MERKEL CLINGS ON: German refugee deal with Greece saves Chancellor’s Job


Merkel haunted by the immigration issue (Picture: express.co.uk )

German Chancellor ANGELA MERKEL, whose leadership has been in deep trouble since the inconclusive election in September 2017, is continuing to cling onto her job as the fragile coalition she formed staggers from crisis to crisis. In the latest, a last minute deal with Greece that will see Germany send back migrants to Greece if they have already applied for asylum there allowed Merkel to escape a no confidence vote that could have forced her to resign.

The beleagured  Chancellor told a news conference today: “It’s good that we have got a result,” but Merkel’s Interior Ministry spokeswoman Eleonore Peterman added that she would not be able to reveal any details before the deal was formally signed.

Last week, the Ms Merkel struck a similar agreement on returning migrants to Spain, confirming a deal reached in June when her increasingly divided Government accepted it would take back asylum seekers whose “first entry into the European Union was Spain”.

The Greek deal would affect migrants entering via Germany’s border with Austria, enabling it to send the migrants back to the Mediterranean country within 48 hours.

The German government is also in “very advanced” negotiations on a similar deal with the Italian Government, and fully expects an agreement to be struck in the near future according to Peterman.

Last week, the Interior Ministry spokeswoman said last week that both Italy and Greece had made counter-demands on any deals agreed after announcing the breakthrough with Spain.

A pact with Italy would provide the biggest breakthrough yet in Angela Merkel‘s struggle to get a stranglehold on a migrant crisis that once again threatens to tighten its grip on Europe again.

The Italians are likely to be the fly in the ointment, having been at loggerheads with Brussels and several European allies including France, after refusing to take in thousands of migrants rescued at sea while demanding that others take them instead.

EU Flushes €1trillion Down Toilet – Achives Nothing

The Wall Street Journal has revealed the most outrageous waste of European taxpayers’ money yet by the Euronazi EU in its quest to fulfill the dream of a European Federal Superstate, a dream very similar to Adolf hitler’s dream of uniting Euorope under one flag.

The WSJ reports The EU Spent a Bundle to Unify the Continent. It’s Not Working.

The European Union has spent nearly one trillion dollars to unify the continent by delivering highways and trains into places where there were once gravel paths. In current dollars, that is over eight times the size of the Marshall Plan that rebuilt Europe after World War II. The EU has built airports and bridges, trams and swimming pools. It has repaired castles and medieval churches.

It hasn’t bought love.

To the vexation of European leaders, some of the biggest recipients of funding are now hotbeds of discontent, brimming with voters disquieted by the cultural and political pressures that have accompanied European integration, and threatening the bloc’s cohesion.

The biggest recipient of EU cohesion funds in mainland France is Nord-Pas-de-Calais, once an industrial powerhouse of coal, steel and textiles. In parliament, it is represented by Marine Le Pen, the French presidential runner-up who proposed France hold an EU exit referendum.

Many locals say EU funding was overshadowed by the disadvantages of membership, including the obligation to accept migrants from other EU nations. Blaenau Gwent voters favored Brexit by 62% to 38% to leave the EU in 2016. It was Wales’ highest “leave” vote.

The future of the EU still hangs in the balance, with divisions over refugees in particular driving wedges between its member states. If copious spending during decades of European optimism couldn’t revive fading communities or unite the continent, EU officials worry about what comes next. Rising nationalism is pitting smaller, eastern countries against larger, western powers.

EU funding can carry onerous rules and stipulations involving complex paperwork and restrictions on project types, irking recipients. East European nationalists allege that much of the money flows back to German and French construction companies.

Donor countries have soured on cohesion funds, too, partly because of alleged corruption among recipients. In Hungary, where skepticism of the EU runs thick, the bloc’s antifraud agency says $47.8 million spent upgrading street lamps through EU contracts awarded to a company once owned by Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s son-in-law contained “serious irregularities” that may constitute fraud. The son-in-law denies the accusation. Mr. Orban says Hungary no longer needs EU cash.

Who Gives, Who Gets?

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Member states that receive ‘cohesion money’ are unhappy because of immigration and other political strings attached to the money which they claim is a further erosion of their sovereignty. The donors are unhappy that because of the obligation placed on them by the EU, their money is going to other European nations leaving them strapped for cash to deal with domestic problems.

