All the big new buildings of Christendom have them. I was just down at the new – almost complete – Salesforce Tower in downtown San Francisco, and the bollards are everywhere. Ditto for the new immediately adjacent TransBay Terminal, still a year or two away from completion. They’ve got bollards by the thousand there – it’s a huge building – ready to be installed.
The newly ubiquitous bollards are the beginning of the closure of the formerly open West.
In just the same way, all Medieval villages had town walls, and castle keeps to which the townsfolk could retreat when those walls fell before the assaults of the Mohammedans – or of the other barbarians whom the Mohammedan attacks on late classical trade routes and commerce enabled and fostered. If you were going to have a village that was worth a hoot, you had to have walls on it, and a castle on the heights above. So likewise, now, all the really snazzy buildings have bollards.
But bollards can’t work. I mean, bollards can prevent a truck laden with explosives from crashing into the lobby of a great skyscraper, sure. But they cannot prevent the entry of a man carrying those explosives on his back.
Which is going to happen.
The bollards, then, are just the beginning of the transformation of our cities forced by Muslim barbarity. As barbarity more and more destroys civil order, look for the return, not just of side arms, but of long swords, aye, and of men going about in company so as to protect each other and their dependents – death squads, as they are now called, or gangs. Look next for the return of vendetta, of feud – and then, yes, of feudalism, feud’s only effective salve.
Eventually, then – the logic of this is inexorable – the growing, ramifying contest between barbarity and civilization must end in a cataclysmic paroxysm: a Great Sortition of Men, that shall seek out and eject the barbarians among us; or just kill some of them, in numbers great enough that the rest all flee of their own accord, back to their homelands.