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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The strategist's warning

George Friedman, the head of StratFor, sheds additional light on the long-term European situation:
Europe's hidden secret: The Europeans do not see Muslims from North Africa or Turkey as Europeans, nor do they intend to allow them to be Europeans. The European solution to their isolation is the concept of multiculturalism — on the surface a most liberal notion, and in practice, a movement for both cultural fragmentation and ghettoization....

The European inability to come to terms with the reality it has created for itself in this and other matters does not preclude the realization that wars involving troops are occurring in many Muslim countries. The situation is complex, and morality is merely another weapon for proving the other guilty and oneself guiltless. The geopolitical dimensions of Islam's relationship with Europe, or India, or Thailand, or the United States, do not yield to moralizing.

Something must be done. I don't know what needs to be done, but I suspect I know what is coming. First, if it is true that Islam is merely responding to crimes against it, those crimes are not new and certainly didn't originate in the creation of Israel, the invasion of Iraq or recent events. This has been going on far longer than that. For instance, the Assassins were a secret Islamic order to make war on individuals they saw as Muslim heretics. There is nothing new in what is going on, and it will not end if peace comes to Iraq, Muslims occupy Kashmir or Israel is destroyed. Nor is secularism about to sweep the Islamic world. The Arab Spring was a Western fantasy that the collapse of communism in 1989 was repeating itself in the Islamic world with the same results. There are certainly Muslim liberals and secularists. However, they do not control events — no single group does — and it is the events, not the theory, that shape our lives.

Europe's sense of nation is rooted in shared history, language, ethnicity and yes, in Christianity or its heir, secularism. Europe has no concept of the nation except for these things, and Muslims share in none of them. It is difficult to imagine another outcome save for another round of ghettoization and deportation. This is repulsive to the European sensibility now, but certainly not alien to European history. Unable to distinguish radical Muslims from other Muslims, Europe will increasingly and unintentionally move in this direction.
The fact that the Europeans view nationality in a fundamentally different matter than Americans is hardly hidden. They have never bought into the myth that paperwork determines nationality. I've lived in Europe for more of my adult life than I've lived in the USA and I've been pointing this out to my American readers for years.

Forget nationality. One of my neighbors had lived in our town for 30 years and she still considered herself, and was considered by the other townspeople, as a resident of the next town over. As for us, we have been "gli americani" for more than 15 years; for the last decade "nostri americani". And this is despite our being fully integrated into the community, speaking the language, attending the church, and so on.

Now, imagine how those townspeople regard even second- or third-generation Muslims, who look, act, think, believe, and behave differently. To believe that they will be able to distinguish radical Muslims from non-radical Muslims, much less bother to do so, defies all credibility.

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Anonymous Heh January 13, 2015 3:36 PM  

The greasy wops need to try harder to assimilate you! Perhaps if you opened a small, filthy grocery store...

Blogger Owen January 13, 2015 3:38 PM  

Have you tried not bathing?

Blogger Bob Wallace January 13, 2015 3:53 PM  

One of my German friends told me in Germany one town is Protestant and the next one over is Catholic. Bodes ill for "multiculturalism" in Europe.

Blogger Magson January 13, 2015 3:55 PM  

Sarah Hoyt has several blgo posts about her growing-up years in Portugal that highlight this concept of nationality, and how it seems to take a family being in a place for several generations before they're finally considered "one of us."

Unlike us where it's pretty much "You wanna be an American? Great, sign here. . .and done!"

Blogger Miguel D'Anconia January 13, 2015 4:01 PM  

Multiculturism never works. Period. Pity the invaders when the gig is finally up.

Anonymous Alexander January 13, 2015 4:11 PM  

I'm curious though: how many actual French men and women are there younger than 30? It's all well and good for the arab to be thrown out, but who will keep him out?

If there's any chance for long term survival, then in my lifetime I am going to witness the violent expulsion of multiculturalism and its enablers, followed by a horrific recognition of the what feminism has enabled and created almost certainly followed by a massive counter-stroke towards the patriarchy.

And icing on the cake, the looks of anguish on every anti-American coastal liberal who patronizes how we need to be more like Europe when they realize what, exactly, Europe historically is.

