August 03, 2011

GRINDERS Doc

Watch it online here for £1

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August 02, 2011

sometimes is it worth quitting when you lose to just standard stuff?

I had these three hands today in quick succession. I know the hands are standard, but should I have quit? - because i didnt play well after, infact I spewed 3 times. I think a 3BI stop loss is probably a great idea for me. Ivey has a one buyin stop loss according to Nikachu, so surely if its good enough for him its good enough for Acombfosho haha!

BTN: $101.23
Hero (SB): $104.00
BB: $126.76
UTG: $177.69
CO: $101.50

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is SB with A of spades K of hearts
2 folds, BTN raises to $2.50, Hero raises to $9, 1 fold, BTN calls $6.50

Flop: ($19.00) 9 of diamonds 5 of diamonds A of clubs(2 players)
Hero bets $12.00, BTN calls $12

Turn: ($43.00) 3 of hearts(2 players)
Hero bets $21.00, BTN calls $21

River: ($85.00) Q of spades(2 players)
Hero bets $61.50, BTN calls $59.23 all in

Final Pot: $203.46
BTN shows A of diamonds Q of hearts
Hero shows A of spades K of hearts
BTN wins $200.46
(Rake: $3.00)


SB: $140.85
BB: $119.01
UTG: $50.58
Hero (MP): $100.00
CO: $98.50
BTN: $117.34

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is MP with K of spades K of hearts
1 fold, Hero raises to $3, CO calls $3, 2 folds, BB raises to $12, Hero raises to $27, 1 fold, BB raises to $118.01, Hero calls $73 all in

Flop: ($203.50) J of spades 7 of spades 7 of diamonds(2 players - 1 is all in)

Turn: ($203.50) A of diamonds(2 players - 1 is all in)

River: ($203.50) 3 of spades(2 players - 1 is all in)

Final Pot: $203.50
BB shows A of clubs K of diamonds
Hero mucks K of spades K of hearts
BB wins $182.49
BB wins $18.01
(Rake: $3.00)


BB: $67.34
UTG: $190.13
MP: $101.00
CO: $176.95
Hero (BTN): $100.00
SB: $107.00

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is BTN with K of clubs A of diamonds
UTG raises to $3, 2 folds, Hero calls $3, 1 fold, BB calls $2

Flop: ($9.50) 9 of diamonds K of diamonds A of hearts(3 players)
BB checks, UTG bets $7.00, Hero calls $7, BB calls $7

Turn: ($30.50) 3 of hearts(3 players)
BB checks, UTG bets $21.00, Hero calls $21, BB folds

River: ($72.50) 9 of spades(2 players)
UTG bets $68.00, Hero raises to $69, UTG calls $1

Final Pot: $210.50
UTG shows 3 of clubs 3 of diamonds
Hero shows K of clubs A of diamonds
UTG wins $207.50
(Rake: $3.00)

I like the way I played these, I just hate my results... obviously a stupid attitude but I just cant help feeling like its unfair! I will have my coach review this and see what he thinks about stop losses, what do u guys think about stop loss?

day off tomorrow in full i think. Read the dont listen to phil hellmuth book and finish sirlins playing to win, then go out and get drunk with my mate reeder for his bday!

Posted By Acombfosho at 11:55 PM

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August 02, 2011

US debt talks..

This picture:
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made me think about this video:

 from the book how an economy grows by Irwin Shiff


 which made me think about this picture:

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August 01, 2011

Playing to win by Sirlin


"Playing to Win Becoming the Champion "

For me, this is a great book about winning 'mind sports', perhaps the best ever written - its designed for online gamers and competitive arcade video gamers. I think it applies very well to online poker. I first read this about 3 years ago and I just stumbled upon it today once again. Enjoy!

Also while on the subject of psychology, a good intro to confidence from the book The Confidence Gap is a worthy read. I am thinking about buying this book.. anyone else read it? 

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Above is a pic of me and parker 'playing to win' - one of my fave pics and makes me lol everytime i see it, this was taken in Chiang Mai in Thailand during Songkran festival

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July 31, 2011

good day at the office

Glad to report that today I had a nice day of poker, no real hard decisions. I played generally TAG poker and it feels very comfortable to play. I am happy with how it went today and I want to keep on playing in this way, I get into way less marginal spots and my hands pretty much play themselves postflop. Still down for the month but this has helped claw it back quite a bit, with rb only down 1.5 buyins for the month so I am fairly happy as I was down 2k at one point earlier this month.

