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What’s going on in Europe is like a children’s game, such as Hot Potato or Musical Chairs. When Germany clamped down on its border with Austria, that sent the message that the northern European states were starting to come to their senses, which means that states further south are in danger of getting stuck with roving Muslim mobs whom they can’t move on through to the no-longer quite so delusional northerners. This has set off a ripple effect. Serbia is now worried that when the music stops it will end up with the hot potato.

The Guardian is starting to look like the Daily Mail. From the Guardian:

Clashes at border with Serbia as Croatia says it cannot take more refugees – as it happened

More than 7,000 refugees enter Croatia in the past 24 hours

Hundreds of people break through police lines at two border crossing between Serbia and Croatia

EU summit called for next week

Hungary says a ‘terrorist’ was among those arrested at border

Migrants push policemen during a stampede to board buses in Tovarnik, Croatia

Thursday 17 September 2015 14.06 EDT

Hundreds of people broke through police lines at two border crossing between Serbia and Croatia. Police at Tovarnik tried to stop people marching on the tracks towards Zagreb resulting in a stampede, which saw a number of people faint and one man suffer a heart attack. It was unclear whether the man survived..

Croatia’s Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic said his country cannot accept any more people after 7,300 people crossed the border in the last two days. Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic asked the army to be ready, if necessary, to protect its borders.

Calm has returned to Hungary’s border with Serbia a day after Hungarian police used teargas and water cannon to stop people crossing the sealed frontier. Serbia put on buses to help refugees to reach the Croatia border.

Amazingly enough, when a government shows itself willing to defend its borders from invasion, peace ensues.

Criticism of yesterday’s actions by Hungarian police have continued with UN’s human rights commission chief Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein describing it as callous and using disproportionate force, motivated by xenophobia and anti-Muslim views. The EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos also chastised Hungary, suggesting it was on the wrong side of history.

Have you noticed that people who say “the wrong side of history” a lot tend to be … evil?

The UN’s secretary general Ban Ki-moon condemned Hungary. “I was shocked to see how these refugees and migrants were treated. It’s not acceptable,” Ban told a news conference.

Slovenia has become the latest European country to reintroduce border controls. It informed the European Commission that from today its border with Hungary will be closed for at least 10 days. The country’s Red Cross said it expects 5,000 refugees to arrive in coming days, as thousands have poured into neighbouring Croatia.

Concerns are mounting about refugees straying into minefields in their search for ways round border restrictions in Balkans.

 
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  1. I wonder if all these pics of Europe are making illegal immigrants in the US look better to Americans.

    (I’m not saying they are better, worse or the same-just the picture effect)

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  2. Trump’s wife is from Slovenia. Wonder how this influences the Donald. I’d like to see Melania debate Columba on the subject of immigration/American exceptionalism.

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    • Replies: @Daniel H
    Slovenia is about the perfect country. They have never started any wars, never had a major war fought within their borders. Never had sectarian or civil strife. Never been ruled by despots (Tito's rule was quite mild). Never been a source of malcontents or revolutionaries. I heard that the landscape is absolutely beautiful: forests, mountains, farms and delightful small cities and towns. And it appears that they produce strikingly beautiful women. And there are only about 2 million Slovenes. But why should they have nice things? If they could force the matter, the SJWs would compel Slovenia to take a couple of hundred thousand of these invaders and destroy Slovenia forever, just because.
    , @Bill
    In what language? Maybe it could be simultaneously translated into English, Slovenian, and Mexican. Like the founding fathers intended.
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  3. “The UN’s secretary general Ban Ki-moon condemned Hungary.”

    Then, open up the DMZ, shithead.

    Where was Banky when US was messing up Syria and Ukraine by subversion.

    US imperialist stooge.

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    • Replies: @5371
    Banksy Moon. Like it.
    , @gruff
    Banksy a US stooge? So Dismaland is just a sham?
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  4. Have you noticed that people who say “the wrong side of history” a lot tend to be … evil?

    Truer words have never been spoken–especially in the SSM debate. The notion that sodomy, which is the negation of history, is somehow its fulfillment is especially perverse. No culture can survive the sexual libertinism that has now been enshrined in law by Lord Anthony Kennedy.

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    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The notion that sodomy, which is the negation of history…
     
    Not to mention, the wrong side literally.
    , @Kylie
    Sorry meant to hit "agree".
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  5. Yes, Merkel’s Angels are turning out to be quite a handful of problems. Serbia is going to have to put up a fence, and so on, and so on, all the way until the day these rocket-scientists in Europe actually figure out that if you want open interior borders, you must have strong perimeter border protection.

    The people of Europe need to replace their elites quickly before the elites of Europe replace their people.

    And this should tip the UK into voting to leave the EU, which should inspire other nations to follow suit. Many nationalist parties in Europe are surging in the polls due to the magic of Merkel’s Angels, who have finally woken Europeans out of the delusion that people are fungible.

    Along with a Trump victory in the US, we will be at the beginning of the end of this insanity called neoliberal globalization and move back towards protected national prosperity.

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  6. If you look closely at the photo on the bottom right, a blonde girl with a sun hat seems to be pushing the way through the crowd in the wrong direction while carrying a bag of fast food tacos.

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    • Replies: @fish
    Mmmmm....tacos........! Perhaps filled with lovely Carnitas for the new Muslim guests!


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnitas
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  7. The UN’s secretary general Ban Ki-moon condemned Hungary. “I was shocked to see how these refugees and migrants were treated. It’s not acceptable.”

    Ban Ki-Moon is from South Korea. How many refugees is South Korea taking in?

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    • Replies: @Gunnar von Cowtown

    Ban Ki-Moon is from South Korea. How many refugees is South Korea taking in?
     
    Exactly. While we're at it....

    UN’s human rights commission chief Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein describing it as callous and using disproportionate force, motivated by xenophobia and anti-Muslim views.
     
    .... How many "Syrian" ""Refugees"" is Jordan taking in? Call me crazy, but Jordan's a lot closer to Syria than Hungary. Oh, and....

    The EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos also chastised Hungary, suggesting it was on the wrong side of history.
     
    What's Greece doing other than pointing north and saying, "Go that way for plush welfare"?

    @Lot
    Lulz. Good eye. "Das tacos sind ausgezeichnet!"
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  8. @James Walker
    Trump's wife is from Slovenia. Wonder how this influences the Donald. I'd like to see Melania debate Columba on the subject of immigration/American exceptionalism.

    Slovenia is about the perfect country. They have never started any wars, never had a major war fought within their borders. Never had sectarian or civil strife. Never been ruled by despots (Tito’s rule was quite mild). Never been a source of malcontents or revolutionaries. I heard that the landscape is absolutely beautiful: forests, mountains, farms and delightful small cities and towns. And it appears that they produce strikingly beautiful women. And there are only about 2 million Slovenes. But why should they have nice things? If they could force the matter, the SJWs would compel Slovenia to take a couple of hundred thousand of these invaders and destroy Slovenia forever, just because.

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    • Replies: @Diversity Heretic
    I think that the twelve battles of the Isonzo in World War I were fought largely within the borders of present-day Slovenia, but they were between Italy and Austria-Hungary, and not initiated by the Slovenes. John Derbyshire has identified Slovenia as a good "bolt hole" country, along with Finland, Uruguay and Taiwan: small countries who mind their own business and go their quietly prosperous way.
    , @slumber_j
    And they make great wine.
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  9. I will lay money down that less than 10 of these tens of thousands of Muslim “refugees”, now that they are being thwarted from heading north, will head towards Albania or Kosovo.

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  10. george borjas re examines mariel boatlift impact on wages

    http://www.kausfiles.com/2015/09/17/mariel-farewell/

    The absolute [b]wage of high school dropouts in Miami dropped dramatically[/b], as did the wage of high school dropouts relative to that of either high school graduates or college graduates. The drop in the relative wage of the least educated Miamians was substantial (10 to 30 percent). … [E.A.]

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    • Replies: @Bill
    Wait, you mean David Card lied? Amazing.
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  11. 1000 neue Flüchtlinge pro Tag

    1k refugees arrive in Berlin every day. It does not matter that 75+% of them are young men — these articles are always illustrated with a foto of women and children — die Lügenpresse.

    AfD gleichauf mit der SPD

    The new-ish party AfD = Alternativ für Deutschland now polls as well as the SPD in Sachsen. The AfD was founded largely in reaction to the first bailout of Greece — but they are right-of-center and eurosceptic, so they are benefiting from the Asylchaos.

    Sachsen was an early dumping ground for refugees, which led to protests — eg the Ausschreitungen in Heidenau. Some suggest Merkel’s actions had a similar motivation to Labour’s in the UK = to rub the rightwing’s/neo-Nazis’ face in it — ie without those mildly violent protests (and other arson attacks on planned Flüchtlingsheime) she would not have acted as she did.

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  12. Priss Factor [AKA "skiapolemistis"] says:

    Speaking of WWII references, Germans did a lot of damage in the SE European region and then created the conditions that made Soviets invade the whole area(though Greece somehow got spared).

    The lesson of WWII is LEAVE OTHER NATIONS ALONE AND DON’T INVADE OTHER PEOPLES. This time, Germans are asking to be invaded but, in the process, all the in-between-nations are being invaded too.

    Damn Krauts.

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    • Replies: @D. K.
    Ever hear of the Hitler-Stalin Pact? Why did neither Britain nor France declare war on the Soviet Union, in mid-September 1939, after it, too, invaded Poland, in accordance with that recent treaty? Not to mention the Soviet Union's other neighbors....
    , @Anonymous
    Yes, history is only what the Germans did between 1939 to 1945 (or what we are told they did). Before that time especially Eastern Europe was all peaceful and prosperous. People all loved each other and bred butterflies.
    Yawn.
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  13. If my memory serves me right, it wasn’t that long ago Serbia was noted for not being too kind to the Muslims settled on its territory.

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    • Replies: @eah
    Serbia wants to join the EU -- they have to be careful here. Hungary has been an EU member since 2004 -- they won't be kicked out (if Greece won't be kicked out, no country will be kicked out), and so have more freedom of action.
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  14. @Daniel H
    Slovenia is about the perfect country. They have never started any wars, never had a major war fought within their borders. Never had sectarian or civil strife. Never been ruled by despots (Tito's rule was quite mild). Never been a source of malcontents or revolutionaries. I heard that the landscape is absolutely beautiful: forests, mountains, farms and delightful small cities and towns. And it appears that they produce strikingly beautiful women. And there are only about 2 million Slovenes. But why should they have nice things? If they could force the matter, the SJWs would compel Slovenia to take a couple of hundred thousand of these invaders and destroy Slovenia forever, just because.

    I think that the twelve battles of the Isonzo in World War I were fought largely within the borders of present-day Slovenia, but they were between Italy and Austria-Hungary, and not initiated by the Slovenes. John Derbyshire has identified Slovenia as a good “bolt hole” country, along with Finland, Uruguay and Taiwan: small countries who mind their own business and go their quietly prosperous way.

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  15. @Percy Gryce

    Have you noticed that people who say “the wrong side of history” a lot tend to be … evil?
     
    Truer words have never been spoken--especially in the SSM debate. The notion that sodomy, which is the negation of history, is somehow its fulfillment is especially perverse. No culture can survive the sexual libertinism that has now been enshrined in law by Lord Anthony Kennedy.

    The notion that sodomy, which is the negation of history…

    Not to mention, the wrong side literally.

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    LOL. Yes, literally.
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  16. @Priss Factor
    Speaking of WWII references, Germans did a lot of damage in the SE European region and then created the conditions that made Soviets invade the whole area(though Greece somehow got spared).

    The lesson of WWII is LEAVE OTHER NATIONS ALONE AND DON'T INVADE OTHER PEOPLES. This time, Germans are asking to be invaded but, in the process, all the in-between-nations are being invaded too.

    Damn Krauts.

    Ever hear of the Hitler-Stalin Pact? Why did neither Britain nor France declare war on the Soviet Union, in mid-September 1939, after it, too, invaded Poland, in accordance with that recent treaty? Not to mention the Soviet Union’s other neighbors….

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    • Replies: @fnn
    Of course the Soviets also invaded Finland, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia during the period of the pact's existence.
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  17. @Anonymous
    If my memory serves me right, it wasn't that long ago Serbia was noted for not being too kind to the Muslims settled on its territory.

    Serbia wants to join the EU — they have to be careful here. Hungary has been an EU member since 2004 — they won’t be kicked out (if Greece won’t be kicked out, no country will be kicked out), and so have more freedom of action.

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    Yep.

    It just shows you the caliber of political prostitutes that run European nations.
    From Muslim hating to Muslim ass-kissing all in the space of one generation. It's amazing what politicians will do for a bit if bait dangled in front of their noses.

    On another note - all that angst, all that blood letting, violence, suffering and hatred emanating from Serbia just 20 years ago, and the pages and pages and pages of anguished editorial written over it, were, in the great scheme of things, just a pure exercise in futility.
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  18. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Perhaps Syrians should be given the benefit of the doubt.

    But the others? – the Afghans, the Pakistanis, the Bangladeshis, all the other various brown skinned frauds and fakers eager to to take advantage by impersonating Syrians.
    Personally, I would love to see them treated with the utmost contempt by civil authorities. I would like to see police boots firmly kicking asses, the use of whips and canes, water cannon, tear gas, bird shot, rubber bullets, batons, etc etc.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Perhaps Syrians should be given the benefit of the doubt."

    Why should Syrians be given the benefit of the doubt? Can you 100 percent guarantee that there are no ISIS infiltrators among them who hate European Western culture and want to commit a terrorist attack there?
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  19. The refugee crisis started 4 years ago when the civil war started. Merkle is kind of irrelevant to the issue. The refugees being forced to.leave Syria and neighboring countries are full.

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    • Replies: @5371
    Four statements, all false.
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  20. The open borders left keeps “reminding” Europe that to reject these refugees would be to violate international law on asylum.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally, without consulting the Bundestag (sfaik), declared that Germany would accept basically as many refugees as wanted to come.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally declared, in violation of international law, that these refugees did not have to claim asylum in the first safe country they arrived in.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally sent Germany’s neighbors into chaos as refugees overran them on their way to Germany.

    Merkel unilaterally demanded that her fellow EU countries accept some of the refugees she herself illegally invited, after it became clear that too many would come.

    But the open borders left keep obsessing about an asylum treaty that has no real legal power to bind a sovereign nation, while ignoring Merkel’s own flagrant violations of the law, just as they ignore or play down Barack Obama’s insistence on ignoring American immigration law.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "The open borders left keeps “reminding” Europe that to reject these refugees would be to violate international law on asylum."

    All Nonwhite countries violate the international law of asylum. How many Syrian refugees has Mexico taken in? Jorge Ramos should publicly shame his home country of Mexico for not opening their doors to millions of immigrants who do not share the same Catholic religion as the Mexican people.

    Mexico needs more Mosques and less Catholic churches.
    , @Anonymous
    The 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention is clear and explicit.
    'Asylum' is only to be given to those fleeing persecution from state actors on the grounds of belonging to an ethnic group, religion or political belief.
    The UKIP group in the 'EU parliament' raised a motion yesterday on precisely this issue, is that the 1951 Convention is actually applied to the letter.
    The motion was overwhelmingly defeated.

    Evidently, if the the criteria of the Convention were faithfully and truly applied, then very fee of the hordes we see would qualify.
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  21. It looks like Europe is screwing Serbia again. In 1999, NATO took the muslims’ side in Kosovo and helped rip away that province. Now the Europeans have encouraged muslims to immigrate en masse into Europe, and Serbia will have to take a big bite out of this sh*t sandwich.

    Dumping muslims into Serbia, after the Serbs watched what demographic change brought to Kosovo, is akin to rubbing salt in an open wound. I really feel for the Serbs and am embarrassed that my tax money went to support that 1999 bombing campaign.

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  22. One of Angela Merkel’s vibrantly DIEverse Muslim angels stabbed a German female police officer in Berlin.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/germany/11872727/Islamic-terrorist-shot-dead-after-Berlin-attack-on-policewoman.html

    Why aren’t the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women? The Muslim man probably stabbed her because he believes women are too inferior to be anything other than baby making machines and housewives.

    In his Islamic culture women are only good for sexy time (in Borat accent) and for pumping out little Muhammads out of their vaginas.

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    Why aren’t the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women?
     
    At some deep level, they respect Mo's men more than they do us.
    , @anon

    Why aren’t the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women?
     
    50 years of media brain washing over racism.

    It does seem like they have a preference to attack police women. I wonder if it's because they think it will be easier or because female police officers bug them more.
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  23. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @eah
    Serbia wants to join the EU -- they have to be careful here. Hungary has been an EU member since 2004 -- they won't be kicked out (if Greece won't be kicked out, no country will be kicked out), and so have more freedom of action.

    Yep.

    It just shows you the caliber of political prostitutes that run European nations.
    From Muslim hating to Muslim ass-kissing all in the space of one generation. It’s amazing what politicians will do for a bit if bait dangled in front of their noses.

