightens me so much! I don’t see how people can’t talk about it.
It is true that there are some very, … There is a campaign also of slander and repression against the people who wish to speak about it. But, that to me implies that you’re hitting, you’re stumbling across a raw nerve. That these people know they’re doing something wrong!
So yeah. I mean, yeah, I don’t know how to articulate it, but I am actually not worried about talking about it, because I wouldn’t say that it’s too strong to suggest what this is some kind of ethnocide that we’re experiencing! And that’s so severe, and so serious, that, yeah, we just have to. I don’t know, maybe I’ve listened to so many podcasts and things now, that you sort of forget that maybe people, this sounds maybe a bit intense to other people. Kind of get conditioned to listening to more hardcore things. [laughter]
But, I think that you’ve just got to, as Shakespeare said, you got to screw your courage to the sticking point and just go for it! Because so many people are thinking the same, and what’s happening is its a real tragedy! We didn’t have much time left, either.
Woes: Yes indeed! One thing that does amaze me and perhaps I’d like your thoughts on this, is the fact that so many people are not aware of this fact. That this is the reality of the situation. What do you think, I mean, if you’re talking about just the average Brit today, what do you think are the average Brits thoughts on immigration? Do you think that they actually understand what’s going to happen? Like the way this is going to play, what it’s going to result in? Or are they just burying their heads in the sand, or what?
DAlbion: I really don’t know! Because I look around and I think how can you not know? I mean, we have these radical clerics who are on TV openly saying:
“Yeah, we’re looking forward to out-breeding you!”
And I hear that and I just think:
“Oh my god! Get this man out of the country!”
People must see what’s happening! Because Britain has always voted against immigration. It’s been one of those topics that’s been on the forefront of conversations. You know, you look at old episodes of Question Time [BBC program] from, you know, more than a decade ago. There’s always been such a great deal of consternation. But I’m not sure people realize actually that the numbers are set.
The numbers seem to be, the die has been cast if you like. There is actually no, there’s no stopping now! That there’s a strong possibility we will become a Muslim majority country. The numbers are kind of there. I don’t think people realize that! That it’s actually going to now take immediate reversal. There will be no intervention now. I don’t think people know that’s how far it’s gone! No I don’t think they do. And that could make a big difference, if they did, just quite simply know that basic information
Woes: Well this was part of the “We Were Never Asked” thing. It was to introduce people to that fact, that we are going to be, that is on the cards, if trends continue as they are, we are going to be a minority in Britain by, I think, 2066. So I think a lot of people probably didn’t, … When the people questioned who were told that, that might well have been the first time they actually heard that incredible cold reality!
DAlbion: Yeah. Well I know that I was listening to Laura speak about it on Mark Collett’s show, and she was saying that a number of people had, … Maybe one gentleman had gone away and thought about it and come back and couldn’t quite grasp that that was the reality! And there was very interesting reactions. I mean, when the penny drop for me I was freaking out! This has been something that plays on my mind a lot. I mean, it keeps me awake at night! [laughter] I don’t know how people can’t be terrified about this, because the implications are so huge!
And it’s not even about replacement, it’s also the possibility of a major ethnic, or civil, war! Even a “holy war”, I don’t know! So I think that’s why it was such a good idea of them to make that documentary and maybe look at doing more of that. Because, yeah sometimes it’s just knowing the numbers. That was a huge White pill for me, just knowing that’s what’s coming in our future!
Woes: Yes. I think in the past, I mean, obviously from the World War Two onwards, there was, and even before that, there have been nationalist movements in Britain talking about mass emigration. Mass emigration started with the Empire Windrush, I think in 1948. In the 50s there were Indians, and so on, and race riots with black people, and so on. So there was always this awareness that mass emigration, … I mean, it was much less “mass” in those days.
Nowadays it really is, the numbers huge, the numbers are huge now! But the point is that I think awareness of it for some reasons seem to be confined to a few upper-class people, and a few middle class people, but mostly working-class people. Perhaps, because it was their communities that were being affected first, earliest, by this change. I think something that seems to be happening now, in the last five to ten years, ten years let’s say, is that there has been a transformation so that now a lot of middle-class and upper-class people, especially middle-class people, are now discovering this.
And that changes everything. And it makes the job of our enemies much more difficult! Because they can no longer say that these views and these concerns are the preserve of uneducated, less intelligent, people. They now have to contend with the reality of it well, for example, the people like you and me are having a conversation about these issues in public. And they cannot say that we are the stereotype of the ignorant, chavvie, sort of underclass, which is what they would love to do!
Because there is, I mean, there still is a lot of snobbery in Britain so people don’t want to be associated with, … I mean, this is one of the tricks you’ll have seen, this and many other things, I’m sure in academia. Where one of the, what would it be, not concern trolling, but one of the tricks they use is to say:
“Educated people have this view, and intelligent people have this view. So you must have that view as well, right, because you’re an intelligent. Oh you don’t? Have these views that all these intelligent people have? Well then what does that say about you?”
Is that gas-lighting? I don’t quite know what the word is for this, but it’s manipulating people into going along with something, because if they don’t go along with it, that means there’s they’re stupid, basically!
DAlbion: Oh yeah, absolutely! You know, I’ve noticed they even do this about these horrible “grooming” gangs. Often they refer to the girls as being from broken homes, the element there is if the suggestion is that they’re kind of maybe unsympathetic victims. No I mean, I’m not suggesting, I think some of the girls were from maybe from children’s homes, or I don’t know what you call them, orphanages, or whatnot.
But actually, a lot of stories I’ve heard of are there with families who have very concerned about them, who they get these girls, of course, these groomers, addicted to heroin. So that they’re tearing the hair out to get out the house, the families can’t stop them. And that there is an element of that there, yes, of course.
Immigration it affects, I mean, Savile Town in North Yorkshire. But I was reading about that and that’s been basically entirely replaced with very, very hardcore, I think it’s Deobandi sect Islamists. I was reading about a story about a woman, she was the last one. The last one in the town but she didn’t want to move. She was basically being dispossessed of her own territory by being bullied out by these Muslims.
And yeah that isn’t something, I mean, I’m from more of a middle-class family. But to be honest, I mean, even my dad’s the kind of, you know, guy who kind of sits and grumbles with the newspaper, the Sunday Times, you know, reading about immigration, hates Tony Blair. I think a lot of people have made just it stick for a long time, but you are right in saying that there is this tendency to make certain demographics, is that the right, whatever. There’s a very class thing, into unsympathetic victims as if to say well these are the kind of salt-of-the-earth types, but they’re a bit more, you know, sorry but less tolerant.
