coverups and inaction for Muslim rape gangs but water cannons for anti-Islam protests this is how you get Hitler pic.twitter.com/VQJyCk6IsL— Anime American (@mylittlepwnies3) January 9, 2016
And don't miss Porter's latest: "Bathing In Cologne."
Germans now live under anarcho-tyranny. When your government outlaws protests against foreign invaders who assault your daughters and sisters, consume the public purse and pollute the commons, then it's no longer your government or your laws. Europeans will either submit to the invaders, who are muscle for the governing elite, or they will explode. Let me repeat that penultimate part in case you missed it: the function of the foreign invaders is to serve as muscle for the governing elite against their own people.
The US problem is more genteel, thanks to flexible labor markets and reserve currency status, but the pressure is building. Malcolm Pollack thinks we are entering a phase shift, as the distance between distinctive and incompatible human population groups shrinks.
I haven't heard the late Stephen Covey's phrase "paradigm shift" in a while, but it needs more use. The US is an Enlightenment-era testament to the power of ideology, but as the Anglo-American stock who dreamed up the ideology shrinks to plurality status, we see the Age of Ideas concomitantly follows. Most Occidentals, still drowsily enjoying the long social democratic nap occasioned by their former super-majority status, have no conception of what's coming. They are perplexed and angry, like petulant children, at the adults shaking them and telling them sleep is no longer possible.
@apurposefulwife And how do you know they are arabs? Im an christian arab and i hope you all die anyways. Fuck whites.— Samsalem (@naturetauren) January 9, 2016
Which brings me to this guy:
I'll pull no punches here: Trump is appealing to American whites (and a not insignificant number of American blacks and latinos) whose tribal instinct has been triggered by increasingly hostile public debate, increasingly chaotic and violent public spaces, and economic policies which deliberately seek their impoverishment. Bourgeois conservatives who've managed to price themselves away from such unpleasantness cannot believe the proles are no longer motivated by candidates promising low tax rates and cheap stoop labor.
As pluralistic democracy scales up and up, elections are less about What and How, and more about Who and Whom. The State perceives a threat from the Nation in the candidacy of Donald Trump. New ranks and files are forming. Paradigm shift.