Issue of the Century: Cowards, Go Reproduce Yourselves, by Taki Theodoracopulos.
Once the French had cleared out of Moscow in October 1812, special commissions were set up to investigate those who had played nice with the invaders. Only 22 people, all of them of foreign extraction, had failed to remain true to their oath of loyalty to the Tsar. They were duly sent to Siberia. To the Tsar’s and the nobility’s great relief, the serfs had not taken the opportunity the French offered them to rise up against their masters in any numbers. John Quincy Adams, writing in his diary, describes the nobility’s greatest fear being a possible uprising of the serfs, and not the French. The common fatherland, however, was the unbreakable bond. A serf was a serf, and very badly treated at that, but he was first and foremost a Russian.
Okay, let’s fast-forward to 2016. I don’t know any hacks who dare even to acknowledge the nature of the problem: millions upon millions of fifth columnists among us! And worse, just saying that these millions arriving from these foreign cultures endanger our way of life and Christian traditions can put one in the pokey. Just imagine Europe being like Russia back in 1812, invaded by foreign armies under the leadership of some wild-eyed towel-wearer. Does anyone in their right mind believe that the 5 million Muslims in France, the 4 million in Britain, and the by-now 5 million in Germany would react like the Russian serfs did back then?
Mind you, this is a very bad comparison. Europe beat the Muslim armies three times—Tours in 732, Lepanto in 1571, and Vienna in 1683—but this time there will not even be a battle. Even if Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders come to power and stop all further immigration, it is far too late.
So the West has a problem, and we aren’t even “allowed” to talk about it. “Not Allowed” by whom? Who benefits?
Australia has handled its immigration problems well, but not nearly as well as Japan, the country that has absolutely not a scintilla of terrorism as it is verboten for Muslims to live there.