The Difference Between Insanity and Senility
From “Community Defined“ by P Atkinson (September 2007)

The difference between insanity and senility is the difference between the German nation in the 1930s under the rule of Hitler, when it behaved as a lunatic and the German nation now (circa 2007). It is vigour: a lunatic has energy and purpose, whereas a senile understanding has neither. During Hitlerʼs reign the German nation attempted to colonise the world, but now the German nation is unable to resist being colonised by other nations. This difference in the two states of the German nation is the result of the corruption of German tradition that has occurred since the 1930s.

A Definition of Communal Senility

Hence communal senility may be defined as the inability of a community to resist being colonised by unarmed invaders.