It Can Happen Here
by Douglas Mercer
IT CAN happen here. You bet it could.
I for one certainly don’t see why not.
That’s their dire warning: it could happen here. “It” of course being the awakening of the long-slumbering berserker rage of the White race, once the terror of the world, lately nowhere seen.
Recrudescence is their term of art — atavism and nativism close behind. What makes them afraid is that something basic and primordial in the White race has not been extinguished as they hoped, but is still latent — and ready to emerge.
It could happen again.
You bet it could.
“It” of course refers to what happened in the 1930s in Germany, when a downhearted people suddenly took up the reins of their destiny; when that nation, rallied by a great leader, began unexpectedly to expel the poison in their midst.
It could happen again. The phrase is a play off the title of that bush-league novel of the 1930s called It Can’t Happen Here. Which of course was a sly way of saying it can happen here. It was a novel described as (wait for it):
A cautionary tale about the fragility of democracy, it is an alarming, eerily timeless look at how fascism could take hold in America.
I detect a theme.
It can’t happen here. It can happen here. As indeed it could have; and indeed it can.
They say that Adolf Hitler was an uncanny individual because he succeeded in imposing his fantasy life on world history. It’s true that here was a man sleeping on a park bench in Austria among the down-and-out who had dreams of great detail about re-ordering Germany — and the world. Apparently, he had a special sense which permitted him to peer straight through the dark abysm of time and see the future unfold. Had the conventionally “wise” and “rational” seen him on that bench, and spoken to him about those dreams, they would have considered him mad indeed. And yet, as the course of time unfurled, the details of his dream came true, one by one — every last one. Through the tenacity of belief alone, he had managed to make it all a reality.
It is always a matter of will; it is the will alone to which the world succumbs.
It could happen again.
Indeed, it is already happening.
You know it is. You know it will.
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Jonathan Greenblatt, the head vampire at Vampire Incorporated, is about to enter the Jewish literary sweepstakes alongside Bari Weiss wither her execrable How to Fight Anti-Semitism and Deborah Lipstadt with her egregious Antisemitism. Greenblatt’s book, which is clearly intended to become a mega-ten-ton blockbuster bestseller which will knock the socks off Jew and goy alike, is called (hold the phone) It Could Happen Here (set to be published January 4 2022).
It Could Happen Here.
What is the message of this book? What is the prime vampire of Vampire Incorporated going to tell us?
The message is: It could happen here.
Of course it could. In fact it’s already happening.
That is, his message sent out to Jews and Jew-lovers everywhere is that he doesn’t want you to get smug about “liberal democracy”; it is such a fragile thing. He wants all to know that “democracy dies in darkness”; that the tiki torches and the pitchforks are in storage now, but can come out at any moment; that, believe it or not, not everyone is absolutely crazy about unending hordes of immigrants invading their land; that not everyone is keen on “diversity” and “inclusion”; not everyone wants their hospitals and schools humming with a cacophony of indecipherable languages; that there remain some White people (believe it or not) who are not looking forward to their race becoming a minority; that the doctrine that “all men are created equal” has not been accepted equally by all segments of society. And, he says, the specter of a rekindled White race acting in its own self-interest is only just one rage-filled demagogue away.
So don’t think (he says) that the arc of the moral universe will naturally bend towards justice, no; the moral universe is a cold and forbidding place, Jews know that better than anyone, and for justice to reign requires (he says) eternal vigilance, vigilance on behalf of the “rule-based order of liberal democracy,” and (most of all) vigilance on behalf of Jews, who are the eternal keepers of the eternal moral flame. If not, if we let our guard down for even one minute (he says), don’t be shocked if the hoods and the nooses come back; don’t be shocked when the trains begin to roll and the ovens are fired up. Because all it will take is one flip of the switch for all the bad old things to be back again. Indeed, if they ever left.
That is: It could happen here. So don’t fall asleep, he says.
And of course the old Vampire is right about that.
It could happen here. Indeed, it’s already happening.
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You know they want to pull out all the stops on this one. This is their head man, the man who has worked tirelessly around the clock to strip White people of their rights and voice, the one who is never-ending in his work to foment the long awaited genocide of the White race. He’s plugged a myriad of books about the nobility of the Jews, the tragedies that have befallen the Jews, and how all of society should be ordered to protect and exalt the Jews, no questions asked. And now here he is with his hopeful entrant into the anti-White book club.
For this occasion they have dusted off and trotted out and stood up straight that Jewish one-trick pony, mediocre comedian, and Jewish executioner of speech, Sacha Baron Cohen:
Refreshingly candid, get off Instagram and read this book.
Cohen, did they say?
Indeed, they did.
