I have been busy attending some monkey business that would be way below me if there would be any justice on this green Earth. But no there is no such thing unless the good people get their act together and force it upon the world. That is the sole reason I have had no time or energy to write that much lately.
Also, I have not had much time to continue my studies of various conspiracy topics which is why I’ll today take a short break and write a little about my experiences here in Turkey. I usually avoid writing much about local things as I’m not particularly interested in writing about mundane things and as I don’t know the language I don’t know that much about more fascinating things that might be going on behind the scenes. Though I might note that my eyes are quite enough to tell my dear readers that superficially things in Turkey are progressing in many ways pretty much like they are progressing around much of the Western world. First, there’s the housing bubble: just like in the US crazy herds of investors have been pouring way too much money into the construction business while ignoring other sectors in which investment would probably have been much more beneficial in the long run. What you see when you walk around is lots of at least half empty new residential areas and the would be buyers are in no hurry now to buy as it is quite obvious the prices will have to come down and a lot too I’d think. Second, there’s hardly any shortage of debt driven consumerism in more urban areas at least. So far I have not noticed any drastic changes in peoples behavior though I’d except to see some changes next year at least if not sooner when the tougher times materialize on a level ordinary people can’t deny.
Still, quite a few foreigners have already bought apartments around here. I for example have Danes living in one of my neighboring buildings (and only Danes I might add). This detail has brought to my attention one modern case of what I could call hidden payments of jizya which Muslims try to force on all non-believers. In short, the Danes share a housing association with several other buildings which are owned by Turks and some other foreigners. But the Turks had actually not paid a single dime for over a year for property services from which they had benefited while the Danes had been paying extra. Recently, after quite a lot arguing, the Danes agreed to a deal in which they have to pay about twice as much as the Turks for the same services even though they actually benefit from the services much less than the Turks as most of them quite naturally spend more time in Denmark than in Turkey while the Turks stay here.
Needless to say, I was a bit outraged to hear about this as it goes against my sense of fairness. Though I can understand that the Danes did not want any trouble and to them it is quite a small amount to pay for having reached a peaceful agreement (for now at least), this situation also illustrates why the Muslims and other third world invaders are currently taking over Europe. First, when in Denmark they provide generous welfare for their amiable Muslims brothers (who of course are way overrepresented in crime statistics). Second, they pour countless millions into foreign aid. Third, they buy overvalued apartments in a Muslim country and are rewarded by being more or less forced to provide additional subsidies to their dear local neighbors. It should be obvious that this can’t go on long before all the hell breaks loose as the Muslims grow ever more powerful and greedy all the time the Europeans avoid making their stand for actual fairness. Either the Europeans wake up and face the reality soon or later the reality will be forced on them which most likely will be the worse option in the end.