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The retiring president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has been unusually outspoken during his last weeks in office. He recently had a long interview with the Belgian newspaper L’Écho in which he discussed his actions and frustrations as head of the European Union. Juncker has since 2014 presided over the Greek crisis, the migrant crisis, and, most ominously for Eurocrats, the British vote to withdraw from the EU. His comments are highly revealing about the mentality of the EU’s top officials.

Juncker opens with comments on how little Belgium is failing to consolidate as a nation. Belgium is made up of Dutch-speaking Flanders in the north and French-speaking Wallonia in the south. In the east, there is even a small German-speaking community. Meanwhile the capital Brussels – initially Dutch-speaking, then French-speaking – has essentially been handed over to Afro-Islamic migrants, European expats, and Gypsies. The indigenous Belgians form a small minority there.

To Juncker:

I observe, in the 30 years that I have frequented the Belgian Riviera, that tolerance has fallen. Thirty years ago, when I went to the baker’s or the butcher’s, I could order in French; today they no longer accept this. So I speak German – they accept Germans more than they do Francophones. Belgium could be a model of successful cohabitation. Unfortunately it isn’t, something which saddens me. . . .

Belgium is a State, but the communities consider themselves to be nations – I mean Flanders. Wallonia itself does not have a national conception [of itself], whereas Flanders believes itself to be and acts like a nation. And it’s a miracle to see these two entities, so different in the end, live together without live together.

In short, Juncker is essentially agreeing with Nigel Farage’s controversial statement on Belgium made during his legendary rant some years ago against then-EU Council President Herman Van Rompuy: “You appear to have a loathing for the very concept of nation-states – perhaps that’s because you come from Belgium, which of course is pretty much a non-country.” Juncker and Farage have merely pointed out the obvious. Still, the British newspaper The Independent could write at the time with cosmopolitan faux erudition: “There is an old right-wing prejudice in Britain that Belgium does not exist.”

“Who are you? I’d never heard of you. Nobody in Europe had ever heard of you.”
“Who are you? I’d never heard of you. Nobody in Europe had ever heard of you.”

In multinational states, democratic politics typical encourages centrifugal and secessionist tendencies. Speakers of different languages tend to not socialize with each other, tend to consume their own media catering to their own interests and tastes, and develop a linguistically-delineated common consciousness (one of the characteristics of nationhood). Media and democratic politicians then naturally appeal to these communities and tend to tear them apart. This can be peaceful affair, as in Belgium or Canada, or an extremely bloody one, as when democracy shattered communist Yugoslavia.

In Belgium, Wallonia is a Socialist-voting economic failure, while economically-dynamic Flanders votes overwhelmingly for (pseudo-)nationalist parties. The Walloons want more money from the central government, while the Flemish are tired of forking out money to the Walloons. Neither enjoy being forced to learn the other community’s language, namely French or Dutch, but this is a necessity for many jobs. The Francophones are absurdly intolerant of Flemish’s electoral choices, essentially refusing to give a voice to and demonizing the two biggest Flemish parties.

Juncker insists Belgium’s failure to consolidate as a nation, despite the existence of a Belgian State for almost two centuries, is a “a purely Belgian issue” with no parallel in the EU. But in fact, we see the exact same division between nations in the EU and the same frustrations to the extent these nations are straightjacketed into the same policies (think Germany and Greece in the eurozone). I am perpetually puzzled at the fact that those have who failed to make 10 million Belgians consolidate into a genuine community insist we should perpetually submit to their nagging attempts to do so with 500 million Europeans.

Juncker discusses the migrant crisis, which really marred and defined the latter part of his term, at length. He asks: “First of all: must we protect ourselves against the unfortunate? Must we protect ourselves against those who flee war, torture, rape, and a lack of perspectives for their children?” Well, it is known that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to let in willy-nilly some 1 million migrants in 2015 predictably led to a massive surge in migrant crime.

Grisly knife- and car-attacks by inbred Islamic terrorists have since become a normal and regular occurrence in Germany. The former German head of intelligence admits that, given there knowing nothing certain about these migrants’ identities, the invasion was “a massive security risk.” In 2016, non-Germans made up 30.5% of all crime suspects in Germany, despite making up only 10% of the population. Murder and manslaughter increased by 14.3% that year, while rape and sexual assault rose by 12.7%. Again that same year, non-German criminals are recorded to have raped or sexually assaulted over 2,500 women in Germany: that is 7 women every single day.

An ordinary Christmas market in the “New Germany.”
An ordinary Christmas market in the “New Germany.”

It is not too much to say that by their irresponsible refusal to police Europe’s borders and enforce Europeans’ immigration laws and preferences, politicians like Juncker and Merkel have the blood of many innocent Europeans on their hands.

Juncker adds, puzzlingly: “I believe that Europe’s honor has always [sic] been to welcome on its soil those who are persecuted for religious, racial, national, and other reasons.” This comment does not make much sense historically.

Juncker doubles down on the EU’s adoption by a super-majority of states, at the Commission’s suggestion, of a forced migrant redistribution program. Predictably then: “others [namely Hungary, Poland, Slovakia . . .], who were not part of this qualified majority, refused to apply it.” Who could have predicted such measures would prove unpopular and unenforceable, and backfire?

He then says on “this populism and this far-right tendency which would have us say no to the arrival of those different from ourselves”:

I remain disconcerted by the fact that those in Europe, who claim to be Christian-Democrats, are incapable of showing a minimum of solidarity. The Christian spirit which they claim should very naturally lead them to not reject those who are different from ourselves. I find that . . . a-historical, a-biblical.

And I find that too stupid and historically-illiterate to further comment on.

Juncker then says that those who fight “what they call the Islamic invasion” will, if only unconsciously, lead to “situations that we knew in the 1930s,” i.e. Nazism and genocide. By the way, Japan remains largely mono-ethnic and took in 42 [sic] refugees in 2018. Politicians like Juncker however no doubt will not understand that mono-ethnic nations like Japan will be at far less risk of witnessing ethnic civil war and genocide on their soil than the new ‘diverse’ countries of the West. What’s more, Japanese girls are not at risk of being raped by gangs of Pakistani child-groomers and Japanese monuments, unlike French ones, are not put behind anti-vehicular obstacles and bulletproof glass to ward off Islamic terrorists. Heck, if you rent a bike in Japan, you won’t even be given a bike lock the place is so safe.

Juncker says: “Our European way of life consists precisely in the protection of all, and particularly of the most vulnerable.” I don’t necessarily entirely disagree: Europeans are marked by their compassion, by their (often narcissistic) moralism. Hence why white people are so eager to give their time and money to charities for all sorts of causes, including many which principally benefit non-Europeans. Helping people in dire need, especially if this only requires mere economic sacrifice from oneself, is a mark of compassion and self-control. Europe ought to help promote peace in the Middle East – rejecting any policy of wrecking Arab nations through wars of aggression – and make conditions more livable for refugees back home.

According to Juncker however, the “European way of life” means adopting an immigration policy which, in the long run, will destroy Europe genetically and culturally. According to Juncker, the “Christian spirit” requires turning the historic heartland of Christendom into an Islamic continent, just as the Roman Christian Near East and North Africa were brutally Islamized by force some 14 centuries ago.

I suggest that His Holiness the Dalai Lama is much wiser. He recently said:

European countries should take these refugees and give them education and training.. And then [they should] return to their own land. . . . Limited number [of refugees]… OK. But whole Europe eventually become Muslim country? Impossible. Or African country? Also impossible. . . . The goal should be that migrants return and help rebuild their countries. . . . They themselves [the refugees], I think better in their own land. Better. Keep Europe for Europeans.

Genuinely helping others does not mean opening up your homeland to invasion, nor does it mean destroying yourself.

“Keep Europe for Europeans.”
“Keep Europe for Europeans.”

Juncker is pessimistic about the future:

You ask me if I am worried: yes. And I say that we need to fight right-wing extremism and that we must bar the populists’ path. You cannot fight populists by taking up half of their discourse: if you run after them, you never see the voters facing them. [sic]

In short, you must continue to ignore voters’ concern about replacement-level immigration and the reduction of indigenous Europeans to minorityhood.

On Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán:

Orbán, for me, is my dictator friend. I have a good personal relationship with him. I admired him a lot at the end of the 90s when as a young activist in one of the main public squares in Budapest, he said: the Russian troops leave Hungary. One needed courage at the time to say that. Then he changed his ideas. But I still like him as a person.

Juncker, a hard drinker, is a chummy guy, no doubt. I have actually enjoyed watching him over the years: as the decades-long prime minister of Luxembourg, he could be quite candid about EU leaders’ undemocratic and deceitful methods.

On Brexit:

I have always observed during these citizen dialogues that people thought that Europe was in charge of everything. I had trouble explaining to citizens that I could see this was not the case. But as the papers always say that Europe is omnipresent, the citizens begin to believe. That is by the way the reason for the Brexit referendum’s result.

