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What’s next? World peace? Or world war?

The collapse of the Soviet Union and the victory of Western liberal democracy over socialism/communism (except in North Korea, Venezuela and Jeremy Corbyn’s head) posed a problem for historians – what would come next? If capitalists and communists were no longer threatening to wipe us all out in their battle for world domination, would the end of the Cold War lead to an era of peace or just new and different wars?

An era of peace?

The End of History and the Last Man is a 1992 book by Francis Fukuyama, expanding on his 1989 essay “The End of History?”, published in the international affairs journal The National Interest. In the book, Fukuyama argues that the advent of Western liberal democracy may signal the endpoint of humanity’s sociocultural evolution and be the final form of human government.

Of course, Fukuyama recognised that there would always be dictatorships and smaller wars over territory or water or other resources. But he proposed that as ever more countries adopted Western liberal democracy, the threat of major wars between nations would decline as mature Western-style democracies didn’t go to war with each other.

Rushing into the next war?

Various Western commentators have described the thesis of The End of History as flawed because it does not sufficiently take into account the power of ethnic loyalties and religious fundamentalism as a counter-force to the spread of liberal democracy.

Perhaps the most significant alternative view was put forward by Samuel P. Huntington in a 1993 essay,”The Clash of Civilisations”, in direct response to The End of History; he then expanded the essay into a 1996 book, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order. In the essay and book, Huntington argued that the temporary conflict between political ideologies (communism vs capitalism) is being replaced by the ancient conflict between civilizations.

Huntingdon identified 9 main civilisations:

(here’s a link to the page where the map is more legible https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clash_of_Civilizations#/media/File:Clash_of_Civilizations_mapn2.png )

Then came the question – which clash of civilisations would lead to the next war? Huntington especially singled out Eezlum (green on the map), which he described as having “bloody borders”.

World War III?

Now, about 25 years on from Fukuyama’s book, we can see that Huntington was right and Fukuyama was wrong. The rise of radical, West-hating Eeezlum in the Middle East, North Africa and some Asian countries now points to a massive world-wide conflict between a modernising, often democratic Western-style free-market capitalism and a resurgent, backwards, oppressive, supremacist, violent, intolerant version of Eezlum.

With Moozerlumic extremists at war with Hindus in India, Buddhists in Thailand and Myanmar, Jews in the Middle East, Christians in the Philippines, Egypt and across Africa and against the West in general, we already have plenty of examples of Eezlum’s “bloody borders”.

So what?

OK you may think, we knew that. So what’s new? What’s new is that ordinary people see one thing, but our rulers see something quite different

Ordinary people – Many ordinary people are beginning to understand that we are heading to a violent clash of civilisations between radical Eezlum and many other groups, particularly the democratic West – that Huntington was right. Therefore it is complete madness and suicidal for the West to import millions of people who hate us, hate our countries, hate our values, hate our democracy and want to subjugate us.

Our rulers – However, our rulers are behaving as if Fukuyama was right. We’ve had a series of wars where our rulers have tried to impose democracy on countries that want nothing to do with democracy and now we’re allowing ourselves to be invaded by millions whose sole aim in life is to overwhelm us, outbreed us, murder us and destroy us.

You could almost split people nowadays into two main groups:

  • those of us who have realised we are living in Huntington’s world
  • lefties, libtards, holier-than-thou, well-guarded celebs, our rulers and the sycophantic mainstream media who have deluded themselves into believing or who are just lying out of self-interest as they claim that we are living in Fukuyama’s world.

I suspect most of my tight-fisted readers would be in the first group, but that the ruling elites are all in the second group.

This is going to end in blood-soaked catastrophe!

1 comment to What’s next? World peace? Or world war?

  • david brown

    Re your post on the case of Kevin Crehan blog for 28/July 2017.When you first featured this case seven months ago I post a comment about the inquest and cause of death being set many months later.This even then seemed suspicious as if this was a delay tactic because the state had something to hide. If it was death from natural causes there would be no reason to take so long.
    Back in the 1980s working in magazine publishing I had briefly encountered a lithographic printer called Jimmy Goodyear.He was later imprisoned for his role in printing forged twenty pound notes.In return for turning Queens Evidence against the Irish gang he got a reduced sentence.He had his release date coming up, a house and an attractive women waiting for him.When he hung himself in prison. The people who knew him said it was out of character and grassing up members of the IRA was not a smart move.
    Its harder for people to commit suicide in Prison than outside. Slitting of wrists and hanging being much more common.Two methods which might not be self inflicted .Prison suicides are at an all time high. Its been in the press that Muslim gangs have control of many prisons. One way gangs enforce power is by extreme violence. Murder that the prison authorities can put down as suicide would be effective. How many inmates listed as suicides are in fact being murdered ?

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