As all our regular-readers know, this site tracks the coming civil war in Europe because we know it is the only hope the European peoples and lands have at avoiding Muslim enslavement and death. The Muslim population of Europe is on a shockingly high growth curve, with those of Islamic background already representing a majority of the under-18 population in many areas. All sober observers recognize the dire future such demographic realities promise. For these reasons the study of how events are unfolding in Europe, and analysis of how 4GW/civil wars are fought, are of the utmost importance.
Therefore we watch with hope as talk of civil war spreads throughout Western Europe. This has increasingly been the case in France in particular. As the Gatestone Institute recently wrote:
“We are on the verge of a civil war.” That quote did not come from a fanatic or a lunatic. No, it came from head of France’s homeland security, the DGSI (Direction générale de la sécurité intérieure), Patrick Calvar. He has, in fact, spoken of the risk of a civil war many times. On July 12th, he warned a commission of members of parliament, in charge of a survey about the terrorist attacks of 2015, about it.
In May 2016, he delivered almost the same message to another commission of members of parliament, this time in charge of national defense. “Europe,” he said, “is in danger. Extremism is on the rise everywhere, and we are now turning our attention to some far-right movements who are preparing a confrontation”.
What kind of confrontation? “Intercommunity confrontations,” he said — polite for “a war against Muslims.” “One or two more terrorist attacks,” he added, “and we may well see a civil war.”
Whether Calvar’s comments about “far-right” extremists are accurate or stem from the usual European-traitor/elite fear mongering, his statements on the imminence of civil war must be taken as accurate and significant.
If we analyze the actions of other traitorous European governments we can come to a similar conclusion. In Germany recently the police carried out massive raids arresting native citizens for extreme, “far-right” postings (see here). No doubt many of us would- if we lived in Germany- have to fear similar treatment. The German government’s motivation must of course be ascribed in part to their radical religious ideology of national-suicide, but it must also be ascribed to increasing fear of vigilante justice and revolution, stemming from their increasingly enraged native citizenry (see more on that here).
In civil war or other times of societal destabilization, certain things take on outsized importance. To get an idea of this, we have a helpful article from Politico about Albania in the 1990’s.
“Guns were the first thing we went for, then flour for bread,” said Aleksander Marleci, a local politician in the town of Shkodra, in northern Albania.
That was in 1997, the year Albania teetered on the brink of civil war. The pyramid scheme that suckered in most of the population had collapsed and half of Albania’s GDP disappeared overnight. Protests gave way to street fighting and looting. At the top of looters’ shopping list were the country’s bountiful arms depots.
Guns, as anyone might expect, take on this outsized importance. So too do organizational apparatus’. As a result, when the Yugoslav government fell and Albania (and the rest of the Balkans) fell into anarchy in the 1990’s, Albanias reverted back to their old patterns of Kanun– a clan-based societal model replete with “ancient, violent customs” in which familial loyalty and organization trumps all other, and families often war with each other in the absence of law-enforcement authority. Once the Albanian government had to reassert control- around the time the county was (of course) entering the EU, they had to mount full-scale military advances upon certain Albanian towns, some of which certain clans even tried to repel with mortar and rocket-propelled grenade fire! Such is the power of tribal loyalty.
Thus the cultural particulars of Kanun do not concern us as much as what their re-adoption tells us about anarchic, civil-war like conditions: organization is of the utmost importance.
One of our very wise readers, Nxx, has pointed this out as well. That in the American civil war, it was George Washington who became military leader not because he was the only one with the skills and training to do so, but because he was plugged into a well-oiled command and control structure- the Freemasons. Such “C4ISR” structures, which already possess ranks, hierarchies communication networks, and the logistics to move manpower and materials and rapidly react to changing conditions on the ground (remember the OODA Loop), are of the utmost importance in civil war conditions.
This confluence of guns and organization brings us back to modern Europe. From CNBC:
France, a nation long considered a beacon of liberty and stability, may be on the edge of something resembling a civil war.
I wish I could say this was just hysterical exaggeration. But the evidence does not support complacency. Just down the road from me on the outskirts of Montpellier on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, there’s long been a gun club where enthusiastic game hunters can polish their skills during the off-season. Unlike in Britain, it is perfectly legal for members of such clubs to own pistols and semi-automatic rifles.
In the last few months, since the wave of terrorism has intensified, the membership of the gun club has quadrupled, from 200 to 800 members. The new members are not all motivated by the love of shooting sports. Benoit, a local olive farmer who owns more than a dozen rifles, pistols and shotguns, as well as an AK-47 assault rifle, admitted to me this weekend something much darker.
“They’re getting ready for a war,” he said.
This hopeful (to us) article echoes something I discussed on the Red Ice Radio podcast last month (before I had seen the above article), which is that gun clubs are- in my opinion- the organizations in contemporary Western Europe most suited to serving such a C4ISR role in the coming civil war.
We as modern Westerners are in a much different situation compared with the late 18th century American’s or with 1990’s-era Albanians. This is because we typically have very small families and very weak social networks. We do not have ‘clans’, and modernity has left us with much less tangible and robust bonds than those in George Washington’s time period. As a result, it is that much more important for us to deliberately seek out any organizations or groups that serve these purposes. With this being the case, I believe gun clubs are almost ideally situated for the task.
This is because, as formal organizations, and indeed ones with ties to other gun clubs all around the continent, they possess a command and control structure. Sure, right now this structure might serve no greater purpose than organizing fox hunts or shooting competitions, but it is there nonetheless. Such clubs are vehicles for human organization – they are the logistical apparatus needed to effect action, whatever that action might be.
Another key utility they possess is the ability to distribute weapons. As Europeans stock up on guns in preparation for their governments’ falling and ethnic violence escalating, the importance of this cannot be overstated. Similarly, gun clubs train their members on how to use weapons, which is a skill very few Europeans already possess.
All of these things make gun clubs- in my opinion- the most logical choice if one is to predict which organizations will serve key roles in Europe’s coming civil wars.
As a result, it is quite likely that the genocidal/suicidal governments of countries like France and Germany and Sweden will eventually ban them. Quite frankly I find it somewhat shocking they are even allowed today. Yet were those governments to forcibly shut down gun clubs, it would still be a victory from a 4GW perspective, as it would further separate remaining “normies” from their governments.
In the meantime however, I would humbly encourage any Europeans reading this to research their local gun clubs and join them. Become like Benoit in the CNBC article and begin preparing for what is to come. While I myself am not yet able to go to Europe to aid in the burgeoning civil war (which is of course my goal), I am still going to be joining a gun club and beginning firearms training.
As more Muslims rampage through cities like Nice wreaking horror and destruction, as millions more Muslims arrive in Europe every year, and as more and more White women and children are raped in broad daylight, the citizens of nations like France will naturally lose faith in their governments. Simultaneously those governments will also be under rapidly increasing pressure as a result of the overwhelming logistical and financial costs of mass immigration. This is a recipe for collapse and civil war. As it approaches, let us do our best to ensure that the ranks of gun clubs soar.
Editors Note: If you are in Europe (or anywhere for that matter), please tell us if you know anyone in a gun club. Does your local town have one? What other organizations do you think might play similar roles as events escalate in Europe?