The winds of change

The end of a year is considered time for reflection; to examine trends and identify needed corrections.  Today’s New Years Eve events seem to point toward one of those trends:

“New Year revellers across Britain will be protected by SAS snipers armed with the world’s most powerful rifle – which is capable of stopping a terrorist vehicle.  Brave special forces soldiers will be deployed on rooftops around the country and will even be surveilling crowds from helicopters.”  (The Sun, United Kingdom)


“Organisers of Berlin’s New Year’s Eve celebrations are to set up a “safe zone” for women for the first time.  The new security measures planned for the Brandenburg Gate party come amid concerns about sexual assaults. A large number of assaults and robberies targeting women at Cologne’s New Year’s Eve celebrations two years ago horrified Germany. Hundreds of women reported being attacked by gangs of men with migrant backgrounds.”  (BBC, United Kingdom)


Police in Sweden have retracted their “unfortunate” advice that women should not go out alone after dark.  Local police in Malmö made a public statement saying women should stay indoors when it gets dark following the rape of a 17-year-old girl.  The incident occurred after midnight as the victim walked through a playground area and is the third attack of its kind in the Swedish city of Malmö in the last few weeks.  (Independent, United Kingdom)


Police are promising a bigger security detail than ever before in Times Square for this year’s New Year’s Eve celebration, which will cap off a year that saw a number of deadly attacks on innocent crowds, including a vehicle rampage at the very spot where revelers will ring in 2018.  The extra precautions follow two recent terrorist attacks in the city. A man detonated a bomb in the city’s subway system on December 11, injuring only himself. On Halloween, an Islamic State-inspired attacker drove down a bicycle path, killing eight people before he wrecked his truck and was shot by police. (CNBC, United States)


At the end of the 1980s Western Civilization celebrated the end of the Cold War, the final of three chapters of unprecedented, largely intramural violence in the 20th Century.  The rock band The Scorpions sang about “The Wind of Change,” capturing the hope the future would be brighter.

Those winds have changed direction, and the West needs to stop importing large numbers of foreigners.  Now.  We already have enough crazies of our own.  It now appears we traded the Cold War for a return of a much older conflict.  May 2018 see continued success in reviving the West’s slumbering sense of self-preservation.

Who let the dogs out?

That would be Angela Merkel and her fellow open borders/globalist allies:

In the early hours of January 1, around 90 women were allegedly robbed, threatened, or sexually molested at the New Year’s celebrations outside Cologne’s cathedral by young, mostly drunk, men – many of whom were described as being of “Arab or North African origin.” One rape was also reported to police.

And it’s not just Germany witnessing these new developments at the same time they are swamped by one of the largest mass migrations in history — one that has been going on for some time, but reached ludicrous speed this past year:

It was back in 1975 that the Swedish parliament decided that the country should become multicultural. The population then stood at eight million — virtually all ethnic Swedes — but its people had a proud history of offering help to outsiders…

But today Sweden faces uncomfortable questions about the kind of society it wants, or can afford, to be. At 16 per cent, the foreign-born proportion of its population is already higher than that of not only Germany and Great Britain, but also the U.S.   Since 1975, violent crime and rapes, including gang rapes, have risen to an extraordinary high level (in politically correct Sweden official statistics do not give the ethnic background of attackers.)

 And in Norway, there is now an effort to teach newcomers that it’s not OK to rape and assault women (something they apparently didn’t learn in their native countries):

The goal is that participants will “at least know the difference between right and wrong,” said Nina Machibya, the Sandnes center’s manager.

But wait!  I thought all cultures were supposed to be equal.  I thought that notions of right and wrong were relative.  What’s going on here, besides people finally being “mugged by reality?”

If we’re finally admitting there is a “right” and a “wrong,” can we agree it’s wrong to dispossess Europeans (and Americans) of their countries in favor of an influx of foreigners, many of whom plunder and pillage like modern-day Vandals?

The responses of our (cough) ‘leaders’ are telling.  The Mayor of Cologne suggests women need a code of conduct to cut down on the assaults (isn’t that what feminists in America call ‘victim blaming?’).  The President of the United States pursues his higher priority of disarming the citizenry.  And heads of state across Europe scold their populations not to connect rising terrorism and lawlessness with the ongoing influx of hundreds of thousands of aliens.  Why, that would be realistic racist.

We need new leaders.  We need closed borders.  We need an armed citizenry.  And above all, we need a renewed commitment to the faith, culture and values that made the West great — including a willingness to defend them and an understanding that despite all the multicultural propaganda, they are NOT universally recognized.  We may not be imposing these standards on others abroad anymore, but we can certainly maintain them at home — provided we can override the intentions of the traitors and quislings among us.