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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Cracks in the narrative

The transnational establishment is deeply worried about the way the most recent Muslim murders are upsetting the electorate:
Farage cannot divide us: Fury at 'sickening' attempt by Ukip to use Paris shootings to score political points on multiculturalism. Britain must stand united against attempts by Nigel Farage to use the Paris terror massacre to score political points, senior politicians said today. Tories including David Cameron, Eric Pickles, Theresa May and Grant Shapps joined Labour's Ed Miliband and Dame Tessa Jowell and Lib Dem Nick Clegg in condemning the 'sickening' attempt to exploit the atrocity in which 12 people died.
The reason the atrocities can be effectively exploited by UKIP is because they only happened due to the immigration policies of the French parties that happen to be very, very similar to the policies of the Tory, Labour, and Liberal Democrat parties. The European establishment parties are afraid, and rightly so, that the attacks are assisting the gradual redrawing the European political lines where they rightly belong: between the pro-EU, pro-Muslim, pro-immigration forces and the more numerous nationalist, anti-Muslim, anti-immigration forces:
A day after terror struck Paris, Europe's resurgent far-right and anti-immigrant parties trumpeted a unified message: I told you so.

Populist movements warning of the "Islamization" of Europe have been gaining ground across the continent, in small countries like Denmark and large ones like Britain, Germany and France. The attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo could win more supporters to their cause.

Fears of precisely the kind of commando-style attack that struck the newspaper on Wednesday, killing 12 people, have risen sharply in recent months as home-grown fighters return from Syria and Iraq. Such warnings have been aired across the political spectrum, but it's the anti-immigrant parties that have reaped the biggest benefits. 
What has been ruled out of bounds for more than three decades is finally becoming the political fault line. And the line is not going to be drawn in the favor of those with blood on their hands, in the favor of those whom history will one day damn far more fervently than the Chamberlains and Quislings of a previous generation. Names like Merkel, Hollande, Cameron, and Blair will be reviled across Europe as long as they are remembered.

At the train station, I heard one schoolgirl telling her friends that World War III has started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist. There is a perception that something has dramatically changed in the last week, and indeed, the way in which people are not being hysterical about it over here, but are speaking out rather calmly, strikes me as being all the more ominous for the establishment. As is the fact that #JeSuisCharlieMartel is beginning to trend.

The more the politicians of the major parties attempt to pressure the people into accepting the unacceptable, the more likely it is that the major parties will be replaced by true people's parties. And I suspect Marine Le Pen's protests at Front National being excluded from tomorrow's French "unity" rallies are about as serious as Bre'r Rabbit's pleas not to be thrown in the briar patch.

All of the nationalist parties will do well to turn their backs on the false, antinational unity being offered by the champions of diversity. Consider the PEGIDA statement leading up to what looks to be a record rally on Monday: The Islamists, which PEGIDA has been warning about for 12 weeks, showed France that they are not capable of democracy but rather look to violence and death as an answer," it said. "Our politicians want us to believe the opposite. Must such a tragedy happen here in Germany first???" 

"61 percent of non-Muslim Germans said Islam had no place in the West according to the study released by the Bertelsmann Foundation think tank." And that was prior to the Paris murders.

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142 Comments:

Anonymous clk January 10, 2015 9:35 AM  

This has the makings of a nice firearms thread ....

Anonymous zen0 January 10, 2015 9:44 AM  

A recent article by Goldman/Spengler stated that the Muslims have to become more afraid of non-muslims than they are of the Jihadis in their midst for the problem to be solved, and a Rupert Murdoch tweet has surfaced saying the Muslims have a cancer in their midst and it must be dealt with, basically mirroring the statement by LePen.

There is a new thought in the world. It will be interesting to see if it has legs.

Anonymous Y January 10, 2015 9:51 AM  

"@rupertmurdoch: Maybe most Moslems peaceful, but until they recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer they must be held responsible."

Anonymous Steve January 10, 2015 9:52 AM  

What has been ruled out of bounds for more than three decades is finally becoming the political fault line

Oh yes.

As recently as the early 2000's, but especially during the stiflingly politically correct 90's, the left in Britain had imposed an effective taboo on anybody from the right honestly discussing immigration, lest they be monsterised as "far right". The Conservatives briefly tried to make it an election issue under Michael Howard in 2005, but soon returned to the consensus line.

It was, perhaps ironically, the left-wing Guardian newspaper that made me aware of the scale of the problem we were creating for ourselves. Back in the 90's, when it could still claim with a straight face to be a quality paper, the Guardian ran some remarkably prescient articles on demographics and immigration. One of them was from a Muslim warning us that an entire generation of radicalised British-born Muslim youth was arising in our midst, and sooner or later we'd see the first suicide bombings in Britain.

This was years before the 2001 attacks on America, during those halcyon days when Islamic violence was something that happened in the Middle East, not the West.

You can only push people so far. You can only deny reality for so long. As the Soviet Union discovered between 1989 to 1991, what once seemed permanent can unravel with remarkable speed.

There is a touch of the Weimar Republic about modern Western Europe and its lotus-nibbling elites. This too shall pass.

Anonymous PA January 10, 2015 9:52 AM  

-- "Fury at 'sickening' attempt by Ukip to use Paris shootings to score political points on multiculturalism."

On occasions lime this I thank God for making our enemies ridiculous. The ridiculousness here being the heavy-handed editorializing words "fury" and "sickening."

I'm not furious with nationalists.. I'm not sickened by nationalists.

At thwir apex-influence. the Left in the West used to be intellectually and aesthetically seductive. They no longer are.

Anonymous Stg58 / Animal Mother January 10, 2015 9:58 AM  

Clk,

You mean like an SBR Para FN-FAL on a roof mounted bracket? They've got them now where the bracket attaches to the headliner.

Anonymous Salt January 10, 2015 10:00 AM  

- Britain must stand united against attempts by Nigel Farage to use the observable to score political points.

There, fixed it.

Anonymous zen0 January 10, 2015 10:01 AM  

Op-Ed: The 9/11 of Freedom of Speech in Europe

Now Europeans all say "We are Charlie Hebdo". Lies. Lies. Lies.
Ask "the invisible". .....


Ever since Salman Rushdie, the Western response has been protective custody and appeasement.

Anonymous VD January 10, 2015 10:06 AM  

Big jihadist danger looming everywhere from Philippines to Africa to Europe to US. Political correctness makes for denial and hypocrisy.@rupertmurdoch

Interesting to see him use the very language Marine Le Pen used.

Anonymous Steve January 10, 2015 10:07 AM  

I've always fancied firing one of those SCAR-H's myself. They seem to be a damn sight more fearsome and robust than the grotty L85A1's we used when I was defending Her Majesty and her hairs and accessories. Those things were prone to jam if a speck of dust looked at it funny. The SUSAT is nice though.

OpenID spastic0plastic January 10, 2015 10:11 AM  

Even if you stop immigration the natives are still living nihilistic lives; France would be taken over by animals and plants.

Anonymous clk January 10, 2015 10:14 AM  

Anyone in the west not seeking a daily carry gun with a backup closet loaded with firearms for all types of social work will be like sheep to the slaughter. I expect gun ownership to spike after events like france.

Blogger James Sullivan January 10, 2015 10:14 AM  

In 1995 I took part in a college exchange program that sent me to Leeuwarden, in the Netherlands. While there, I was expected to take part in a seminar class called "Nations and Nationalism".

The gist of it was, of course, that Nationalism is E-V-I-L. Myself and a number of other Americans were regularly subjected to lectures regarding our own country's Nationalistic tendencies that were the root of all evil in the world.

Students who took part in the program came from, besides the Netherlands, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Spain, Greece and Russia.

Interestingly, there were no Germans. But one of the best experiences was the bonding that took place between the American and the Russian students. Because they frequently spoke up for while we were being harangued for our nationalistic tendencies. When American students spoke up, and we certainly did, it was written off as your typical "Ugly American".

We took a tour of a Transportation Camp, Westerbork, where Ann Frank was sent.

And were told that it was the fault of Nationalism, like in the United States, that had caused it. And the coming EU would save the world from such horrors ever happening again.

