sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Sunday Sermonette


Guzzle your French vintages now, because in a a generation they could be no more. Bloggers like Jules will have to tent themselves if they want to cross the Channel to visit - but why visit if there is no wine? 

The Anglican leadership (LSP's bosses) at Lambeth Palace will have to get their sacramental wine from California instead of Bordeaux. Of course, by then the politically correct UK may be part of caliphate too. Pubs will be turned into prayer rooms and Christian churches will be turned into mosques. The call of the muezzin (which one can hear in London now) will be blasted from John-o-Groats to Land's End in triumph. The Archbishop will be replaced by a Grand Mufti.

(Washington Times)
Within 40 years, given current demographic trends, the white population in France and the rest of old Europe will recede, creating a Muslim majority, a French researcher says. 
Charles Gave, an economist, fund manager and political commentator, published his conclusions this month on the webpage of his think tank, Institute des Libertes. He writes of the “disappearance of the European populations” as native populations shrink and Muslims continue to exhibit a robust fertility rate. 
Mr. Gave, president of Gavekal Research, acknowledges that his decidedly unpolitically correct view may bring him scorn and possibly censorship. The political left generally protects Islam from criticism. In the U.S., President Obama consistently defended Islam and mocked Christians for their criticism.
California and its robust wine industry has been cheering on the Muslim occupation of Europe and now we may know why. It makes more sense when you look at it from this perspective, doesn't it? 

Yes, the California wine industry may have something to cheer about with all of Europe under Muslim occupation. People will be toasting and saying "Aloha Snackbar" from Napa to Sonoma counties.

Continuing with the Washington Times article.
Abortions in France have surged in recent decades. Government statistics show that 204,000 abortions were performed in 2015 compared with 760,421 live births. 
“Bluntly put, Europeans are not making babies anymore,” he said. “And this has nothing whatsoever to do with Islam; this ‘malady’ is entirely self-inflicted.” 
Across Europe, there are signs of the coming Muslim majority. Muslims make up nearly 50 percent of primary school children in the Belgian port city of Antwerp. A quarter of Brussels’ 1 million population is of Muslim origin. The Daily Mail, citing the Office of National Statistics, reported that the most popular boy’s name in Britain in 2015 was Mohammed or its variant spellings.
Or maybe Europe will fight back?

But I'm not holding my breath.

27 comments:

  1. I'm sensibly stocking up my cellar so that I have future bartering material AND quality of life. The minute the Frogs run out of vintage vino we can build a wall in Kent.

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    1. Once the Muslims are in charge, they'll plow the vineyards under and smash all of the bottles. But by then, I suspect that they'll be ruling Old Blighty as well and you'll have to fly to Texas to get an Ice Tea.

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    2. THAT will never happen. ;P

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    3. Ice Tea is better "fortified," I always think.

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    4. Juliette is NOT a fan of ice tea under any circumstances

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  2. The Muslims could win without firing a shot or killing anyone.
    Do Muslims drink wine? Napa valley should be careful what makes them happy.

    And if the liberals gave their way, the same thing will happen here. Except here they will have to compete with the influx from the South. (Sorry, brain failed me for the correct term.)

    God bless.

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    1. Muslims don't drink alcohol, so I don't think that they'd be attracted to Napa except to slaughter everyone. I'm not saying that wouldn't please them, just that they wouldn't invade for the wine.

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  3. Maybe one of the fat turd's missiles can be hacked. Is Mecca within his range?

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    1. They sell missile tech to Iran, so that might work.

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    1. There has been no threat by Muslims to stem the flow of Beefeaters gin. They fear you, Odie.

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  5. Just the birthrate stats between Europeans and the Muzzies could qualify as a 'Black Swan' event.....

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  6. Mark Steyn saw it all coming and everyone scorned him. They'll think twice when they're being thrown off high buildings by the Sharia Police.

