The 14 Words

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

To walk between the raindrops

"Who will show me the way to walk between the raindrops without getting wet?"
This is the cry of all Europeans who watch in dismay as their countries are repopulated with alien hordes. A warped ethical system has brought this about. Yet they, too, have so internalised the tenets of this warped ethical system that they cannot free themselves from its grip even after they have become aware of the danger. They are trying to find a way to stop themselves being minoritised within their own countries, and ruled by Mohammedan hordes, but only if it satisfies their rarefied ethical standards. 
"No violence, no racism, no antisemitism, no people with poor grammar, no one who doesn't respect human rights." 
But it is these rarefied ethical standards that have conjured the threat into being in the first place

That is the tragedy of modern Europe. And the most tragic part of the tapestry is the Counterjihad movement. Because those are the people who see the danger coming more clearly than anyone. Yet even they can't free themselves from the oppressive ethical codes that set in motion the islamisation of their countries, as we saw from their non-reaction to the take down of Golden Dawn.

There is no way to walk between the raindrops without getting wet. No matter how much time and effort you spend looking for the fabled route, you will never find it.

"At least we weren't racist or antisemitic." As things are, that looks likely to be the epitaph of Europe.

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