An eye opening experience, in more ways than one.

Anonymous Brain Death January 10, 2015 10:15 AM  

"...a Rupert Murdoch tweet has surfaced saying the Muslims have a cancer in their midst and it must be dealt with, basically mirroring the statement by LePen"

The problem is, that cancer is at least half the body.

Since the 1970's, if not earlier, the PC narrative is that all non-muslims have to be more accepting, more tolerant, more accommodating, etc... of islam and muslims because poverty, because racism and because colonialism! However, more and more folks are coming to the realization that it is ISLAM that needs to change. MUSLIMS must start doing things differently, NOT everyone else. If they don't learn the rules of civilized behavior, then those rules will be imposed upon them.

Anonymous Steve January 10, 2015 10:23 AM  

spastic0plastic - Sure.

But... one problem at a time.

And, Europe is more heavily populated now than it has ever been in history. This shit is peanuts compared to the Black Death, WW1, WW2, the Huns, the Mongols, or the Umayyad conquest.

And, it's wrong to look at current trends and assume they'll carry on in a straight line forever. History doesn't work like that.

And, all things are connected. Why aren't Europeans having more babies? It's related to our problems with immigration, which is related to the sclerotic welfare state, which is related to high taxation and low time preferences, which are related to what Pope JP II called "the culture of death".

The least attractive feature of what we can loosely call "the right" is the tendency towards pessimism, which leads to fatalism.

You win more battles with a smile on your face and laughter on your lips than you do being a doomy, gloomy misery-guts.

Anonymous Someone's mask has slipped January 10, 2015 10:24 AM  

Western elites appear to be fans of the American writer Ring Lardner, who coined this phrase:

" ' Shut up', he explained".

Blogger Sioux January 10, 2015 10:26 AM  

To accomplish the New World Order, the Old World Order must be destroyed (that is, National Sovereignty). Even the most dense amongst us can now see what the NWO Establishment Oligarchs want to do to us -- This has been accomplished for decades now through the criminal acts of the UN who stealthily works against rational immigration laws to place 3rd world "refugees" into the US and Europe for our ultimate demise. These Oligarchs don't care how much suffering and death there is - the more the better. The Chaos will be used to do away with any of us who disagree with this satanic plan. I now see how the Reservation came about in "Brave New World," but doubt that this batch of Oligarchs will be as humane in giving us an actual place to escape the madness.

Anonymous Weimar 2 January 10, 2015 10:26 AM  

Comical to watch SJWs try to grok this...

RACISM... but not a single Jew is in Paris at the moment...

Feminists defending clit-slicers...

Somehow this is all the White Christian Man's fault... somehow....

They literally have no ideas. Just watch them spinning in circles ... waiting for marching orders from Barry.... only half-mumbling their sacred chants against Whitey.

OpenID cailcorishev January 10, 2015 10:29 AM  

"@rupertmurdoch: Maybe most Moslems peaceful, but until they recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer they must be held responsible."

This is better than the usual supplication, but I think it's still backwards. If you're going to use the human body as an analogy, then Islam is coming out of a period of long illness which made it weak and bedridden, and now it is becoming healthy and stronger and able to fight again.

Let me be clear: I don't mean morally healthy or good; I just mean it in the physical sense of feeling strong and able to act. This isn't a peaceful, cosmopolitan religion that's being corrupted by a violent "cancer"; it's a religion that was designed around violent conquest from the start and is now returning to its normal "healthy" state.

Anonymous Of Cancer and the Like January 10, 2015 10:30 AM  

@rupertmurdoch: Maybe most (SJW's) peaceful, but until they recognize and destroy their (century old, Collectivist, Tolerant) cancer (of race realism and nation-state denial) they must be held responsible."

Anonymous VD January 10, 2015 10:32 AM  

If you're going to use the human body as an analogy, then Islam is coming out of a period of long illness which made it weak and bedridden, and now it is becoming healthy and stronger and able to fight again.

That's correct. It's another great wave of Islamic aggression and attempted expansion.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 10:34 AM  

A day after terror struck Paris

They make it sound as if the Muslim attacks were just a random act of nature, like lightning.

Anonymous Severian January 10, 2015 10:36 AM  

I just get a kick out of leftist parties decrying the politicization of tragedies. Oh, you mean like Sandy Hook, Gabby Giffords, every single mass shooting by a white guy in recent American history... that kind of thing?

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 10:39 AM  

The least attractive feature of what we can loosely call "the right" is the tendency towards pessimism, which leads to fatalism.

Yes. Not a lot of courage, imagination, and clear-thinking on the Right these days.

Much of the Right comes across as a bunch of impotent old men resigned to their situation.

You win more battles with a smile on your face and laughter on your lips than you do being a doomy, gloomy misery-guts.

Yes, this.

Anonymous PA January 10, 2015 10:40 AM  

"They make it sound as if the Muslim attacks were just a random act of nature"

A common example of journalistic malpractice is using abstract nouns as active agents. Typical example: "unrest / tension / "violence" claimed xx lives"

Anonymous Michael January 10, 2015 10:40 AM  

zen0, "Now Europeans all say "We are Charlie Hebdo". Lies. Lies. Lies.
Ask "the invisible"."

They fired Maurice Sinet in 2009 over anti-Semitism, yet have no qualms about insulting both Christians and Muslims, so they definitely weren't equal opportunists. They were just adding fuel to the fire.

As for the nationalist movements springing up across Europe, good on them, but is it merely a protest, i.e. for show, or a serious movement with teeth? That remains to be seen.

Anonymous Toby Temple January 10, 2015 10:40 AM  

It should have started after the most recent Muslim attack reported in Australia. Maybe that was not bloody enough. Or maybe it did not happened in Europe.

Now France suffered a similar fate.

The people of Britain should start to worry. They should remember the murder of Lee Rigby. Or should they wait for 11 more people to die before they wake up.

Blogger Rantor January 10, 2015 10:42 AM  

The SJWs don't even realize that they are already divided. How many liberal SJWs hanging out at the Mosques in London? Sharing a laugh with their Muslim friends with a little wine and cheese? Enjoying bangers and mash with a pub ale? Prosciutto anyone?

They are right, they can't be divided, because they are not together. #Illsitbyyou, right.

Wine cellar liberals. All for multicutural socialism until the party runs out of good Bordeaux.

Anonymous Steve January 10, 2015 10:44 AM  

VD - That's correct. It's another great wave of Islamic aggression and attempted expansion.

It is that.

It's having the beneficial side effect of awakening Western Europeans from their 70-year experiment in eating the seedcorn and acting like the Eloi.

Feminism, multiculturalism, SJWism will not stand in the face of the new reality. A culture that aborts and contracepts away its future, spends like there's no tomorrow, and indoctrinates feminine behaviours in its menfolk and masculine ones in its womenfolk will not last.

We either get fucking and fighting or we dig our own graves.

Thank God our enemies are retarded. If they'd just waited a couple more generations, they could have taken Europe without major opposition. But instead they're shattering leftist illusions, one murder at a time.

Anonymous Eric the Red January 10, 2015 10:44 AM  

What is the mental defect that allows the elite to ignore the immediate cause-to-effect between Islam and terrorism, and instead skip over to the secondary effect of the effect, branding it 'sickening'? It is amazing that they absolutely refuse to accept such direct primary linkage. Their tiny minds are more concerned with surface over substance. They have taken a cue from Oriental societies, which even today willfully turn a blind eye to anything that might upset the entrenched societal schema, and instead paper it over with insipid irrelevancies. It is like some fatalistic regression to times past, when life was a zero-sum game and nobody was allowed to upset the apple cart.

There have been recent attempts to use r/k theory to explain this phenomenon of the leftist mindset. Others will say it is a case of memes trumping reality. But none of these explanations, when heard by leftists themselves, seems to bother them in the least, nor inserts any fault lines that would shake them out of their stupor. It is my contention that, only when some explanation is found that makes them gasp with mental pain, will we have arrived at the truth of the matter.

