Friday, 8 January 2016

After the New Year's Eve attacks in Cologne, almost one third of German citizens intend to avoid large gatherings of people. 30% of those questioned gave this answer in a poll conducted for ARD's "Deutschlandtrend". Among women, 37% gave this answer.

One facet of the European Genocide is the erosion of communal life. Public space becomes a hostile environment, increasingly dominated by the mores of non-Europeans. Europeans retreat into the private sphere of home and family life. But culture is an emergent phenomenon. European culture is what is collaboratively produced when Europeans interact with one another. When the public space available for those interactions contracts, or when the interactions are with non-Europeans, European culture is eroded and diminished.



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