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  • ross1948 5:58 pm on July 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    A Nation, United, Can Never Be Defeated! Bravo, Czechs! 


    Andrej Babiš, photo: ČTK/Šimánek Vít

    Prime Minister Andrej Babiš

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    Bravo to the Czech PM, who spoke not only for his own people but for all the countries in Europe facing the migrant menace, when he said that taking in more asylum-seekers was a “road to hell.”

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    Imagine – hard  to do, admittedly – if May were to talk such sense!

    Comrade Corbyn would go nuts.

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    That old curmudgeon Cable would orchestrate his LibDem lot into shrilling fury.

    Scots separatist Sturgeon would echo that and add that she’d take in as many diseased aliens as want to come.

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    She’s done it before, with her deplorable response to Nigel’s wise words.   Nigel Farage: ‘We don’t want immigrants with HIV’

    Not so in Czecho!

    Opposition parties unanimously backed the government’s decision at the weekend, saying the only possible solution to the problem was to tighten EU border protection and solve the migrant crisis in the countries of origin… 

    Czech PM says accepting more migrants is “road to hell” for Europe

    What we have to ask is WHY, in the lands that lived through another hell on earth, communism…

    ….there is so much patriotism, while in Western Europe we are seeing the reality of Merkel’s pretend conversion to common sense, which nobody in their right mind believed – the figures speak for themselves, read in the context of that famous German efficiency.

    While deportation orders in Germany are up 17 percent, the number of migrants who have actually been sent to their home countries is down to just 4 per cent

    German Authorities Fail to Track Half of Migrants Set for Deportations …

    …and the double-talk from Muppet Macron,

    France will not open migrant processing centers: Macron

    Why the difference between the lands that were long enslaved and those that never suffered under communism?

    My own favourite theory is that the overtly totalitarian nature of marxist rule – and the concomitant media/school indoctrination programmes – engendered a deep resistance to brain-washing.

    In contrast, the ostensibly democratic nature of the Western nations has made that process almost simple.

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    The minds of the young were, and still are, multiculted from primary to higher education levels…

    Bravo, GillesFrench MEP Exposes NEW EUSSRSchool Brainwashing!   

    …and adult dissent gradually restricted, an ever-expanding put-down of whatever is part of the nation’s way of life, to the extent that now even Christian preachers get jailed for quoting Holy Writ…

    Christian preacher wins £13k after wrongful arrest

    …while even a critical comment https://www.newsweek.com/richard-dawkins-bigotry-allahu-akhbar-tweet-prompts-debate-atheist-islam-1028487 about an imported creed provokes outrage. .

    In Italy this month, it was decreed that even telling people who don’t belong in your country that they are not welcome was proscribed as ‘racism!’

    Italy’s High Court Too Needs A Dose of Impeachment! 

    The forces long sedulous in efforts to wreck Western Europe’s identity are toiling too in the East European lands…

    Soros Renews Attack On UK – Hungary Hits Back! 

    … but sedulous though they are, both governments and peoples are as one in their resistance.

    What do you think?

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    • Abel Beaumont 8:39 pm on July 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think you have summed up the problem very well.
      Solving it is more difficult, without revolutionary action.

  • ross1948 10:07 pm on June 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Why Is Eastern Europe So Much Smarter Than The West? 


    Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia…signed a memo saying No to Commission proposals on asylum-seeker quotas….They said one reason is because the Commission went against EU leaders, who decided, in April, on a voluntary scheme.  https://euobserver.com/tickers/129207

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    Once again, this story got me pondering why that belt of brave countries in East/Central Europe so often seems to show more guts than those in the Western part of the Continent.

    Hungary’s Orban, in a related report, summed up the kind of common sense that’s needed, when he made light of Commission criticism of his anti-migrant fence. He said national leaders, not EU institutions, are responsible for borders.  “Borders must be secure. They must be defended by the state. Full stop”, he noted. https://euobserver.com/institutional/129209

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    Viktor-Orban-006 Viktor Orban

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    Orban, of course, is a hero to many outside his neck of the woods, but note too, this report on Donald Tusk, who is working cheek by jowl with the Commissars. He’s Euro-President, no less, but remains responsive to his roots in Poland, whence he hails  ( one might wish the same could be said for Cameron!)

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    • Tusk was pushing for an agreement on proposals to relocate 40,000 migrants across member states to be taken by consensus while Juncker insisted on decisions being taken by a qualified majority vote. The two presidents also disagreed over whether the scheme should be voluntary or mandatory.    https://euobserver.com/political/129312
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    Juncker never takes the side of democracy, and rarely if ever fails to seek advantage for ‘asylum’ bludgers. He epitomises the treacherous elite that emanates from Western Europe’s left-lib lairs and thrives in the maw of the Brussels Empire.

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    • I’m not discounting those Italians who are raising hell about their effete government’s supine acceptance of the bludger hordes, and of course plenty of French, Germans, Dutch and Belgians too understand what’s being done to their countries. 

    But their political establishments rarely reflect the indignation of the threatened indigenous population. One sometimes has the impression they only show spirit, on occasion, on account of electoral risk.

     

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    • Anti-communism
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    • The Iron Curtain – the real one, not the wise metal fence Budapest has ordered for its southern border, which the cultural marxist media has risibly dubbed an ‘iron curtain’ – is surely the answer.

    The Magyars, the Poles, and all those peoples who suffered enemy occupation for forty or more years after WW2, place high value on their national identity. They suffered under aliens and alien puppets and do not want more aliens descending on them now.

     

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    But more than that, there’s the the indoctrination which is a feature of Western European society! Naturally, indoctrination was part of everyday life in the Soviet bloc, but there, engrained resistance was also ever-present. Parents were fully aware of the lies and spiritual degradation foisted on their young.

    Short of taking out an entire older generation, the Reds couldn’t neutralise that.

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    Mind you, Orban isn’t correct in his every pronouncement, as when he averred that, while these unwanted ‘foreigners are a threat to Hungary’s identity, “Big countries don’t understand us because they don’t have this feeling of danger. If you have 60 or 80 million people, instead of 10 million, there’s no danger…” 

    Alas, there is.

    Even before the present crimmigrant tsunami, settlers unwilling to assimilate to the countries they chose to settle in have caused no end of troubles. The banlieue mayhem in France, the savages swarming British streets…

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    Banlieue burningsharia-law1

     

    ALL Europeans, East, West, Central, need to act in unison to defend their heritage. .

     
    • Yuri 8:59 am on June 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Why smarter, because more experience, like you say.
      When you lived in belly of the beast. you never want to live there again.

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