I know we are at times frustrated about the times we live in, but there are clearly, many blessings to be had as well.

Anonymous Spy January 13, 2015 4:15 PM  

Quit shaving your legs and underarms.

Blogger sysadmn January 13, 2015 4:16 PM  

That large Muslim populations jeopardize the peace and security of any non-Muslim nation, is, therefore, simply an inescapable arithmetic truth.

... it depends on an awakening of our crippled ability to discriminate: to understand that of all the world’s religions and political ideologies, Islam, for now at least, poses a unique threat (not least because it is both of those things at once). That it does present a unique threat, and therefore requires a unique response, should be, one would imagine, almost completely self-evident at this point in world history — but so deeply infected are the good people of the West with what I have called the “cultural immunodeficiency” virus that nothing short of a terrible, existential shock will make this happen. As bad as recent events have been, we have not yet received such a shock, I think.


http://malcolmpollack.com/2015/01/12/what-will-we-do/

Anonymous redsash January 13, 2015 4:16 PM  

Do they have a Baptist church in your part of Italy?

Anonymous Mike M. January 13, 2015 4:18 PM  

Vox, your comment about "nostri Americani" isn't too terribly different from many rural areas in the USA. The area where I live, less than 80 miles from Washington DC, unofficially defines "native" as having at least two grandparents from the area, as well as being born there yourself. I've lived here since 1973, but will never be accepted as a native - and I try to blend in.

Anonymous Alexander January 13, 2015 4:23 PM  

Actually, it occurs to me that war may now be completely inevitable, though I would need to see the demographics as they really are in order to say so with any certainty.

When the Europeans reach the point that they are willing to send millions of angry, on-the-whole young Muslims back across the Mediterranean, I think there is a very real chance that they will look at the long-term numbers game and decide to give their grand-children (those that will have them and that survive the nine-month gauntlet, at any rate) a fighting chance to keep what has just been won back and lob a few bombs into the thick of things.

That, or they won't and the aforementioned grand-children will do it.

Either way. Rockets red glare and bombs bursting in air.

Anonymous Don January 13, 2015 4:27 PM  

Have you tried wearing a lot of gold chains? Can you grow chest hair? I think that will help with assimilation. You don't want to assimilate into the mi scusi guy from Eurotrip.

Anonymous RedJack January 13, 2015 4:28 PM  

Mike M.

You are dead on with the rural thing. Where I grew up, I can go back and be "one of them" at any moment. My half sister, who spent more time in Nebraska than I have, is not.

Same with where my wife is from.

Where I live now, I will always be "from away", but have been listed as semi local. I am not from here, but they trust me more than most.

Blogger Doom January 13, 2015 4:32 PM  

Europe will increasingly and unintentionally move in this direction.

Bunk. There will be, is, nothing unintentional about it. They will hide it behind politeness, policy, and necessity, even apologetically, and smile while they do it, but use all force to make sure it happens. European nationalism is really nice, pleasant even, right up until it slaughters with callous disregard. The question, always, is when and where does it start and stop. Usually it won't stop on it's own. Actually, I have never heard of it stopping on it's own. Secularism has come home to roost, again, for that part of the continent, or will.

This time, we need to stay out of it. Let Russia, China, and Euro figure it out. Sure, build up the military in the interim, but only to have manufacturing ready to replace what is lost over there. Pipedream, but not impossible. Especially if Rand can get in. Then again, it looks more like he has been busily shooting his chances in the foot as often and with as much abandon as possible. He is definitely becoming his father's son. Fair enough. I don't think he actually wants the position, or has been warned off and is just playing his role.

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Blogger Cataline Sergius January 13, 2015 5:00 PM  

Unlike us where it's pretty much "You wanna be an American? Great, sign here...and done!"

I wish that was true. I indeed and truly wish that it was. But I'm starting to think that is not the case anymore. We've never had the assimilation problem we are facing now.

I think the biggest problems America had before this were the Italians and the Irish. Okay yes the only difference between them now is, "one has better food and the other has better beer". But acculturation did not happen overnight and almost didn't happen at all. In some ways, it still hasn't.

