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Saturday, December 26, 2015

"This is our home"

The post-Paris attacks responses continue to intensify:
Up to 600 French protesters desecrated a Muslim prayer hall in Corsica in a revenge attack prompted by the wounding of two firefighters and a police officer.

The furious mob smashed the prayer hall’s glass door, ransacked the interior and left around 50 partially-burned Korans littering the street overnight.

Chanting ‘Arabs get out!’ and ‘This is our home’, protesters marched through the streets of the French Mediterranean island’s capital, Ajaccio.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls described the attack on Twitter as ‘an unacceptable desecration’, and branded the violence towards the firefighters as an ‘intolerable attack’.

The violence began on the night of December 24, when two firefighters were ‘ambushed’ by ‘several hooded youths’ in the low-income neighbourhood of Jardins de L’Empereur.

It escalated when several hundred people gathered in front of police headquarters in the capital city, before marching through the streets to the housing estate where the attack on the firefighters took place. They then launched the violent assault on the local prayer room.

Interior Minister Bernard Cazaneuve insisted the perpetrators of both incidents would be tracked down and arrested, adding that there was no place for ‘racism and xenophobia’ in France.
As I have said, it will take two election cycles before the situation stabilizes. The current French government, like the current German government, Swedish government, and US government, are all actively taking the side of the invaders, against the nation, and therefore they are totally unable to bring a peaceful end to the situation. If we're all lucky, they will accept being voted out and seeing their handiwork methodically undone.

If we're not, there will be civil war throughout the West. It is eminently clear that a sufficient number of young Europeans have now concluded that they will no longer endure Muslim attacks without reprisals.

The governments can't stop them. Are they going to arrest the 1500 young nationals in Holland? The 600 young nationals in Corsica? And they can't even hold the threat of disemploying them over their heads, because the youth unemployment rates in Europe are over 50 percent. The die is cast, and most of the current governments have foolishly bet on the side that is destined to lose.

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OpenID paworldandtimes December 26, 2015 8:05 AM  

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls described the attack on Twitter as ‘an unacceptable desecration’

The presence of non-Europeans in Europe is an unacceptable desecration.

PA

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 8:11 AM  

When a Prime Minister uses the word desecration in connection with an idolatrous, pagan, occult, anti-Christ shrine, grove, image, symbol, device artifact or implement they have wittingly or unwittingly endorsed the practice. Hence a Prime "minister" administering an office of anti christ has established themselves to be in a holy place.

this isn't about how many civil servants can work overtime to build an aquaduct from Paris to Versailles.

This is a prime "minister" who can tell you, the constituents, what is holy and what is not. Isn't that interesting. Who has set themselves in a holy place, declaring themselves to be ....?

let him has ears listen to history.

Blogger Scuzzaman December 26, 2015 8:14 AM  

Precisely the position of the jihadis with respect to the presence of western forces in Muslim territories.

Seems reasonable to me.

Blogger Salt December 26, 2015 8:21 AM  

Civil war or peaceful transition (repatriation)? Historically, how often have such situations been peaceful? Seems many instinctively know that answer, and are arming themselves accordingly.

Blogger doug whiddon December 26, 2015 8:24 AM  

The protesters need to learn that to desecrate a mosque you need pigs. Pig blood and pig body parts strewn about will prevent them from rebuilding.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 8:24 AM  

desecrate (v.) Look up desecrate at Dictionary.com
1670s, formed from de- "do the opposite of" (see de-) + stem of consecrate. Old French had dessacrer "to profane," and there is a similar formation in Italian; but Latin desecrare meant "to make holy," with de- in this case having a completive sense. Related: Desecrated; desecrating.

What a secularist declares holy. What is separation of church and state when mosque and state are married as one?

Blogger Noah B #120 December 26, 2015 8:27 AM  

"Seems reasonable to me."

Their response is not only reasonable, it is fully necessary. The difference between the West and Islam is that Western civilization has naively offered tolerance and peace assuming it would be reciprocated, and Islam has responded by attempting to conquer the West, as it has reliably done throughout its history.

Our side is going to need to come to terms with the fact that enemies in a conflict often do similar things, although their motives are very different. Shooting back at an attacker doesn't make you exactly like your attacker.

Anonymous The SPY December 26, 2015 8:39 AM  

Islam has no place in the west. None.

The sooner we expel these pagan invaders (including the politicians) the better off we'll all be.

Blogger Student in Blue December 26, 2015 8:53 AM  

@5. doug whiddon

Last I heard, the majority of Muslims will make a big show over the uncleanliness of a pig only when there's someone watching. Otherwise they'll just quietly brush it off and ignore it.

It's not a magic bullet. With as opportunistic as the invaders are, why would you expect them to be beholden to Muslim teaching when it works against them?

Blogger Nate December 26, 2015 10:06 AM  

"Last I heard, the majority of Muslims will make a big show over the uncleanliness of a pig only when there's someone watching. Otherwise they'll just quietly brush it off and ignore it."

