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Thursday, January 28, 2016

"Europe is at war"


The ex-president of the Czech Republic explains that Europe is at war in this subtitled video worth one minute of your time:



This travesty is, in large part, Angela Merkel's fault for throwing open the doors. What is wrong with that woman?

Germany now:

Residents Flee Pool After Migrants Masturbate Into Jacuzzi, Defecate In Kid’s Pool, Invade Girls Changing Rooms

and

German government admits it cannot account for 600,000 of its 1.1million Muslim “refugees”

and

Germans Battle Refugee Sex Assaults With Signs, Cartoons.


Screen shot from that last link:


This kind of forbidden sign is needed in 21st Century Europe? Really?

With thanks to Baysider for the video below:


Just a few years ago, could many Westerners have imagined that all this would be happening in the 21st Century West?

We Americans should consider how unimaginable the situation in Europe has so rapidly become before comforting ourselves by proclaiming, "This kind of thing could never happen in the United States!"

Never say never.

Related reading: Islamic State setting up terror training camps in Europe, police agency warns: The terrorist group is planning more mass strikes on the continent and could recruit vulnerable refugees to carry out attacks, Europol report said.

62 comments:

  1. I just found this (dated January 27, 2016):

    Migrants stab German father, who has to flee onto frozen lake with his infant. Ice breaks.

    “In Hamburg at the Lohmühle Pond (Eißendorf) two foreigners attacked a 24-year-old man and chased him with his infant nearly into their death. Around 22.30 clock local residents heard the cries for help of man and the rescue service was called to the place. Police first tried to pull the man with a lifeline to the shore. A little later a diver from the fire brigade were able to save the 24-year-old.

    The 24-year-old father stated that he fled the attackers late Monday night onto the ice. The baby, who had to be revived by rescuers, is located in the University Hospital Eppendorf in the ICU. The father was hypothermic and had multiple stab wounds, police said on Tuesday.

    According to his statement, the man walked with his daughter when two unknown men attacked him. The men demanded money and phone from him. Since the man did not have money or phone with him, the men attacked him with a knife. …

    The attackers are described as two men of about 30 years old; one of them is 170 to 175 cm tall, has dark hair, spoke an “unknown language” and was wearing dark hooded jacket with fur trim. His accomplice is about 10 cm higher, also has dark hair and spoke no German.”

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  2. What is wrong with Paul Ryan who allowed
    to be included:
    On top of those autopilot admissions, which will be funded throughout all of 2016, the House is also funding the President’s plan to add another 10,000 refugees from the Muslim country of Syria.

    As a result, Ryan’s House-passed omnibus will bring in nearly 300,000 Muslim migrants in the next 12 months alone, including roughly 170,000 who will be permanently resettled within the country.

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    1. Make no mistake, whatever they're calling it now, they will all be permanent.

      The multi-billion dollar, taxpayer-funded migrant-importation lobby is too powerful.

      If Trump wins, crap like this, TPP and H1B and H2B visas will be the reason why.

      DC and their Global Corporatist masters are selling our nation out from under us and displacing us in our own homes.

      I hope they knock Ryan out in the primary.

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  3. Merkel and the rest of the European 'leaders' are criminally-insane. Do they really loathe their culture that much?

    Unfortunately, the former Czech Republic ex-President is wrong.

    Europe is NOT at war.

    Europe is in full-scale, prone-on-the-floor, legs-in-the-air, belly-up surrender.

    As always, classical liberal Pat Condell is spot on. Idiots who advocate for more muslim immigration have lost all moral standing to lecture others on anything.

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    1. Apparently our Congress loathes America and our culture as well. Throw in more and more Americans as the indoctrination is almost complete. Did I ever think I would live to see this day? No. We lived in the best of times. Finis

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    2. Bunkerville,
      It does look as if the West's best days are over. I'm including American in the dire statement.

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    3. SF,
      The political leaders and academia have certainly surrendered.

