Europe

Rue Britannia

newbritanniaWe’ve got a new word since Britain’s historic EU vote – BREGRET, which is Brexit + Regret.  Also the saying “Rue Britannia.”  I think Britannia has a lot more to rue about than second thoughts.

Why the regret in Britain over the way they voted?   Why go into a referendum not understanding the issues?  It’s unbelievable for such an important issue.

Despite having more knowledge at our finger tips than any other generation, the second top question in Google after the referendum results were out was “What is the EU?”

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4Here’s four things about the EU:

The Treaty of Rome enshrined the ‘four freedoms’, requiring the unrestricted circulation of goods, persons, services, and capital. It placed competition at the centre of the European framework. This capitalist utopia clearly involved more than a free trade area.

Much has changed since the 1970s, including the development of the EEC, with nine member states to today’s economic and political union of 28 countries.

Today’s Eurosceptics made four, interconnected, points;

  1. In 1973, the UK agreed to join a loose free trade area. There was no suggestion that they would otherwise suffer any loss of political and economic sovereignty, or be ‘ruled from Brussels’.
  2. Even this change in their national status demanded, as a matter of constitutional principle, that the British people be given a voice in a referendum.
  3. However, that referendum was fought on a false prospectus. The European project was, in truth, a much more extensive attempt by a metropolitan elite (in London and Brussels) to grab power for itself. So there must be a further referendum.
  4. The UK has a bright future outside the EU. Freed from the shackles of European bureaucracy, it will have the best of both worlds. On the one hand, European countries will be compelled to trade with them, because of their economic strength. On the other hand, they will be able much more easily to do business with Asia and the rest of the world.   Source: The case for Brexit: lessons from the 1960s and 1970s

Enoch PowellIt seems the Brits want their country back.  I hear the accusations of xenophobia – but what’s wrong with safeguarding borders, boundaries, rules and laws that are there for a reason?

In April 1968 British politician Enoch Powell warned of the dangers of “communalism”, and specifically of those caused by mass immigration.  Was he right?

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Good fences make good neighbours

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Pope Francis called Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border “un-Christian.”  That’s rich, coming from him.  The Vatican is a walled city state!

The current situation in beleaguered Europe shows us why nations need borders.  German Cabinet Official Gerd Muller said only 10% of the migrants have arrived from the Middle East and Africa.  Eight to ten million migrants are still on the way.”  He slammed the European Union for failing to control the crisis, saying the border-free Schengen zone has “collapsed.”

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“Lose security? Lose employment? SCHENGEN NO”

The Schengen Agreement was signed by ten European nations in 1985, removing Europe’s borders.  At the same time, multiculturalism was being imposed through immigration.  Do “ism’s” ever work?

Along with multiculturalism came political correctness.  No-one’s allowed to report on the multicultural elephant in the room.  Or the Islamic camel’s nose in the tent.

Of the million strong migrants that arrived in 2015, how many of them are genuine refugees?

RefugeesWhat is going to be done to protect the culture and the European people?  Boundaries are there for a reason – whether national or personal.

Boundaries are good, and they’re God ordained.  It is written “From one man God made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked out their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands. Acts 17:26

In the next verse we read so that they should seek the Lord, in the hope that they might grope for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us.” Acts 17:27

Even atheist China saw the link between Christianity and Western freedoms.  But it seems Muslims covet the gifts, but not the giver.  Are they going to seek the Lord, or will they demand their own way and seek to impose Islam on their host societies?

It’s obvious that not all religions are the same.  The Bible makes some interesting statements about religion and the land.  In Leviticus 18 God warns that if the land is defiled; he will punish it for its sin, and the land will vomit out its inhabitants.  In Psalm 68:6 we read that “the rebellious live in a sun-scorched land.”

Lets looks at the countries that Islam covers from above.

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What does that tell you?  The only green spot in it besides the Nile delta is tiny Israel.  It’s the only nation that’s democratic and not Islamic.  If it’s because of a lack of rainfall, then Israel should be just as arid. 