Blogger Rantor January 10, 2015 10:50 AM  

Soldiers killed in England and Canada. Murder and hostages in Australia and France. Death in Syria, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Gaza, Israel, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Nigeria, Somalia, Mali, Niger, Cameroon, Chad, etc. etc. etc.

I bet we could build a computer model that would find a common motive and using economic, religious and cultural factors it would show us where this is going. I'd even bet it would be more accurat than the UN's global warming program despite its use of the dismal science.

Or we could just recognize what is going on and do something about it.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 10:50 AM  

I eagerly await (and pray for) the first Nationalist assault on a mosque, Islamic centre, or Islamic school in Europe.

It will be an indication that the counter-revolution has begun.

Until then, it;s just talk.

OpenID cailcorishev January 10, 2015 10:51 AM  

It's pretty hard to explain away pictures of a guy being shot in the head while lying on the ground trying to surrender, even when you own all the bullhorns. Many people will allow violence to be explained away as the result of racism or poverty or whatever, and shrug it off as almost a Robin Hood thing, as long as it's abstract. When they can see the reality of one human being coldly killing another for no reason other than that he can, that's different.

So now the elites are reduced to yelling "exploiting" at anyone who tries to figure out what's causing this and how to stop it. Pretty soon they'll just be yelling "Ya ya ya ya" at the top of their voices, with nothing left to say at all.

Anonymous Michael January 10, 2015 10:52 AM  

Wishful thinking at best. Those in power know full well the inherently divisive effect of multiculturalism yet hold to it with what can only be described as fanatic devotion. The fact is they will milk the tragedy in France and the others that follow for all their worth to further implement their communist fantasy.

Meanwhile, thousands of Christians have either been martyred or are living in exile in Middle East countries where these globalist-funded militants are running roughshod and nobody seems to care. Only one group is deemed important while everyone else is made to suffer, as usual.

Anonymous Aphelion January 10, 2015 10:53 AM  

As someone pointed out yesterday... We went to war against the Germans in WWII even though it was really the NAZIs who were the bad guys and not all Germans were NAZIs... OK, not all Muslims are Jihadis. But since they refuse to police themselves, it appears to me that we are at war with all of them.

Blogger James Dixon January 10, 2015 10:55 AM  

> At the train station, I heard one schoolgirl telling her friends that World War III has
started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist.

I very much fear she may be correct.

> They make it sound as if the Muslim attacks were just a random act of nature, like lightning.

To the extent that people are a part of nature, that would be correct.

> Thank God our enemies are retarded

MPAI. It's been the single most universal rule I've learned here,

Anonymous Michael January 10, 2015 10:56 AM  

calicorishev, "It's pretty hard to explain away pictures of a guy being shot in the head while lying on the ground trying to surrender, even when you own all the bullhorns."

If anything, the lack of video evidence has been fuel for the conspiracy fire. People are asserting that the attack in France was either planned or allowed to happen in order to expand the police state apparatus. They're questioning how these extremists managed to acquire such heavy artillery in a country which prohibits ownership.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 10:57 AM  

World War III has started

Yes, it has.

It's a war of liberation for the West.

Anonymous An Israeli January 10, 2015 10:59 AM  

VD,

I'm not sure how you can expect these anti-immigration parties to come to power. They don't seem close to it at all, despite making considerable gains.

In Sweden, democracy has basically been suspended so as not to allow the Swedish Democrats any inkling of power.

In The Netherlands Wilders is about to be prosecuted. Even if his party wins 20% of the vote, as is predicted, no other party will cooperate with them.

In France, if Le Pen makes it to the second round of the presidential election, both right and left parties will call on their voters to vote for whoever she is facing (as they did when her father made it to the second round).

In Britain, UKIP is destined to win less than 10 seats out of more than 600. Even though support for them is growing, the winner-takes-all system in Britain guarantees they'll have no power.

The only place where the anti-immigration party came into power is Norway, and it's not like they are outspoken against Islam as you are. Not even close.

I just don't see what you're basing your political predictions on.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 11:01 AM  

"They make it sound as if the Muslim attacks were just a random act of nature"

A common example of journalistic malpractice is using abstract nouns as active agents. Typical example: "unrest / tension / "violence" claimed xx lives"

Yes, the Bolshevik manipulation of language is blatant.

Anything to defend their pet Orcs from blame, responsibility, and justice.

Don't forget, in war time these journos are to be considered enemy combatants.

Anonymous PA January 10, 2015 11:03 AM  

Active resistance will happen. Its a question of when. And "when" happens the moment nationalists have a formal or informal leadership and support structure.

Until then, its 'talk' and legal protests. Which is good. The last decade of communism was passive resistance, a stage people reach when they no longer believe the narrative but are not yet ready to stop pretending that they believe it.

Anonymous PA January 10, 2015 11:06 AM  

"journos are to be considered enemy combatants."

Bill Clinton and NATO certainly agreed when they bombed a Serbian news office during working hours.

Anonymous George of the Jungle January 10, 2015 11:11 AM  

It is maddening to just sit around turning the other cheek, while expecting God to eventually reach into his bag of magic tricks and set things right.

Anonymous Roundtine January 10, 2015 11:15 AM  

I used to think if one or two nations went nationalist, they'd be anti-EU and maybe help break it up. But if they all go nationalist, the EU is a convenient tool for imposing anti-Islamic policies across Europe in one fell swoop.

Anonymous VD January 10, 2015 11:15 AM  

I'm not sure how you can expect these anti-immigration parties to come to power. They don't seem close to it at all, despite making considerable gains.

Read up on how fast the National Socialists went from being the smallest party in the Bundestag to winning 99 percent plebiscites sometime. You're making mistake of thinking that future events depend upon current trends and tomorrow will be just like today.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 11:20 AM  

It is maddening to just sit around turning the other cheek, while expecting God to eventually reach into his bag of magic tricks and set things right.

Perhaps some of us are among His instruments.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 11:22 AM  

You're making mistake of thinking that future events depend upon current trends and tomorrow will be just like today.

Yes, this is one of the most common mistakes, this tendency to believe things will flow on as they've always done.

Anonymous grey enlightenment January 10, 2015 11:30 AM  

Maybe Sam Harris is right after all (or at leaxst on Islam)

Anonymous Hoss January 10, 2015 11:33 AM  

" I heard one schoolgirl telling her friends that World War III has started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist."

Somebody is obviously well ahead of the curve. Too bad there's not a whole bunch more just like her.

OpenID cailcorishev January 10, 2015 11:35 AM  

They make it sound as if the Muslim attacks were just a random act of nature, like lightning.

In another week, they'll replace "terror" with "tragedy."

Anonymous Roundtine January 10, 2015 11:37 AM  

I'm not sure how you can expect these anti-immigration parties to come to power. They don't seem close to it at all, despite making considerable gains.

It's a phase change. Things won't proceed in a straight line, they will suddenly shift greatly. The important things that are happening are the way the nationalists are gaining while being isolated politically. This looks like they're losing because the mainstream is united against them, but take Sweden: they had to unite to stop them as a practical matter, not a rhetorical one as you might see in the U.S. where no one takes nationalism seriously. This is the same in the UK and France. "All the parties are the same" applies to the non-nationalists. If people want a choice on immigration, they have one option. (Immigration was the top issue in the UK before the attacks.)

Take PEGIDA. They went from nothing to major support in a number of weeks. The surprising thing is AfD came out with a nationalist message. That party was founded by economists on an anti-euro platform, but like UKIP, they realize the power of these issues. Thilo Sarrazin of the SPD has written books against multi-culturalism and the euro. I wouldn't be surprised if he joined AfD. It doesn't matter what percent they get in the next election, they will be a politically mainstream nationalist party. I don't follow German politics too closely, but my hunch is that the CSU might break with the CDU and join with Afd if they were a credible alternative.

Anti-immigration isn't coming from the far right. It is coming from the people. UKIP didn't plan to use the issue, their main issue was leaving the EU. Early on they discussed what leaving the EU means for the UK, and one thing is controlling the borders. And then Farage or other UKIP members made some comments about Romanian gangs or something, and the media pounced and branded them racist. A few months later, UKIP is running an anti-immigration campaign and rides it to a shock victory.

