God's New Year&Day Calendar
Beljonde Titel
Beljonde Stonehenge Stamp

Beljonde: Diversity Sucks!

Titel: Diversity Sucks

Myths and histories about diversity – a free text by Bertram Eljon Holubek, Version 2.0 2021

Diversity freaks claim that it's nice to mix people of different race and quality. The idea silently became a worldwide liberal dogma that hardly can be challenged. But just like for instance that old Christian geocentric model, it is obviously faulty. For dorks diversity seems to be solid ground, on which they can build a new world of the future. In reality diversity is like a swamp, with alien things lurking in the lair.

A mysterious Scene of Frank's Casket

Chapter Four: The Question of Human Worth

Regarding the new British 50 pence coin we find that the sky seems to demand diversity. Several tales of dragon fights tell us what may happen, if our valiant heroes venture to try and find coins of higher worth. The problem is that Germanic heroes soon run out of luck without their goddess.

1. The Sky demands Diversity!

Now this is the British coin that made me write this text. I must admit that I especially like British coins since my younger days. When I was in Britain once, I gathered a large number of old shillings. These were much less worth than a Deutsche Mark, but they nicely fitted into Deutsche slot machines. At that time I was an atheist, and while I didn't believe in any higher powers, I was insensitive for the bad inspiration that made me carry out such unlawful deeds. I got caught at once, but a lady only made me change back the coins. I still was lucky that I didn't become a bad boy early in my life, but a jurist instead. That may not have happened if I had been really poor at that time. I guess that also those types with more sympathies for the diverse varieties of socialism will find it harder to always be correct. It is also indisputable that people of darker skin colour are less law-abiding by nature.

A picture of the designer, Ms. Dominique Evans, who has previously designed coins to mark VE Day and others, is shown at the caption of this text. It's the Negress to the far right with the nose as big as that of a moose. Her body is not shown on any picture, so can it be that her waist line reminds of a moose too? Well, in Scandinavia the moose is a liked animal. It has a liked role in Jul (Christmas) celebrations. That is not a custom in Britain. But maybe diversity means to now abolish British traditions, and instead introduce other rites from ancient Europe or all the world. Since Jesus is dead, it is surely high time to instead put some more prone to the traditional day of midwinter. Already the ancient Brits did value highly this day of the new sun, and so did the ancient Romans. Stonehenge gives proof that the British diligently scanned and calculated their calendar already in prehistoric times. But due to the Christians they now calculate according to the uneven Gregorian calendar, instead of the year-and-day calendar of the Druids. It was pope Gregory-1 again, who managed to introduce into Britain the morbid oriental religion behind this.

Some Mr. Levi Winchester wrote this about the Evans coin: »The coin features the words around a geodome, which the designer says represents connection and strength.« Oh well. But as we look closely at the coin (here with a redesigned inscription), then the dome looks incomplete! The big circle is not finished at the sides. This is artwork of poor quality only. We would have expected that the simple triangles at least end up in a perfect round edge. And what have the triangles to do with "connection and strength"? That's another tough question. that probably Ms. Evans too could not answer. And then the geodome, what is that supposed to be? Sure, a dome is a large building. We may think that the Evans geodome is a dome made of steel and glass. So when we look at the coin we actually look at the sky through glass. This is when this coin starts to become interesting and even fascinating. These looks can ban people, like views into the night sky can. Like often in arts, we may see a secret message here that the artist maybe didn't mean: The sky wants diversity! In fact what the congeras up there do often, they triangulate our earth with the help of individuals.

Surprisingly the Evans diversity coin has a secret message. When we look at this rather false slogan, that minorities were building Britain too, we look up into the sky! So is the sky behind this? Definitely the sky has more influence on some people, religion-wise.

