The Observer vs. The Participator: Shaping Change

The Observer vs. The Participator: A Calculated Approach to Shaping Change

Embracing Diversity: The Observer vs. The Participator

Updated Aug 2023

The evolving landscape, which our subscribers, particularly those in Europe, especially northern Europe, have brought to our attention, compels us to delve into this issue. It’s disheartening to witness open-minded and easy-going Europeans undergoing a transformation towards heightened assertiveness. Many find themselves forced to fight for their beliefs as they perceive their beloved land slipping from their grasp.

Two distinct perspectives emerge, and, as you are aware, we tend to align with the observer’s viewpoint rather than the participator’s stance. Considering the ever-shifting dynamics in our diverse world, the observer’s role allows for a nuanced assessment of the situation. In a time when change is inevitable, understanding both perspectives becomes essential for navigating the evolving landscape.

The Observer’s Method: A Calculated Assessment

The observer adopts a systematic approach, evaluating the situation through a risk-to-reward lens. Pride, patriotism, ego, and other factors hold no sway in this equation. Instead, the decision-making process hinges solely on the outcome of this analytical assessment. It’s important to acknowledge that embracing this mindset and putting it into practice is no simple feat, often requiring years of dedicated practice to master.

The Observer’s Perspective: Navigating New Cultures and Identities

If we delve deep into history, the concept of homeland becomes somewhat elusive. Land has often changed hands over the centuries and millennia, belonging to various peoples along the way. Unfortunately, our relatively short lifespans can make 200-500 years seem like an eternity when, in reality, it’s not. Consequently, an observer doesn’t dwell on the ‘why’ or ‘what if’ scenarios. Instead, their focus lies in studying emerging trends. If the risk-to-reward ratio leans towards confrontation, they may choose to fight, but if not, they move on.

In most cases, adopting the observer role doesn’t warrant a fight; observers observe without active participation. Engaging in unwarranted conflict would compromise their objectivity, something observers guard fiercely.

However, even the most astute observers can occasionally find themselves drawn into the realm of participators. In this situation, there are two clear options: fight or flee. One flees when fighting is not feasible, and one fights when there’s a belief in the possibility of victory. It’s a delicate balance, and the observer’s perspective remains ever-vigilant.


Strategy and Insight: Fight or Flee in a Complex World

When opting for the ‘fight’ choice, one must commit to a relentless approach, pressing forward until the enemy is not just subdued but utterly terrified by your presence. Your name alone should evoke quivers of fear.

Essentially, you’re not merely fighting a battle; you’re waging a war. Each battle is but one skirmish in a larger conflict. Winning individual fights does not guarantee victory in the overall war.

It’s crucial to recognize that those in power often facilitate the influx of migrants into a country, fully aware of the challenges it may pose. The same group may orchestrate similar operations in nations like the USA. Their aim is to sow discord, as conflicts create a distraction that allows for the imposition of stringent laws, benefiting those in power and amassing vast wealth while exploiting the innocent. Frequently, the true enemy is not who it seems; often, it’s the very individuals you’d instinctively trust the most. The adage “what you think you know can be perilous to your well-being” resonates here.

Avoid viewing people you dislike or disagree with solely through the lens of religion; instead, consider the lens of education. While exceptions exist, some highly educated individuals manipulate religion for personal gain, inciting crowds and causing turmoil for monetary benefits. Generally, extremists within any religious group tend to lack education. Ignorance, irrespective of religion, remains a primary source of conflict, and admitting ignorant individuals into a sophisticated system invariably invites chaos.


Addressing Dependency and Participation: Balancing Act

If individuals who previously had little or nothing now gain access to resources without working, they may exploit the system until it’s drained dry. This, in essence, marks the end of the story. To resolve this issue, cutting off the supply entirely, however harsh or oppressive it may seem to outsiders, becomes a necessity. As observers, this isn’t our preferred mode of operation. Nevertheless, at TI, we’ve emphasized that if one chooses to draw their sword, they must strike a resounding blow that leaves an indelible mark. Failing to do so may warrant sheathing the blade and moving on. Or, as a character in a movie aptly put it, “fight like you mean it or don’t fight at all.”

Consider the following scenario, which exemplifies one of the options available to the participator:

“When you stay in my house, there’s an understanding that we both have the right to set expectations for each other’s conduct. You can’t enter my home and dictate what I should feed you, when meals should be served, or suddenly impose rules about my daily routine and dress code. If such a situation arises, my immediate response should be to escort you to the nearest exit, whether it’s a window or a door. There should be no negotiations, no inquiries into reasons – the game is over.”

Considerations Before Taking Action: The Importance of Commitment

For those contemplating this path, it’s essential to exercise careful deliberation before leaping into action. Half-measures are likely to exacerbate rather than resolve the situation. Choosing to fight means fully committing to maintaining your nation’s standards, even if it necessitates imposing laws that may seem stringent to those not native to the land. There is simply no alternative.

A visit to many third-world countries will swiftly reveal that such laws are standard practice in those regions and remarkably effective at maintaining order.

The Observer’s Calculated Approach: Ensuring Effective Responses

The Observer adopts a stance of non-reaction unless victory is assured. For instance, no exceptions should be granted to individuals who cannot speak the land’s language, except for information about the country’s rules and regulations. In cases of severe crimes like rape, murder, or brutal assault, the punishment should be so severe that it instils fear in potential offenders. One approach is the deportation of the entire family (including siblings, parents, cousins, etc.), while the perpetrator serves their jail sentence before being sent home.

Furthermore, anyone attempting to exploit religion to incite conflict against the predominant native religion or beliefs of a country should face severe consequences, even if they number in the thousands. Second chances should be entirely off the table. It’s worth noting that challenging the religion of a nation in a third-world country often leads to decisive action. Every developed land was once undeveloped, and lessons from history underscore the importance of maintaining stability and order.


The Observer’s Wisdom: Avoiding Religious Conflict

The Observer wisely refrains from involvement in religious confrontations. Religious conflicts and wars represent the most difficult of all confrontations and should never be allowed to gain momentum. We abstain from specifying particular religions for a reason; the issue is not religion itself but rather ignorance and lack of education. An educated mind is liberated, uninterested in mindless conflicts. In this context, education doesn’t necessarily mean a university degree, although it could serve as a practical filter.

In conclusion, we advocate for the observer role, where we evaluate situations and make decisions based on the risk-to-reward ratio. We leave you with this thought: Change is constant, and resistance to it is futile. Instead, we can choose to adapt and thrive or perish in an attempt to resist.

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