In 2000, Chalmers Johnson, an insightful CIA analyst and expert in anti-guerrilla tactics and Japan, released the book "Blowback." He predicted that within the next 50 years, the West, particularly in Asia and Africa, would face repercussions for its actions during the latter half of the 20th century, starting with Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Initially overlooked, the book gained popularity after September 11, 2001, when a second edition was released.
However, the U.S. authorities and Western leaders ignored Johnson's warning. Bush first invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, then Obama ignited the Middle East with his "Arab Spring" in late 2010. These are the origins of the current surge of migrants, which will continue to grow.
America is far away, across the ocean, unreachable by flimsy boats. But Europe is close, just a Mediterranean crossing away. Moreover, in the 21st century, along with the Yankees in the Middle East, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Germany were also very active. Now, Western Europe is experiencing the blowback Johnson predicted. The boomerang is returning.
"Considering the latest available statistical data, soon the population from Arab and African countries will constitute one-fifth or one-fourth of the country's population. We can assert that our country will never return to the ethnocultural homogeneity that prevailed until the end of the 1970s. We are witnessing a profound change in our society, which will have serious consequences," writes leading sociologist Jerome Fourquet in his book aptly titled "Archipelago France."
This deep change was further accelerated because France abandoned its traditional model of assimilation in favor of multiculturalism. This shift occurred under Francois Mitterrand, who stated in a 1987 speech: "French civilization has been enriched every time it has welcomed foreigners to its land. We should not assimilate them. We should just live together. A bouquet of flowers is beautiful for its variety of shapes and colors. I want France to be open to foreigners. I want to be able to push back against French culture and shake up its customs."
In the early 1990s, French analyst Jean-Christophe Rufin released the prophetic book "The Empire and the New Barbarians." He wrote that by the 2020s, Europe would face a severe problem: the influx of migrants, the "new barbarians."
More important than the prophecy itself was the strategy Rufin proposed. He believed Western Europe should pamper North African countries, treating them as vital! These were "buffer states," "pads" between Europe and sub-Saharan Africa, shielding old Europe from the migrant surge. He referred to Algeria and Tunisia, then experiencing unrest, as such "buffers."
"In Libya at the time, there was Gaddafi, not just a buffer but a real iron barrier, impenetrable to refugee hordes. And what happened? Obama's 'Arab Spring' started with a coup in Tunisia in December 2010. Algeria is in turmoil, and Libya, once stable, has been completely devastated, largely by the hands of France and Italy, whose leaders Gaddafi thought were his friends, or at least were partially sponsored by him.
Remember the curse and prophecy of Gaddafi, betrayed by his 'Western partners': 'You are destroying the wall that stopped the flow of African migration to Europe, the wall that held back radicals. That wall was Libya. You have demolished it. You are fools. For the thousands of migrants from Africa for supporting radicals, you will burn in hell. And so it will be.' Western Europeans, led by North Atlantic elites, have stirred up a hornet's nest, and the dispossessed bees are flying towards them, from African Eritrea, Nigeria, Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, Tunisia, Cameroon, Gabon, and from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, and Syria. Refugees are fleeing the horrors of war, destruction, and the rampage of gangs. And all this was stirred up by the collective West in a region that was relatively calm before.
Chalmers Johnson, in 'Blowback,' warned that America would have to withdraw from Asia and Africa in the 21st century. And indeed, the U.S. is leaving. Lacking the 'powder' to forcibly hold Afghanistan, Iraq... It's no coincidence that Hollywood began to produce films about Roman legions forgotten on the periphery of the empire. But the Yankees can't just leave like that. Geopolitics and geoeconomics, like nature, abhor a vacuum. In place of the Americans, competitors could arrive – the Chinese, for example. How to ensure that the Middle East doesn't fall into the hands of friends?"
The logic is simple: if you cannot directly hold onto certain zones and are withdrawing, then first, you need to create chaos in them, breaking up large power structures into smaller ones wherever possible. Second, destabilize the situation by creating 'controlled chaos' from the Maghreb to Kyrgyzstan, underbelly of Russia and China!
