A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of Goyim Resurgent, throwing off their Semitic mind shackles, and re-asserting their ancestral identity.
Jews have caught a first glimpse of this glorious spectre and it has struck terror into their dark hearts.
All the powers of Old Khazaria and Jerusalem combined have entered into an unholy alliance to suppress the Goyim Revolt and exorcise the spectre: media, Big Tech, government and Finance are trying by all means to zero out goyim resistance.
A letter has been signed by 30 pseuds and charlatans, sorry intellectuals, expressing alarm at the progress of Goyim Knowing and the unravelling of the great bureaucratic leviathan it was hoped would suppress European identity forever, the European Union.
Penned by the fake philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, one of the greatest buffoons ever to walk the earth in modern times, it has been signed by assorted story-tellers and poseurs who fancy themselves deep thinkers. (Has it ever been convincingly demonstrated that there is any greater connection between being good at storytelling and being a deep thinker than there is between being good at sportsball and being a deep thinker?)
The idea of Europe is in peril.
From all sides there are criticisms, insults and desertions from the cause.
“Enough of ‘building Europe’!” is the cry. Let’s reconnect instead with our “national soul”! Let’s rediscover our “lost identity”! This is the agenda shared by the populist forces washing over the continent. Never mind that abstractions such as “soul” and “identity” often exist only in the imagination of demagogues.
Europe is being attacked by false prophets who are drunk on resentment, and delirious at their opportunity to seize the limelight. It has been abandoned by the two great allies who in the previous century twice saved it from suicide; one across the Channel and the other across the Atlantic. The continent is vulnerable to the increasingly brazen meddling by the occupant of the Kremlin. Europe as an idea is falling apart before our eyes.
This is the noxious climate in which Europe’s parliamentary elections will take place in May. Unless something changes; unless something comes along to turn back the rising, swelling, insistent tide; unless a new spirit of resistance emerges, these elections promise to be the most calamitous that we have known. They will give a victory to the wreckers. For those who still believe in the legacy of Erasmus, Dante, Goethe and Comenius there will be only ignominious defeat. A politics of disdain for intelligence and culture will have triumphed. There will be explosions of xenophobia and antisemitism. Disaster will have befallen us.
We, the undersigned, are among those who refuse to resign themselves to this looming catastrophe.
We count ourselves among the European patriots (a group more numerous than is commonly thought, but that is often too quiet and too resigned), who understand what is at stake here. Three-quarters of a century after the defeat of fascism and 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall there is a new battle for civilisation.
Semitic screed checklist:
- Hostile reference to Russia and Putin – Check
- Hostile reference to Brexit – Check
- Hostile reference to Trump – Check
- Disease/impurity metaphors applied to goyim in-group consciousness (“noxious”, “delirious”) – Check
- Evocation of 1930s and fascism – Check
- Middle-Eastern apocalypticism – Check
Yes, folks, this is a bona fide Semitic screed.
Let’s take a closer look at these “European patriots”. How many are actually European?
Milan Kundera (born Czech, lived in France most of his life)
Salman Rushdie (vainglorious Paki who has lived in Britain and the USA for most of his life)
Elfriede Jelinek (Jew sojourning in Austria)
Orhan Pamuk (Turk, lived abroad for long periods, some non-Turkish ancestry)
Vassilis Alexakis (born in Greece, lived in France most of his life)
Svetlana Alexievich (Belarussian, lived abroad for many years),
Anne Applebaum (Jewess, sojourned in UK then USA)
Jens Christian Grøndahl (Danish)
David Grossman (Jew living in Israel)
Ágnes Heller (Jewess, sojourning in Hungary)
Ismaïl Kadaré (Albanian)
György Konrád (Jew, sojourning in Hungary)
António Lobo Antunes (Portuguese, but studied the Jewish pseudo-science psychiatry and practised as a psychiatrist so perhaps his mind was Hebraised by the experience)
Claudio Magris (Italian, has described himself as an “honorary Jew“)
Ian McEwan (British, spent childhood abroad)
Adam Michnik (Jew, sojourning in Poland)
Herta Müller (born as part of German-speaking ethnic German minority in Romania, left for Germany, where she has lived for decades)
Ludmila Oulitskaya (Jewess, sojourning in Russia)
Rob Riemen (Dutch)
Fernando Savater (Basque)
Roberto Saviano (Jewish ancestry, sojourns in Italy)
Eugenio Scalfari (Italian, Jew-panderer)
Simon Schama (Jew of doubtful honesty, sojourns in UK and USA)
Peter Schneider (German)
Abdulah Sidran (Bosnia)
Leïla Slimani (Moroccan occupying France)
Colm Tóibín (Irish)
Mario Vargas Llosa (Peruvian, lived abroad for most of his life)
Adam Zagajewski (Polish, lived abroad for many years)
By my count, only 14 out of the 30 are ancestrally European (I’m excluding Albania, Bosnia and Turkey) and only about half of the 14 are living and have lived most of their lives in their ancestral homeland. A few of the 14 I have doubts about, not having been able to find much information about them, but I have chosen to err on the side of inclusion. 10 of the 30 are definitely Jews.
Note the list of names includes the cities the signatories live in, but not their countries, as if identifying as belonging to a country was somehow illegitimate and only local or trans-national loyalties were morally defensible.
This illustrates the point perfectly that the European Union is a bogus, artificial construct, designed by and for rootless cosmopolitans, people devoid of the deep sense of belonging a man has when he lives among his own kith and kin, in land whose soil his ancestors once tilled and whose freedom they risked their lives to assert or defend. These are truths the deracinated cannot understand.