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Jihad in High Germany

We’re hitting levels of happening that shouldn’t even be possible. The recent string of Muslim terror attacks in Europe were disastrous enough—Paris (hit several times), Brussels, and Nice one after another. But those were confined to Francophone Europe, which has its own unique Maghrebi Arab problem. Last week marked a seismic shift in foreign violence. As reported by the BBC:

  • On 18 July, a teenage Afghan refugee [third-worlder] hacked at passengers on a train in Wuerzburg with an axe and knife, wounding five. He was shot dead by police.
  • On 22 July, a German teenager of Iranian heritage [third-worlder] shot dead nine people in Munich before shooting himself dead.
  • On 24 July, a 21-year-old Syrian refugee [third-worlder] killed a woman with a machete and wounded five other people as he fled before being arrested.
  • Later that day, a 27-year-old Syrian [third-worlder] whose refugee application had been refused blew himself up outside a bar in Ansbach. Fifteen people were wounded.

I added some brackets to make the pattern more obvious. It certainly is to those doing damage control—because connecting the dots would implode the status quo. The luegenpresse actively works to make the attacks sound as vague and unrelated as possible. One up-and-coming meme I am particularly fond of that is pertinent to all this is Coulter’s Law. Taken from a tweet Ann Coulter made some time ago, the rule is that the longer it takes to report on the race or ethnicity of a mass-shooter or terrorist, the more likely they are to be non-White. That way, when the initial story breaks, an air of plausible deniability can be maintained about the ethnographic nature of an attack—it could be anyone and to jump to conclusions would make you a bigot.

Over the last week (and year), the conclusionary jumps have been on target. The pattern isn’t just “young men”; it is young men of foreign Islamic background. Germans haven’t experienced routine foreign violence and the associated anxiety that comes from being unable to stop it since 1945. But that was a very different situation. The Reich was on the verge of collapse and its borders had been breached from the east by millions of soldiers of the Soviet Union, who went on to rape hundreds of thousands of women and establish a marxist occupation government in the eastern half of the country.

Today, the united Germany, which reintegrated in the 1990s, is too under a kind of occupation. Following the denazification program of the late 1940s and ’50s, which went beyond outlawing national socialism and more generally was an assault on Germanness, came the adoption of multiculturalism. Multiculturalism, which enables ethnic pluralism, native ethnomasochism, and xenophilia, was the ultimate anti-nazi ideology, and so the merits of implementing it for the occupation government were obvious—it would destroy Germany in the long-run.

German industry, now in the service of the American postwar order, expanded so rapidly that Germany had a shortage of workers which could not be filled by its own population, nor by migration from the other countries in Europe, many of which were sealed behind the Iron Curtain. What entrenched multiculturalism as more than abstract ideology in the heavily monoethnic West Germany was the Gastarbeiter program, the legacy of which is millions of Turkish Muslims living in the country who were brought in as laborers. Almost 4% of German citizens and residents are of Turkish background. In 2011, ‘German citizens of of no migrant background’ made up 80% of the population. A further 11.6% were from other European countries, which makes contemporary Germany about 9% non-European and less than 80% prewar German in origin as a result of migration. The 2011 census puts the Muslim population at 5%, which I presume is an undercount. Wouldn’t you undercount if you knew such information might fuel right-wing nationalism?

Regardless, these numbers are probably out of date given recent events. Despite describing multiculturalism as a failure in 2010, in 2015 Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a welcome to the movement of over a million Middle Easterner asylum seekers into Germany—largely from Syria and Afghanistan, mostly male, and almost entirely Muslim. Counting all migration, the German government reported a record two-million-plus people entering the country in 2015, though admitted it was likely an undercount. This new Völkerwanderung, part of the larger pattern of the global south invading the north, is cheered by the hostile elites of Germany and presents a biological and material threat to the nation, as we now bear witness to. We saw a sneak peak of this with the New Year’s mass sexual assaults in Cologne, and now we’ve had four violent incidents in a week, following recent attacks elsewhere in Europe.

The hostile elites feign ignorance and claim that they are puzzled by this, or that some of the migrants are just mentally ill. I mean, it’s just so inexplicable, right?

Wrong. It is only inexplicable to those with a fantasy understanding of ethnicity, identity, history, diversity, and theology. Unfortunately, and fatally, this is a large group of people. Germany lucked out on its Turks not being prone to jihad, and this created the illusion that multiculturalism might work. But now we live in a world where even Turkey is re-Islamicizing (under Erdoğan), to say nothing of the fervently Islamic non-Turkish colonists who’ve mass migrated into Europe over the last year, fueled by the dream of easy living on the German dole and spreading their religion.

Germans are slowly waking up from their haze. A recent survey from Pew Research found that 61% of Germans polled thought “refugees will increase the likelihood of terrorism in our country.” The results of the survey were published on July 11, seven days before the Afghan axe attack on a train in Wuerzburg.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said in an interview that “good integration policy is always preventive security policy,” in reference to how he believes Muslim terror attacks could be avoided. Even if we assume integration of a million ethnoreligious foreigners is possible in a society which hates its own dominant culture, the proven risk of failure is French-style dysfunction, or a repeat of last week in Germany. What return could possibly be justified by taking on all that risk?

I’ve written this damn article already too many times. The alt-right is the only movement that grasps the crises of the contemporary West. We know that diversity + proximity = conflict. We know that Western governments and civil society are third-worldist in ideology, viewing White European identity with hate and people of color as incapable of committing wrongs against us. We know nations are not dry-erase boards but the product of history and biology. We know you can’t have a European standard of living and culture without Europeans. We know Islam has a 1400-year history of trying to conquer Europe. We know we live in Dar al-Harb, which Islamic theology teaches the people of Dar al-Islam must seize by the sword, conversion, or migration. We know moderate Islam is a fiction of Western academia and Western-based Muslim “activists.” We know someone not being a “devout Muslim” doesn’t mean they can’t self-radicalize.

Life would be better if this was not the case. We wouldn’t have to deal with the consequences of reality. We could just keep doing what we’re [not] doing. But the days of cucked, servile acquiescence to the conditions inflicted on us from the top down cannot last much longer. The spring is going to snap back. Germans can do better than this. Frenchmen can do better than this. Amerikaners can do better than this. We have no choice.