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  4. There is only ONE sensible solution to ALL forms of Islamic Aggression. and that is a UTILITARIAN solution –– a FINAL Solution:

    DIDADIN

    Detain
    Intern
    Disempower
    And
    Deport
    Islamaniacs
    Now

    D-I-D-A-D-I-N!

    Those who would be kind to the cruel are sure to be cruel to the kind."


    "Those who expect to reap the blessing of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."

    ~ Thomas Paine (1737-1809)

    DIDADIN!

    However illegal, impolitic, inadvisable, unconstitutional, un-American, immoral or impracticable others claim it to be we should maintain a position of absolute intolerance for a Muslim Presence in OUR world.

    When the Handwriting on the Wall sends a clear, uncompromising message, and STILL we fail to heed its stern warning, we DESERVE to be ECLIPSED.

    FACE IT: Either it's DIDADIN or BE DAMNED.

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    1. FT,
      As you know, any hint to that effect is a no go. Its political poison. Donald Trumos's suggestion for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration is his unforgivable sin as far as most candidates or in-office politicians are concerned.

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    2. Egg-ZACK-Lee!!! And that is why there is nothing left to do but FIGHT to the DEATH or LAY DOWN and BETRAMPLED.

      When those who are elected and assigned to protect us steadfastly refuse to do so, because they have allowed themselves to become paralyzed by Political Correctness, La Commedia et Finita.

      All this talk we indulge in is worthless, UNLESS we are willing to give up everything we have in the way of comfort and security, –– as our Founders did ––, and FIGHT to the DEATH for our right to be free.

      We won't, and so we richly DESERVE to DIE.

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  5. 9-11 terrorists trained in Hamburg --
    muslim 'cells' in Virginia - learned of this from a blogger who intimated that he was threatened - 2008 - blog exists no longer--

    I remember women having to cover their heads in "Christian" churches--
    Women shackled to jail cells -1920- for peacefully marching for the right to vote--(terrorists at Gitmo are treated better than our women were back then) --
    The Christian church has a lot to answer for-- and the weakness it is showing now toward muslim tyrants is reprehensible ..

    C-CS

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    1. CS,
      Good point about where the 9/11 terrorists trained. Hamburg is a hotbed of jihadists.

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  6. There is a problem and it should have been anticipated. Any time you have a large group of single young men with no employment you run this risk.

    So how do you deal with it?

    One thing you can do is sensationalize it and encourage violent confrontation which generally comes to no good and accomplishes nothing.
    Look at two new sources. One the Geller/Spencer crew who are the only ones reporting the sensationalized story. On the other hand is BBC/Guardian who seem to be reporting a more believable case of an incident at a public pool that involved groping and complaints. No masturbation, no defecation or any of the more sensationalized details that Geller is prone to.

    So which is correct and does it matter?
    I think it does matter because Geller is trying to incite to a more violent confrontation while the responsible British press sees a problem that is soluble.

    Myself, I would take pains to inform the migrants that this is not their culture and they are going to have to get used to liberated women. The migrants adjust to us rather than vice versa. If there is a repeat of groping or a more serious felony, they're gone.
    It can be handled. The sensationalism is a route to failure and tragedy.

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    1. Duck,
      Try to get past your antipathy toward Geller and Soencer, and think about the mess that Germany has right now.

      Try doing some reading at this site:

      Http://librabunda.blogspot.com/

      If necessary, use Google Translator,

      The arrests in Germany has been few. According to one report, an order was given to erase the recordings made on New Year's Eve in Cologne. So as not to upend Merkel's immigration folly?

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    2. PS: Z also has some information about what's going on in Germany. Her stepchildren has been sending her some communiques.

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    3. "Any time you have a large group of single young men with no employment you run this risk." A nice, Marxist supposition not anchored by facts. Character, upbringing, culture - whatever you want to call it - matters. I contrast the low crime stats of large groups of male Haitian immigrants with the high crime stats of similar native demographic in American urban centers.

      Now, since the local authorities wrote details of defecating in the pool in their internal documents, I suspect there is more to the story than the BBC, also very agenda driven, reports.