But I mean, you show me a guy who’s been down the mines will day, I don’t know if people are still miners? I don’t think so. [laughter] But a modern day equivalent. He’s not going to be one for talking about you need for the progressive [word unclear] or, you know, I don’t want to talk about that either! [laughter]
Woes: These are brainwashing methods taught to and enjoyed by middle-class, you know, idiots at University. But I mean, in reference to the grooming, a lot of the girls as I, … It’s a while since I read the Rotherham Report, and I’m sure that there are probably more up-to-date research, more comprehensive research since then. That was August 2014. But I do recall that a percentage off them we’re from, probably called children’s homes.
DAlbion: Yeah like Official Services, …
Woes: Yes. But a lot of them aren’t! But the thing is even the ones who are, I mean, surely we’re not gonna say:
“[words unclear] we’re just gonna leave them to it.”
I mean, that’s an absolutely demonic thing to say!:
“This is how they live, this is what’s gonna happen.”
I mean, we can’t just leave them to this fate! And another thing they’ll say as well, and this is disgusting. I’ve seen Lily Allen say this, …
DAlbion: Oh yeah, she does!
“If it weren’t the Pakistanis, Muslims whatever doing this then it would be White men doing it!”
Look! That is outrageous! I mean no, because it’s not happening! White men are not doing this, demonstrably so! She says, … It’s simply a lie to say that the ethnicity is not important here. The religion is not important to you. Clearly it is. I don’t know how exactly, and we might be careful about what we say there in this regard, but clearly there is a connection! And I think, at this point, that seems to have been conceded by the mainstream media. That we have to admit that there is some connection otherwise it wouldn’t be these guys doing it so much
DAlbion: Well it’s a recurrent feature, isn’t it? And it’s not just in the northeast. These gangs, I mean, that this is another thing they don’t even mention, that these gangs are in and there have been prosecutions in Exeter, and Plymouth, in Bristol, Oxford. They seem to be in Finland, as well as the Netherlands.
I mean, it’s obvious like an agreed upon, I didn’t know you hear about kind of rape that happens in wartime. It’s like a kind of form of warfare almost, biological warfare. I don’t know.
Woes: I think more than anything it’s psychological warfare. To the extent that the Pakistanis, the Muslims have any intent at all beyond base pleasure. Is I’m not sure that they do. I don’t think it’s necessarily “jihad”. I think that it’s more just ethnic domination. I think it’s if it’s even that, but whatever their motivations it doesn’t really matter!
I mean, the fact is they’re doing this, they’re still treating White girls like, well like “meat”. And someone’s saying it’s a “rape jihad”. That’s our sort of cliche phrase. I’m not sure that it is. I mean, we have to guess at their motivations, and I mean, I’m not going to do that on a live stream. I don’t know what the reasoning is.
One thing I read which was really disgusting, was that White girls were used as a “sweetener for business deals”. Like two men would be doing a deal and one of them would throw in a night with a White girl at 13 years old
Woes: And I mean, it’s unbelievable! If you were to say, if you were to go back in time and say to the men of Rotherham 100 years ago:
“Your great-granddaughter will be used to sweeten a business deal. She’ll be 13, and she’ll be used as a sweetener in a business deal between two brown men in this town.”
Those White working-class men of 100 years ago would find that such a nightmarish notion that they simply would not believe that it would even be possible! I mean, it would be so outside the realms of what they knew. I mean, that’s an indication, an illustration, of how much our society has transformed in the last hundred years!
DAlbion: I mean, I don’t even know if people now really believe the scale of it. I still meet a lot of people who are just in total denial about that. Either, because it’s embarrassing and humiliating for them. Because I suppose, there is a kind of tacit admission there that they realize that they actually have a minor role of responsibility in encouraging mass emigration and diversity! But you’re right. I mean, that’s absolutely repulsive! A “sweetener”! There seemed to be this penchant for White girls that is just, … Oh, it makes your skin crawl!
I mean, it’s actually in many ways it’s almost like it’s a kind of, it is a campaign against a targeted population group, isn’t it? And I think there’s an element of humiliation and shame that it leaves on the wider society, as well.
Woes: I think that’s a really a way of emasculating White men, apart from anything else. This has been done to our girls, this has been done to our sisters, our daughters, our nieces, our ex-girlfriends, or even our current girlfriends! And so all of these White men and boys are humiliated by this!
Because, I mean, this is the problem, they, in a more let’s say direct society, there would be a very, very direct response to this by the White men. In our society they know that the entire social apparatus is stacked against them! And if they try to do anything, the law will come down on them! I mean, this is demonstrably true.
One of the horror stories about from Rotherham, is that the father who tried to rescue his daughter from a house full of Pakistani Muslims who were going to rape her. And they called the police and he got arrested! I mean, I can’t imagine anything worse than that!
DAlbion: Well I remember, I think part of his story, he says is that he could hear them laughing inside. Which was just heartbreaking. And they had spent the whole night out there looking for him. So there is an element of, … Yeah because, of course, it’s something we find very disgusting, but it I guess the suggestion is:
“Well, men in your society can’t look after their girls, they can’t protect them.”
But, of course, nobody expects their child to be snatched, addicted to heroin, and the police just totally unwilling to do anything about it. It’s such an absurd, it’s almost like a pantomime! But yes it does seem to be something that’s very emasculating.
These men seem to be very, … Especially when you see images, video, of a lot of African men crossing the border with their T-shirts off, just like oozing testosterone in a very threatening way! And then of course, when you look at pictures maybe of men in the pride parades wearing dresses and things. It’s such a peculiar, …
It’s not just men as well, I think there’s a feeling that mothers feel that they’ve let their two children down, because they can’t necessarily protect them. And it makes you feel very helpless, I think. A real feeling of helplessness and that really knocks the morale I think of the nation and it’s people.
Woes: It does! I think it has a quite wide psychological effect on anyone who thinks about this stuff! I mean, a lot of people, as I said, earlier, I think they just don’t think about it. It’s just something that they’ve heard about, but they’ve not looked into it and they don’t want to hear about it, because they know instinctively that if they did, you know, learn about this, it would be something depressing.
And it may even make them a social pariahs if they were to start caring about it. This is a massive problem still now! As I said, earlier, talking about this, when you can risk getting your life ruined. And I think this is why there needs to be solidarity between us, basically
DAlbion: Yeah. I mean, idea that that you could become a pariah for being concerned about mass rape, yeah. I suppose you just, I think instinctively if we know the difference between right and wrong, and I think we all know this is very, very wrong! But it can be very confusing as well when those around you are so convinced of the alternative.
And it’s very difficult when it’s people close to you, friends and family. Because you want their sort of social approval. But I just think that this is now, this crisis is too monstrous to continue the facade! It’s just too disgusting and disturbing! And I guess you have to have a little bit of backbone really, don’t you?
