[ by Charles Cameron — index of graphics, first 800 or so pages of the “2083 European Declaration of Independence”, with some analysis ]
A great deal of work needs to be done on the 2083 European Declaration of Independence, and I thought a useful place to start would be a catalog of images.
The document opens with a graphical title:
That’s probably the largest single graphic in the entire work, and it puts the work squarely in the context of the Knights Templar — with e Templar cross and the full name of the order, “Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Solomonic” or Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon. The Templars were a Western Christian chivalric order strongly associated with the Crusades — and the topic more recently of much historical, occult and fictional speculation.
The date 2083 is a date SFE (in the Science Fictional Era) as was 1984 before it — but it was almost certainly chosen for its echo of the 1683 Battle of Vienna, which is commonly taken to represent the turning back of the Ottomans by the Habsburgs, and thus the victory of Christendom over Islam. Two maps show the Umayyad Conquests:
and the Second Islamic Wave, turned back in Spain and at the gates of Vienna:
These can fruitfully be contrasted with a map of “tomorrow”:
it being the author’s contention that France will be the first European country to fall to Islamic dhimmitude. I suspect much the same is implied in this version of the French tricolore:
There are some pointed attacks on leftist intellectuals:
and on media perceived as left-leaning, notably the BBC:
— that’s the Saudi flag mashed up with the BBC logo and star and crescent — and:
giving both “ancient” and “modern” variants on the theme…
There are some strange items which I’ll drop in here for a breath of fresh air…
which appears to be a commentary on the respective attractions of Venus and Mars, since it’s situated in a commentary on Feminism…
this really is a strangely mythic document… and…
with its reference to “mind control agents” — and those whose minds have been controlled are clearly sheep:
which may be the right moment to mention that the British, too, come in for a measure of contempt, via a quotation from none other than Osama bin Laden:
“When people see a strong horse and a weak horse, by nature they will like the strong horse”. Perhaps its unsurprising that the author is something of an admirer of bin Laden’s means, if not his ends.
Of course, that’s largely the fault of the Labour party:
But that’s probably enough for one post — in my next, I’ll consider how weak we are, what the jihadist strategy against us is, and how the new Templars hope to turn the tide…
the worst threats to mankind.