    Still, the Devil, and Islam, tend to blow their cover and there'll come a time when John Lennon songs just don't cut it. It'll get nasty when that point's reached.

    Why the collective western cultural suicide/death wish? That has to change.

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    1. I'm blaming it all on the leftist/socialist/communist infiltration of our wonderful public "education" system.

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    2. So much of it is due to the apathy by the majority, but there is that cunning progressive minority who wishes to tear it all down. Their hearts are corrupt and wicked. Many of them are part of the lying mainstream media elites, many worship darkness and evil. We need to be vigilant and do what we can to stand for virtue and to support the Constitution against ALL enemies, both foreign and domestic. The French and British need to handle their own lands. And the chips fall where they will.

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  7. I have faith in a coming King.
    He will straighten things out.
    We've been told it won't be pretty when He gets here.

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    1. Hillary would have been willing to take the title of Queen of America... along with her dark legions.

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  8. Conflicts are well known to the humans. In the past there are numerous examples and when the premises are the same you can not expect a very different result. The Thirty Years' War took place in Central Europe between 1618 and 1648 and resulted in eight million casualties. The result of the war was a new order where the constituent states of the Holy Roman Empire got increased autonomy. Then came the WW1 and the WW2 and the idea of even a bigger "state" to solve the problem with war become popular among the "elite". But ideas do not always work out the way people had in mind. Something is going on in Spain, Brexit, Poland and countries experience a reaction against the idea of the European Union being the "only solution". The elite also thought immigration was a great idea. But the fiscal and social problems causes some consequences the had no plan for. Authors like Douglas Murray get enough material to write a book titled "The Strange Death of Europe" Guess who the bad guy is. Islam. He back up his arguments and when you look at the history 1400 years ago you will find conflicts. Today there are solid evidence that there something that causes the problems. The Chinese politicians think it is a good idea to ban the Koran. The conflicts in Myanmar, Balkan and all the other places in addition to the terrorism that takes place makes you start thinking what is it with this religion and muslims. It is not a political correct question but as the budgets increases among the different security services and ordinary people experience terrorism where the only common denominator are muslims, people starts to react. Gradually they start to change the politicians, people want more control over their own security. And all this of courses pisses of the muslims and they get just another reason added to kill infidels. I guess the pendulum has started to swing back. But it will still be time to buy wine like from Bordeaux and keep them stored for some 30 years+ Italy finally got fed up and sent one man to Libya and a few days later the migration almost stopped. The sad story is that when the grapes are lost you will experience problems with producing good wine. The French people might need that experience before they too starts to react.

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    1. Historically, surrender to Islam never worked out well. The Germans are in even worse shape than the French.

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  9. I'm a New World wine kind of guy myself (Sonoma Zinfandels - though an exception is made for Dickerson Vineyard as vinted by Ravenswood; Oregon Pinots; Marlborough Sauvignon Blancs -- among others), and I'm not wild about the French, but still I don't look forward to the de-Frank-ification of France.

    Apropos of nothing, today is the 93rd birthday of the worst president of modern times -- until 2008 came along, that is. I'd say "Many happy returns" to the feckless, sanctimonious, weak and hypocritical Jimmy Peanut, but I'm not a hypocrite myself. Guess I have no future in politics, much less in Imperial Washington. Which is a disappointment I suppose I can live with.

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    1. If the swamp could be drained, a heartfelt contribution to governance would be in the cards for many of us. But as is - no.

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  10. Hog wash, West Coast wines will suffice if ever French wines are not available. Pass the sweet tea, please.
    The minute the Muslims try to throw a gay off the Transamerica Pyramid they will be rebuffed by all those dildos floating around the bay.

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  11. Since I don't care for wine, I don't care...LOL

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    1. You may be off the Mohammedan hit list, then. BUT with the upcoming CALEXIT book, you could be on California's.

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  12. re: France abortions. It's not accurate when the Washington Times says"Europeans are not making babies anymore." They are making them just like always but they are killing them before they are born.

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