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  1. Doubt theres much privacy living in Brooklyn. Curtains would’ve helped or maybe he was fed up.

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    • Viking Life Blog · January 5

      Yeah! It’s hard to tell. The picture could have been taken relative far away and they properly have tall buildings there. The tallest building I have been in, was a hotel in New York, I believe we lived at 28th floor and there were around 40 or 50 floors. I think, that there might be a handful of buildngs with 25-30 floors in Copenhagen.

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      • I detest cities they are holding pens/cages for folks and even natural areas are commodified. Cities are zoos for people. In the distant past it might of been different with cultural, scientific, and noble ideals though not so with the modern age. I prefer the rural.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 5

        I tend to agree. Maybe it could have been better, but multi-kulti. I am planning to move away from Copenhagen one day, somewhere nice in country side.

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  2. ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 5

    I used to believe in going completely off-grid, truth be told Natassja & I still have our eyes set on a piece of land, yet it is not deep within the countryside, this is why I invested in the condo (So I can flip the property in 3-4 years). Then covid-19 happened which not only changed my plans but gleaned new insight to our current shared predicament. Life is not easy for anyone; we cannot simply just uproot our livelihood & run away to some outside theoretical venture either.

    However, lately every idiot on the American-Right – Red Ice & (company) included has been harping on the “parallel society” narrative the same narrative L.C.//V.V. “Oldman Larsson Vik” was promoting for years, “normie” YT is literally bombarded with going off the grid type content, even the magazine section at my local grocery store which I frequent is pushing “going off grid & low-tech” narrative with the entire shelf being said topic. This is a trend therefore I question what is really at play here.

    A man with more than himself to care for does not act like a constant piss-ant, those who have responsibility upon others should know better. Honestly, this man was an idiot for drawing attention like this, how dumb do you have to be. Putting the “Blutfahne” out for prying eyes to partake of is not admirable behavior.

    Lastly, a question to the men here. How many of you guys are willing to risk losing your woman on the concept of becoming a farmer for the rest of your days? Not I.

    Everyone wants to live in the past be it the 1950s, 1930s, 1820s or Year 100 because they never lived through it themselves, we are granted retrospective & often take for granted they did not have it any easier than us & more than likely have had it worse than us! We live in the now & not then, this world is not ideal, but it is the only we have if we want to improve, we need to work at it.

    Germanic people are creative & industrious problem solvers we need to stop cosigning our future to our opponents because not even Russians are regressing in the XXI century.

    ARDITI has been one of favorite bands for the past thirteen years, they have openly stated they are inspired by the “Italian Futurism Movement” of the early 20th century. A weak man looks to the past but does not move forward, we need strong men to utilize this very crucial “creative principle” towards the future!

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    • Viking Life Blog · January 6

      I don’t have first hand experience with “going off grid & low-tech” or living in USA.

      “parallel society” is a good idea, but more “damage control” and “moving on” than a direct solution to our problems.

      I have heard of veterans living in some thing like tents in the forest, but have not heard of anybody really “going off grid” in Denmark. Population density to high and infrastructure too developed. But living in country side is much cheaper than city, espcially compared to Copenhagen and the other “large”cities. So one could live for much less, a husband can take care of his family relative easily and then there is child support, tax refund on transport to work, low ground tax, etc..

      You can not drive more than about one hour away from Copenhagen with out leaving Zealand. The more industrial work is usually outside the big cities, there is properly a higher % of value-making work in country side/around small cities, too. Like craftsman, farming, heavy industry, etc.. I imagine, that you can find something similar in parts of USA.

      ” this world is not ideal, but it is the only we have if we want to improve, we need to work at it.”

      “Germanic people are creative & industrious problem solvers we need to stop cosigning our future to our opponents because not even Russians are regressing in the XXI century.”

      I agree.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 6

        Jensen, also do not forget the legal paperwork of going off-grid as well the benefits vary depending on the country your living within.

        I understand those benefits but you’re not thinking of the obstacles either, are you prepared to get up every morning before light as part of a routine just to feed yourself – To maintain the cycle of livestock & crops?

        Not to mention if you find a farmhouse you’re not going to leave as is, if it requires renovation you’ll need to do if you intend to improve living standards (which is not cheap) I am talking from experience here that there be legal pressure as well for instance city ordinances which still apply off-grid maybe less so but you’re not exempt of the law of the land. For example, if you have an out of date gas connection you will be fined, plumbing, insulation such as asbestos removal etc.

        Also in the Midwest Farmhouses have horrible foundation it is literally pyres on cinder-blocks 99% of the time, that is not secure foundation just as well it is Termite & Wood Rot prone. Say hypothetically if I went back to Germany & went off-grid in the Thuringia forest or even the Faroes islands which believe me I really want to settle off-grid in the Faroes so Natassja would not have to leave her homeland. However, there is a severe lack of work for me there atop of that the transition to either Germany or Denmark (off-grid) would have been very costly for me, because you cannot just 1,2,3 boom – go off-grid you have to live in the city/town 1st, work, (Naturalize) I am just referring to language skills either, as well learn new laws of the land. Then there is finance – converting financial assets from last country of residence of which most had higher value former country (lose some in conversion) & then produce an entirely separate financial foundation within a new land. None of these things are a smooth transition & more than likely would have hurt me financially more so than benefited me.

