The Invasion [2]

This follows on from the earlier post, in which Kamil Bulonis, a Polish travel blog writer, who was present on the Italian-Austrian border on September 5th, presented his take on what he saw:

With all solidarity with people in difficult circumstances I have to say that what I saw arouses horror … This huge mass of people – sorry, that I’ll write this – but these are absolute savages … Vulgar, throwing bottles, shouting loudly “We want to Germany!” – and is Germany a paradise now?

I saw how they surrounded a car of an elderly Italian woman, pulled her by her hair out of the car and wanted to drive away in the car. They tried to overturn the bus in I travelled myself with a group of others.

And so on.  Let’s get dispel a couple of myths before getting onto what has just come in.

Firstly, that man is not a “hater”, a perma-hate-everybody type.  He reported what he saw.

Secondly, there have been enough examples in the past year of porkies being talked by the government through the press on a variety of issues.

Thirdly, this current issue of “refugees” – more and more people are not buying.  Even small corners of the MSM are not buying [see the three headlines in the earlier post], although Yvette Cooper and Co. are still taking out column space in the other rags and going hell for leather to spin their tale.

These are not refugees. A fifth from Syria?  How did they all get into the Balkans in the first place?  What was their route?  No one in the MSM has provided this map – they always used to. Look at their demographic mix, their gender mix, their behaviour – see Kamil’s quote above again.

They had to have come through Turkey, no?  Or via lesbos and other islands by boat. And the EU/Britain?  Sends ships to carry them, not back but up to the gates of the Balkans. And Saudi did not see this happening at all?

The EU saw nothing?  Yet it wants these people taken in by all European nations – the jihadis, the men of fighting age, with the minority of women and children tagging along to add verisimilitude.  It is going to try to force the nations to take these fighters, no questions asked.

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Where’s the CIA in this, where the Saudis?  Well this is where Graham Wood, whom I misread as Woodsy 42, comes in:

It seems that the unintended consequences of Schengen are now becoming apparent – the EU wants “free movement of people”  and its got just that with a vengeance!

I believe that such is the refugee crisis that pretending that Schengen is somehow relevant is delusional.  It should be scrapped immediately – so that an orderly process of weeding out needy and genuine Syrian refugees for asylum from economic migrants can begin.

I think you will agree the pics from Saudi Arabia tell their own story and deserve wider publicity.

Our political class and the MSM are  utterly clueless and wilfully myopic, and so if it was not for the internet and its potential for information exchange such as this, such facts would not see the light of day!

Strange that this astonishing anomaly has received virtually no attention in the MSM or by our political class!  

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This is by The Free Thought Project on September 10, 2015, Paul Joseph Watson:

Saudi Arabia Has 100,000 Empty Tents with AC for 3 Million People – They’ve Taken Zero Refugees

The tents could provide shelter for almost all of the 4 million Syrian refugees that have been displaced by the country’s civil war, which was partly exacerbated by Saudi Arabia’s role in funding and arming jihadist groups.

However, as the Washington Post reports, wealthy Gulf Arab nations like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and others have taken in precisely zero Syrian refugees.

Although Saudi Arabia claims it has taken in 500,000 Syrians since 2011, rights groups point out that these people are not allowed to register as migrants. Many of them are also legal immigrants who moved there for work. In comparison, Lebanon has accepted 1.3 million refugees – more than a quarter of its population.

While it refuses to take in any more refugees, Saudi Arabia has offered to build 200 mosques for the 500,000 migrants a year expected to pour into Germany.

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Paul Knocker wrote:

There has been so much emotional TV news coverage on this subject recently, it is hard to come to come to terms with the fundamental cause of the problems for these people or to recognise the complete failure of the political leaders, particularly in the European Union.

From the hundreds of letters in the press, three contributions stand out. The first highlighted Angela Merkel’s big mistake with her unilateral statement that Germany would accept so many Syrian refugees…then she quickly closed the border.

The second letter asked why none of the rich ME countries were offering to help their Muslim friends and the third letter rightly asked why we were not giving priority to the persecuted Christian refugees.

The media, particularly TV news bulletins, should stop focusing on the railway lines and fences and start looking at the causes and possible solutions…..but some serious political leadership would not go amiss !

It’s still too nicey-nicey speaking of Saudi could do this out of the goodness of its heart, might do that. Frankly, they are colluding with the EU in getting these people to bypass Saudi and land on the EU’s doorstep.  There is a lot of organization has gone into it all.

The offer of 100 mosques is a bit if a giveaway as to the intentions, no?  And Woodsy – unintended consequences of Schengen?  These people don’t overlook consequences – they factor them in.  This one was always on the cards – the Koran itself and its interpretation of taking Islam into Dar al Harb.

I’m sitting on material for a post on Islam I’ve not been able to get around to and dotted throughout is a quite clear plan to take the caliphate into Dar al Harb – many Muslim scholars and high-ups have reiterated the same message to the faithful.  The plans for decadent westerners?  Same as they’ve always been.

Yes, the tents were to cover the pilgrimage but also yes, they are perfectly able to accept a “quota”.  Why don’t they?  Because Saudi knows precisely the make-up of the advance party – the very last sort of people it wants on its doorstep.

And we, the bunnies, buy the whole piffle. Since when have Muslim nations foisted their surplus people onto Europe?  Since the first gulf war and since open borders.

Question – who are the quislings within our land who will sneak out at night and open the gates?  I think that’s pretty obvious – same people who went down to Calais to “bring in as many as possible”.  People of a certain political persuasion.

People who are either so naive or so deliberate – jury’s out – in wrecking all we ever had.

6 comments for “The Invasion [2]

  1. September 19, 2015 at 3:32 pm

    The answer is simple. Any able bodied man between 16 and 55 arriving in the EU without a work permit should be conscripted into an EU foreign legion. They should receive 6 weeks basic training and, with the back up of battle police to ensure correct behaviour, sent to sort out Syria and Iraq.

    If you don’t know about battle police look up how Soviet penal battalions in WW2 were encouraged not to run away.

    Within days the migrant flood would stop.

  2. The Jannie
    September 19, 2015 at 5:30 pm

    This is my quote of choice :

    “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

    ― Marcus Tullius Cicero

  3. Katabasis
    September 19, 2015 at 5:36 pm

    “who are the quislings within our land who will sneak out at night and open the gates?”

    – Croatia has already effectively done this. It managed to sneak invaders across the border with Hungary yesterday, who now have to escort them to the Austrian border.

    – Also, useful idiot groups like ‘No Borders’ have been present in ‘the Jungle’ at Calais since at least 2013. I lay the blame primarily at their (and all groups like them) feet for putting the idea of ‘free houses’ etc in the invaders’ heads.

    – I snapped a screenshot the other night on the Hungarian-Serbia border from the RT live feed of one of these activists present (and the very night before it all kicked off):

  4. woodsy42
    September 19, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    Don’t think that was me James, although I wouldn’t argue with it.

  5. Rossa
    September 20, 2015 at 7:33 am

    Nigel Farage writing for Breitbart, London details how the EU is pushing through legislation to force all EU countries to take in these people. It has happened so rapidly you could suggest that They had it ready and waiting for just such a moment. Another beneficial crisis where the EU takes even more power for itself.

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