It can happen here.
They will do anything to make sure it doesn’t.
Today, as CEO of the storied ADL (the Anti-Defamation League), Jonathan Greenblatt has made it his personal mission to demonstrate how antisemitism, racism, and other insidious forms of intolerance can destroy a society, taking root as quiet prejudices but mutating over time into horrific acts of brutality.
Storied? Storied in lore? You mean like that story of how the ADL started in defense of the rapist and murderer and Jew Leo Frank? — the one who raped and murdered that young innocent White girl? You mean that story? Because that’s one story the facts of which the “storied ADL” doesn’t want known too widely. Why, if it were, and people came to see the ADL as the boy who cried wolf, or the wolf that cried pogrom, as the one who cried out as he struck you, and began disbelieving them — why, it just might happen again.
It can always happen again. Trust me, it’s what keeps them up at night. They know what they’ve done. It’s not for nothing that an old Jewish saying is that every Jew should always have a packed suitcase by the back door.
In this urgent book, Greenblatt sounds an alarm, warning that this age-old trend is gathering momentum in the United States — and that violence on an even larger, more catastrophic scale could be just around the corner.
You certainly do see it picking up speed. Right around the corner? Why, it’s already at our door. The old adage that there’s only so much excrement people will eat is a good one. It has been painfully slow but you see it in fits and starts, and then you see it some more, in places you never thought you would, this age-old trend. And it’s a trend for a reason, for, wherever you have Jews, you will have people who hate Jews. The one follows the other like night follows day. The reason is that, if there is a more obnoxious or subversive people ever to walk the Earth, I’ve never heard tell of them. I doubt you have either.
It’s almost impossible to imagine that unbridled hate and systematic violence could come for us or our families. But it has happened in our lifetimes in Europe.
Clearly they can imagine it. That’s what those books are about; that’s what Greenblatt’ new vile tome is about. Imagine it, Hell. They are obsessed about it. And for a very good reason.
Greenblatt offers a bracing primer on how we — as individuals, as organizations, and as a society — can strike back against hate. Just because it could happen here, he shows, does not mean that the unthinkable is inevitable.
No, it pretty much is. And it’s not unthinkable; we think about it all the time. It’s actually like clockwork, you see. Different day, but same story line. Jews move in and are hostile and aggressive; they buddy up with the treacherous elites of the host country; and pretty soon they start acting like they own the place — and that’s because they do. Pretty soon they’re odious and distasteful and appalling, as they start bossing everyone around. And if you say anything about it, well, there will be Hell to pay. The repeated scenarios are all like this, and it never varies much, and in the end they are always wholly unsupportable. When the Romans finally tired of Jewish tricks and depradations, they sent in the legions and leveled Jerusalem and sent the remnant scurrying and packing (many in the wrong direction, unfortunately). In countless European countries of old, the righteous citizenry did the same. Problem was that, as time wore on, the elites laid low, and the Jews laid low, and they were brought back in, and the thieving and the blood and the rapes and the drama happened once more. Big mistake.
And now what Jonathan Greenblatt is saying, in essence, is that if we don’t learn from history it will repeat itself. But the man who came up with the phrase once stood on a table in a Roman restaurant and gave Mussolini the Roman salute as Il Duce passed by in his car. And, anyway, we don’t plan on having history repeat itself exactly. No, this time we’ll do it right.
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And so on January 4 2022, when this book is released to the uneager public, don’t mark your calendar. Just know that this book is not so much a warning to the world but a vivid representation of their deepest and darkest and most mortal fears, the fallout from their most desperate phobias. For what causes their black hearts to skip a beat is that one day all of the indoctrination, all of the propaganda, all of the lies, all of the brainwashing will be washed away like watercolors on a rainy day. That it will all disappear in an instant — because, outward appearances to the contrary, it never took root. Because in the end it was not compatible with the spirit of the Aryan race.
Drawing from the Anti-Defamation League’s long history of advocating against antisemitism, Greenblatt asserts that a tipping point in hateful rhetoric is fast approaching. He argues that hateful ideas can spread slowly and eventually become normalized.
Yes, indeed — it’s the best part of waking up.
They say that when fascism comes to America it will come wrapped in the American flag and it will be carrying a cross. Perhaps, though it more likely will be wrapped up in a blood flag and be carrying a torch and marching to the sign of a rune. And — believe me — it will be way beyond mere fascism. But the one thing you can be sure of is that they won’t know what hit them.
It’s not that it will come out of left field, no, the signs are there. It’s that it will come from the hearts of the people.
Can it happen again?
Open your window; you’ll see that it already has. You’ll see that it’s already coming, coming like a hard and cleansing spring rain.
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