Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Climate change!

What is reality in France today?

Violence. It is spreading. Not just terrorist attacks; pure gang violence. It instills a growing feeling of insecurity in hospitals, at schools, in the streets -- even in the police. The media does not dare to say that this violence is coming mainly from Muslim gangs -- "youths," as they call the in the French media, to avoid naming who they are. A climate of civil war, however, is spreading visibly in the police, schools, hospitals and politics.[1]

This is amazing. But only because it demonstrates the extent to which a hostile and alien presence has been introduced into France and tolerated.

But it was foreseeable.

Ten years ago this was foreseeable.

Forty-eight years ago Enoch Powell made his famous so-called "rivers of blood" speech, an example of truth speaking utterly foreign to our present lie-besotted societies.[2] The "rivers of blood" label in no way does justice to the concentrated common sense that he expounded and which shows in sharp contrast what a filthy lie "multiculturalism" is.

Nevertheless, the phrase has a prophetic truth all its own. Trained seals clapping about what wonderful "progress" we have made and are making in race relations and cultural understanding are in for a rude awakening, roughly along the lines of the experience of the French people described in Mamou's article (though I do not hang the insult "naive" on the police and those others who must deal directly with "the diversity"). Stories of "polar bear hunting," Zebra killings, ambushes of police, daily Chiraq carnage, and black political pathology should, but don't, have similar bracing and consciousness-raising effects on Americans.

Forget political epiphanies. The issues for resolution by various Western national political systems will be resolved by lead and steel. I don't advocate this or welcome it but I can see that Western elites will do nothing to avoid this.

Enoch Powell was right and decades of scumbag politicians since his time in Britain, France, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Spain, the United States, Canada, Australia, and elsewhere have been wrong. And the people of their countries have paid the price, up to and including the imminent overturning of their societies that have endured for centuries but now threaten to disappear beneath the waves of Muslim arrogance, obscurantism and violence; third-world savagery; and the parasitism of both those populations.

Mr. Mamou goes on:

Police in civilian clothes, some wearing orange armbands, some hidden under a scarf or hood, supported by citizens, gathered in the evening at the Place de la Concorde, before walking the length of the Champs Elysée up to the Arc de Triomphe, where they formed a human chain around the monument and sang La Marseillaise (France's national anthem).

This revolt of one pillar of French society, the police, was the biggest that ever happened in modern France. Yet, virtually no one in France's mainstream media covered the event.[3]

Unreported, therefore denied and concealed.

Mamou also describes the Director-general of the National Police on October 18 being "surrounded by hundreds of police urging him to resign."

Well, that's different. Mamou's inaccurate only in characterizing this as a spreading "climate of civil war." It's no such thing. The assailants of the police are not French, but an alien presence insanely allowed to take root. War, not civil war, will dislodge them and failure to wage this war will doom France – and every other Western country lunatic enough to import Muslims and third-world primitives (which is all of them).

If for no other reason, these nations will go under in the demographic tide that, for now, is viewed as (1) as inevitable and unstoppable as sun spots and (2) evil to notice, let alone demand be forthrightly eliminated by implacable population transfer.

Political incorrectness has been accurately described as the crime of noticing. Noticing the obvious. Alas, realism and a healthy desire not to commit civilizational suicide require a lot more than noticing. But it's a start.

[1] "France: Decomposing in Front of Our Eyes." By Yves Mamou, Gatestone Institute, 12/7/16 (emphasis added).
[2] The voice in the video is that of an actor, I believe, as not all of Powell's speech was recorded on film, though the text of his speech exists.
[3] Mamou, supra.

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