Here are some borders from around the world.  The difference between Haiti and the Dominican republic is another remarkable picture.  Haiti practices voodoo.

14 Mind Blowing International Borders From Around the World

Czech president: “It’s practically impossible to integrate Muslims into Western Europe”

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Czech President Milos Zeman

Originally posted by Fellowship of the Minds

 

Someone has the guts to say it out loud instead of blaming the victims of crimes committed by Muslim immigrants.

The president of the Czech Republic has claimed it is ‘practically impossible’ for Muslims to integrate into modern Europe.

Daily News reports that while speaking on local TV, President Milos Zeman also blamed the New Year’s Eve sex attacks in Cologne, Germany, on ‘Muslim culture’. Zeman is known for his fiery anti-migrant comments and has previously accused refugees ‘with iPhones’ of exploiting their children to get asylum in the EU.

Here’s what the Czech president said:

“The experience of Western European countries which have ghettos and excluded localities shows that the integration of the Muslim community is practically impossible. Let them have their culture in their countries and not take it to Europe, otherwise it will end up like Cologne (referring to the mass New Year’s Eve assaults on women in Germany and elsewhere). Integration is possible with cultures that are similar, and the similarities may vary.”

Zeman, a 71-year-old leftwinger and the first-ever directly elected president of the Czech Republic, has repeatedly spoken out against the surge of migrant and refugee arrivals in Europe.

Earlier this month, Zeman claimed the influx was masterminded by Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood which uses money from several states to finance it in a bid to ‘gradually control Europe’.

It followed controversial statements accusing refugees and migrants of risking their children’s lives crossing the Mediterranean in order to use them to secure a right to remain in the EU. ‘They[children] serve as human shields for guys with iPhones to justify the wave of migrants,’ Zeman said in an interview with a Czech tabloid in November. ‘Those hiding behind the children … in my opinion, do not deserve any compassion. They bring the children over in rubber dingys, knowing they might drown.’

Late last year, Zeman called the surge in refugee numbers ‘an organized invasion,’ urging young men from Iraq and Syria to ‘take up arms’ against the Islamic State (IS) group instead of running away.

More than one million migrants reached Europe in 2015, most of them refugees fleeing war and violence in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, according to the United Nations refugee agency.

But few asylum seekers have chosen to stay in the largely secular Czech Republic, an EU and NATO member of 10.5 million people, with the majority heading to wealthier Germany and other western EU states.  Statistics published in July last year, showed that only 409 people were seeking asylum in the central European nation, with some 3,100 refugees living in the country.

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Migrant Crisis: The Footage the Media Refuses to Broadcast

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Muslim migrants jihadis have Germany in state of seige

In my last post, I asked why we are not being told about the Hijra – which is Jihad by emigration, an Islamic invasion.  Here’s a clip that needs to be seen.

In this film, you will see migrants throwing rocks at Hungarians in Budapest, stealing food donations, refusing food and throwing bottles of water onto train tracks.  You’ll hear cries of ‘Allahu Akbar.’ 

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This migrant pushed his wife and baby onto the tracks

As for the migrant couple who appear to be threatened by the police, the video clearly shows the husband push his wife and baby onto the tracks.  The police are trying to lift them up.  You’ll see it at the 2:42 mark.  When I first saw this, I thought the police were threatening them!  No, the “refugee” did it for the photo-op, to make them look like “victims”.

Migrant Crisis: The Footage the Media Refuses to Broadcast

The majority of the “refugees” are young, fit and healthy males.  They’re aggressive, and angry.  Of the migrants who have crossed the Mediterranean, 69% were men.  Source UNHCR.

“Where are you from?” is the simple question posed by the legions of journalists, aid officials and volunteers who congregate along border crossings.  “Syria” still seems to be the most frequent reply. The UNHCR’s latest figures on Mediterranean Sea Crossings this year, which add up to just short of 500,000 by late September, put Syrians at 54%.