Blogger dash January 10, 2015 11:43 AM  

"In France, if Le Pen makes it to the second round of the presidential election, both right and left parties will call on their voters to vote for whoever she is facing (as they did when her father made it to the second round)."

Twenty- twenty five years ago, when the FN garnered maybe 5% of the vote on average, it was characterized as the party of skinheads and neo-nazis. Fair enough, they flocked to that party (where else would they go?) and were very visible, vocal and active in demonstrations. At that time people voted for Le Pen (le père) as a protest vote. Today, there are far more regular citizens fed up with the feckless establishment who are seriously supporting the FN, at least on immigration, without being firebrand nationalists themselves. The party has a new composition.

I wouldn't be surprised at all to see Marine LePen in the second round of the 2017 Presidentials, but the Socialists will vote for her rival en masse, of course. Nonetheless, expect to see a Center right and FN majority government. The Socialists are toast and the PC is inconsequential.

OpenID simplytimothy January 10, 2015 11:43 AM  

I heard one schoolgirl telling her friends that World War III has started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist.

This cheered me.

My next thought was how to get arms into this girls hands, for she is going to need them; to the multis she, not Islam, is the enemy .


I am confident that soon, another schoolgirl, will be overheard saying she doesn't care if anyone calls her a homophobe or christianist--Aslan is on the prowl!

OpenID cailcorishev January 10, 2015 11:44 AM  

Read up on how fast the National Socialists went from being the smallest party in the Bundestag to winning 99 percent plebiscites sometime.

Also, if white Europeans decide they've had enough, they don't need official political parties to kick out the invaders. That may be the peaceful, civilized way to do it, but not the only way. If the left makes change by political means impossible, the pressure will find other outlets.

Anonymous Susan January 10, 2015 11:46 AM  

LBF,
That is also better known as wishful thinking.

Cail,
Did you know that was a MUSLIM cop that was shot in that photo?

Before shutting the computer off last night, I saw a small article about leaked AlJazeera internal memos regarding Charlie Hebdo. They are furious that people in France and around the world are standing with and supporting Charlie Hebdo.

The EU is a toxic infection that must be euthanized for the body to survive. Britain has a chance coming up in May to attempt to do something their own membership. I seriously hope that some liberal dhimmi political careers will die in May.

Anonymous Dan in Tx January 10, 2015 11:48 AM  

VD: "Read up on how fast the National Socialists went from being the smallest party in the Bundestag to winning 99 percent plebiscites sometime."


I read somewhere awhile back that when Hitler first sent one of his guys (forget which one it was) to set up shop in Berlin, there were only something like 200 National Socialists as opposed to approx. 200,000 Communists operating there. Indeed, things can change and change quickly.

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 11:50 AM  

Leaders trying to keep up the facade.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 11:54 AM  

That is also better known as wishful thinking.

If you don't make plans, it'll never happen.

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 11:56 AM  

Meanwhile, the US Army plans to shift troops and equipment to Europe.

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler January 10, 2015 11:57 AM  

Please, Please Please Vox Stop using the word "Quisling". Vidkur Quisling was a hero. He was fighting the Judeo-Masonic-Bolshevist front. He is an Andre Brevik. If Andre Brevik is a hero to nationalists--then Quisling is a hero.

It is the word "Bristish" that is to replace the word "Quisling". It is Britain that was the seat of Judeo-Masonic-Bolshevism. One worldism, where political correctness and multiculturalism comes from, is BRITISH. It was the British who massively took up Freemasonry and the British who invented Fabian Socialism, a type of Marxism. It was the British that caused WWII. Have you not read Pat Buchanan's The Unnecessary War? It was BRITAIN for the sake of their Jewish overlords that wanted war with Germany.

Britain with its Freemasonry and Fabian Socialism that has brought one worldism to Europe. It was Britain. Quisling, like Generalissmo Franco, was fighting Judeo-Masonic-Bolshevism.

Quisling is a Hero.

Blogger ChicagoRefugee January 10, 2015 11:58 AM  

Don't forget Sarkozy when the List of Infamy is written. He's the one who gave a major policy speech demanding "le métissage," i.e. miscegenation - by forceful means if necessary.

And why not? It's not as though he is of French ancestry, after all.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 10, 2015 12:07 PM  

This attack was really a worst case scenario so far as the leftwing amygdala is concerned. Here it is guys, bad people doing evil things for wicked reasons, to members of the approved protected class. No really, here's the pictures.

Elite (*snicker*) opinions simply can not change. They are too invested in the artificial mental construct they have created. Prime example: Ben Affleck wide eyed and shaking his head when confronted with the reality of radical Islam by Bill Maher. Affleck recently got booted from a casino for Card Counting, so he is not a stupid guy.

But he was genuinely upset. His defense of peaceful Islam was at times frantic. Rocking back and forth in his chair, hands clamped to his head. He was literally incapable of facing facts, when presented with them in a calm and rational manor.

He is quite typical of the breed. The atheist writers at Slate who are very quick to tell you what Islam is really about. are another example. College professors of course, remain the fountainhead of Western ethno-masochism.

The political class on the other hand is possibly only mouthing the incantations necessary to stay in office. Their opinions might be discarded, when the wind really shifts.

I suppose the question is,how long can they maintain their illusions in the face of stark reality?

The answer is, quite a long time.

At the moment these attacks are rarer than mass shootings. 9-11 being the only big win they have ever had. So long as they are fat and happy not only have they little reason change. Lets face it Progressives have it pretty good.

Changing Things to respond to the Islamic threat, would mean abandoning the psychological construct that they have drastically over invested themselves in. It would be the end of their world.

They feel more threatened by change, then by Islam.

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 12:11 PM  

wheeler don't forget Judeo-Masonic-Bolshevism-PROTESTANTISM. read John C. Wright and Moldbug. It all starts with Martin Luther, the Reformation judadizers, then to puritanism then to democracy.

You know that one of the claims about the origins of Islam (or at least the Koran) is that comes from a Judaizing Christian Sect in the area of Syria and that the original documents were to be read in Syriac, don't you?

Anonymous Homesteader January 10, 2015 12:16 PM  

Just finished "The Galleys at Lepanto" by Beeching. Chesterton's "Lepanto" as well.

What is striking is how the Europeans could forget so much of their own blood soaked history. The reconquista took 700 years. The Knights at Malta wore armor weighing 150 lbs. Men volunteered to be galley hands. Clearly, they knew what they faced was evil, and worth dying to fight it.

And they say Americans are historically illiterate.

Blogger ChicagoRefugee January 10, 2015 12:18 PM  

I eagerly await (and pray for) the first Nationalist assault on a mosque, Islamic centre, or Islamic school in Europe.

Does Sweden not count? Pardon my HTML-illiteracy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8simnEbAxE

Note that these all happened after the "respectable" Swedish parties conspired to bypass and freeze out the (anti-immigration) Swedish Democrats and avoid the scheduled snap elections. The idiot elites made peaceful electoral change impossible and so ....

OpenID simplytimothy January 10, 2015 12:21 PM  

I suppose the question is,how long can they maintain their illusions in the face of stark reality?

Eternity, probably.


Walter Duranty--of Holodomor infamy and a hero of their narrative--is a good example of their persistence in the face of historical, empirical fact. The facts do not matter,(and are ignored) no matter how often or vociferously they are pointed out, unless the facts serve their narrative.




Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey January 10, 2015 12:22 PM  

Does Sweden not count?

My understanding is that the arson attacks in Sweden resulted in 0 enemy casualties.

Anonymous VD January 10, 2015 12:29 PM  

This is why you get banned everywhere you go, Wheeler. You keep repeating the same thing over and over again. Repetition does not make your assertions more convincing. You've said your piece, now leave it.

Anonymous Laz January 10, 2015 12:35 PM  

Dan in Tx:"I read somewhere awhile back that when Hitler first sent one of his guys (forget which one it was) to set up shop in Berlin, there were only something like 200 National Socialists as opposed to approx. 200,000 Communists operating there. Indeed, things can change and change quickly."

Yeah but, it was nearly 15 years from then to when he became dictator. With many elections and political deaths in-between.
------------

The other skeptic: "Meanwhile, the US Army plans to shift troops and equipment to Europe.'

