Le Coup du Marteau et L’Aube Rouge

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the Saxon began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy — willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the Saxon began to hate.

Their voices were even and low.
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd.
It was not taught by the state.
No man spoke it aloud
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not suddenly bred.
It will not swiftly abate.
Through the chilled years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the Saxon began to hate.

-Rudyard Kipling, “The Wrath of the Awakened Saxon”

I can’t wait for the trial.

You know the one I’m talking about, don’t you?

I suppose not. Let me clarify. Sooner or later (I am guessing this year, but perhaps next), there is going to be a dramatic act of violence against one of the Muslim communities in a major European country. The perpetrator will be caught, and the elites will do their damnedest to turn the trial into a grand spectacle. Can’t make an example out of some racistxenophobicrightwingbigot if no one is paying attention, after all.

A year ago at this time, I seem to recall predicting that it would be either France or Italy that will see the first stirrings of a native revolt against Muslim immigrants. Having considered this position further, I would have to refine my position to be either France or Germany (though Sweden cannot be ignored and might also be ground zero for a nativist backlash). Italy may be the birthplace of fascism, but it’s not being pushed to quite the same degree as other places.

Britain is an interesting case. They’ve always been the most independent-minded of the Europeans (a not unpredictable result of having been cooped up on that island for so long and having the Channel to isolate you from all the squabbling of the neighbors). They’re certainly one of the more likely candidates to say au revoir to the EU, but one gets the sense that they’re not nearly at risk of getting a national hard-on for “removing kebab” as certain other countries.

Anyway, the trial. It’s going to be quite a spectacle. More fuel to the fire, really.

Someone really wants it to happen. Someone needs it to happen.

Let’s get crazy.

Who benefits from the boiling turmoil of ethnic conflict in Europe?

Turmoil in Europe shifts public opinion rightward (as ethnic conflicts are wont to do). A rightward shift in the population does the opposite of benefiting the elite, unless, of course, they are trying to quash such sentiments by crushing them in a dramatic show of force. This could be incentive for them to provoke a nationalist backlash.

I don’t think this is very likely though. It’s a stupid plan, and completely deviates from their usual approach of manipulating the media narrative to serve their own ends. Besides, you would think they would have learned from the Zimmerman and Wilson shenanigans in the states that the unintended consequences are just as powerful (if not more so) than the intended ones.

Unless of course, they wanted to use such a trial to inflame tensions (for whatever reason) and not inflame tensions in order to provoke actions for which they could try someone.

What if the elites are hoping to spark ethnic conflict in order to clear their countries out completely?

You see how complicated this sort of theorizing gets. You also see how most hypotheses that can be generated verge dangerously close to looney-bin territory. And yet, it is exceedingly difficult to know what level of crazy is “too crazy” and the possibility of there being an undiscovered diamond in the rough hangs always over your head.

Right-wing parties like Le Front Nationale benefit from attacks like this, but it’s a stretch to say that they are behind these attacks. They have neither the resources nor the connections to pull this off. To wonder if they are behind it is bad conspiracy thinking.

Putin benefits, as right-wing European political parties stand to gain from a backlash against Muslims, and right-wing political parties are those that are most willing to work with him and help him forge stronger ties with European countries. It helps him solidify control, and I am sure he is well aware of that.

Still, Islamic jihadis aren’t exactly Russia’s go-to tools when subversion is the card they choose to play. They may benefit from occurrences like this, but it would be a hard case to make that they’re the ones instigating them (especially given the complete lack of evidence pointing toward them in any way).

Mitchell has pointed out that it is a possibility that American and/or French intelligence services may be behind this attack. Do I think this is the case? Yes. No. Maybe. As Mitchell puts it: “Mu”. I neither believe nor disbelieve. Belief is a hindrance when trying to suss out this sort of thing.

If Mitchell is correct that the US has been experimenting with using Islamic extremists to further its own ends, though, then we have further reason to cast a wary eye towards the US.

Hell, it’s even worth mentioning the Jews, because A) No good conspiracy theory is complete without them and B) There is literally nothing that I would put past the Mossad. Those guys are like the Lex Luthor of the intelligence world. You would have to go to some pretty insane lengths to be certain that you’re overestimating them.

(Side note: I guess that makes the CIA the Joker.)

I’ll even bring up that had this event not happened, the news cycle would have turned its soulless eyes and insatiable gullet towards the British royal family and payed a bit more attention to the allegations that Prince Andrew had used a sex slave that had been loaned to him by a guy who had 20 different phone numbers for Bill Clinton. If you want a conspiracy theory, this is the node where you should begin. There are so many rabbit holes to investigate that just trying to count them is chilling.

Finally, it bears repeating that the Charlie Hebdo shootings might just have been a random act of violence by two young men who were descended from aggressive, clannish populations and who believed in a religion that can very easily be interpreted to condone all sorts of horrific violence on unbelievers.

Oh, okay, one more theory just for fun. This attack was incited/encouraged/provoked in order to assess which individuals would act most strongly and vehemently against Muslims. As these people are the most likely to be the flies in the ointment in any sort of progressive utopia, any budding bringer of said utopia would be wise to identify them in order to deal with them later as needed.

See how this could be dangerous for people like us?

What if Neoreaction is being used as a honeypot to lure in the people most likely to be troublemakers in a hyper-progressive society?




9 thoughts on “Le Coup du Marteau et L’Aube Rouge

  1. Aeoli Pera 01/12/2015 / 1:18 PM

    Let’s rule out some possibilities. Opinions follow!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qblm57WWMbU This video rules out young hotheads.

    Frankly, I think we can assume some kinda hijinks on the grounds that the attackers were white (you can see this behind the balaclavas) and speaking perfect French.

    Although Mossad was my first guess on cui bono grounds (Mohammedans fight the proto-Nazis), we can rule them out on the grounds that they would need to 1) control the French media, and 2) control the eyewitness narrative according to the coroners, the SWAT guys, etc. The actual media deception has involved whitewashing the Muslim attackers and surrounding community.

    French intelligence I know nothing about. Maybe they’d do this to shift the election to the right. Most likely, in my ignorant estimation.

    American intelligence seems to be content to target their false flags on American opinions only, and they don’t like to actually kill anybody. Boston bombing, flight down over Ukraine, that sort of thing.

  2. realgaryseven 01/12/2015 / 4:00 PM

    I have had some of the same thoughts over the past few days. In my opinion, the entrenched Left will take every advantage of this opportunity to grab more power and use it against the Right. The one thing that has made Nrx possible is the Internet, which is precisely what the Left is preparing to target. See the Joint Statement of Interior Ministers: http://reactionarythought.wordpress.com/2015/01/12/interior-ministers/

  3. pumpsix 01/13/2015 / 11:46 AM

    I wouldn’t worry too much about NRx being a ‘honeypot’ to lure out Right-wing individuals. NRx is the relegitimisation of Right-wing thought. The larger the group the more legitimate it becomes.

    It’s basically Right-wing Progism – a meme that knows itself to be a meme.

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