Even Staring Ruin in the Face, The Alt Lite Cannot Escape Its Conditioning

Diversity Macht Frei
October 16, 2017

In a previous post, I mentioned the book Partition by mainstream journalist Alexandre Mendel.

RT has done an interview with him about the book.

RT:  What should be done to integrate people into society? Is it only a Muslim thing, or other groups, as well?

AM: In my book, I say that there is no solution, because it is too late; there won’t be any solution. You can’t send them back to their country – they are French – the French cannot send them back. What France will become in the next 10 or 20 years will be a kind of new Lebanon in some places in France.

For example, take some suburbs in Paris: they will have their own set of rules, they will have their own laws, their own principals, maybe even their own police. It is already the case. The fact that in France right now in many places France has no control in these areas. We accepted it already and we won’t fight back to get these suburbs back to France. It is already done – we already lost the war against them.

So the rich people in France will be in the fancy neighborhoods of Paris, far from the problems, and then the poor people will have to deal with Islamism on a daily base. This is the way we accepted that already.

Here we have someone aware of the apocalyptic future that awaits France. Yet still he cannot free himself from the mindset that has conjured this future into being.

RT:  Why did integration failed in France, do you think?

AM: Integration has failed in France, but not only France – in many other countries, because we buried our republican principal to actually mimic what exists in Great Britain, in Canada, or in the US; accept that you could be French, get French citizenship without even speaking French, without even going to the Republican French School, get French citizenship, without living like the French. France is not a new country of immigration – it has a very long story of immigration. People in the 1920s came to France from all over Europe – from Poland, from Russia, from Armenia, Italy, and there was no problem to integrate them, not problem at all…

So his diagnosis of the problem is that integration failed because not because of race, religion or even the scale of the colonisation France has experienced; it failed because politicians picked the wrong policy options.

The real explanation stares him in the face in his final sentence. Previous integration worked because the immigrants were of the same race. Their genetic similarity meant that they would be absorbed into the existing population and quickly lose any sense of distinctiveness.

But acknowledging that would transgress his moral boundaries so he harps on about “Republican principles”.

And this is a common phenomenon. Quite a few people, even on the margins of public life, can see the Islamo-horror future that awaits Europe. In Britain alone, you can think of Douglas Murray, Tommy Robinson and Anne-Marie Waters (founder of the new For Britain party), for example. Yet these people, even when they see the end of their civilisation in prospect, cannot escape their conditioning. “Racism is wrong,” they solemnly intone, hoping for a pat on the head from the ruling class. The fact that none is ever forthcoming doesn’t deter them in the least.

They cannot bring themselves to admit that the racists were right. Those they have been conditioned to see as despised, thick-headed troglodytes predicted that the mass immigration of brown-skinned people would bring ruin to their countries. And they were absolutely right. But even as they see the first tendrils of incipient ruin begin to creep around them, the Civic Nationalists/Alt Lite/Counterjewhad crowd cannot break the spell and acknowledge the truth: THE RACISTS WERE RIGHT.

Here is what Europe has just gone through.

Rather than admit this and try to backtrack, the Alt Lite thinks there is some magical third way.

Racism is a safe option for any country. Anti-racism is a perilous path with ruin lurking around every corner if you take a wrong turn or just get unlucky.