2083 A European Declaration of Independence

August 1, 2011

3.24 Principle of Proportionality

Filed under: Uncategorized — sitamnesty @ 21:55

The principle of proportionality should be adhered to by those carrying out the armed struggle against the multiculturalist elites of Europe. This means that we should under normal (optimal) circumstances not exceed (per 2010) aprox.

45 000 dead and 1 million wounded cultural Marxists/multiculturalists in Western Europe. The numbers reflect the equivalent number of victims they, themselves, have on their conscience, the results they have inflicted on their own populations due to implementation of the EU’s Eurabia project/European multiculturalism. If you include the total amount of Serb soldiers that died due to the NATO attacks, the numbers will be higher. In addition, approximately 10 000-20 000 Europeans have been killed in Northern Africa, Rhodesia and South Africa due to the cultural Marxist/multiculturalist post-1950 policies. The total number of Europeans the “category A and B traitors” of Western Europe have killed are totalling approximately 100 000 based on these estimates. If you include wider parameters (such as Christian Maronites, Copts, Azyrians) the numbers will range in the hundreds of thousands. Western European regimes chose to ignore the call from one of our protectorates (Christian Lebanon) and tens of thousands died (and are still dying) as a result. If we include global Jihadi genocides of Christians, such as in Sudan (where the Western European regimes have refused to assist the call of our Christian allies due to appeasement of the Islamic regimes) the numbers will range in the millions.

End note: Many conservatives (especially Christian conservatives), however, would insist that the total number of aborted individuals are added as well as direct casualties of the cultural Marxist ideology which totals aprox: 2 million + individuals in Western Europe since the beginning of 1950 until today.

Planning the operation

Violence is the mother of change.”

The following suggestions should be considered before the planning phase of any operation is initiated.


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