For a few years now, we’ve been rolling these ideas around here in one form or another. Taken together, they constitute the hardest lesson we have to learn. The core problem they describe is the most difficult and depressing conundrum of the Counterjihad.
Merkel’s INSANE decision to open Germany’s borders wide for millions of feral illiterates will do down in history as the greatest post WWII domestic policy failure in Germany. And I fear it is only the beginning. Who will stop this madwoman?
Ah, but I don’t think it was a policy failure. A policy that achieves its objectives is hardly a failure.
The problem, as always, is with the objectives themselves, with the policy-makers who lie about them, and with the voters who so eagerly believe the lies, election after election.
The results of Frau Merkel’s policies are readily apparent to all but the brain-dead. Yet she is on the verge of being re-elected to yet another term. THAT is the core problem. All the rest are corollaries.
A response from Jordan Bassior:
Does Germany WANT to die?
If it does, only slightly more than we do. Remember: We came within a percentage point or so of electing a corrupt globalist-communist as our president. We only escaped total disaster by a hair’s breadth.
Germany has no monopoly on the Western madness.
To get our minds around the dilemma, we need to ask ourselves the question asked by Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, a.k.a. Lenin: Who, Whom?
That is: “Who is doing what to whom?”
It’s not an easy question to answer. Obviously, we are being invaded by millions of hostile Muslim immigrants, but that’s not the core issue.
Imagine that an acquaintance approaches you, unscrews the top of a jar full of fire ants, and dumps them over the top of your head. You immediately become covered with the swarming red insects, whose intensely painful multiple bites are almost more than a human being can bear.
For a few minutes you become preoccupied with removing the noxious creatures from your skin as fast as possible. Then for a while after that you busy yourself with finding the best analgesic salves and anti-inflammatory drugs that money can buy.
Finally, when you can once again see between you your swollen eyelids, you hobble off to find the vile person who did this to you — someone whom you may even have thought of as your friend — and deal with the core problem, to make sure that it never happens again.
In our case, the fire ants are here (in Europe, anyway), and we have to deal with them. That particular problem is going to preoccupy us for a long time. But it’s not the core problem.
As for who did this to us, the culprits are relatively easy to point out. Mutti Merkel. Gordon Brown. François Hollande. Mark Rutte. Barack Hussein Obama. Jean-Claude Juncker. And many, many more.
But they aren’t the core problem.
And, hard as it is to hear, the Left is not the core problem. Socialism is not the core problem. Because millions of people who voted for Hillary Clinton last November are not leftists. They wouldn’t vote for something they thought was socialism.
Or take David Cameron — he, at least ostensibly, is not a man of the Left. But he put his shoulder to the Multicultural Wheel with almost as much zeal as the Socialist Workers’ Party.
No, the problem is not the Left. It’s much larger than that.
I used to think that the biggest problem was the lack of any credible alternative offered to the voters. But the Dutch general election last March proved me wrong — on March 15 the voters had a clear alternative. Everyone in the Netherlands knew who Geert Wilders was, and exactly what he stood for. They’d heard him say the same things for many years. The awful future that he had predicted was being realized before their very eyes.
Yet they didn’t vote for him. Not enough of them. Eventually, after a protracted minuet of negotiations, they will get a coalition government of More of the Same. Because that’s what they voted for.
The core problem is not even the New World Order, although all the politicians and apparatchiks who are pouring the fire ants over our heads are disciples or paid servants of the NWO. But we, the electorate of the nations west of the Iron Curtain, keep voting in these same loathsome snoids, over and over again.
And that is the core problem.
It’s clear that the mass media are major prop that keeps the Potemkin village of the Modern Multicultural West upright.
It’s also clear that mass affluence, powered by fiat money, is responsible for keeping the mobile vulgus quiescent most of the time.
But are these enough to explain the apocalyptic cul de sac in which we find ourselves? Or are there additional explanations?
I’ll be thinking about this a lot in the coming months, and will post again on this topic — if I find anything useful to say.