So far, since the signing in 2007 of the Lisbon Treaty, which effectively laid to rest the charade that the EU formerly EEC and Common Market was simply an association for economic cooperation between European nations, and transformed the European Project into a bid to politically unify the member states into a single political entity, the divisions between member states have been steadily growing, leading to the recent resurgence of nationalism across the continent.

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EU Stitch Up To Promote Euronazi Selmayr’s Is Typical Of The EU’s Contempt For Democracy

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The former Prime Minister of little Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker to ensure his chief of staff was installed as the new Secretary-General of the European Commission, in what one senior Eurocrat has called “an impeccably prepared and audacious power-grab” at the top of the European Union.

EU “Sounds Alarm” Over New US Sanctions On Russia; Germany Threatens Retaliation

Late on Friday (21/07/17), Congressional negotiators agreed to advance a cross – party bill that would punish Russia for its (alleged) interference in the 2016 election according to the Wall Street Journal. And while it seems improbable that President Trump would sign the bill if it reaches his desk, the loudest complaint about the bill to date has emerged not from the Oval Office, but from US allies in NATO and the European Union …

Fears Over Threat To Sovereignty Could Wreck EU European Army Plan

No they’re not Star Wars Imperial Stormtroopers, they are German soldiers assigned to an international peacekeeping force, showing how like Imperial Stormtroopers a pan European army might look (Image source)

Germany Threatens Sanctions Against Poland Over ‘Lack of Western Values’ (for Western read German)

Last year, Poland’s conservative nationalist Law and Justice party (PiS), led by former Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, captured both the presidency and parliament at elections in May and November. Since taking office, the party’s lawmakers have used their parliamentary majority to initiate a series of controversial legal reforms, causing concerns both at home and abroad, specifically in Brussels and in Berlin.


Europe’s Bank Crisis Arrives In Germany: €29 Billion Bremen Landesbank On The Verge Of Failure

… yesterday we observed a surprising development involving Deutsche Bank, namely the bank’s decision to quietly liquidate some of its shipping loans. Reuters reported, “Deutsche Bank is looking to sell at least $1 billion of shipping loans [a market sector] whose lenders face closer scrutiny from the European Central Bank.

BREXIT vs. GREXIT – The Truth About The European Union And How It Treats Members

The only thing that will halt the European Union in its tracks, stop the push beyond Europe’s geographical borders and prevent EU expansion to incorporate Asian, middle eastern and north African nations is war. Unless the testicularly deficient politicians stand up to the bean counters of Brussels. That’s what they are, bean counters; not one among them is a risk taker or a person who has advanced because of their willingness to put their arse on the line.

The Hypocrisy and Snobbery Of The Remain Campaign And The Antidote
When I had to defriend a Facebook contact because she was arguing in favour of the EU, it was not simply because I support Brexit that I had become pissed of with her, it was the snobbish and condescending way she dismissed supporters of LEAVE and their case. People are entitled to their opinion on the European Union, but they should check the ‘facts’ they post in support of their arguments.

Adolf Hitler, His Part In Our Downfall

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A thirty five thousand word book on the authoroitarian, undemocratic, bureaucratic dictatorship that is the European Union. Following the outburst of left wing hate politics following Boris Johnson’s reminder that the EU has its roots in Hitler’s Naziism, which as any intelligent person is aware is both true and very well documented. My blog colleagues and I decided to assemble this collection of our articles (with some long extracts quoted from public domain and creative commons sources) to help people misled by the REMAIN campaign into thinking the arguments are solely economic.

EU Vows To Use Powers To Block All Elected ‘Far Right’ Politicians From Power

… populist social conservatives are regularly topping the polls across the Europe, but have been victims of EU orchestrated stitch ups to keep them out of power and ddeny the democratic will, in France, Sweden, Holland, and now Austria – and anti-migrant populists are already in power in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic. Mr. Junker’s definition of “far right” is somewhat broad, noted by him previously describing Hungary’s conservative president, Viktor Orbán, as a “fascist”.

EU Vows To Use Powers To Block All Elected ‘Far Right’ Politicians From Power

… populist social conservatives are regularly topping the polls across the Europe, but have been victims of EU orchestrated stitch ups to keep them out of power and ddeny the democratic will, in France, Sweden, Holland, and now Austria – and anti-migrant populists are already in power in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic. Mr. Junker’s definition of “far right” is somewhat broad, noted by him previously describing Hungary’s conservative president, Viktor Orbán, as a “fascist”.