I'm not a xenophobe, I'm honestly not. What I am however is a student of history.

And there is no precedent on for acculturation on the scale that we would have to able to perform now. It's never happened before and I see no evidence of it happening now.

Blogger DaveofSpades January 13, 2015 5:04 PM  

Mike M & Redjack have it right. I once heard a line on the show Justified ( based in deep rural Kentucky) that summed it up well: "There's a family moved in when John F.K. was president. We still call them " the new neighbors "."

Anonymous Johnycomelately January 13, 2015 5:11 PM  

I've lived in a Muslim ghetto my entire life and I can tell you Westerners have no idea how this culture thinks.

The Mosques are a den of intrigue subterfuge and strategic planning, outbreeding, military training, criminal cells, strategic domination of Municipality elections, government infiltration etc. are common topics. All funded by the Gulf states.

Once they are comfortable with their numbers a 'night of the long knives' is a forgone conclusion.



Anonymous Giuseppe January 13, 2015 5:20 PM  

Vox,
Beh, alla fine sei sempre un selvaggio pellerossa, non si sa mai quando potresti dipingerti la faccia e prendere gli scalpi di qualche povero, intorpidito discendente di mezzi arabi, Greci, Macedoni, Visigoti, e vari altri barbari

Anonymous Salt January 13, 2015 5:23 PM  

Isn't Muslim heritage one of being nomadic? If so, of what use is any idea of being ~French?

Anonymous Sailoring January 13, 2015 5:23 PM  

"The Mosques are a den of intrigue subterfuge and strategic planning, outbreeding, military training, criminal cells, strategic domination of Municipality elections, government infiltration etc. are common topics."

Sounds exactly like the evangelical churches my parents dragged me to. Busy body plotters who believed you were evil and dangerous if you didn't think like them and happy to see any kind of trouble be brought down upon you for no other reason than you didn't think right.

Blogger RandalThorn January 13, 2015 5:25 PM  

Sorry Giuseppe, you are at fault here. The only Macedonians that exist are the Greek ones, and it would be as rational to segregate them from the rest of the Greeks when you are talking about the nation like it would be to segregate Athenians or Spartans or Icarians when talking about Greeks.

Blogger jimmy-jimbo January 13, 2015 5:54 PM  

"pointing this out to my American readers for years"

Which means America should give back the lands it has taken and purchased? Americans should be sent back to which it came? The millions of Mexicans invading America is really returning home at least in the Southwest.

America is 238 years old on 1776. Before it became a nation, it was independent states or territories that any group may make claim. Perhaps it is time to give it up?

Or maybe we draw the line when we got the 50th State, Hawaii, on August 21, 1959.

Other than that, I do agree that Europe must decide what works best for them. America might be lost, but that's where we're at.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 13, 2015 6:15 PM  

But what about the holy cause of chasing down every last white child and inflicting "dieversity" upon them?

Anonymous zen0 January 13, 2015 6:23 PM  

Maybe this is what will cause France to leave the EU so it can regain sovereignty over its borders.

Blogger RobertT January 13, 2015 6:23 PM  

When I was in the third grade a classmate moved into my home town from a town with whom we had an athletic rivalry. This guy graduated with us, still lives in my hometown, was mountain manager of the local ski area and became a star player in our athletic prowess as we stormed state and conference titles, but I still regard him as a resident of our hated adversary.

Anonymous Giuseppe January 13, 2015 6:40 PM  

RandalThorn,
Eh. I'll just assume you don't read Italian and that Google translate is broken for you. It's just easier that way. Though, there is no getting away from the fact that...yup. You're that guy.

Anonymous Atombum January 13, 2015 6:42 PM  

StratFor? Isn`t that the CIA founded company that it`s claimed that Alex Jones works for?

Anonymous VD January 13, 2015 6:49 PM  

Beh, alla fine sei sempre un selvaggio pellerossa, non si sa mai quando potresti dipingerti la faccia e prendere gli scalpi di qualche povero, intorpidito discendente di mezzi arabi, Greci, Macedoni, Visigoti, e vari altri barbari

Va bene, sono molto paziente. Posso aspettare cosi. Anch'io non so quando....