And 3 days ago they announced they were pulling most of the planes out of Europe.

Blogger automatthew January 10, 2015 12:38 PM  

"You know that one of the claims about the origins of Islam (or at least the Koran) is that comes from a Judaizing Christian Sect in the area of Syria and that the original documents were to be read in Syriac, don't you?"

That would be from Robert Spencer's book about Muhammad?

Anonymous trev006 January 10, 2015 12:40 PM  

I realize that Nazi trolls are by definition at the bottom of the barrel, but have you guys not learned what happens to trolls in these parts?

Anonymous DKViking January 10, 2015 12:40 PM  

The arson attack in Sweden was no attack, it's investigated as an accident. On other angle is currently being investigated. The b goes bomb claim was an obvious lie.

Blogger ChicagoRefugee January 10, 2015 12:41 PM  

My understanding is that the arson attacks in Sweden resulted in 0 enemy casualties.

The request was for mosque attacks, not casualties. Hey, it's a start!

Heresy is spreading.

Blogger IM2L844 January 10, 2015 12:45 PM  

Yeah but, it was nearly 15 years from then to when he became dictator. With many elections and political deaths in-between.

You say that like you think 20 years is a long time. It's the blink of an eye.

Blogger Rek. January 10, 2015 1:07 PM  

It all started with Game, quite immaturely. Picking up bitches, chicks and whores. Then you start seeing society for what it is, the lies and deceit. One day you are reading alphaggameplan then the next you grow up and take a look at Vox Popoli and then all of a sudden, it all just clicks. You are not a boy anymore, you are transformed, you start seeing yourself as a man, a man with values, principles. A man who looks for his own path in accordance with his beliefs and his Faith. A man who looks Evil in the eyes and says "I am not afraid!"

Now I have a better understanding of what Vox replied to me when I thanked him on AGP for his general advice. He told me something along the lines of "Follow your faith, and honor God." (not verbatim)

Who I am, today, is the man I was always supposed to be. I stand with my people and I refuse to be lied to.

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 1:08 PM  

That would be from Robert Spencer's book about Muhammad?

Well, in this case I was referring to Emmet Scott's book on the Impact of Islam, I think.

Blogger Shibes Meadow January 10, 2015 1:09 PM  

God brings good from evil. Just as the eight-year reign of Obamaholder Pelosireid has done more for the American Right than anything in history, so every drop of blood spilled by the Clit-choppers floats the boat of Christian Nationalism ever higher. Just as the recent national Chimpouts have done more for White Identity in America than any speech by Taylor or Duke has done, so these recent acts of Muslim terror are boosting the public awareness and approval of Génération Identitaire, PEGIDA, and other nativist, Christian European movements.

I hesitate to say it, given the amount of suffering and bloodshed involved, but we couldn't pay for better "advertising" than these 7th Century fanatics are giving us. The best way to honor the memory of those martyred by Muslim terror is to capitalize on the emotions generated by their sacrifice and push Reality to the public in every possible medium. #JeSuisCharlieMartel should be spray-painted on every wall in France, and hashtagged in every Twitter post we make.

L'islam «modere» n'existe pas. On to America!

Anonymous hygate January 10, 2015 1:12 PM  

It's a phase change.

Also known as a cascade preference.

Most of the people mouthing SJW pieties will, once a critical mass is reached, turn around and support the opposite of what they claim are moral imperitives right now.

They don't really have any strongly held moral believes, certianly nothing they have thought through.

They are going along to get along.

Blogger IM2L844 January 10, 2015 1:37 PM  

They don't really have any strongly held moral believes, certianly nothing they have thought through.

Exactly. Double standards are their stock and trade. They will demand that everyone sacrifice a little freedom for the safety of globally mandated and enforced tolerance and diversity. Who's ideology is more likely to benefit, through exploitation of the growing threat of dangerous and glaringly intolerant radicalism, in the long run? Time to think it through and choose sides.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 10, 2015 1:39 PM  

Now this is interesting.

Al Jazeera english is taking a very definite, Je ne suis pas Charlie attitude.

Executive producer Salah-Aldeen Khadr:

Thursday, January 08, 2015
Subject: AJ coverage of events in Paris

Dear Editorial colleagues,

Please accept this note in the spirit it is intended – to make our coverage the best that it can be …. We are Al Jazeera!!!!

My suggestion is that we question and raise the following points in our coverage – studio/anchors/guests/correspondents:

This was a targeted attack, not a broad attack on the french population a la Twin towers or 7/7 style. So who was this attack against? The whole of France/EU society? Or specifically this magazine. The difference lies in how this is reported not in how terrible the act is obviously – murder is murder either way… but poses a narrower question of the “why”? attack on french society and values? Only if you consider CH’s racist caricatures to be the best of European intellectual production (total whitewash on that at the moment)

Was this really an attack on “Free speech”? Who is attacking free speech here exactly? Does an attack by 2-3 guys on a controversial magazine equate to a civilizational attack on European values..? Really?

“I am Charlie” as an alienating slogan – with us or against us type of statement – one can be anti-CH’s racism and ALSO against murdering people(!) (obvious I know but worth stating)

Also worth stating that we still don’t know much about the motivations of the attackers outside of the few words overheard on the video. Yes, clearly it was a “punishment” for the cartoons, but it didn’t take them 8/9 years to prep this attack (2006 was Danish/CH publication) – this is perhaps a response to something more immediate…French action against ISIL…? Mali? Libya? CH just the target ie focus of the attack..?

Danger in making this a free speech aka “European Values” under attack binary is that it once again constructs European identity in opposition to Islam (sacred depictions) and cements the notion of a European identity under threat from an Islamic retrograde culture of which the attackers are merely the violent tip of the iceberg (see the seeping of Far Right discourse into french normalcy with Houellebecque’s novel for example)

The key is to look at the biographies of these guys – contrary to conventional wisdom, they were radicalised by images of Abu Ghraib not by images of the Prophet Mohammed

You don’t actually stick it to the terrorists by insulting the majority of Muslims by reproducing more cartoons – you actually entrench the very animosity and divisions these guys seek to sow.

This is a clash of extremist fringes…


Short version, for muslims free speech is like patience..,very limited.

Blogger Unknown January 10, 2015 1:41 PM  

Dr. Bill Warner has a website called Political Islam. He posted a YouTube video a couple of years ago called "Why We Are Afraid". He seems to have been ahead of the curve on this. I've been lurking here for a few months now. You all seem to be intelligent and analytical folks. I'm curious to know your opinion of him.

Anonymous Laz January 10, 2015 1:45 PM  

"You say that like you think 20 years is a long time. It's the blink of an eye."

And you say that like you've lived through almost open civil war for 10 years.

Blogger Franz Lionheart January 10, 2015 1:47 PM  

Vox, the hashtag is a brilliant and very apt idea. May I make one "superversive" suggestion for wider attention :

#JeSuisCharlie #Martel

Anonymous takin' a look January 10, 2015 1:49 PM  

-Vox

At the train station, I heard one schoolgirl telling her friends that World War III has started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist. There is a perception that something has dramatically changed in the last week, and indeed, the way in which people are not being hysterical about it over here, but are speaking out rather calmly, strikes me as being all the more ominous for the establishment

-Michael

If anything, the lack of video evidence has been fuel for the conspiracy fire. People are asserting that the attack in France was either planned or allowed to happen in order to expand the police state apparatus. They're questioning how these extremists managed to acquire such heavy artillery in a country which prohibits ownership.

This is why I agree with the "it's different this time crowd" but not for the reasons they think....

Anonymous horsewithnonick January 10, 2015 2:02 PM  

And things get (sur)real:

http://money.cnn.com/2015/01/09/technology/anonymous-charlie-hebdo-terrorists/index.html?sr=fbmoney010915anonymous0630story

Anonymous Claymore January 10, 2015 2:05 PM  

I don't understand why people in positions of governmental leadership and the media continue to coddle 4G war muzloids, who are part of a religious group, and who proclaim to have God on their side.