Woes: Sorry! Yes. I was just dealing with something in the chat. Yes, I think that, … The live chat is another thing that goes on, it’s something I’ve got to keep aware off. But yes, I think that it is very disturbing. I think it’s essential that there’s some kind of support network, because, and there is, I mean, there is already in this country. Because when I started, there really wasn’t much going on. There wasn’t a sort of community in Britain. More so in America there was, but not so much here, at all. And so thank God it now exists! Because as I said, we are vulnerable to our lives being ruined in various ways
DAlbion: I mean, so when did you start making videos? Because it seems that you’ve been doing this very longer than any other YouTuber I can think of I mean been talking about these very difficult things.
Woes: Well, 2014 was when I started.
DAlbion: Yeah, that must been really difficult to be one of the first I think to break that ice.
Woes: Yeah, well, not so much, no not so much actually. Because (a) I didn’t have anything to lose. I didn’t have a life, really
Woes: And also the climate on YouTube was much less censorious then, as now. So there wasn’t, and I mean, I think I’ve always managed to steer clear of hate speech laws. But I have never heard from the police! I’ve never been contacted by the police about my channel. So even when I was doxxed, I don’t know if you know, about that history.
Woes: But I was in the newspapers
DAlbion: Oh no.
Woes: In early 2007.
Woes: Yeah. But really, …
DAlbion: Poor thing!
Woes: Yeah, thank you. But even then the police didn’t contact me. So I think somehow I’m not, … I think I managed to talk about this in a way that does not fall fail of the hate speech laws. But it’s a damn difficult thing to do! Because when you’re talking about child grooming, I mean, how do you talk about that without I mean, it is very difficult to talk about it without causing people to have negative feelings about the men who are doing it. Let’s put it that way.
DAlbion: Well, of course, it does! Yeah. But I think we have to try to overcome this tendency to always put the concern of protecting these men first, which is just something that seemed to have been ingrained in our society. I mean, you seem to have been very successful at that.
They need the glare of the spotlight really, to ever hope to atone for what’s going on here. And yeah, I’m not really bothered what happens to these rapists! I can’t probably say too much more than that. But I think it’s obvious what we all feel about it
Woes: Yeah. I mean, obviously they should feel the full force of the law. I mean, well, let’s be careful.
Woes: I just think that justice should be done here.
DAlbion: It’s not too much to ask is it?
Woes: Yeah, exactly. And because I want Millennial to be fairly White-pilling let’s move on from this topic. Not, because I don’t care about it, obviously
DAlbion: Of course.
Woes: I do care very much about it. But I think that it would be worth saying that there is a movement growing up, much more sophisticated nationalism. And this is something that I have noticed and they are very worried about it. Would you, what would you have to say about this?
DAlbion: I’ve definitely noticed that there’s a lot more available in terms of, I mean, I don’t want to say kind of “intellectual contribution”, because that makes it sound as though that everything that was available before wasn’t intellectual! That’s not true. But I mean, just so many books now that I find dealing with this subject. And it’s not even a question of immigration. It’s just more focus on identity, territory, borders and customs, what it means to be a nationalist.
I mean, for instance, the Sierra of red [?], there’s a very interesting study by a gentleman called Ricardo Duchesne who’s done a bit called. I think it’s called the “Ethnocide of Euro-Canadia”. Also Guillaume Faye books are very good say “The Colonisation of Europe”. And these are all very sophisticated works. I mean, Renaud Camus, obviously, books deal with a lot of metaphysics and phenomenology about questions about authenticity. And I think you’re right in saying that the concerns are much less. When I say “primitive” I don’t mean that in, to suggest these concerns, …
DAlbion: Yes! Yes. Exactly! Because the concerns we have they do you demand a level of intelligent reflection. Because they interfere with our understandings of the social contract and civic life as we thus far mean it. We need to think about how this is going to alter that. These are very serious, you know, metaphysical changes that I think, you know, … The thing about the social contract is that it has to be consensual. And, of course, at present it is very much not.
So I think you’re right there is a great deal more sophistication I’ve noticed in a way that people have these debates. I mean, I was amazed by how many podcasts there are out there now, and channels of people really talking about it. And even what they call the Zoomer generation. I’m always very impressed by, and I don’t want to be a femoid and get in the business of “man chat”, but I really like Nick Fuentes, because I think he’s just the kind of the bright, smart, quite sharp young men. It’s quite nice to see that. It’s a new generation of nationally conscious people seem to be coming through, in a way that it’s becoming much more fashionable in a way. That it’s making it easier I suppose to talk about. And it all seems a lot more positive, yeah!
Woes: Oh, indeed! I think the matter of it being fashionable, that sounds shallow almost, but it isn’t, because, I mean, I’m just conscious of what some people may say about that. And the fact is that it should be fashionable to care about your people and your country. I mean, if anything surely that’s a great great thing for it to be fashionable! [laughter]
So and I think you’re right people do — and this is what I was alluding to earlier — I think it’s no longer something that, we’re approaching a point where it’s no longer something that will lose you all your friends. All your normal, everyday, well-balanced, friends. I think that the awareness of this is now such that a lot of perfectly ordinary people are realizing:
“Okay, that this is a problem.”
Do you have anything to say about your own experience with that? I mean, do you talk to your real-life friends about this stuff?
DAlbion: Oh yeah! I mean, I’ve been lucky enough to have friends that I’ve met, really read these ideas. I must admit, I think like most people, I’ve probably lost a couple of, quite a good number of, very good friends. Who found these sorts of topics very difficult to cope with. I mean, I have to remind myself sometimes that people I know are stuck even now at the level of — when I say the level, I don’t mean the things that I’ve progressed at some kind of elitist sense — just more different perspectives, I suppose. I know a lot of people who still think that there’s a gender wage gap, for instance.
Woes: [laughter] so they are at that level! I know exactly what you mean.
DAlbion: When I say “level”, again I don’t mean to suggest that I’ve kind of elevated it to some lofty transcendental heights! I just mean just different head spaces, you know!
Woes: I get it. [laughter]
DAlbion: So if you want to come out then with the “Great Replacement”, then you should be:
“Oh my good lord!”
It’s really a good to crack! But yeah, it’s important also to have friendships that aren’t just about politics. I think if you’re generally kind of an all right person otherwise. The thing is, I put up with a little lefty bullshit! [laughter] I guess it should be a two-way system. But yes, I’ve definitely lost quite some good friends over it. Because I think I just can’t bite my tongue on this anymore. And I hear about, just look at London! Well I mean, I know you’re fond of London, and so am I, but just broad areas are so, …
Woes: Oh, it’s undeniable, it’s been completely transformed! I mean, look, I’m not gonna say that London is great, but I just don’t go along with the idea that it’s a hellhole, and there’s nothing nice about it.
DAlbion: I agree.
