Invasion of Europe: The ship is going down
The Kübler-Ross model of trauma describes the emotional pathway for any European with an interest in protecting the continent his forebears created from the perfidy of national leaders whose actions will breed him and his children out of existence.
First there was denial: surely Angela Merkel couldn’t be so stupid as to sink the European ship?
Then came the stage known as bargaining as people thought they would settle for some restrictions on numbers so long as the tidal wave was stopped.
And now we are at enforced acceptance: the tidal wave will not stop – so get used to it – with Jeremy Corbyn, for example, calling for the UK to take similar numbers as Germany.
If you feel like you didn’t vote for any of this, that’s because you didn’t. Your opinion isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. It’s people like George Soros who are making these decisions. Your job is to shut up, pay taxes, and learn to get on board with this new round of social engineering and ethnic cleansing.
But now that it is obvious to anyone with a functioning brain that – hand-wringing apart – the fix is in, it is interesting to observe how career politicians are talking now that the dust is settling on the new reality.
Because talk is all that they will do. We are at the tipping point. And once we get over that, the ship is going down, make no mistake.
The French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, for example, has managed – albeit belatedly – to get an intellectual handle on what’s going on: the refugee crisis is destabilizing Europe.
Now, he does not mean what you and I mean by Europe: our countries, nations, languages and histories. He’s a Bilderberger so he has at least a mid-level understanding of the actual plan and doesn’t care about any of the things the people who vote for him care about. He means the Union of European Soviet Socialist Republics; the Brussels oligarchy in other words.
The Guardian writes: ‘He said a message to refugees that said “Come, you will be welcome” provoked major shifts in population.’
His grasp of the obvious now it is too late to do anything about it is impressive.
The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, said Europe was close to breaking point: “We need to get a grip on this issue in the next six to eight weeks.” But, he went on: “No one wants to kill Schengen, but if it is only a fair-weather system then it cannot survive.”
Geert Wilders is described by the liberal press as a ‘far-right’ Dutch politician. This means he has stayed roughly where our grandparents were while everyone else was processed by Cultural Marxism. Wilders has called for the invading, marauding males to be locked up in asylum centers and for the safety of Dutch women and girls to be put first. What a novel idea.
This isn’t ‘far-right’. It is just right. But, we already know, it will never happen.
RT interviewed Hansjoerg Mueller of the Alternative for Germany party. Mueller said: ‘Germany now is somewhere at the edge of anarchy and sliding towards civil war, or to become a "banana republic without any government."
He went on: ‘Bavaria is the first region because we are affected the most – we are living on the border to Austria where the influx of refugees stems from. But the second regions of Germany where this happens are Saxony and Thuringia. First of all, they have also borders to the Czech Republic, that’s the first reason. And the second reason is that in former Eastern Germany people are still aware of what it is living in a dictatorship. They are feeling quite well that our so-called democracy is sliding more and more towards a totalitarian state.’’
Interesting and objectively correct words. But then Mueller does not hold any real power.
Donald Tusk, on the other hand – as chief apparatchik in the European Soviet machine – does have power. He now warns that we have only two months to get things under control. This means, of course, when after two months the invasion is only worse, we will be expected to accept the situation as fait accompli.
Tusk also has a holy reverence for the nonsense known as the Schengen Agreement and warned that if Europe fails to make the strategy work “we will face grave consequences such as the collapse of Schengen,” the 26-nation passport-free travel zone.
How complicated is it?
There is nothing holy about the Schengen Agreement – the UK is not party to it, for example. But European leaders talk about it as though it were somehow problematic to revoke it.
The Schengen is an idea. The invasion of Europe and the destruction of the ancient cultures within it, however, is very real.
If these were not ‘refugees’ but infantrymen (even ones without guns) arriving from – let’s say – North Korea, this problem would not have got to first base.
This is an invasion. But because it is dressed up in the garb Europeans fall for every time – the language of compassion – we are now in a state where European women cannot walk unmolested in their own streets or use public pools without being subjected to degradation.
Given the political will, this problem can be fixed in a five-minute conversation. It’s a group Skype call at best. The fact that this doesn’t happen belies the reality: the fix is in, and politicians like Valls and apparatchiks like Tusk are trying to distance themselves from the inevitable fallout. This is why they are saying things they think people will want to hear: not because they are going to step up and do what is necessary, but because they don’t want the coming chaos attached to their names.
The solution is obvious: stop ‘saving’ all the ships arriving in Europe; put officers with real powers on borders, and have anyone without a passport or other valid ID immediately ejected from the EU space. And border guards both at the peripheries of individual countries and the EU itself should be told in clear and uncertain terms what their job is: to protect what’s behind them from what’s in front of them.
If EU border guards’ pay was inversely indexed to the number of persons shown to have entered the EU illegally – and if internal police had equivalent motivations – this problem would be solved in a month.
If there is a genuine case for asylum – based on the existing legal framework – the place for that discussion is on the border of the EU, not within it.
Pretending to address the problem
Germany has followed Switzerland in confiscating the assets of ‘refugees’ over a certain value – shown to be four-figure sums on average. This will do nothing other than ensure that the next wave comes with nothing, or has it sent over in parcels later.
The real causes for invasion lie with neo-colonialism and the banking cartel which drives it – ‘philanthropists’ such as Soros – and NATO’s genocide against Libya and the murder of Gaddafi – who was holding back the population floodgates for us.
NATO has no compunction about killing people in very large numbers when it suits the bankers’ agenda. The fact that Europe’s military is pussy-footing around now that we actually need soldiers to do their only legitimate job – defend our borders – suddenly everyone is Albert Schweitzer. The case is so plain, even 16 year-old German girls with no previous interest in ‘politics’ are getting it.
Anyone who suggests taking effective action is labelled ‘far-right’ by the liberal media which panders to those whose intellects are bypassed by means of emotional trigger-words such as ‘compassion’.
But the motif of the ship is a fair one. When a ship goes down there are never enough lifeboats. Sailors are trained to beat off with violence those still in the sea once the lifeboat is full. If they do not – everyone dies. This is real compassion.
If there is a silver lining in this tale of corruption and perfidy it is this: the liberal’s catch-all justification for his crimes against his own people – that of pleading ‘compassion’ – is no longer beyond criticism. People have had enough. Wanting your family and your culture to survive does not make you evil.
This is not a game; it is deadly serious. And if the helm cannot be wrest from those bent on taking the ship down, it’s time for those with the wit and the means to make a quiet move for the exits.
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