Four out of five migrants are NOT from Syria.

How many of them are truly refugees?  “This uncontrolled movement creates opportunities for people who are not refugees to try to have their chance,” admits the UNHCR’s Guterres. Migrant crisis: Middle classes on the move.

If they’re not all refugees, what are they?  Hiding in the crowd are men from Isis, who are crossing from Libya.

ISIS Threatens to Flood Europe and Elsewhere as “Libyan Refugees.”

This was planned.  The Islamic State published a document entitled, “Libya: The Strategic Gateway for the Islamic State.” The document exhorted Muslims to go to Libya and cross from there as refugees into Europe.

Quilliam, a counter-extremism think tank translated the document dated Feb 19th 2015.  It was little noted when it came out and was almost immediately forgotten. Here’s a link to their material: Translation and Analysis of IS Recruitment Propaganda for Libya.

This is evidence that this is a Hijrah, not simply a humanitarian crisis.

What does it look like at the front lines?

Hungarian bishop says pope is wrong about refugees

“They’re not refugees. This is an invasion,” said Bishop Laszlo Kiss-Rigo, whose dominion stretches across the southern reaches of this predominantly Catholic nation. “They come here with cries of ‘Allahu Akbar.’ They want to take over.”

The bishop’s stark language reflects a broader spiritual struggle in Europe over how to respond to a burgeoning flow of predominantly Muslim men, women and children onto a largely Christian continent.

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Muslim Invasion of Europe Says Bishop.

The Bishop is the Roman Catholic church’s spiritual leader for southern Hungary — scene of some of the heaviest migrant flows anywhere in Europe .  He said the Pope is wrong about the migrants being refugees.

It’s a pity the Pope can’t see what the Hungarian Bishop sees.  I hope the Vatican has got high walls.

 

Sept 11th ‘Act of God’ after Saudi Arabia’s offer of 200 mosques for Europe

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911 lightning strike, Mecca

On Sept 11th 2015 Saudi Arabia offered Germany 200 mosques – one for every 100 “refugees” who arrived the previous weekend. 

Source: Saudi Arabia offers Germany 200 mosques

Do the math and that’s 20,000 Muslim migrants pouring in on one weekend.  Hungary is saying “Europe’s borders are under threat.”  Croatia is saying “it can’t stop people arriving.”  Austria is being used as “a human corridor”.  We need to learn a new arabic word, besides ‘Jihad’.  This word is just as deadly; Hijrah – which is migration for the cause of Allah.  This is a religious act on their part.

“And whoever emigrates for the cause of Allah will find on the earth many locations and abundance,” says the Qur’an.  Europe, that’s your land and abundance.

What a kind offer Saudi Arabia made – to build 200 mosques in Europe.  In the cause of Allah.  How can that be reciprocated?

The response was swift.  On the same day the offer was made on Sept 11th, just days before the Hajj, a violent storm hit Mecca.  Lightning struck at the largest mosque in the world, toppling a crane and 107 died.

911 Lightning strikes Mecca

The Bin Laden group was blamed … but they claimed the crane had been installed in a professional way and went on to claim it was “an act of God”.

Now God gets the blame for a lot of natural disasters, but in this case I’d have to agree.  What do you think?

The Judeo-Christian God does not delight in the death of the wicked.  Rather, he wants them to turn from their ways and live. (Ezekial 18:23).  He is trying to get the word’s attention.

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There’s a biblical proverb that goes “They that sow the wind, reap the whirlwind. (Hosea 8:7).

Europe, close your borders.  I’m all for taking genuine refugees in – Christians and Yazidis fleeing Isis from the camps in Syria should go to the west.  We could all take some.  As for moslem migrants – it appears there’s plenty of space for them in Saudi Arabia, in the city of Mina.  But now we know why the islamic countries aren’t taking them.  Why aren’t we being told about the Hijrah in the media?

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