The message is what matters.

Christianity thrives under persecution.

Islam withers and dies under persecution.

Blogger John rockwell December 26, 2015 10:07 AM  

I read somewhere that 40% of french births are black. So what are the europeans going to do about that?

Blogger John rockwell December 26, 2015 10:12 AM  

@Nate

Middle Eastern Christianity has been almost wiped out by ISIS and muslim persecution. Doesnt seem to be thriving.

Certainly the flourishing north African Christianity and the Levant were wiped out.

Christianity may thrive in persecution is certain circumstances. But not when there are the incentives imposed by dhimmitude and being killed for not reciting the Shahatayin as historically occurred.

Blogger Nate December 26, 2015 10:15 AM  

"Middle Eastern Christianity has been almost wiped out by ISIS and muslim persecution. Doesnt seem to be thriving."

Watch. The process takes time but it always ends the same. You are impressed by what ISIS has done in the short term.

I would suggest you give a look to China... to see what's in store in the Long Run.

Anonymous Credo in Unum Deum December 26, 2015 10:25 AM  

Charles Martel would be proud.

islam has never "co-existed" with its neighbors. Going all the way back to muhammed, medina (yathrib) and mecca were once diverse cities with Jews, Arab pagans, Nestorian Christians, Orthodox Christians, all living in relative harmoney. After muhammed, they became 100% islam.

There has only been 2 options historically for dealing with islam:

1. 100% islam. (Iraq, Afghanistan, Arabian peninsula to name just a few...)

2. 0% islam. (Spain c. 1490s)

I'd rather exile them today, rather than have to nuke them tomorrow.

Blogger Cecil Henry December 26, 2015 10:39 AM  

A promising story of how people go mad in herds, but only recover their senses slowly, one by one:

My father, who has been indifferent at best to the invasion and PC dispossession of the nation takes the time to tell me what he did while he was at McDonald's in Toronto this week.

He noticed a 'swarthy' Middle Eastern man (possibly a Sikh) at the McDonald's going to order. HE notices the man carried a handgun in his holster, and was a security guard on duty.

My father said he didn't like that this guard was shopping and clearly attending to other matters while on duty and moving money for the bank next door. Something wasn't right..

So.... my Father immediately grabbed my Mom and demanded she leave NOW. HE left quickly as in his words 'I'm not taking any chances of being made a sitting duck for a situation I didn't choose'.

'How did this guy even get a gun???'
'If he can be a guard then ANYONE can!!'

I pointed out that this whole issue is solved really with borders, not coercive PC rhetoric. The time to act is NOT in a McDonald's, its YEARS before that!!!! Then I told him 'Diversity means chasing down the last White person'.


I think a light came on in his mind for a second anyway. HE always hates hearing that 'Africa for Africans, Asia for Asians, White countries for Everyone IS White Genocide'. But never answers it.

But from commenting that his grandsons school postings no longer say Christmas holiday or Christmas break on the public billboards but only 'see you after the Winter vacation' ... I think he is waking up.

Before he would never bother to come to me and tell me any such story. He says he 'hates driving in traffic now' but has not yet connected the atmosphere in the community to all the enforced 'diversity' that is blared at him 24/7. But its coming.

Blogger Antonio From Spain December 26, 2015 10:46 AM  

Vox, you mention “a sufficient number of young Europeans”. The European nationalist movements of the 1930s were almost exclusively the doing of very disillusioned young people. When I started speaking with people who had taken part in the anticommunist resistance movements that led to the National Uprising of 1936 in Spain I was surprised at how many were actually underage at the time. “We were so young, nobody took us seriously.” Not until it was too late they didn’t, no one saw it coming. As Albergati said "People don't change their minds. They die, and are replaced by people with different opinions." Yet every generation loves to think that the future will simply be a prolongation of their own sophisticated worldview, not a resolute reaction against it.

Also, a lot of people notice these new nationalists and assume that one of the consequences will be a disintegration of the EU. I am not convinced. A EU parliament with a nationalist majority would actually have more actionable plans to agree on than the socialdemocrat sclerotic consensus of these past decades.

Anonymous Lukas Brunnor December 26, 2015 10:51 AM  

I'd rather exile them today, rather than have to nuke them tomorrow.

Why not both? But seriously I'm starting to think really hard on the idea that this invasion of dark skins into the west, the appearance of extreme incompetence on the part of western political and financial leaders, and the misguided wars in foreign lands, among many other factors, point to what conspiracy theorists would say is an engineered and deliberate attempt to undermine the many nation-states of the world; that the stage is being set for a worldwide collapse of that system and the solution to which will be presented to the survivors as a single worldwide government.

Blogger JDC December 26, 2015 10:53 AM  

The one who screeches racism, intolerance and xenophobic is obviously, spiritually speaking, the better Christian because loving our enemies means being nice and not using naughty or creating bad-feel.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr December 26, 2015 10:54 AM  

This presents some interesting problems. On the one hand, the government wants to maintain a monopoly on the legitimate use of force. Particularly force outside of self-defense. On the other hand, people are taking these actions only because the government refuses to USE their force.

