Civil War in Sweden?
by Baron Bodissey
A note from Radarsite: For many Americans the concept of actual civil war breaking out in Europe may seem a bit far fetched. Yes, we admit, they are having some difficulties with their immigrant Muslim populations. And, yes, these Muslim immigrants have so far seemingly resisted the idea of assimilation into their European host countries, and have brought with them their backward and barbaric Shari'a laws -- but, civil war? Surely things haven't progressed that far, have they?
I fear that we have heard these same hollow voices expressing these same hollow doubts before. In 1938, throughout Europe and Britain, and here in the USA, one could hear thousands of these same voices, expressing this same incredulousness. After the unspeakable horrors and incalculable losses of that Great War, how could rational and sane people even think of contemplating another bloodbath? The very idea was insane. Surely things haven't progressed that far, have they? They asked each other and shook their heads in disbelief.
Look closely, my friends, and understand. Inexorably, all of the necessary elements are coming together. From across the seas we can only watch helplessly as these fateful events unfold, one upon the other. The racial riots in the Parisian suburbs, the violent and unchecked rampaging of "Asian" gangs throughout almost all of the major European capitols, the soaring crime rates, the increasing loss of cultural identity, the seething frustration and the bitterness of those beleaguered indigenous peoples, the Swedes, the Danes, the French and the Brits. These hapless victims of their own Socialist multicultural governments, these occupied nations.
Have things really progressed that far?
Unfortunately, to this particular observer it appears increasingly imminent that the traditional nations of Europe will be forced to choose between two equally unpleasant options: the national humiliation of inundation and subjugation, or the horrors of civil war?
Is there a third option?