Sep 22, 2015

Suicide by Refugee: Europe’s Refugee Crisis

via Nationalist Alternative

Germany is embarking on a program of misplaced compassion, exacerbating Europe’s refugee crisis, which will result in future chaos and trouble for the continent in the future. The Syrian refugee crisis is giving people in the West a prime opportunity to showcase bleeding heart morality and prove that no price is too high a price to pay to outdo each other in public demonstrations of virtue.
A top German official said his country could take half a million refugees a year “for several years,” even as some critics questioned Tuesday whether generous asylum policies serve to entice more migrants to make the dangerous trek to Western Europe.
Compassion is a virtue, if tempered with cool headed logic and emotional detachment from decision making. Rather than taking a step back, and discussion the ramification and feasibility of a refugee program, the media has been pushing a highly emotional angle, trying to get people to act based on their hearts rather than their minds. The apex of this emotional manipulation was the publishing of photos of a drowned 3 year old Syrian boy, Aylan Kurdi, who despite peoples assumption, wasn’t fleeing immediate danger. The family was living in Turkey for some years prior to the fateful trip.
Ms. Kurdi, speaking Thursday in a Vancouver suburb, said that their father, still in Syria, had suggested Abdullah go to Europe to get his damaged teeth fixed and find a way to help his family leave Turkey. She said she began wiring her brother money three weeks ago, in €1,000 ($1,100) amounts, to help pay for the trip.
It was not that the boy died, which is the take home message the presstitutes are pushing, it is that they were going to Europe. We can be sure, that if this family weren’t leaving Turkey to go to Greece, but were leaving Turkey to go to Saudi Arabia, this wouldn’t be news. How many children have died in Syria, in Iraq, in Afghanistan as a direct, and indirect result of our wars and meddling in the region? How many killed in the Gaza strip by our “ally” Israel (who of course aren’t as open to taking the refugees)? We don’t see these, nor does our media care, as they don’t have the political mileage that a family seeing refuge in Europe does. Greece is one of the major gateways into Europe, and struggling with refugees as it is, and the message here is that White nations must open up.

In Greece, the coast guard said Tuesday its patrol vessels picked up nearly 500 migrants in 11 search and rescue missions over the past 24 hours in the eastern Aegean Sea.

The goal is to open up Europe to the third world, and the current crisis provides a good opportunity for the anti-white brigade to ramp up the program to demographically bust Europe and undermine homogeniety.
Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas.
He told the House of Lords committee migration was a “crucial dynamic for economic growth” in some EU nations “however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states”.
Though Mr Sutherlands call was back in 2012, Goldman Sachs is pushing again to wage war on Europeans.
Sutherland told RTÉ radio 240,000 immigrants flooding into Europe each year is not an economic burden on countries such as Germany and the United Kingdom.
On the contrary, he said, a quarter million or more immigrants a year represents an economic and social benefit for Europe, Britain and Ireland.
“Governments have to lead by giving the positive news that migrants are good for a community, economically and every other way rather than constantly expressing them as a burden because they are not really a burden,” Sutherland said. “Within a very short period of time they contribute positively to the community in which they live.”
Sutherland cited studies he said demonstrate the economic benefits of mass migration into Europe from Africa and elsewhere.
As a result, Europe is being asked to permanently demographically transform itself. Nations can recover from bombings, from plagues, but demographic transformation through mass immigration and assimilation is forever.

The dangers of unchecked intake of refugees

Columnist Andrew Bolt asks, where are the women? 71% of the refugees are men, and estimates are that up to half aren’t from Syria. Are many of these people perhaps not refugees, but migrants seeking to pass themselves off as Syrians, to gain entry to Europe? Are some of the Jihadi’s, ISIS fighters smuggled in?
The Syrian operative claimed more than 4,000 covert ISIS gunmen had been smuggled into western nations – hidden amongst innocent refugees.
The ISIS smuggler, who is in his thirties and is described as having a trimmed jet-black beard, revealed the ongoing clandestine operation is a complete success.
“Just wait,” he smiled.
Why wouldn’t ISIS, who has declared war on the West, take advantage of Europeans naivety and blindness, and exploit their compassion to bring the war to European soil?