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    4. "There is a problem and it should have been anticipated. Any time you have a large group of single young men with no employment you run this risk."

      Non-Muslim "any time" examples, please.

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    5. Beamish,

      You won't get an answer from Ducky. He lost too many feathers in this debate.

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    6. Well, I expected another non sequitur anyway..

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  7. @ Ducky: "One thing you can do is sensationalize it and encourage violent confrontation ..."

    Blame the victim, eh?

    Those women deserved being groped and raped on New Years Eve because of their scanty dress and "loose" behavior, right?

    If you really think that Geller lady is causing outrageous criminal acts by muslim men in Germany, you are seriously delusional.

    News in Europe, especially Germany, is tightly controlled, much more so that here. We saw evidence of that thanks to the New Years Eve muslim rapists.

    The government tried to hush it up. I thought you liberals were opposed to that.

    As I said earlier, you lefties have lost all credibility and you have no right to lecture anyone about rights.

    The way Europe solves this is through mass deportation.

    Western nations get together with the US and the rich gulf states and we build more refugee camps with food, sanitation, hospitals, schools, etc. Lots of land over there.

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  8. According to the WaPo, Sweden is now considering mass expulsions:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/sweden-to-deport-up-to-80000-asylum-seekers/2016/01/28/1707fbb2-c59f-11e5-b933-31c93021392a_story.html

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    1. According to the above article, other countries besides Sweden are considering mass expulsions.

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    2. Good. I pray every nation over there wakes up and spits out the poison before it kills them.

      Jan Sobieski is turning over in his grave along with Charles Martel.

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  9. One reason that some news may not be coming out of Europe (dated January 26, 2016):

    “You tweet too much” about refugees, the Dutch are told by police

    Dutch police have been visiting the homes of people critical of asylum centres on Twitter, urging them to delete posts.

    It was thus on a Monday, in the town of Sliedrecht, that Mark Jongeneel (28) got a very disturbing phone call. His mother was on the line, worried that two policemen were looking for him, but would not say why. As Jongeneel told the Dutch daily NRC Handelsblad, the police came to his office and told him: “You tweet too much. We have orders to ask you to watch your tone. Your tweets may seem seditious.”

    In Sliedrecht there had been a citizen meeting about a refugee center in the region. At the end, Jongeneel had posted a few tweets. One said: “The College of #Sliedrecht comes with a proposal to take 250 refugees over the next two years. What a bad idea! “Earlier he had also tweeted:” Should we let this happen?! ”

    In recent months, police have visited the homes of many more people that criticised the plans for asylum centres....


    More at the above link.

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    1. It is precisely such tactics European governments have been using to keep the people in line.

      Anyone remember the good old days when self-described, so-called "liberals" were vehemently against such government iron-fist tactics?

      I'm telling you, it's all going to explode.

      The American left/African Americans have already exploded for their own legitimate reasons, and working class-middle class America is a lit fuse, as are many in Europe.

      Our "leaders" have failed us, all over the globe, here at home, and on every level. In another age, they would all be burned out of their home, executed or running for their lives by now.

      The work is wrecked and so is our nation, and it is the DC Establishment's fault. People are pissed and who knows where this goes.

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  10. On CNN this afternoon (short video):

    Man with guns, Quran arrested at Disneyland Paris.

    A man in custody said that he had the guns for his own protection.

    A woman accompanying the man fled the scene.

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  11. In one sense Ducky is right: "There is a problem and it should have been anticipated."

    Bat Ye-or makes it easy to see how and when it should have been anticipated in her excellent book, Eurabia, the Euro-Arab Axis.

    She begins "Knitting the Threads" together in the 1950's with a Franco-Arab alliance. De Gaulle and the Arabs align to form a strong team to counter-balance America's influence and France's humiliation (they were excluded from Yalta, remember). There was a lot of hostility toward America in France at that time from commies and pro-nazi sympathizers which helped fuel this. (And yes, I've read years ago elsewhere about how France and Arab league groups in the '50's agreed to let Arab immigrants keep their own ghettos and pretty much remain untouched by French cultural and - to some extent - legal influences.)

