Link: Apocalypse wow

The full GOV link herein is also completely worth the read.

http://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/matt-bracken-on-the-coming-european-apocalypse/

Once Europeans go K, the Muslims will flee in large numbers, but that will take the misery and amygdala activation of K-selection to trigger.”

Once? His optimism warms the cockles of my Cockney heart. The British Government is so far gone it would sooner collapse than stop paying out benefits, which are truly bribes for Londonistan to hold off on rioting this week. I wonder what will happen to all the hipsters of the East End or celebrity Champagne Socialist sets? I don’t think they’ll run, I think they’ll initially try to ‘help’ – the invaders, but soon hide in their massive Burgle Me! homes.

Based on observation, they might try joining (like the UAF and SWP) to bring about what they imagine to be the End of Capitalism (that’s why they’re doing it, they told me, like an immigration version of Cloward-Piven) but I don’t see that working, it would function like an anti-white pogrom. Practice your NAMALT memes.
“Not all Muslims” will be their retreat song, as they greedily watch those same people beat you down and, they hope, to death.

Begin playing a game of Warrior/Informer. If your country were taken over, who would work with you to take down the system, and would be the snitch? You get uncannily good at spotting the snitches.

“It is easy to confuse Islamists with warriors, given Islam’s violent reputation. My guess is that the rabbits importing these Muslims have done so, and are hoping they have imported a violent army which will subjugate the evil nationalists when the unrest begins.”

They have never fought with their back against the wall. The natives have nothing to lose and the nationalists are fighting for a future. The enemy are nihilist degenerates who live for nothing and believe in nothing, no God will protect them. It’s cold and nobody will fight for that ‘dream’.

They have two obvious weaknesses.
1. They cluster. Weapons were designed for this herd marker. We have narrow roads.
2. They are dependent on the European welfare state. If our version of EBT were shut down by a single patriot in the system, or a single hacker from without, their future jihadi children would starve. Kidnapping the children would also occur, since they’ve done that to ours already. Civil wars are fought with women and especially children, and which group has more of those?

The biggest issue is the disarmament and they do have us on that count.

“If the economic collapse goes down, expect those free resources to be pulled. When they are, there will not be much keeping these migrators from migrating on, is search of safety and security elsewhere.”

Except their primary motivation is sex with white-blonde whores. They think all Western women are the whores they see in porn. Low IQ, what ya gonna do.
The secondary motivation is money, yes. The simplest way to end this invasion, as I’ve mentioned, is to harshly punish rape again. Even the feminists couldn’t complain. Unlike the Barbarians, we can see them coming, hear them coming (the Call to Prayer is LOUD and broadcasts where they are reliably at multiple points throughout the day) and in many cases, smell them coming (acrid off-curry stench, don’t ask). In a dark, enclosed urban environment, utilizing all the senses would be crucial. Their men tend to be lard-arses too. White girls need to learn to run again.

“There will be ISIS fighters who have come to Europe specifically to launch attacks”

As I mentioned, the Paris attackers targeted a Left-wing Socialist area. They knew those places were least defended. We have religious rabbits targeting atheist/hedonist rabbits, that’s why many in Europe have suddenly gone quiet. Their plan literally backfired.

“Hopefully nobody will forget the cowardice and treason of the rabbits, before it is all over.”

Keep reminding them. Everywhere. On the street. In casual conversation. WHO MADE THIS HAPPEN.

I keep telling Germans ‘but you voted for Merkel’. It’s beginning to sink in.

The timing of the EU invasion this year was deliberate, to distract the West from the Christian Genocide in MENA.
It’s a useful rhetorical trick to turn back the SJW’s cry on them.

You’re on the wrong side of history, you should be wearing a hijab.