2. Who was building Britain's History? Hardly the Hubshees!

Who was building Britain, really? One recent British coin, now in circulation, claims that diversity did. Right now diversity seems to mean that some "minority types" become the darlings of the media and the gentry. Due to the political correctness rules they even get away with trashy statements easily. For instance, when it came to the diversity coin, the Indian Rishi Sunak, in 2020 some kind-of Finance Minister of Britain, was heard saying:

»I have seen first-hand the contribution made by ethnic minority communities to Britain’s history. That is why I backed the “We Too Built Britain” campaign and requested that the @RoyalMintUK introduced this new coin to celebrate it.«

What strange kind of nonsense, really! Rishi is rich of course, but rather dark and ugly like other hubshees. He has a rather slim brow, a feature typically signifying moderate intelligence only. When he talks about Britain's history that he saw "first-hand", he can only mean a dozen of years or so, or maybe the post-war era. Rishi seems to be quite unable to accept and compute that British history spans over at least the last 10.000 years. Until the most recent era, only the truly British were building Britain – minorities didn't. Occasionally aliens migrated or invaded into Britain, but such guys nearly always came from Europe. Most were so much fellow Europeans that they became British soon.

That is at least what serious historians and intellectuals would have to say, when asked to tell the truth about this. It's not a difficult thing when it comes to the facts of history. But it's difficult when politics are touched. Mister Suntan is a valuable member of the Conservatives Party, since even if he talks nonsense at times he helps them to bring in the votes of the minority voters. That seems to be rather inevitable in a democracy that grants the right to vote and rule not only to those who belong to the demos (Greek: the people) but also to strangers, who moreless belong to other peoples. And isn't it true that the truly British talk nonsense too at times? We must nevertheless find it worrying that the idea of diversity makes it's supporters bring up such remarkably bad nonsense.

A campaigner of the Glostershire campaign said to the press, that the coin will »help bridge the nation's past«. So what is there to bridge? That sounds like the Brits did some things wrong in the past, when they were building bridges to faraway colonies to let enter in too many strangers. I assume that Mr. Suntan was feeling slightly worried, when he said what he said about Britain's history, like: That can't really be correct. But maybe he talked down his worries, like politicians often do. The slogan sounded too good after all to his ears. And isn't such dubious diversity talk in some way exempt from criticism right now, like a religious dogma? After all, diversity is even a principle of the religion of the Old Norsemen, who came to the British Isles with all the Vikings. Even among the ancient Nordic gods there is a black guy. It's Surt, the "Swarthy One". His role is to lead refugees and immigrants in hordes to the North. That is supposed to lead to the end of the gods and a conflagration. While this ancient Nordic stuff is mythology only, it should warn us to not underestimate the power of black magic, that some few guys with black skin and negroid features may be able to produce. The big problem with this is that nobody but God understands.

The Universal Truth Religion (UTR) has it that devilish aliens from outer space interfere into the affairs of our world. Rotten Greys try to find key persons to manipulate destiny, and then they try to clutch on them and make them successful and famous. For this they rely on bad, ruined aliens planets; where degenerates (wonks) live in religious delusion, misery and pains. Most alien planets were ruined by a cataclysm, a series of worldwide super-catastrophes. On most alien planets the populations are also separated into major and minor races. One major race is assigned to one continent, and separated into seven or more minor races. Some planets are only inhabited in a region that we call the Orient. The races are naturally of better or lesser quality. Dark skin colour does naturally signify low racial quality. The Greys try to promote and make popular a few guys with dark skin, since they have more power over these. A deity of a ruined planet is rather powerless.