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TAGGIEFTW


 of hearts this video and tune! 

Biggest Loser 2day

UTG: $65.90
Hero (CO): $102.50
BTN: $207.21
SB: $166.50
BB: $116.34

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is CO with 5 of clubs 5 of spades
1 fold, Hero raises to $3, 1 fold, SB calls $2.50, 1 fold

Flop: ($7.00) 5 of diamonds K of diamonds 7 of spades(2 players)
SB checks, Hero bets $4.50, SB calls $4.50

Turn: ($16.00) 8 of clubs(2 players)
SB checks, Hero bets $12.50, SB calls $12.50

River: ($41.00) 2 of hearts(2 players)
SB checks, Hero bets $26.00, SB raises to $146, Hero calls $56.50 all in

Final Pot: $206.00
Hero mucks 5 of clubs 5 of spades
SB shows 8 of spades 8 of diamonds
SB wins $139.50
SB wins $63.50
(Rake: $3.00)

Biggest Winner 2day

BB: $102.50
UTG: $61.50
MP: $33.58
CO: $34.50
Hero (BTN): $100.00
SB: $116.05

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is BTN with 8 of clubs 8 of spades
UTG calls $1, 2 folds, Hero raises to $3, SB calls $2.50, BB calls $2, UTG calls $2

Flop: ($12.00) 8 of hearts 7 of spades 5 of clubs(4 players)
SB checks, BB bets $8.00, UTG calls $8, Hero raises to $27, SB folds, BB raises to $98.50, UTG calls $50.50 all in, Hero calls $70 all in

Turn: ($264.50) A of diamonds(3 players - 2 are all in)

River: ($264.50) 8 of diamonds(3 players - 2 are all in)

Final Pot: $264.50
BB shows 7 of hearts 7 of diamonds
UTG mucks T of clubs 9 of clubs
Hero shows 8 of clubs 8 of spades
Hero wins $77.00
Hero wins $184.50
(Rake: $3.00)

See ya next month

Posted By Acombfosho at 10:32 PM

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July 29, 2011

some of my favourite quotes

“Playing it safe will never get you to the top. More important is that you have the balls to bet at the right time. If you want to succeed you need to have a gamblers attitude” - Ilari Sahamies 

“My country is the world, and my religion is to do good.” - Thomas Paine

"It does not matter how slow you go so long as you do not stop." 
- Wisdom of Confucius

"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost."
— John Quincy Adams

"Whether he likes it or not, a man's character is stripped bare at the poker table; if the other poker players read him better than he does, he has only himself to blame. Unless he is both able and prepared to see himself as others do, flaws and all, he will be a loser in poker, as in life." - Tony Holden, Big Deal

“We lie loudest when we lie to ourselves.”
- Eric Hoffer

"Nobody ever committed suicide while reading a good book, but many have while trying to write one."
- R. Byrne

"It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong." – Voltaire

"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace in a continual state of alarm (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing them with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." – H. L. Mencken

"Lifes just a game of inches" - Al Pacino in Any Given Sunday

"A truth’s initial commotion is directly proportional to how deeply the lie was believed. It wasn’t the world being round that agitated people but that the world wasn’t flat. When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic. " Dresden James

"all truth goes through three stages, first it is ridiculed, second it is opposed, finally it is accepted as self-evident" - Arthur Schoepenhouer

"The ultimate ignorance is the rejection of something you know nothing about and refuse to investigate."
– Dr. Wayne Dyer

"Veri universum vivus vici" - Latin phrase meaning 'By the power of Truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe'

"If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him."
— Benjamin Franklin

"Non schola sed vita decimos" (Only the educated are free)
— Epictetus (AD 50-125)

"It's harder to conceal ignorance than to acquire knowledge."
— Arnold Glasgow

"The mind is the man, and knowledge mind; a man is but what he knoweth."
— Francis Bacon 

"Knowledge will forever govern ignorance, and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives."
— James Madison

"As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information."
— Benjamin Disraeli 

"The advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty."
— James Madison 

"Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for."
- Socrates 

“Just play every hand, you can’t miss them all.”
- Sammy Farha

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July 28, 2011

Getting a real job... probably the best thing I could do for my poker?

