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Europe and America

Identity of Decrepitude

Studies have established that identical twins separated at birth exhibit very similar physical, psychological, and biochemical traits, regardless of the environment in which they grow up.  They will have similar voices, gestures, tastes, incomes, professions, wives—and similar diseases.  A twin adopted by an Italian firefighter from New Jersey and his brother reared by a Jewish plastic surgeon in Los Angeles are likely to die within a couple of years of each other, and of similar causes.

It is in disease and looming death that Europe (as we know it) and America (as we know her) most tellingly certify that they, too, share the same chromosomes, that they belong to one culture and constitute one civilization.  The same traits of terminal decrepitude are present in Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, Canada, and the United States, including both the primary cause—which is the loss of religious faith—and a number of secondary ones.  These include their ruling elites’ hostility toward all forms of solidarity or coherence of the majority population based on common ancestry and traditional culture; the loss of a sense of place and history; rapid demographic decline—probably irreversible and unparalleled in history—that goes hand in hand with rampant Third World immigration; the collapse of private and public manners and morals; the imposition of “diversity,”...

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