At what point did citizens demanding that their government protect its borders and culture from illegal invaders become a bad idea? At what point did governments and press corps begin to marginalize concerned citizens who are deeply concerned with preserving their way of life and call them xenophobes, Islamophobes, racists and worse? Where did this madness originate? A nation with no defensible borders will not long be a nation. Why is that fact a “far right” line of thought?
You could ask the Romans of the late 4th Century what happened to their nation. But they’re all gone now and their empire was long ago consigned to that proverbial dustbin of history. The impoverished Goth tribes who gained permission for entry across the Danube River in 378 A.D., by petition to the Emperor Valens, I’ll have you know, eventually sacked Rome in 408 A.D.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is on a sort of one-world Marxist crusade to bring as many Muslims into Europe as she possibly can.
Bring it on. And it is coming on.
Does Merkel not know the history of what befell the Romans? Is that possible? Or, perhaps she does know what happened to the Romans and she is trying to hasten the same fate for her own people in Germany and Europe, out of some deluded utopian Marxist desire for one world, without God, indivisible, with poverty and squalor for all.
New waves of Muslims are arriving in Macedonia – by the thousands – every day.
What will Merkel say? Bring them on.
And they will come on.
Meanwhile back in the U.S.A. Barack Obama has called for the importation of 10,000 Syrian “refugees” in addition to the hundreds of thousands of other Muslims who are already here.
And the Mexican border remains wide open.
BRATISLAVA: Thousands of people joined anti-migrant protests in three eastern European capitals on Saturday after leaders from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia opposed an EU scheme to fix refugee quotas.
In the Polish capital Warsaw, nearly 5,000 people, many chanting anti-Islamic slogans, marched through the city, an AFP correspondent said. “Islam will be the death of Europe”, one of the banners said.
Organisers claimed the demonstration drew 10,000 people but police refused to confirm the figure.
“We’re here so that the government hears our voice and abandons any plans to welcome Muslims,” shouted one of the organisers after starting the march with prayers which identified the participants as Roman Catholics.
Members of far-right fringe parties and football supporters chanted “Poles against migrants” and “Migrants today, terrorists tomorrow”.
Another thousand or so joined a “Welcome refugees” rally in favour of hosting migrants in Poland, a strongly Catholic EU member state which has a population of 38 million and has seen hardly any newcomers arriving, despite Europe experiencing its biggest movement of people since World War II…
“Far Right”, indeed? They’re correct in the slogan, “Migrants today, terrorists tomorrow.”
Remember the Tsarnaev brothers? The Boston Marathon bombing? I do.