This is partly true: both anti-EU and pro-EU activists have tended to overstate Brussels’ impact. However, the fact is that Juncker and Merkel, by welcoming 1 million illegal immigrants, really gave the Brexiteers a golden opportunity. I don’t think Brexit would have occurred possible without this mistake and the occasion it gave Farage for his memorable campaign poster.

Cameron was convinced he would win the [Brexit] referendum. I told him tens of times that he would lose. I made a bet with the British [EU] commissioner at the time, Lord Jonathan Hill, who said they would win. I bet a euro against a pound. I won the pound.

As usual, very telling that Juncker simply takes for granted that a major European nation would choose to leave the EU if ever given the opportunity to do so.

Still, Juncker considers his administration on a success: Greece was kept in the eurozone (albeit at a massive socio-economic cost), 14 trade deals were sealed, a trade war with Donald Trump’s America was averted, and “all member states adopt[ed] a baseline foundation of social rights – including a minimum social salary” (the latter is dismal in the extreme and not Union-wide, the average wage in Bulgaria is €500 per month).

Juncker concludes:

I am sad that I was not able to make Europeans love Europe. There is a distance between Europeans and Europe which saddens me. Even though according to the latest polls, the European Union has never been so liked by Europeans as it is today. I read that the poll results are good, but I don’t believe them.

The interview with Juncker implying he is writing his memoirs, dedicated to Europe: “I will describe the love of my life. It is hard to write on love, but any description of love lacks nuance.”

So, as the end of his career, Juncker is as puzzled as ever about the EU’s unpopularity. It never occurs to him that the EU might be prove more popular if it actually appealed to Europeans’ common civilizational identity and was responsive to citizens’ concerns regarding replacement-level Afro-Islamic immigration.

But, the fact is, for men like Juncker words like “Europe” or “Christian” have no content, except the latest ideological fashions of the globalist elite, namely people like himself. These words certainly have nothing to do with the hard measures which men like Charlemagne – which Eurocrats still claim as some kind of precursor – actually did to save Europe from Islamic invasion and unite the continent culturally and religiously (look up “Widukind”). For Juncker, “Europe” is not evoke a race and civilization going back thousands of years, nor a family of nations, but is merely an economic-administrative apparatus charged with turning this western segment of Eurasia into just another sector of the Borderless Global Bazaar.

At the risk of stoking inter-generational resentment, I would say Juncker embodies everything wrong with the Boomer Generation. Hee ultimately sees no other aim than economic growth and material comfort. For them, history began with Adolf Hitler and ended with Martin Luther King. Nothing else worth learning emulating or learning from has ever happened. Hence, such men can see nothing wrong with transforming Europe’s demographics into an unholy cross between Brazil and Bosnia, with predictable results. It will be ugly. But, of course, those with six-figure salaries will do fine . . .

It is noteworthy that many of the top European leaders in recent years – Juncker and Merkel, but also France’s Emmanual Macron, Britain’s Theresa May – are childless. They thus have no personal biological stake in the future. Why should they then care about what Europe looks like in 50 or 100 years or fret about importing other peoples as substitutes for European children?

In an noteworthy change of tone, the incoming EU Commission president, the German Ursula von der Leyen, has 7 children. She told the European Parliament in her opening statement to be confirmed as president:

I would like to tell you a story about perspective. Four years ago, I was lucky enough to welcome a 19-year old refugee from Syria into my home and my family. He spoke no German and was deeply scarred by his experience of civil war and flight. Today, 4 years later, he is fluent in German, English and Arabic. He is a community leader by day, in vocational training and a student for his high school degree by night. He is an inspiration for us all. One day, he wants to go home.

A comforting punchline.

Ursula von der Leyen and her family
Ursula von der Leyen and her family
 
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  1. Svevlad says:

    Eh, I think Carthagization or at least Kaliningradization is inevitable, but on the scale of the entire Europe – flooded with foreigners, who will start to piss off the wrong people (quite literally everyone east of the iron curtain), who then come and exterminate them and the natives, who they see as incompetent, as well

    • Replies: @Kaplan Turqweather
  2. Alfa158 says:

    I had no idea how deep the rift is between Flanders and Wallonia until I started watching the Flemish detective series Professor T. Even after watching multiple episodes, there is absolutely no hint that there even exists a nation called Belgium or that there are any Francophones whatsoever. Everyone acts as if Flanders is an independent, coherent country. The credits state the show is produced by the Flanders film board, everyone in the show speaks only Dutch, all the signs are in Dutch, and absolutely every character is White. The show is a White Nationalist wet dream. If this actually reflects the divide inside Belgium, I’m surprised the Flemish and Walloons aren’t actively shooting each other like Serbs and Bosnians.

  3. History beginning with Hitler and ending with MLK is really an excellent description for Boomers.

    Their continued dying off will thankfully speed up the change. They’re the only generation who still vote ~80% for the centrist two-party system in European countries. Contrast this to under-25s who award only ~25-30% of their generational vote to centrism.

  4. @Alfa158

    The Flemish have a really vibrant nationalist scene, with occasional access to government, on a par with the Italians. Wonderful country.

  5. Anonymous[116] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Must we protect ourselves against the unfortunate?’

    Perhaps the stupidest thing I’ve ever read. Just to think that this imbecile had supreme authority over 500 million EU nationals.

    If Juncker really and truly believed his weasel words then he would have no locks on his home’s doors, and leave the front door permanently open – and leave his car permanently unlocked – and gladly invite anyone ‘less fortunate’ than him – 99.999% of the world population have less than his massive unwarranted Eurocrat salary – and let the unfortunates take every thing that they want, and to camp permanently in his home and eat his food.

    Either the man’s a fool or a liar. In his case I’m sure he’s a fool. A damned fool.

  6. Fox says:

    Very good summation of the Europe of the “European Union”. The EU leaders have no concept of a Europe that encompasses this continents bonds, past and future. For them it is all bank dealings, economic growth leading nowhere, promotion of policies directed against the native peoples (such as abortion) and then filling in the ranks emptied by death with racially and culturally aliens who have no stake in Michelangelo, Schopenhauer, Mozart, Newton, Carnot, and the many who gave brilliance to the feeling of belonging to a magnificent part of the world.
    The EU has an asocial leadership.
    As it stands now, the EU will soon have an official language that is not spoken in any of its member states (that is, if England leaves), due to the energetically promoted crisis by forcing aliens who have come illegally into communities who have to bear the cost of this, native Europeans must change their behavior to not offend (even theoretically), and dissent may be snuffed out with tools such as the European Arrest Warrant. The whole organization is led by unelected officials (the so-called commissars) who are also immune against legal prosecution and enjoy a fantastic, tax-free salary.
    As is pointed out towards the end of the article, a good part of the people on top are childless. They know nothing of the worries of parents, they don’t see the need to think of a future in which their descendants would live. The people stirring the European Union had an excellent chance to bring peace, prosperity, security and optimism to a continent that had suffered from internal rivalries, small-minded entente and alliance policies and misplaced priorities. They failed.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @anon
  7. “It is not too much to say that by their irresponsible refusal to police Europe’s borders and enforce Europeans’ immigration laws and preferences, politicians like Juncker and Merkel have the blood of many innocent Europeans on their hands.” – GUILLAUME DUROCHER

    It is not too much to say; it’s too little.

    Beyond their domestic failures lies the ideological and material support the EU vassal states supplied to impose oppressive regimes and neo-liberal policies upon the Middle East and much of Africa at the behest of their American masters. Technocrats like Juncker and politicians like Merkel were complicit in the killings of tens of thousands of Muslims while millions more were forced to flee – if not for their lives, then from the economic imperialism wrought by the West.

    You may be right, but beyond “the blood of many innocent Europeans on their hands” lies the barrels of blood they helped to spill from many more innocent Arabs and Africans.

    • Agree: Alfred, byrresheim
  8. “For [the boomers], history began with Adolf Hitler and ended with Martin Luther King. Nothing else worth learning emulating or learning from has ever happened. Hence, such men can see nothing wrong with transforming Europe’s demographics into an unholy cross between Brazil and Bosnia, with predictable results.”

    Well said. Idiocracy describes it best:

  9. @Anonymous

    Either the man’s a fool or a liar.

    The two categories are not mutually exclusive.

    • Agree: Ilyana_Rozumova
    • Replies: @Franklin Ryckaert
  10. @AltSerrice

    Had nothing to do with boomers, and your gaslighting deflects from the real culprits.

    • Agree: LondonBob
    • Replies: @europeasant
  11. @Crawfurdmuir

    He is a liar pretending to be a fool, which is part of his lying.

  12. The question, Mr. Juncker, is when will Europe learn to love Europeans?

  13. 1) “…“First of all: must we protect ourselves against the unfortunate? Must we protect ourselves against those who flee war, torture, rape, and a lack of perspectives for their children?..”

    Yes, we must. Otherwise we will become so unfortunate as to suffer war, torture, rape, and lack of perspectives for our children. Foreign “unfortunates” (if real and not economic fortune seekers) should be helped in the nearest safe country in their own region, and be repatriated when the crisis is over. We are willing to pay for that.

    2) “… “I believe that Europe’s honor has always [sic] been to welcome on its soil those who are persecuted for religious, racial, national, and other reasons…”

    If that were the case, then Europe would have become majority Muslim and African already long ago, quod non.

    3) “… I remain disconcerted by the fact that those in Europe, who claim to be Christian-Democrats, are incapable of showing a minimum of solidarity. The Christian spirit which they claim should very naturally lead them to not reject those who are different from ourselves. I find that . . . a-historical, a-biblical…”

    Ah, the same trick as used by the Pope : appealing to “Christian charity” as a means to sell ethnic suicide.

    4) “…Juncker then says that those who fight “what they call the Islamic invasion” will, if only unconsciously, lead to “situations that we knew in the 1930s,” i.e. Nazism and genocide…”

    This argumentum ad Hitlerum is becoming boring already. Not accepting racial suicide is Nazism which will lead to another Holocaust, yeah right.

    5) “…According to Juncker however, the “European way of life” means adopting an immigration policy which, in the long run, will destroy Europe genetically and culturally…”

    Yes, according to Juncker the “European way of life” is the “European way of death”. How logic !

    6) “…I am sad that I was not able to make Europeans love Europe…”

    That is because “Europe” (i.e. the EU) does not love Europeans.

    7) “…He ultimately sees no other aim than economic growth and material comfort. For them, history began with Adolf Hitler and ended with Martin Luther King…”

    Indeed, these people have a very limited perspective : only superficial materialism with no ethnic, cultural or historical depth.

    Good riddance !

    • Agree: Aft
    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  14. anonymous[191] • Disclaimer says:

    One would think that with Jean-Claude Junkers stupidity that he was the product of a brother-sister marriage.

  15. anonymous[191] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fox

    If Britain leaves, there will still be one nation that speaks English, and that’s Ireland.

  16. Antares says:

    Good article. Mark Rutte (NL) is childless too. The praise of Charlemagne I don’t understand, however. He was a religious idiot, a dictator and a mass murderer who destroyed the European culture and replaced it with Christian stupidity. The only thing we could praise was his ability to win wars, albeit to the costs of our own lives. Shortly after his death his empire broke up into three different parts of which two (DE+FR) would forever fight with each other and would later enable American dictatorship over the whole continent. I’ve always believed that this is the subconscious reason why the EU is so enthusiastic about that man.

    I’m still puzzled about the raison d’etre for Belgium. Suddenly everyone agreed that it was time and a new nation was born. France and the Netherlands ceded a part of their territory voluntarily. (Not that we miss that part.) This happens so often!!! Britain supported it and used it more than eighty years later to enter WO1. Coincidence or long term planning?

  17. Lol says:

    When Europe will mean telling Americans to piss off and that we’ll have a foreign policy based on the interests of EU citizens and when Europe will actually be about the interests of Europeans, Europeans will care for Europe.

    Robert, the only people who support this shit in Europe are boomers who love America. Lol. Hilariously, they want retirement benefits for inviting invaders on our soil.

  18. EU is fascist version of USSR.
    EU is not Europe.
    EU is Mr.Adolf’s dream come true.
    Go BreXit!

  19. Doesn’t this author watch the B.B.C.? If he did he’d know that it was only the stupid Brits who want to get out from under the E.U. and that’s because they’re all, racist, xenophobic bigots. Not only that, but they’re now in a minority because some of the old people who didn’t have the benefit of the a modern education have died since the referendum while some of the enlightened, highly educated and intelligent young have come of voting age. In a second referendum that would tip the balance because the vote was very close and there was absolutely no possibility that the pr0-E.U. British establishment engaged in any shenanigans. The E.U. is a wonderful, warm assembly of nations and totally non-aggressive. Its leaders, like Drunker, are wise and benevolent. It will last forever and be a beacon of light for the world. The E.U. has no intention of bringing all the different military organisations under one command and just as surely they have no intention of intervening in Africa after they have done so. This article ought to be banned under hate-speech laws.

  20. Alfred says:

    The Flemish are a dynamic people who have a wonderful country which finds security, prosperity and freedom within the European Union. Outside the EU, the Flemish have nowhere to go. Even the Dutch do not want them, really.

  21. I love this Wikipedia blurb on the spread of Islam: It seems the expansion of the EU follows the same formula:

    Islam was initially associated with the ethnic identity of the Arabs and required formal association with an Arab tribe and the adoption of the client status of mawali. Governors lodged complaints with the caliph when he enacted laws that made conversion easier, depriving the provinces of revenues from the tax on non-Muslims.

    re this,

    … as the Roman Christian Near East and North Africa were brutally Islamized by force some 14 centuries ago.

    It was only 13 centuries ago, but what’s a hundred years when your culture is being obliterated.

  22. Alfred says:

    To paraphrase Massimo d’Angelio after the unification of Italy – the Risorgimento – “We have made Europe, now we must make Europeans.” It took, all together, centuries. (and no small amount of blood), to create the artificial constructs of Italy, France, Germany, Britain and others. The EU is creating Europeans in decades and in a democratic peace. Even those looking at Europe through a glass darkly, like Durocher, can see what is becoming an “ever closer” economic and political union that is protecting the peace, power, and prosperity of its half billion citizens.

  23. @AltSerrice

    Contrast this to under-25s who award only ~25-30% of their generational vote to centrism.

    Voting is the problem, no matter what you think you vote for, it is meaningless, but it is eventually a nice illusion of having a say.

    I don’t get why americans descend into this “boomer” vs “whatever” thing.
    These boomers built your freaking country and also ruined it, along with brain dead consuming drones aka “millennials”, who have no clue about anything.

    The truth is, the US have been a madhouse for the last 100 years, run by criminals, whose profession is lying and enriching themselves. This “boomers vs us”,”men vs women” thing directly plays into divide et impera, same as political parties.

    A part like in (political) party can never represent the entirety of a society, these parts are usually a small minority but overly loud, pretending to represent a majority.
    Political parties are nothing more than the branches of the banks, comparable with NFL teams, all owned by the same mafia.

    That said, the majority rule is nonsense, the majority are dumb, they lack the necessary comprehension, knowledge to get themselves out of this endless cycles of idiotic “elections”.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Realist
  24. @Alfred

    You are a true EU believer it seems.
    It is outright ridiculous what you say here.

    The EU was born out of the Steel and Coal Union, a french jewish plan to access the German Ruhr and Rhine industry and mining areas. Hitler liberated french occupied German areas, which led to WWII, it was part of the Versailles dictate.
    The Jew Robert Schuman picked up what Kalergi wrote in “Praktischer Idealismus” in 1925.
    The EU is nothing more than a new Soviet Union, with commissars, councils and whatnot, intent to destroying the European nation states, and to create a new people for this bureaucratic useless evil monstrosity.

    • Replies: @Franklin Ryckaert
  25. padre says:

    I was realy drunk at the time, says Pink Floyd!

  26. @Alfred

    Again: Why would the globalists achieve for Europe what they have failed to achieve for Belgium in almost two centuries? At the current rate, Western Europe will be an Islamic Republic long before there is any defensible “European Federation” to speak of.

    I’ve been meaning to write on the degree to which the EU as such is not creating “Europeans” but, at best, deracinated whites. Erasmus is good mainly for getting drunk in another country. Nobody watches Arte. To the extent today’s Europeans are culturally converging, it is not because of our actual civilizational heritage or an autonomous European culture, but merely because they have consumed the same Anglo-American films, TV series, and insipid pop. The EU’s “New Europeans”are far more united by having watched “Frozen” or, perhaps, “Last Week Tonight” (appalling, I know) than knowing anything about Charlemagne or our Greco-Roman heritage. But then, consuming Anglo-American culture is a global and by no means a uniquely European phenomenon.

    The pretense of men like Monnet and Hallstein to be making a federation is revolting to me. It was so false. They try to pass off a purely materialistic, flaccid confederation as a superpower-in-waiting. Hallstein claimed in the 70s, after De Gaulle’s vetoes and when the EEC was merely a consensual market liberalizing/regulating authority, that they were already “half-way” to the foreseen goal! What a bloody scam by minor functionaries on the Atlanticist and neoliberal payroll!

    I say this as someone who not hostile to the EU as such. It is, for the most part, neither the problem nor the solution. It is an economic actor and influencer, true, but all the other pretensions are grossly exaggerated if not outright false. An economic and even political union of Europeans would, under genuinely pro-European leadership, be a very fine thing. But we need to be realistic and stop confusing the youth with lazy lies. Hitler and De Gaulle explained very well why these kinds of confederacies tend to be fissiparous and squishy. If one really wants a European polity, then one ought to have signed up for the Grande Armée, to not speak of the twentieth-century equivalent.