Blogger Student in Blue January 13, 2015 7:03 PM  

Sounds exactly like the evangelical churches my parents dragged me to. Busy body plotters who believed you were evil and dangerous if you didn't think like them and happy to see any kind of trouble be brought down upon you for no other reason than you didn't think right.

There's a difference between "happy to see any kind of trouble" and "happy to bring any kind of trouble".

I sincerely doubt that evangelical churches you were dragged to as such a poor impressionable child had "military training and criminal cells [...] are common topics". Maybe a worship of military, but certainly not military *training*, and I'd be very hard pressed to believe criminal cells were a common topic either.

Assuming you're saying the truth here and the churches you saw were full of the most passive-aggressive people who were just full of sin and loathing. You're trying to equate that with active-aggressive people, which is disingenuous.

Anonymous Giuseppe January 13, 2015 7:05 PM  

Anch'io non so quando....
Bellissima.
Non sarai solo amico. Come sai, tra qualche "bianco" e qualche selvaggio pellerossa c'era anche la tradizione di fratelli di sangue... pero meglio se e quello degli altri invece che il nostro, dopotutto, un palmo sanguinante potrebbe far scivolare il tomahawk...

Anonymous CED January 13, 2015 7:05 PM  

But VD, what of Europe's young? Haven't they embraced multiculturalism and progressive social policy in a big way, ready to cast aside "outdated" concepts of "we?" Serious question, by the way. It just doesn't seem likely that today's kids would be any kind of nationalist.

Anonymous Giuseppe January 13, 2015 7:09 PM  

Student in Blue,
Still... Between the passive aggressive (and they are not so passive in gossip and spreading maliciousness) vicious busybodies and an outright murdering Muslim, it's hard to know which I'd prefer...at least you can shoot the Muslims in good faith and be done with it...

Blogger Robert What? January 13, 2015 7:31 PM  

It might be too late for countries like Germany. If the people had to fight only the invaders it might be doable. But they will have to also fight their own government, who will be on the side of the invaders. Much like in the US.

Blogger Chris Mallory January 13, 2015 7:35 PM  

"The millions of Mexicans invading America is really returning home at least in the Southwest."

Not really. The Comanche and Apache kept the Mexicans out of most of the Southwest and Texas. That is why the Mexicants started importing Americans to Texas. They needed some one to fight the wagon burners.

As for immigrants, Americans should work at expelling anyone who had their family come here after 1800. Immigrants ruined this nation.

Blogger James Dixon January 13, 2015 7:42 PM  

> You are dead on with the rural thing. Where I grew up, I can go back and be "one of them" at any moment. My half sister, who spent more time in Nebraska than I have, is not.

Bingo. We've now lived in current area for over 20 years. We're still considered newcomers, though we're accepted. I have family going back over 200 years in my home town about 90 miles away. I'm considered one of them.

Anonymous NorthernHamlet January 13, 2015 7:46 PM  

il tomahawk

i tomahawks?!

Anonymous MendoScot January 13, 2015 7:53 PM  

So MendoScot has lived 2 of his 53 years in Scotland, and the rest amongst the barbaros. I am a Scot who can trace his lineage back to the 14thC in Scotland. Nonetheless, if there is one thing I know, it is how to live in countries which share little of what I consider my culture. Even in Argentina, where many of the educated lament the failed British invasions of 1806 and 07, I am careful to limit my civic involvement - which is often invited, given the admiration the Argies have for British organization and efficiency.

The Muslims have no intention of living in a foreign land. I can see that as clearly as I see that Argentina would never accept an Anglo-Saxon society, for all that they understand the benefits that such a society would bring. Worse, they are actively encouraging Guaraní migration from Bolivia and Peru, while covering up the low-level civil war that the Mapuche are fighting in Patagonia.

So, even putting down roots gets complicated when you think that the generation born in the country where you live might have to fight to keep it as it was when you arrived.

Blogger Student in Blue January 13, 2015 7:54 PM  

@Giuseppe
Still... Between the passive aggressive (and they are not so passive in gossip and spreading maliciousness) vicious busybodies and an outright murdering Muslim, it's hard to know which I'd prefer...at least you can shoot the Muslims in good faith and be done with it...