Woes: But I enjoy London. And I enjoy being there. And I think that people should lay off it a bit. However, it is undeniable that it has transformed out of recognition, over the last 30 years. I mean, an interesting thing is that Only Fools and Horses, which is often voted the most popular sitcom ever in British TV history — it stopped about 10 years ago. But it started in I think 1981. And it’s set in a part of London called Peckham
DAlbion: That is right.
Woes: And that was a working-class cockney fight area. And now it’s just, it’s utterly transformed out of recognition! And the community that existed there has been completely supplanted and replaced by ethnic minorities! And that’s the same story really all over London! No, maybe West London, Richmond’s, Teddington, that kind of area is still largely as it always has been for the last hundred years.
But really anywhere vaguely working-class, and middle-class, is its gone! In the sense that it’s, well at least in the sense that it’s transformed demographically, out of recognition. So that is a reality. And I’m not gonna deny that for a second. I’m just saying that the city still has a lot to offer. But, this is where you see, … Someone has said [in chat] that:
“The Cockney has gone the way if the dodo!”
Yes, I know that they migrated first to Essex and then further afield. I can’t remember what it’s called. But anyway. Yes it’s true! But this is the kind of thing that I think it surely is undeniable to vast numbers of people what has happened. Now and I suppose the “cope” that they’ll come up with is to say:
“Well, yeah, but it’s just big cities.”
But even that is no longer really true, because, you know, there are small towns all over the country now. Especially and you’ve alluded to it yourself with the ex-industrial, previously working-class towns in the north, which are now very largely Muslim. So it’s happening everywhere! And yeah, is there anything you want to say?
DAlbion: Well, just as you said, yeah it is happening everywhere. We’re sad when you mention Peckham, because, of course, that holds a great deal of affection I think in the hearts and minds of a lot of British people. And I don’t know, it’s hard to, you do wonder whether, or not all these new incomers would have any real sort of sense of whether living, as being Peckham, of, you know, del Bullion Trotter’s independent trading. I really don’t know if they do. Maybe they do.
But I mean, I was watching the Christmas carols over the past few days and I just had this real pang of sentimentality about London, the kind of Dickensian London. And it did get me thinking, just as you said, that I hate the idea of writing off London really. Because, after all, it’s our London and all the little fabulous landmarks are still there, you know. St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Bridge, for better, or worse.
But yeah, as you say, over when I hear that cockney accent, I get a real pang of affection and sentimentality. Because that to me is so iconic. And it’s also when you ask anyone around the world the kind of quintessential idea of the Englishman, they immediately will see this affected cockney accent. Which is quite funny to me
Woes: Or a very poor English accent [laughter] a man in a bowler hat, and so on. Which again, is also gone. I mean, this was something that I noted on your channel. There did seem to be as much as a concern about demographics but also seemed to be a concern for social decline, cultural decline. Would you like to talk about that, even though it’s not exactly quite pilling? Gone on.
DAlbion: Oh, I suppose it isn’t White-pilling! Well I suppose, you know, I guess the essential thing about nations is that, because they sort of grow from below, you know, it’s the habits of free association among neighbors. And those always resulted in these lovely ingrained customs.
And I mean, you mentioned the bowler hat. It was funny, I live in a city where, or in a town, where students were just — around September time — returning. And I guess they were having some kind of freshers week, you know, of whatever they do. And it was obviously a fancy dress evening. I noticed ordered a lot of these Chinese students were walking to this, what was obviously a fancy dress evening, because some of them were wearing, … The theme was obviously “nations of the world”, so some had on these Breton striped T-shirt and berets, carrying a French stick, to be French.
And I noticed all the ones I could tell where English, they’d obviously gone out and the first thing they thought to buy was an umbrella to put under their arm, and a little, like a bowler hat, or a top hat. Maybe like a little pocket watch sewed on to their blazer.
And I just thought it was interesting how those little iconic symbols, even though that, I mean I’ve never really seen them in my time, only ever on old-fashioned television films, or whatever. That quintessence, or Englishness, has very much penetrated the world over. Nobody, when they think to dress as the English, is wearing, thankfully. Was get rolling out their prayer mat and putting it down toward Mecca! Not yet anyway! [laughter]
Woes: Maybe fairly soon, that might be a representation
DAlbion: It could well be!
Woes: The thing is you and I can say this and sort of joke about how ridiculous that would be. In but this what gets me, I mean, do a lot of people think:
“Oh, what would be wrong with that?”
“Oh, what’s the problem with that? Yeah, what’s the issue with that?”
I mean, it was like that lady said in the interview with the Dalai Lama, that BBC woman. She said:
“What would be wrong if Europe became Africa?”
Woes: Well I mean, first of all I know that I shouldn’t, …
DAlbion: Be careful!
Woes: I was gonna say, first of all there yeah that wouldn’t, yeah, I can’t even say that [laughter] we’ve got to be so careful. But yes, someone said there may be “bowler turbans” in the future! [laughter]
DAlbion: Kind of funky!
Woes: But yeah, how is this not, how does this not obviously strike people and it, especially the middle class and the upper class. How does it not occur to them that everything they value would be at threat? And this is what staggers me!
When you see “Champagne socialists”, I mean, they for me the archetypal example is Emma Thompson. Someone like her. How does a not occur to her that she’s advocating social processes that would result in the destruction, obliteration, of everything that she values and really make it impossible for it to be retrieved? It staggers me! Because you’ve got people who are intelligent. Emma Thompson is intelligent. I’m not gonna pretend to think that she isn’t. She’s also educated. I’m not gonna pretend to think this isn’t, she clearly is. And yet, utterly lacking in common sense!
Woes: I think this is one of the scary things. And yeah, you’ll have seen this in academia. One of the scary things is that people can be very intelligent and very educated and yet completely lack common sense! And you realize common sense is as important as these other things, and perhaps even more so really. What would you say about that?
DAlbion: My gosh, yeah. I mean, yeah, that’s very true. I mean, I’m a bit like that myself. I’m pretty lacking in common sense. But it does some, I think what’s amazing about the particularly the way that the Islamic dress looks, it’s not even a subtle change. It’s not like, you know, a few additions of maybe like sari or something.
The burqa is so ostentatious, it couldn’t look more radically different from something Western! And to me there is an element of like the absurd to it. It’s like a Samuel Beckett absurdist play, because you have this kind of really ridiculous, it’s a ridiculous looking garment! I saw a picture the other week of the week of a lollipop lady somewhere in the UK [laughter] she’s a Muslim! But she’s got this fluorescent burqa on. Because, of course, she’s a lollipop lady. And it just looked so silly! Are we meant to not notice that? It’s very odd!
