We are living in historic times men.
Numerous stories of note combine to mark the seriousness of the issues bearing down on us.
Orban, Defender Of Europe
This Easter Weekend, in Hungary, we saw Victor Orban give a great speech, calling out George Soros as the chief enemy of the Hungarian people, and all native Europeans.
From Kormany.hu, quoting and writing about Orban:
“Today we live in a time when international politics is a battlefield. The independence and freedom of European nations are at stake. And at the centre of the battlefield is migration. In the present dress rehearsal for the election campaign, secondary battlefields are emerging in the form of the Soros university, the transparency of international lobbying organisations and financial stability.”
Mr. Orbán stressed that “The biggest debate in Europe today is about migration, this is what our future stands or falls on, the fate of Europe. The question is whether the character of European nations will be determined by the same spirit, civilisation, culture and mentality as in our parents’ and grandparents’ time, or by something completely different.”
Debates have been ignited, he said, by the fact that “those calling themselves liberal and left-wing – who are supported with the money, power and networks of international forces, with George Soros at the forefront – claim that taking action against migration is wrong, impractical and immoral”. He added that “In contrast with this, we want to preserve the foundations of Europe. We do not want parallel societies, we do not want population exchanges, and we do not want to replace Christian civilisation with a different kind. Therefore we are building fences, defending ourselves, and not allowing migrants to flood us”.
Battle In Berkeley
In Berkeley this weekend, a great collection of young nationalists took on numerous Antifa- likely paid by Soros, the same man mentioned by Orban- and a raucous battle ensued. Numerous arrests were made, but as of today it is commonly agreed that the nationalist elements got the better in the fight.
‘Based Stickman‘ made an appearance, as did Lauren Southern, and numerous other groups. Battles ranged across the liberal college city, and leftist demonstrators threw fireworks and attacked people with pepper spray.
I have read some comparisons between these brawls and what went on in Weimar Germany and I think they are apt. Its something I will be writing about in my next book, but since Progressivism has succeeded in atomizing the entire population and eroding any shared honor or shared culture we had (Progressivism destorys ‘asabiya‘, basically), it is now entirely logical that all the various groups who no longer consider themselves part of a ‘we’ will begin fighting with each other to greater and greater extents.
The French Election Finally Cometh
Finally, something we have been talking about ever since this site’s founding is drawing close. That is the French Presidential Election.
As we all know, Marine le Pen- candidate of the Front Nationale, is the only candidate opposed to France’s impending Islamization. Her opponents are not explicitly stating “We want France to be Islamic” of course, but they all support a continuation of policies that make it mathematically impossible for France not to soon be majority-Muslim.
Right now there are four main contenders for the first round of the election.
We have Francois Fillon, the ‘Conservative’, still embroiled in scandal.
We have Macron, the ‘centrist’, often compared in the mainstream press to Tony Blair (yes, the Rotherham war criminal Tony Blair that is).
We have Mélenchon, the communist, suddenly coming on strong from the outside.
And Le Pen herself, the blonde-haired Joan of Arc attempting to save France from destruction.
The two top vote getters will square off in two weeks in the second round, and whoever gets more votes between them will be president.
The Telegraph breaks down the likely scenarios thus:
The strongest wins in any of the potential scenarios are for Macron, who would beat both Le Pen and Fillon with 65 per cent of the vote.
A second round race that had him face Mélenchon, however, would be closer – with Macron winning with 54 per cent.
Mélenchon and Fillon would both beat Le Pen in a second-round race, according to the poll – at 63 and 58 per cent respectively.
If the second round was between the scandal-mired conservative Fillon and communist Mélenchon, Elabe’s poll indicates that Mélenchon would win with 59 per cent of the vote.
Many polls have Marine Le Pen leading in the first round of voting, reflected in The Telegraph’s own poll tracker.
But she is unlikely to take the presidency, due to the fact that she is set to perform badly in the second round of voting, once the number of candidates is whittled down to two.
This election has been talked about for YEARS at this point, and was for all intents and purposes the set up for Michele Houelebecq’s novel Submission, about France softly giving into Islamization, to prevent the Front Nationale from attaining office.
In Submission, the other parties all united around an Islamist one, but really, any of these real life parties in this years election will suffice just as well as an actual Islamist one would.
Either way, IF France has any hope left of a political solution, this election would be it.
The foundation of this website, and I think the belief that everyone who reads this shares, is that Western Europe is ‘past the voting stage’.
Despite this, I still think its worth it to fight for Le Pen’s victory, and a good place to start is by donating to her campaign.
Andrew, who just contributed an article to the site, also emailed me this morning with a link to where one can donate to the Front Nationale (big thanks Andrew). That link can be found here: https://www.adhesions-fn.com/fr/public/donate
Despite my belief that France is past the voting stage, I still think it worth donating, and I am going to do so myself.
The Four Reasons To Donate To The Front Nationale
One – Its still possible she wins and does some good.
Some might call this a long shot, but hey, Donald Trump won. And though some are growing a little worried about what seems to be a shift in Trump’s vision lately, just having Le Pen in office ought to slow down mass immigration to some degree.
Two – Its still possible she wins and that expedites the breakdown of the country.
I think this is an even more hopeful scenario actually. I don’t think Le Pen can ‘save’ France in a purely political manner, at least not without vastly increasing the powers of the French Presidency. However, I think Le Pen getting elected might be the catalyst needed for the country to devolve into anarchy, which could then set the stage to allow her to do what needs to be done. In this way France could potentially become the first country in Western Europe to engage in active reconquest, and end Muslim immigration and begin repatriation, etc.
Three – Because that’s what our enemies are doing.
As Orban rightly points out in his speech, the globalist/progressive powers pour MASSIVE amounts of money into their campaigns of demographic replacement and ‘popular uprisings’. Think how much money Soros must have spent to overthrow the Ukrainian government. Think how much he spends weekly trying to achieve similar ends in the US, and in Russia. While we- as far as I know- don’t have many billionaire oligarch’s on our side (perhaps Peter Thiel?), we can still attempt to pour resources into those projects worthy of them. It would not be the first time in history that countless ‘regular’ people donating money and time and sacrificing for a noble cause have defeated powerful enemies.
Four – So we can tell our grandchildren that we first tried political ends.
Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t think there’s anything noble about sticking to politics and ‘dialogue’ while your daughters and sisters are getting raped in broad daylight and your lands are being handed over to foreign invaders. That is about the most ignoble thing I can think of. However on the converse side, war is a terrible, terrible thing, and I think there is something to be said for going through the motions, and still trying to preserve a peaceful victory even when it seems abundantly unlikely.
The key is the part about victory.
While it seems unlikely that Le Pen will win the election, I still want to do what I can to try to aid her to victory. At the same time, it would be ignoble to ONLY trust in such hope and not be prepared for other, less idyllic eventualities.
If- as expected- she loses, then we can close that door, and patriots across the West can focus 100% on preparing for the slide into anarchy that awaits, and the potential avenues for victory such anarchy will bring.