The question is not in which we prefer, but rather just how similar are they?

The rhetoric used by Sailoring equated ("Sounds exactly like the evangelical churches") malicious gossip with active rebellion, and it's the same kind of rhetoric that leads to false claims of "all religions are bad" and "religion causes war".

No, it is not true. A malicious old biddy will not be chopping your head off in the streets, as that example of a 'bad faith' church is a passive, self-centered group. What was described as being in a mosque is an active group that encouraged its members to be self-sacrificing - and their goals are your destruction.

The only similarity between the two is that they are both very unChristian. Neither of which make for good neighbors, it is just that one is a sword, and the other is a poison.

Blogger Cogitans Iuvenis January 13, 2015 7:56 PM  

I think the biggest problems America had before this were the Italians and the Irish. Okay yes the only difference between them now is, "one has better food and the other has better beer". But acculturation did not happen overnight and almost didn't happen at all. In some ways, it still hasn't. The "Irish" are fully acculturated. There are almost as many Americans claiming Irish descent as can claim English and German. That being said, it probably isn't a coincidence that during the last decades of Irish immigration the cultural elite forced newcomers to assimilate when they realized that they couldn't drive the Irish away.

Blogger buzzardist January 13, 2015 8:33 PM  

The "Irish" are fully acculturated. There are almost as many Americans claiming Irish descent as can claim English and German. That being said, it probably isn't a coincidence that during the last decades of Irish immigration the cultural elite forced newcomers to assimilate when they realized that they couldn't drive the Irish away.

Fully acculturated? I think a voting map of the US matched up with a map of immigration patterns to the US going back to the mid-1800s would suggest otherwise. Why, for example, does Minnesota often vote like a Scandinavian socialist country? A predominance of Scandinavian immigrants three, four, or five generations ago has plenty to do with it.

The more far-flung individuals are from immigrant enclaves, the more they will acculturate, but various traits and habits persist for generations.

Blogger Carnivore January 13, 2015 8:34 PM  

One of my German friends told me in Germany one town is Protestant and the next one over is Catholic. Bodes ill for "multiculturalism" in Europe.

This was even the case with the ethnic German towns in what was Yugoslavia, where they were a minority. Mom told me that once the German army invaded, this division was diminished with the stress on being German vs. Protestant or Catholic. And yet, when the (surviving) ethnic Germans were expelled to post-war Germany, these DPs tended to settle in the same neighborhoods (with their own kind - surprise) once they left their temporary housing. The native Germans disdainfully referred to the neighborhoods as the "garlic settlements" (Knoblauch-Siedlung) because of the liberal use of garlic in their cooking. And yet, at least for my relatives who remained in Germany, they were assimilated within one generation.

With the Muslims - no way. My relatives were complaining about the Turks 30 years ago and still are. The rift will always be there.

Blogger Carnivore January 13, 2015 8:39 PM  

Had to do a quick Wikipedia look up of 'Gastarbeiter' and found the following gem:

The first Gastarbeiter were recruited from European nations. However Turkey pressured the Federal Republic to allow its citizens to become guest workers. Theodor Blank, Secretary of State for Employment, was opposed to such agreements. He held the opinion that the cultural gap between Germany and Turkey would be too large and also held the opinion that Germany needed no more labourers because there were enough unemployed people living in the poorer regions of Germany who could fill these vacancies. The United States, however, put some political pressure on Germany, wanting to stabilize and create goodwill from a potential ally. The German Department of Foreign Affairs carried on the negotiations after this, and in 1961 an agreement was reached.

Anonymous rienzi January 13, 2015 8:46 PM  

All the young Norwegians I know consider the Swedes to be "The Other". We are regaled with stories of Norwegian victories over the hated Swedes back in the middle ages. Sweden is a half hour drive away over a dink-ass river. They look like Norwegians, have pretty much the same culture, language and religion. That being said, do you really expect Norwegians to love the Nigerians and Pakis being thrust upon them by the govt. in the service of Kumbya? Myadvice to the Nigerians and Pakis would be: "Run through the jungle. Don't look back."

