The end of Europe

Europe is a very delicate place. It’s been built across millenias, from the Ancient Greeks to the Roman Empire, the historically and culturally rich Middle Ages, to the religious wars that tore the heartland of Europe during the 30 Years War. Revolutions, wars, industrial revolution, more wars, more culture, complete domination of the planet…

It took all that time, all that accumulated experience, to have these delicate societies, the laws, the customs, the food, the language, the culture that makes what Europe is. And when you travel there, it’s obvious at nearly every corner. And even in the places that have been totally brought down through wars (Berlin for instance!) are part of history, testament to the almost complete physical destructions some countries went through, yet survived and thrived.

But it’s coming to an end. The « migrants » will bring it down for good. Because they don’t share the culture, because they don’t understand why things are the way they are, they don’t understand the logic of our laws, customs. Some people will stop me at that point, and tell me « wait! they can learn! ». Well, no they can’t. They’re just unable to do it for a simple reason: they lack the necessary IQ, and we’re not enforcing the laws on them. So they’ll never learn.

Here’s some food for thought about the economical aspect of it:

(About the IQ: mean IQ in North Africa is 85, and standard dev is around 7 points, and given the shape of IQ distribution 95% of the population is within 2 standard deviation of the mean. For North Africa, 97.5% of the population has an IQ below 99. 100 is the average in Western Europe. 97.5% of immigrants from North Africa have a lower IQ than HALF the population of Europe.
Edit: sdev is 15 points, so my calculations above are wrong, and it’s not as bad as I say above, BUT it’s still bad. More here:

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