While those same leaders and media relentlessly attack and marginalize Christians and ordinary citizens who want to be able to live civilly, and defend themselves and their neighbors from the uncivil.

Anonymous hrw500 January 10, 2015 2:14 PM  

It's interesting to read Mike Smith's political commentary about Charlie-Hebdo from a South African point of view.

American Thinker have also 2 blog posts on the subject, first with a NYT exec. editor and this rant.

Reason magazine talk about French writer Michel Houellebecq and his recent novel "Soumission"(French for Submission) and a short mention of Tom Kratman's novel "Caliphate".

Anonymous takin' a look January 10, 2015 2:16 PM  

-horsewithnonick

In a video posted on YouTube, the group of hackers said they would track down websites and social media networks linked to terrorists, and take them down.

"We, Anonymous around the world, have decided to declare war on you the terrorists," it said.

The video is described as a message for "al Qaeda, the Islamic State and other terrorists," and promises to avenge the killing of 12 people in Wednesday's attack.

"We intend to take revenge in their name, we are going to survey your activities on the net, we are going to shut down your accounts on all social networks,"


Thanks for that link horsewithnonick. it's illuminating.

Wouldn't it be more productive and informative to bust the accounts,emails,potential links with supporting individuals and organizations, states, etc. wide OPEN in easily open formats or thousands of mirror sites for people to access and investigate?

Anonymous PA January 10, 2015 2:16 PM  

The only thing I'm not clear on is the real reason behind multicult. Not reasons as ascribed to various SJWs or Jewish radicals, but the actual powers that run things globally: is it a big picture vision involving white genocide, or is it mere short-term profit driven incentives?

Anonymous takin' a look January 10, 2015 2:34 PM  

-PA

The only thing I'm not clear on is the real reason behind multicult. Not reasons as ascribed to various SJWs or Jewish radicals, but the actual powers that run things globally: is it a big picture vision involving white genocide, or is it mere short-term profit driven incentives?

Why can't it be both? You are assuming these "hidden hand" folks are capable of actually seeing the big picture. Evil, even when it plans and passes along it's secrets over centuries, millenia, will always devour itself. it is a "Hungry Ghost" no matter how patient, complex, powerful, mundane and masked in sanity it appears to look. It has no center but oblivion.

Blogger IM2L844 January 10, 2015 2:35 PM  

is it a big picture vision involving white genocide, or is it mere short-term profit driven incentives?

No. It's a big picture vision of total logistical control of global resources...for your own good, of course.

Blogger stats January 10, 2015 2:40 PM  

Ry Dawson is questioning why the attacks happened now. He's curious that this attack comes just one week after the U.N. accepts the Palestianian's request to join the International Criminal Court. The implication is that this was a Mossad operation. Lending some credence to his theory in my mind is the fact that all of the perps have been killed.

Blogger Jewelled Cranberry January 10, 2015 2:48 PM  

I just get a kick out of leftist parties decrying the politicization of tragedies. Oh, you mean like Sandy Hook, Gabby Giffords, every single mass shooting by a white guy in recent American history... that kind of thing?

@Sevarian, this comment made my day. So true. The level of expediency to the agenda reveals their craven tendencies.

Anonymous Samuel Scott January 10, 2015 2:55 PM  

Ry Dawson is questioning why the attacks happened now. He's curious that this attack comes just one week after the U.N. accepts the Palestianian's request to join the International Criminal Court. The implication is that this was a Mossad operation. Lending some credence to his theory in my mind is the fact that all of the perps have been killed.

Seriously? It boggles my mind how much some people will contort their brains to turn anything into the fault of the evil Jews.

Anonymous takin' a look January 10, 2015 3:03 PM  

-Samuel Scott

Seriously? It boggles my mind how much some people will contort their brains to turn anything into the fault of the evil [White Heterosexual Christian Men].

What's good for the goose......

Anonymous Samuel Scott January 10, 2015 3:05 PM  

Seriously? It boggles my mind how much some people will contort their brains to turn anything into the fault of the evil [White Heterosexual Christian Men].

What's good for the goose......


That's also true. Doing either action is completely illogical and pretty much just stupid.

OpenID simplytimothy January 10, 2015 3:06 PM  

The only thing I'm not clear on is the real reason behind multicult. Not reasons as ascribed to various SJWs or Jewish radicals, but the actual powers that run things globally: is it a big picture vision involving white genocide, or is it mere short-term profit driven incentives?

Is it spiritual--i.e. rebuild the tower of Babel?


It's interesting to read Mike Smith's political commentary about Charlie-Hebdo from a South African point of view.

His views mirror Vox's quite well; good to see.

Blogger Maple Curtain January 10, 2015 3:08 PM  

"Seriously? It boggles my mind how much some people will contort their brains to turn anything into the fault of the evil Jews."

@Samuel Scott: agreed. And, I am a huge critic of the Jews in the diaspora and their machinations on behalf of their tribe and, therefore, against the "other."

However, sometimes the truth is just staring you in the face.

And, for the conspiracy theorists who wonder just how the jihadis got the guns into Europe: are you kidding me? You think Europe has tight borders and no smuggling? Tell that to the people of Calais and Melitta (?).

Organized criminal gangs have illegally-obtained guns because they have a need (i.e. a plan involving the use of those firearms) for them, and they act on that need. End of story.

Anonymous Atombum January 10, 2015 3:10 PM  

On the Haaretz link a commenter said, ``First they came for the muslims``. It dovetails with my comment on V.P. yesterday. After decades of demonizing muslims the SJW jews are turning an about face and screaming FOR them. The question for the rest is: are we French (and get to stay here) or are we Aliens like the muslims (and get kicked out)? The moment of truth is coming.

Anonymous takin' a look January 10, 2015 3:10 PM  

-horsewithnonick

That's quite an eye-opening link. Anonymous is going to get "revenge" against the terrorist jihadists by "Shutting them down and deleting all their profiles"....

Wouldn't that be like getting even with NAMBLA by burning all their records, invoices, porn collections, donation statements etc?

OpenID bernardbrandt January 10, 2015 3:13 PM  

I will believe that Europe is dealing effectively with this issue, not when they say "Je suis Charlie", but when they start saying, "Je suis Charles Martel".

Anonymous Salt January 10, 2015 3:19 PM  

Organized criminal gangs have illegally-obtained guns because they have a need

Some may have even come through Mexico, courtesy of Operation Fast and Furious.

Blogger ScuzzaMan January 10, 2015 3:26 PM  

@PA:

Start with a simple truth: "spiritual wickedness in high places".

Those who inhabit the highest positions of power, those you refer to as "the actual powers that run things globally", are evil people.

Through in a bit of borrowed wisdom from the Matrix: "What do all men with power want? More power."

These are people who are determined to rule over the whole earth. From our perspective, the perspective of people who'd prefer to live our lives in peace, enjoying and sharing the blessings that living a god-fearing life brings, it doesn't matter much WHY they want to rule the world. More pertinent is the simple fact that people of thorough evil are determined to do so, to our detriment and the detriment of the purpose for which God has placed us here, now.

We live in a time when, for the first time ever, there are people with both the (A) will and (B) capability to rule over the whole earth. The question we must answer is not "why do they want to do that?" but:

What am I going to do about it?

My God tells me "overcome evil with good."

What, in the end, does it profit a man if he gain the whole earth? ...

Anonymous kh123 January 10, 2015 4:31 PM  

"Short version, for muslims free speech is like patience..,very limited."

Far be it for me to defend the two most favorite job descriptors - mujahideen and journalist. I do think Islam is incompatible with the West; France is for the French, etc. And I grant that there's some of the usual journo dissimulation going on in his letter, with added insolence-from-Islamist flavor for good measure.

But I don't find myself disagreeing with much of it at this point. Ambivalent.

This is of course assuming that these are words of someone who is arguing - albeit naively in the larger scope of things - in good faith for the retention of whatever civilization there is at the moment, that they don't want words to inflame the situation on either side more than what it currently is, same as (and I'll throw some salt over the shoulder while I say this, to ward off potential Michaels here) many Jews will do whenever spooked by any combination of goy and nationalism.