The Labour Case For Brexit by Kate Hoey M.P.

After my short intro is a savage indictment by Brexit supporting Labour MP Kate Hoey of the way the Labour Party has abandoned the working class and is now trying to betray the party’s proud heritage and its roots in the industrial areas by taking Britain into an undemocratic, corporate controlled, capitalist friendly, elite dominated globalist control freak project.

EU’s Bureaucratic Dictatorship Is Losing The Support Of The Most Loyal Nations

When the unelected bureaucrats of the European Union Commission decided, without consulting member states, to comply with the wishes of the warmongering rent – boy in The White House and impose sanctions on Russia, after Vladimir Putin ordered the annexation of Crimea (to prevent the US backed neo – fascist government in Kiev carrying out a genocide of ethnic Russians in Crimea,) the idiotic goons were as usual duped into doing Washington’s dirty work.

Cameron’s Hopes For EU Membership Reforms For UK Torpedoed By Tusk

David Cameron’s hopes of winning serious concessions on sovereignty, border controls, contributions, trade agreements, human rights and labour laws so he could claim to have won a better deal for Britain by the time the in / out referendum starts next year European Union suffered an early blow when European Council President Donald Tusk warned that reaching a deal would be “very tough” …

EU tiring of confrontation with Putin.

Huge reversal: the EU seeks a normal relationship with Russia. It seems that the EU is being greatly affected by the actions of Vladimir Putin in Syria: suddenly the EU President Jean-Claude Junker is saying that the EU must not let the US dictate their relationship with Russia.

Disillusionment With EU Grows as Swedish Support Slumps By 30%

A new opinion poll carried out on support for the European Union in Sweden has produced some shock findings as a massive turnround among Swedish voters probably due to mass immigration and migrant related crime waves in cities. From being one of the most solidly pro-EU member states, Sweden now has a substantial majority against membership of the EU.

Fears Over Threat To Sovereignty Could Wreck EU European Army Plan

No they’re not Star Wars Imperial Stormtroopers, they are German soldiers assigned to an international peacekeeping force, showing how like Imperial Stormtroopers a pan European army might look (Image source)

Why I voted for Brexit

I often get asked, As a Brexit supporter ca you give me one definite advantage of leaving the largest trading bloc in the world?

Well where do I start?

The question asks me to state the reasons why I voted the way I did but it is the wrong question all the same.

I voted for ‘leave’ but I didn’t vote to leave a trading bloc. I voted to leave because I had lost faith with the ability of the European Union to be able to successfully govern itself. There have been several tests of the EU governance model over the past decade or so and, in my opinion, the EU has failed almost all of them.

  1. The way that the EU treated Greece during their financial collapse was a salutary moment for me. I am not Greek, have never been there and don’t really have any intention to in the future, but the way that the EU put the interests of the German banks ahead of the outcome of the population was scandalous. A community of nations? Not a chance!
  2. The EU should never have allowed the Greeks to get themselves into the situation whereby their economy would go into free fall. Everyone knew the Greeks were fiddling the books, not paying taxes, running up huge pension liabilities etc, but nothing was done because the EU desperately wanted Greece in the single currency system and that political goal was more important that the welfare of the Greek population.
  3. Nothing ever is done to address real problems because the political goals (ever closer union, a single currency, an EU army etc. take priority, and that is the Achilles heel of the EU. Italy is in an equally parlous state: its banks are basically bust, tax avoidance is high and it has severe budgetary problems. Nothing will be done by the EU and they will do everything in their power to obstruct any action by the Eurosceptic government of Lega amd Five Star aimed at tacking the problem.
  4. The Southern European countries are all still suffering from a decade of zero growth Or negative growth), high unemployment and stagnation. I had a plethora of talented and skilled Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese, Greeks and Cypriots work for me in London. I know they are not coming to London for the weather or the food. They are coming because their economies have collapsed and they are unable to find work. A generation of youth has been failed.
  5. The failure to offer a coherent and viable approach to the migration issue of a few years ago was the final straw. Again the Southern European countries who had to deal with the huge influx received no meaningful assistance. They were (and still are) thrown under the proverbial bus.