Anonymous pseudotsuga January 13, 2015 9:14 PM  

"Americans should work at expelling anyone who had their family come here after 1800. Immigrants ruined this nation."
What about those of us who have family from the late 1600s, the 1700s, and the 1840s? I guess I could cut off my hand and send it back to the Old Country, but the rest of me perhaps is allowed by Chris' argument here.

Anonymous zen0 January 13, 2015 9:30 PM  

@ Mendo Scott So, even putting down roots gets complicated when you think that the generation born in the country where you live might have to fight to keep it as it was when you arrived.

Red Queen Trap.

http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2015/01/the-red-queens-race-a-strategic-trap.html

Anonymous Richard January 13, 2015 9:47 PM  

My parents moved to a small farming community in eastern Arizona that consisted mainly of families descended from original pioneer settlers 3 generations back. Even after living there for 20 years we were referred to as a 'new family.' the outsider/insider paradigm, I suspect is most prounounced at a local level. Does someone from the Lombard region look upon someone from Naples as a fellow 'Italian,' or is it like the deep south where you are either a southerner or a Yankee (the particular state being a secondary consideration)?

Anonymous Corvinus January 13, 2015 10:01 PM  

Does someone from the Lombard region look upon someone from Naples as a fellow 'Italian,' or is it like the deep south where you are either a southerner or a Yankee (the particular state being a secondary consideration)?

The latter. Actually, if anything, worse. Northern Italians look upon the South the same way we do Mexico.

Anonymous Stg58 / Animal Mother January 13, 2015 10:02 PM  

Half of my family came here in the 1870's and the other half on the second Mayflower. What to do? Send half of me back to Europe?

Anonymous Corvinus January 13, 2015 10:12 PM  

The "Irish" are fully acculturated. There are almost as many Americans claiming Irish descent as can claim English and German. That being said, it probably isn't a coincidence that during the last decades of Irish immigration the cultural elite forced newcomers to assimilate when they realized that they couldn't drive the Irish away.

Fully acculturated? I think a voting map of the US matched up with a map of immigration patterns to the US going back to the mid-1800s would suggest otherwise. Why, for example, does Minnesota often vote like a Scandinavian socialist country? A predominance of Scandinavian immigrants three, four, or five generations ago has plenty to do with it.

@Cogitans Iuvenis @buzzardist @Cataline Sergius

I think there was a bit of both phenomena going on. New England was always more liberal and communitarian -- the Federalist Party was centered in New England, and universalism was pretty much invented there, and this was before the Catholic immigrants arrived. And the Southern states were always more conservative and individualistic. I'm not convinced that there wasn't really an underlying liberal tendency to the Northern areas that the immigrants weren't assimilated into, rather than the immigrants turning the area liberal. Now, of course, there are features about Minnesota and Wisconsin politics that were undoubtedly given them by their Scandinavian and German settlers, but even there, the original Yankee settlers were earlier and had time to make their mark upon the area.

Note too that Irish and Italians were hardly equivalent. Even if both were Catholic, the Irish were English-speakers from the British Isles and were far less alien than the Italians and Sicilians. Also, the Irish were more spread around the country, whereas the Italians were more concentrated in a few areas in the Northeast.

Anonymous zen0 January 13, 2015 10:21 PM  

No wonder the multicultists act like they do. this thread proves it is way simpler to think about multicult than trying to sort out the differences, even if it is futile.

Anonymous zen0 January 13, 2015 10:25 PM  

/s

Anonymous zen0 January 13, 2015 10:36 PM  

OT

Fake photo of leaders in Paris march.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=324_1421065729

Anonymous LES January 13, 2015 11:22 PM  

It seems TPTB who are pushing multiculturalism in the US and Europe have the power to continue to do so and cannot be stopped.

It also seems to me that the clash with Islam is being orchestrated.

What is the goal of multiculturalism? To flood a country with workers to lower wages? To fracture nations and create chaos so they cannot defy the New World Order? Cui bono?

Anonymous zen0 January 13, 2015 11:30 PM  

> It also seems to me that the clash with Islam is being orchestrated.


“Hatred, racism and extremism have no place in this country,” she said in a speech earlier in the day. “We are a country based on democracy, tolerance and openness to the world.”

