The numbers flooding Europe are getting bigger, and threaten civil disorder: Europe’s borders fall
The future of Europe in one of the most brilliant, important and prescient novels of the 20th century is Jean Raspail’s The Camp of the Saints:
…Jean Raspail’s brilliant and brutally confronting 1971 satire (or indictment), Camp of the Saints, describing how Europe, frozen with self-loathing, greets an Armada of one million boat people sailing in to help itself to the riches of the West:…
Read an extract at the link.
Raspail, now 89, said two years ago that his warnings were ignored and now it’s too late….
Motherly Love: “he was not a terrorist”
“I just don’t understand it. I feel confused — we still don’t know why the police killed our son….”
Don’t think their son was a terrorist? Don’t know why he was shot?
This mother sounds just like the broodsow from hell, the mother of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, otherwise known as the Boston bomber.