I have just been talking to DC's newest coach - Crackmonkey - who is a very nice bloke, check out his coaching profile. One thing came up while talking about coaching with him and it made me realise why I am "stuck" at 100nl, see Luigi's post about this here yesterday. Basically I realised that while I have my own leaks (see my spew thread), I am already quite aware of them, and have a process I learned from Jared Tendler which is very effective with dealing with them and my mental leaks. What has prevented me from moving up as far as I could have done so far in poker is pretty simple, it is not lack of coaching. I have had 1-to1 coaching for perhaps 50 hours with players who play as high as 50/100 (that is NL10k not 50nl and 100nl incase you were wondering!). 

So what was it?

The main thing is that I went off to do the 'poker pro' thing way too early. I had a 35 buyins bankroll and a little bit of extra money spare and that was it. and here I am today 4 months shy of 2 years later I am still hovering around the same limits! In that time I have made over 350 buyins, lots more when I count rake-back, yet still at pretty much the same limit, in makeup in a stake that went bad and have basically ended up in a worse state than when I started, all because of one, very simple, often talked about, seemingly obvious fundamental problem - playing on too short of a roll, not having enough saved up outside of poker and not having enough experience to understand that sometimes you can run really bad when you take shots!

So I've just come to a realization, here I am today... Constantly wondering why I am 'struggling' with poker, why I cant move up, why this why that, refining my game, being brutally honest with myself about my flaws, reading and rereading every poker book I can get hold of, looking for study groups, taking notes on videos, getting coaching, doing sweat sessions, posting hand histories, working on my mental game... and ultimately thinking I CANT MOVE UP! However, this is far from the truth, I have not given myself a true opportunity to move up. Aside from perhaps putting in a mammoth 300 hour month for a couple months straight, I have been pretty much working on my game fairly consistently for a number of years now. 

So it hit me, get a job, stop relying on poker to provide your income for a while, let yourself build up a proper bankroll and stop withdrawing! 

And that is exactly what I am doing now, I signed a job contract today and I am looking forward to having a proper job for the first time... well ever! Not only is it something that actually will be a great experience to do and open up more doors for the future, but it also helps me in my goals of moving up as a poker player. I can build up my BR and never have to withdraw again. I can move up in limits steadily as my natural winning allows and not have to rely on a mega grind or a super heater to pay the bills at the end of the month. Its something that came to me while I was talking to Crackmonkey, he let me know he was the newest DC coach and I checked out his profile. Turns out he has a real day job as a software engineer. I thought I had heard about that from another new coach too, and to confirm my suspicions it was true, blah234 is also a software engineer too! So that is two great poker players, both having real jobs... hmm that got me thinking.. It occurred to me there and then, I have done LOADS of this type of coaching stuff, why am I always looking for the next coach and the next magic pill? and here is the result of my thinking in this post. It then just struck me. You are putting too much emphasis on the short term. If you get a job and work on your game n your spare time, you will be better off. 

My goals for poker have now changed. No longer does poker exist to pay the bills and lifestyle expenses. Poker exists now for the challenge of becoming the best player I can be and moving up to as high as I can get to.

Perhaps getting a real job is the best decision I could ever make for my poker career.

Posted By Acombfosho at 11:12 PM

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July 28, 2011

mental A+ game

This is a clearer version of what to do when you are on tilt and how to prevent it as well as play better while on tilt. Anyway, with regards to mental state....

A good thing to do is to write out the triggers you notice; do you get hot headed, does your heart beat faster, do you start to click aimlessly on the HUD to find some stat or other to search for clues as what to do, do you sweat, do you get short of breath, do you check the balance, the winnings losses for the session, do you fold a weak hand like Q3 preflop only to see the board come Q33 and then two fish get all in only to get pissed off and wish you'd have just played that shit this one time?

These are all different examples of things I feel are my triggers. If I notice a couple of these triggers then its a good sign I am on the way to full blown tilt and its time to stop and sit out for a while. Recognising your triggers is a skill, as is learning to be able to pull yourself away to get recomposed. If you can get to the point where you recognise the trigger and then mentally reset yourself at the table and carry on grinding, while not affecting your performance, that is the main goal. 

