Some fucking introspection?

As soon as something as horrible as the Oslo bombing and Utöya shooting happens, it is like everybody starts surfing it to further their pet ideologies.

People saying things like “vote right wing parties with nationalistic ideas out” (the feeling of being “silenced” is exactly one of the things that creates McVeighs and Breiviks).

Nationalists will ofcourse claim that the purp was feeling desperate and cornered and felt he had no other option, but that they cant condone his actions (exactly the same argument as Islamist terrorists would use).

I for one emidiatly thought “Islam”.
The fact that i have lived in a country where terrorists where red headed and military was patrolling the streets at bank deliveries (i almost shat myself. If i would have sneezed i would be full of holes now) didnt make a difference.

The fact that i´m aware of Japanese terrorists that where neither Muslims nor Christians didnt make a difference either.

Grant it, Islamic terrorism is over represented in the world FOR NOW.

So here we are, looking at each other.
Seeking that scape goat.

Furthering our ideolical agendas.


Maybe we should be looking at ouselves?
Maybe some fucking introspection?


When i search for polytheism on Tumblr i get a whole lot of not so educated Abrahamic “monotheistic” bullshit, rewriting history and explaining what is wrong with it.

Too bad.

1. To refer to polythistic religions as primitive is not only bigotry but outright stupid.

These are customs and cultures that in many cases where around in one form or another for thousands of years before two guys invented Christianity in Rome (and no, neither was named Jesus and only one of them even met him).

2.Abrahamic “monotheists” (i only consider certain forms of Islam as truly monotheistic. Christianity is a text book case of soft polytheism….just like most forms of Hinduism) like to spell God with a capital “G” when its a monotheistic God, and with a “g” when its a polytheistic God. That says a lot.

3.Romantic shrines to pagan Gods, supposedly Germanic, built in Victorian times or during the nazi romanticism are NOT part of any culture, Germanic or otherwise.

Well. Now there is a post by a polytheist, about polytheism tagged “Polytheism”