The vibrant conundrum

A Cincinnati man violates the Derbyshire Principle and pays the price:

Pat Mahaney was walking home Saturday with a six-pack of beer, looking forward to a quiet evening watching sports, when something hit him in the back of the head.

“The next thing I knew I woke up on my neighbor’s front step and the life squad was there,” the 45-year-old North College Hill resident said Wednesday.

Six teenagers “were just bored and were looking for something to do,” a police report said, when they ambushed Mahaney as he turned off Simpson Avenue onto Dallas Avenue. He was immediately knocked unconscious.

The report says “The first five arrestees were: twin brothers Tyree and Terrell Mizzell, Lamont Champion and Daquan Cain, all 13-year-olds; and Michael E. James, 14.” Remarkably, it is even noted deep within the text that “the suspects are black”.

The problem is that there is simply no easy and politically acceptable solution to the challenge presented by these bored young savages. They are still not civilized after more than 150 years of full immersion in quasi-European civilization and the historical pattern suggests they cannot be for at least another six to eight centuries. It increasingly appears they never will be, given the demographic and economics patterns that indicate European civilization in the Americas is much more likely to collapse than survive in its present form. Partition and segregation is probably the optimal post-collapse outcome at this point.

In the USA, and to a lesser extent in England, European civilization has been noticeably degraded in the last thirty years by African culture. This process can only continue, given the birth demograpics, and a melange of African, Hispanic, and European culture is the most probable outcome if the expected collapse does not occur. Such melanges can be positive, after all, the mix of Celtic, Saxon, Danish, and Norman cultures produced America in its original form. But something on the order of Brazil is probably a best case scenario, which anyone familiar with the South American nation would probably agree is at least a step or two downward, its soccer, supermodels, and samba notwithstanding.

Now, European culture will likely win out again in the North American continent, but after retreating to a post-collapse rump and going through a long revitalization process. We’ve seen both the Germans and the Russians go through the first part of this after WWII and the collapse of the Soviet Union, respectively, and now it appears the American turn is approaching.