    On another note – all that angst, all that blood letting, violence, suffering and hatred emanating from Serbia just 20 years ago, and the pages and pages and pages of anguished editorial written over it, were, in the great scheme of things, just a pure exercise in futility.

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  24. @Wilkey
    The open borders left keeps "reminding" Europe that to reject these refugees would be to violate international law on asylum.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally, without consulting the Bundestag (sfaik), declared that Germany would accept basically as many refugees as wanted to come.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally declared, in violation of international law, that these refugees did not have to claim asylum in the first safe country they arrived in.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally sent Germany's neighbors into chaos as refugees overran them on their way to Germany.

    Merkel unilaterally demanded that her fellow EU countries accept some of the refugees she herself illegally invited, after it became clear that too many would come.

    But the open borders left keep obsessing about an asylum treaty that has no real legal power to bind a sovereign nation, while ignoring Merkel's own flagrant violations of the law, just as they ignore or play down Barack Obama's insistence on ignoring American immigration law.

    “The open borders left keeps “reminding” Europe that to reject these refugees would be to violate international law on asylum.”

    All Nonwhite countries violate the international law of asylum. How many Syrian refugees has Mexico taken in? Jorge Ramos should publicly shame his home country of Mexico for not opening their doors to millions of immigrants who do not share the same Catholic religion as the Mexican people.

    Mexico needs more Mosques and less Catholic churches.

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  25. @Reg Cæsar

    The notion that sodomy, which is the negation of history…
     
    Not to mention, the wrong side literally.

    LOL. Yes, literally.

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  26. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Wilkey
    The open borders left keeps "reminding" Europe that to reject these refugees would be to violate international law on asylum.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally, without consulting the Bundestag (sfaik), declared that Germany would accept basically as many refugees as wanted to come.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally declared, in violation of international law, that these refugees did not have to claim asylum in the first safe country they arrived in.

    Merkel unilaterally and illegally sent Germany's neighbors into chaos as refugees overran them on their way to Germany.

    Merkel unilaterally demanded that her fellow EU countries accept some of the refugees she herself illegally invited, after it became clear that too many would come.

    But the open borders left keep obsessing about an asylum treaty that has no real legal power to bind a sovereign nation, while ignoring Merkel's own flagrant violations of the law, just as they ignore or play down Barack Obama's insistence on ignoring American immigration law.

    The 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention is clear and explicit.
    ‘Asylum’ is only to be given to those fleeing persecution from state actors on the grounds of belonging to an ethnic group, religion or political belief.
    The UKIP group in the ‘EU parliament’ raised a motion yesterday on precisely this issue, is that the 1951 Convention is actually applied to the letter.
    The motion was overwhelmingly defeated.

    Evidently, if the the criteria of the Convention were faithfully and truly applied, then very fee of the hordes we see would qualify.

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  27. Perhaps Syrians should be given the benefit of the doubt.

    Uhh, the problem with that is…they’re all Syrians now — they ditch whatever ID they have and say they come from Syria (of course this does not work for everyone).

    BTW, in case you have not been paying attention, Europe has given “the benefit of the doubt” to millions over the last decades — the result has been a largely dysfunctional population of third worlders.

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  28. How come Ron Unz does not defend massive Islamic immigration into Europe with the same passion that he does with massive Hispanic immigration into the U.S?

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    • Replies: @gruff
    As the first comment suggests, Hispanic immigrants to the US do come out as more desirable than the Mohammedan hordes currently besieging Christendom. Hispanics tend to be culturally much closer to Americans, being Christian and speaking an Indo-European language. Assimilation is beginning to occur. Also the majority of them do honestly want to work and build an honest life. Just this past week, two of the Hispanics I worked with had such poor English that they could not understand simple questions that I put to them. They worked hard though. That cannot be denied.

    Finally, Mexicans and Hondurans are not machine gunning American cartoonists or bombing our commuter rail systems. Nor will they.
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  29. @Priss Factor
    "The UN’s secretary general Ban Ki-moon condemned Hungary."

    Then, open up the DMZ, shithead.

    Where was Banky when US was messing up Syria and Ukraine by subversion.

    US imperialist stooge.

    Banksy Moon. Like it.

