The High Water Mark

Here is a sixteen-year-old German girl who has the courage to tell the world, and her government, what she thinks about the migrant policy. Specifically, she is terrified.

Listening to it shortly after reading Mark Steyn's piece (hat tip D29), I have to wonder if she will be the last generation of German girls who feel free to speak in public on this subject.
The German Chancellor cut to the chase and imported in twelve months 1.1 million Muslim "refugees". That doesn't sound an awful lot out of 80 million Germans, but, in fact, the 1.1 million Muslim are overwhelmingly (80 per cent plus) fit, virile, young men. Germany has fewer than ten million people in the same population cohort, among whom Muslims are already over-represented: the median age of Germans as a whole is 46, the median age of German Muslims is 34. But let's keep the numbers simple, and assume that of those ten million young Germans half of them are ethnic German males. Frau Merkel is still planning to bring in another million "refugees" this year. So by the end of 2016 she will have imported a population equivalent to 40 per cent of Germany's existing young male cohort.
This girl may live to see a very different Germany than the one that made her believe that she could express her views about the men who frighten her for the world to see. One wonders what that Germany will do to her.


raven said...

So how does one deal with the absolute calculated betrayal of an entire culture and country by the very people at the top who are supposed to be the ones to keep that culture safe?

Grim said...

Revolution, of course.

Ymar Sakar said...

Revolution is outdated. All you do is go back to Square 1.

Of course, years ago people thought I was the crazy one, right. That I was talking too much about wars and bodies stacked up. Now people think they're better. They're not better. They're not more accurate either, for that matter. They still operate by their old models, even in this century.

Ymar Sakar said...

Raven, people can start by realizing that nobody will save them, except their own Willpower. After that, things can change, resources can be pooled. 9/11 and Flight 93 was a pointed lesson for some us. Not enough it seems.

The Euro Trash crowd thought they were so Superior to Us. Look at them now. They're shaking in their winter German boots, shoving kids out to Islam as a sacrifice, jizya, and tribute. The same way some Germans did when Russia invaded them.

Ymar Sakar said...

Just as good as it was after 2001. Found in 2003.

Grim responded to the subject when I brought it up here, which was a few years after 2001 happened, with something like "If you are a TFT man, then..." about a separate subject related to it.

It's not a lineage or a style or a system you belong to. It's just a skill and people who provide the training for said skill. No different from firearms training, people don't talk about belonging to the SF, Seal, Marine, Frontsight, or NRA school of "shooting". There are differences in the training, but that doesn't mean one belongs to it as a style, that your identity revolves around it. Not around the shooting aspect of it at least.

I think I forwarded some relevant details to Texan as well.

If German 16 girls, who were pretty young when 2001 happened, want to have American style training, the access is always there, with the internet acting as information hub.

Tom said...

Revolution is like trimming your toenails. While it just gets you back to square 1, if you don't do it, it get really nasty over time. And you have to keep doing it periodically.

Besides, I like square 1. If we could keep equality for women, the absence of slavery, and the civil rights acts up through the 1960s, I'd say square 1 is where we should stay.

The problem with revolution is that often you end up on square 1 of a very different, deeply oppressive political system that you never intended to go to.

Grim said...

That's why you need good guiding documents from past successful revolutions -- like Magna Carta, the Declaration of Arbroath, and the Declaration of Independence. Lose nothing we've learned.

The Germans really do need a revolution, though, because their system has been weeded of democratic pressures. In America, we might say, "Win the next set of elections." But that won't help, given the way the EU has changed the nature of German politics. It won't do to just run on a platform of undoing Merkel's policy. They're going to need much deeper changes in the system that governs them.

Unknown said...

I was a bit stunned by these stats on German demographics enough to try to corroborate them. Most websites broke down the age cohorts into categories too broad to be meaningful. I did find some useful stats on IndexMundi for what they are worth. If you confine the speculation to 15-24 year old males, the posts claim does seem to be on track, if Germany continues along the same path for another year. I have mentioned this concern to others who are pretty tuned in to world events and they were also surprised. I think presenting the stats in this context is effective in getting people's attention.
From IndexMundi 2014:
15-24 years: 10.6% (male 4,367,713/female 4,188,566)
25-54 years: 41.7% (male 17,116,346/female 16,664,995)

Grim said...

