European Prediction: One Week From Tonight

One week from tonight is Carnival, traditionally a time of revelry, particularly in Catholic regions, before the austerity of Lent, which begins the next day.

It will be the first traditional night day/night of public revelry since New Year’s Eve, known as Silvester in Germany, although there will probably also be much public activity this coming weekend. The information about the scale of what really took place in Köln and other European cities on New Year’s Eve has been deliberately hidden, censored (HoGeSa’s website has vanished, while Cuckersperg cooperates with Merkel), or downplayed by our elites. But the truth eventually comes out.

European governments have been using their police forces to side with Moslem invaders against their own native populations in every Western European country, every time. Yet it is axiomatic that the individual members of the security forces are sympathetic to their compatriots.


– Next Tuesday there will be organized Islamic violence against native European women, particularly in Germany. All hell is going to break loose (although those of us not on scene may not know it due to media collusion with Islam);
– At least in some areas, organized European men will fight to protect native women from rape by invaders;
– The security forces will then have to make a choice which side to take: for or against their own countrymen, wives, girlfriends, sisters, mothers, and daughters. Where extremes are closest (think of an omega), there is no middle ground.

I imagine– dare I say hope?– that in at least some cases, the security forces will side with their civilian brothers.



3 thoughts on “European Prediction: One Week From Tonight

  1. I’m predicting a quiet night with maximum security presence. The German government will have thought ahead and won’t want a scene. There will be violence in the future, but I doubt at Carnival.


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