    In the mid-70's the European Committee for Coordination of Friendship Associations with the Arab World boldly began to publish Eurabia. The European side of this cabal had 200 parliamentarians from Western Europe. They sought a "joint political will" with Arabs. The weapon used to turn Europe against the U.S. and Israel can be spelled out in 3 letters: O-I-L.

    At some point in the 70's demands were made to stop calling the refugees from the Arab war to expunge Israel "refugees" and start calling them "Palestinians."

    The EAD (Euro-Arab Dialogue) group aimed to 1) get modern warfare technology into Arab hands and 2) masses of muslim immigrants into Europe who would not assimilate but remain attached to their countries of origin. The Hamburg Symposium of 1983, e.g., made proposals to 'assimilate' migrant workers without them adapting to the customs of the host country. But they’d be protected by those laws and customs in ways Europeans headed the other direction would not be.

    Before long Palestinianism and Judeophobia became the Eurabian Cult that gave this alliance emotional traction with masses beyond academe and parliament.

    You can see where this is going, right?

    This broad brush summary is painstakingly documented in her book. So painstaking that it's a slog to read. But highly recommended.

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    1. Baysider,

      Excellent summary. This is why I've always laughed when people here dilate over "trans-Atlantic friendships." It's balderdash.

      Europeans despise and resent us. The Trans-Atlantic partnership has always been a forced marriage of convenience. It stuck in their craws and chafed their pride that we ended up playing such a large role in WWII and then in the Cold War.

      So, as you detail, France cut off its nose to spite its face and made a pact with the islamist devil, and now they are being sodomized by him.

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    2. Baysider,
      How few understand the realities which Bat Ye-or explained!

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    3. Silverfiddle,

      America can be blamed for not sticking around in post-war Europe long enough to introduce them to Western Civilization.

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    4. Let's face it: They're weak sisters. Had in not been for us and left to their own devices, the Soviet Union would have owned them all after WWII, all in the name of peace and solidarity, etc.

      I try to hold some hope in my heart for them, but I think they're cooked. Native Europeans don't breed and they have multiple generations of muslims cranking out babies like bread from the oven, many disaffected, more coming in...

      I continue to ask the question: Name one city, state, nation, region, whatever that improved as the muslim population increased.

      Lebanon is an example of the opposite.

      The best Europe can hope for is to be on the level of Turkey...

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  12. We don't have time. Sweden doesn't have time. Deportations must happen now, not in several years. In several years Europe will be engulfed in transnational civil war brought on by an unrelenting Islamism. The low grade conflict will erupt as WW III - a bloody mess which the world has never yet experienced.

    We... don't... have time. The EU has begun an auto-digestion process, albeit they are not yet fully aware of it.

    Angela Merkel is stark raving mad. So are her hidden cohorts.

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    1. Prince,
      We don't have time.

      That's right. We don't have time.

      What's happening across the Pond is headed our way -- and sooner than most think. Critical mass and all that.

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    2. As I said above to Beamish, although I cling to a thread of hope, a rational analysis says Europe is cooked.

      No place has been improved by an increasing muslim population. Look at Lebanon.

      The best Europe can hope for is a managed decline and hope they can become a large Turkey.

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  13. Here... Ducky, Ducky, Ducky!

    Where did the Beantown Bolshevik go?

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  14. It's just stunning to me that these EU countries thought they could wholesale import these people and not have these kinds of problems. I've been aware of their savagery now for at least 20 years. Breathtaking. To the point that the people facilitating such things like merkel and those idiots in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, need to be subject to serious consequences.

    And why is that woman smiling in that red X cartoon?

    All these countries are guaranteed a massive increase in offensive and defensive violence - The last thing a libtard wants right? Then you got lesbians in Denmark protesting Denmark confiscating the assets of worhtless moslem vermin because their welfare programs won't stand up to the strain. Do they not know moslems takes homosexuals up to a roof and toss them off? The mindlessness of all this is off the charts.

