Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Europe's Coming 1000 Years of Darkness

Been to Europe lately? Thought it was bad? You ain't seen nothing yet......

Come Jan. 1, 2010, a disastrous and suicidal pact called the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (Europe/Mediterranean) goes into effect with little fanfare or examination. It boggles the mind that such a consequential and seismic cultural shift could be mandated and put into play without so much as a murmur from the mainstream media.

...The goal of the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation is to create a new Greater European Union encompassing both Europe and North Africa, with the Mediterranean Sea becoming a domestic Eurabian sea. The goal is to establish a "comprehensive political partnership," including a "free trade area and economic integration"; "considerably more money for the partners" (that is, more European money flowing into North Africa); and "cultural partnership" - that is, importation of Islamic culture into post-Christian Europe. _WaTimes
In other words, Europe is greasing the skids it is already sliding down -- given immigration of third world muslims, and differences in birthrates between native Europeans and generally low-IQ third world immigrants.

Crime rates are rising in concert with 3rd world immigration. And the children of immigrants are worse than the original immigrants themselves, in terms of crime and religious radicalisation. Europe is changing quickly, and the light of reason is being submerged beneath the darkness of religious fanaticism and a lowered capacity to reason and progress.

The good news is that some European countries will be more resistant to the coming conquest than others. Switzerland recently banned new construction of minarets. Other nations are getting tougher on 3rd world immigration. Yet other nations are beginning to celebrate their national cultures -- in opposition to the culture of fanaticism being foisted upon them by the EU.

As a continent, Europe is lost. Individual nations and regions within Europe should be able to hold out for decades, at least. After all, Israel has survived for almost 62 years in an environment similar to what Europe is soon to experience.

1 comment:

Eshenberg said...

"As a continent, Europe is lost..."
It's last time for plan Z. (those who wish to) Tsiolkovsky Imperative!
Happy 'interesting, creative and healthy' new year :)