The first instinct for a modern government will be to toss the rioters and protesters in jail. But this undermines the legitimacy of the government. The other option, a crackdown on the migrants, may not occur to them until it's too late to save their political hides.

Blogger Hammerli280 December 26, 2015 11:08 AM  

@17 Lukas:

Never ascribe to malice what can adequately be explained by incompetence.

I'm convinced that the West came out of the World Wars with a severe loss of cultural confidence. Twice in three decades, the West had wracked itself with wars fought with a savagery not seen since the early 1600s. Worse, the West was still sickened by the follies of Communism and the Cult of the Noble Savage, which further undermined self-confidence.

The result has been a refusal to recognize the value of Western Civilization, and a willingness to tolerate savagery. Indeed, a willingness to BE savages ourselves. The average man or woman of 1915 would look at us and conclude that we were barbarians...without the dignity of a true barbarian.

Toss in a willingness to ascribe the Second World War to nationalism (patly true, but there were other factors that greatly magnified the conflict), and you have a recipe for governments without guts. Regimes whose only interest it to keep the senior officials and their sponsors in wealth and power.

Blogger pyrrhus December 26, 2015 11:13 AM  

@20 No, it's malice and evil--the Frankfurt School and the Fabians....

Anonymous kfg December 26, 2015 11:27 AM  

@20:

I have, in these very pages, been a proponent of the idea that WWI broke the collective Western mind and that we have never recovered.

I have also noted, however, that Hegel, Marx and Bismark, men who played a great role in shaping the contemporary world, were all dead before the war. It seems as if all roads pass through 19th century Prussia.

Anonymous kfg December 26, 2015 11:35 AM  

Squeeze Nietzsche in there between Hegel and Marx.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 11:52 AM  

I am surprised that it has taken the Corsicans this long to fight back and that the response has so far been restrained.

They are different from the average French person and I expected molotov cocktails and guns to feature more prominently in their reaction.

Perhaps next time.

Blogger kmbr December 26, 2015 11:58 AM  

**I'm convinced that the West came out of the World Wars with a severe loss of cultural confidence.**

I think that is partially at play.

Much, though, is just softness. Each generation is increasingly more comfortable and more soft.

I had dinner with two millenials yesterday. Both men (boys in men bodies) both engineers with, seemingly, the world at their fingertips. Degrees from top universities, never suffered a day in their lives, decent enough looking.

One already divorced. The other in "baby jail" for the next 17 years, never married.

Both, miserable whiny, sniveling pieces of mush. I had to listen as they lamented on about how their work didn't define them, didn't fulfill them, how they got their fulfillment from volunteering, the arts and traveling.

And I could only think to myself, "we will never survive if this is the mentality of men of this age group". I makes me realize the only thing that can save western civilization is calamity on a major scale.

Blogger praetorian December 26, 2015 11:59 AM  

Thread theme

Is removal of the kebab concern for your company or you?

Anonymous kfg December 26, 2015 11:59 AM  

"I am surprised . . . that the response has so far been restrained."

Warm up exercises.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr December 26, 2015 12:01 PM  

@22 kfg:

World War I started it. But World War II was far worse. One such conflict could be written off as an aberration. Two, the second far more savage, could not.

The big headache being that the First World War had been fueled by political instability. Afterward, various Utopia-through-slaughter ideologies became commonplace...and led to a far worse war.

Blogger IM2L844 December 26, 2015 12:02 PM  

While Anders Breivik may have arrived at a dubious solution for addressing the problem, his reasoning leading to the conclusion that there actually is a problem that must be addressed, one way or another and sooner rather than later, was sound.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr December 26, 2015 12:06 PM  

@25 kmbr:

Cheer up. I think you got a bad sample...and I'd like to know what sort of engineer. The young aerospace & mechanical engineers I'm working with will do to ride the river with.

Blogger Scuzzaman December 26, 2015 12:07 PM  

@Noah B

I fully agree. As our host has argued many times, retaliation is not aggression. Self-defense is not offensive.

Blogger Scuzzaman December 26, 2015 12:11 PM  

Oh, and as to the question of peaceful transition, that has been answered already. It is too late for that now. We had a chance at it but our "leaders" have chosen the way of pain. The violence is already upon us, whether we will it or not.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 12:14 PM  

The big headache being that the First World War had been fueled by political instability. Afterward, various Utopia-through-slaughter ideologies became commonplace...and led to a far worse war.

I am not so sure I believe that.

I think it was caused by a couple of things:

1. The British Empire not wanting to be supplanted by the rising power of the Germans. It was perhaps the financial elements in that empire that stood to lose the most ...

2. The destruction of Russia by international finance elements.

When you want to destroy a people you have to first destabilize their culture by replacing it with lots of perversion.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 12:17 PM  

Suspicious fire at a Mosque in Houston

Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 26, 2015 12:19 PM  

The violence is the fault of the multiculturalists and that must be pounded into their emotions controlling center of their brains, relentlessly

Blogger Tom K. December 26, 2015 12:27 PM  

"Returning fire doesn't make you the aggressor." I like that. Short and sweet.

