Is Europe finished?


Carbecues in Paris

Carbecues in Paris

Short answer: yes (but the UK got out just in time – maybe)

As we watch cars burning in Paris, and read of a wall being built around the Eiffel Tower to prevent terrorist attacks, we ponder to ourselves: how did Europe let it get so bad?

I believe continental Europe is finished as a Western liberal democracy, as the proportion of Muslims in many countries reaches a tipping point from which there can be no return.

The Gatestone Institute estimates that the Muslim population in Germany could reach 20 million by 2060 – 25% of the 80 million total. Many other Western European countries such as France, Belgium and the Netherlands are following similar paths towards Islamisation.

Peter Hammond in his book Slavery, Terrorism and Islam explains how such a population would affect the host country:

After reaching 20%, nations can expect hair-trigger rioting, jihad militia formations, sporadic killings, and the burnings of Christian churches and Jewish synagogues,” such as in:

  • Ethiopia — Muslim 32.8%

“At 40%, nations experience widespread massacres, chronic terror attacks, and ongoing militia warfare,” such as in:

  • Bosnia — Muslim 40%
  • Chad — Muslim 53.1%
  • Lebanon — Muslim 59.7%

The birth rates of Muslim families far exceeds those of the native populations, and we will see these percentages accelerating as we move towards the year 2100.

Imagine, just for a minute, France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands in the same category as Ethiopia, Bosnia, Chad and Lebanon… let that sink in before reading on.

This will be disastrous for Europe – a thousand years of Western culture and history that began in the medieval masterpieces of architecture and art, developed and expanded through the Renaissance and flourished in the momentous achievements of Shakespeare, Michelangelo and Beethoven, is in grave peril. The culture that will eventually replace it regards those crowning achievements as jahiliyyah – relating to an era of ignorance of the truth of Islam – and they will not be spared when the time comes. They will be destroyed and erased from history.

The conservative lexicon of Lefty-bashing


Time we had some words to throw back at the Lefties

Time we had some words to throw back at the Lefties

My recent experiences with Brexit have made me rethink the whole nature of political discourse today.

Maybe I am just naive, but I always thought that despite disagreeing with someone on a matter of politics, you could still have a beer with them at the end of the day and call them a friend.

Not any more.

If you disagree with the accepted orthodoxy – the PC view as designated by our ruling elites – you are not just voicing a different opinion, you are actually evil – you are morally bankrupt and, in Aussie parlance, lower than a snake’s belly.

Because the accepted PC view on any particular subject comes infused with a false sense of moral superiority, those holding it feel entirely justified in considering any dissent to be an expression of hatred and bigotry.

Note that this only goes one way: the progressive Left are almost invariably the ones applying the labels. Let’s take a look at four progressive labels applied to those with differing opinions:

Racist/Xenophobic

If you are not fully in favour of allowing free entry to refugees and immigrants from any country, for any reason, if you support offshore processing and stopping the boats, if you are in favour of any kind of border security, you are either Racist or Xenophobic. In the minds of the Left, there can be no possible reason for you opposing immigration other than a hatred of brown people.

Homophobic

If you don’t support 100% the militant gay agenda to indoctrinate children in preschool, or if you have some reservations about the word ‘marriage’ being applied to same-sex couples, or your religious beliefs mean that homosexuality is regarded as sinful, or if you believe that nine year old kids are too young to have to deal with transgenderism, breast strapping and penis tucking in lessons, then you are Homophobic. Again, there is no possible other reason or explanation for holding such a view.

Islamophobic

If you think that some tenets of Islam are incompatible with Western democracy, like the death penalty for gays (ironic, given the paragraph above), or believe that people coming to our country should respect our laws, rather than put their own political ideology and legal system first, or believe that demands for special treatment from Islamic groups set a dangerous precedent, then you are Islamophobic. No other possible explanation can be to blame.

Denier

If you have doubts about the strength of the argument for urgent action on climate change, because environmentalists have previously been exposed as adjusting data in order to push their agenda, or if you think that the effect of the sun on global temperature may be greater than is being acknowledged, or if you think that the climate system cannot be accurately modelled by computer software that fail to take account of many unknown drivers and feedbacks, then you are a Denier. You are incapable of understanding the urgent need for climate action and therefore you are in a psychological state of denial. No other explanation is possible.

