Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Against the Faith (and Wh*te People?!?)

Recently, the Swiss have been getting real bad press due to some folk there wanting to restrict immigration. So-called Enlightenment thinking dictates that countries of the north should be safe havens for the folk hard put to live "freely" in their countries of origin. Fair enough. Sounds good as far as it goes.

So, what are we to do when it becomes patently obvious that countries of the south, shall we say, north Africa, and other sub-tropical places do not feel the same way about immigrants and looking after their ethnic and cultural traditions?

An international poll in 2007 showed that 90 percent of the inhabitants in Egypt, Indonesia and India believed that each country should guard their innate culture and lifestyle. Immigration concerned people in 44 out of the 47 countries.
Fjordman has stated:

Guarding your identity is thus a universal human trait, not a white trait. In fact, it is less pronounced among whites today than among anybody else. Only whites cling onto the idea of universalism, everybody else sticks with their own ethnic group. In white majority Western nations it has become a state-sponsored ideology to “celebrate diversity” ...

In May 2007, Osama bin Laden’s deputy terrorist leader Ayman al-Zawahri stated that “Al-Qaida is not merely for the benefit of Muslims. That’s why I want blacks in America, people of color, American Indians, Hispanics, and all the weak and oppressed in North and South America, in Africa and Asia, and all over the world.”

Read that statement closely. This Jihadist organization is calling for a global war against white pe ...
Wait, wait, wait! But I thought that everyone was starting to sing, "I want to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony!" Apparently multi-cultural celebration of diversity is based on wish-fulfillment, not the goals of Mr. al-Zawahri, or other rather large, influential entities on the world scene.

Who's to say Switzerland should NOT roll up the welcome mat? Indeed, where will the Shire Strategy begin? Limp-wristed PC pansies won't get it done. Neither will "flower-children" now pushing their mid-60's. Neither will lawyers. It must be done by the voters and those willing to protect faith, family, Church, priests, and Christendom. The Christian faith in general and the Catholic Church -- with her persons of all races and colors -- must be protected in order to thrive without fear of attack by those who would seek its annihilation.

What the end-goal looks like, I cannot guess. My "palantir" only gets cable and the internet. But part of being faithful, hopeful, and charitable means legitimate defense. Let us not be found wanting. NB: For all normal Westerners with qualms of false guilt -- consider it a "sit in" if that helps. And, no immigration without reciprocal immigrant policies and freedoms.


James said...

I followed your link concerning the Church's doctrine toward defense and have had my eyes opened. I was born and raised Catholic and have always thought that "Thou shall not kill" was the absolute, if illogical, rule. Thank you for opening my eyes to the knowledge that my years of military service where not in opposition to my church. I've bookmarked that site, and have set out to educate myself about my own faith.

Athos said...

I'm glad the link was helpful, James. St. Thomas is explicit in supporting legitimate defense from the individual level to national. One can, clearly, love your enemy but want to stop him from injuring another, oneself, or even himself by his aggressiveness. Best

Mark Gordon said...


This is not in any way meant to be a snarky comment, but you should get yourself a copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (first published in 1994). It is an amazing compendium of the authentic magisterial teaching on just about every issue imaginable. I'm always a bit surprised at the "cradle Catholics" who don't consult the Catechism, figuring they already know what the Faith is all about. Just a thought.

James said...

Mark and Athos. Thanks for the encouragement and the point in the right direction. I'm awaiting my delivery from Amazon and will begin my journey into knowledge that I'm embarrassed I did not already know.