December 11th 2020
Excerpt from“Homo Simulator” https://www.amazon.es/Homo-Simulator-Rafael-Ortiz-Garcia-ebook/dp/B086Z38P2Z
If loyalty is denaturalized, the miraculous equilibrium with dissidence crumbles and a disloyal dissidence is born, which turns into fratricidal struggle. An example of this alliance with the exterior to achieve the triumph over the interior adversary turned into an enemy when the binomial of the ancestral European is broken and loyalty disappears can be found in the Mohammedan invasion of the Visigothic kingdom of Hispania: The “Witiza Error”.
The kings of Visigothic Hispania were elected by the nobles, which caused intrigues and bloody struggles for power that were called “morbus gothorum” (the disease of the Goths). This disease occurs when society does not act as a single group but as a field of confrontation between different factions seeking power.
The conquest of Gothic Hispania by the Mohammedans was presided over by one of these confrontations. The followers of King Witiza, who had been succeeded by King Roderic, decided to support the Mohammedans, who invaded the peninsula from the Maghreb, thinking that they could use them to seize power and then get rid of them. And with this objective in mind, the followers of Witiza, who led the wings of the Visigoth army in the battle of Guadalete, went over to the enemy at the crucial moment leading to the defeat of Roderic’s army.
Of course, the Mohammedan invaders had no intention of enjoying the spoils and returning to their lands, but occupied the entire Iberian Peninsula and, after a few years of condescension with their Witizian allies, ended up taking absolute power.
The Witiza Error consists of relying on external forces to win an internal battle.
The Muslim invasion of Hispania took place in a context characterized by the defenselessness of the Visigothic society, confident in the initial tolerance shown by the Mohammedans. But it would never have been possible without the “morbus gothorum” that led to the political division and the betrayal of the “fidelis regis” of Witiza, persuaded that the Muslims would serve them to take power but would not be a danger to their power.
From all points of view, the Visigothic kingdom was powerful enough to have prevented the invasion. But it had a social weakness that led it not to defend itself and to allow the triumph of the Muslims. The Witiza error, the weakness based on indiscriminate solidarity and a mythological deception: World War III.
World War II was initiated by National Socialism (Nazi Germany) and International Socialism (Soviet Russia). After defeating one of the contenders by means of a conjunctural alliance with Russia, exactly like the one between Russia and Germany, the Cold War was nothing more than the continuation of that unfinished World War II. The social democracy and neo-feudalism established in Europe to defend itself against the advance of the communist ideological troops had a very costly success insofar as it established a profound weakness that is now being exploited in the third phase of World War II.
To call World War III this last phase of the conflict unleashed in 1939 with the invasion of Poland by Germany and Russia generates a deceptive perspective that is part of the strategy of the collectivist bloc. Because the best way to defeat a superior enemy is to make it remain defenseless waiting for a conventional conflict that will never come, while it is invaded in an atypical way from outside and from within.
The defenders of the free world are completely deceived by the enemy trying to find the closest thing to a conventional battlefield in a conflict that has been defined as radical and profoundly different from all others. They are tilting at windmills, persuaded that they are the mythological giants against whom the future of humanity is being decided. And they are not giants but dwarfs who distract the attention of the allied quixotes so that their former collectivist enemies can defeat them without firing a single shot.
No. Terrorism is not the characteristic form of confrontation in World War III. Because that war as such does not exist. The proof is that its effects, from the war point of view, are ridiculous, in spite of the disproportionate echo they achieve in weak Europeanized societies. Terrorism in itself will never succeed in invading and dominating a Europeanized society, because it is not a strategy of military success but, on the contrary, a demonstration of military impotence used as a distraction by the powerful propaganda of the collectivist world. Terrorism is a thermometer of how weak the society it attacks is and of its propensity not to defend itself.
The limited use of force in the Vietnam War, which led to the defeat of the most powerful nation on Earth, was a direct consequence of American social weakness. Internal political affairs, a morbus gothorum light, were strongly conditioned by public opinion (in the Visigothic kingdom elected by the nobles), easily manipulated in the age of globalization and information thanks to the control of the media, prevented the use of all the force of which the USA was capable and with which it would have obtained victory without any doubt. The result was that, thanks to the pressure of the conglomerate of indiscriminate solidarity and the division of American society, the Vietnamese lost their freedom and prosperity.
