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The End Times for Western Civilisation ?

Destroyed from within.

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Are the End Times for Western Civilisation close at hand?  Consider:

 

1.     CV-19, lies, exaggerations, and unbridled fascism to combat what can only be described as a bad flu with ‘cures’ which are now worse than the disease

 

2.     Unfettered Muslim and non-White immigration into Western states, accompanied by an endless set of apologia for Muslim rapes, crimes, unemployment, Jihad, public attacks, FGM, child-bride marriages, Christophobia, Church attacks and anti-Semiticism

 

3.     Mainstreaming of pornography, drugs, anti-culture and violence

 

4.     Decimation of ethics, faith, conservative ideals, and the ethos and culture which built civilisation, in all state institutions and processes

 

5.     An obviously stolen US Presidential election with a 30 million vote fraud performed openly with nary a dissent from the elites or media

 

6.     Deep States in every nation controlling political-economies

 

7.     BLM, Anti-fa and other anti-White racist groups portrayed by a Fake Media as peaceful protestors

 

8.     Rewriting of history using the lens of Cultural Marxism in which Whites are now evil, non-Whites angels

 

9.     Financial fraud with negative interest rates, massive cost escalations, stock market manipulation by Central Banks

 

10. A Global Elite intent on One World Governance

 

Edited and redacted from a very good article to read and ponder.  Source is American Thinker, ‘Are the End Times Near?’ by David Solway, whose books are blacklisted by Amazon.

 

Spengler (a must read)

Oswald Spengler’s The Decline of The West, published 1918-1922, laid out the trajectory of the enfeeblement and decay that awaited us, developing a theme that went as far back as the Greek historian Polybius, but that, in the wake of a war that wiped out a generation, seemed less a “theme” than an historically imminent reality.

 

Yeats (a must read)

The greatest poet of the modern age, William Butler Yeats, felt it in his bones, working out a visionary schematism in his prose volume A Vision and reflecting on the inevitable in his timeless poem “The Second Coming,” written one year after the end of the Great War: “And what rough beast, its hour come round at last/Slouches toward Bethlehem to be born?”

 

Robert Bork (a must read)

Slouching Towards Gomorrah hammers out Yeats’s vision in lurid contemporary detail, pointing toward a “syndrome” of collectivist attitudes dominating the culture, the debilitation of the family structure, and a “left-liberal moral consensus” diluting the text of the U.S. Constitution.

 

O’Brien and Michelet

In his master volume On the Eve of the Millennium: The Future of Democracy in an Age of Unreason, published in 1995, Irish historian Conor Cruise O’Brien was not sanguine about the prospects for Western civilization in the coming years. Civilizations have term dates and ours is fast approaching, O’Brien felt. He quotes French historian Jules Michelet’s History of France, who speaks there of “this vast concert of naïve and barbarous voices” with its “strange accents [and] fantastic and bizarre harmony,” signalling the end of a customary world. The dissolution is abetted by common lassitude, self-indulgence and studied ignorance, by those, O’Brien writes, “who are indifferent to politics, religion, virtually anything.” We watch “history on the screen with apathy and an occasional passing flicker of horror or indignation,” almost, we might say, as if we do not believe that history can happen here.

 

Toynbee (a must read)

Arnold Toynbee in his twelve-volume A Study of History, among my prize collections, articulated a theory of recurrence -- owing in part to The New Science of the 18th Century Italian political philosopher Giambattista Vico -- in which he saw patterns or cycles of growth and decay common to all civilizations, of which he isolated more than twenty-six exemplars. Though maintaining a guarded optimism that correlation is not infallibly causation and that Western Civilization might survive an otherwise inevitable debacle, he posited that once psychological devastation had gone too far, recovery would be impossible. Perhaps it was from reading Toynbee that O’Brien speculated about the onset of apathy and indifference leading to civilizational collapse. He believed we were already there.

 

Burnham

Burnham’s magisterial 1964 Suicide of the West, in which Burnham writes of a “morphological pattern,” an unmistakable trend or curve. “Over the past two generations Western civilization has been in a period of very rapid decline, recession or ebb within the world power structure.” What we call liberalism is “the ideology of Western suicide,” permitting Western Civilization “to be reconciled to its dissolution.” Although he holds out hope for a transition to a higher order above the parochial divisions of the past, which seems touchingly romantic, his analysis of the liberal virus has rarely been bettered.

 

On Feminism and Cultural Marxism

….culture-wrecking movement and socially destabilizing factor confronting the Western world: identity politics, neo-Marxism, political correctness, radical environmentalism, “climate change,” “social justice,” outcome egalitarianism, information censorship, trans-national authoritarianism, abortion on demand, anti-meritocracy, chain immigration, “white supremacy” -- the list goes on. … Feminism was no doubt a critical issue, a socially destructive and culturally malignant phenomenon, but only one of many indices of something of far greater import: the approaching disintegration of Western civilization.

 

Great Reset

As Kenneth Minogue writes, wish to “acquire power in the service of transforming the order of human life.” (Today we would call it the Great Reset.) Rather, I believed, and still believe, that every manifestation, every symptom of the sickness of our time, the self-destructive corruption, the lies and hypocrisies and weakness of spirit, the coordinated attack on the institutions and traditions that have sustained Judeo-Christian civilization, the digital surveillance project of billionaire Globaliers -- these must be resisted and fought, for there is no other choice but feckless and dishonorable surrender.

 

Conclusion based on Realism

The conclusion is foregone, but not yet. In Michael Walsh’s terms from his new book Last Stands, manly virtue fights to the foreordained end. The issue is this: We cannot deter, but we can defer.

What we are really doing, whether we know it or not, is buying time. Western civilization and its constituent nations are too far gone to be retrofitted; our internal enemies have seen to that. As Bork writes, a “soft and hedonistic culture…faces a continuing assault from within.” The prospect is grim.

 

Apathy, indifference, psychological devastation, envy and self-hatred are the norms of our present moment. America, the guarantor and bellwether of the West’s survival, has been hollowed out by its Olympian classes, the political, juridical, informational and fiscal elites -- this was Founding Father and second president John Adams’ deepest fear. In his important 2018 study John Adams and the Fear of American Oligarchy, Luke Mayville parses Adams’ conclusion that “republican governments had always been threatened by elite domination and that America would be no different.”

Muslims attacking Mumbai and Indian democracy

Muslims have been invading and slaughtering Hindus and Buddhists since 700 A.D., killing at least 100 million Indians.

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No better target exists for the fanatical Muslim fascist than India. A 1 billion person democracy, built along British constitutional lines, allied with the US, economically progressive, and the only nation state in south east Asia which is not a totalitarian, kleptocracy. Indians of all variants of ideology from Hindus to Muslims, to Buddhists to young secular professionals, are too busy as Thomas Friedman wrote, being the back office for the world economy, to much worry about implementing 12th century Sharia law, slaughtering 'unbelievers', or annihilating Jews and Americans. No wonder Muslims detest India so much. It is a rational, democratic and multi-ethnic expression of everything that an Islamic state is not.

Pakistan, Islam and Democracy?

Be careful what you wish for.

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It is of course now all the rage, to rage against Musharraf – the embattled President and military autodidact of Pakistan. Raging against the military-machine as it were, might satisfy emotional impulses, or some strange ideas about democracy, but it does nothing to help the West or the US, in the war against Islamic fascism. A simple maxim should suffice regarding Pakistan: 'whoever controls the military and is helping us in the war against fascist Islam, is our friend'. Period.