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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Muslim Migrants - Go Home

Remind me how many Syrian refugees were allowed into Saudi Arabia.
That's right, I remember now. The number is 0 and it begs the question, what do they know that we don't? After all, the Syrians are their fellow Arabs.



A British view

America has been concerned with the Muslim migrant crisis both at home and because we see it chewing up our allies. The British took the BREXIT step to change the situation. Other Europeans see rise of populist leaders amid anger over economy and the  migrant crisis

Italians will vote this coming Sunday on a series of sweeping reforms, the outcome of which could determine the future of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s rule - but also serve as a gauge for the rising populist movement throughout Europe.

If Italians reject the reforms – which are basically an unofficial plebiscite on the prime minister – Renzi has vowed to step down, setting up a caretaker government and the chance for the populist comedian-turned-politician Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement to take power in the next election. Some ask whether a comedian would make a good leader. Others contend that anyone but a career politician is a step in the right direction.

The catalyst for change is Muslim savages from Africa and the Middle East, which the Italian government are allowing to remain with an open door policy. WHY (I hear you cry)? The answer is that I don't know. Europe/NATO can build safe spaces for them in their filthy sewers-style cities back home. They can give the savages Bibles and toothpaste and set up tent cities.

Italy’s situation is a microcosm of what is happening across Europe, where the political establishment is being challenged by a slew of conservative populist politicians, who are riding the same anti-establishment anger that earlier this year saw the United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union and the United States elect Donald Trump as president.

Mirroring both the campaigns of Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders in the U.S., Grillo and his Five Star Movement have gained a large number of followers by harnessing Italian anger at political elites and frustration over slow economic growth. Unlike his fellow populists throughout Europe, however, the ideologically-elusive Grillo has not played into national identity politics the way that more conservative leaders in places such as France, the Netherlands and Austria have.

France, Austria Germany and the Netherlands are also poised for a shift from liberal policies to more conservative approaches to --- just about everything. The migrants lighted the fuse and now we simply need to watch it play out. The question of whether those nations are willing to save themselves from savages has yet to be determined.


7 comments:

  1. I suspect that the conservative ground swell seen in the UK and now the US will stem the tidal wave of muslim vermin swamping European shores.

    Germany and Sweden have seen up close and personal what savage barbarians do to their civilized citizens, and those savage barbarians assume that their newly found cultures will embrace their savage barbarian behavior.

    That would be wrong, apparently. We'll see, however. Maybe the Italians will pull their heads out of their assholes and figure this out. Maybe not, however. Have you ever used a public restroom facility in Italy? It's just a hole in the floor with two wedges on each side to prop your feet on. With a hose nearby.

    I suspect they may actually welcome the savage barbarians; makes them wistful for their medieval past.

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    1. I have spent time in Italy and while it's true that some of their facilities are more primitive than others. The Four Seasons Hotels in both Milan and Florence (Firenze) do have both sit down thrones and bidets, to keep the woman in your life minty fresh. The savages just wipe with their left hand, while eating with their right.

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    2. http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/737493/Jean-Claude-Juncker-EU-referendum-voters-choose-Leave-eurosceptism

      More on Austria's potential to leave the EU and fear from Brussels of a FREXIT as the French become sane and work to rid themselves of savages in their midst.

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  2. I may be wrong, but I get the feeling Europe's increasingly dissatisfied with the savages. It'll go hard for them when the fuse hits powder.

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    1. They need to move out the undocumented and those without legal right first while building walls. It would be good to live in a unicorn/rainbow world where that is not necessary but barbarian savages will always be true to their nature.

      Europe is re-learning an old lesson.

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  3. Now the U.S. needs to do more to stop the insanity.
    I am going to share this in hopes it might wake up one liberal.

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    1. With allies like New Great Britain, New France, New Austria, possibly New Italy, I think that we can roll back the tide. I think of the newly announced choice of General James Mattis as SecDef as along the same lines as putting Charles Martel in charge. The Mohammadens need to be rolled back into their own turf and they need to solve their problems at home, themselves. Allowing human lice to over-run Europe and to a much smaller extent, the USA is a huge mistake that will end badly.

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