I worry myself into fits over the state in which we will land after the conflict between our own and the Left and their Muslim proxies. The war that is certain to come will be likely as bad or worse than any other war in history, not some clinical attack on the enemy, not some surgical strike on the bad guys; but it will not be a bad thing per se, not bad because it is war in itself; the problem with the coming war we will be parts of is that we might well find our victory to by Pyrrhic at best, we being monsters for winning it, we being the ones who annihilate the Islamic world, who turn the Middle East into a sand diorama, who wipe out the threat of the primitives without concern for who is guilty and who is not. We might well win the coming conflict in a matter of hours, and we might then be so sickened by our victory that we will not care to live with ourselves thereafter. And worse: we might win our struggle against Reaction only by turning to the worst of Human possibilities, by turning into hate-filled, evil people who like killing and who demand more, more, more, till Stalin would puke at the tally. We might win the war against Reaction by hiring a thug to clean up Dodge, only to find we can't get rid of him; and maybe we won't want to because he brings such perfect order to the confusion of life that it might be better to let him kill more and more till we reach the state of perfection he promises.
We in the Modern West find ourselves in a state of shock and sometimes anger when it's pointed out that we are revolutionaries. We do not see ourselves, and we cannot think of ourselves, as wild-eyed bomb-throwers and cold-eyed assassins. Nor should we. But nevertheless, we are revolutionaries: we are the revolutionary children of the great triune revolution of America, France, and Industry. We are the revolutionists of Modernity. The so-called "progressive Left" is the only significant force of Reaction in our world today. Our own are the enemy. We are revolutionaries, and the vast population of the world is not and has never been so and does not wish to be so. We are, and we will push the boundaries of our revolutions to encompass the whole of mankind or we will whither and die in dhimmitude and neo-fuedalism. More likely, we will turn on our own, killing our own family members in a desperate attempt to survive the coming madness brought on by our revolt against the Left's fascism and by our own apathy and current cowardice. We are few, we are new, and we are so much more powerful that we might exterminate the majority of people with the touch of a dial, the press of a keyboard. And we might well lose our revolutionary gains by doing so. Thus, as revolutionaries we should look to our predecessor to examine their flaws and their successes so we know in advance how to conduct ourselves in times of violent conflict. We are revolutionaries, and few outside the West like us. In fact, half of our own think they hate us too. it's up to us to carry on our revolutions and succeed at the greatest benefit to all with the least suffering possible. To do so we must know in advance our missions and our paths to success. One of my favorite revolutionaries, Jean-Paul Marat, said that if the French had killed 10,00 in the beginning it would have spared the lives of a hundred thousand later. We must think in those terms if we are to prevent worse tragedies than those we think today are intolerable. We have to prepare now to seize power when the states of Europe collapse into civil war; and we must prepare ourselves for further revolution rather than a lapse into fascism from our own ranks. Too many revolutionaries are not serious, and they are defeated by those who are: see the Girondists, see Kerensky, see Sun Yat Sen. We cannot allow our failure. As bad as failure is victory by evil. Sane revolutionaries must plan now for victory in the future to prevent our victory from being our worse possible defeat. We are revolutionaries, and we must address that clearly and know why we are so. When we know why we must fight we will understand that we should for the betterment of all. We are the revolutionaries of clean drinking water. We are the revolutionaries of flush toilets. We are the revolutionaries of mediocrity. If we become more than that we might well be the worst thing to have happened to Humanity in 5,000 years.
What revolutionary activities do we propose the average middle class person in the Modern West pursue? We argue at least weekly that we can and must meet in public, in libraries, to speak out loud about the Left's fascist dhimmitude and the use of Muslim proxies to install a regime of neo-fuedalism upon us. Yes, speaking out against the p.c. orthodoxy is revolutionary, even dangerous at this time. Reichman does it in France, and he too suffers for it. We here in Vancouver do so, and we do not suffer for it, though our friend "Downtown Eastside Enquirer" is on the firing line, subject to threats and possible violence. We suffer from attempts at intimidation by union fascists. Any number of things are possible. But what is probable is that if we do nothing now, we will be able to do nothing later when we will be the voices of Reason in a time of chaos and violent hatreds and civil war. We must take some chances and run some risks now for our favored positions later when we are going to be sorely needed. We have to be real revolutionaries. It means mostly nothing more than meeting those among us who will in the times to come join us to organise sanity among the hysterical. Plan for it. You, sane and decent people, must plan now to prevent seizure of power by a maniac in times of conflict to come. I've seen the bad guys win civil wars. I don't want to see it again, nor do you.
Our war will be a good thing if we conduct it rightly. We are given a rare chance in history to be great in our doings. We can fight for Human freedom and Modernity to set free those who will otherwise live in desperate poverty and ignorance forever, knowing nothing else but misery and suffering and violence if we do not win our struggles. We can wage war to bring the chance of mediocrity to all. Our greatness lies in our Modernity's calmness and boring living. People can just live their lives. If we lose, we will not have the chance to live our own lives; but if we win by evil we will lose our chance to do our good things. So do as Claude Reichman does, and meet your neighbours to chat and think ahead to the time when your calm reasonableness will be the difference between the charges of a screaming mob of terrorist demanding heads and a collection of men and women who are organising clean water for those who otherwise will swill sewage. Meet you neighbours at the library. It's a revolutionary act, but you can do it. You'll like yourself much better for doing so.