In the sequel to Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal Lecter bumps into his hapless would-be contract killer, who keeps walking and collapses later without realizing that his femoral artery got cleanly cut. Trump’s “shithole countries” comment, whether he actually said it or not, is a delayed-effect “only Rosie O’Donnell” moment on race. The Global South got called out on its incompatibility with Europeans and this mental image of muds=shit is not going away because it is rooted in truth.
Ultimately our incompatability with them is not about eye-queue, or anyone’s propensity for violence, or “they won’t assimilate” (Stop and think for a moment. Whose daughter’s uterus-lining are you volunteering to assimilate those uprooted aboriginals?). The objection is more fundamental and you can’t talk your way out if it, if pressed, any more than you can talk your way out of revulsion with feces.
Consider the Global North’s impulse to separate human waste from all of the other facets of human existence. Watch this ten-minute video, which illustrates how sewage is treated:
- Gravity lines. Wastewater flows downhill from homes in underground lines. Once the lines get too deep, pump stations push the dirty water up, and the process continues until water reaches a treatment plant.
- Headworks. The first stage of water treatment at the plant: the removal of inorganic solid matter, which is compacted and sent to a landfill. First, screens remove trash and debris. Then, the heavier grit settles to the bottom of the channel and is raked up.
- Primary treatment. Its purpose is to physically separate water from organic solids, which includes excrement. Water flows down narrow channels where rotating mesh screens catch solid matter. Captured biosolids go through their own treatment process.
- Primary clarification. Those are the round pools that you see from the airplane, where water is allowed to sit for a few hours, during which time settled particles are raked up from the bottom and suspended solids are also collected. Oil and grease is skimmed off the surface. Those things also travel to the biosolids treatment center.
- Secondary clarification. This process removes nutrients from the water, which otherwise would cause algae growth in rivers. Air is pumped into the water, which stimulates beneficial bacteria to feed on those nutrients.
- Advanced purification. Water is then forced through membranes that catch microorganisms. Then, remaining microbes are killed with chlorine or ultraviolet light.
- Water is returned to nature.
Meanwhile, recovered solids go through their own process. They are pressed for dewatering, disinfected via composting, and recycled for use in agriculture or as fuel. Now consider, how complicated the system is. And then once in place, who will operate it, maintain the equipment, regulate the biochemistry? Now you understand why the Third World, where Western “charity” lets it to breed to infinity, is so filthy.
In preindustrial times, Europeans built urban canals and rural outhouses. In Africa… ask an honest former Peace Corps volunteer what Africans do with their newly-dug latrines.
Analogously in culture, you might remember the early 1990s. Suddenly blacks became just like us and more than that, they became the face of commercial culture. Then came mass immigration. If you believe in a Brownian motion model of history, then happy mocha is our future. But that’s not how it works. Instead, the browner things get, the more regular people — with intelligent people at vanguard — start feeling righteous hate in their hearts until everything snaps back to its natural order because only we are capable of separating shit from everything else.
Polarity flips. One day diversity means mocha, the next day it’s shitskins. Trump tapped into an archetype, and then CNN helpfully spread the word that Diversity is a race to the sewer:
The look on the left-most ingrate’s face… does he not appreciate his nice toilet? along with the above-described sanitation process that he gets for free? I think all that talk of shit hits too close to home for him.
Look around, see someone who doesn’t belong in your country. Think freely, don’t be afraid of your feelings. Yeah, his face is a contaminant. And that’s not me telling you what to think about invaders, it’s me with my knack for seeing ahead of the curve, telling you how it’s going to be. Look forward to a polarity flip in Scandinavia, where the world’s least-shitty people live. Sweden, after this episode passes: “Eeew, your mom sat next to a Paki in school? it’s right there on social media archives!” In fact, Europe appears to be losing its enthusiasm for people from shitholes:
As politicians in America and across the globe lined up last week to condemn President Trump’s reported remarks calling certain African nations “s—hole countries,” there was a somewhat muted response in Europe — a sign of how the political winds of immigration are blowing.
Europe is a continent filled with leaders happy to speak out in condemnation of the U.S. president, but the silence last week was noticeable — with the New York Times describing a “ringing silence across broad parts of the European Union, especially in the east, and certainly no chorus of condemnation.”
Drive through a black area sometime. This ain’t Despacito: