Saturday, January 28, 2006


Depression
And
The Beast


Thomas The Wraith, one of the finest writers in the blogosphere, writes of his deep concern that we are losing this war:


Things are bad. Very bad. Hamas. Iran. Suicide threats against Denmark. Riots and assaults in Australia. The inevitability of an attack in Italy. A Syrian puppet of a near-nuclear Persia.

And Europe ... poor sad Europe. If America is the progeny of European culture, then we have reached a point where Europe is our invalid grandparent, bedridden and incapacitated.

I don't know any more than you do. This is a purely emotional post, not based on evidence or logic or anything tangible I can point to or use as a basis for an argument. But I feel that we are due for bad things. We here in the US have had four and a half years without a domestic attack. I'm sure that some of that is due to our security services but let's be honest, we've gotten lucky. The Enemy is patient and thorough. They are working, planning, preparing. We are overdue and unready.

But it isn't the domestic threat that disturbs me. I'm not worried by the situation here or there or in any one particular place. What haunts me is the big picture; the global impression that the Enemy is on the move while we stick our fingers in our ears and lie to ourselves that islam means peace and that it's been hijacked by an extremist fringe; the general sense that Western civilization is brittle; that we will earn our redemption only through unimagined suffering; that we will defeat the Enemy only by losing a part of what we cherish.



I think many of us are probably feeling this way these days. I know that I am.

We are surrounded on all sides; militarily, economically, and ideologically. And yes, we are sticking our fingers in our ears and closing our eyes. But, here's the thing, there are only two ways we can lose this war;

1) through a slow process of gradual dhimmification

or

2) if the terrorists are able to aquire many, many small nukes AND manage to smuggle them into the America.

I honestly don't think the enemy is wise enough to sit back and slowly dhimmify us. I think that as always happens with evil people, they will get greedy, and they will jump the gun.

So, the question is, can our enemies aquire enough small nukes to completely annihilate America, and cause us to not retaliate with nukes on the entire Middle East?

Because, you can be assured that there is a military plan in place on our part that, if we are attacked in such a way that the result will be the proverbial "Middle-East turned to glass." And, you can be assured that there are many American generals who are willing to do it.

Human nature does not change. Ethnic and cultural nature, being expressions of human nature, do not change very quickly. The appearence of change is due to ideological fads. Underneath our exterior of human rights and Democracy, the West is just as animalistic as it always has been. We are barbaric people. We will tear these peoples skulls from their bodies with our bare hands, if we have to.

So, the question becomes, are we going to allow the beast of depression to eat us from the inside, or, are we going to manifest the beast within us, and eat the hearts out of the chests of our enemies. We certainly have enough to fight for.

Keep up the fight, and don't let the bastards get you down. Because, it is your choice.