I just moved to Sweden from the US. I was born and raised there, but after just a couple trips to Europe, I realised I didn't belong there anymore. With every subsequent trip it got even more painful to return. I think trip 8 or 9 was the breaking point. Fortunately my mother is fully English and I could get a UK passport through her.
My main problems with the US are...well almost everything there is horrible and most of the people are just dumb as stumps. My complaints ranged from the relatively petty such as no usage of or awareness of the metric system, celsius, useless date/time formats, etc. Then the more offensive things which are their attitudes towards the rest of the world. I'm a big lover of "the world" in general. I love to travel and explore. Most Americans can't even point out more than a couple European countries on a map. The general attitude is that the rest of the world basically doesn't even exist aside from maybe the "one in a lifetime" trip for "lucky" people. You can imagine how I'd blow people's minds when I'd go on a long weekend trip to Europe.
I could go on forever about things such as terrible driving habits, no ability to make decisions with logic and reason, butchering of English, etc.
Anyways, just made the move to Sweden. I'm in Malmö which was probably not the best choice because of its...diversity. I've only been here three days and already I started Googling for race traitor issues in Sweden, and found this place. Nothing breaks my heart and subsequently enrages me quite like seeing a Nordic woman with a...let's say, non-European. It's just horrible. I try to ignore it but can't seem to keep it from getting to me.
I've thought long and hard about the situation in Europe and I'd really be on board with just signing up for some kind of pan-European (or hey, we could start locally) Schutzstaffel to forcibly get rid of them all. Since that's probably not a viable option, I'm left a bit empty for ideas on how to cope with this invasion and destruction of the greatest continent and the greatest people that have ever lived. Japan is good too, and I saw some black-on-Japanese relationships in Japan which nearly made me vomit. WTF are they doing there too? Anyways, the recent EU elections were a great step in the right direction. Big fan of PVV and BNP.
I regard the collapse of the British Empire and the defeat of Nazi Germany as two of the most tragic events in the 20th century. Perhaps second only to the hyper PC attitude that resulted in Europe and the following invasion of non-Europeans. To clarify, I'm not saying everything Nazi Germany did was ok. They should have left western Europe alone and focused on defeating Stalin. That would have been pretty nice. The defeat itself was just shit because it wrecked the country.
I find myself now to be a person without a national identity, which I don't like. I was born and raised in the US, but never felt a part of it. "God Bless America" is not for me. I nearly cringe at the thought of identifying myself as American. I'm British only by lineage and a convenient technicality that let me become a citizen. I now live in Sweden, but even if I spent my entire life here, I'd never be Swedish. Maybe if I lived for a few decades in the UK I might start feeling comfortable identifying myself as British, not sure. I've always been one to point out that just because you live somewhere doesn't mean you're now a member of that nationality. The French national football team for example is not French. I have the deepest love and respect for the greatness of countries such as Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and would fight to the death if I could save them from destruction.
Anyways, that's where I'm coming from. Just saying hello. I've read some posts here and find a lot of like-minded people. I think I'll enjoy these boards.