Europe and all the American left imagined they could wrench money from the wealthy, or just print money if they had to, and provide endless nanny state happiness. Free medical care. Long vacations. Assured jobs with little hard work. Bliss and free lunches for all.
And it even worked for a while in Europe, when there were between seven to ten young adults being taxed for each senior citizen. Then a funny thing happened. The Europeans stopped reproducing. It was as if all of Europe woke up one day having decided to commit suicide. In Germany, for example, one out of every three women is childless. And the women who do have a child frequently only have only one.
Amazon reviewer of a Mark Steyn book
I think World War 2 resulted in a paradigm shift in human thinking. Conscious of the horrors of the wars Western European types suddenly abandoned tribalistic thinking and adopted the idea of the universal human. Whereas before you would be judged on how well you treat your own people, now you will be judged on how well you treat others. Using this new criterion the claim can legitimately be made that there were no “good guys” in World War 2. You now get extra points for treating others better than you treat your own people.
We do not need to reason with the monster; we need to put a bullet into its brain and hammer a stake through its heart. If that means blood and chaos and battling the alien enemy from house to house in burning cities throughout our land then, by God, it is better that we get on with it now than later.
When I think of Western cities to be nuked in priority in order to save the white race, Paris is first on my list, together with New York.