European Anarchy Or American Anarchy?

European Anarchy Or American Anarchy?
September 23, 2017 Admin

Greetings men-

This article, by me- Julian Langness- was originally published by Traditional Right last week. They have courteously allowed me to reprint it here.

Traditional Right is the home of William S. Lind himself, whose wisdom is referenced often on this site.

You can read many excellent articles by Lind and others on Traditional Right‘s site by clicking here.

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It is crucial reading to understand where Europe is headed.


Below is the article in question:


European Anarchy Or American Anarchy?

By Julian Langness

Most of my day to day focus in terms of politics and writing is on the situation in Western Europe. Ever since traveling there as a teenager and early twenty-something, the existential crisis the continent is facing has been an obsession I can’t get past, and the implications of that crisis seem to clearly denote its significance, and the imperative of attempting to understand it. In this regard my eyes are often turned far afield from the U.S.

The events of recent weeks, however, have made it equally impossible not to focus on America’s existential dangers. The riots in Charlottesville and Berkeley, and the national “conversation” surrounding them (or “proliferation of fake news and virtue-signaling” if you prefer) has demonstrated that our own nation faces perils just as serious as those facing Sweden or Germany or France, and that a large degree of societal disruption is likely on the horizon.

However, while the coming turbulence–or what the authors Neil Howe and William Strauss call the coming “Fourth Turning”–looks to be equally intense on both sides of the Atlantic, it is clear that there is a fundamental difference between the two situations.[1]



This difference has its roots in the varying immigration policies undertaken by each over recent decades, and the respective results of those policies.

In Europe, the half century since WWII has been defined by massive levels of Muslim immigration. Beginning with the working-class male Gastarbeiters of the 1950s, and then segueing to the family-reunification policies that started in the 1970’s, and the so-called “migrant crisis” of today, these policies have resulted in the wholesale transformation of Western Europe in ways that would have once seemed unimaginable.

Today, we see vast “No-Go Zones” ruled by a mix of Middle-Eastern gangs and Muslim religious leaders, where native European paramedics and police can only venture with military-strength escorts. We see increasingly bifurcated politics, where entire political parties are defined by their Muslim voter base, whether in the case of radical leftist parties in unholy alliances with such voters, or, increasingly, in the specter of Muslim-only, Sharia Law-supporting parties in countries like France, that campaign on openly Islamist platforms. Furthermore, we see the radical demographic transformation that has ensued, where the male 18-30 year old demographic in countries like Germany and Sweden already is or will soon be majority-Muslim. [2][3]

As a result of all this, we see societies that are effectively split in half between their native citizens and their Muslim immigrant populations (or split into thirds, if you consider their culturally suicidal Left-wing native citizens one group and those opposing cultural suicide as another).

Either way, the landscape for impending anarchy is set, and is defined by the separation between Muslim immigrants on one side and native Europeans on the other.



In America however, we see a different situation. Here, our post-WWII immigration policies have been on a similarly massive scale, but have been defined by widespread immigration from all over the world.

Indeed, our immigrant class comes from a hodgepodge of backgrounds. We have Indians, Pakistanis, Koreans, Vietnamese, Mexicans, Central Americans, Pacific Islanders, and dozens upon dozens of other groups. In many ways these immigrants have “assimilated” far better than Europe’s, if we are looking at “assimilation” as a product of economics and business and geography. Our capitalist system has ensured a “melting pot” geographically, where each immigrant group is spread out across the country, and has ensured that nearly all such immigrants learn English.

In terms of shared unity, and a shared vision of oneself as part of a singular national ‘honor group’ however, we have seen virtually no assimilation.



This is not the fault of the immigrants themselves, but rather the system. The idea that a Vietnamese family in Glendale is going to view themselves part of the same ‘tribe’ as a Pakistani in Maine or a Nigerian in St. Louis is ridiculous. In this regard, mass immigration in America has only made the country more atomized. Nobody feels as though as though they are part of an “us”, and societal trust has gone down dramatically.