2 responses to “Link: Apocalypse wow

  1. I Think you will like this. UNFINISHED BUSINESS by Margarat Thatcher,Ex PM of Britain.
    The events of September 11 are a terrible reminder that freedom demands eternal vigilance. And for too long we have not been vigilant. We have harboured those who hated us, tolerated those who threatened us and indulged those who weakened us. ‘Methinks I see in my mind a noble and puissant nation rousing herself like a strong man after sleep, and shaking her invincible locks.’ Milton’s words perfectly describe America today. After the horror of September 11 the world has seen America gather its strength, summon its allies and proceed to wage war halfway across the globe against its enemy — and ours.
    America will never be the same again. It has proved to itself and to others that it is in truth (not just in name) the only global superpower, indeed a power that enjoys a level of superiority over its actual or potential rivals unmatched by any other nation in modern times. Consequently, the world outside America should never be the same either. There will, of course, arise new threats from new directions. But as long as America works to maintain its technological lead, there is no reason why any challenge to American dominance should succeed. And that in turn will help ensure stability and peace.
    Yet, as President Bush has reminded Americans, there is no room for complacency. America and its allies, indeed the western world and its values, are still under deadly threat. That threat must be eliminated, and now is the time to act vigorously.
    In many respects the challenge of Islamic terror is unique, hence the difficulty western intelligence services encountered trying to predict and prevent its onslaughts. The enemy is not, of course, a religion — most Muslims deplore what has occurred. Nor is it a single State, though this form of terrorism needs the support of States to give it succour. Perhaps the best parallel is with early communism. Islamic extremism today, like bolshevism in the past, is an armed doctrine. It is an aggressive ideology promoted by fanatical, well-armed devotees. And, like communism, it requires an all-embracing long-term strategy to defeat it.
    The first phase of that strategy had to be a military assault on the enemy in Afghanistan, a phase that is now approaching its end. I believe that while the new interim government there deserves support, the United States is right not to allow itself to become bogged down with ambitious nation-building in that treacherous territory. Some would disagree, arguing that the lesson of the present crisis is that neglect of failed States causes terrorism. But this is trite. It implies a level of global interventionism that almost everyone recognizes is quite impractical.

    The more important lesson is that the West failed to act early and strongly enough against Al-Qaeda and the regime that harboured it. And because there is always a choice in where you concentrate international efforts, it is best that the US, as the only global military superpower, deploy its energies militarily rather than on social work. Trying to promote civil society and democratic institutions in Afghanistan is best left to others — and since those ‘others’ now include the British, I only hope that we, too, are going to be realistic about what can (and cannot) be achieved.
    The second phase of the war against terrorism should be to strike at other centres of Islamic terror that have taken root in Africa, Southeast Asia and elsewhere. This will require first-rate intelligence, shrewd diplomacy and a continued extensive military commitment. Our enemies have had years to entrench themselves, and they will not be dislodged without fierce and bloody resistance.
    The third phase is to deal with those hostile States that support terrorism and seek to acquire or trade in weapons of mass destruction. We have got into the habit of calling them ‘rogue’ States. There is nothing wrong with that, as long as we don’t fall into the trap of imagining that they will always and on every issue fit into the same slot.
    For example, Iran and Syria were both sharply critical of Osama bin Laden, the Taliban and the attacks of September 11. Nevertheless, they are both enemies of western values and interests. Both have energetically backed terrorism: the former has just been caught out dispatching arms to foment violence against Israel. Iran is also making strides toward developing long-range missiles that could be armed with nuclear warheads.
    Other critics of September 11 are a menace, too. Libya, for example, still hates the West and would dearly like revenge against us. And Sudan undertakes genocide against its own citizens in the name of Islam. As for North Korea, the regime of Kim Jong is as mad as ever and is the world’s main proliferated of long-range ballistic missiles that can deliver nuclear, chemical or biological warheads.
    The most notorious rogue is, without doubt, Saddam Hussein — proof if ever we needed it that yesterday’s unfinished business becomes tomorrow’s headache. Saddam Hussein will never comply with the conditions we demand of him. His aim is, in fact, quite clear: to develop weapons of mass destruction so as to challenge us with impunity.

    How and when, not whether, to remove him is the only important questions. Again, solving this problem will demand the best available intelligence. It will require, as in Afghanistan, the mobilization of internal resistance. It will probably also involve a massive use of force. America’s allies, above all Britain, should extend strong support to President Bush in the decisions he makes on Iraq.
    As a result, we remain, for example, all but defenceless against ballistic missiles that could be launched against our cities. A missile defence system will begin to change that. But change must go deeper still.
    The West, as a whole needs to strengthen its resolve against rogue regimes and upgrade its defences. The good news is that America has a president who can offer the leadership necessary to do so. The writer is a former Prime Minister of Britain (The Guardian).
    This is a clear message to the people who want to enjoy the western style of life in the one hand and on the other hand they are the critics of that system. There is a trend which must be change whether it is in the name of religion, culture or anything else. You should accept the culture where you desire to stay otherwise it is clear cheating to the society where you live.

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