The Under-handed Invasion
We’ve all heard it phrased one way or another ~ whites and only whites have a moral imperative to become minorities in their own countries. The social justice warriors among us preach tolerance, multiculturalism, and diversity but these are merely feel-good words with negative consequences. One of those consequences is demographic displacement. What that means is that men like Sadiq Khan can become mayor of London and thereby gloss over the needs of his white constituents (you know, the white people who built London up from hut to fort to palace to world power) as he normalizes terrorism and calls any whites who disagree Islamophobic bigots.[i]
Call me what you will; I’ll say it anyway: Muslims do not belong in Europe. Arab peoples belong in Arab countries. White people belong in white countries. But wait, here comes the social justice brigade screaming, “B-b-but America wasn’t a white country! You took it!” Well, yes, and we fought tooth and nail for it for a few hundred years before the Declaration of Independence was so brazenly signed, and that happened more than two hundred years ago. Is there a statute of limitations to this nonsense? If not, let’s look briefly at Islam.
The Muslims weren’t always Muslim. No, Islam spread rapidly at the point of a sword and the imams are still tripping over bodies to get to their prayers on time. Consider Algeria. Enter the wailing and gnashing of teeth anytime memories of French colonialism creep into our thoughts. The French were in Algeria for approximately one hundred years and both Arab and Berber alike are still using their roads, rails, and electricity. When a native Algerian is using any of the modern conveniences left behind by the European, I wonder if he or she remembers that the native population of Algeria wasn’t always Arab and it wasn’t always Muslim. Oh no, the Muslims have been perched on that pagan, Berber corpse for centuries.
Is that too long ago to file a grievance? With whom do we file a complaint and what is the time limit? A few hundred years? A few thousand? We are wandering into the absurd. Let’s say it’s a few hundred years. If we use the signing of the Declaration of Independence as a starting point, we Americans need to wait another fifty years plus a few before we can claim this land for whites, once and for all. Ridiculous? Yes it is. Equally ridiculous is pretending that Native Americans were perfectly peaceful, sitting around campfires, stringing turquoise beads, and passing the peace pipe. Some undoubtedly were; thousands more were wearing necklaces made of their neighbors’ ears with a scalp or two hanging from blood-stained loin cloths. They were as violent and varied as the rest of us.[ii]
It’s time to admit that this country and most lines on present-day maps were staked out in an era when direct and violent conquest was the status quo. If you lost the battle, you lost the land. Over the past few hundred years, however, our most fundamental ideas have changed. Our slaves were emancipated. Universal human rights were decreed and formally recognized. We are expected to respect one another, and so most superficially do.
What is an enemy to do then if it wants to conquer another’s land, take their resources, or destroy its population? It sneaks in destruction through the back door. It deploys violent and disgruntled masses and calls them refugees. It convinces the host population that disagreement is hatred. It displaces and disgraces a culture, piece by piece, until there is nothing left to fight for and it does so in the name of compassion. Those under siege feel powerless even to argue.
This is happening right in front of our eyes. Western civilization is sinking fast. If you are on a lifeboat and the weight is too much, will you throw your own family into the violent sea or will you throw the stranger who is threatening to plunge a knife through the bottom of the boat? The choice must be made before we all drown.
[i] http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/03/outrage-london-mayor-sadiq-khan-says-islamic-terrorism-part-parcel-living-big-city/ This is but one site. A simple Google search yields much more though he is oft misquoted. He actually called for constant vigilance regarding terrorism, which is akin to saying we should expect it.
[ii] Goodrich, Thomas. Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains. Stackpole Books, 1997.