This shopping mall multiculturalism can appear to work when the economy is humming and everyone is a well-paid, high-spending economic agent, but the real danger is apparent when one considers any form of economic turnaround or emergency.

When things get bad, as they have over and over throughout human history, will our atomized society really come together as one? History would suggest that anarchy and violence are far more likely.  (see example:

In this manner, while Western Europe’s impending destabilization is defined by the demographic bifurcation of its population, America’s is defined by the radically-heterogeneous and anarchic nature of its own.

These differing dynamics will likely define how things progress over the coming decade in each region, and how whatever impending turbulence that is in store for us plays out.

While it has often seemed to me that Europe is destined for a far bleaker future than the U.S., I think in some ways the simple duality of the situation there is preferable to the confused, messy landscape of our increasingly “diverse” America.

In our already complicated 4GW landscape, a battlefield with two sides seems easier to navigate than a battlefield with infinite ones.




Neil and William Strauss. The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy – What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America’s Next Rendezvous with Destiny. Broadway Books. 1997. Print.

Black Pigeon Speaks. “Germany Crosses The Demographic RUBICON: 20-35’s a MINORITY by 2020”. Black Pigeon Speaks via Youtube. 18 Mar., 2016. Web. 3 Sep., 2017.

Langness, Julian. “Just How Bad Are Sweden’s Demographics?”. 19 Jan., 2017. Web. 3 Sep., 2017.


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Comments (15)

  1. Audacious Epigone 3 months ago

    My take is that Europe’s situation is more imminently dire than America’s is, for a few reasons:

    1) Europe’s population density is 3x that of the US. The never-ending game of white flight in America can continue to go on for a long time to come.

    2) Hispanics and Asians–the American variation of “Asians”, not the British one!–create plenty of issues, but outright hostility to white Americans isn’t a particularly major one. MENAs and sub-Saharan Africans are far more directly confrontational.

    3) White Americans have lived with blacks for centuries. Like big game in Africa, we’ve developed strategies to coexist with them reasonably well.

    4) We have the first amendment. It sounds cucky, but it’s not negligible. Many don’t realize that a lot of the tech censorship we’re facing is a consequence of EU rules tech companies have to comply with.

    5) White Americans, probably a consequence of more than just vestiges of Christianity as is the case in Europe, have higher fertility rates than white Europeans do. It’s not at replacement level, but it’s closer.

    6) And non-whites in America have lower fertility rates than non-whites in Europe do. Take a look at median ages for European countries versus the US, and you’ll see that we’re 5 years younger on average because we have more kids.

    This isn’t to insinuate that America is headed towards anything other than the cliff, just that it’s probably going to take us longer to get there than it will take Europe to.

    • Author
      Admin 3 months ago

      Mr. Epigone-

      Extremely excellent points.

      I had not thought about #1 before, although obviously I knew the American population density was less. That is a very good point. The US also seems to still be attracting economic migrants rather than welfare-seeking ones like in Europe, which (while I would rather it wasn’t happening) will keep the population growing and thus economic growth continuing.

      I agree with you on #4 as well.

      #5 is also an interesting one. As I have pointed out many times before, the only two places in the entire first world with high fertility rates are Israel and Utah. I think that is true though that there are other white areas of the US with 2.0+ as well though, which I don’t believe there are in Europe.

      So yes, I have to agree, civil war/4GW/anarchy is more likely in Europe than in America.

  2. Cocksparrer 3 months ago

    We live in dire times when we have to debate “who’s more fucked, us or them?” But that’s our reality. Don’t take that lightly. At all.