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  15. I can't add anything but the personal information from my stepson. FaceBook is now a place where people have been closed down for stating their opinions about the refugees...and not hateful opinions, just facts.
    https://youtu.be/ZjBKYDEJDJk

    That video may be mentioned above, I don't know...but it's a MUST SEE. A young German girl tells her truth.

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    1. I'm so pleased you took the time to watch her; she speaks for many Germans, but so sweetly and poignantly. The younger generation really does love the traditions, the cleanliness, the beautiful character of Germany...and they see very well what's arrived and what's still coming....demands, attacks, an economy crushed under the load of money they'll be spending on these people, and trying to find the 600,000 young refugee men who've disappeared into the communities...it's frightening.
      The refugees are being arrested for urinating and defecating in public pools with little children in them!
      They tell people "we're here, you had to take us, and we want good stuff!"
      They won't take used bicycles or the wrong brand of cigarettes and throw them back in the peoples' faces.
      It's so much worse than that, too.

      There are some who sincerely are trying to fit in; I'd have thought they'd get the others in line....This is uglier than any war that ever hurt Germany....

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    2. Z,
      There are some who sincerely are trying to fit in; I'd have thought they'd get the others in line.

      Not gonna happen! Too much chaos amidst the migrants, some of whom are frauds (that is, not actual refugees).

      I hope that you step family in Germany is managing to escape the worst of what's going on over there.

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  16. We Can Never Go Back to Manderley Now

    Should I care if I get cancer
    In this wretched, troubled, world
    Where all seems swiftly headed towards the rocks?

    Since we live with devolution,
     Marred and poisoned with pollution
    Cancer gives us absolution,
     Since our kids don’t care enough to wear their socks.
     
    As towards The End we're whirling
    With flaming batons twirling,
    And last night's dinner hurling towards the rug

    And no one seems to notice
    As they take positions lotus
    To escape the awful bother,
    Despite demur from failing father,
    To remove the dreadful stench, at which they shrug

    And each, emaciated limb
    Grayish, pale, translucent, slim
    Flailing in St. Vitus' Dance
    Keeps death watchers in a trance
    As with dead, unseeing eyes they watch and long
    With fading final song for their ultimate demise
    .
    I’d be grateful to have cancer
    It has given me an Answer
    In this wretched, troubled, world
    Where my life now lies unfurled
    Wherever I have travelled
    All behind me lies unravelled,
    And backward glances give me naught but shocks.
    As I see we’ve always headed towards the rocks.


    ~ FreeThinke

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    1. FT,
      We Can Never Go Back to Manderley Now.

      I know.

      My heart goes out to the young people whom I teach. They're going to have to make their way in a terrible world, aren't they?

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    2. And you accuse me of being dark and pessimistic??? ;-)

      I love that poem. Brilliant.

      History shows that humankind is condemned to learn the same lesson over and over, and learn them the hard way.

      Societal advancement and technological progress are stupifacients.

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  17. First a refugee differs from an immigrant in the sense that the refugee is forced from his home and hearth and life by circumstances outside his control and since the majority of these refugees entering Germany are from Syria, shouldn't we be helping order to be restored in their own? Instead the driving force behind the outside "assistance" has been to "remove Assad", as if he's the main problem to the restoration of order.

    Yes, I realize there's a zealous neo-con faction driving the bus here but they facts just ain't as they are portrayed by the lying demons of the captured western media today. But pretending that not providing "employment" to refugees is the crux of the problem is just another useless whiff at a ball that's not there.

    Why not just stop destabilizing the countries in the Middle East: Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria? Why not stop pretending that by destabilizing the country of Syria to "remove Assad" as the outstanding driving force of this episode and THAT has actually aided and abetted the expansion of ISIS or the latest incarnation of this primitive demonology?

    Does anybody think that the driving force behind the destabilization of the borders of Russia can end up on the plus side of the ledger? It's actually people like George Soros who have fingers in these pies especially the Eastern European "color revolutions" and in particular the Ukraine.