Anonymous Lukas Brunnor December 26, 2015 12:27 PM  

I see some agreement that WWI is notable for many reasons. Biblically is it significant? If it was the point that western societies were broken, and the point to which many current woes can be traced back to I would expect it or that point in time to represent something in scripture. I have read many interpretations of prophecy, and I can assign many groups and events to the various characters, creatures, symbols found there. What I am not confident in the least about is that I am anywhere near correct about any of it. I have even considered the theory that the reckoning of our current date in relation to the birth and death of Jesus Christ is off, surely it is some...but I've seen theories running that number up to 300 years. The point being whether we are witnessing end time events or if we are like the Christians in every age back to the time of the Apostles, all of us thinking we are on the cusp of the end only to find God's actual timetable has nothing to with our ideas of His timetable.

Blogger Rantor December 26, 2015 12:33 PM  

Desecrate an Islamic prayer hall? Not possible. Vandalize perhaps... were are the marauding vandals when you need them? Oh wait, there is Vandal blood in the veins of many Europeans. Funny how that may work out...

Blogger dc.sunsets December 26, 2015 12:34 PM  

Civil war or peaceful transition (repatriation)? Historically, how often have such situations been peaceful? Seems many instinctively know that answer, and are arming themselves accordingly.

Just end all "public assistance," make it easy to "go back to where you came from" and slaughter any who attempt to steal what is no longer given.

I know, it's a complete pipe dream, but it's probably the least bloody of options. It would repatriate 95% of those needing to leave, for sure in the USA anyway.

Anonymous a_peraspera December 26, 2015 12:37 PM  

Oh they lightly singed an empty building...lol. Doesn't count.

Blogger kmbr December 26, 2015 12:44 PM  

@30

Hopefully, you are right. The younger people I am seeing on the alt-right give me hope.

To answer your question. One is chemical engineer, the other works in robotics/AI.

Anonymous George of the Jungle December 26, 2015 12:45 PM  

@17...
The globalists eagerly await your assimilation into the Borg World Order.

Blogger dc.sunsets December 26, 2015 12:46 PM  

And I could only think to myself, "we will never survive if this is the mentality of men of this age group".

I have 3 sons. All millennials. All happily married. All extremely well employed in STEM fields. All starting families. All >140 IQ. All daughters-in-law quit(ting) to be full-time mothers & wives. All daughters-in-law come from intact families.

People either live as members of the world they wish to inhabit or they're full of crap.

Blogger dc.sunsets December 26, 2015 12:50 PM  

Breivik was wrong to employ slaughter 1) before the old Narrative is replaced and 2) before people realize the new Narrative demands they resegregate.

Once the new Narrative is here, slaughtering those who choose to oppose its demands will be no crime.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr December 26, 2015 12:56 PM  

@33:

The origins of the First World War are many - my Naval War College materials gave 8 separate reasons. Everyone had a reason to fight...for about three months. The war persisted due to political instabilities, especially among the Allies. The UK had undergone a soft revolution that eliminated the House of Lords as a political force in 1908. France's Third Republic was holding on only because they couldn't agree on what to replace it with. And Russia had been a running sore of instability for fifty years.

The Allies could not lose...especially not after the bloodbaths of 1916. The political class would be hounded out, if not killed. And so the killing went on, and on, and on.

@41:

I'm shocked. The Chem E's I've known were pretty steady folks.

Blogger S1AL December 26, 2015 1:00 PM  

In my experience, engineers of my generation tend to come in two major varieties: right-libertarian social conservatives or yuppie feel-good leftists. The good news is that the former are the ones reproducing. The bad news is that the latter are the ones who are staying to run the universities. A lot of the engineering-focused schools, which were the most productive in the country at the turn of the millennium, have begun to be dragged into the foolishness of the academic mainstream.

Blogger kmbr December 26, 2015 1:07 PM  

@41 **The Chem E's I've known were pretty steady folks. **

You'd think. It got pretty ugly. Somehow, my brother who is a classic Rush Limbaugh styled conservative and he got into it. The CE is a full out SJW and, as they typically do, he got verbally abusive and eventually had to go outside to cool down.

I never even entered the conversation. LOL, if I did, he would have probably taken Uber home and refused to sit at the (my) table.

Funny back story. He spent his early years in Venezuela. His mother's family (all Euro and, possibly some Jewish stock) fled Europe during WW2 to Venezuala. Only by her tenacity and intellect, did she make it to the United States with 10K, some serious drive and became very successful without an official college degree. His father partially Euro and some other stuff of Hispanic orgin....so, probably a good 75% European and he kept telling us how the cards were stacked against him because he was "latino".




