During the last ten years, numerous books have appeared advancing the narrative of the “suicide” of some of the Western countries. In Germany, Thilo Sarrazin wrote about how Germany is abolishing itself (Deutschland schafft sich ab), and in France, even before Houellebecq’s Submission (Soumission), an important book by Eric Zemour, The Suicide of France (Le Suicide français), was published. Similar endeavors can be found in the Anglo-American world, Italian culture, Hispanic studies, etc.
All this that has been happening during the last months, especially when it comes to vandal attacks on monuments, also speaks of how some invisible force is systematically encouraging the continuation of this cultural suicide. In Western countries, certain ideological groups are trying to erase not only the places of memory and visible symbols of European and American greatness, but to completely redefine the identity and self-understanding of Western European man according to his role and task in history.
Western civilization (including Russia), over the past five hundred years, thanks to Christianity, has advanced vitality, entrepreneurship, research spirit, science, technology, extraordinary systems of organization (from the military and education to the economy), to almost every part of the planet. During that period, of course, there were dark sides, such as the extermination of entire peoples (deliberate or unintentional), the plundering of resources and artistic heritage, the struggle for colonial advancement, and so on. But the fact is that the peoples of Europe managed to defend themselves first from the attacks of other civilizations on their own soil, and then to go on and effectively rule the world. Generations of top military leaders, strategists, inventors, geographical researchers, architects, biologists, anthropologists, economists, and entrepreneurs have expanded Western domination, bringing with them the most modern achievements of civilization while at the same time abolishing cannibalism, human sacrifice, the burning of widows, and similar practices. But if you try to point out this positive side of colonization at Western universities today, you will surely be fired, and even run the risk of being indicted as a racist.
Western countries are understandably marked with monuments to those aforementioned generations of people, which pay tribute to them while also reminding new generations of the power and vitality their countries once had. That the United States might allow the erection of a monument to a defeated General like Robert E. Lee (a top strategist and who was personally against secession, but was led by the feeling of honor to respect his home state’s decision rather than accept Lincoln’s offer to become commander of the forces of the North), was a sign of this strength.
The madness around the monuments it not new; we will remember in 2017 the attempt to remove the monument to Lee in Charlottesville. The court eventually defended the monument, but this year Antifa and other terrorist groups set out to barbarize and demolish dozens of other monuments. That is how the monument to Columbus in Minneapolis was destroyed. And in one of the episodes of The Sopranos, Italian-Americans and descendants of Indians were seen waging a real war over a Columbus monument in New York. By the way, since both Washington and Jefferson were also slave owners, I guess the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution should be annulled too, if this logic is followed.
This revision of history and the loss of identity logically goes hand in hand with the destruction of the natural family. Strong and numerous Christian families were the basis for the rise of Western civilization.
This really is a war, a war for the defense of identity and heritage that has made European man great at least in one long period of human history. Those who, through their totalitarian monopoly in the media, education ,and science, teach the descendants of these great people to be ashamed and renounce their past, know very well what they are doing in that war. Now, the only question is whether all of us, from Vladivostok to California, will have the strength to defend the right to our memory and identity, and thus the ability to survive and not turn into the shapeless biomass that the new global masters are modeling in their molds. A few days ago, President Trump signed an executive order banning this violence and ordering that urban terrorists be taken to where they belong – to prison.