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The Coming Wars of Religion
By Andrew Ryan

It was not as good as we had dared to hope; it was not as bad as we feared. Such was the Dutch election, which the mainstream globalist-mad media have been claiming as a victory for globalism. However, Geert Wilders, the frosted-haired anti-immigration champion should have been more cautious, not playing into the Establishment hands by predicting that his party would win government.

There is a major problem of democracy which has been well discussed in the literature; an example is Alain de Benoist The Problem of Democracy, (Arktos, 2011). Democracy, to work effectively requires a strong communitarian spirit and a homogeneous society, which has ceased to exist. This is not only through immigration – well seen in the Dutch elections with the voting in Mosques – but also with the division in all Western societies between a globalist elite, and their Leftoid servants, and a minority of Traditional people. It is fast reaching a point where there cannot be functioning democracies because of this radical polarisation, and civil war, the Yugoslavianisation of the West, becomes the measure of the day:

The Dutch election was not, repeat, not, a loss for Wilders, as the media bs merchants have chanted. The Left media are clearly worried about the result:

Wilders’ Freedom Party is now the second largest party in the Netherlands, with 20 seats compared to 33 to Rutte’s VVD. The Netherlands is a country that is the ultimate experiment in liberalism gone mad, and is well named as the “lower country.” It had all matter of sexual libertarianism since the 1960s. Nearly half of Rotterdam is composed of migrants, and Muslims make up 13 percent of the population. The Netherlands political system with its voter fragmentation, reorganised into government coalitions, prevented Wilders from winning anyway, just as preferential voting in Australia serves to restrain parties such as One Nation:

Even with all this, the Freedom Party has destroyed the Labor Party:

Further, the Dutch system does not represent all of Europe and Certainly not France.

Then there is the wild card: holy wars and wars of religion. Turkey’s foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, has recently said that there is no real difference in his opinion between the social democrats and Wilders (“fascists”), and President Erdogan himself has said that the Dutch are mere “Nazi remnants.” Cavusoglu said: “All have the same mentality. Where will you go? Where are you taking Europe? You have begun to collapse Europe. You are dragging Europe into the Abyss. Holy wars will soon begin in Europe”:

Obviously they see all parties as their enemies, and just as obvious, the wars have already started.

As well, Erdogan has told Turks living in Europe to have at least five children so that they can in effect, demographically conquer Europe:

Consider this a new cold war, a battle of the bedrooms.

When all of this comes together, maybe even a population as cucked as the Dutch, may no longer think “double Dutch.” It is amazing how fast libtards change their position when the blow torch of history is waved over their genitalia.

Under the God of Things

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BaruchKMarch 19, 2017 9:16 AM UTC

The wars of religion are not starting but coming to an end.

Protestantism moved through Puritanism and Baptism into Unitarianism, the Universalism, and now has reached its logical conclusion with the ideology of the current west.

Catholics seem to have hit burnout with the elite being socialists/Satanists/pedos ( and

The Muslims are trying hard, but have a big empty void, because they don't really believe. That's why the new guys, IS, are meme-ing and cutting off heads for the cameras-they're just playing out the part of the bad guys in the Hollywood movies they grew up on, to the hilt. When you look at what they're supposed to believe, their ideology, Sayid Qutb and all those guys, there's just not much there. It's socialism in a turban, with a heaven where everyone gets laid. Their main attraction right now is not religious but action-based, and when they burn out (and they will, because they're not expanding and their attempt at a state is slowly collapsing,) there won't be much left to appeal religiously.

Hindus, Buddhists, man, again, not much left there to inspire holy wars.

We have something different, but it remains to be seen how it will manifest itself globally.
responds:March 19, 2017 11:19 AM UTC

Socialism in a Turban is great!

I have seen the same thing in Catholicism. As for my relatives who have gone to small homegrown evangelical churches, it is telling that they can't find a second generation protestant church that isn't already getting materialistic.

Now, I do think we have a religious war here, the cartoon Islam you reference and atheism, whose secular humanism is as fanatic as any religion grown from a spiritual base. I would be willing to describe it as an anti-religion, except for the element of blind faith, the absolute conviction that their is no God. We have a billion Alexanders trying to become God. Sure, this is defined as non-religion and if looked at as religion it is rotten, but it does possess the absolute unquestioned belief in an unproven abstract necessary for a religion to flourish.

I'd love to see a paper by Baruch K about Socialism in a Turban.