Anonymous YIH December 26, 2015 1:25 PM  

@34. The Other Robot:
Link: A co-owner of the shopping center said there was a prayer service held at the mosque Friday afternoon at 1 p.m., but it was over about an hour before the fire broke out.
I smell a 'hey rabbi'.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 1:30 PM  

I smell a 'hey rabbi'.

All those recent hoaxers must have gotten the idea somewhere.

Blogger Zimri December 26, 2015 1:32 PM  

Corse n'est pas la France. Voyez:

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 1:51 PM  

Enough of that weird language. Here is the English version of Asterix in Corsica.

However, I think they got the first para wrong in the plot summary.

OpenID Jack Amok December 26, 2015 2:13 PM  

Also, a lot of people notice these new nationalists and assume that one of the consequences will be a disintegration of the EU. I am not convinced. A EU parliament with a nationalist majority would actually have more actionable plans to agree on than the socialdemocrat sclerotic consensus of these past decades.

That's an interesting possibility, and probably more likely now than it was a year ago. Last year it was the financial crisis pitting Greeks against Germans and causing more internal stresses. Financial crises will pit nation against nation as the failing leaders try to keep their own trough filled. But this year, it's not financial problems, it's moslem invaders. That's an outside threat, and it has a chance to forge a pan-European political movement.

Ultimately I still think disintegration is more likely, as even the immigration problem will cause divisions. Germans will continue to support their traitors longer than Poles, or Hungarians, or probably even Italians, and they will probably try to help their fellow travelers in those nations hang onto power. But nothing is guaranteed, other than that the current situation won't survive another 20 years.

OpenID Jack Amok December 26, 2015 2:20 PM  

kmbr:

both engineers with, seemingly, the world at their fingertips. Degrees from top universities

Can I ask what the top universities were?

Blogger kmbr December 26, 2015 2:55 PM  

@53

GeorgiaTech, Virginia and one of them had a masters from one of the California schools, I forget which. I don't know if the chemical engineer had his masters.

Anonymous Geretrudis December 26, 2015 3:12 PM  

If aging Gen Xers like us are feeling like helping Covington start his NorthWest Front, then there has to be something happening in folks.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 3:19 PM  

RT reporting Molotov Cocktails thrown at a refugee shelter in Germany.

OpenID Jack Amok December 26, 2015 3:19 PM  

GeorgiaTech, Virginia and one of them had a masters from one of the California schools, I forget which. I don't know if the chemical engineer had his masters.

Thanks, I was wondering if an Ivy league school might have been in there. GeorgiaTech has had above-average grade inflation, but not quite as bad as MIT, Duke, Yale, and Berkeley. I don't have data on Virginia.

From the admittedly limited data pool I have (a quarter-century of hiring engineers), there's a decent correlation between grade inflation and poor performance of the graduate. Masters in Engineering is also a bad sign for me - unless it was followed up with a Doctorate. Getting a Masters is slightly less effective, and significantly more expensive, than working as an engineer for two years. Getting a Masters strikes me as poor optimization, which isn't a great engineering endorsement.

Anonymous Samuel112 December 26, 2015 3:36 PM  

Our Lord says, "Vengence is mine". It is an earthly crime and a crime against Him. No justification can be offered. There is only shame and pity.

Blogger RobertT December 26, 2015 3:40 PM  

Heart warming. All but the part about two election cycles. Holy cow. If it actually comes down to 4GW, whose side do you the police, the military, the national guard, etc. will take? I recently read in one of the books you guys sell that there wasn't really a French Resistance. The resistance was a mere handful of people. Everyone else just laid down and took it.

Blogger RobertT December 26, 2015 3:45 PM  

While driving in to the office today, I heard on a local talk show that any attempt to confiscate guns would start a revolution because that would make all those stratling the fence to think everything else we said about the establishment was actually true. By the way, did you guys hear that I lost all my guns in a tragic canoe accident? Everyone survived but the guns were all lost.

Blogger kmbr December 26, 2015 3:45 PM  

@57
Interesting. (:

OpenID Jack Amok December 26, 2015 3:48 PM  

I have, in these very pages, been a proponent of the idea that WWI broke the collective Western mind and that we have never recovered.

WWI destroyed confidence in the European ruling elite. Destroyed the people's confidence in them and their confidence in themselves. A hundred years of short-sighted, feckless leadership has been the result.

Blogger Hammerli280 December 26, 2015 4:41 PM  

@57 Jack Amok:

I'm not sure I totally agree about a masters degree these days. It's useful for cracking through the HR gatekeepers at large organizations. But not required to work. Certainly when I was fresh out of college (mid-80s), a masters was something you got after entering the workforce, preferably at your employer's expense.

Blogger SciVo December 26, 2015 5:08 PM  

Antonio from Spain @16: Also, a lot of people notice these new nationalists and assume that one of the consequences will be a disintegration of the EU. I am not convinced. A EU parliament with a nationalist majority would actually have more actionable plans to agree on than the socialdemocrat sclerotic consensus of these past decades.

Are you sure? I was under the impression that the EU was actually run by a technocratic bureaucracy with such relentless arrogation of power that everyone else would be instantly better off the moment it was disbanded.

