As I have said before, silence in the face of evil is consent to it. This also applies to action. Inaction in the fact of clear, gross evil is consent to that evil.
This story is becoming very common throughout Europe, where gangs of Muslims savagely attack Europeans with no motivation other than their pure, unbridled hatred for all that is good and ordered in this world, and attempting to turn their environment into the cesspools which they crawled out of. That said, and as the article notes, why did nobody help this person while he was being attacked, but just looked on and did nothing?
The answer is that they are scared of the Muslims.
Sadly, the modern European is not even a shadow of his ancestors. He as become weak, effeminate, and lazy. He hates Christianity because the Faith calls him to be something better than what he is, and it establishes standards, rules, and laws. But he is NOT afraid to attack the Faith because the people do not stand up for the FAith as they should, and when they do the government prosecutes them for it.
Islam on the other hand is the epitome of savagery, as it places beatitude in the bestial and perverse. Yet Europeans will submit to Islam’s demands out of fear because they are weak and they are too scared to defend themselves.
If Europe wants to survive, then it must re-embrace its Catholic past. This means all aspects of the religion, including the militant parts of Christianity that nobody wants to speak about. Indeed, Christian militarism in a true theological and practical sense is the temporal hand of justice giving the wicked their just due for the peace and order of society.
Until that happens, Muslim savages will continue to run amok and exact their damage to society in broken lives and social anarchy, as cowardice masking itself as egalitarinism is a philosophy for the weak-willed and selfish fool who proclaims his own greatness but then cowers in the face of evil.
What first was just an uncomfortable situation, drastically went bad. “The men – I think they were all Eritreans – wanted to shake my friend’s hand. One of them gave him his hand. My other friend didn’t want to and he said: “Go away.” That’s when the tense situation completely capsized. F, said: “They just pounced on him, they beat him and they kicked him from all sides.” The 17 year old Swiss tried to help his 19 year old friend – “that’s when they beat on him as well.”
Then F., her girlfriend, and the 17 year old, had to helplessly watch what happened next:
“They threw our friend on the tracks, they kept kicking him, they picked up rocks from the tracks, and they beat him with the rocks, his head, everywhere.”
What then happened, F. can’t fully remember. “We were in shock.” But she can remember certain details clearly: The train to Lenzburg arrived, the people on the platform – all of them witnesses of what just happened – entered the train. “I couldn’t get in, we weren’t complete, and then the doors of the train shut again, it left”, she says. “I remember how I more than once told one young couple that was just standing there, to call the police. But they just turned around and didn’t do anything!”
“I am totally shocked. Why did no one of all the people standing around do anything?” Her mother says: “it just shouldn’t and couldn’t be that a person wouldn’t even call 117 (It’s the Swiss 911, and by the way, in Switzerland you can even dial 911 and it will automatically direct you to 117) when something like this happens! Is everybody just looking the other way?”