    But I wouldn't expect Ducky to advance this type of recognition of reality in Germany any more that I'd expect him to give a true unbiased evaluation of anything cultural that would depict an unvarnished demolition of the Marxian dialectic "from each according to his ability to each according to his need".

    Just mention the movie Atlas Shrugged or Ayn Rand and Ducky's feathers will fly, as if he's programmed to emote on cue.

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    1. Waylon,
      the driving force behind the outside "assistance" has been to "remove Assad", as if he's the main problem to the restoration of order.

      Assad is no saint. But removing him would bring more chaos than already going on in that region, IMO.

      Did the West learn nothing from the unseating of Saddam Hussein and Muammar al-Gaddafi?

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    2. Apparently no lessons learned, AOW.

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    3. Removing Assad, many believe, is nothing to the chaos if the Saudi Kings are deposed; I think it's not for nothing that past presidents have done all they could to keep that from happening. Sure, they supposedly support us (tho I'd like to see a true example) so we have supposed interest in their staying in power, but what will happen there if there isn't that iron handed control is frightening...and it won't stay there.

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    4. Z,
      I hear rumors that the House of Saud is in danger of falling. Apparently, there is a great deal of unrest in Saudi Arabia.

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    5. Z, Saudi Arabia is the state sponsor of Wahhabi Islam, an extreme form that is embodied in the words and actions of ISIS or ISIL or whatever the current label attached to them. Do you trust an "ally" in in any sort of action to curb this primitive brutality when that ally finances a like movement, and builds mosques around the world where this doctrine is taught?

      Are OK with American President bowing, scraping and kissing the ring or mouth of the Saudi king?

      Seems we've swirled a long way down the sewer away from the country envisioned in the minds of the Founding Fathers.

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  18. The problem may be a little closer to home than the refugee crisis in Germany. What if 65000 refugees from Syria were being fast tracked to come to the United States of America? What if the nine groups pushing to being about this bonus were actually contractors of the American State Department?

    Wouldn't it be wise and prudent to actually ask who really is the State Department of the United States of America? And just who are these fine folks?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htGSjN805wA

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  19. From a recent article in POLITICO. that hate-based right wing journal that preaches fascism on a daily basis:

    " ... When was the last time you stopped yourself from saying something you believed to be true for fear of being punished or criticized for saying it?

    "If you live in America, it probably hasn’t been long.

    "That’s not just a talking point about political correctness. It’s the central problem with our national conversation, the main reason our debates are so stilted and useless.

    "You can’t fix a problem if you don’t have the words to describe it. You can’t even think about it clearly.

    "This depressing fact made Trump’s political career.

    "In a country where almost everyone in public life lies reflexively, it’s thrilling to hear someone say what he really thinks, even if you believe he’s wrong. It’s especially exciting when you suspect he could be right.

    "A temporary ban on Muslim immigration? That sounds a little extreme (meaning nobody else has said it recently in public). But is it?

    "Millions of Muslims have moved to Western Europe over the past 50 years, and a sizable number of them still haven’t assimilated. Instead, they remain hostile and sometimes dangerous to the cultures that welcomed them.

    "By any measure, that experiment has failed...."

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/01/donald-trump-is-shocking-vulgar-and-right-213572#ixzz3yg9rEPR9

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    1. Tucker Carlson nailed it, didn't he, FT?

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    2. FreeThinke,

      Thank you for bringing this article to our attention. I am not a Carlson fan, but damn, he nailed it, top to bottom.

      That article will form a future blog post.

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  20. That video is something. She asks questions that need to be raised - and addressed - by those 3 x her age.

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    1. Baysider,
      I hope that others will watch the entire video. This is what it's like for German young people -- thanks to Merkel.

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  21. Can this be true? I suppose that it's possible. We are living in the Age of Mind-bloggling Weirdness.

    German feminist welcomes refugees: ‘Better rapists than racists’.

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    1. Liberalism is a mental disorder.

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    2. Agreed. Don't know how else to put it. That young woman may get what she 'deserves' but her countrymen don't! The irony, of course, being that the rapists are ALSO racists.

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