Saturday, January 03, 2015
Taking the temperature of the Counter-Jihad -- Part 1
It may be presumptuous of me to say, but I sense a general rumbling of discontent and anxiety in the Counter-Jihad. I've sensed it for quite some time. Not merely with regard to the Usual Suspects -- Islam and the "Leftist" Mainstream -- but with regard to the Counter-Jihad itself.
I sense an underlying impatience and rudderlessness. You know: okay, we've been talking about this problem of Islam for years; now, what do we do about it? That kind of thing.
Over the years, we have seen various momentary outbursts in various parts of the West expressing some measure of defiance -- the latest being the PEGIDA phenomenon in Europe. Still, there continues to be a sense that this is simply not enough. A sense that something needs to be done more than has been done thus far (duh).
I.e., the Counter-Jihad is understandably impatient with the slug's pace of glacial non-progress of their own West; and this naturally translates to an impatience with the Counter-Jihad, because, of course, the Counter-Jihad is obviously not doing enough (hence my previous paragraph).
This sense of impatience and inadequacy needs to be talked out, thrashed out, amongst the various rag-tag members of this ... "Counter-Jihad". I can just feel it. We really need to find a way to get together and have something like a summit meeting.
Now, if only there were some kind of an international community able to communicate with some new electronic medium... hmmmm.... what could that be...?
To be continued...