Yes, is tribalistic and hypocritical; I agree. Road to hell, etc. Maybe just a hope that there are heads out there that really don't want things to boil over, even if their repeated attempt to suppress an adult discussion on the issue has helped bring it to this point.

Anonymous Anubis January 10, 2015 4:33 PM  

"If you're going to use the human body as an analogy, then Islam is coming out of a period of long illness which made it weak and bedridden, and now it is becoming healthy and stronger and able to fight again."

No its women wiping themselves the wrong way and getting vag infections. If not for welfare/dole,considered jizya the payments non muslims must pay, no muslims would be able to support themselves in the west. If not for oil there wouldn't be a muslim land with running water.

Anonymous kh123 January 10, 2015 4:37 PM  

...That they don't want it to boil over, not because of some calculation of professional or tribal disadvantage or the like, but because they generally don't like to see people killing eachother.

Is naive, I know. Even God's messengers had apparently said that the holiday spirit wasn't intended as a Hallmark catchall, but as "goodwill towards those on whom his favor rests".

Anyhow...

Blogger Danby January 10, 2015 5:26 PM  

" Lending some credence to his theory in my mind is the fact that all of the perps have been killed. "

This is Frence Surete mon ami. They weren't even trying to arrest them. The only way they was coming out alive is if they had laid down on the ground with arms extended and didn't so much as twitch. Even then it's not 50/50.

An the Al Jezeera exec is making an obvious play to DOWNPLAY the nature of the event. I expect a similar memo went out in every major newsroom in the world.

Anonymous Atombum January 10, 2015 5:27 PM  

OT Vox, a question. Are you planning posts on the following dates/topics:1.January 19-Martin Luther King Day;2.April 15-IRS/Tax Day;3.Holocaust Remembrance Day. I`ve saved some quotes I came across last year concern two of these occasions.

Anonymous Credo in Unum Deum January 10, 2015 5:47 PM  

WW3 hasn't started.

We're just now, over the last decade and a half or so, seeing the most recent flare-ups of a very old war started when a sheep-fucker crawled out of a cave after suffering a epileptic seizure 1400 years ago.

Blogger Cinco January 10, 2015 6:08 PM  

Does the media stand to make more money if they encourage the forced emigration of Muslims across the west? Realistically we could round up every Muslim and sail their happy asses to the AP in about one month. It seems to me the media can make more money if they milk attacks every six months...

Anonymous ENthePeasant January 10, 2015 6:22 PM  

I just don't get these lefty stooges. Anders Brevik kills a shitoad of Norwegians and it's all about curtailing the right and nationalists. Muslims do attack after attack and we're told to be on guard for Islamaphobia. I think they're hypocrits trying to destroy the west... but I could be misinterpreting the data right before my nose?

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 6:23 PM  

OT, but is Washington behind the plunge in oil prices?

Can they achieve their objective before the damage hits home here? How many state budgets are in a deeper hole now that gasoline taxes have almost halved?

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 6:36 PM  

Ed Millibrand thinks he will win the next election.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 10, 2015 6:54 PM  

They're shattering leftist illusions, one murder at a time.

How many murders will it take for the wall of lies to break? I don't know.

But the Muslims aren't going to stop, so we'll find out.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 10, 2015 6:59 PM  

ENthePeasant: "I just don't get these lefty stooges."

They're anti-white, not pro-working-class.

ENthePeasant: "I think they're hypocrits trying to destroy the west... but I could be misinterpreting the data right before my nose?"

Trust your eyes, not their lies.

You've already got it; you just need to be firmly confident that you've got it.

Anonymous rubberducky January 10, 2015 7:25 PM  

If I were a member of the French ruling elite I'd be quaking in my boots right now, because when political turning points have happened in France it's been Katy-Bar-The-Door. Face it, ISIS looks like a piker in beheading compared to when the French broke out their guillotines. When France undergoes a shift in governing paradigms, when they exchange one set of ruling elite with another, it can get very ugly. When the French are restless, when there's a whiff of displeasure with TPTB, when any kind of revolutionary spirit shows it's head, the ruling elite of France are very behooved to get off their butt. Will they?

Blogger Danby January 10, 2015 7:25 PM  

@Skeptic
"OT, but is Washington behind the plunge in oil prices?

Can they achieve their objective before the damage hits home here? How many state budgets are in a deeper hole now that gasoline taxes have almost halved?"


Most state gas taxes are per gallon, not per dollar. So the non-oil producing states are actually seeing an increase in revenue. Same with the Federal gas tax.
The lost govt revenues are from either general business and personal taxes on the oil business or lost royalty and lease hold payments, where those are denominated in a percentage of the production X price. This is true for both government leaseholds.and private well owners.

Anonymous wonderful January 10, 2015 7:29 PM  

Stunned parishoners stand to applaud after priest tells mass about his homosexuality and support for gay marriage

A Catholic priest in Dublin has receiving a standing ovation from members of his church after revealing he is gay during mass.

Father Martin Dolan, who has served the inner-city Church of St Nicholas of Myra for the past 15 years, made the unusual step of coming out in support of gay marriage and added: I’m gay myself”.

Speaking to the Irish Sun, community youth worker Liz O’Connor said: “We are all very proud of Father Martin. Because he has admitted that he is gay he doesn’t change the person that he was before it.”

A source within the Catholic Church said “It was very brave. He said he was gay. That was it...no bones about it.”

“He was just doing his service, it was part of his homily, and that’s it. If he feels strongly about something, Martin just says it.

Anonymous The other skeptic January 10, 2015 7:50 PM  

Most state gas taxes are per gallon, not per dollar.

Hmmm, you are right. In some states it is a % of the dollar value before other taxes, but in most it is per gallon. In CA there is both a 39.x cpg tax and a 2.25% sales tax before local taxes, so the CA budget will not be taking much of a hit, but local budgets in CA will I imagine.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 10, 2015 7:53 PM  

The poster "Dat" proof of the idiocy of the left's rhetoric.

Anonymous Shut Up, Tad January 10, 2015 8:24 PM  

> The poster "Dat" proof of the idiocy of the left's rhetoric.

Or the banality of Tad's rhetoric

Anonymous patrick kelly January 10, 2015 9:47 PM  

"The least attractive feature of what we can loosely call "the right" is the tendency towards pessimism, which leads to fatalism.

You win more battles with a smile on your face and laughter on your lips than you do being a doomy, gloomy misery-guts."

Guilty....but I'm working on it....whiskey helps....I think...

Anonymous zen0 January 10, 2015 10:24 PM  

You win more battles with a smile on your face and laughter on your lips than you do being a doomy, gloomy misery-guts."

Yah. Charles Martel was a literal stand-up comedian.

Give me like,,, a break.

Anonymous Didas Kalos January 10, 2015 10:25 PM  

Three Scriptures concerning Nations:
Psalm 33:12 Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord;
Psalm 9:17 The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God.
Psalm 127:1 Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.

Selah.

Anonymous zen0 January 10, 2015 10:34 PM  

Psalms 2
1Why do the nations conspirea

and the peoples plot in vain?

2The kings of the earth rise up

and the rulers band together

against the Lord and against his anointed, saying,

3“Let us break their chains

and throw off their shackles.”


4The One enthroned in heaven laughs;

the Lord scoffs at them.

5He rebukes them in his anger

and terrifies them in his wrath, saying,

6“I have installed my king

on Zion, my holy mountain.”

7I will proclaim the Lord’s decree:


He said to me, “You are my son;

today I have become your father.

8Ask me,

and I will make the nations your inheritance,

the ends of the earth your possession.

9You will break them with a rod of ironb ;

you will dash them to pieces like pottery.”


10Therefore, you kings, be wise;

be warned, you rulers of the earth.

11Serve the Lord with fear

and celebrate his rule with trembling.

12Kiss his son, or he will be angry

and your way will lead to your destruction,

for his wrath can flare up in a moment.

Blessed are all who take refuge in him.

Anonymous Michael January 10, 2015 10:36 PM  

Claymore, "I don't understand why people in positions of governmental leadership and the media continue to coddle 4G war muzloids, who are part of a religious group, and who proclaim to have God on their side."

