There are two basic models which are used to explain events in the complex and often violent events which shape human history. The geopolitical and the ideological. The two camps differ in the following way. The geopolitical view says that certain factors present certain problems to a population which will react in predictable ways because of the inevitable consequences of the existence of certain geographical factors.
Examples might be that mountains make it difficult and expensive to move goods or grow food and so they tend to be poor and conservative. Rivers make for good borders, Island people tend to build navies and create empires (Japan and England) etc.and coastal people tend to be wealthy from trade and more liberal from interactions with non-locals and an easy life. Interested parties might want to read the originator of this line of thinking, a Prussian general named Von Clausewitz.
The ideological camp says that geographical factors can temporarily be overridden by a strong ideology which will make a population act beyond or out of character with the usual geopolitical considerations. So communism, Nazism, islam etc. may cause a group to go beyond what they would normally do to deal with the basic geography of their region.
It may help to think of what we see as a combination of both where islam is driving populations to act in the perceived interest of that population, Islamic conquest, coupled with the real geopolitical aspects, such as the need for more leg room, trying to escape the actual consequences of Islamic thought, namely the destruction of the local environment and a very poor standard of living for pretty much everyone. (occasional vast oil wealth not withstanding)
The conquest of Europe is being achieved by both ideological concerns, the strong ideology of islam aided by the self weakening ideology of political correctness and cultural and moral inversion on our side, which make the benefactor the villain and the invader the victim etc. as well as geopolitical factors like cheap transportation for poor populations who see an opportunity for pillage in Europe. (a large percentage live on welfare intentionally which is tantamount to pillage as well as additional factors of invader behaviour such as theft, violent crimes, rape etc)
Many people who refuse to see islam as an ideological component will view this as a purely geopolitical problem. Clearly it is not. This population is acting in exactly the same way as previous islamic invasions with subtle variations due to the fact that this time, we are assisting them in their ambitions, even to supplying transportation, food, lodgings and even throwing our own people out of their homes to house the invasion forces.
The UK is very familiar with this where military veterans and the working poor are often unable to find shelter while illegal muslim recent arrivals often get nice homes courtesy of local governments. Germany is just beginning to apply these same measures now.
The videos below may offer some insight as to who is responsible and how this is being done.
The why of it is another matter. But before we can even ask that question. people need to accept the facts on the ground. What is taking place, and what does it mean. While comments on news posts and videos and calls to talk radio would indicate that more and more people are starting to get a grip on reality, leadership would not indicate this outside of a very few countries like Hungary and the Czech republic.
Certainly however the time for each and every one of us to recalculate the cost benefit of examining reality and speaking plainly about it is here and needs to be done perhaps even on a daily basis given the rapid pace of change and the increased threat level to Western civilization and even Greek thought and reason itself, rapidly being made illegal by the political left and celebrated for its renewed ability to oppress thought and even facts it does not like.
Eeyore for VladTepesBlog