Wednesday, November 16, 2005

The Coming of the Eurabian Civil War

Mark Steyn wrote about the recent Muslim riots, “As France this past fortnight reminds us, the changes in Europe are happening far faster than most people thought.” In a contradiction I’m sure he’ll appreciate, I think Steyn is at once too pessimistic and not pessimistic enough concerning Europe’s future in the coming Eurabian Civil War. He’s too pessimistic in that I do not believe that Europeans will submit to Islamization or flee the Continent in the face of ongoing conflict. Europe may have endured 2 or 3 generations frozen in an arctic multicultural wasteland but this is too weak a force to fully deface two dozen centuries of Western civilization. The European spirit sleeps inside the glacier. The heat from ten thousand fires will one day awaken it.

And this is why he is not pessimistic enough. The Eurabian Civil War is currently one sided. The Islamofascists are fighting against a vapor with the illusion of substance, a mist enveloping a somnambulant society. Sooner, far sooner than many believe, Europe will awaken and show itself for what it has always been: an aggressive, xenophobic, ethnarchy, jealous of its traditions, proud of its homogeneity, subject to enthusiastic waves of mass violence and enthralled by its angry gods (whether it’s Christ the Crusader King, Siegfried, Santiago Matamoros or some mutant deity as yet unborn). Elsewhere I have described this as neo-nationalism. The blinkered and stunned media will describe it as a backlash but it will only be the assertion of Europe’s true nature. The strengths that allow Islamofascism to succeed in its struggle with brittle, liberal democracies will prove of little use against a resurgent European nationalism. (Just imagine how a modern day Richelieu or Bismarck or Franco would have responded to the Madrid bombing. Reconquista indeed.) This is, of course, bad news for those of us who grew up in and care for liberal democracy and enjoy the freedom and prosperity it provides. European neo-nationalism will most likely be hostile to US interests and downright anti-Semitic. But European civilization existed long before the dawn of liberal democracy and will exist after its sunset. We currently languish in the twilight. The Islamists delude themselves that it is the dawn of the Muslim Age of the Restored Caliphate rather than the darkness into which they will be cast.

None of this will be pretty. The violence will be up-close and quite personal. Europe’s neo-nationalist future will be one filled with paranoia and fanaticism and blind, desperate struggle. Much of value will be lost. You may say that I am naïve; that Europeans have already submitted in the minds; that they are proto-dhimmis waiting, however reluctantly, to convert. But I say that thousands of years of ethnic fervor, cultural pride, fierce localism and passionate Faith are not erased in two or three generations. Civilization is more durable than that. However the civilization that endures is not the faithless, hedonistic, pre-packaged multicultural slop that we have known for 60 years. It is something else entirely.


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3:44 PM  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Good writing.

10:09 PM  
Blogger €uropean said...

Good stuff. It really is quite unfortunate that Muslim extremists are forcing Europe to give up on liberal democracy, but I do believe that it is what the situation will come to. The European people are not going to lay down and take the abuse of terrorism forever, even if it does mean a return to fascist, dictatorial leadership. I hope to move to London after completing university, despite what social strife may be building up on the European side of the Atlantic. I still support Turkish membership to the EU on the grounds that it will put the ball in the Muslim court, so to speak, that is it will be an olive branch gesture to the Muslim world. If Turkish membership results in a significant rise in terrorist activity in Europe, however, that would mean that Turkey is not making good on its part of the deal (secularism, controlling immigration from its Arab boarders, cracking down on terrorists in its lands, etc.) and I would completely support throwing Turkey out of club and closing the doors on its people. However, I believe that Turkish Muslims are quite different from radical Arab Muslims and think that Turkey would benefit Europe economically and demographically more than it would harm Europe socially.

10:33 AM  

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