Good point. It's really an amazing thing for Germany to elect to do. You'd almost have to believe that they haven't understood the numbers.

Ymar Sakar said...

I try to imagine China or Japan importing in foreign rapists and barbarians to up their birth rates, and it just doesn't seem likely.

That's why whenever people mentioned Japan's low birth rates, I wasn't really concerned. It's not an eminent danger that has to be dealt with right now. European demographics and American immigration... those issues will flare up much sooner, even with positive birth rates for social security and welfare.

But the Europeans, while I sensed they were decades ahead of the Leftist mobilization of strategic assets currently ongoing in the US, were even more suicidal than I had thought. They weren't satisfied with the Russian roulette of selling arms to the ME and packing in 5 out of the six with real bullets, they had to keep on pulling the trigger until something happened.

Without local sources to tell me what's going on, since there's a lot of foreign languages they use in that continent, it was hard to see exactly what the domestic traitors of Europe were up to. They were up to something. I always get an image in my head, years ago when I was trying to figure out Europe, of Europeans watching CNN and then dictating to me what our foreign policy was about (blood for oil obviously). Yea, they don't understand the demographics or the local politics of America. But since I also don't completely understand the domestic politics of Germany and France, my sight is limited by language barriers and cultural differences.

Not that Germany needs a foreign language translator to figure out now a days. They got it in English too!


That's why Trump seems to be popular. It just goes around in a circle, until it stops and falls off entirely.

Grim said...

That's why whenever people mentioned Japan's low birth rates, I wasn't really concerned. It's not an eminent danger...

Demographic collapse is like a stock market crash? You only lose if you sell.

Not sure that's true, but it does seem as if it cushions the blow a lot if you're on an island and you keep your borders strong. Perhaps you'll get the opportunity to come back later. No guarantees, of course.

Ymar Sakar said...

Not sure that's true, but it does seem as if it cushions the blow a lot if you're on an island and you keep your borders strong. Perhaps you'll get the opportunity to come back later. No guarantees, of course.

I think of it as the difference between having to kill a criminal in front of you, and worrying about the lawsuit for intentional infliction of whatever mental/emotional damage the family will get you on later.

Right now, the threat to life and limb is dire and needs to be taken care of. Later on, the strategy must inevitably fight off the lawyers too, in the long term.

But there is no long term, if people fail at the short term.

Demographic decline due to low birth rates can be fixed by culture, because the culture is still alive, assuming the leaders aren't a bunch of fascist traitors that is. If anything, it might force people off their stupid welfare feed, sooner or later.

But the moment a community or nation accepts in SJWs, traitors, and other Leftist leader types, it's over. It doesn't matter at that point, because they will free fall into hell.

Demographic collapse is like a stock market crash? You only lose if you sell.

Children aren't a fiat currency. They are more like gold, diamonds, or platinum. Stable commodities, more or less. The stock market in the US is still tied to the fiat currency. And thus what determines the value of the currency is political power, not necessarily economic supplies.

Ymar Sakar said...

VoxDay, a cell leader and organizer/content creator for the Alternative Right, also referenced the music trio a few months ago.

But "culture" is very tricky to nail down. That music performance is perhaps on the level of a sub cultural icon such has Duck Dynasty. A minor slice or representation of the slice, which composes a far larger segment of the sub culture, which is itself only a piece of the mainstream culture.

Culture and ethnicity, such as the Kurds and Armenians, have lasted even under the lash of Islam.

Small setbacks like demographic birth rate issues, isn't a sign of the apocalypse. If anything, it's a sign that humans are adapting and changing. So long as there is liquid and structured water on this Earth, life will continue on in the Endless Paths.

Japanese culture is a bit alien to describe, hence the video. Seeing is believing, perhaps. At this point, I can understand every second or third line, minus some words in the song. The Greeks had their strong culture. The Romans did as well.