Woes: It’s like something you’d come up with as a joke! That’s the thing. I mean, it’s like something like, Monty Python would have come up with, or the Two Ronnies. I was talking about them a few nights ago on millennial. Something they would come up with as an absurd joke! And yet here we are, it’s happening right? It’s real! It’s happening right in front of us, and we’re we’re supposed to not find it funny. If we do, there’s something really bad about us.
DAlbion: Yeah, but it’s just so obvious and excessive! It reminds me a bit of that Black Adder line, something about the giraffe wearing dark glasses trying to get into a polar bears’ [word unclear] [laughter] because it’s just not even trying to look, … Something also a bit ostentatious about it too. [laughter]
Woes: Well, yes. And some people have said this it’s like it’s the most glaring, obvious, ostentatious way of rejecting British culture, and saying:
“I’m not going to fit in! I’m not going to conform! I’m not going to respect the situation that was here prior to my arrival! I’m going to change this place. Or at least I’m certainly not going to change to suit this place.”
Again, you know, we’re well past the point at which we could insist on cultural conformity, or whatever, cultural assimilation.
DAlbion: I know!
Woes: The numbers now! I mean, it’s weird really, because for a time, for quite a few decades, that was feasible, you know, that could have been been done, but it wasn’t done. And now, at this point, the numbers are just so massive that you couldn’t do it even if you had the cultural authority to do it. But, of course, we don’t have the cultural authority either, because our culture is poised against it, against Britain basically.
Our culture is one that thrives on deconstruction. It’s a very, I mean, we’re not in a good way! I think that you can talk about native British people, but it really affects all White people, in every White country. Our previously White country. We have been conditioned to accept our cultural and genetic extinction! As if both would not only be neutral but good events! A good eventuality! It’s amazing really!
DAlbion: Yes it needs to be “celebrated”! I mean, there are a few instances I’ve seen where in various speeches people are talking about demographics and actually applaud when people at the end sort of say:
“You Whites are gonna become a minority. It’s a good thing.”
And they’re all kind of like applauding like lobotomized seals! It’s so weird! It’s a very peculiar feeling. I don’t like it. And also this suggestion:
“Well, you know, these people have always be in here, and it’s never been any different, and we’ve always been an Islamic country really!”
And, of course, it’s not just Islam. In America it seems to be Mexicans. And they did those Democratic debates and in Spanish. I couldn’t believe that. That’s also a little bit, I don’t know if it’s threatening. So again, like cultural imperialism. A kind of bravado to it, or a chauvinism which is its almost like these people are unceremoniously elbowing their way into the forefront of society. And this takeover is so imminent.
I mean, there was a picture of AOC [Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, popularly known as AOC, is an Hispanic politician and activist who serves as the U.S. Representative for New York’s 14th congressional district] next to a guy wearing this T-shirt saying:
“The future is Latino!”
I just like:
“Oh that’s a little bit cheeky isn’t it?”
You know, [laughter]
Woes: Yeah, I think one of the most ridiculous notions and all of this is the idea that it’s always been like this. I mean, that assertion is utterly preposterous! I know for a fact because I remember Britain in the 80s, I can just remember Britain in the eighties, and it wasn’t like this! So if it was different from this as recently as the 80s, then I’m pretty sure that in the 1880s it was not like this! And it was not like this and in the 80s, it was not like this. So it’s such an obvious lie!
And what worries me the is that children today may actually fall for it, because in their lifetimes it has always been like this. And they don’t know anything else. I think that probably they have an instinctive understanding that it probably wasn’t always like this. Because, you know what all of the remnants, or the legacy of whatever you want to say of the culture show that it was White people. I mean, you can’t! You just can’t deny it! It’s just obvious! I hope it is! I’m very, I worry a lot that they will not even know that they have lost something. They will not even know that they have been dispossessed! What would you say about that?
DAlbion: Yeah that is a very scary thing. It wasn’t like this when I was at school. And so I mean, I’ve seen a very marked change. And it’s something that there is footage, you can watch this old British Pathé footage, you know. If you just type in 1970s London. And I was surprised. I’ve looked at that recently and it’s all White people! And in a way ironically I felt a bit guilty watching it. It was almost like:
“Oh my gosh, where’s all the diversity?”
And the comments were the most interesting thing. There were people saying, I’m going to download this as proof for the future, because one day will be illegal to watch and share. I just thought that was absolutely amazing! The change in the time is fascinating! It is like an ethnocide!
Woes: Yes. You also get these hints of 1984 about it. All things being “memory holed”, like that
Woes: The notion that that could happen. And it is completely believable that one day, you know, old school books that show only White, or even a majority White Britain. And they’ll just be burned.
DAlbion: Well I mean certainly. I mean, they have this policy, this campaign don’t they. “Decolonize the Curriculum”, which is, you know, the idea that the curriculum is too heavy with White males, so to diversify it. But, of course, with every decolonization, really is a recolonization. That’s one thing I think we often forget is with every deconstruction, is a reconstruction of something entirely different, and not necessarily truthful, or even wanted. It’s such a bizarre, yeah it’s a terrible cliche for me to mention “Orwellian”, but it really is just so blatant and shameless! Shameless alteration of your identity. You know:
“There’s no such thing as Anglo-Saxon, there never was.”
I don’t know if you’ve ever seen “The Shining” [Stanley Kubrick’s film starring Jack Nicholson] but there’s a bit in the bathroom where, … Have you ever seen it?
Woes: My favourite film! I love it.
DAlbion: Yeah! You know the bit where they are in the bathroom and the guy, he’s talking to, is it Greedy? And he said:
“I should know sir, I’ve always been at the Overlook Hotel.”
Kind of reminds me of that:
“What are you talking about? I’ve always been here, nothing has ever been different!”
There is an element of that kind of surreal, you know, you’re the problem, you know, you’re misunderstanding:
“We’ve always been multicultural! Britain has always been a Muslim country.”
Yeah, there is this element where they have this exchange in the bathroom, and I’m gonna do video on it next week. But there is just a little snapshot there of this kind of gas lighting, which I think Kubrick catches it really well. It’s very bizarre! It’s a very bizarre exchange. But you’ll need to feel as though you were silly really, and ignorant, you know
DAlbion: This is all at the same time is telling us the history so overbearingly White, which is, of course, the great irony and confusion of it.
Woes: Absolutely! And one of the amazing things is that how these two totally contradictory things are said at once, and maintained at once. And no one is supposed to notice that the direct contradiction. Either there was as a hideously racist past, or, it was always multicultural! And if so it was always multiculturalism, then were we just bizarrely racist up until now? Yeah, of course not!
DAlbion: You know, we’re a “nation of immigrants” while simultaneously being founded on “racism”, a White orientated racism! The two can’t be, you know, they’re not mutual. There’s no way that you can have both. I mean, America probably has this worse. America is both the melting pot and the nation that is founded on White racism, apparently.