    • Replies: @Alfred
  27. Maciano says:

    “ I am perpetually puzzled at the fact that those have who failed to make 10 million Belgians consolidate into a genuine community insist we should perpetually submit to their nagging attempts to do so with 500 million Europeans.”

    Puzzle no more. Belgian Eurocrats want to solve the Walloon-Flanders non-assimilation problem through European technocracy, because Belgian technocracy has proven to be inadequate. Non-Belgian Eurocrats want Belgium to stay together because it’s a role model for the EU: a dysfunctional unloved semi-democratic bureaucracy staffed by faceless nameless unaccountable government functionaries.

    Best for all would be if Wallonia joins France and Flanders & The Netherlands become the Dutch Federation. The status of Brussels has always been problematic for this inevitable divorce, but we could make it a francophone mini-state for the EU. The expats, muslims and Walloons could all keep on keeping on. It’s lost for the Dutch.

    My plan would be the best for all, but will never happen. Alas, it’s the way of the world.

  28. Realist says:

    Retiring EU Chief Jean-Claude Juncker Still Has No Idea What He Did Wrong

    Another dumbass shitlib, Deep Stater.

  29. Realist says:
    @Germanicus

    That said, the majority rule is nonsense, the majority are dumb, they lack the necessary comprehension, knowledge to get themselves out of this endless cycles of idiotic “elections”.

    I have been saying this for years. A form of government that allows idiots to vote is domed.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  30. anon[310] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fox

    > a good part of the people on top are childless

    Just like the priestcraft of the Catholic Church. How do the degenerates always float to the top?

    • Replies: @Smucker
    , @RadicalCenter
    , @Anon
  31. Altai says:

    This overlooks the intra-EU migration that led to the Brexit vote. The admission of the former Warsaw Pact countries in 2004 was largely driven by demands from Washington. Due to the governments of Britain, Ireland and Denmark not signing up with the post-ponement of the right to work for 5 years with the rest of the original 15 along with more neoliberal economics and the English language, led to a massive influx that has dwarfed any other immigration influx.

    While the so-called ‘Little Englander’ stereotype was going to vote for Brexit either way, it has been the unending grind of competition of cheap Eastern (And now the economy has become warped to desire fresh immigrants, Southern Europe) Europe along with the attendant ethnic displacement that drove a lot of new Brexit voters to the polls.

    Did the fear of Merkel’s million man march play a role? It’s hard to determine, there certainly wasn’t any successful ‘sharing of the burden’ with them. I can say few outside the countries at the borders (And the countries they explicitly target like Sweden, Germany and France) who think too much about this. Existing flows from outside Europe were much greater outside those places and it’s hard to tell who is coming due to lax Frontex operations.

    • Replies: @Guillaume Durocher
  32. Alfred says:
    @Guillaume Durocher

    You have a dark and depressing opinion of the European Union which, as opinions go, is as valid as any other one from anyone else.

    The facts, however, are an entirely different matter: the EU is a billion-member market, a giant in world commerce, that assures for its citizens the free-flow of goods, people, capital and services. The members of the eurozone trade in one of the planet’s most stable and desirable currencies. Each member state alone, any one of them, could not stand up to the giant political, economic and military forces – the US, China, Russia, India – that dominate the world. The “ever closer union” also gives growing political clout to nations that could not stand alone, not Germany, nor France nor, as they re finding out “Great” Britain.

    A Danish cabinet minister recently said that there are two types of countries in the European Union, small countries and countries that do not know they are small countries.

    The detractors of the Union fail to see that what underpins its creation and existence is not an historical whim, but necessity. The countries on the continent live cheek-by-jowl. Geography condemns them to integration. If the EU disappeared tomorrow, necessity would force the individual countries to form a new organization agreement. That agreement would look a lot like the European Union.

    Commerce, after all, was the basis of the United States and what forced a loose union of states to abandon the Articles of Confederation and turn it into the US Constitution creating a federal union that became “ever closer.”

    And speaking of America, it’s fitting that the words of Benjamin Franklin apply to the EU as much as they did to his fellow congressmen during the forming of the Republic when he said, “We will either hang together, or we will hang separately.”

    Best,

    AdG

  33. “He is a community leader by day, in vocational training and a student for his high school degree by night. He is an inspiration for us all. One day, he wants to go home. ”

    And this paragon is a total drain on white society.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  34. Alfred says:

    Mr Durocher draws exactly the wrong conclusion from the Brussels situation. That two communities can live side by side each with its own language, its own culture and its own separate identity is not a threat to the European Union. It is precisely what the EU is all about.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  35. Agent76 says:

    Jul 18, 2016 The European Union: Part of America’s Imperial Project

    The British people’s decision to leave the European Union shocked the political establishment across Europe and around the globe.

    Sep 19, 2000 Euro-federalists financed by US spy chiefs

    The documents confirm suspicions voiced at the time that America was working aggressively behind the scenes to push Britain into a European state.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/1356047/Euro-federalists-financed-by-US-spy-chiefs.html

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  36. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @jim jones

    Who will win ? I imagine the english will remain neutral .

    • Replies: @bjondo
  37. @Germanicus

    Do you have any source that Robert Schuman was a Jew? I can’t find any.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
    , @Seraphim
  38. PJ London says:
    @Antares

    If you ever lived or worked in Belgium you would understand why Holland and France gave up the territory.
    The Walloons are not really French, but hangers-on who want France or Belgium or someone to give them things.
    Example; woman who lived in a small village about 20kms from Namur was not willing to travel to a job in Mons as it was too far (+- 40Kms) and fully expected the state to provide her with a well paid job in her village.
    The Flemish are not really Dutch, they are no where near as laid back and relaxed, but run around like chickens at all times. The Dutch are generous, humorous and tall, the Flemish are not.
    Belgium was perfect when it had no real government for about 3 years. Nothing much happened and very little went wrong. The moment they got a President it started to implement laws and petty nonsense and everyone got agitated and mean.
    Holland meanwhile went to pot and no one was agitated or mean.
    France got Hollande and then Macron which serves them right.

  39. @Antares

    A mere 150 years ago religion still played an important part in European life. When Belgium was formed, the catholic Flemish did not want to be incorporated into the then predominantly protestant Dutch. So with their catholic brethren, unified by religion, and not race or language, Belgium was formed as a catholic country with flanders and wallonia.

    Time moves on, and today most of the flemish are considering the language and cultural links with the Dutch, more important…

    • Replies: @2199
  40. @Svevlad

    Kaliningradization. I love that term!

  41. Juncker deserves to be junked. Send a few dozen “New Europeans” to his home to thank him.

  42. bjondo says:
    @Anon

    Don’t think so.
    MI5 will assist the Hindus.

  43. @Alfred

    Economic and political cooperation of all European nations is indeed beneficial, but not a “free flow of people”, which will lead to ethnic displacement. European nations are more than mere “economic zones”, they are the homelands of distinct peoples, and they don’t want their ethnic identities be erased. The sinister EU however not only wants to mix up all European peoples together, it wants to mix them up with Arabs and Africans until pure European peoples no more exist. That is the notorious Coudenhove-Kalergi plan which is hidden behind beautiful slogans of “peace, prosperity and tolerance”. This is genocide-by-stealth and people like Juncker know it. The dictatorial and destructive EU should be dismantled and be replaced by a European League that respects the souvereignty and ethnic integrity of all of its members. On that basis economic and political cooperation could be welcomed, but not otherwise.

    • Agree: jim jones
    • Replies: @Alfred
  44. Moi says:
    @AltSerrice

    The under-25s think sex and gender are very different, and that being lgbtqi is just hunky-dory–not to mention they think “virtual” reality is reality.

    ps: The Dalai Lama has barely average intelligence.

  45. Most Europeans do seem to love the EU, it’s only the British who don’t. If they were anti-EU then surely wouldn’t they be also trying to leave and supporting us in our efforts to leave? Yet that isn’t the case at all, most Europeans seem anti-Brexit.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  46. @Robert Dolan

    Most of the baby boomers I know are White Nationalists maybe except for some of the women. The real ((culprits)) are not to be named. To group baby boomers together without identifying large groups of ((Chosen)), Africans and So called Hispanics who hate White people and are incompatible with White nations is the epitome of ignorance.
    The internet person known as VOX POPOLI also denigrates Boomers in the same way. I thought he was smarter then that. He’s still young and can still learn.

  47. When those like Juncker, whose entire education and worldview have been little more than a tawdry, warmed-over knockoff of Marxist dialectic that assumes each and every problem in the world revolves around, can be solved by economics, then their brain eventually gets warped around that one-size-fits-all solution, to the point where they are absolutely unable to analyze situations from any other context.

    Note that he spews hackneyed religious talking points gleaned from ‘Christianity for Dummies’, edition 1. These unelected oligarchs are absolutely oblivious to any other form of reasoning, of analysis, of drawing conclusions that don’t fit inside their tidy little binary box. Unfortunately they’ve also managed to control the education system long enough to drag down whole successive generations into their cesspool of benighted so-called thinking.