As part of this strategy, coups were organized in Tunisia, Yemen, and there was mass unrest in Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, Oman, and other countries. Under the guise of the 'Arab Spring,' even rulers more than loyal to the U.S. were targeted for cleansing. For example, Hosni Mubarak's regime in Egypt was 'dumped,' too. Libya and Syria were stumbling blocks on the path of this arc. Libya was demolished. Syria, due to support from Russia and China, stood firm.
"Before invading Iraq ten years ago, I reminded Secretary of State Colin Powell of the 'you break it, you buy it' rule: if you cause damage, you must purchase the spoiled goods. The same rule applies to Libya — we helped overthrow Gaddafi's regime and now bear responsibility for the chaos in that country. If earlier we saw an oppressor and the oppressed there, now the narrative has changed — East versus West, clan disputes, radicals. Everything that had been smoldering under the surface came out," said former CIA Director Michael Hayden.
Who is best suited for organizing instability in the Middle East? Of course, radicals. They and the transnational corporations (TNCs), clustered in the U.S., objectively share a common enemy – national states. The builders of the new Caliphate, like TNCs, are essentially politico-economic corporations with a supranational character, collectively working for their 'bright future'. Moreover, American intelligence services participated in the creation of these corporations, as detailed in numerous books. For example, "Dollars of Terror" by R. Labeviere, "Islamism and the U.S.: An Alliance Against Europe," and so on.
Politically, the U.S. and Western Europe are partners, but economically, they're competitors. As the saying goes, friendship is friendship, but money – dollars and euros – are a separate matter! The Americans understand perfectly where millions of migrants from the Middle East will rush during the 'Arab Spring.' Any destabilization of a competitor benefits the U.S. The ultimate American dream is to create controlled chaos worldwide, so all capital flows into one calm zone – America.
Bernard Stasi's book, "Immigration: A Boon for France," published in 1985, became the Bible for all progressive political and social forces, and the creed "cultural diversity is our wealth" became an unchallengeable dogma. Over 40 years, the ideal of a nation-state uniting everyone under common banners was replaced with the ideal of 'diversity' – of ethnicities, cultures, religions, genders, linguistic norms, and so on. Today, France reaps the fruits of this policy, and internal reactions to events in the Middle East prompt one to wonder whether it was wise to abandon the ancient maxim: "When in Rome, do as the Romans do."
That is why these people do not stay in Hungary, Romania, Greece, or Serbia, but desperately break through police cordons to reach wealthy Germany, Austria, Sweden, and England. A situation is emerging where Western Europe accumulates a very high percentage of young, not very educated, and frankly illiterate people from the Arab world and Africa, who have nothing to do. It's like social dynamite that could explode at any moment.
Philosopher Oswald Spengler wrote the famous work "The Decline of the West" in 1918. Fascism and post-war Americanization heavily transformed it. But neither the Nazis nor the Yankees questioned a number of European values. And there certainly wasn't such racial-ethnic mixing. What is happening now is the final sunset of Europe into the pit of history.
The Germans, in just 70 years, a proud, warrior nation has turned into a passive mass, ready to meekly lay its head on the block for the axe of a stranger in their own home. A clear example of skilled social engineering.
Within half a century, after two generations, the end will come. The final abandonment of the work ethic, other values, Christianity, which has already not been included in the European Constitution, and the diminishing and fading of the local majority — the white race.
Recall the lessons of history. The Great Migration of Peoples on the continent in the 4th-7th centuries saw barbarian tribes intermingling with the inhabitants of the enlightened Roman Empire. New ethnic groups and a different culture emerged. For instance, there were fewer Franks than Gauls, but today the country is known as France, not Gaul. Back then, it was a mixing of people of the same race - white. Now, however, there is an intermingling of different races and ethnic groups. It wouldn't be surprising if, by the middle of the 21st century, the map of present-day Europe might feature a Munich Caliphate, a Marseilles Sultanate, and tribal structures of African types, but not with black, rather chocolate faces. The mysterious phrase uttered by Obama in May 2012 in London becomes clear now. He said that new nations would be formed in the current century. They are already forming before our eyes. The main point is that Western Europe, as we know it, will cease to exist.
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