This is the title: Western Civilization: The Final Frontier?. Here is what she said in her text, with the word “practically” inserted so as not to rule out divine intervention or some such thing:
What is particularly appalling about the ill-informed Western elites is how their policies are practically ensuring the end of Western Civilization. They refuse to acknowledge the need for border security –sovereignty — and allow, if not encourage the wholesale influx of third-world immigrants (who do not wish to assimilate) into states with generous welfare policies.
I’m sure what comes next will be an improvement on what we have done. We obviously don’t know what’s good for us anyway. Here’s another perspective: How Mainstream Media and Social Media Present COMPLETELY Different Views Of Syrian Immigrant Crisis. Its opening statement:
The “Great Replacement” has begun, and social media is showing what the “refugees” from Syria are really all about.
It’s not the world I was born into so I wouldn’t be expected to like it. But others are being born into this one so maybe they’ll like it better. But it is amazing to be there at the end, although it may limp along for a bit longer still. Read The Swerve. Think about just how well this passage from a hostile review fits the world we are on the threshold of entering:
It is possible for a whole culture to turn away from reading and writing. As the Roman Empire crumbled and Christianity became ascendant, as cities decayed, trade declined, and an anxious populace scanned the horizon for barbarian armies, the ancient system of education fell apart. What began as downsizing went on to wholesale abandonment. Schools closed, libraries and academies shut their doors, professional grammarians and teachers of rhetoric found themselves out of work, scribes were no longer given manuscripts to copy.
The most haunting part of the book was the description of fifteenth century Rome, the centre of an empire a thousand years before. It was not until the middle of the 14th century, perhaps even the 15th, that living standards in Europe rose to where they had been in the 2nd. You think it can’t happen until it does, and it does now look like it might.