A reader on Western Australia who goes by the pseudonym “The Pundit” sends the following thoughtful essay about the dire events that lie ahead for Europe, and what he believes might be the continent’s only hope.
Coups and Dominos
by The Pundit
There is much speculation and quite a degree of anecdotal evidence that in the late ’60s and early ’70s, Britain’s security services had made serious plans for a coup against the then Labour Government of Harold Wilson. This was in response to the growing influence and militancy of the left and the imploding British economy.
Three years prior in 1973, my father was a journalist travelling to London for a routine assignment. On the train there he met a group of army officers with whom he became quite well-acquainted — my father was at that time, a staunch conservative and worried, like many people were then, that Britain was heading towards disaster with militant trade unionism and socialist influence rampant.
During his conversations with the army officers they impressed-upon him — in no uncertain terms — that major social and political upheaval was imminent in Britain and to “be prepared” for drastic events. Without stating explicitly that a coup was planned, the army officers made it very clear that the purpose of their travel was to initiate action that would put a stop to Britain’s slide into anarchy.
For reasons that will probably never be known, a coup did not take place then, nor since — and Britain eventually moved into the era of Thatcherist economics and nationalism. Whether those forces behind a potential coup were able to exert sufficient influence for change on the Government of the day is also unlikely ever to be known. It is known however, that Wilson resigned from office in March 1976 with 3 years remaining as head of the government.
The point of the above story will probably already have been made on readers with a grip on what is occurring in Europe and to some extent — in the rest of the Western world: the role that security and defence forces can and must play in the rapidly escalating clash of civilisations.
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It’s quite probably too late to anticipate that the Islamisation of the West is going to be stopped, or reversed, by the democratic political process; There are few political parties with the will to confront the threat of Islam and even fewer politicians with the attributes of statesmanship, vision and morality required to initiate such a confrontation. Years of leftist social engineering and deconstructionism have left many ordinary citizens without the ability to think rationally or reason critically, and most of us are powerless to effect change at the grassroots level, disarmed and bereft of the spirit to fight for one’s personal and communal survival. The solution to our predicament no longer lies with the common man, but with those who still retain the power to act, and who have a knowledge of the enemy so strenuously denied to the rest of us — the military and security services.
The New Domino Effect?
It is unclear if the ‘Domino Effect’ of spreading communism would ever have played out fully without the intervention of the US in various conflicts, but what is clear to this writer is that the theory is proven in respect of Islamism. Whether by sword or demographics, Islam is surely spreading. In Africa the sword or — more precisely — the threat of the sword, would appear to be the primary tool of Islam’s imperial ambitions, whilst in Europe and elsewhere, demographics (for now) are proving very effective. Westerners — denied the physical means of protection, hamstrung by a United Nations controlled by Muslim puppet masters and blindfolded by asinine politicians and the leftist media establishment — need a Domino Effect of their own to alter the status-quo. That Domino Effect can, most assuredly, commence in any European country once the touch-paper provided by Islamic imperialism is properly lit. That time is very, very soon and the first domino to fall must do so as a result of a coup d’état.
Although Europe’s defence forces have suffered greatly as a result of meddling by the Left, in any European country they still represent the single most powerful force for change beyond an otherwise subjugated population. This writer believes that the constitutional impetus exists for most European militaries to legitimately remove aberrant governments and protect nations from the Islamic threat. To do so would not require significant military involvement and would most likely be bloodless (at least in the early stages) — assisted by a newly-emancipated indigenous population, who could provide logistical, administrative and even militia support if necessary. I further believe there still remains a silent majority in Europe who would welcome and support an action that could guarantee cultural and physical survival.
It would take just one country to start the dominos falling, preferably a country with sufficient capital armament — nuclear or advanced conventional weapons — to underscore the next phase of action: the proscription of Islam and the control and/or repatriation of Muslims. It seems entirely feasible to me that Britain, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Sweden — any country significantly impacted by Islamic hegemony — could fall in a chain reaction, or be the first to go. My instinct tells me that the country most likely to go first will be where this essay commenced — Britain.
A Changed Western World
There will obviously be a considerable impact on Europe when the Arabs turn off the oil spigot — as in WWII, people will have to adjust in times of major conflict. There are potential solutions for this; particularly in a newly-emboldened Europe where the message of “we’re not going to take this anymore” has been broadcast by the action of rolling coups. One solution seems almost automatic — how long could Arab oil producers last without their largest client base? Perhaps Russia may feel more inclined to deal with Europe? Perhaps the US — if not already the last domino to fall in the chain — might look at exploiting its massive strategic reserves to serve a new world order?
