I have been so buried under school work that the alleged Muslim/Arab "terror attack" in Brussels has barely registered with me. However, I have noticed not only the usual chorus of hysterical Anglo and European voices screaming about how Europe is being destroyed by immigration, but I have also noticed new, formerly seemingly trustworthy voices joining the chorus. Some of these voices have been lately singing the praises of Donald Trump. From now on, I deem all such voices to be suspect. I believe I know the source of the angst of these voices: namely the realization that there is an inseparable link between the emergence of a multipolar world and the emergence of a multicultural and multiethnic society. This means the inevitable erasure of unequal access to material resources, the end of special privileges for a dominant group, and the emergence of a world in which each person will have to treat his neighbors with respect and learn to share and take turns.
Hence the "terror" temper tantrums we see. For the emergence of a world such as I have just described is an absolute horror to many people who have had everything their way for a long time, and who have been able to dominate all the other peoples of the earth. In their horror, the world's privileged people are punching themselves in the face in order to provide a pretext for what they want to do to everyone else, in a desperate bid to hold onto their position of unjust wealth and privilege.
It's a shame, really. For the wealth and privilege of those who have exalted themselves by oppressing the poor will come to an end, sooner or later. As for me, I am reminded of Psalm 146:3: "Do not put your trust in princes, each a son of man in whom there is no help."