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  30. The reason Soviet troops stayed out of Greece after WWII is that Greece was not included in the Soviet’s sphere of influence under all those agreements hammered out between the Allies, the U.S., G.B. and the U.S.S.R., during the war. Besides there was a nasty little civil war going on in Greece that started before the end of WWII in which the communist insurgents nearly succeeded in taking over the country. That civil war lasted 4-5 years after WWII and probably did more damage to Greece than WWII. I remember an educated Greek (professor at the U of Athens), who lived in Athens as a small boy when the communists came close to taking over the city, telling me back in the 60′s that the civil war would still be going on if Tito hadn’t closed the border and prevented the Communist insurgents from using Yugoslavia as a safe haven. (A constituent republic of Yugoslavia, Macedonia (now the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia, following the break-up of Yugoslavia) sits immediately north of Greece.) For those who can’t remember, Tito famously split with Stalin in 1948, and the former Yugoslavia became an independent communist country outside the Soviet bloc. I assume that all the “Syrian refugees” that are arriving in Greece are being shipped by rail north to the FYROMacedonia and thence to Serbia, which is ironic considering the “favor” performed to Greece after 1948 by which Yugoslavia’s leader Tito sealed the border and thus helped end the civil war in Greece. I don’t think Greece intended to saddle their fellow Orthodox Serbians with all these refugees but clearly aimed that they would head further north to Germany.

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  31. @George
    The refugee crisis started 4 years ago when the civil war started. Merkle is kind of irrelevant to the issue. The refugees being forced to.leave Syria and neighboring countries are full.

    Four statements, all false.

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  32. @Lot
    If you look closely at the photo on the bottom right, a blonde girl with a sun hat seems to be pushing the way through the crowd in the wrong direction while carrying a bag of fast food tacos.

    Mmmmm….tacos……..! Perhaps filled with lovely Carnitas for the new Muslim guests!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnitas

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  33. @D. K.
    Ever hear of the Hitler-Stalin Pact? Why did neither Britain nor France declare war on the Soviet Union, in mid-September 1939, after it, too, invaded Poland, in accordance with that recent treaty? Not to mention the Soviet Union's other neighbors....

    Of course the Soviets also invaded Finland, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia during the period of the pact’s existence.

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  34. On the ground here in Croatia (but far away from the Serbian border).

    No one except for a tiny minority of foreign-backed NGO shitheads is welcoming these refugees as the mainstream liberal politicos have done a 180 in 24 hours. The Interior Minister, Ranko Ostojic, has openly told the refugees himself in plain English that there is no room for them in Croatia, that Croatia is not a transit country to Germany, and that if they wish to save their lives they should return to Serbia, Macedonia or Greece.

    24 hours ago the PM and the Mayor of the capital were telling the world that they would let the migrants pass through.

    …except that Slovenia said it wouldn’t allow migrants to pass through.

    Not one of these migrants is willing to register him/herself in Croatia as per EU/UN procedure for fear that it would stop them from getting to Germany, and ALL of them want to get to Germany.

    Croatia has now closed its border with Serbia except for one tightly controlled crossing. The migrants now have the option of trying to swim across the various rivers or make their way through minefield-infested cornfields, which three weeks ago saw a de-miner lose his life.

    Serbia is fuming that Croatia has sealed its border and is now threatening to ‘sue’ Croatia.

    Hungary is extending its border fence for 41km to cover its border with Croatia that isn’t part of the Drava River.

    Serbia is now becoming the chokepoint with Croatia sealed and the Serbs are now going to have to figure out what to do. Will they send the migrants through Romania so that they can try to pass through Hungary that way? Will they try to send them across Bosnia?

    This is entirely Merkel’s fuck up beyond the guilt of France and the UK for removing Gaddafi. The EU is going to have to start actively patrolling the Greco-Turkish sea border one way or another.

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    "The EU is going to have to start actively patrolling"....

    In other words, the Germans? German domination of the Balkans?

    Look, maybe it didn't start out that way, but try to convince me that the people of the Balkans aren't going to see it that way.

    "Further south are in danger of getting stuck with roving Muslim mobs whom they can’t move on through to the no-longer quite so delusional northerners. This has set off a ripple effect. Serbia is now worried that when the music stops it will end up with the hot potato."

    Right, Steve Sailer. That was the whole point all along. The business about Germany being so so guilty about its nasty N-word past is just window dressing. This is Germany dominating Europe, only now the pawns are Muslim invaders, and not young German men.
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  35. @Priss Factor
    "The UN’s secretary general Ban Ki-moon condemned Hungary."