The Will To Act
I have no doubt that today, there are some senior officers in Europe’s defence forces who hypothesise on the viability of a coup. There will be a lot of intangible aspects to those hypotheses; I would suggest the most significant would lie in the timing of a coup and the readiness of a population to embrace such monumental change.
In respect to timing — too early might alienate a population still clinging to the notion that change can be effected by the democratic process and that somehow, a politician or political party will emerge with the Herculean ability to turn back the tide. If too late, then the factor of a much-increased Muslim population and the emergence of a ‘dumbed-down’, lazy and politically-blinkered younger generation would make the task very difficult.
The readiness of a population to accept a coup is evidently relative to the timing. But what factors determine that readiness? One obvious factor — God forbid — would be the commission of an atrocity on such a scale as to dwarf 9/11. A nuclear or bio-terrorist attack will assuredly shake a population’s sense of security to the foundations — and lead to a massive shift in public sentiment towards properly identifying Muslims as the fifth-column they truly are. But logically speaking, major players in the organised Jihad will know that such an attack, while the Ummah is still relatively weak, would seriously impede their chances of establishing a caliphate in Europe. Unless an attack on a grand scale were somehow to be perpetrated by a non-aligned or independent jihadi element, then this scenario is unlikely to emerge as the ‘priming’ of the people’s readiness for a coup.
So what then will prime the people? I believe to some degree the population’s readiness is being primed now. Quisling politicians deliver one slap in the face after another to the Muslims’ indigenous hosts: Social welfare and national health systems are buckling under the tremendous weight of unchecked immigration; public housing is becoming for the demanding rather than the deserving; ghettos and no-go zones emerge in major towns and cities; police forces ‘look the other way’ when it comes to the criminality of (particularly) Muslims. A great many indigenous people are already seething mad with this continued affront. The seeds of readiness are definitely there and beginning to germinate. What then will signal to defence forces that the time is right and the people ready?
From Little Acorns
It is this writer’s belief that agitation is the key to making a coup and the potential Domino Effect a reality. This would not be possible through the MSM or at least a large proportion of it — agitation would have to occur through other means.
The internet has its place in this but it is really just too ethereal and incongruent to represent a concrete base for demonstrating our readiness. It is an ideal place however, to disseminate the concept that a coup might represent the only solution to the deadly threat of Islamic imperialism. The agitation required needs to be on the ground and aimed at people who count. How that might be achieved I don’t have all the answers for — different countries have different political demographics. Influencing right-wing politicians who may have connections (and sympathies) in security and military organisations might be one; ongoing street demonstrations calling for a coup might be another. Targeted mail-outs and even advertising in some of the remaining conservative newspapers present other options.
Many reading this can be forgiven for thinking these ideas are just too ‘pie-in-the-sky’ to ever have an effect. But the point is that this is about getting the reality into people’s minds that there is absolutely no alternative. Even if tomorrow, an ultra-right wing government came into power in any given European country and declared that Islam was illegal and Muslims to be controlled — who would enforce that? Of course it could only be the security and defence services.
For an anti-Islamic coup to have any chance of succeeding in a Western nation, it would require the will of the people to want it, and to support it. I believe that will is already there, but needs to be demonstrated in a more realistic fashion than letters to the editor, comments on blogs, or in the membership of extreme political parties that have no hope of achieving government.
I wrote earlier of ‘constitutional impetus’. The constitutions of many nations specifically address treasonous and seditious acts, and other activities that harm the fabric of state. Is it not too much to suggest that Muslims and the political enablers of their ‘religion’ in our lands are not in flagrant violation of constitutional edicts? Is it not too much to suggest that Islam by its very nature, places itself above and in direct confrontation with those constitutions? Is it not too much to suggest that our constitutional protections must be invoked now?
It would seem that the doomsday clock stands at 11:59pm. The time is nigh to stop that clock and turn back the hands. We did it at a time that is still within the living memory of some of those who stood with Winston Churchill against the Nazis. That could not have happened without the will of the people to resist and the determination of military men to fight. We are now beholden to those who came before us, and those who might come after, to stand firm again.
A coup d’état is our only salvation…