Blogger toadbile December 26, 2015 5:25 PM  

The muzzlemen kill rooms full of people and it does not impress me when the resistance scorches a few books. No amount of pigges bloode will stop a mosque from rebuilding. The problem is not so much the izzlamacist vermin rushing into the country but rather the government holding open the door. You cannot win a war when your own civil service is devoted to feeding and protecting the invading swarms. Expressing dislike for the rats means nothing to the rats: they just keep breeding and gnawing.

And the cats? Apparently, they just like to watch.

Anonymous Rolf December 26, 2015 5:28 PM  

I don't think they are serious. There were not nearly enough Molotovs used in celebration and commemoration of the youth (of indeterminate ancestry and faith) peacefully protesting (but never really rioting) in the suburbs of Paris a while back.

I'll believe it's getting serious when they are in flames and the firemen are keeping their distance because of the very real fear of taking small arms fire if they get involved.

OpenID Jack Amok December 26, 2015 5:48 PM  

I'm not sure I totally agree about a masters degree these days. It's useful for cracking through the HR gatekeepers at large organizations. But not required to work.

An internship (before graduation) is even better, but yes, things can be different. Not every bigcorp is the same, but my experience has been that HR departments don't do much screening for engineering positions - they don't have a clue what they're looking for and offload all that to the engineering staff. The most impact they have is shoveling a bunch of diversity candidates in front of the hiring manager. But I'm sure there are vastly different experiences out there.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar December 26, 2015 6:42 PM  

I love it. These retards have really screwed themselves this time. This time they are done! The native Europeans hate them and the migrants hate them more. SWEET.
Sayonara, suckers.

Anonymous Malwyn's apprentice December 26, 2015 7:01 PM  

"youth unemployment rates in Europe are over 50%"

So they're on the dole, drinking/smoking/doing whatever drugs, hanging out with their friends ... They're not invested in (or even part of) the status quo, so what do they have to lose by burning it down?

and people wonder why we've lost confidence in professional politicians -- the average person could have pointed out (& probably did) that unemployed people with no prospects are a powder keg ready to erupt at the slightest provocation.

The most logical target of this rage will be the status quo & groups who have gotten the opportunities/benefits the unemployed feel were denied to them (as we've seen).

Yeah, we're just shocked ... shocked that countries might have disaffected groups who are willing to act on their anger ...

Anonymous Joe Blowe December 26, 2015 7:05 PM  

I give the French protesters points for taking direction action but the 3rd World invaders are only the symptom not the disease. I mean if your neighbor was dumping sacks full of rabid rats into your backyard every night what is the real problem, the rats or the neighbor? If you only get rid of the rats the neighbor is going to dump in more rats. The Frenchmen won't solve anything until they take direct action against the politicians and bureaucrats (and the Judeo-Masonic Globalist Banksters that own them) that have opened city gates to the 3rd World Hordes, given them a living at tax payer expense, and use the police and courts to protect them from the native Europeans.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 7:38 PM  

@58 No justification can be offered. I would have thought saving lives is a really good justification. Never worked as a prison guard or in a psychiatric facility have you?

Snakes in the long grass.

Does burning a mosque really offend you Samuel112? Ever picketed and abortion clinic? Written essays on your moral superiority Samuel? Just go and make peace between the Sunnis and Shia. Be their Saviour. Take your light to their dark world lest they be exposed to Western Xenophobes whose bigotry you deplore. Then snigger when you see white phosphorous from heaven fall on all the bigots who wouldn't listen to you.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 7:50 PM  

the irony is Samuel your nominal predecessor Samuel had to take the sword to Agag's head and bloody his own hands, doing the Lord's vengence because Saul was too politically correct to exclude a diversity king from inclusive dialogue.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 8:08 PM  

UK Anti-Terror Cops Reveal Muslims Offer Almost No Help in Combatting Extremism
Muslims are boycotting Prevent, the British government’s anti-radicalisation programme, with community leaders accounting for less than a tenth of extremism tip-offs. The vast majority of tip-offs are instead coming from public services, such as schools and hospitals, or the police.

by NICK HALLETT
As a moral policeman Samuel you have to walk through Muslim communities and say shame shame shame for not assisting God given authorities. Get out there and do all that greater good inclusiveness that worked so well when you ran places like the Balkans.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 8:28 PM  

More unrest in Corsica?

Blogger Skylark Thibedeau December 26, 2015 9:04 PM  

Where is the Phalanx and the Hoplites?

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 9:08 PM  

#ofcourseica




[that RT report had every single SJW slogan under the sun. vomit on the keyboard again - you should warn people before linking stuff like that]

Anonymous Samuel112 December 26, 2015 9:16 PM  

"Does burning a mosque really offend you Samuel112?"