These are just a few examples of some of the biggest failures of coherent governance within the EU and national governments. This is not sustainable in the long term, you cannot keep “kicking the can down the road”. Things need to fundamentally change but I do not have any faith the required political will is there.

Ultimately I took the view that the EU did not have the political will or capability to join too many disparate political views and requirements together. The Northern bloc, Southern bloc and Eastern bloc have economies and histories/cultural biases that will take generations to merge even if the political will is there. It isn’t. This doesn’t end well and I don’t want my children to be tied into an organisation that is not capable of running itself.

Now this is not to say that I think that life outside the EU will be easy for the UK. It won’t. I am also not saying that the governance model in the UK is exemplary. It isn’t and the London centric bias needs to be fundamentally reviewed. But I am taking the very long view and I think that when the day of reckoning comes for the EU, which it will unless the EU is able to fundamentally change the way it is run and operated, then the UK (and my children) will have built up a diversified and resilient trading capability with the whole world and not just the parochial view it currently has with the EU.

Clearly the above analysis is flawed if you think the EU is well governed and you feel that I have fundamentally misunderstood what has happened over the past decade.

 

Prominent Labour Brexiteer REVEALS How EU Will Try Last Minute Switch To Shaft Brexit

German born former Labour MP Gisela Stuart and a leading leave campaigner in the run up to the Brexit referendum,  now Chair of Change Britain, said member states will come in at the very end of the Brexit process to try and salvage some kind of free trade deal, Stuart said on the BBC’s The Daily Politics magazine programme.

She told presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn: “I have negotiated for 15 months with Barnier and that is a typical position.

“The member states come in at the very end and you will not have a deal until five minutes to midnight.

“All kinds of things which you thought were agreed or not agreed will raise their heads again.”

Remain supporting Labour MP Clive Lewis, one of the noisiest scaremongers who predicts catastrophe if we leave the EU on any terms other than those dictated by Brussels was asked if that reassures him.

He said: “No it does not because five minutes before midnight is not like ‘ooh you turn into a pumpkin’ it is queues at ports.

“That is not project fear this is the reality, you have got Jacob Rees-Mogg saying it could be 50years before we begin to feel the benefits of Brexit. My constituents have not got 50years to wait.”

Brexit hardliner Rees Mogg has said no such thing,  what he has said Britain is heading for a no deal exit from the EU, but why would anyone expect a remain supporter to be anything but a lying piece of shit. The whole Remain campaign was built on lies. Their biggest lie, and one of the most frequently repeated is that Britain cannot survive outside a trading bloc like the EU, which they claim is the largest such bloc in the world. Actually, its the only bloc of its kind in the world and it’s membership of 27 nations out of a total of 195 nations, most of which are doing quite nicely than you, suggests that EU membership is not a prerequisite for national survival.

During a phone-in on LBC this week, Mr Rees-Mogg said: “I think we are heading to WTO and I think WTO (World Trade Organisation) is nothing to be frightened of. I think we should carry on negotiating until the end. I don’t think we necessarily need the theatrics of walking away, but the truth is that WTO is likely to be all that they will offer us.”

In fact the trading terms for cross border trades observed by WTO members are not much different to trading terms between EU member states, but do not impose any ‘free movement’ or ‘open borders’ restrictions.

Brexit-supporting Fishermen Worried May Will Sell Them out After ‘30 Years of Torment


British fishermen fear Theresa the Appeaser May will sell out their industry to the EU, as Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier courts their European rivals in Denmark. It is outrageous, but typical of the Euronazis approach to negotiations that Brussels is making promises to EU member states about what they will be allowed to do in british territorial waters…

Trump Gets Tough after EU Threatens Taxes on Jeans, Bourbon, and Harley-Davidsons

U.S. President Donald Trump is adopting a tough on the European Union, after the Union’s unelected leaders threatened to impose punitive tariffs on leading American brands in retaliation for his attempts to protect the jobs of American steelworkers. “So now we will also impose import tariffs,” threatened Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the unelected European Commission, at an event in Hamburg, Germany.