3. What is this British 50 p Coin really worth?

This 50 p coin is worth half of a £. Now that is simple. In the news we read that sadly, coin expert Colin Bellamy, from Coin Hunter, told The Sun that he doesn't expect the coin to be worth more than it's face value in years to come. So who would pay more than 50 p for a 50 p coin? Strangely enough, some collectors do such things. Many people seem to have too much money, I mean in their minds. Also this is a consequence of bad religion. To Christians the Bible teaches after all, that Jesus would only be their friend if they sold all their things and gave away the money to "the poor" (Saint Matto 19:21). In return Jesus promised his fellows that they would receive a treasure in heaven. In reality though Jesus needed the money for his own purposes. His sect's leadership of boorish Galileans was called "The Poor" (Ebionites). However, when he tried to be a big man in Jerusalem, and failed ingloriously, he also seems to have been short of money. We read that he entered into the capital of the state of the Jews on a stolen donkey! Later, when he took a time-out in the near valley of Kidron, pilgrims and travellers might met him saying: "Hands up in the air and give me all your money!" So did he mean that they were supposed to pray to god the father, that he thought was dwelling in the sky above? We read little in the Bible about these last weeks of Jesus. He was bleeding, he couldn't sleep. When the police confronted Jesus and his miserable band in spring of the year 33 a., Simon Peter hewed off the ear of a copper. But Judas had wisely decided to cooperate with the police, for the moderate sum of 30 quid in silver. Surely it was also this success that later made Judas become the new leader of the sect. At that time these sectarians believed that the spirit that had been with Jesus had now moved to his older brother, and later to the third brother, Jacob the younger. But after Judas had been leading 4.000 radicals (zealots) into the desert to die, and when Jacob raised the rabble to an armed rebellion against Rome, the rest of these dumbbells gave up on their bad faith. But then already the Petty-Greek Paulus from Tarsus had started his Christian religion. For lack of travel money he ended up in a prison near Ephesus. It should not surprise us that later, the Christians became especially untruthful and greedy. Or do you believe that the robber that was crucified aside Jesus travelled up into the sky the exact day?

Again: How much worth is this Evans coin? 50 pence means that it's worth half a pound sterling. That is the name of the current currency of the kingdom of Britain. That's simple again, but what is that really? The symbol of that currency, £, links to the Latin word libra. That means a pound. In the origin this pound was a Roman unit of measurement. The word sterling originally seems to have meant silver. That alluded maybe to the colour of the stars. An ancient Roman pound was something like 325 grams, 327.45 in the Middle Ages. So we're talking here about a lump of silver. Even keeping in mind that in the old days, silver was always mixed with other metals, that means a lot. Right now, at the end of year 2020 a., an ancient Roman pound of silver costs roughly 200 £. So the pound has lost much of it's ancient value. due to historical devaluations. But that is still nothing compared to the dramatic way in which the Italian Lira had lost it's value. Like the pound symbol, £, the word lira related to the Roman pound in silver. In 1999 a. one lira was only worth a pea, maybe. The Italians then exchanged nearly 2.000 lira to one new Euro, €. Right now the pound is worth a little more than one Euro. Isn't it typical that the Italians found it so hard to reduce their spendings and keep the value of their currency in order? The fact that some Italians are right now in charge of the regulations of the Euro, must have played a major role when the Brits decided to exit from the European Union. But also the British national debt had nearly doubled, mainly due to the last Labour government, of Mr. Brown from London town. And let me not talk about the Turkish lira, which dramatically lost it's value in the last 20 years, due to the policy of the megalomaniac, tyrannical and warmongering chief of state and his party. Also regarding the totally over-indebted state of so many other national economies, we may say that at the core of these budget deficits there is not only bad religion, but maybe a bad god too.

Artus, li buens rois de Bretaingne,
La cui proesce nos ansaingne,
Que nos soiiens preu et cortois,
Tint cort si riche come rois,
A cele feste, qui tant coste,
Qu'an doit clamer la pantecoste.

Arthur, this good king of Britain,
Whose prowess us teaches,
That we should be valiant and courteous,
Held court so rich like kings,
Ah that festivity, that much costed,
That one has to call it the Cost-him-all.

The immortal verses above come from one of the greatest poets of all ages, Chrétien de Troyes. That troubadour from the Champagne in France composed several Arthurian romances, according to the preferences of the audiences of this time. In those works king Arthur became a most valiant super king. Chrétien mocked this belief a bit. We may think of the historical real Arthur and other petty kings of Tintagel indeed as very rich rulers. They made their fortune with the mining of tin, a necessary ingredient of bronze. When the Anglo-Saxons overpowered the Britons after the year of 450; some such king became the last hope of the latter, driven back into the west of the island. The strangest aspect of this is, that the mythical Arthur was believed to rest on a "dragon throne". That reminds of the myth of the dragon again, who allegedly heeded a hoard of gold. In his heroic fantasy ›Yvain‹, Chrétien lets his hero also fight and slice a dragon, but without winning a hoard.