Another interesting data point is that the Japanese mainstream culture keeps mentioning the declining birth rate and how children are more valuable, as well as the impact on sex segregated schools who have to integrate to remain solvent.

There is also the R vs K reproduction theory passed around on the net to explain... well all kinds of stuff. Bill Whittle and Stefan Molyneux even talked about it with each other on a podcast. Well video cast.

Many things will end in the beginning of the 21st century. But many things are also being created. There is no Darkness without the Light. The brightest day casts the deepest shadow.

Birth rate collapse always seemed like Global Warming and sending money to Green Credit Gore. It's closer to a scare tactic than a true attempt to look at human affairs. The actual causes are unknown, so people think it's time to throw money at problems. Until somebody like Gore, can cash out.

Grim said...

Children aren't a fiat currency. They are more like gold, diamonds, or platinum. Stable commodities, more or less.

If they were a currency, they would be more like cattle. However, human beings cannot morally be reduced to objects of exchange. The best kind cannot practically be.

Tom said...

That's why Trump seems to be popular. It just goes around in a circle, until it stops and falls off entirely.

That doesn't seem related to what I wrote. What do you mean?

Ymar Sakar said...


Hussein engineers a crisis, and the Left may or may not have picked Trump to "fix" the problem of dictatorship, with Trump's megalomaniac dictator like tendencies and powers.

So people are pushed around, looking for a "revolution", when in fact, it was a setup, all along. Same as when people went to Hitler's party because they feared communism. Then the fascists allied with the Soviets to divide up Poland. That was some party of anti communists people went with to fix problems.

So it goes around in a circle and ends up falling off.

That's one theory at least for Americans supporting Trump. I got several others.

Normally this would sound paranoid circa 2010 even, but then people see the militia moving to Oregon and the first thing I heard from them is "false flag", so that's hard to quantify these days.

The Tea Party was America's last, probably, chance to reform the system. When they were crushed and countered, that hope died. So people are kind of angry now in America. But they don't see what I see. They just see Trump and Cruz too, and think that if they can't be helped by the GOP, they might as well go with the populists or some other far shot. That's their revolution.

It won't be the only revolution people try. Cruz is the last remaining uncorrupted, probably, Tea Party candidate. Well, things got complicated, Palin is boosting for Trump now.

That's why I don't predict details and dates. Stuff is way too tactically focused.

The American Colonies before the War of Independence, were already self governing. Their war was to keep their status quo rights, not to create equality like the French tried and failed to do with the guillotine. The current America is not really fighting for a return to the status quo, they either hate the status quo or they fear it. Now a days at least. Americans can't conserve what they have, because the torch of freedom was sold off generations ago. Any revolution, would first have to recover what is lost, before attempting to secure what they don't want to lose, again.

Hussein Obola and Trump are good examples of what kind of leaders Americans think they deserve. That is in fact what the majority do deserve. Even if 10 million of the popular vote were fake ones from death people and immigrants and oversea credit card defrauding mechanisms.

Tom said...

OK, that makes sense. I was talking about violent revolution, so the connection with Trump was lost on me.

Any revolution, would first have to recover what is lost, before attempting to secure what they don't want to lose, again.

That's a good point.

Ymar Sakar said...

Usually any insurgency or minority, like the Founding Fathers' 3% have to prepare the ground politically, if they want people to take up arms violently. People aren't going to just move around and obey orders, certain communities are like cats, psychological manipulation is needed. Thomas Paine is a good example of a demagogue or rabblerouser, he worked in France for their Revolution afterwards too. Or maybe that was slightly different timeline, but he went to France at least.

Mao had his fish and insurgent vs occupation. Mao also pretended to fight an external threat, the Japanese, in order to have the Chinese nationalists take the hit (casualties), then when the nationalists were weakened, Mao took over the mainland, while claiming to have been the Defender of the Chinese culture, while purging martial art families and other ones who refused to obey.

The politics directly leads to what kind of violent revolution people see. You shall know them by their fruits. In this case, the method betrays the intent of good or evil.