Brexit-supporting Fishermen Worried May Will Sell Them out After ‘30 Years of Torment
British fishermen fear Theresa the Appeaser May will sell out their industry to the EU, as Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier courts their European rivals in Denmark. It is outrageous, but typical of the Euronazis approach to negotiations that Brussels is making promises to EU member states about what they will be allowed to do in …

Liam Fox Savages Labour’s ‘Betrayal’ Brexit Plan with UK in EU Customs Union
We’ve said it before and its certain all of us will say it again. If you lumped the whole of the parliamentary Labour Party together, they would just about equal the intellect of a retarded five year old suet pudding. Why would any sane person want to keep us in the EU customes union, which …

Europhile Tory Patten brands votes like Brexit ‘appalling and a sin against parliamentary democracy’
Former Conservative Cabinet minister ‘Lord’ Chris Patten has spoken of his ‘horror’ over Brexit and warned the EU was ‘devouring’ his party as Remainers rage, raged against the dying of the Europe projects hoping to block the flagship EU bill during the first day of a marathon 48-hour debate. Long time Europhile and elitist meritocrat …

Corbyn Comes Out: UK Can’t Stay in EU Single Market After Brexit
He’s been a lifelong opponent of the unemocratic, protectionist EU who has been held to ransome for a year and a half by the rabid remainmers in his party. now at last Jeremy Corvyn has come out of the closet and said there can be no half – arsed, half – in, half – out …

Why Brexit: A Reader Explains
In answer to the question “Why Does Britain Want To Leave The European Union” posed in a comment thread (in one of our other locations) a reader gave this explicit answer which is worth sharing as widely as possible. Why does the United Kingdom want to leave the European Union? David Reardon, M.A. International Relations …

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Why does the United Kingdom want to leave the European Union?
I worked for the European Commission, the administrative branch of the EU governing bureaucracy for several years, though I was not an official but an external consultant. On the way to my office in the Batement Jean Monnet in Luxembourg City every morning I would pass a large plaque, The words etched on it described the vision of Monnet, Coudenhove – Kalergi, Robert Schuman, Paul – Henri Spaak and others, of a Europe in which there were no French people, no Germans, Italians, Dutch, Belgians and eventually, as the community expanded, no Britons, Spaniards Portuguese, Greeks, Austrians, Swedes etc., only Europeans,

Brussels Foreign Affairs Chief Mogherini Still Wants Turkey to Join EU

EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini said in Malta on Friday that accession talks with Turkey have not been halted, following a Turkish referendum that gave President Erdogan dictatorial powers. Despite this rejection of the democratic principle all EU members are in theory expected to uphold, Mogherini still wants the predominently Islamic middle easter nation, to join.

Threat Of Major Scandal Prompted Early Election Move – UKIP
Leaders of the (UKIP) have made astonishing claim that Prime Minister Teresa May’s calling an early General Election was done to pre-empt a series of by-elections that could be called following alleged electoral fraud. Accusing the Conservative government of “putting party before country”, UKIP appeared to suggest the scandal and ensuing disqualification of MPs could rob the government of its slender majority.

Nigel Farage Swipes Back At Irrational, Screeching, Crazy Clinton
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Rebellion Against EU Authoritarianism Escalates As 8th Member Nation Threatens Referendum
Brussels went too far, they crossed the line in moving from an economic union to a political pan – European political empire. In the end it was a race as to which member state would quit first, Britain, Natherlands, Denmark or Italy. In the event it is Britain.

Is Brexit A Harbinger Of Doom For The ‘Experts’
The Brexit vote, the decision by a democratic majority in Britain to leave the European Union has sent shockwaves around the world. Not only does the EU now face a tsunami of departures, the usurpation of democracy by ‘experts’ ( technocrats ) has been challenged and exposed as a sham.

The Best Brexit Option

As the Conservative and Labour Parties tear themselves apart over Brexit, I frequently see and hear people in mainstream media touting as their preferred EU exit outcome one of three options. These are:

Teresa May’s Chequers proposal

A No deal Brexit

Scrap the referendum result and stay in the EU

Of these, the only realistic option is no deal, which, in spire of the forecsts of economic doom and the scaremongering of the Remain camp and the EU itself has been the only viable option since the day after the referendum, when EU officials including Jean – Claude Drunkard and Guy Verhofshit started talking about ‘punishing the UK’ for voting to leave.

As two prominent Leave supporting economists, Roger Bootle and Liam Halligan have recently explained in their newspaper columns, a “no deal” scenario is absolutely fine, it will not mean British companies cannot trade with the EU, but that in future we will trade under the conditions applying to members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

Those conditions are similar to EU conditions but do not restrict our ability to trade with non EU nations on mutually agreed terms rather than terms imposed by Brussels, and has the added advantage of leaving no residue from our current relationship with the EU, granting the UK freedom to determine its own domestic and international economic policy. Just like every developed country in the world, outside Europe.