    In the USA the non-whites are definitely more integrated. Maybe some groups see America merely as an opportunity (for money, success, education, etc.) and not as an “organic” country with a culture. But they don’t have an overt hostility to it, seemingly. The largest growing group of non-whites are descended from people native to North America, so they’ll have an intrinsic connection to the soil. Nearly 50% of interracial marriages in the US are between Whites and Hispanics. Our situation is a slow mixing out, like a frog in cold water that gradually gets hotter over time. However, American Whites have higher birth rates than Europe. There are still many White majority states that have fertility rates above 2.1. The Christian and/or Conservative/right-wing fertility is above 2.1.

    In Europe the non-whites are not integrated and mostly don’t want to be. They’re more violent and cocky. This is a good for preventing mixing and creating hostility. It’s also part of why we see more violence in Europe. The situation is more dire. There are ALREADY parts of Europe where invaders have LITERALLY taken over. That’s spaces will only continue to grow. Europe has invading armies MARCHING through towns and cities. Europe’s effectively at war already. We’re just waiting for Europeans to fight back for a true war.

    Europe’s cons are in sheer numbers: demographics. Will the raw man power still be there when shtf?

    Summed, I think Europe’s situation is stark and dire, which will lead to civil war quickly and, if things go right, a return to racial equilibrium. In America it seems we’re gradually and unconcernedly moving towards a whitesican (white+mexican) future. I don’t foresee any war here.

    • Author
      Admin 3 months ago

      Hey Cocksparrer-

      Excellent points.

      I agree that the biggest difference right now is that fact that the immigrants in Europe already control territory. As things progress I think it will just be natural and organic that their territory will expand too.

      Hopefully there will be something parallel on our own side…

      I will admit this Catalonia independence thing is actually kind of getting me excited, even though if they do gain independence they’ll immediately become another EU lapdog.

      I think the prospect of regional governments standing up against the Brussels suicidalist insanity is actually one of the most hopeful scenarios we could see, so any region pressing for independence is a good thing to my mind.

    • SteveRogers42 3 months ago

      Musical interlude!

      Never gets old!

      • Author
        Admin 3 months ago

        Lol aw Steve my wife is gonna be so mad with you. Last time you linked to this its all I sang for a week…

  3. SteveRogers42 3 months ago

    We’ve got that other Amendment, too…

    Thank you, Thomas Jefferson.

    • Author
      Admin 3 months ago


      I think anyone who reads The Federalist Papers shouldn’t be able to help but marvel at the genius of Jefferson and Madison and all those dudes. I am guessing The Federalist Papers is not taught in public schools anymore though unfortunately…

  4. Unknown 3 months ago

    The situation in EU is much worse because demography is something that cannot get changed except by means that are so totally outruled that they will just not get used. So, the last hope will be that immigrants assimilate – and part of them are doing so. There is also a battle going on within immigrant groups, between those who want to join european life style and those who want to uphold tradition and religious rule. Each new wave of immigrants strengthens traditionalists within them. Therefore, as immigration and influence from outside hold on, the future of EU is looking very dark.

    • Author
      Admin 3 months ago

      I agree Unknown. I too think each additional wave strengthens their asabiya/determination to conquer us. Indeed I think that’s half their purpose in importing wives from up in the mountains in Morocco or Pakistan who are illiterate. They just keep doubling down on their tradition while we march blindly into ‘progress’ (which just means death).

  5. Daniel 3 months ago

    Remember, remember this has not happened by chance or some cycle theory.
    It has been systematically planned, prmoted, financed and can be verified with some do diligence and research.
    There is planned outcome that being the end of Nation States to establish a Political, Financial, Religion, World Technocracy.
    I may be wrong about this: BUT I DON’T THINK SO!

    • SteveRogers42 3 months ago

      Dan — sadly, I agree.

    • Author
      Admin 3 months ago

      I as well.

      And thank you for the comment Daniel. Glad to have you here.

  6. SteveRogers42 3 months ago

    Hove is a town on the south coast of England.

    What a jobygig is, I do not know.

    • Author
      Admin 3 months ago

      Lol not sure what a jobygig is either but it sounds like a good word.

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