I like to think of myself as a nice guy, most of the time.  But there is an angry, vengeful, militant streak in me.  Every once in a while, I see something that sets my blood on fire.  This is one of those times.

One of the victims of the Brussels Airport Bombing was an Israeli Citizen.  Consequently, an Israeli flag was placed at the memorial for the victims of the terrorist attack.

Ever searching for a way to shock the world with by finding new depths to their depravity, a Muslim woman desecrated the memorial to the Israeli citizen by tearing up the Israeli flag while a Muslim man places a Palestinian flag over an Israeli flag at a different memorial.

Nobody there tried to stop either one.

After the Americans liberated Western Europe from the Nazis, a spectacle arose known as the Ugly Carnival.  French and Belgian women who had slept with Nazis – usually for favors – were dragged from their homes, had their heads shaved, and there paraded around town while the newly liberated townsfolk would throw things at them.

I don’t know what is going to happen to Europe in the coming months and years.

What I do know is this.  There is a growing resentment in Europe against the tidal wave of Middle Eastern immigrants.  Rape and violence by migrants that has been poorly responded to by European governments has given rise to vigilante anti-migrant groups.

As an outsider it boggles my mind that the nations and cultures that gave the world Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Handel,  Leonardo, Michelangelo, Monet, Giotto, van Gogh, David, Shakespeare, Victor Hugo, Jules Verne, Dumas, Chaucer, Sarte, Conan Doyle, Dickens, opera, concertos, symphonies, the Pieta, The Creation of Adam, and ballet; would suddenly kowtow to a culture that for all intents and purposes bans music, portraits (most art really), literature, and dance.

Maybe, before Europe burns to the ground, some of the European elite who are so intent on coddling these people need to take a trip to the carnival and get their priorities straightened out.


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  1. It may be worth noting that the rise of feudalism was made inevitable because the Carolingian kinglets of Western Europe were too busy squabbling over the imperial crown to bother defending their subjects from raids by Vikings, Saracens, and Magyars. Since the EUcrats are too busy virtue signalling to defend their subjects…

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