UNLESS miracles occur, which I very much doubt, I fear today to write Europe’s obituary. The shameful end of Europe, overrun by non-Europeans and collapsing in economic chaos, betrayed by its leaders, has possibly reached the point of no return. This is just the start.
Many Germans, brainwashed on a diet of self-hate since 1945, welcome their self-immolation. There are many post-colonial self-haters in Britain too.
In 1975, ‘Camp of the Saints,’ the apocalyptic novel by French author Jean Raspail was published. The setting is a Europe that disappears with hardly a whimper as armadas of Third World refugees storm Europe’s shores.
Then in my 30’s I could not close the pages on this prophetic witness to Europe’s doom. You could purchase this book only ‘under the counter’ despite the fact that in France it was a bestselling award-winning novel.
Since then I have experienced the darkest prophecies by everyone from Napoleon to Adolf Hitler, Libyan President Gadhafi, philosophers like Oswald Spengler of a Third World occupied Europe. About two years ago, in a EWN column, I predicted the Mediterranean coastal communities collapsing under the weight of armadas of refugees. It is happening and accelerating at an alarming pace.
Never in the history of humankind has a country or continent allowed itself to be conquered and overrun without a shot being fired. There will be no going back; there will never again be a ‘White Europe’ any more than there will be any other past civilisation. Kamil Bulonis, a Polish travel blog writer, who conceded sympathy for the refugees, was this month horrified by the visions from hell he saw on the Italian- Austrian border.
“Half an hour ago on the border between Italy and Austria I saw with my own eyes a great many immigrants. I have to say that what I saw arouses horror.
This huge mass of people – sorry, that I’ll write this – but these are absolute savages; vulgar, throwing bottles, shouting loudly ‘We want to go to Germany!’ Ninety-seven per cent of these ‘refugees’ are angry young males.” Yes, you asked for this, Europe.