    It will be a long road back of wresting control from these evil and stupid pod people. And believe it or not, like it or not, it’s going to take a tremendous amount of physical violence to be successful.

  48. @Franklin Ryckaert

    I knew a resident Jew shill would ask that.

    No I don’t, but the Kalergi plan is very obviously jewish, and Schuman worked on the Kalergi plan of “Pan Europa” with jews being the new nobility, as written in “Praktischer Idealismus”.
    Schuman was also pretty much concerned with the Jews only, and warned of a coming “holocaust”. Contrary to the US jews and Hollywood, European Jews are in stealth mode, pretending to be non jewish.
    If Schuman wasn’t a Jew, he was definitely a shill for the Jews and worked on their behalf against the European peoples.
    It is the context that makes Schuman a Jew, he was mentally a Jew.

    Enough said, you are a waste of time with your Pilpul.

    • Replies: @Franklin Ryckaert
  49. @Realist

    Even worse, idiots voting for idiots, drafted from idiots, with a mental capacity of a toddler, but infinite corruption.

    The philosophical point would be, how can a human being that naively thinks he was a Person(a legal fiction which is owned by the state) be sovereign? How can a country be sovereign without sovereign human beings? Voting attests to nothing more that people want to have a nanny in form of the socialist system.
    It is testament that a majority of people are in fact underage children, who want to be told what to think, feel, wear, read, drink and eat.

    In essence, it is about rights, which cannot be granted by another human being. The moment you accept you are granted rights, is the moment you accept other human beings have more rights than you, you accept slavery.
    What we have is not rights, but privileges for the prison population. Collaborate with the guards, sell out your fellow prisoners and you will be rewarded with a privilege the other prisoners don’t have.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @bronek
  50. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:

    As the french say ” cons des belges ” ( stupid belgians ) . EU capital Bruxelles/Brussel is already like a belgian joke .

    Dutch-Flemish is one of the ugliest languages in the world , sounds awful . Holland is a fiscal paradise sucking the blood of Europe , and they pretend to given lessons of morality to everyone .

    Unelected Junker is from tiny Luxemburg ( population 500.000 , 2500 KM2 ) , a mega fiscal paradise for the elites

    Merkel hates South Europe , like her ancestor Adolf . Merkel sadically crushed small Greece ( 10 million people ) while letting millions of arabs and ex-soviets enter the EU .

    South Europe , including south France has been de-industrialized by greedy Germany and germanoids .

    Germany fostered the Yugoslavia desintegration war , and the Ucrania coup Germany pushed for the admission in the EU of a dozen or so of exsoviet countries , which suck EU subsidies , kiss american ass , have send millions of emigrants to west Europe lowering the wages , and have filled Europe with gangsters .

    France is a german poodle .

    75 years after the end of WWII our American friends still have more that 50 military bases in the EU .

    The EU doen`t give a damm for its citizens . Taxes are confiscatory , Regulations are infinite and kafkian .

    Sounds like the EU is a failure for the majority , the elites are doing well .

    • Replies: @Maciano
  51. Smucker says:
    @anon

    “The Road to Serfdom”, chapter 12 (I think?). “Why the worst always rise to the top”.

  52. Alfred says:
    @Franklin Ryckaert

    If the “sinister EU” wanted “to mix up all European people’s together” there would be no point for Mr Durocher’s accusation that the problem of the EU is that people like the Flemish and Walloons, at the very heart of the EU, maintain their separate language, culture and identity.

    There is no simple and obvious answer to the mass migration of people which has occurred, often in mass, uncontrollable, and always destabilizing waves, throughout history.

    We live on a small and vulnerable planet whose ecosystem has brutal solutions to the overpopulation of any species and has resulted in the extinction of many for a variety of reasons. Human behavior has added one or two to the list.

  53. @Germanicus

    You are hyper-paranoid accusing everyone of being Jewish, who asks some reasonable question. Couwenhove-Kalergi himself was not Jewish (he was of half European noble descent and half Japanese descent). It is no foregone conclusion that someone is Jewish if he cooperates with a Jewish agenda. There are lots of such people who are not Jewish.
    You have not answered the question adequately.

  54. n230099 says:

    Did they ever determine what this dude wearing one black and one brown shoe was code for? Poor drunken sod…in way over his head from the beginning.

  55. @Alfred

    “…There is no simple and obvious answer to the mass migration of people…”

    Yes, there is. It is simply closing the border. Works for Hungary, can work for all nations.

    • Agree: AnonFromTN
    • Replies: @Alfred
  56. @England patriot

    Most EU countries receive subsidies from Britain.

    It’s the second largest net contributor.

    Too hard for you?

    https://www.statista.com/chart/18794/net-contributors-to-eu-budget/

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    , @Germanicus
  57. @Agent76

    Corbett did a great piece a few years ago on this. worth looking up.

    • Replies: @Agent76
  58. Suffice it to say that you become an EU official after you lose the elections in your own country. Both Juncker and Tusk are prime examples of this rule.

    • Replies: @bronek
  59. @Altai

    I’d be interested to know how much of Brexit sentiment was driven by opposition to Eastern European immigration. While understandable, these migrants generally are net economic contributors and would be assimilated in the medium term (the same cannot be said for non-European immigrants on either point). I of course am not speaking of the Gypsies. That said, there is a case for preserving Britain’s indigenous Anglo-Celtic population, period. Unfortunately, Brexit has slowed the arrival of Europeans while the non-European flow has remained steady or increased. Not good.

    There’s a Eurobarometer poll asking EU citizens how they felt about on non-European vs. European immigration. In most Western European countries, about two thirds felt positively about European migrants and two thirds felt negatively about non-European migrants. IIRC, the two exceptions were Spain (where the non-European migrants are mainly Spanish-speaking Latin Americans, often with significant European ancestry) and Britain, where people still preferred European migrants, but by a much smaller margin (55% I think).

    • Replies: @A123
  60. @Alfred

    I basically agree with you on this. Apologies if my comments were a little blunt, but I’ve been scarred by hearing too much Verhofstadt-type rhetoric. In my experience, mainstream (i.e. globalist) EU-philia tends to lull young Europeans into a dangerous complacency.

  61. @Bill Jones

    While the largest net contributor, Germany, created the EU as we know it and wants to preserve it. See a contradiction?

    Your main mistake is that you talk about the UK as if it’s a monolith. It isn’t. British (and German) taxpayers are robbed, while British (and German) corporations reap the benefits. Your elites are as traitorous as the elites of all countries, their only allegiance is to their money.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @The Druid
  62. @Bill Jones

    The Euro is Versailles without war

    Francois Mitterand to Helmut Kohl

    The freaking fiat Euro was a condition for the partial reunification, imposed by the AllLies.
    What the Euro has achieved, German people get looted, but hooray, “we are world champion of exports” for worthless Euro or Dollar IOU. Very bad deal for average German, prices have more than doubled, wages slightly decreased compared to Marks.
    According to official statistics, German people rank at the bottom in Europe regarding wealth, Greeks have much more savings. This goes contrary to the official nonsensical propaganda, that the Euro would be beneficial.

  63. @Maciano

    German speaking Belgians finally return home in the Reich? Fine with me.

  64. ZOG says:

    Is Ju cker a dual Israely citizen?

  65. @AnonFromTN

    I was referring to the UK in exactly the same terms as the comment to which I was replying.

    That Germany wants to maintain the Empire it achieved by treaty rather conquest should not be a surprise to you.The common currency has resulted, as designed, in every Euro economy being in thrall to that of Germany, much as all users of the petro-dollar subsidize the US.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  66. @Bill Jones

    That Germany wants to maintain the Empire

    What empire please?

    Germany has been occupied since 1945, and has not have had a legitimate german government ever since, it is in fact unorganized, administered by a private US registered NGO. It is a colony of the US empire, with 70000 US troops, 20000 British tropps, iirc 60 military occupation bases and ~600 German hostile NGOs.

    Merkel is no more than a CEO of a German hostile NGO, serving Washington DC.

    I recommend the expertise of Alfred De Zayas on the legal status of Germany. He is one of the brave few who tell the truth.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Anon
  67. The situation is still not critical, and still is manageable.
    There will be increase of Muslim population in prisons.
    European governments should think about using prison population as a productive force. (Chain gangs.)

  68. ricpic says:

    We despise Christians but their universalism comes in handy in wiping them out.

    –Junker

  69. Anonymous[580] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfa158

    Belgium was set up and accepted by European powers as a balance of power solution following a largely Walloon rebellion against Dutch rule in 1830. There were some proponents of joining Wallonia to France but it was thought it would make France too powerful.

  70. Boone says:

    Guillaume – But isn’t the EU a sort of “natural” political structure for Europe? Meaning, political liberty as we understand it in the Anglosphere – a system of inalienable rights and bottom-up structures – has never existed in Europe. Take your own country of France as an example: It shifted from a top-down monarchy to a top-down republic of “pure reason”, then to the Directorate, the Consultate, Napoleon, more monarchy, more top-down republics, and now a sort of managerial-socialist-state-owned apparatus. The EU is the same thing, just on a larger scale.

