With the collapse of the Iron Curtain, and the flood of emigration that accompanied it, Western Europe looked over the wall in horror and stiffened. Because, you know, Yugoslavia may have been a pleasant place to summer in, but today's generation sees Bosnia as a moral volcano spewing impulses from Hell. Is it possible that these pleasant faces conceal such an interior? Could it be that tomorrow my neighbor will shoot me into a mass grave? Might it be that Central Europe is just a Trojan Horse chock full of such people?

-“The Virtues of Imperialism”