There will be a cost to it to leaving in this way. Trading with the EU would not be as frictionless as it is today. There would be tariffs when selling goods to the EU averaging 3.5%. Exporters would have to register their goods before exporting and 2% of consignments would be subject to customs inspections at the border.

But the cost would be small and more than outweighed by the boost to trade with non EU nations freedom from EU bureaucracy will give. As Bootle pointed out, as WTO members the EU and the UK have treaty obligations to ensure frictionless trade. The practical increase in friction would be minimal. Economist Graham Gudgin and businessman John Mills estimated the cost of the additional obstructions to be around 1% of total UK-EU export costs.

Trading on WTO terms is a well-trodden path. We already trade with most of the non-EU world in this way and indeed, very successfully. More successfully than we trade with the EU, with which we have an enormous trade deficit due to our exporting industries being geared to trading outside the EU.

Other complications like flights could be agreed in a memorandum of understanding, allowing current arrangements to continue until alternative arrangements were made. The remain camp have tried to suggest British people will not be able to travel freely in Europe after Brexit. This is one of their most outrageous lies. I was just old enough to travel widely when we entered the EU in January 1973 and never found any difficulty in having to present my passport at borders.

In exchange for the small loss to our trade with the EU — the part that’s less important, is proportionately shrinking and on which we earn a huge deficit — there would be a large gain in regard to the non-EU part — the part that’s more important, is growing and on which we earn a substantial surplus.

After no deal, Theresa May’s Chequers fudge is the next best option, though worse that trying to reverse the referendum result at this stage, or remaining in the EU on unfavourable terms.

May’s half – in, half – out proposal is worse than EU membership, the only redeeming feature being it gets us out of the EU, which opens the possibility of acting unilaterally to sever remaining ties at a later date.

“No-deal” isn’t the best possible outcome though. That would be an FTA with the EU, similar to the one they have with Canada. Amusingly, the EU has already offered this and, in her bid to become a contender in the most incompetent Prime minister ever contest, May rejected it.

Talk about looking a gift horse in the mouth.

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Native Dutch Told to ‘Get Out’ if They Don’t Want to Be a Minority in Own Homeland

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Leaders of the DENK party, a Muslim supremacist group

Anyone native Dutch person who is concerned about the possibily of Dutch people becoming a minority in an increasingly ‘multicultural’ Netherlands should leave, according to the leader of Muslim extremist, pro-migrant party DENK.

Tunahan Kuzu (pictured above, right), whose founded-by-migrants, for migrants party wants to create a 1,000-agent ‘racism police’ to drive up prosecutions against people with “xenophobic” beliefs (i.e. anyone who doesn’t accept that Netherlands is an Islamic theocracy), made his controversial statement in a YouTube video earlier this week.

In a conversation about identity in the Netherlands, the Istanbul-born MP tells Turkish-origin YouTuber Ismail Ilgun: “When Dutch people see you as a foreigner, they are basically saying they feel superior and that you don’t belong.”

Calling for the tables to be turned, he said any native Dutch people with concerns about “the changing face of the Netherlands, where different people from different backgrounds live together in a city like Zaandam or a neighbourhood like Poelenburg” should “get the hell out”.

Famous for his ‘Hoodvlogs’ videos showcasing the exploits of Turkish youths in Poelenburg, a crime-plagued “problem district” of Zaandam where less than 30 percent of the population is Dutch, Ilgun was branded “scum of the earth” by Prime Minister Mark Rutte in 2016.

The Dutch have been one of the most tolerant and welcoming nations to both Indonesian and Turkish immigrants since at least the 1960’s, and from many other nations since, and look where it has got them. These bold as brass invaders can spout whatever hatred and threats they like without fear because all they have known is tolerance from the supplicant natives who have mostly been cowed into silence.

