At first I had considered leaving this topic within the realm of the /sig/ thread but it's something of great interest to me and would be most grateful for a deeper discussion on it.
Now, when one thinks of a collapse of a civilisation, what do they think. For most, they imagine a Mad Max-esque wasteland, complete with scantily clad whores in leather gear, undulating violence with pockets of survivors huddling together for shelter. A most warped and somewhat semetic view of humanity, one feasable for Africa and the Middle East but not the Western world (that is unless the parasite succeeds in it's miscegenation goals which it seems unlikely to do). No, a collapse is a far quieter thing, a far more subtle thing. You may be noticing it already in fact.
What is one of the first things to fall as a civilisation collapses? The borders. From Rome to Greece to countless other examples, it's the borderlands and the far corners that are the first to be lost, not all borders however are purely within the realm of migration but on a societal level as well. Now I do not feel I need to expand on that point as anyone here is fairly understanding of the semites very deliberate destruction of our nations borders of both the physical and societal variety over the past decades, through subtle subversions (sexual revolution, hedonistic hippy movements etc), media indoctrination (mixed race couples, open borders, climate propagada) and outright force (need a good example of force, look into the mixing of races in US schools at the end of segregation and law enforcement arresting and intimidating those resisting in this age of misery). What follows on from this is a slow loss of resources to maintain the status quo of the former heights of that civilisations native people and to try accomadate the new "citizens". Energy, food, services, all requires more and more (((finance))) in order to acquire until eventually there is no more finance to do so for the nation in question has been overburdened. Now a keen observer will note that this particular game has been rigged for quite a while, when a state or nation requires more of a particular resource, well, they'll get finance from Moishe and then the nation in question will buy from Hershel who happens to know a chap who runs a factory that produces these resources within a third world nation for cheap and so forth.
But what happens you do not have enough manpower and resources to maintain it over time? Well, everything retracts. The meager pay for a job you hate fails to increase with costs, less availability of medicine, price of proper food increases so cheaper, more disgusting cuisine is offered, the ability to maintain infrastructure halts. California is a perfect example of this. San Francisco, a once (((shining jewel))) of America is quite literally living on borrowed time. Blackouts, failing power grids, the general state of infrastructure all over the US is a thing of great concern but California itself is a model of what will inevitably spread no matter how much is tried to halt the degradation. After all, what happens when a location is flooded with foreign invaders who bring in no finance but are an incredible financial burden due to public services and the sheer amount of violence they commit. Now, when pondering this example there are a few factors to consider. The first being the immediate effects. Now with most European nations and colonies having to cater for the parasites golems, just who do you think will be prioritised within a power outage? Will it be the white suburban section containing most likely older folk, many of whom rely on the power for everything from dialysis machines to needing diabetic medication chilled or will it be the "neighbourhood" consisting of violent negroids or third world infestations who will pillage their own businesses the second the lights turn out akin to the Baltimore riots. My, such a hard question is it not, who will the parasite serve first, it's golems or it's victims.
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