Hopefully now you will.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks_D2drIs6E

Anonymous zen0 January 10, 2015 10:39 PM  

You win more battles with slaughter on a larger scale than your enemie can accomplish.

Duh?

Blogger Joshua Sinistar January 10, 2015 11:21 PM  

All of you keep focusing on Muslims who are a symptom and not Jews who are the disease. The Muslims didn't break down the door, the Jews held it open from them.
You can be Batman chasing the Joker forever, or Judge Dredd who solves the problem overnight by killing the people who keep letting him go.

Blogger Shibes Meadow January 10, 2015 11:22 PM  

@wonderful January 10, 2015 7:29 PM: "Stunned parishoners stand to applaud after priest tells mass about his homosexuality and support for gay marriage. A Catholic priest in Dublin has receiving a standing ovation from members of his church after revealing he is gay during mass."

What the Catholic Church teaches about homosexuality: "'[H]omosexual acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved." [III, 2.2.6.2.5, 2357]

The Church has always and everywhere taught the same thing. The people in the pews can't change it. A priest can't change it. A bishop can't change it. A cardinal can't change it. A synod can't change it. A Council can't change it. Not even the Pope himself can change it. No matter what anyone inside or outside of the Church says or does, sodomy (of which homosexuality is only one species) will always be a mortal sin. Those who do not believe it have no business calling themselves Catholics.

Weekly update over at the Shibes blog, BTW. All are welcome -- even Tommy Hate. Where is that crazy guy these days, anyway?

Anonymous Michael January 10, 2015 11:25 PM  

Joshua Sinistar, while you're absolutely right in your first point, are you really advocating for killing the Jews? I hope not.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar January 11, 2015 12:05 AM  

The Jews are dead anyway. If they create a Mad Max world will they be able to survive? They love money. Money is all this is about. However, without food, clothing, shelter and energy, what good is gold?
They either end up as a Kosher Bacon sandwich for their diverse pets or dying of starvation in a cold underground bunker clutching a bag of money. Someday an alien archaeologist breaks into it like the tomb of a dead pharaoh and finds a moldy spider webbed skeleton of a dwarf holding a bag full of paper with indecipherable scrip and coins with strange faces and extinct animals.
If they are not killed will they ever stop trying to kill us? Will they stop telling niggers to rape White women and kill cracker babies? This isn't murder its self-defense, man!

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 11, 2015 12:40 AM  

If history has proved anything to us, it ought to be this: there will be Jews in another thousand years, and in ten thousand years, and in a hundred thousand years. They are more secure than the stars in their constellations, and their troubles are always the same: those which they create for themselves. Whether one opposes them or crawls at their feet it will be the same. Thus, all plans to beat or save the Jews are useless.

The blacks are not giving up Africa either; neither are the Asians giving up Asia to non-Asians.

There is only one "live" issue in the world; only one fate is really up for grabs.

This, the only thing that matters, is in play in Europe now, and the struggles are in men's hearts, and play out over pretexts like ugly cartoons.

Interesting times!

Blogger Joshua Sinistar January 11, 2015 1:02 AM  

All I know is this. Any view of the future whether its Star Trek-style socialism or Frontier Family Lost In Space, its White people who build the ships to get there.
What does the future without White people look like? Look at Detroit, Haiti, India or the Aztecs. Remember that Detroit is still receiving millions of dollars in White tax dollars. So is Haiti, and India. The Aztecs were starving when Cortez arrived. They thought he was their God Quetzalcoatl - a White man.
Do not be so sure the Jews will live much longer. God turned his back on them in Babylon, and they killed his son and unrepentedly say they would kill them again. Enemies of God have the lifespan of fruitflies with cancer.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 11, 2015 1:26 AM  

Joshua Sinistar: "What does the future without White people look like? Look at Detroit, Haiti, India or the Aztecs."

Right. The future without whites looks like the past minus everything that white people ever had a hand in.

And the choice between that and limitless wonder is up for grabs, in play.

So many of us in previous ages thought we were accomplishing something great for the future. But if we lose this contest now in this century, it was all for nothing -- as useless as the toil to build fine public works in Rhodesia or what would become Haiti.

This is the main event, and we get to see it.

Isn't this the most fascinating time to be alive?

Anonymous Toby Temple January 11, 2015 2:43 AM  

Farage does not need to divide them. The Muslim radicals those pro-immigration bastards brought into their country are going to do the job. And Farage will be rewarded by the people with the power to put a stop on such Muslim acts of violence.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 11, 2015 3:40 AM  

I would have more faith in a schoolgirl than in Nigel Farage.

Specifically this one: "At the train station, I heard one schoolgirl telling her friends that World War III has started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist."

Anonymous zen0 January 11, 2015 6:29 AM  

> Enemies of God have the lifespan of fruitflies with cancer.

I think you need to pay more attention to actual history, rather than Star Trek or Lost in Space.

Anonymous Discard January 11, 2015 6:44 AM  

Titus: "This is the main event and we get to see it."
I hadn't thought of it that way. I guess it is a fascinating time to be alive, living (hopefully) through World War 3.
I hope it hasn't come too late in my life to see it through.

Anonymous Michael January 11, 2015 9:10 AM  

Joshua Sinistar, "The Jews are dead anyway. If they create a Mad Max world will they be able to survive? They love money. Money is all this is about. However, without food, clothing, shelter and energy, what good is gold?"

It's not a matter of their avarice; it goes much deeper than that. This is Biblical in nature. They feel guilt and constantly try to deflect that guilt upon others. Nowhere is this more apparent than with their fixation with the holocaust in Nazi Germany, which is used as a shield to give them license to 'exact revenge' upon white societies. But the thing is, Jesus died for all mankind, not exclusively for the Gentiles. God loves the whole world. Had Jesus not been crucified and fulfilled the prophecy, neither we nor they would have a means of redemption. Despite their having just killed Jesus, who were the very first Christians? The Jews.

If you're of the mindset that we should start killing them, that's wicked thinking and just plain stupid. You are to conquer the world through love and faith in Christ, not war. God is allowing the Jews to suffer the consequences for their actions. Nowhere is it written that this gives you the right to kill them. We've all sinned and need redemption.

The real solution is for white Christians to take back full control of our governments, media and academia, to prohibit all forms of usury and remove the central banks once and for all. We can do this. We need a spiritual reawakening and fast, because we're fast approaching the crossroads to war with Islam, which is exactly what the globalists want.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 11, 2015 1:15 PM  

Discard: "I hope it hasn't come too late in my life to see it through."

Live long and prosper, Discard.

Anonymous Jim Milo January 11, 2015 9:10 PM  

>World War III has started and she doesn't care if anyone calls her racist."

Yup, racist (and soggy knees too, for that matter) no longer has their baiting effectiveness.

Was The Boy Who Cried Wolf banned from the SJW curriculum? Because these idiots should know there comes a point where no one 'listens and believes' anymore.

This week one of Gamergate's major opposing forces was outed as being involved with bestiality. Watching the SJWs who rally for PETA supporting an admitted dog rapist probably did a lot of damage to their soft support (those who still buy into the BS 'harassment' narrative).

Blogger Joshua Sinistar January 11, 2015 10:36 PM  

Michael, no offense really, but how are White Christians going to take back their Governments without force? Do you really believe in "democracy" anymore? Obama didn't receive more votes in 2012, the Government lied. No one believed the results. The idiots in the media who were dancing and. making fun of people for losing were dancing on their own graves. That result wasn't even possible, much less probable.
Look at what happened in 2014. They couldn't even pretend the Democrats weren't being creamed, so they just had the Controlled Opposition ignore the voters. These assholes are so fucking dead its not even funny.
There is obviously now no other way for Americans to get what they want without shooting down the liars and traitors selling them down the river. I'm not sure where these rats think they're going to run when it starts, but I'm pretty sure that anywhere on this planet is not far enough considering what they've been saying and doing.
Oh, White people are going to be the minority, so you better die and get used to it. After they're dead I'm going to save this shit so that for all Eternity these rodents are THE BIGGEST JOKE EVER as THE DUMBEST MORONS WHO EVER WANTED TO RULE THE WORLD!

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