For comparison, here are some words used by conservatives to describe the progressive Left:

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Because conservatives do not resort to name calling to win an argument. But I think we need some names to throw back at progressives when they throw them  at us – NEVER to be used first, because we don’t do that, but just something in our back pockets for retaliation when we have had enough name-calling. So here are my first proposals for the conservative lexicon:

Nominophile

From the Latin ‘nomen’ meaning name, and Greek ‘-phile’ meaning lover, this is the label for the progressive Left name-caller, who cannot argue their case and has to resort to personal abuse. All progressives are nominophiles – it’s part of their DNA.

Ratiophobia /ˈreɪ.ʃi.əʊˈfəʊ.bi.ə/

This word describes the mindset of the Left when confronted with hard facts: fear of reason, debate and argument.

Heterophobia

Hatred of straight people – simple as that. Especially if they are white, and male.

Ignorantia sit beatitudo

The state of mind of the typical progressive Lefty – ignorance is bliss.

Brexit: Life goes on, England lose at soccer


No change there.

The Brexit vote didn’t have much of an effect on the England soccer team, losing as they did 2-1 to a bunch of part-timers from Iceland.

Brexit: Secorendum petition mired in fraud


Same picture twice, because it's so apt…

Same picture twice, because it’s so apt…

When the delicate little Remainiac snowflakes don’t get their own way, they resort to fraud and manipulation:

The House of Commons petitions committee is investigating allegations of fraud in connection with a petition calling for a second EU referendum.

Its inquiry is focused on the possibility that some names could be fraudulent – 77,000 signatures have already been removed.

More than 3.2 million signatures are on the petition, but PM David Cameron has said there will be no second vote.

The UK voted by 52% to 48% to leave the EU in Thursday’s referendum.

Helen Jones, who chairs the cross-party petitions committee, said in a statement posted on Twitter that it was taking the allegations “very seriously”.

Quick, I need my safe space – now!!

Brexit: Intolerance of the Remainiacs


How embarrassing…

How embarrassing…

Never have I experienced such a torrent of vile abuse for a political viewpoint as that for my views on Brexit.

By supporting the right of Britain to self-determination and self-government, I have been variously labelled racist (natch), bigoted (natch), xenophobic, ignorant and intolerant.

Those hurling this abuse seem unable to grasp the fact that the intolerance and ignorance they purport to see in me are vastly more prevalent in them, lashing out in all directions, unable as they are to accept an alternative view.

On a larger scale, there are calls from British ‘yoof’, who generally voted in favour of Remain, for there to be a second referendum – no, really – because the ‘old people’ took away the future of the ‘yoof’ in Britain. I have rarely heard such a nonsensical argument. But unfortunately, such a childish response is hardly surprising.

We have created a generation of young people that have never had their naive views challenged. At school they were fed a diet of quasi-Marxist cultural relativism, where all opinions are equal. At university, they inhabited a world of safe spaces and trigger warnings, where, insulated in cotton wool, they were never forced to listen to, let alone debate, alternative views.

And now, when confronted with a significant majority opinion – we’re not talking 50.1 to 49.9 here, this was 52 to 48, a massive margin of over 1.2 million voters – that goes against their progressive bubble world-view, they react with anger, hysteria and hate: a toddler tantrum on the world stage, a dummy spit of epic proportions.

How do you think they would react if the Remain side had won the referendum, but the Leave side had called for a re-run? Even more outrage. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if these people just occasionally looked in the mirror…

It seems that the key element in all of this is a fundamental inability, bred in to them through childhood, school and university, to empathise with alternative views, to acknowledge the existence of a different perspective. It is a quite astonishing arrogance that leads them to think that nobody could possibly think differently unless they were in some way unhinged, or had bad motives, or were just simply evil.

Well, I hate to say it, but I’m going to anyway: Remainiacs, just suck it up. This is democracy – I know it flies in the face of your totalitarian instincts, but there you are.

And remember, anything anti-democratic you try to do to someone else, could easily be done to you later. Just think about that for a bit (if you can concentrate that long).

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