        Within the Americas and some extent Europe, Industrial work is limited to low-tech & low intellect skills (no insult intended) we’re in the 21st century why do you think Industrial work is outside the city? because Industrial labor has downsized due to advancement in automation infrastructure hence an increase upon S.T.E.M. field specialization we’re not living in the 20th century anymore, we are not even living in modernity technically, in fact within the 21st century it is Post-Modern times we live in, with a very different dynamic insofar to labor force, economy & tech.

        That being I have zero interest working in the fields of the 20th century “Industrial Labor” or being a craftsman which is a very 19th century vocation that is shrinking rapidly, like I said previously “Staying ahead of the curve” no one is going to need an “Industrial Designer” in the boonies somewhere, hence it does really benefit me nor does it benefit my woman to down-grade.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        I agree, in general.

        I didn’t meen to defend “off-grid” and have no plan to do so myself. I was trying to make a point about opportunities in country side. I was refering to what I been thinking and the topic in general. I just guess, that since USA is so big there might be places somehow similar.

        I try to make a cost benefit analysis in regard to my own life and it seems like a good idea to move to country side, it might be a bad idea for others and it might turn out to be a bad idea all together.
        I am not trying to give advise, because it’s something I know very little about.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        I believe simply that men should live wherever they can thrive without having to concede to another man’s narrative or trends, we can be successful in the city or in the hinterlands it just depends on which is most advantageous for us (per-situation).

        The last we need is Absolutism running amok like zealous preachers. Frankly, there is a lot of people who feel that living in the city or choosing a city life makes you weak or a degenerate shill, that be no different than saying everyone who lives off-grid is some ignorant regressive bumpkin.

        Intelligent people don’t think in Black & White concepts, i.e. Absolutism I feel the Dissident-right is often guilty of this especially within American circles as of late.

        Both generalizations are very unfair, we cannot place judgement for “Geographical Preferences” better we judge for merit, actions & character.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        I agree, some people are very fixed on their point of view. Like a certain French guy.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        You would be surprised how many Americans want to emulate him ever since he lost all of his European followers.

        The only thing worst than an Odalist, is an American with those same ideas.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        I am surpriced to read about the lost European followers, what happened?

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        After he lost his 1st four YT channels he lost the 1st half of his European followers who were strictly on YT, then the Twitter wars began & he became active 24/7 as of mid-late 2020 his remaining half of European followers fell out with him.

        Presently all his primary followers are from the U.S.A. South America, Spain, Southern Italy, Turkey, Greece, Iran & China.

        His only die-hard European Followers are French & I mean the swarthy dubious Frenchmen from the Southern outskirts.

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    • Viking Life Blog · January 6

      A “parallel society” can be in a big city, too. Just look at what Jews and Muslims do.
      When I think of “parallel society” it’s not just making a village out in nowhere. It could be making private schools in big cities, private gyms, entertainment industry, etc. etc..

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 6

        I understand your reference just like the U.S. Military for instance which is itself like another society with it’s own separate culture & internal rules.

        However, that is not what I am getting at, those on the Right touting “Parallel Society” actually think they’ll be untouchable which is foolish, no matter how compartmentalized groups become they’re still subject to all the same governance & legal obligations as the rest.

        Jews and Muslims might act the part of exempt but beyond paperwork litigation & bureaucracy they’re not any more special than the lot, I think many often forget that key reality & place larger than life emphasis on people or places just because they feel at a disadvantage, so much they want to run away to the boonies and think…

        That if they ignore the legions of Mordor while living as Hobbits on the Shire, that the forces of Mordor will ignore them.

        That is the ultimate point I am stressing here.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        Yeah, it’s their “black wall street” LARPing. Or at least it sounds like that, I don’t really know about those people. I don’t watch much Red Ice for example. I don’t even remember the last time.

        The Hobbits are naive.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        Yea I don’t watch much Red Ice, I only watch it with Natassja when we have the mood to watch them, but even lately Lana is getting on her nerves as well.

        Basically Lana’s big mouth ruins half the podcast if it had any redeemable value to begin with.

        Yes, Hobbits are naive, so best not imitate them.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        I am corret in saying that Red Ice have moved away from the ‘interview podcast platform’?

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        They don’t really do standard podcasts anymore they do the Flashback Friday (amalgamated news update) & holiday specials which equates to one large podcast with many people coming on the platform & speaking. Sometimes the speakers make the episode more tolerable oftentimes the speakers are worse combined with Lana’s very American Extroversion.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        The hour long standard podcasts was what made them worth listening to, when the guest was right ofcause.
        I never really watched Flashback Friday.

        I hope they have a positive impact with their new style, because I imagine they have lost followers with the change.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        They have actually lost very many followers since they changed format. Presently they’re stuck with Bitchute demographics which is horrendous in its own right & hence reflects Red ice both Henrik & Lana how downgraded insofar to their personalities.

        Henrik is more tinfoil then ever and Lana is just another loud American woman.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        Sad. Henrik seems like a nice guy.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 7

        Henrik is a nice guy, too nice for his own good. Lana was not always annoying she was more tolerable in 2015.

        When you hang around stupid people long enough the stupid has a habit of rubbing off onto you, vice versa for Lana more so, Henrik was always Tinfoil but I think he is falling upon old habits because that since leaving YT he had to down-grade his audience.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 7

        Maybe she was also more tolerable, because of their old style of interview podcast where the guest did most of the talking.

        Yeah, I did not know Red Ice in their Tinfoil days. I am even afraid to watch their stuff now. Too depressing!

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