As would burning a church or synagogue. There is no justification. Vengence is not in the hands of mortals. It is an immoral ungodly act. There is no justification.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 9:31 PM  

The quran shits on every Christian and Jew. And the mosque is it's temple. Don't know if you've read a bible but you might like to review a few bits on idolatry and man putting his righteousness infront of God Almighty's. I mean the God Who raised Jesus from the dead, and received Him into Heaven to sit at His right hand until His enemies be made a footstool.

And, really, Sons of God, are immortal wrt to the soul. But that's OT. Enjoy that diversity while you can Samuel. Drink deeply from that cup of diversity.

Anonymous Samuel112 December 26, 2015 9:44 PM  

Phillip, shame on you for trying to justify attacks built on uncalled for and misplaced Vengence. You are a sinner of the worst sort.

Blogger S1AL December 26, 2015 10:02 PM  

The concern trolls are just out in force recently.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 10:09 PM  

Dear Dear Samuel.
A book calls for people who leave the faith to be killed. Estimates 300 million people more or less agree with kill ex muslims. A feature of Sharia.

A Muslim converts to Christianity and becomes "a temple" of the Holy Spirit. And a book exists which says, "kill him".

The Train is Fine Samuel. But maybe that's 'over your head".

Look at it this way. If the laws of the land, the common law was simply enforced in many jurisdictions, adherents of such honour killing would already be in prison for their literature - banned burned and buried. But lets not dwell on feel bad. Existing laws aren't being enforced. And the coming wars. You imported them. cheers in Jesus Christ, the Lord.

Blogger Neanderserk December 26, 2015 10:27 PM  

"The origins of the First World War are many - my Naval War College materials gave 8 separate reasons. Everyone had a reason to fight...for about three months. The war persisted due to political instabilities, especially among the Allies. The UK had undergone a soft revolution that eliminated the House of Lords as a political force in 1908. France's Third Republic was holding on only because they couldn't agree on what to replace it with. And Russia had been a running sore of instability for fifty years.

The Allies could not lose...especially not after the bloodbaths of 1916. The political class would be hounded out, if not killed. And so the killing went on, and on, and on."

That is horrifying, considering the lack of legitimacy in our current ruling class.

It sounds like a very plausible argument for WWIII.

Blogger Phillip George December 26, 2015 10:29 PM  

Let me spell the great hypocrisy out this way. Muslims can own a book that says kill ex muslims. But I can be arrested by a socalled christian for saying get rid of that book - it doesn't work with what Jesus already told us in black and white. Laws now reflect this great hypocrisy and when the law is broken, thoroughly broken, demonstrably broken, society goes with it unless a fix is found, and quickly.

Blogger The Other Robot December 26, 2015 10:31 PM  

Democrats introduce a bill to ban all guns except single shot rifles?

Blogger Were-Puppy December 26, 2015 11:17 PM  

34 The Other Robot

Suspicious fire at a Mosque in Houston
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No real damage? This is one they set themselves looking for sympathy.

In the BB version of this, it was funny in the comments. Someone said it was the friction between goat fur and pajamas that sparked the fire :P

Blogger Were-Puppy December 26, 2015 11:28 PM  

@60 RobertT

By the way, did you guys hear that I lost all my guns in a tragic canoe accident? Everyone survived but the guns were all lost.
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Really? Same thing happened to me. Losing the guns is terrible. It also pissed me off to have to try and get my freakin' hat that was floating down the river.

Blogger SciVo December 26, 2015 11:29 PM  

Were-Puppy @85:

They didn't know what the light switch was for, so they were all reading their Korans by Zippo lighter. Then a church bell rang, startling one of them into setting his Koran on fire, which startled the guy next to him, and one thing led to another. Obviously Christians' fault.

Blogger Were-Puppy December 26, 2015 11:32 PM  

@66 Rolf

I'll believe it's getting serious when they are in flames and the firemen are keeping their distance because of the very real fear of taking small arms fire if they get involved.
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It seems to me if the cavemen in Paris could hit multiple places at once, then that is what these resistance people will need to do also.

Anyway, I give a thumbs up at the initial Terran sortie against a Zerg (muslim) base (mosque).

Blogger Were-Puppy December 26, 2015 11:34 PM  

@69 Malwyn's apprentice

"youth unemployment rates in Europe are over 50%"

So they're on the dole, drinking/smoking/doing whatever drugs, hanging out with their friends ... They're not invested in (or even part of) the status quo, so what do they have to lose by burning it down?
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As soon as this dawns on patriots in all these countries, that's when it's really on.

Blogger Were-Puppy December 26, 2015 11:36 PM  

@72 Phillip George

the irony is Samuel your nominal predecessor Samuel had to take the sword to Agag's head and bloody his own hands, doing the Lord's vengence because Saul was too politically correct to exclude a diversity king from inclusive dialogue.
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+10

Blogger Were-Puppy December 26, 2015 11:46 PM  

Christians beaten by muslims in Berlin

These guys didn't have even the most basic inkling of self defense. That's kind of sad in its own way.

Anonymous Samuel112 December 27, 2015 12:55 AM  

Phillip
Burning down their house can no more be justified than murdering them in their sleep. Those who do either will be judged wanting for goodness both on earth and after.