4. Of Dragons and Those who fight Them

Of Beowulf we strangely hear that the dragon hoard he won was put into his grave mound. Like it was common in ancient Germania, also the author of the poem ›Beowulf‹, a rather ignoble bard, otherwise much favoured ruinous generosity of the nobles. He even demanded rich gifts as a sign for the true valour of a noble ruler. He wrote that a king should never hesitate to break his rings and give away all his gold to his men, since the fame would still remain his own. Behind this was also the egoism of the bards, the media guys of those dark ages. Such rules would like force those ruffians to try and press out money from their underlings, or try and rob it from their neighbours. Or should they search for dragon hoards? In the poem ›Beowulf‹ the dragon appears as the richest of all rulers, who is but unwilling to give up on a single stolen cup. In verse 2814 we read that the poet called Beowulf »the last of the Wægmundings«. That name, of the lost clan of Beowulf, can best be translated as Loudmouth & Sons (Deutsch: wagen, dare, Mund, mouth). All those heroic dragon slayers were not really gigantic Jœtes, but bards, jesters, braggarts, jerks and boozers only. It fits to this mentality that the ancient Germanic didn't value gold highly. They cared much more for their fitness. They swam in rivers, drank milk and ate well, some forbade the import of wine. But also they had to mentally fight back the Greys, evil congeras who today ruin so many bodies.

In the last book of the Bible, that of the Apocalypse, the congeras appear as a collective cosmic red dragon, who seems to have several heads. Is this the red dragon who appears again on the flag of Wales? At the origin of this heraldic dragon is the true story of the young wizard Myrddin aka Merlin. When king Vortigern and the last of his Britons fled westwards to Wales, they came to think that they needed to offer a human there, to placate the apparently hostile gods. For this they chose young Myrddin. Like young Harry Potter he must have been a rather unpromising Celtic type. But with the help of the true God, the boy then proved that he was of extreme value, again not unlike Harry Potter. He could explain a dream that was worrying king Vortigern. In that dream, a white dragon would overpower and drive away a red dragon. Myrddin thought that the white dragon symbolized the strength of the Anglo-Saxons, and the red dragon that of the Celts. By this way Myrddin saved his life. In truth the Goddess didn't like to see these people slaughter others as human sacrifices. She always tried to end this, with the help of this or that tricky myth. When it came to Vortigern she could rely on the help of his, legendarily beautiful, Anglo-Saxon wife Rowena. Rarely women are mentioned in such tales, but they are important for the magic. In the Middle Ages, the heraldic symbol of England became the lion. Of a lion we find a strange story in the poem ›Yvain‹. This hero saves a lion from the tail grip and the roasting fire of the hostile dragon, by cutting off a piece of it's tail! Strangely enough, that beast later becomes the good-natured helper of Yvain. In this lion we may see a mythological symbol of the true saviour, the king of kings. In fact I was in comparable distress when I was chosen to become the saviour of this planet in 1993. My problem was that the voices from beyond coerced me to circumcise.

When in 449 the Anglo-Saxons invaded Britain, they formed a minority with a different culture. Instead of functional diversity a bitter conflict ensued between English and Celtic Brits. That conflict is still going on today, fostered by religious divides too. But already in the days of wise Merlin, the true God of this world was the only one both parties could rely upon. While a white dragon may represent the truly White Goddess, the red dragon may also be interpreted as her other future self, the super-human Lady of Golden Dawn.

Zur freien Verbreitung! Distribute freely! Bertram Eljon (und Sofia Ewa) Holubek, Zuelpicher St. 300, 50937 Koeln, Deutschland, Ga-Jewas Planet / Fragen? Kommentare? Questions? Comments? Send your E-Mail to beljonde{ät]yahoo.de