Doctrine, on the Left and Right, which claims the Third World has been “exploited”—and that it’s advisable to aid it, unceasingly, with financial and technological transfers, and to welcome its migrants.
The proper attitude to the Third World is one of relative indifference, the opposite of the present “right to intervene.” Europe has no obligation to peoples whose destiny is not their own. The endemic poverty, wars, and epidemics that ravage certain parts of Africa, Asia, and Latin America are not our concern. These populations are alone guilty of their incapacity to govern themselves. We are not “responsible” for them. To let the Third World take responsibility for its own fate requires that we refuse to assist it.
A certain number of legends also need to be resisted. Specifically the legend that European colonialism, in the form of exploitation and slavery, was a sin for which we must forever repent. […] European colonialism, though, was harmful to Europe, though it benefited the Third World, whose demography it vastly developed.
This has boomeranged against Europe—an immense historical error. For European colonialism was the starting point for the South’s colonisation of Europe.
It also needs emphasising that in the period of European colonisation, Third World populations, notably in the Maghreb, the Middle East, and Africa, lived under conditions of peace, liberty, public order, and prosperity far superior to whatever “independence” brought. All Africans and Maghrebians of good faith who were born before independence today realise this.
Third Worldism, like anti-racism, is a pseudo-philanthropic doctrine that blames and paralyses Europeans. […] Now part of the dominant ideology, Third Worldism rests on the principle that industrialised countries once pillaged the Third World, […] even though the Third World now lives at the expense of European countries—which it financially exploits and colonises.
Guillaume Faye (via european-traditionalist)
Faye earned his PhD from the Institut d’études politiques de Paris (Paris Institute of Political Studies). He foresees a possible abolition of European societies due to massive immigration, and a total war between the West and the Islamic world. It’s difficult to disagree.