    Therefore, the antidote to the EU is not top-down managerial pseudo nation states, but a true bottom-up commonwealth system akin to what the US and Britain used to be. However, this is highly foreign to continental Europe. The Common Law is a feature of this, where continental “Code Napoleon” is the top-down opposite.

    Immigrate to these shores like Lafayette.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  71. A123 says:
    @Guillaume Durocher

    I’d be interested to know how much of Brexit sentiment was driven by opposition to Eastern European immigration. While understandable, these migrants generally are net economic contributors and would be assimilated in the medium term (the same cannot be said for non-European immigrants on either point).

    Brexit voters had many motivations and flows within the EU was certainly one of them. Trying to break that out and quantify it is difficult. The people who objected to internal movement also objected to illegal immigration. One might be able to design a survey to capture this level of detail, but I do not know of any that did so at the time.
    ____

    I have to question the assumption that intra-EU migrants are “net economic contributors”. At the low end of the wage scale these immigrants damage the community on a net basis by displacing local citizens. They take less wages for the same work. This stresses local governments in multiple ways, most notably:
    — Increasing demands on safety net services for the now jobless citizen
    — Decreasing collections as lower wage individuals contribute less in taxes

    PEACE

  72. @Boone

    Let me add some facts to this.

    The German Reich, founded by Bismarck in 1871, is modeled after the USA, with independent states. Also in 1871, the Washington DC act was implemented, a corporate usurping entity took over the USA. The Reich has been prevented from reorganizing since 1945, it is still enemy state in the UN charter. +
    It is unfortunately unorganized and occupied by foreign troops, and a hostile NGO runs it, pretending to be the successor of the Reich.

    In regard to common law, I would refer to the NSDAP 25 points.

    It reads very tellingly in point 19, and reason why the allies waged this war:

    19. We demand substitution of a German common law in place of the Roman Law serving a materialistic world order.

    I would recommend to read these 25 points in full, and then draw your own conclusion in relation to the situation in the US empire and it’s colonies/vassals.

    You will read something like this:

    [MORE]

    7. We demand that the state be charged first with providing the opportunity for a livelihood and way of life for the citizens. If it is impossible to sustain the total population of the State, then the members of foreign nations (non-citizens) are to be expelled from the Reich.

    8. Any further immigration of non-citizens is to be prevented. We demand that all non-Germans, who have immigrated to Germany since the 2 August 1914, be forced immediately to leave the Reich.

    12. In consideration of the monstrous sacrifice in property and blood that each war demands of the people personal enrichment through a war must be designated as a crime against the people. Therefore we demand the total confiscation of all war profits.

    15. We demand an expansion on a large scale of old age welfare.

    16. We demand the creation of a healthy middle class and its conservation, immediate communalisation of the great warehouses and their being leased at low cost to small firms, the utmost consideration of all small firms in contracts with the State, county or municipality.

    23. We demand legal opposition to known lies and their promulgation through the press. In order to enable the provision of a German press, we demand, that:

    a. All writers and employees of the newspapers appearing in the German language be members of the race.

    b. Non-German newspapers be required to have the express permission of the State to be published. They may not be printed in the German language.

    c. Non-Germans are forbidden by law any financial interest in German publications, or any influence on them, and as punishment for violations the closing of such a publication as well as the immediate expulsion from the Reich of the non-German concerned. Publications which are counter to the general good are to be forbidden. We demand legal prosecution of artistic and literary forms which exert a destructive influence on our national life, and the closure of organizations opposing the above demands.

  73. Alfred says:
    @Franklin Ryckaert

    “Yes, there is. It is simply closing the border. Works for Hungary, can work for all nations.”

    Hungary, of course, is not a frontline state in the migration. It is far from it. The undefended coasts and islands of southern EU states are the ones closest to the flood of humanity. The EU can, of course, bomb, strafe and sink the boatfulls of desperate humanity sailing towards its shores. That is the real “simple and obvious” answer. But it is not without consequences. And not so simple, either.

  74. Pegasus says:
    @Anonymous

    There is an italian sentence which depicts that attitude: “Fare i froci col culo degli altri”, whose meaning is, more or less, to mock a gay with somebody else arse; not really polcor I must admit.

    • Replies: @Anon
  75. Anonymous[270] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfred

    A strong, healthy, vigorous nation would do just that.

    Only sickly, weak and ultimately doomed nations encourage invasion.

  76. who are you trying to fool?

    the eu doent exist to defend europeans native nor our history and culture ,every burocrat in the EU is a irredemable glovalist from the botton to the top a union to defend the glovalist olygarchy and their wett dreams of racialess cultureless continent where they can rule unopossed.
    in other words a bad copy of usa

    • Agree: jim jones
  77. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Germanicus

    When the english get out of the EU you germans can start showing some balls , and throw away first the english occupation troops , don`t you ? , or maybe you spent all your testosterone in the eastern front ? , just imagine the english are the greeks , you were very arrogant with the greeks …..

  78. Anonymous[270] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfred

    I always think this to myself:

    If packs of subcons or blacks tried to bumrush Saudi Arabia – or any other Arab State, for that matter – rest assured they would be repelled with full force, up to and including death.

    Pompous ‘human rights’ assholes will huff and puff, but the Arabs will get away scot free, and the whole affair will be quickly forgotten, and the world will carry on.

  79. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pegasus

    Sounds very fun the saying , “Fare i froci col culo degli altri”, explain it better please , your explanation is not clear , Hacer el maricòn con el culo de los otros , o de los demas ????? non capito .

    • Replies: @Pegasus
    , @Pegasus
  80. Juncker is Europe’s Yeltsin.

    Out, damn spot.

  81. APilgrim says:

    Way down there with: Arthur Neville Chamberlain FRS, and Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling.

    Among the biggest FOOLS and TRAITORS in European History.

    May he die miserably and rot in Hell.

  82. 2199 says:
    @Jollygreenman

    Belgium is essentially Spanish Netherlands going back to the 16th century. It is not as modernly artificial as you think.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  83. The Druid says:
    @Alfa158

    So was Nigel Farage correct when he said Belgium is a non country? 50% French 50% Dutch. France and Holland should absorb Belgium.

  84. Smith says:

    The EU is proven they cannot rule, they just switch back and forth between the powers (USA, Russia and China) without defining themselves military and economically.

    Hopefully an european leader can emerge and liberate Europe because the EU and Europe as a whole is a stupid shitshow.

  85. The Druid says:
    @AnonFromTN

    They all seem to be in a “Big Club” and you are not in it. (George Carlin)

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  86. Agent76 says:
    @Bill Jones

    Thanks for the recommendation, and I have been reading and veiwing his work for many years!

  87. @anon

    Good analogy and good question.

  88. @jim jones

    Good. Kinda like when the JewYork Rangers played the Filthydelphia Flyers, we used to say, “since they can’t both lose, we’ll root for a tie, with injuries.” No ties in the nhl anymore….

  89. @Bill Jones

    “One day, he wants to go home.”
    I propose Thursday.

  90. Hibernian says:
    @Alfred

    You’re ignoring the fact that they despise each other.

  91. Hibernian says:
    @2199

    It was a remnant of the Spanish Netherlands after Calvinist Holland became independent.

    • Replies: @Anon
  92. Is anyone else sick of people like Juncker? Until we take away the wealth from men like him, and force them to live in the immigrant neighborhoods nothing will change. Of course they’ll never survive, but just cry like babies. He wants to turn Europe and the rest 0f the West upside down, well turn his pockets inside out. Let them try to live on a few Euros a day. I’m serious, it’s always the moneyed class forcing their ideological bullshit upon the average population, and for what? Lower wages, higher taxes and, their ultimate goal … wait for it … confiscation of all private lands and enslavement of the working class and poor. A society that will work for food, housing and TV entertainment is their dream.

  93. Bring out the guillotines.

  94. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Germanicus

    It seems that the germans love the role of Gauleiters of the EU that the americans have given them , after all the germans have been mercenaries in all the armies along history .

  95. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hibernian

    The south of Holland also remained catholic , the north became protestant

  96. Miggle says:

    Juncker adds, puzzlingly: “I believe that Europe’s honor has always [sic] been to welcome on its soil those who are persecuted for religious, racial, national, and other reasons.” This comment does not make much sense historically.

    No puzzle. I agree with him. It has been the NATO monsters attacking and destroying everything within reach, Yugoslavia, Libya, Afghanistan, Syria, that had resulted in the flood of refugees. Europe, the culprit, has an absolute duty to accept them all. Britain and France in particular. But Italy today has forces in Libya, if I understand correctly.

    They return home when the European destruction of their countries ends. So that is the solution.

    What do the letters “NATO” stand for? Why was NATO ever in Afghanistan?!!! Oh, they came ashore on Afghanistan’s Atlantic beaches?