However it will take training to do this, you cant train to run a marathon by sprinting 100 meters every few days, you get used to sitting out and mentally resetting yourself, then work on making your re-composure more efficient, as well as noticing your triggers sooner and recomposing quicker so that your mentality is correct to play the hand in front of you in the most +EV manner.

With regards to your play, Jared Tendler points out that the mistakes we make when we are on tilt are opportunities to learn our fundamental thoughts. Emotions do not play the hands for you, what they do instead is cut off the rational part of your brain from making logical 'in the moment' decisions. What happens as a result of this is that you then revert back to what you would consider to be the 'standard' play and your procedural memory kicks in and plays the hand for you.

So if you are on Tilt but have been playing poker seriously for a while, it is very unlikely you would start to tilt and then opening 72o. Its become so ingrained in your procedural memory that you just fold 72o in any situation that it will not be a problem. However, while you are on tilt other problems will become apparent. Say you are in an emotional mindset and then you flat a 3 bet OOP with 56s and check call down on an A624T board. This is an opportunity to correct your procedural memory, you were not thinking straight, and you called down second pair in a 3 bet pot. A huge error. Yet you didnt call 72o preflop, a small error in comparison. The difference is that this 3bet pot spot is not ingrained in your procedural memory.

The more you recognise spots like this which come up and give you problems 'while you were on tilt' - its an opportunity to learn something about the leaks you have in your game and to combat them head on using the 5 step process Jared Tendler lays out in his book and videos.

The five steps to fixing your leaks are:

1. Write out the mistake and be as specific as possible. 

2. Write out the rationale behind your play and why you currently make this play consistently.

3. Write out why the rationale behind #2 is flawed. 

4. Write out a correction that directly challenges step #1.

5. Write out why your correction is correct. Directly challenges step #2.

EXAMPLE -

leak:
reason I think this:
reason this thinking is flawed:
correction:
reason why the correction is the most logical:


So, heres one of mine - 3 bet pots

leak: In 3 bet pots I call down v light post flop because I think people are bluffing a lot.

reason I play this way: People 3 bet light a lot in my games and I do not want to get exploited.

highlighting the flawed logic: People 3 bet for value or as a bluff. People tend to give up on hopeless bluffs post flop, so calling down lightly post flop is costing you lots of money. When you are facing a strong range, bluff catching is a -EV play.

correction: I do not call down light in 3bet pots just because people 3bet bluff a lot preflop. I call because it is +Ev and I fold if it is -EV.

reason the correction is logical: Players at small stakes rarely bluff 3 streets in 3 bet pots because attacking strong ranges is a bad idea, balance is not as big of a factor at small stakes and regs are not bluffing as often as you would like to imagine.

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If you can first of all learn to recognise the triggers you have which set you on the road towards tilt, list them and get good at spotting them as soon as they come up during playing and take a step back to reset your mind before you are over the deep end. Second of all list the plays you make while you are 'on tilt' and your procedural memory is making your decisions for you. Attack them with the 5 step protocol and then keep an eye out for improvement.

Posted By Acombfosho at 01:24 AM

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July 28, 2011

Dont Listen to Phil Hellmuth..

Leatherass and some other guy.. lol, I mean Dusty Schmidt and Paul Hoppe, have written a new-ish book called Don't Listen to Phil Hellmuth. I am about 50 pages into the book, and so far and I like it. I feel that it is a little long winded in its explanations but the concepts are very good so far even though so far they are not points which I haven't heard before. However the structure of the book is nice so far and I will look forward to finishing it. After I have read the book in full I am going to write a review of it and as usual take my notes. Yesterday I re-read Treat Your Poker Like A Business in one sitting as it is a pretty quick read. Its definitely a solid book, and always worth another look every 6 months.

I started re-reading Professional No Limit Holdem V 1 and I think that its good after the second half of the book, the first 130 pages are really pretty basic for 'professional poker' but planning hands from about midway onward are useful things to always work on and understand.

