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  • ross1948 22:21 on February 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Alparslan Celik, , , , , , , murder of pilot, , , Tusk   

    Wake Up, Europe – Sanction Erdogan and Expel His Fifth Column! 

    So while the pinkos are still shrilling about UKIP’s tv critique of the deep and undeniable threat Turkey poses to every country in Europe…


    • Cameron and Erdogan (1)

    “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”  ===

    Bravo, UKIP -Turkey Is A Menace! 

    …EuroCommissars are ‘declining to confirm or deny’ this report. That gives us a clue or two.

    The leaked minutes reveal typical Islamist contempt for ‘heathen,’ and their content entirely fits the character of the enemy in Ankara,where Tusk and Juncker met Erdogan on 16th November. Turkey’s Erdogan threatened to flood Europe with migrants1

    “We can open the doors to Greece and Bulgaria anytime and we can put the refugees on buses …” It also quoted him as demanding 6 billion euros over two years. When Juncker made clear only half that amount was on offer, he said Turkey didn’t need the EU’s money anyway….”


    • syria-rebels

    Happy recipients of Western funding


    • No, what this swine needs is not largesse but a LESSON – if the West can pour millions into arming Syrian Islamist ‘rebels,’ it can as easily do the same for the Kurdish separatists in Erdogan’s neo-caliphate. After all, thanks to recent events, Kurds now command widespread sympathy across Europe, Erdogan’s machiavellian manouevres seen as base and brutal  Kasihan Kobane! Erdogan…Echoes of Warsaw 1944? 

    Mining the Turkish coast could be useful too, but would take time.

    However, an immediate step would be for Europe to declare solidarity with Russia, adopting the sanctions Putin imposed after that plane was downed and a prisoner of war murdered by Erdogan’s fan-club.

    Russia demanded that Turkey arrest Celik and try him for the killing of the Russian pilot, as well as for being a member of an unlawful armed group. Ankara ignored the demand and he has continued to give interviews and travel freely in Turkey and across the border into Syria.  Turkish fighter who bragged about killing Russian pilot 


    © Ruptly

    Murderer Alparslan Celik – uncharacteristically naive, the Russians, to imagine, even for a moment, that Turkey would behave like a civilised country


    What a contrast, too, the muted response to that murder from the capitals of Europe, after the – wholly righteous – outcry after the murder of that other brave pilot, the Jordanian burned to death by ISIS.


    The Turkish leader was also quoted as telling Juncker, a former prime minister of tiny Luxembourg, to show more respect to the 80-million-strong Turkey. “Luxembourg is just like a little town in Turkey.”

    Actually, Turkey’s population could be increased to a little bit more than 80 million!

    If European countries, especially Germany, were to return unassimilated, ungrateful Turkish migrant workers…Deutsche Welle: ‘Many Turkish hearts in Germany beat for Erdogan …his fanatic faithful who have no place in civilised countries, –   –  who are overtly indifferent to civilised values..


    out with them

    Who’s going to provide employment or welfare for the bums!

    Whilst a measure of schadenfreude may be in order, given Tusk’s chickens coming home to roost in Poland –  Ewa Blasik, the wife of a Polish military officer who died in the crash, also told press the Tusk government “repeated lies, which had been written in Moscow”  https://euobserver.com/foreign/132154 and given Juncker’s record of arrogance and deceit, let’s turn our thoughts to Cameron the Cur..

    david-cameron kneels
    Has Cameron forgotten? No requirement for men to wear headscarves!


    We await any announcement Cameron may make, retracting this sordid aspiration.


    And we watch the skies!  


  • ross1948 22:07 on June 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , , Paris London, , Tusk   

    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



    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


    Viktor-Orban-006 Viktor Orban


    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!)


    • ————-
    • 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
    • ………………………

    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.


    • elite arrogance-s
    • ———————————-
    • 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.


    • ===================
    • Anti-communism
    • ========================
    • 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.



    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.


    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…


    Banlieue burningsharia-law1


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

    • Yuri 08:59 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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