Europe used to be at the forefront of intellectual ability and innovation, while respecting the traditions responsible for such success. How did so many collective minds lose the ability to think critically? Was there a mind numbing virus that affected only indigenous Europeans? Was there a secret plan implemented that miraculously lowered the IQ of Europeans—after which, of course, they couldn’t figure out what happened? How does a continent persuade itself that it needs to die the death of cultural exitinction, and celebrate it with rainbow regalia? There’s a bit of angry buzzing from a few who realize they’ve been played for fools. The sort of frenzied buzzing one hears a disoriented fly make before the fly swatter silences it once and for all. The Russians, Chinese, Indians, Japanese—none have been as stratospherically stupid as Europeans.

Stefan Molyneaux posted a video of his conversation with Jared Taylor on YouTube about this very question. To make a long story short, they both suggested that the reason for this capitulation is that the West is a guilt culture, based on our dominant religion Christianity. The Christian churches have played on this for 1600 years.
“Jesus died on the cross for YOUR sins.”
“Tough, I didn’t ask him to.”

This policy of guilt tripping us worked until the nineteenth century when people started to openly question the nonsensical stories of Christianity. Just when we should have broken free of the tyranny of power addicted priests, along came Cultural Marxism and guilt tripped many of us about inequality. This guilt culture is very susceptible to outsiders who do not feel guilt as we do to take advantage of us. It can be seen all over Europe and north America.

Some see in Nietzsche’s writings an astute understanding of the political power of guilt. Those groups who harbor resentment towards those who have wealth, power, artistic excellence, end up hating them and wanting to take what the more affluent class have. What’s the most cunning way to revolt in a guilt driven culture? Not by using physical force against people who control the wealth, the police and the standing armies. By far the most effective approach is to undermine the fabric of society by accusing the dominant culture of victimising the minorities. Thus Cultural Marxism cold have been made to order for those groups whose members have not succeeded. The purpose of Cultural Marxism’s main weapon, politically correct thinking, is to make the successful feel guilty, immoral and unjust for succeeding and enjoying an affluent lifestyle.

The guilt induced must be profound enough to make those who have done well feel immoral for having what they do. They can be shamed into giving up what they have for the sake of the “oppressed.” A very crafty way to undermine those who have what you want, without having to resort to force. Just make them feel morally inferior and guilty, and their world is your oyster. Some see Nietzsche as prophetic in the way the PC progressives toss around morally loaded terms, and take on the role of modern Pharisees. Taking them seriously was a fatal error.

By saying “guilt-based society” they are talking about what controls people’s behavior. So for instance a shame-based society (the Middle East is an example of this) people are more concerned with what other’s think of their transgressions, rather than an internal moral compass that has gone awry. That is why they will kill a daughter or sister for shaming their family, while for a European or American that concept is barbaric. If I feel bad about stealing something from work, it comes about because I’ve internalized the concept of “thou shalt not steal,” and so feel guilty whether or not anyone knows about it. Of course we (Europeans and Americans) do feel shame, and of course Arabs and Asians do feel guilt to some extent. But the concept refers to which of these feelings tends to more strongly influence our behavior.

Obviously these are generalizations but this idea of guilt controlling us runs through our religion and some pretty ancient legends and beliefs. So the theory that foreigners learn about our tendency to feel guilty when we don’t live up to the impossible standards set by ‘the perfect human being,’ the fairy story character Jesus of Nazareth, and use that to their advantage. And if you think about it, it makes sense. Can you even imagine moving to Japan and then scolding them for being racist when they won’t hire you to work for the government? They wouldn’t care because for them racism is not something to be ashamed of.

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Sir Bill Cash makes BRILLIANT point about May’s Brexit sellout

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Long term opponent of the EU and prominent Brexiteer Sir Bill Cash expressed “deep disappointment” on BBC Newsnight yesterday at Tereason May’s betrayal of her country in presenting a Brexit plan that complies with all EU demands but offers no concesions from the EU on British demands. The plan was agreed after an all day cabinet meeting   at Chequers. Cash responded by claimed that “the law of the land” is not being applied.

Appearing on the news magazine show Cash, Conservative MP and veteran Brexiteer, said some very important questions have been raised by the statement the Government had put out.

He told BBC presenter Evan Davis: “First, does it meet the tests of the referendum itself?

He continued by making a point: “The Repeal Act that went through two weeks ago specifically says that the 1972 Act will be repealed on Brexit day.

“Now when it does that it quite clearly also says you can’t stay in the single market, you can’t stay in the customs union, you can’t stay in the European court.

“That’s what becoming rather disturbing.”