Gates of Vienna Toys with Genocide
At Gates of Vienna, an author referred to as “thoughtful” has a piece that lovingly describes the coming genocide of Muslims in Europe: Gates of Vienna: Surrender, Genocide … or What?
He backs away at the last minute, after imagining it in great detail, and says he’s not advocating genocide. So what does he advocate?
A totalitarian police state that will institute policies of concentration camps and mass deportation, and criminalize being a Muslim in Europe.
Oh, yeah. That’s a lot better.
Here’s one excerpt from this lengthy exercise in genocide porn.
A functioning government might be able to organize and carry out mass deportations via airline, but would surely be forced to preemptively intern the target population, and the notion that such populations in Europe would allow themselves to be peacefully interned strains credulity to breaking point and beyond. If this is true now, how much truer would it be in five or ten years time? Even the merest suggestion of implementing such a plan would surely collapse an electoral discontinuity into a non-electoral discontinuity for reasons already discussed. It is on the basis of this reasoning that I argue that deportations and mass expulsions, though the most difficult types of violence to read in this context, will not play a key role in post-discontinuity violence apart from perhaps being used to repatriate the survivors once the conflict has been won.
If violence does erupt in European countries between natives and Muslims, I consider it highly likely that people who had never done anything more violent than beat eggs will prove incapable of managing the psychological transition to controlled violence and start killing anything that looks remotely Muslim. Our unspoken conviction that we, in 21st-century Europe, have moved beyond such savagery will be shown to be an arrogance founded on a few decades of fragile peace and prosperity, taken for granted and allowed to slip through our fingers for no reason at all.
Baron Bodissey is now complaining that he’s receiving critical email for posting this disgusting screed. They all want to avoid genocide, he says.
Posting a blatant incitement to violence is an awfully strange way to demonstrate that.