EGI Notes

Thursday, July 28, 2016

"One More Incident"

Can't quite see any signs of a "civil war."

After the Bastille Day truck attack, a number of "experts" intoned that France was on the verge of a "civil war" and that "one more incident" would likely trigger a "backlash" leading to "conflict."

Well, the "one more incident" bluff has been called by the brutal murder of an elderly priest in his church.  That's your "one more incident," ye proud sons of France.  Backlash? Conflict?  Civil war? Don't make me laugh.  Unlike the "experts," EGI Notes knows better.  I am hard-pressed to think of any outrage that would stimulate even the most mild of aggressive responses from flabby deracinated European pansies. 

It will always be that mythical "one more incident."  When the native population of France is reduced to two last people - (1) an old man hiding in his basement eating snails and frog legs, and (2) Durocher measuring that old man's cephalic index with calipers - we'll still hear that "all it will take is one more incident..."

It's not only France of course.  What's England's response to Rotherham? Oh, yes, Brexit - while I support Brexit, it was aimed more at Eastern European immigration, not at the "holy NECs" groveled to by the Leucosa Loser Race of Europe.  And then we have Germany. One wonders - is Merkel's popularity still rising?

Some folks scoff at the notion that "all the real men died in Europe's wars, leaving degenerate weaklings behind to reproduce their kind."  We are told that this idea is "impossible" with all sorts of explanations why that is so.  

But then we are at a loss to come up with alternative explanations for the appalling lack of even the most minuscule trace of virility among the native peoples of Europe.  The native population of an entire continent seems composed of actual degenerate weaklings.  Maybe I'll be proven wrong in the days ahead, we'll see.  In the meantime, we'll all be endlessly waiting for that "one more incident."

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