The textbook crisis, he explained in the article for the New Eastern Outlook website, consist of three phases: destabilization, the crisis itself and the so called normalization.
What is going on the continent right now, the journalist explains, has all the indications of ongoing destabilization phase.
“The Roman Empire showed us what we all know: the great empires fall if the boundaries are not well protected. Stop the migrants – we need to stem the flow of migrants coming to Europe, we cannot maintain the current level,” the journalist quotes Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte as recently telling to a small group of journalists from Brussels.
However in Europe it has all the signs of growing further into a much more serious one: a civil war and external interference.
“Right now we have in Europe a growing conflict between supporters and opponents of the refugees,” he explains. “Between Pegida and so-called the left wing. Between Muslims and their opponents.”
A feature of destabilization is also the total disintegration of State services.
“If you look at the incompetence of e.g. the German Police in relation to offenses committed in Germany, such as those in Cologne, it is hard to find a better example of State services disintegration,” he adds.
“We are currently experiencing that in several European countries,” he states.
“These are just a few indications of crisis aggravation, that can lead to a civil war in Europe, especially if this lead to the creation of mass ‘Islamist movement’ in Europe, something like the ‘Arab Spring in Europe,’” he states.
The signs of external interference cited by the author are the Daesh cells which are being formed in Europe:
“Daesh sends to Europe its cells and smuggles weapons including chemical and biological ones. What is more, it via the Internet or in person, recruits new members to its cells in Europe,” he says.
However, the author explains, it is also a very dangerous stage for Europe, as after this come the so called “liberals” who will contribute to the disintegration of Europe with all their strength.
“In my opinion, ideology that could lead to the collapse of Europe is precisely liberalism,” he states.
He provides as an example “Europe’s humanitarian suggestions and actions expressed by such representatives of the so-called West like Bill Gates.”
‘Software substitutes, whether it’s drivers and waiters or nurses … progressing … With time, technology will reduce the need for jobs, especially in the lower end of the skill set […] In 20 years, the demand for labour for many basic skills will be much lower. I do not think that people have this in their mental model,” Stachnio quotes Gates as saying to the Washington economic think tank of the American Enterprise Institute.
However, it “is not the only thing that is waiting for us in the nearest future,” he predicts and gives another possible development of what lies ahead.
“One of the think-tanks of the United Nations, the Tellus Institute, has described for the United Nations the whole plan to implement a global, grassroots civic movement, stating in its report that such a movement is necessary to create social acceptance towards global government which is being created,” the journalist says.
The author then provides excerpts from this plan:
“The model of the expanding circle predicts a gradual process of organizational development, starting from a relatively small group of committed people supported by loosely linked network of people and organizations. In pursuing its activities, the initial circle will develop strategies for expanding into the next circle, a pattern which will be duplicated at each stage. In this way, the organization will periodically stop to evaluate, adjust and reorganize for greater circle and to improve the program.”
“We have created an expanding circle, a new organized effort designed to support the formation of a global civil movement. Instead of a rigid plan, TWC strategy assumes an increase in successive waves, adapting to changing circumstances, including development and diversity.”
Europe and, in fact, the whole world, the author suggests, are facing “two aggressive and clashing approaches to the future of our planet,” one being represented by the Islamist extremists, the other – by billionaires, like Bill Gates.
Worst of all, he concludes, is that “feminized men in Western Europe, who in protest against the rape of women in Cologne dress up in skirts, will certainly not be those” who are able to respond to the dangers presented.