We have seen the dark fruit of their sick ideology. It is massacre and death, followed by inevitable restrictions on freedom. And the cycle continues, spiralling downwards into ever more tension and conflict.
The proponents of the warped ideology that brought about the massacre in Christchurch must now be held to account. They can no longer be permitted to spew forth their deranged ideas, ideas long discredited by history, with the impunity to which they have become accustomed. Instead, they must be confronted; challenged; disrupted and made uncomfortable wherever they go, wherever they speak; in whatever dark crevice of the world they have found a platform for their spite. Of course no violence should be used. But nor should we shirk from spirited confrontation.
This demented ideology has already wrought havoc on the world, and is sure to wreak much more unless its proponents are politically disempowered and culturally marginalised. Of what ideology do I speak? Border Denial.
Borders are the technology perfected by thousands of years of cultural evolution to minimise the harm caused by the tribal feelings that are intrinsic to human nature.
A staggering number of people had to die, a colossal amount of suffering had to be endured, to reach the condition in which people were able to live securely in their own land, cherishing their own uniqueness, among their own kind. Europe reached this pinnacle only a few decades ago, America long before. Then, as if motivated by some perverse instinct to vitiate bliss, a mad impulse to fracture a state of perfection too impossible to endure, the white ruling class adopted the ideology of Border Denial.
There can be no place in our societies for the vile ideology that drives and incites hatred and fear. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of New Zealand. pic.twitter.com/vEE3vZRW0H
— Theresa May (@theresa_may) 15 March 2019
Border Denialists, ignoring the evidence of history, insist borders are unnecessary because “People are all the same”. A thousand holocausts worth of suffering had to take place to demonstrate the necessity of borders and delineate where those borders should be. Yet our rulers now shamelessly deny these holocausts and deny the borders they defined.
The carnage and chaos we witness from Paris to Christchurch are the long-ripened fruit of their conceit. And yet, even when their ideas are brutally refuted by reality, the ruling class cannot bring itself to shut the experiment down. Instead they blame those who warned them that the experiment was destined to fail in the first place.
“If it wasn’t for those meddling Alt Right kids and their free speech, the whole thing coulda worked!”
In an indication of the crazed spirit of repression that now dominates the thinking of a ruling class besieged by reality, French politician Cristiane Blein may be charged with a crime (Incitement to Murder) for quoting the Bible in response to the Christchurch attacks.
Massacre in New Zealand: Eye for an eye
But even the wholesale repression of free speech can’t keep this mad project going for much longer.
Border Denialists are a clear and present danger to the continuation of civilised life in this world. Their vile ideology can no longer be allowed to continue unchallenged. These extremists are denying white people the right to a future, inducing a sense of existential despair that is manifest in everything from declining birth-rates to soaring rates of suicide and drug dependency.
As Albert Camus said:
The moment despair is alone, pure, sure of itself, pitiless in its consequences, it has a merciless power.
If western elites continue coercing whites into accepting a future as a people without a land, it is inevitable that ever more lost souls will end up despairing alone, just as Brenton Tarrant did.