Eastern Europe: A Viable Option For Native Europeans?

Europe is in danger – this is an indisputable fact that any regular follower of our site will be in agreement with. Since 1945, Western European governments have embarked on a project to change the face of our nations irreparably and in doing so, have brought the very violence and chaos to Europe that they sought so desperately to avoid. The resulting situation is one of mistrust, ghettoisation, terrorism, sexual violence and much more, all in the name of multiculturalism – any right-minded European who isn’t a Marxist or liberal will recognise that the mass immigration of the third world has been a monumental disaster by any objective comparisons to the past. We have less money, fewer jobs, more crime and less societal cohesion than ever before.

The problem is, it might be cathartic to talk about the problems we face, but the constant elephant in the room is the question of what to do about it. What are the solutions? How do we save our beloved homelands? How do we create a future where its safe for women to walk alone after dark, and our children don’t feel like strangers in their schools?

There are, of course, no easy answers.

Before we get into potential solutions though, I’d like to start by breaking down the primary interests of the different socio-economic groupings of society in order to better explain what solutions are relevant for who:

  1. Cosmopolitan, urbanised liberals/leftists – this group are supportive of the multi-racial, multicultural societies that the political classes have built. They do not see a problem, therefore have no active stake in the solution.
  2. Rural middle-classes – this group are, on the whole, wary and resentful of the changes taking place. They are often insulated as it is the large cities that have seen the greatest changes, but do not want their “areas” to go the same way.
  3. Apolitical working-classes, or “lumpenproletariat” – This group is, on the whole, rejecting of multi-ethnic societies, although they do not necessarily see the bigger picture.
  4. Politically-minded working-classes – Again, this group is rejecting of multi-ethnic societies, but they are more mindful of the bigger picture and will actively vote against the project.

The solutions to the problem are as varied as the opponents of the multicultural project. Different solutions are more accessible to the different groups of society – I am working on the assumption that it is impossible to achieve a reversal of the multicultural project via the ballot box:

  1. Acceptance – this is the likely path of the apolitical working-classes. Devoid of means to do any different, they will most likely be forced to accept whatever changes are forced around them and will make peace with it, or future generations will as their parents and grandparents die off in bitterness. This is also a possibility for the rural middle-classes, who could accept the changes and become “liberalised” and cosmopolitan.
  2. Revolution – reordering society on identitarian grounds could be possible by way of revolutionary uprising. This, whilst unlikely for any grouping, is the most likely solution for the politically-minded working-classes, who do not have the means to do any different but are not content with simply accepting the inevitability of events.
  3. Move – escaping the problem entirely is the most likely option of the rural middle-classes. Those who do not make peace with the changes will have no other choice, for “diversity” is spreading outward from the cities at a rate faster than ever before.

It is option 3 – moving – that I’d really like to focus on.

It will be impossible to truly escape the changes of the modern world within one’s own country. In England, France, Germany, Sweden and so on, the powers that be are ensuring that those areas deemed to be “too white” are fed a strong dose of “diversity” to rectify what is seen to be a problem. This means that the only option for fleeing these diversity-ridden countries are to emigrate abroad.

The only viable destination for those fleeing multiculturalism is Eastern Europe, primarily the ‘Visegrad Group’ – Hungary, Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic – but also the Balkan states of Slovenia and Croatia, both of whom have opposed their nations being turned into the “melting pots” we are witnessing in the west. The Hungarian government has floated this idea in the past, with Prime Minister Viktor Orban openly declaring that his country would welcome “the true refugees fleeing multiculturalism” – for the purposes of this exercise, I am assuming these eastern nations will follow suit and generously extend a welcoming hand to native Europeans who wish to preserve the “old Europe”.

It is clearly a viable alternative to those native to western Europe who have the means and the wherewithal to make a life for themselves in the east. Of course, this will depend on their willingness to give up their native language and some more specific cultural practises eventually, but many will come to see this as an acceptable price to pay for living in a society that is safe for their daughters and prosperous for all. After all, taking pride in holding onto your “British values” is somewhat meaningless if you have to live in a security fortress with your city burning all around you – cue, Paul Joseph Watson.

Thinking about such a proposition for our problems can easily encourage romanticised theorising. For instance, it is not beyond imagination to say that this solution could be the beginning of a new, great chapter in the history of Europe, where the eastern bloc can take a leading role in the west as the USA, Britain, France, Germany and Scandinavia see their influence decline, something which is inevitable as their average IQs and tax-raising powers continue to plummet as a result of third-world immigration.

Should the eastern nations be willing to accept us into their societies, we could work together to build a new “fortress Europe”, with strong borders, a proper sense of law and order, and a new brand of “anti-liberal democracy”. Here, we could have a chance to recapture what it means to be European and enjoy the fruits of everything that goes along with it such as the beautiful architecture and solid, traditional family values.

Anyway, it is futile to continue daydreaming about a hypothetical, romanticised future of Europe’s last stand. A lot will happen between now and the time for solutions – what those solutions will be, we can only hypothesise for the time being. In any case, it is worth thinking about such options, as one thing is certain; Western European civilisation is dying a slow, painful death, and at some point we must either accept it, fix it or flee from it.

William is a writer based in England, Great Britain.