Jeremy, I'm so fascinated with the implications here I'm publishing this under what is essentially our Game Theory page, since I never did design those games I was working on and our current world disorder is simply so fascinating. My questions to you and our readers are below your commentary.
Eventually Europeans will get fed up with the Muslim migrants demands and criminal misbehavior as well as with the idiocy and oppression of their own governments. Then bloody civil war will break out. It’s just a matter of time.
I must agree up to that point, Jeremy. However, there is the third player, the State. Since the State has invited and favored the invader, which side would the police and military take in such a civil war? Will the State reverse course to align with natives, or will it stay the course in replacing them? I'm curious as to your thoughts on what Western states will align with invaders and which states might abide by their social contract. In a place like the U.S. do we get regional breakup—maybe a red district-blue district fragmentation with big city police and feds siding with rioters and rural police siding with citizens? How would the military split? Obviously contractors and alphabet soup agencies would side with the invaders. But would guard, reserve and recalled divisions really side with the feds and the invaders or would they side with the citizens and the president? With this question, on America, I'm wondering what happens if Trump gets assassinated and Pence faces an intelligence agency coup. Or if Trump survives an attempt on his life and cracks down, what then?
“The wars of the People are more terrible than the wars of the Princes.”
– Frederick the Great
““We help without delay those coming from outside and we forget many poor and old Italians who are eating from the trash,” the archbishop said. “We need policies that take care of Italians first: our young people and the unemployed. I am a protester. If I were not a priest, I’d be out there demonstrating in the squares. What is the point of so many migrants that instead of thanking for the food we give them, they just throw it, spend hours with their cell phones and even organise riots?” He even criticised the Catholic Church for giving money to migrants. “Giving money to migrants wandering around town is not only wrong, but morally harmful because we encourage their behaviour and they get used to that, not mentioning the fact that we already feed them. “I think sometimes this creates a beggars’ network. I remember that my father went to work very hard as a migrant in Australia so I could go to seminary. So he has experienced in his own skin the discomfort of poverty and the noble virtue of gratitude.”
In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, we command you, brothers and sisters, to keep away from every believer who is idle and disruptive and does not live according to the teachings you received from us. For you yourselves know how you ought to follow our example. We were not idle when we were with you, nor did we eat anyone’s food without paying for it. On the contrary, we worked night and day, laboring and toiling so that we would not be a burden to any of you. We did this, not because we do not have the right to such help, but in order to offer ourselves as a model for you to imitate. For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.” We hear that some among you are idle and disruptive. They are not busy; they are busybodies. Such people we command and urge in the Lord Jesus Christ to settle down and earn the food they eat. And as for you, brothers and sisters, never tire of doing what is good
-Romans 11:6-13 (NIV)