Played a little session today, ended up a few buyins but nothing spectacular happened. I'm still down more than 1k for the month but I am feeling the benefits of working through some of my procedural memory leaks and emotional triggers recently. Last hand got it in with AK v AA in a HU match today and was not very bothered about it, just a standard situation, then villain sat out and left. The thing I did think about was that I should probably have stopped playing him as soon as I realized he was competent. We traded back and forth for a good hour or so and in the end we got it in pre AK v AA and I was dominated but the lesson to learn is that in reality the edges I had against this guy I was playing were so small that when you factor in the rake it is kind of a waste of time. Now, this was at a 6max table and we were waiting for other players to join, but after more than one hour of playing the table was still only us two guys HU. I should have stopped after a dozen hands and just looked for better action elsewhere.

I have to send off my documents to Korea to get the flights and visa sorted via DHL or FEDex, however it will have my passport, degree and criminal record sealed inside so its pretty important it doesnt get lost. Which service is best in the UK as Ive never really sent a parcel with important documents in that far overseas (postcards don't really count!).. any one know that would be nice if you could tell me who is the best and the fastest! Thanks 

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leatherass podcasts from DC:

http://podcasts.deucescracked.com/deuceplays/Deuce_Plays_-_Epsiode_103_-_12-28-2010_-_Leatherass_Part_1.mp3

http://podcasts.deucescracked.com/deuceplays/Deuce_Plays_-_Episode_104_-_1-4-2011_-_Leatherass_Part_2.mp3

thanks to sandr1x (i linked them in this post so i could save target as..)

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July 25, 2011

crazy shit from the norway nut Anders Behring Breivik who went on a killing spree

Perhaps it may be too early for this type of a post but I have been reading the '2083 European declaration of independence' by the man who just killed over 90 people in Norway, Anders Behring Breivik. 

I am reading parts of his long long 1500+ page document and basically skimming it. 

From what I can gather, his whole philosophy revolves around the idea that there is a massive conspiratorial movement to destroy European national identity and to create a cultural-marxist-state replacing traditional European values with socialistic multicultural values. He goes on about this idea in much detail for hundreds of pages in what is a relatively coherent work. It basically reads like a draft of a thesis you would read at any university. It seems as if it is just basically written as an argument aimed at intellectually convincing people that his view point correct, yet at the same time it oozes of frustration that his views are not shared by the majority of the population, and as a consequence he feels they are brainwashed by this vast 'cultural-marxist' conspiracy; so it becomes a self serving philosophy. The more people disagree with his view, the more they are brainwashed, and the more 'control' the marxists have over Europe and hence the only way to stop them is through martyrdom to 'make the people see the truth'.

From his writing I think he genuinely believes he was trying to remove a generation of people who would be very influential in spreading multicultural ideas and further 'destroy (his perception of) European national identity. 

He goes on at length about the Islamic faith and how he feels it is a fundamentally evil religion which further integration in Europe will only lead to massive social problems, further conflicts and more reasons why the integration of Islam into Europe is another example of how cultural-marxists are planning to destroy nationalism within European countries. He gives loads of examples and quotes and seems to source most of his stuff, however at the same time some of his writing was just plain silly, especially towards the end, and even more so in the Q and A section he wrote which reads as though he is answering the questions he would be expected to be asked for his' martyrdom'

Individual flaws are very often related to the flaws of society. I used to be a relatively self centered, arrogant individual who didn’t care much for anyone except my closest friends and family. I used to have pretty shallow ambitions where the goal of personal acquisitionof wealth, gaining admiration from other shallow individuals and the attempt of gaining unlimited access to sex and parties was the driving force behind my existence. Pretty pathetic when you think about it really, but it’s as we know quite common in a society incomplete moral decay where you are completely detached from your extended family, your community, the Church and with little national and cultural identity and pride etc.It’s a natural result of a fanatically consumerist society where the highest virtue and theessence of your existence is based on feeding your own ego. You become a zombie where the highlight of your day is purchasing a 1000 Euro garment or a 100 Euro sushi meal, or getting a blowjob from someone you met outside the toilet at a club that Saturday. On your way home you see a girl getting gang-raped by 4 Somalis. You don’t offer it much thought as the slag probably had it coming anyway... Why should you risk your health for someone you don’t know? And the poor Somalis are probably only acting out as a result of centuries of European colonialism. Poor fellas. Society should take responsibility and offer these under privileged individuals better accommodations and more rights, perhaps affirmative action would ensure that they feel at home, that they finally would like us? How can we be so cruel and treat them this way?