Why the West can’t help

Western intervention in foreign conflicts has been disaster after disaster since Vietnam, since, coincidently the counter culture revolution. Putin has made mention of the West’s inability to impose its standards because of a failure to deal with the cultural and national characteristics of the region. This is likely revealing a greater truth.

The West has adopted a moral and cultural viewpoint which is now vastly different to the rest of the world. Liberalism, Political Correctness and self-hatred have led to a Western world which no longer values its own culture, not longer believes in looking after ones own race or ethnicity, and places mercanitlism over the nation, over the people. We have a Western world which values self destruction. How can we, who reject religion as backwards, who reject traditional values, who reject ethnic loyalty and favouritism possibly hope to understand, let alone help beleaguered nations in the Middle East? While we may be willing to shout down as ‘racist’, any Australian who might dare suggest that our homes should be for our own people and not foreign investors, much of the world doesn’t share the view that sacrificing your own for abstract idealism is desirable. They don’t place the same value on “free markets” or on “democracy”, and we are constantly surprised when they choose to be run by their own, than a puppet “democratic” government.

So the Europeans opening the wallets and homes of the working class to house refugees, don’t understand what the Syrians (and Pakistanis, and Afghani’s, and Iraqi’s, and Kurd’) who are entering want in a society. By sacrificing the future of their nation for a temporary game of virtue one-upmanship, they are demonstrating the very ideal, the very thinking which is leading to these failed foreign interventions in the first place.

A people who consider self destruction a virtue, cannot be expected to help a people who are fighting self destruction.

The war with Syria

The migrant crisis isn’t just used for culture busting, it is also being used to promote war.
Warmongers in government and the media are perversely but predictably trying to conscript Aylan’s corpse into their march to escalation. They are contending that Aylan died because the West has not intervened against Syria’s dictator Bashar al-Assad, and that it must do so now to spare other children the same fate.
Um, no, Aylan’s family were Kurdish refugees from Kobani who had to flee that city when it was besieged, not by Assad, but by Assad’s enemy: ISIS.
The USA has been wanting to depose Assad for years, having failed at previous attempts due to Russian intervention and protests back home. The Syrian refugee crisis as coincided with increased media discussion of the evils of the Assad regime, and the need to topple him.

Robert Lindsey writes;
It’s hard to imagine a more depraved, wicked and vile foreign policy than US foreign policy in Syria. The bottom line is that the US, along with Jordan, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Canada, is supporting Al Qaeda and ISIS against the Syrian government.
Our policy in Syria is also completely insane. We are bombing ISIS, although the bombing does not hurt them very much. But at the same time, the US and its allies have waged all out war on the two main groups that have fought the hardest against Al Qaeda and ISIS – the Kurdish militias and the Syrian state. The greatest successes against ISIS have been by the Syrian government and the Kurdish militias.
And;
Bottom line is the US is supporting Al Qaeda in Syria and we have been from Day One. It’s hard to think of a scummy and filthy foreign policy that supporting Al Qaeda, but that’s exactly what we are doing. It is absolutely disgusting.
Turkey, on the other hand, appears to be directly supplying and harboring ISIS. Every day, scores of trucks containing ISIS forces, supplies and weapons head across the Turkish border heading straight for ISIS territory. The Turks simply wave them on through. Furthermore, Turkey serves as a huge rear base for ISIS where they have training camps, de facto bases, rest and recreation areas, medical facilities and supply depots for supplies and weapons. Turkey has done absolutely nothing whatsoever to shut down ISIS’ rear base areas inside Turkey. Bottom line is Turkey is ISIS’ biggest supporter. The US knows this and does nothing whatsoever about it.
Turkey is not just supporting ISIS, but taking an active role in the demographic war against Europe by smuggling refugees into Europe.

With Russia involved militarily in Syria, defending the Assad regime, and with the West, including Australia seeking to use military power against the same regime, how long before an ‘incident’ occurs which could spark a war with Russia?

The handling of the refugee crisis, the multiple failures in trying to raise the standard of living of those in the Middle East and Africa which has resulted in ISIS taking root, Libya used as a conduit for thousands of immigrants seeking to swarm Europe, instability and civil violence, the political manoeuvring moving us closer to war with Russia are all symptoms of a leadership which has lost the plot.

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