Woes: Yes, yes, exactly! Well it’s an interesting thing, and I made a video about this, it’s not on my channel anymore, I to take it down. But I made a video on the fact that a lot of arguments which liberals use in America to justify mass immigration and multiculturalism there. They make arguments which are specific to the New World setting, like:
“Well this country was founded by immigrants.”
And stuff like that. But then they will transpose, … Like the liberals in the old world will then use the very same arguments, even though it’s not the new world context anymore. So you’ll get people saying:
“Well Britain was always, is a nation of immigrants! It was created, it was founded by immigrants.”
And they may also, like they’ll say:
“Well a thousand years ago this invasion, or that incursion, and so therefore it’s always been multicultural.”
But it’s the same argument, because we’ve heard from America, so we’re sort of accustomed to it, and then, even though in America it relies wholly on the New World context. But then it’s transposed over here. And I did a list on this video where I listed about five, or six different arguments that you would think could only even be plausible in the New World. But which subsequently get used over here. It’s very interesting. It’s very strange indeed that they do that. But I’ll put them up on my BitChute channel.
People are asking quite a lot about my old videos and most of them, the vast majority will be reinstated on my BitChute channel. So if you subscribe to that, I’ll link to it just now, you will be able to see them all, or at least the vast majority of them again in the near future. That’s something that I’ll be doing next year. A lot of them are available already.
So okay, let’s move on to superchats and questions. So if people want to post superchats, now is the time. Somebody asked Charlemagne. Yes I have dealt with that. So yes, I’ll clear that. Superchat thank you very much. Now normies must know this is happening otherwise they wouldn’t be fleeing to other countries, the Spanish countryside and Asia by hundreds of thousands annually. So White Brits must instinctively know that it’s happening, otherwise there wouldn’t be White flighting. What would you say about that?
DAlbion: Yeah, that’s a good point. I saw an interesting article from Peter Hitchens a couple of days ago where he was talking about when he was, what he calls a Trotskyist. And he more, or less said:
“We pressed for immigration not, because we liked immigrants but, because we hated Britain.”
And so yes, I think they know it’s happening because, of course, they agitate for it. I think that there is a kind of a pleasure they take in seeing us destroyed. They see it as a means by which to disfigure the country. And I suppose, yeah, the fact that there is this some tendency to, as you say, White flight. It’s odd, it’s very peculiar, a kind of neuroses. But they do seem to see mass immigration as a kind of decivilizing mission. I don’t understand it at all. But yeah, they must know.
Woes: It’s very bizarre, isn’t it?
“What has your experience been with airing your views IRL [In Real Life], especially in a university setting?”
We touched on this earlier. Have another go.
DAlbion: I haven’t been at any University for a little while now. But I certainly wasn’t White-pilled, I might have been red-pilled, maybe. But not White-pilled back then. And obviously I had to be professional at work and I wouldn’t go looking for unnecessary arguments.
But I mean, then the question, the problems were more, as I say they were sort of very 2015 talking points, sort of censorship, safe spaces. Yeah there’s a lot of aggression and a lot of, … Although I will say one thing is different. In person I find a lot of these people find it very difficult, a lot of them are very socially awkward and quite unhappy people. And I’ve noticed if you’re in a room with them and you’re making eye contact, especially if you’re kind of smiling sweetly at them, they don’t seem to know how to, … They don’t certainly have the courage they do on the Internet.
So yeah, in real life you’ve just got to give as good as you get really. You’ve got to learn to just do that, because I mean, these people will, I don’t think they used to maybe getting quite so much back. And I tend to find that, yeah, that there is an element of — I might be lucky, because I’m a woman, I don’t know whether it’s different — but in person it seems to be a little different. These people are little socially awkward, as I said, they don’t like making eye contact and they back down quite quickly. They feel a bit embarrassed and don’t necessarily know what to do, or say.
Woes: I definitely have the experience, not in real life yet, but online, that liberals are clearly not used to being disagreed. Not used to having their ideas contradicted and rejected. Because their ideas I think often are a ticket to social acceptance. So they’re not used to the ticket, you know, backfiring if I make mixed metaphors. They’re not used to having the opposite effect from what it’s supposed happen. It’s to have supposed to verify that, …
DAlbion: No. It’s such a shock to the system isn’t it? [laughter]
Woes: Yeah. And so the other thing is that they’re not used to being, they’re not used to having to defend their ideas. They’re used to just asserting their ideas and there being a smug agreement between them and the other person. But they don’t know how to actually defend their ideas. When they’re taken to task on it, what they’ll do is just come up with some platitudes. But it’s the same one every time:
“Oh well, we all came from Africa!”
DAlbion: Oh God! I hate that! If we all come from Africa what was the problem with Britain, the children of Africa returning when the British went there?
DAlbion: I mean, you just put it exactly right! It’s the smug agreement. Just the word “smug” just as used is exactly what it is! It’s just, I can’t stand it! Just makes me want to tear my hair out, that little smug exchange! Of like a “knowing” kind of look and this person just needs to get educated on social justice!
Woes: I did a series for a long time. I had this long-running series called “The Smugness of the Ex-liberal”
Woes: And it was a different type of liberal each time. Because what I noticed was the time and again, what accompanies liberal beliefs or assertions is smugness! Just time after time! The liberal is someone who is so superficially pleased with himself. And it’s nauseating, actually! Really nauseating!
Woes: Okay I move on. All right. Let’s see, racism was, … I think this relates to something we were saying at the start:
And when I use the word “racism”, what I’m referring to, … Okay, there are two things that I can mean by that word. The first is just crass, primal, hatred, or just say absurd hatred of people who are different from oneself. I think that’s a fairly I mean, I don’t think it’s really defensible. Like, just say:
“Oh there’s a black guy. Let’s go beat him up!”
It’s that kind of thing. It’s just silly. But the other thing is “in-group preference”, where I want my people to survive. I care about my people, my ethnic group. And I want them to have a country relatively of their own. Like 90, 95 percent. So that they will continue to survive and exist into the future. I don’t see what’s wrong with the latter at all! Because it certainly doesn’t entail any negative feelings towards other peoples. It’s simply you want your own one to survive! [laughter]
Woes: I don’t see anything wrong with it.
DAlbion: Yeah, noticed on your stream a couple of evenings ago. You had Count Dankula, who I’m very fond of as an observer, but I noticed you had this interesting exchange where he was talking about something like wild cats being extinct in Scotland. And yeah something like they were having to stop them mating with other cats, because otherwise this particular breed was gonna go extinct. And you said to him:
“It’s interesting to me that you have concern for that, but not, …”
And I thought that was a really interesting exchange, because he had this sort of pause, and I wondered, … As I said, I’m not getting at him, he seems like a lovely man. Just that there was a very interesting moment there we thought:
“Oh yeah, I don’t know, yeah.”