Merkel quote while attending a Muslim Brotherhood rally after the fake attendance at the Paris March.

Keeping up appearances.

The Nazis and Muslims found compatible ground. The Euro-commies and Muslims have as well.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 13, 2015 11:41 PM  

rienzi: "All the young Norwegians I know consider the Swedes to be "The Other". We are regaled with stories of Norwegian victories over the hated Swedes back in the middle ages."

That's a fault, and an opportunity for enemies of Europeans who want to kill you all.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 14, 2015 12:11 AM  

LES: "It seems TPTB who are pushing multiculturalism in the US and Europe have the power to continue to do so and cannot be stopped."

That's the state of play.

LES: "It also seems to me that the clash with Islam is being orchestrated."

I agree. Which does not mean that the Muslims themselves are not making the conflict inevitable.

LES: "What is the goal of multiculturalism?"

When people predict that America will soon be multicultural majority, this means white minority. Non-whites count as "multicultural". Whites don't. More multicultural means less whites. Totally multicultural means no whites.

(When a department is having a drive to be "more multicultural" you won't get away with pretending that this doesn't imply that whites won't be hired and promoted and non-whites will.)

Multiculturalism is a scam. Its point is to create conditions of life that imply the disappearance of an identifiable racial, ethnical or religious collective, in whole or in part. The target is us.

LES: "To flood a country with workers to lower wages?"

No. Multiculturalists push their agenda in different white countries with different labor conditions. It's not about the state of the labor market.

LES: "To fracture nations and create chaos so they cannot defy the New World Order?"

No. Whites were not resisting the New World Order anyway. Some white rural Christian Zionist true believes who accept what they are told and do what God's People tell them to do: do they have to be "assimilated" and ethnically cleansed by "diversity" so they don't fight the power? Of course not.

We are not being crushed by multiculturalism so that we can be controlled; we are controlled and that's why anti-whites can crush us with multiculturalism.

LES: "Cui bono?"

People with grievances against whites. (And against Christians.)

Anonymous A. Nonymous January 14, 2015 1:07 AM  

I understand many people find Vox's predictions go of Europeans in the near future very abruptly, calmly and efficiently going all Vlad Tepes on the entrenched aliens in their midst somewhat far-fetched. For my part, I suspect that if one were to tell the average American on the street in the mid-1930s that within a decade, Life magazine would be printing human-interest fluff pieces on American boys sending Japanese skulls home to their girlfriends as paperweights, one would not be taken seriously either.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus January 14, 2015 1:55 AM  

"Official" strategy writers can't be taken too seriously now, because due to the lack of free speech and the professional consequences of saying the wrong thing they all have to write without "noticing" the enormous power of organized Jewry, which is driving a lot of what is happening and also vetoes a lot of what would otherwise happen. A strategist who has to analyze without noticing the most important player in the game and without noticing the conflicts of interest between that player and lesser but still significant players is not a strategist but a propagandist.

If there was ever an ideal time for an amateur with a habit of making bold (and often wrong) predictions to turn out to be right and all the professionals to turn out to be wrong, this is it. The gap between what is happening and what must be said and not be said is enormous. The news mass media, the entertainment mass media, academia and even legislatures that daily find new ways to abridge free speech are engaged in forcing false consensuses over the most important matters. But the multicultural emperor has no clothes on.

Anonymous Sensei January 14, 2015 2:10 AM  

People haven fallen for the lie that things always happen slowly and gradually, but they can snowball frighteningly quickly. A huge chunk of people at any given time are just dormantly going about their lives along the path of least resistance, waiting for someone with charisma and a will to power to tell them what to do. Europe is only a couple more major terrorist incidents from some historical events. Very broadly, history suggests the game will start changing in France, then Germany will follow more decisively.

My impression is that while in Europe a healthy sense of skepticism and/or pragmatism is often still cultivated, Americans are naive and idealistic, bored sheep just waiting for an interesting shepherd, whether good or bad. Just most people can't usually be bothered because nothing seems worth crossing that all-important threshhold: disruption of daily life. If the trains ever stop running on time... things will get interesting in hours, not weeks.