This part inparticular stands out as someone who is deeply confused about morals, himself, the world, other people, even like he wants more multi cultural ism? He kind of sounds like a nice guy. Then he goes and kills a bunch of children and basically ruins any credibility he can ever have of being able to logically argue his belief system. And in fact, if anything, only plays into the 'cultural-marxist' hands (if there are even any) he so vigorously hates!

Q: Have you ever broken the law before?
A: I made art/damage on various walls without permission when I was very young (graffiti phase from age 13-16). In retrospect I understood that it wasn’t a very nice thing to do. I was fined once and had to spend two weeks with a friend scrubbing busses.I haven’t done anything illegal since then.

 This makes no sense to me! No crime at all then just goes absolutely nuts.

What is more, these murders were all a part of a master plan, probably played out in his own mind thousands of times, that he had been planning it for years - SIMPLY IN ORDER TO GET HIS BOOK WIDELY PUBLISHED:

Q: Personal achievements that you are most proud of?
A: I started the early stage of the planning phase (financing the operation) around 2002 by developing a company from scratch: Anders Behring Breivik ENK later converted to E-Commerce Group AS. During the next years I had a total of 7 employees in five different countries: 1 person in the US, 2 in Russia, 1 in Romania, 1 in Indonesia and 2 in Norway.From year 2002 to 2006 I made approximately 4 million NOK. The business concept was the outsourcing of programming services to clients in the US and Europe by using labour in Indonesia, Russia and Romania. The products ranged from web sites to advancedsoftware solutions.As noted, this, the financing stage, was as you may know a sub-task of a bigger operation, which is still in progress. The creation of this compendium is actually a largerand more central task in this process, as I would never have had enough funds to create it if wasn’t for my earlier financial/business ventures. The actual military operation is also a sub-task as well as it is a marketing method for the distribution of this compendium among other things.

Its kind of incredible that he had planned this for so long and just cant see he is in fact using the advances in multiculturalism in order to further his aim at ending 'Marxist-multiculturalism'!

I am in shock at the scale of this operation and how long he has planned it. That is seriously fucked up. Further he is deluded by what he sees as a great and victorious mission which will be hailed as perfect in the future:

I have been thinking about my post-operational situation, in case I survive a successful mission and live to stand a multiculturalist trial. When I wake up at the hospital, after surviving the gunshot wounds inflicted on me, I realize at least for me personally, I will be waking up to a world of shit, a living nightmare. Not only will all my friends and family detest me and call me a monster; the united global multiculturalist media will have their hands full figuring out multiple ways to character assassinate, vilify and demonize. Theywill possibly do everything they can to distort the truth about me, KT and our true objectives, and attempt to make even revolutionary conservatives detest me. They willlabel me as a racist, fascist, Nazi-monster as they usually do with everyone who opposes multiculturalism/cultural Marxism. However, since I manifest their worst nightmare (systematical and organized executions of multiculturalist traitors), they will probably just give me the full propaganda rape package and propagate the following accusations: pedophile, engaged in incest activities, homosexual, psycho, ADHD, thief, non-educated, inbred, maniac, insane, monster etc. I will be labeled as the biggest (Nazi-)monster everwitnessed since WW2.I have an extremely strong psyche (stronger than anyone I have ever known) but I am seriously contemplating that it is perhaps biologically impossible to survive the mental,perhaps coupled with physical torture, I will be facing without completely breaking down on a psychological level. I guess I will have to wait and find out. Regardless of the above cultural Marxist propaganda; I will always know that I am perhaps the biggest champion of cultural conservatism, Europe has ever witnessed since 1950. I am one of many destroyers of cultural Marxism and as such; a hero of Europe, a savior of ourpeople and of European Christendom – by default. A perfect example which should be copied, applauded and celebrated. The Perfect Knight I have always strived to be. A Justiciar Knight is a destroyer of multiculturalism, and as such; a destroyer of evil and a bringer of light. I will know that I did everything I could to stop and reverse the European cultural and demographical genocide and end and reverse the Islamisation of Europe.

 Maybe this whole document is a scam but I doubt it because it is simply so long and relates to so much of what has happened. Anyway, i have read it too long now about 4 hours and its fucking with my mind that someone can be this dedicated to a crazy idea to think that killing a load of people will ever solve anything

Posted By Acombfosho at 03:29 AM

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