Woes: I said, I agree with you. He is a really nice guy. I like Count Dankula very much! But I thought it was funny, because, well I think my wording was:
“Its interesting that you care about the long-term survival of the Scottish Wildcat, but not the survival of the Scottish.”
DAlbion: I thought it was a really excellent response, because he didn’t really have much to say to that. And he realized he’d stumbled into something there. [laughter]
Woes: The thing is, I don’t want to catch him out. I didn’t have him so I could catch him out. But when something like that comes up you think, how can people not get this? Surely, yeah, whatever
DAlbion: Yeah it was a good analogy.
Woes: Okay, that came up, because the question is:
“Racism was always used de-facto against White people, but old nineties, center-left really did want color-blindness and to coexist. The new ‘woke’ Left, post Obama 2012, is de facto anti-White.”
I think that’s true. It’s gone from wanting color-blindness and “I don’t care about race and everyone’s equal” to “White people are bad!”
DAlbion: Oh yeah, mmm. Yeah:
“White people are bad and actually we need to maybe put stabilizers on them in order to see the rest of the world, …”
There is definitely a kind of ethnic revenge fantasy at work, I think, in many of what much of what’s going on. And, you know, it’s a peculiar one, isn’t it? The same people who came up with this, you know, “content of character” before “color of skin” are really the same people who, … It was short-lived, put it that way! [laughter]
Woes: It was. It’s was a phase. A historical phase. It sort of enabled that first, supplanting of White predominance in their own society, their historical societies. And then it moves on to:
“White people are categorically bad and shouldn’t have any societies. It’s outrageous that they would even want to have societies of their own! And they never did have anyway! It was always a lie.”
Woes: Absurd lies, built upon lies. Okay and somebody says:
“If a country is 100 percent White that’s racist. All White groups, all like families, all White communities are racist as well! This is the consequence of normalizing diversity.”
So yeah, I think not much to say about that. You can take it if you want to say anything
DAlbion: Oh, there is definitely, I think just as I said about seeing those old videos where the people were all White in the street. There was this weird kind of, … It’s like a kind of Pavlovian conditioning, where you see it and you immediately look for the “diversity”, so to speak. I think that’s really interesting and that is the kind of habit that we need to break, to stop before it escalates. That kind of automatic thought you have to break with that. Because it’s perfectly normal to have [laughter] perfectly English city to be English!
Woes: Hmm, indeed. Somebody’s saying that:
“There should be a movement that, there should be a move to mock and deride young people who are obsessed with travelling. It’s particularly virulent within modern young women. I think we can all do our bit here.”
I’m not sure what Reverend the Terrible is referring to here. I think he means this shallow, globe-trotting kind of mentality. But I don’t know how that came up in the conversation, so would you have anything to say about that?
DAlbion: Umm, I don’t know! Yes, as you say, maybe there it’s just kind of, uh I don’t know! They used to call it the “gap yard”, didn’t they? I don’t know if that’s still a thing! Yeah, I really don’t know. Young young women traveling alone is probably not a good idea there, I mean, [laughter]
Woes: I mean, a year ago now, I don’t know if you recall the dreadful thing about in Morocco where two girls, I think they were Norwegian and and Danish.
DAlbion: Oh, yeah.
Woes: That was horrendous! Okay
DAlbion: That was actually awful!
Woes: Yeah. Someone says:
“No, they don’t want to see the English destroyed, they want to punish you, because you’re a racist, as you resist immigration. That is how they justify their actions. They are making Britain better.”
I think in their own minds that liberals, in their own heads, are thinking in those terms. But it’s very naive of them to think in those terms. Immigration will, from backward places, will make Britain a better country. Do you have any thoughts?
DAlbion: Yeah. I mean, it’s a kind of ideologically motivated self-deception! It’s almost like, I mean, I recently read Renaud Camas’ short book on the Great Replacement. And in it he terms it as it’s a kind of, if you think of it like a whiskey decanter. You’re just “decanting” one population into the territory of another. The essence of it doesn’t, … It’s not like Africans change and become Europeans.
And that feels like it’s obvious to say it, just as Europeans don’t become Africans. Again it’s sort of like an obvious point, but I don’t know whether they think that that is going to cut it. It’s like a kind of form of radical reparations for empire, to self colonize. It’s a very odd one. I don’t know! I don’t know!
Woes: Somebody said in the live chat, I’ve just caught this:
“Those girls last Christmas, the Moroccan horror story, caused me to start listening to you (meaning my channel). Transitioning me from Sargon type classical liberalism to this sphere, of more nationalist, I don’t know what you would describe me as, dissident Right, ethnically conscious kind of thing.”
So that’s interesting. I think this same effect was felt in their own countries. Again I can’t remember if they were Swedish. They were from two different countries, and I think it was Norway and Denmark. But it might have been, …
DAlbion: I think you are right.
Woes: And I remember reading at the time that there was a wave of, … It really hit people hard in those countries, because it was just so horrendously ugly! This was such a dreadful, …
DAlbion: It was awful.
Woes: Yeah. Okay
DAlbion: Yeah, and they were such pretty young women as well, you know. And oh, so helpless, so.
Woes: Yeah. And you think why aren’t they at home? If they want to help the needy there are enough needy in their own countries, that they can help. They don’t need to go to Morocco. And if they went to Morocco for just a fun time, then, you know, they need their heads, … Well yeah,
DAlbion: Well, indeed. [laughter]
Woes: So yeah
DAlbion: Go to Butlins.
Woes: Yeah, okay.:
“Do you think that the powers that be want to bring multiculturalism to the whole world, or only to Europe and in the New World?”
What would you say about that?
DAlbion: Well I mean, only to Europe, because they don’t seem to be attempting it anywhere else in the world. I think that they want to see us, … I think they want to see us disappear! But it’s a kind of a slow ethnocide, as I say, by demographic submersion. They don’t seem to be attempting to diversify anywhere else. As I said, that would be considered a colonial mission. I mean, even when immigrants come here, if you ask them to integrate, I’ve heard leftists say:
“Well that’s a kind of colonial imposition. An imposition of colonial values.”
And you just think, …
Woes: That’s just astonishing!
DAlbion: It’s very odd, isn’t it! It’s this real contempt which is just for us! So no, I think it’s isolated for us. Yeah. I don’t know why, [laughter] but it is.
Woes: I have seen some very preliminary attempts to popularize the idea that Japan needs mass immigration
Woes: I’m not sure, yeah, you know, just certain journalists write articles saying that Japan has an aging population and the only solution is for them to have mass immigration. So yeah, I think Japan will be hit by this as well. And I don’t mean that it will go through with it. But I think it will, there will be a lot of calls for Japan to have mass immigration. Otherwise there will be some sort of demonization campaign to cast Japan as a “racist society”, a racist people.