  97. Seraphim says:
    @Antares

    The stupidity is in the affirmation that Charlemagne ‘replaced the “European culture”‘ with ‘Christian stupidity’. At the time of Charlemagne Europe was Christian for at least 500 years! No matter that it was since Charlemagne that the ‘Western parts’ started to be called “Europe’.

  98. Pegasus says:
    @Anon

    This apply to a person who try to show publicly his munificence by means of other’s people resources; from organizing a party in somebody else’ home to inviting and sustaining foreigners with money collected from the nationals, while posing as a noble saviour. My country used almost five billions euros! from general taxation for ‘saving’ from sea, housing and caring illegal immigrants only during the 2017.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Anonymous
  99. Pegasus says:
    @Anon

    “Frocio” is an impolite name for a gay, used mainly in the Rome area; can be translated as “faggot” I guess.

  100. Seraphim says:
    @Franklin Ryckaert

    You certainly couldn’t possibly find any source that Robert Schuman was a Jew.
    Because the personage in question was not Robert Schuman (German composer and pianist – 8 June 1810 – 29 July 1856), but:
    Maurice Schumann (10 April 1911, Paris – 9 February 1998, Paris), French politician, journalist, writer, and hero of the Second World War who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs under Georges Pompidou from 22 June 1969 to 15 March 1973…The son of an Alsatian Jewish father and Roman Catholic mother…

    Coudenhove-Kalergi was not Jewish, but he was married with Jewish women (three times). The greatest supporters of his plan were, not incidentally, the Rothschilds and the German-American Warburgs and Schiffs (the same who gave money to Trotsky). He openly wrote that the future Pan-Europe must be ruled by a Jewish aristocracy.

    • Replies: @Anon
  101. Anonymous[103] • Disclaimer says:

    At the risk of stoking inter-generational resentment, I would say Juncker embodies everything wrong with the Boomer Generation. Hee ultimately sees no other aim than economic growth and material comfort. For them, history began with Adolf Hitler and ended with Martin Luther King. Nothing else worth learning emulating or learning from has ever happened. Hence, such men can see nothing wrong with transforming Europe’s demographics into an unholy cross between Brazil and Bosnia, with predictable results. It will be ugly. But, of course, those with six-figure salaries will do fine . . .

    Nigga please.

    First: it is a bad idea to stoke inter-generational resentment – not to mention that the broad-brush assumptions are almost always too simplistic or wrong

    Second: Juncker is lying. How difficult is it to grasp that concept? He knows that his policies are ruining Europe. It’s always irritating when the article pretends that people like Juncker really believe what they’re saying. They don’t.

    Third: if we allow it, the final stage of the genocide will be total and merciless – much worse than a Brazil/Bosnia hybrid so no, a white person earning a six-figure salary wouldn’t do fine. Even the richest white shabbos goyim are being lied into extinction. Whoever believes that the (((anti-white))) sentiment and actions will lessen if/when they become minorities in their own nations needs to stop sniffing glue.

  102. APilgrim says:

    Europe desperately needs a 1789 Redux.

    To ‘thin-out’ such God Damned Fools.

    And by Mass Deportations to restore their Western Civilization.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  103. @Alfred

    There is no simple and obvious answer to the mass migration of people which has occurred, often in mass, uncontrollable, and always destabilizing waves, throughout history.

    The proper attitude is to do everything you can to keep them out. You may not necessarily succeed, but you can at least give it your best shot.

    Consider homicide. Everyone agrees that it would be beneficial if we could entirely stamp it out, but even though nobody seriously expects to reduce the homicide rate to zero, we still do our best to limit it. We certainly don’t tell ourselves that since it can’t be completely eliminated, there’s no point trying to even reduce it.

  104. anonymous[204] • Disclaimer says:

    How to spot Anti Whiteism:

    Why is it that White peoples everywhere “need” immigration mass, “diversity”… But yet, non White peoples of the world are allowed borders, demographic and cultural preservation?

    Is open borders a White ‘Privilege’?

    If this were imposed on All and Only black peoples, wouldn’t it be obviously Anti Black? Wouldn’t it be an obvious attempt to rid the world of Blacks?

    They claim themselves to be “human rights” “minority rights” “diversity” and “anti racism” advocates, but turn a blind eye to racial minority Whites being literally tortured to death in South Africa.

    The unique White contribution to slavery, colonialism, etc. was ending them. African and Native tribes enslaved and sold each other. The Arab slave network was the most vast and brutal.

    They say they are ‘anti racist’. What they actually are is Anti White.
    They say they celebrate ‘diversity’. What they actually want is White G…

  105. @Alfred

    You wouldn’t have to sink very many before they got the message.

    And the person who breaks into your home to rob you is “desperate” too, but I somehow doubt you consider that sufficient reason to let him off the hook. (Then again, you sound cucky enough that perhaps you would.)

  106. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pegasus

    Ora capito , grazie . Very fun the saying , and true . Spain also is spending billions that we don`t have with people that nobody called and that can not be integrated . Eurosuicide , europazzi

    • Replies: @Pegasus
  107. Anonymous[103] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pegasus

    My country used almost five billions euros! from general taxation for ‘saving’ from sea, housing and caring illegal immigrants only during the 2017.

    And the consequences of that spending are deliberately concealed from the public. The MSM and the police are desperately trying to hide our “guests’” parasitism, criminality and terrorism while the politicians and bankers borrow untold billions to postpone the financial pain, and eventual collapse.

    When this gets resolved, I’m hoping that a lot of “our” political representatives will end up convicted of high treason and executed. Life imprisonment just doesn’t cut it.

  108. Anonymous[103] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfred

    It’s can very simple and bloodless , as a matter of fact.

    You close the border and then enforce the law forbidding illegals from getting handouts, employment or accommodation anywhere in the country. If the punishments for the enablers were severe enough, illegal immigration would stop within a week and illegals would start deporting themselves en masse.

    Legal immigration is another story but it leaves a large paper-trail which can be used to locate and eject the trash (and persecute the traitors who imported them).

    • Replies: @APilgrim
  109. APilgrim says:
    @Anonymous

    It can be bloodless, if they GET THE HELL OUT!

    I will do NOTHING to stop the impending violence.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  110. My notion is that Europe would be best as federal empire. Rather than centralizing the economy and currency, you have an Emperor and centralize military and foreign policy and devolve everything else to the nations of Europe which decide everything else for themselves.

    Within this concept, you break up the large countries in Europe such as France, Germany, Italy, and the UK (if it stays), and Spain, into constituent nations where such separatism is popular. Even some smaller countries like Belgium would be broken up where it makes sense.

    Europe would become an Empire of small nations each of which would retain enormous control over how it conducts its own internal affairs. There would be a 3% VAT or some such that funds the Empire which given the economic output of Europe, would suffice to protect its external borders in perpetuity.

  111. Theo says:

    Thanks for the interesting article and the vivid comment section.I enjoyed it and learned a lot.You don’t hardly find this on comment sections of the MSM.I’m a little tired now after reading all this so I abstain from commenting.

  112. Anonymous[103] • Disclaimer says:
    @APilgrim

    I was merely refuting Alfred’s implication that our only choices are to allow anyone to invade, or bomb and strafe “desperate humanity”. You’re right that blood will flow as long as they’re residing in our countries but my point was that a country doesn’t need to kill anyone in order to stop immigration and even cause the trash to self-deport. It’s all about incentives, or lack thereof.

    • Replies: @APilgrim
  113. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    Well , along history catholic priests had many more chidren than you could imagine .

    hehehehhehe

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  114. @A123

    e.g. data here: https://www.ft.com/content/797f7b42-bb44-11e8-94b2-17176fbf93f5

    Yes, EU migrants may negatively affect the bottom in terms of wages – certainly reducing the speed and conditions of the flow is a legitimate issue, perhaps poorer Brits could be compensated – on the other hand they apparently contribute positively in terms of taxes. That means less “austerity” and more potential government resources for native British. The same cannot be said for non-EU migrants.

    • Replies: @A123
  115. vasil says:

    what europeans need first and foremost is to recover the confidence in ourself ,is good to know the enemies that are preying on us and the lies they spread but not blackpilling ourself to the point of no return like is happening with a lot of you and abdicating of any responsability in our own downfall like if we were bag under the force of wind

  116. APilgrim says:
    @Anonymous

    Europe is not my fight, and only marginally my concern.

    But of course the invaders, & the betrayers will be removed violently & joyfully.

    Looking forward to the show; popcorn in hand.

  117. A123 says:
    @Guillaume Durocher

    Unfortunately, that link is subscriber only. Given that FT has gone full on Globalist Theology and named George Soros “Person of The Year” (1). I am not about to give them any money. The fact that they couldn’t make Soros “Man of the Year” and had to go with “Person” shows where their SJW priorities now lie.

    _____

    As I cannot see the numbers, I trust to your analysis. However, I strongly suggest you do not believe any FT top line proclamations.