The Witiza Error was decisive for a more powerful army to be defeated by a weaker one. But in the case that we are going to describe below, the two armies did not even face each other.
General Franco was dying. The only non-communist European dictatorship since the end of World War II was coming to an end and the unknowns were as overwhelming as when a Visigothic king died and the supporters of the different factions prepared to fight for power. Spain’s social weakness was extreme. So extreme that it was taken advantage of by its Maghrebi Mohammedan neighbors (again Visigothic Hispania) to occupy Western Sahara without firing a shot.
On April 29, 1975, the Saigon government fell and the defeat of the most powerful army on Earth was consummated. Barely six months later, on November 5 of the same year, King Hassan II of Morocco announced that, the following day, they would occupy Western Sahara. It was a decisive year in the History of Humanity, but not because the most powerful nation on Earth had allowed itself to be defeated by an inferior army, but because an unprecedented tactic was going to be tested with devastating success.
The situation in the USA and, especially, in Spain in those years was very much reminiscent of what happened to the Visigothic kingdom in July 711. When the Muslims entered Hispania, the Visigoths were, as usual, locked in an internal power struggle that kept Roderic and his army quelling a rebellion in the north. During the communist onslaught in Vietnam, the USA was divided by the same tension that had been generated in Europe by the social democratic antidote and that on both sides of the Atlantic led to a Witiza Error that unnecessarily prolonged the Cold War. But in Spain things looked much worse, given that it was in a situation of maximum political weakness due to the death of the dictator and the decisive support of the USA and France for the Kingdom of Morocco.
King Hassan II did not announce that his army would occupy Spanish territory, but that unarmed civilians would do so by means of a peaceful march. The Green March. And that was the substantial difference with the American case in Vietnam and with the invasion of the Visigothic kingdom. In the Sahara there was no military confrontation but rather the Spanish social weakness was exploited to the maximum by simulating a migratory wave. And Spain simply refused to defend itself against a group of unarmed civilians. Why? Well, because international public opinion, the allies and the European and Europeanized countries would not tolerate the use of force of arms to stop the force of non-arms.
The migratory waves across the Mediterranean, from Libya or Morocco, the small boats, the great march of refugees from the Near East through Turkey encouraged from within the EU by a faction of “Christian-social Goths” or the caravans of Central American migrants towards the US border through Mexico (there is always a through) are replicas of the Green March now suffered by those who in their day did not condemn it, the European and Europeanized countries led by the US and France. Replicas of the “Green March” such as that of “Refugees Wellcome”, which placed the EU before an unprecedented political crisis and nine months later the British decided to abandon it in a referendum, while the anti-indiscriminate immigration parties, called populist, identitarian or Europhobic by the pro-immigrationists, reached levels of support unthinkable only five years earlier.
The new neolithic invasion is carried out through the Green March principle, exploiting to the maximum the social weakness that, encouraged from within by the Witiza Error, prevents the use of all available power to defend the remnants of the dissidence-loyalty model that survive in the neofeudal Europe invaded by waves of “unarmed civilian volunteers”.
The Green March was the rehearsal of the strategy that dominates the current confrontation, but it was not the beginning of that confrontation that only in the free world is called World War III. It served to evaluate the level of weakness that societies based on the dissidence-loyalty model can reach when it is denaturalized by means of simple information manipulation, propaganda and the concealment of data typical of a neo-feudal structure.
If in Poland the blitzkrieg, “lightning war”, was successfully tested, in the Spanish Sahara the weichkrieg, “soft war”, was tried with no less success. The latter is much more difficult to perceive as a real war because it is an unarmed confrontation, based on inducing the defenselessness of the enemy, sustained by the Witiza Error of the social democrats, considering that the Mohammedans of today, like those of the 8th century, can be safely used to obtain power in the scenario of a contemporary morbus gothorum.
The Visigothic Kingdom, Germanic and profoundly European, overthrew itself. Now it is not a kingdom that is at stake, but the denouement of the end of the Neolithic world. Armageddon. A real war, whose consequences will last much longer than the eight centuries of Mohammedan domination of the Iberian Peninsula. A war that began in 1939 and has not yet ended. It is the new and last war of the 100 years in its final phase which many call, to confuse the enemy who would defeat them if they were clear about the terms of the conflict, World War III.