Dec 8, 2015

The Religious War of the 21st Century

via The Nationalist Alternative

Many remark that the violence clash between Westerners and Islam is a clash of civilisations, or perhaps a clash of religions.  Their thesis is that Islam is trying to impose itself on us, and we are to defend our religion, or our way of life against this.  This seems to the the position of many mainstream conservatives, and of the anti-Islam patriot groups which have spawned from it.  There is an element of conflict between these cultures, but the bigger conflict may be between the faithful and the apostates.

One one side we have Islamic fundamentalists, who wish a return to the Caliphate, and stricter adherence to Islamic doctrine, which is in line with the Koran, despite what Liberals wish you to believe.  These groups, exemplified by ISIS are pushing for a strong adherence to their religion and a more complete rejection of Western decadence. Boko Haram seeks to drive out Western influence and education.  The clue is in the name, which translates to “Western influence is a sin”.  ISIS seek to impose an Islamic State, a world white caliphate.  The clue is in the name, which beings with “Islamic State”. The Taliban are students of Islamic Law, and seek more accurate fulfilment of Sharia law.  Their war against is, is a war against the unbelievers.  The Jihad prescribed in the Koran, despite what Liberals wish you to believe.  Their fight is to protect, and expand their religion against those who may undermine in.

On the other side you have Western Liberal Democracy, which also adheres to a religion.  That religion is Political Correctness.  When the Paris attacks occurred, indeed, when any Islamist attack happens in the West, the first response is not to target the attackers and remove the threat, but to allay fears over Islam, to denounce the “racists” for perhaps “marginalising” Muslims, to worry about an “Muslim backlash” and in general keep pushing solidarity and multiculturalism.  The attacks in Paris were notable for the lack of any retribution or sense of hatred or desire for defence.  What did the French first go to defend? Themselves? Their people? The first thing that they went to defend, as is the case for any Western nation, is their faith. Bullets and explosions for Islamic terrorism, particularly from the home grown terrorists, those who supposedly form part of the integrated multicultural vibrant tapestry of peoples shatter the illusion of their religion. The religion of Political Correctness which asserts that this multiculturalism will not only work in creating an enlightened, peaceful society free from hatred, violence and tribalism, but that it is necessary for this development to occur and succeed.

So when these events occur. When any event occurs which contradicts their orthodoxy and vindicates our criticism of their faith, they must go into defence. They must show that it isn’t the faith that is flawed, but the unbelievers who have brought this calamity. It is a lack of integration. It is Western Supremacy. It is marginalisation. It is the Muslims who don’t accept Political Correctness. This is where they claim the fault lies, and the solution is to push the religion even harder. Even more denunciation and persecution of the heretics, and a push to make Political Correctness even more encompassing, to arm and empower its priests. All these attempt, the endless social media posts asserting that this has nothing to with Islam, all the vitriol against those who point out the problems of open borders, these are attempts at defending their own belief system, because without these efforts, their belief system would fall apart in the face of contradictory evidence and their moral monopoly and power would be undermined. One may look at these reactions and think they are a matter of a weak people showing their weakness and lack of resolve, and to a degree this is correct. However, we aren’t just seeing abject weakness and cowardice, we are seeing a system of power exert itself, and this system of power in modern Western Liberal Democracies is a theocratic power ruling as per the religion of Political Correctness. This religion is under threat from the growing far right, from neoreactionaries and nationalists (but not the zio-patriots), and also from the activities of Muslims who have a competing religion. Some have argued that ISIS targeted the hipster district of Paris to try and create division, to create a divide between Islam and the infidels. Maybe this is just an argument to try and dissuade people from putting the blame for this attack where it belongs, at Islamists pushing Islam, but maybe there is truth in this, and ISIS are trying to push people away from the competing religion of Political Correctness, and undermine it by showing its ugly truths. Perhaps through these attacks they are pushing forwards Liberalisms underlying flaws and making them plain and clear for all to see, to drive them out of the altar of worship for diversity and universal multiculturalism.

For nationalists, this is neither welcome of undesirable, but the result of a religion which persists to maintain itself, even if it has to martyr its adherents through terror attacks, rapes and other forms of exclusion and tribalistic passive-aggressive tactics, such as Europe’s no go zones. Those who don’t wish to be martyred such as those who might support Le Pen, are beyond the pale, as they are apostates who have rejected not only Political Correctness, but its basic underlying tenets. It is here, at least in Western lands, where the real war lies.

How long this religion can stand against all observations to the contrary is anyone’s guess, but one of the first steps to solving this problem is admitting there is a problem, and the West can’t begin to shake off this false religion, this false cult of diversity until it realises it is in a cult in the first place.

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