Anonymous Giuseppe January 14, 2015 3:13 AM  

It also seems to me that the clash with Islam is being orchestrated

Yup. First they tried Syria, and Putin foiled them. Then Ukraine, and ditto. Now with some useful jihadi idiots they are trying again. The banksters need a war to sweep the imminent collapse of the global financial ponzi scheme under the rug.

Anonymous Joe Doakes January 14, 2015 8:49 AM  

Oh yes, we have Americans in our village. He's smart, speaks our language, drinks wine instead of beer and plays soccer. Nice wife and kids, too; you know, a typical American family.

If they only knew . . . .

Blogger Cogitans Iuvenis January 14, 2015 9:38 AM  

Fully acculturated? I think a voting map of the US matched up with a map of immigration patterns to the US going back to the mid-1800s would suggest otherwise. Why, for example, does Minnesota often vote like a Scandinavian socialist country? A predominance of Scandinavian immigrants three, four, or five generations ago has plenty to do with it.

The more far-flung individuals are from immigrant enclaves, the more they will acculturate, but various traits and habits persist for generations.


What do the Scandinavian descendants have to do with the Irish? I wasn't talking about Scandinavian descendants. Look, there are 45m Americans who claim Irish descent compared to the 49m for English and the 50m for German. Do you know how they track ethnicity? It's self-identified! Which means the numbers for people who are actually descended from someone who is either English, German or Irish is going to be higher.

As to voting patterns, white Catholics have voted conservative for the last 4 elections. I wonder were all those white Catholics originally came from...

http://www.pewforum.org/2012/11/07/how-the-faithful-voted-2012-preliminary-exit-poll-analysis/

Blogger sysadmn January 14, 2015 9:53 AM  

As for immigrants, Americans should work at expelling anyone who had their family come here after 1800. Immigrants ruined this nation.

That might be difficult, giving the huge bolus of immigrants in the early 20th century. I've seen estimates that 40% of Americans are descended from immigrants who went through Ellis Island (1892 to 1924).

Blogger Nate January 14, 2015 11:29 AM  

"Half of my family came here in the 1870's and the other half on the second Mayflower. What to do? Send half of me back to Europe?"

zip it jewboy

Anonymous Steve January 14, 2015 4:17 PM  

'The European inability to come to terms with the reality it has created for itself in this and other matters does not preclude the realization that wars involving troops are occurring in many Muslim countries."

Did we really create this situation for ourselves?

Seems to me that things intra-European were going along fine until a certain tribe of non-Europeans declared war on Germany for making them wear yellow stars on their clothing.

After that, we all had to become "vibrant" in order to prevent 60 trillion,pushy White-hating non-European Middle Easterners with aspirations of world domination relentlessly pursuing absolute power over us in our nations from being "holocausted" in wooden gas chambers again.

Never forget those 60 quatrillion victims of the wooden gas chamber,pneumatic hammer, and Rube Goldberg machine holocaust. That's important. If we ever forget that 60 googillion jews were gassed in Nazi Germany, we might round the 600000000 fargpillion jews living in Europe and European-derived nations and march them all right into leaky wooden gas chambers with wooden doors with huge glass panels in the middle of them and holocaust millions of them per hour in these wooden gas chambers of death.

And thus, we simply must have diversity (a.k.a. White Genocide) and if anyone points out that a disproprtionate amount of the leadership seats are taken up by less than 2% of the population who put people in jail for questioning their power or the source of it, their supposed holocaust, well, we'll just have to shoot them before they gat a chance to massacre the innocent 6000000000000000000000
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Anonymous Corvinus January 14, 2015 11:07 PM  

As to voting patterns, white Catholics have voted conservative for the last 4 elections. I wonder were all those white Catholics originally came from...

http://www.pewforum.org/2012/11/07/how-the-faithful-voted-2012-preliminary-exit-poll-analysis/


@Cogitans Iuvenis
What I find particularly interesting, and not more than a little ominous, is the drifting going on between 2000 and 2012. Nonwhites becoming more and more Democrat, and whites (and even the hard-left Jews) more and more Republican. And note the widening split between white and Hispanic Catholics.

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