05 June 2007

A Collapsing Europe? Things You are not Supposed to be Told

On June 10-11, Pepperdine University in Malibu will host a two day conference on "The Collapse of Europe?" Boasting participants such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Ibn Warraq, Claire Berlinsky, Phyllis Chesler, Wafa Sultan, and many more, the conference looks into the dark corners of European decline, and what may be coming next for the rest of the world.

Many people lack an understanding of exponential demographic growth among sub-populations in a multicultural society, and what that can portend for the indigenous, hosting society--even if the hosting society is more advanced than the rapidly growing subculture.

Postmodern analysis is incapable of taking an honest look at the most salient population trends in the developed world, out of incompetent methodology and a general disinclination to look at concepts that contradict the underlying principles of postmodernist multiculturalism. Given the postmodern ideological training of most journalists, it is not surprising that they cannot bring themselves to address the demographic decline of their own culture.

Which is why such conferences as this are necessary.

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Blogger Yankee Doodle said...

A most appropriate message you have here for the 63rd anniversary of D-Day.

Wednesday, 06 June, 2007  
Blogger al fin said...

Yes indeed. The next time Europe gets herself into such a big mess, Americans may choose not to intervene.

Wednesday, 06 June, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To be fair, I believe that past US governments have actively supported the EU and multiculturalism in Europe, which are the primary sources of the problem. Fear of another war and another Holocaust has led, at least in part, to the Islamification of Europe; which will probably soon lead to another war in Europe and possibly another Holocaust against either native Europeans or Muslims. If the Islamic radicals win, it will also hand dozens of nuclear-armed ICBMs to them, which Americans might consider a bit of a problem.

Certainly multiculturalism itself seems to be an outgrowth of globalisation, non-discrimination and political correctness, which I believe are largely American inventions. I think most white European Christians would have been quite happy to continue living in white European Christian countries if they'd had the choice, and then this would never have occurred.

Wednesday, 06 June, 2007  

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