I think that’s probably will be, and that will hit their to tourism. I think that’s probably the line of attack that will be used there. Because I think that globalists don’t want any country that can be seen as an ethnostate, something that people can look and say:
“Oh that works! That works really well. That society is peaceful and harmonious.”
So I think that every example of it will need to be eliminated, ideally. So it’s kind of like how they’ll get rid of, as I said earlier, they’ll get rid of old storybooks, so that people can’t say:
“Oh! There’s an example of what Britain used to be like. What it once was like.”
Because all of this stuff gives people ideas. So I think it will. But I don’t think Japan will go through it with it. I think they’ll resist far more than we did, because they’re simply less empathetic than we are. I think the Europeans are uniquely concerned with helping other people, with being universalist, not making distinctions. And that is a weakness that is being used against us, in the most disgusting way!
All right, okay.:
“I researched and find that in 1951 the UK census Britain was 99.7% White. That’s Whiter than Poland as today. Before Windrush it must have been even Whiter. Most people lived and died without ever meeting other people of other races.”
So yes, it’s an astonishing lie to say that Britain is a nation of immigrants! And that I mean, yes, they’ve always been here, but in the tiniest numbers. And only from really the 19th century onwards. Prior to that it was an absolutely minuscule number of Moorish travelers! But absolutely tiny numbers! So yeah, it’s an absurd lie.
“Communism was an experiment on the entire civilization in the USSR. The politicians here are ignorant of the consequences of ideologies, so they don’t care. And diversity equals racial communism.”
Yeah. It would be good if you had questions for Daughter of Albion to answer, because it’s not really, … I understand that people want their say, but it’d be good to have questions. There was one question I wanted to put to you. I missed it. Has it gone through? Oh yes!:
“We need a gender wage gap, and a man should make three to four times what a woman makes so that he can be a provider.”
What would you say to that?
DAlbion: Yeah, lovely! I’m happy with that if I’m on the receiving end of the gifts, I’m happy with that! [laughter] I mean, yeah that’s um, I like the idea of a strong patriarchy! So yeah, absolutely! I have no problems with that. [laughter]
Woes: Well, because we haven’t really talked about that at all. So what are your views on patriarchy?
DAlbion: Oh Lord! I haven’t thought about this in a very long time, I mean. It does seem to me that that women, you know, obviously I’m a woman so I’m not trying to do us down, but we do seem to escalate, and accelerate, this kind of radical compassion for a very dangerous men! You know, “open the borders” and this kind of maternal instinct, I think has been terribly taken advantage.
So I’m happy to live in a culture where the men are the protectors, and maybe women are the more nurturing, maternal types. Yeah, I think that it’s nice to see men as well when they’re kind of, I think that they seem to have a lot more confidence and take pride of themselves, and to be taking pleasure in being the protectors and the leaders. Yeah, I don’t know, I haven’t thought about that in a long time. What do you think? What’s your thoughts on that?
Woes: Oh, yes. I basically think that I have the fairly traditionalist view on this. But I think from most people, not everyone, but for most people, yes! Ideally we should have a society where men do the work and women looking after the home and looking after the kids, and so forth. I think that’s probably what most people would be more comfortable with.
I’m not an absolutist about it, because I think that for various reasons, I think there are talented women. And also, you know, after child-rearing I don’t have anything against women getting jobs and having careers. I just don’t see a need for this to be a sort of absolute thing, but I do think having and raising children should be facilitated and encouraged by any healthy society! I mean, it just seems completely obvious. If we want to survive, then obviously society needs to reproduce.
Woes: So for that reason alone. And then also in terms of the dynamic between women and men. Yes, I think that most women, … Frankly I don’t know how to say this without sounding crass, but I think that most women want men to dominate. I think most women want men to take charge of society.
Woes: That’s how it is. There are obviously spheres where women are better, they’re more attuned. But mostly in society at large, yes, I think that men are better handling power, they are at handling better politics, they’re probably usually better at handling definitely the corporate world. So things like that, yeah, and obviously the police. And one of the most awful things is the feminization of the police force. I think it’s just completely, …
DAlbion: Yeah, and the army as well.
Woes: Of course! I mean, yeah absolutely! So yeah, that’s my point of view. It’s mostly a question of talking about the exceptions, and in what circumstances should it not be the case. Because I think in general, 90 percent of the time this should be the case. And I wish we could just, you know, like 50 years ago it was, well more than that now. Prior to WWII it was the default. And I think that it should be the default now. I think, apart of anything else, …
DAlbion: I agree
Woes: For the sake of healthy relations between the sexes I think it is right if men are the providers and the protectors, and women are that the caregivers and homemakers. I think that’s just how it should be. I think and I think honestly I think that most people would be happier if it were that way.
DAlbion: Yeah, absolutely! I mean, obviously, as you say, there are exceptions, you look at Marine le Pen she’s a tough old cookie. But these ladies are in sort of ones. And yeah, I think it’s just obvious women women like the idea of, think of being the kind of what we call it, the Florence Nightingale gene.
DAlbion: I much prefer that idea. I think that in order to sort of change that dynamic by having what the feminists call this female representation in the workforce, it seems that they’re constantly having to hold that up with this kind of artificial duct tape, and it doesn’t feel natural to us. I quite like just the old-fashioned sort of Norman Rockwell type painting of a family, you know, the nuclear family. Yeah, I think that most people yearn for that really, don’t they?
Woes: I think so. I think if media wasn’t twisting them to want other things. I think that by default yes, this is just how things would be, and are, and should be.
So okay, let’s leave it at that, because I have another guest coming on in 17 minutes, or due on at that time.
Woes: So this has been a nice, substantial, conversation. We’ve been going for an hour and a half. So this I mean, it’s been a really enjoyable. I think lots of people have had a good time listening. So are there any final things you’d want to see Daughter of Albion?
DAlbion: Oh, just thank you so much for having me on! It’s been a real pleasure. And thanks everyone for listening. And yeah it’d be nice to speak to you again in the future, but thank you for having me on.
Woes: You’re certainly welcome on next year on millennial!
DAlbion: [laughter] That wasn’t a hint!
Woes: Okay, thank you very much. So this has been a real pleasure so, yes? I thought you wanted to say something. Okay, well this has been very enjoyable, so I’ll be back in about 20 minutes with I think it’s Martin Lichtmesz? Yes it is. That will surely be a very enjoyable conversation as well. So I hope to see you then. In the meantime Daughter of Albion, thank you for taking part in Millenniyule 2019.
DAlbion: Thank you very much and happy New Year everyone.
Woes: All right, thank you very much and I’ll see you all soon.
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