    A few things to consider when trying to slice the underlying data:

    — The highest paid intra-EU migrants are likely to be very positive to the “net” as they can cause big firms to create a new slot for them, so no one is displaced. However, these potential migrants will likely still be able to migrate without ‘EU free movement’ post-Brexit.

    — A truly new position, created by business growth, that is difficult to fill due to fairly low local unemployment, will create a positive impact if filled by intra-EU migration. It could also be positive even if someone is displaced but can quickly find similar compensation nearby.

    — The big negative hits will show in local numbers, and become less visible in aggregated regional or national ones. In a city with higher unemployment, the new intra-EU arrival is displacing a current employee. And, the displaced employee is likely to suffer extended unemployment or have to settle for permanently reduced wages. This is the likely case to generate Brexit votes. Not just the displaced individual, but also for everyone who sees that as their potential future.

    Even if the net looks positive, local effects will generate pockets of voting behaviour. Also, consider that the benefits from intra-EU migration are likely to to be diffuse. Thus, the “net” economics will not necessarily tie directly to the “net” voter impact. And, there are logical reasons to believe that the impact will be biased towards voting for Brexit.

    GOOD LUCK. 🍀

    ____

    (1) https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2018/12/19/financial-times-names-george-soros-person-of-the-year/

  118. “protection of the most vulnerable” well those 7 women raped a day in Germany are definetely not vulnerable according this elite living in a privileged bubble (not of but with champagne). These leaders who walk on the graves of the people makes me sick and should be put on trial for betrayal. Fuck their European socialist dream. As Christian he is a betrayer.

  119. Maciano says:
    @Anon

    Let me make a wild guess, you’re Greek?

  120. @The Druid

    I am prepared to thank every single one of thousands of gods known to man that I do not belong to the same club as Juncker and Tusk.

  121. Anon[249] • Disclaimer says:
    @Seraphim

    Forgotten history is nonexistent history. And whereon the Internet can one find two solid sources for Schiff’s funding of Trotsky? He who controls the past..

    • Replies: @Seraphim
  122. APilgrim says:

    Junker, Merkel & May should receive the ‘Quisling-Treatment’ from the Europeans.

    IMHPO!

  123. @Anon

    True. Now they’ve gone from breaking their vows with women, to breaking their vows through depraved, genetic-dead-end, disease-spreading “sex” with other “men” (often other priests).

  124. @Anonymous

    Either the man’s a fool or a liar

    He’s not ‘just’ a fool – see below – and I don’t believe he’s lying, except wholly and unceasingly to himself, as he is too educationally sub-normal to lie convincingly to anyone else.

    He is quite simply one of the shit-fuck-stupidest (and most dangerous) men the White race has ever produced – a thorough-going spineless, worthless, pig-stupid, incorrigibly smug, arrogant, condescending, morally-deaf, and politically incompetent cretin and race-traitor, whose understanding of his own homeland, nation and people after a lifetime is so poor he barely deserves to be allowed to go on living in Europe. He needs to see the REAL world outside Europe – Zimbabwe, South Africa, Brazil, Somalia – to begin to understand what the non-White world is like, and what their peoples are capable of – to each other, let alone to Whites and other foreigners.

    He’s going, and will hopefully soon be dead – but the biggest problem is that the EU is chock-full of thousands of worthless, ignorant, scheming, traitorous over-paid bureaucrats like him, who are paid by the clan in private to push Europe into civil war and chaos – thereby making it so much easier to rule with a rod of financial iron by the remaining (clan) banker Globalists.

    The sooner the cities and government palaces and town halls full of village idiots like Juncker are cleared out, the sooner Europe can be returned to what it always was – the WHITE Homeland. The EU has to go – and most of Europe already knows it.

  125. a_German says:

    He is totally right, he did nothing wrong. He did exactly what was expected and now – at the end of his lying, fraud and corruption career – he starts the crocodile tear phase.

    After, out of power he misused, he will take some critical words what he has done and why. You have to understand this poor guy “first come pension, than moral”.

    “I still love you all”
    Erich Mielke
    (STASI chief, a typical figure from the former German “Democratic” Republic dictatorship)

  126. Patrick says:
    @AltSerrice

    What sort of change do you think would happen in a post Boomer society? Millennials are more left wing than Boomers. You speak as if most people are racial nationalists and that civic nationalists are the only thing preventing racial nationalists from having power. The truth is that civic nationalists are currently the main force slowing the drift towards leftist hegemony. Your anti-Boomer sentiment is as asinine as anti-Millennial sentiment is.

  127. Pegasus says:
    @Anon

    I remember one more example, from the past: during the Great War, in France, there was a saying that the british were resolved to fight till the last, french, soldier.

  128. Corvinus says:
    @APilgrim

    “Europe desperately needs a 1789 Redux.”

    Are you volunteering?

    “To ‘thin-out’ such God Damned Fools.”

    Who are you to play God here?

    “And by Mass Deportations to restore their Western Civilization.”

    How do you propose to get normies on board? Please be specific.

  129. @Franklin Ryckaert

    Agree with you for the most part, but would add:

    Ah, the same trick as used by the Pope : appealing to “Christian charity” as a means to sell ethnic suicide.

    Thomas Aquinus, who put Christianity on the path to natural law/natural theology, was chosen by Pope Clement IV to clarify the Church doctrine. He produced Summa Theologica, which deals with charity and strangers. His understanding “Christian charity” is at odds with Junkers and Poop Frankie.

    Not accepting racial suicide is Nazism which will lead to another Holocaust, yeah right.

    There has to be a first of something, before there is “another”. Not accepting the “authority” of the international banking cartel is also “Nazism”. Seeking full employment, imposing higher employment standards, and raising the standard of living is another facet of Nazism. It appears the EU is selective about being Nazis.

    At the end of the day, the Eurocrats are career politicians sucking the hind teat. There goal is to create employment for like minded people, not better the lives of Europeans.

  130. @A123

    I have been reliably informed that there are around a quarter of a million illegal immigrants in London. It’s not really possible to spot these people as as they can use all the public services such as schools and hospitals (you don’t need to prove who you are or prove citizenship to use these), as well as access benefits and housing (not sure how this works but in even the BBC and the Mayor of London had to acknowledge that Grenfell Tower, which was public housing, was populated by significant number of illegal immigrants, and by seemingly not a single native British person).

    Another reason you cannot spot the illegal immigrants is that they are indistinguishable from migrant groups from other European countries. Certainly many Somalis in the UK are here as legal EU migrants from Norway or Holland. The UK never had a Somali population until relatively recently, and now has a significant one. Even more surprising is the Algerian population that is growing in London, who are presumably French, as there is no obvious other way for Algerians to enter the UK.

    So it’s actually a more complex question about opposition to EU migration, than it appears, because when the question is asked, there is an assumption that migration of EU citizens into Europe equates with migration of ethnically European people. The truth is is that it is rare to meet or work with ethnic Europeans such as French or German people in the UK. I would assume in any statistic on migration from EU countries into the EU rather covers up the fact that the migrants are merely citizens of these countries who roots or origins actually lie outside of Europe. I think the Brexit vote to a small but significant extent was contributed to, by a fear that many of the ‘Syrians’ let into Germany by Merkel would move to Britain once they had German citizenship, which grants free movement in the EU.

    It is common to work and meet with Polish people in the UK though. I don’t see any evidence of prejudice towards Polish people in the UK. Maybe in areas of Lincolnshire, where Poles now make up a significant proportion of the population, but not elsewhere. One criticism that the Polish people are on the end of off here, is from left wing people, who will remark that how can they be reluctant to accept migrants into Poland when they are so often migrants themselves? The obvious answer is that the Polish people have seen how well multi-culturalism is working, how well Islamic communities are integrated here, and quite rightly decided that they want none of it.

    • Replies: @Sya
  131. Juncker would learn quickly had someone beaten him with a sack of doorknobs.

  132. bronek says:
    @AnonFromTN

    Good point. Tusk is a male Hillary. He’s a liar, crook, two-faced and an opportunist of the highest level.

  133. bronek says:
    @Germanicus

    Goodness, you sound like some of the journalists I knew in the Workers’ Paradise. Enjoyed your thoughts.

  134. Sya says:

    “Love……” He’s clearly Not European.

    Skin tone doesn’t mean more than that.

    I’m European but with an “immigrant background” which means everything according to this gen- site

  135. Sya says:
    @As above so below

    “illegal” means you don’t exist until you do….in detention with a one way ticket and a ban for life…..

  136. Sya says:

    I live in Europe I have seen a few refugees of war and destruction. Working hard for a living. TNT IS an American company if I’m correct. 19330 Polish Ghetto goes 3rd world…..do the math and get a job.

  137. Sya says:

    Refugees have rights as soon as it’s safe in their homeland they go back.

    “Immigrants” IS propaganda not law.

    Uhm……back to the middle east of course or maybe not?

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