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The 3D Crusade: How Europeans Might Take Their Countries Back

This is Philip Wyeth. Today’s topic could be considered controversial. That is, if a humorous hypothesis can trigger progressives into running to Big Brother to protect their feelings. So let me preface by stressing this distinction: Prediction is not necessarily endorsement. And foresight should not be interpreted as advocacy or incitement.

That said, if something like what I’m about to mull over actually happens, we should remember that it was a predictable reaction provoked by central planning elitists who have no loyalty to their own people. Hubris has been mistaken for vision, and in refusing to protect the gates have put their nations’ children in danger.

So here goes. Multiculturalism in Europe is dying. Or should I say, multiculturalism is killing? The mainstream media would love to completely ignore the failure of this grand experiment which they implicitly endorse—even as they’re forced to cover the most gruesome mile markers of the population importation scheme. Stabbings, bombings, and truck attacks are becoming all too common across the continent.

But beyond the headlines, it’s been left to independent contrarians to put the underlying pieces together, and then present the politically incorrect verdict in obscure corners of social media. These outliers are then insulted, called crackpots, accused of hate speech, and too frequently find that their social media accounts have been sent down the memory hole without warning.

But what if someday in the near future, one of these countries being overrun by refugees and immigrants who won’t assimilate, what if the native-born ethnic population puts its foot down and says no more? What if they see one too many arsons or rapes or trash piles on the street, and as a group say no to the politicians who have sold out their borders and culture?

On that day people in England or Sweden or Germany, who have been disarmed by the nanny state, create weapons with 3D printers and take the fight to people who came not to work or even adopt a “when in Rome” attitude, but simply moved in to take advantage of the kitchen sinks, the paved roads, and free medical treatment.

Yes, the idea of Europeans using knives printed in their national colors to reclaim streets and parks clogged by praying Muslims might be a bit too fanciful—sounding almost like a modern-day Rudyard Kupling screed—but the lawlessness and acid attacks in London alone should be a real wake-up call that the forced Utopia isn’t blooming, and the slow-burn status quo can’t hold indefinitely.

Will young Swedes—whose uncles created one of the fiercest and most influential heavy metal sub-genres of all time, Swedish Death Metal—will they have the courage to assert their Viking heritage by printing out golden broadswords and marching into areas the police have deemed no-go zones?

Will Italian sunbathers, when another boatload of fighting-age African men lands on the beach, put down their camera phones and protect the shores that previous generations knew instinctively to defend?

Will Germans ever shake off their post-World War Two guilt complex of being the world’s scapegoat, and proclaim that they have a right to life in the country that was built over many centuries?

Will Frenchmen, whose famous Parisian streets are now littered with mattresses and filth, will they quietly give in or remember that, Hollywood stereotypes be damned, they too were once great warriors?

The 3D Crusade. Perhaps a bit of folly best suited for a fairy tale or a poem. Or a Netflix movie about Generation Z gamers who discover that they can no longer walk freely in the streets that their great-grandfathers fought to defend. And using tactics learned in military video games, tapping into real-time CCTV feeds while communicating via headsets, the Asperger’s Army stealthily avenges bureaucratic betrayal in what goes down in history as the Memer’s Massacre.

So yes, that’s all probably too much of a stretch. But if you think people whose not-so-distant ancestors took over the whole world, will simply turn the other cheek forever when they have bloodlust baked into their DNA, I don’t think you know much about world history. Whether it’s garden tools or rifles donated by the Swiss, I don’t see how this all resolves itself peacefully.

So we’ll just have to see which of the opposing forces is stronger. Will the cucked-out legal system hold the native populations at bay long enough for Left-wing schools to indoctrinate the children of refugees, so that a snapshot of the future consists of monochrome godless socialists cheering on national soccer teams?

Or will we wake up one day soon to find that a well-coordinated underground of patriots has unleashed a version of pushback as depicted in the John Steinbeck novel “The Moon is Down”?
Because what’s good for Zimbabwe and South Africa surely applies to the homelands of other people too, right?

It’s going to be human nature pitted against the power of soy. Place your bets.

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Video was originally uploaded on May 10, 2018.