Blogger Phillip George December 27, 2015 1:49 AM  

There is a profound difference between murder and execution. Excluding pathological liars and the mentally incompetent is not merely discrimination it is laudable.

You seem to be operating under the assumption that tolerating a cannibal will exclude you from his diet.

Blogger SciVo December 27, 2015 4:15 AM  

@ Samuel112:

If you do not evict those who do not belong, then their next blood will be on your hands. So it's a moral optimization problem, where the solution is to kick them all out.

Blogger Scuzzaman December 27, 2015 4:37 AM  

And lied about it afterwards

Anonymous Shut up rabbit December 27, 2015 4:46 AM  

@74 RT is fudging the issue in this follow-up story. They are implying that the injured fireman were part of a night of violence which included burning the prayer room.

The burning of the prayer room was a reaction to the Firemen being attacked by the goatfuckers in the first place.

RT lies although I don't see what Russia has to gain from promoting more multicultural in EUrostan. The fuse is alreeady lit, they should be encouraging the conflagration

Blogger Scuzzaman December 27, 2015 4:56 AM  

All histories of WW1 & 2 suffer from the same problem: they look to the events leading up to the wars as their explanation whereas these were merely the visible manoeverings and what is most critical remains invisible. Fortunately for those who would know the truth the consequences cannot be hidden and remain visible.
The League of Nations was the purpose of WW1 and its failure to deceive more than a handful of nations necessitated WW2. The spawn of that obscenity was the United Nations, the most singularly egregious power grab in history. Since then the battle has shifted to cultural and scientific spheres as no nation is able to resist this monstrosity alone. In other words, the military conquest is over. The wars since have been psyops and profit opportunities, and little else. Certainly not any kind of existential threat to the regnant power structure.
The most recent advancement of this strategy was the Paris climate agreement, another in a long train of usurpations evincing a singular object; to reduce men everywhere to slaves.

Blogger Scuzzaman December 27, 2015 4:58 AM  

The inevitable consequences of policy are not "unintended", but are the entire point.

Blogger The Other Robot December 27, 2015 10:37 AM  

Now the French ban all protests.

The fuse is alreeady lit, they should be encouraging the conflagration

Unwittingly, they are, but telling us some of the story. I see that the rest of the media seem to have a blackout.

Once you realize RT's biases you can understand what is really going on.

Are Corsicans going to put up with the ban?

Blogger James Jones December 27, 2015 10:39 AM  

This is the Koudenhove Kalergi plan. A deliberate plan to flood Europe with non-Europeans to weaken nationalism so that we can dissolve birders and create a super State.

Blogger The Other Robot December 27, 2015 10:51 AM  

And, the inevitable comparisons are used:

Muslim Kristallnacht

Anonymous Shut up rabbit December 27, 2015 11:57 AM  

@99 I see that the rest of the media seem to have a blackout.
True. I checked and none of the major news agencies or news channels were saying anything about it on twitter.

Blogger Rantor December 27, 2015 8:27 PM  

As William Lind says, "moderate Muslims serve as cover for the radicals."

Blogger The Other Robot December 27, 2015 8:29 PM  

Seems like the Corsicans don't care about the ban.

Blogger The Other Robot December 27, 2015 10:05 PM  

Church of England jumps the shark again and again and again.

Anonymous Flyover Resident December 27, 2015 10:38 PM  

I find it interesting that the authorities claim "the perpetrators of both incidents would be tracked down and arrested."

Since when do the firefighter-attacking "youth" have to fear pursuit inside their "Zones Urbaines Sensibles?" Isn't that why the locals rioted?

Anonymous KoranBurningFaggot December 27, 2015 11:22 PM  

50 partially-burned Korans littering

I guess they need fire starting & flaming lessons.

If aging Gen Xers like us are feeling like helping Covington start his NorthWest Front, then there has to be something happening in folks.

Even some puffs have fleed die verse cities. After Katrina I heard a lot of people saying the Turner Diaries come true, when I read them I realized that is what a lot of liberals wanted.

"Does burning a mosque really offend you Samuel112?" As would burning a church or synagogue. There is no justification

Does a gay guy wearing a rainbow feather boa, setting fire to a Koran with bacon strips in, drinking a 20oz soda, while cursing Bloomberg's name offend you as much as it did the cucks at Youtube?

tragic canoe accident? Everyone survived but the guns were all lost...Really? Same thing happened to me. Losing the guns is terrible.

That was me in the pontoon boat that almost flipped over.

As William Lind says, "moderate Muslims serve as cover for the radicals."

Mark Styen- Moderate moslems fear backlash from tommorows terror attack

Anonymous American Spartan December 27, 2015 11:57 PM  

@25 do you want such people to pass their genes on?

Blogger Scuzzaman December 28, 2015 3:34 AM  


More pertinent to this story (imho) was the point made above by another; SOME radicals are immune, while others are not.

This is putting out the fire with gasoline.

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