    Then, open up the DMZ, shithead.

    Where was Banky when US was messing up Syria and Ukraine by subversion.

    US imperialist stooge.

    Banksy a US stooge? So Dismaland is just a sham?

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  36. @Jefferson
    How come Ron Unz does not defend massive Islamic immigration into Europe with the same passion that he does with massive Hispanic immigration into the U.S?

    As the first comment suggests, Hispanic immigrants to the US do come out as more desirable than the Mohammedan hordes currently besieging Christendom. Hispanics tend to be culturally much closer to Americans, being Christian and speaking an Indo-European language. Assimilation is beginning to occur. Also the majority of them do honestly want to work and build an honest life. Just this past week, two of the Hispanics I worked with had such poor English that they could not understand simple questions that I put to them. They worked hard though. That cannot be denied.

    Finally, Mexicans and Hondurans are not machine gunning American cartoonists or bombing our commuter rail systems. Nor will they.

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    Islam seems to make people more intense, Catholicism less intense.
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  37. The fact that Merkel has not been ousted from power fills me with despair.

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  38. @gruff
    As the first comment suggests, Hispanic immigrants to the US do come out as more desirable than the Mohammedan hordes currently besieging Christendom. Hispanics tend to be culturally much closer to Americans, being Christian and speaking an Indo-European language. Assimilation is beginning to occur. Also the majority of them do honestly want to work and build an honest life. Just this past week, two of the Hispanics I worked with had such poor English that they could not understand simple questions that I put to them. They worked hard though. That cannot be denied.

    Finally, Mexicans and Hondurans are not machine gunning American cartoonists or bombing our commuter rail systems. Nor will they.

    Islam seems to make people more intense, Catholicism less intense.

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    "Islam seems to make people more intense, Catholicism less intense."

    Islam is the angry Black man of religions. Catholicism is the Jeff Spicoli of religions, just chill and laid back.
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  39. @Priss Factor
    Speaking of WWII references, Germans did a lot of damage in the SE European region and then created the conditions that made Soviets invade the whole area(though Greece somehow got spared).

    The lesson of WWII is LEAVE OTHER NATIONS ALONE AND DON'T INVADE OTHER PEOPLES. This time, Germans are asking to be invaded but, in the process, all the in-between-nations are being invaded too.

    Damn Krauts.

    Yes, history is only what the Germans did between 1939 to 1945 (or what we are told they did). Before that time especially Eastern Europe was all peaceful and prosperous. People all loved each other and bred butterflies.
    Yawn.

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    Poland was doing reasonably well before Germany destroyed it.

    Here we go again, it seems.
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  40. Croatia’s ‘generous invitation’ to the ‘migrants’ lasted all of one day.

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  41. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Hilarious photo of the “refugees” protesting in Croatia. My favorite sign is the one that says “We don’t like problems, we like freedom”, though the “our child dream for a sweet home”one is very touching indeed.

    http://imgur.com/s3CoTSY

    I still can’t quite believe this is all really happening. It’s like a Baron Cohen movie.

    They’ve just reported that Syrians and Afghans are pelting rocks at each other and beating each other with sticks at the Beli Manastir train station.

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    Do you have an address where we can send more rocks?
    , @anon

    I still can’t quite believe this is all really happening.
     
    They have to do it now. Their big lie about mass low-skilled immigration helping the economy is crumbling plus there's the robotics wave coming which will make it even worse.

    So if they want to turn all the white populations into minorities before the economy crumbles for real they don't have much time.
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  42. @Anonymous
    Yes, history is only what the Germans did between 1939 to 1945 (or what we are told they did). Before that time especially Eastern Europe was all peaceful and prosperous. People all loved each other and bred butterflies.
    Yawn.

    Poland was doing reasonably well before Germany destroyed it.

    Here we go again, it seems.

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  43. WhatEvvs [AKA "Danuta Tramp"] says:
    @Niccolo Salo
    On the ground here in Croatia (but far away from the Serbian border).

    No one except for a tiny minority of foreign-backed NGO shitheads is welcoming these refugees as the mainstream liberal politicos have done a 180 in 24 hours. The Interior Minister, Ranko Ostojic, has openly told the refugees himself in plain English that there is no room for them in Croatia, that Croatia is not a transit country to Germany, and that if they wish to save their lives they should return to Serbia, Macedonia or Greece.

    24 hours ago the PM and the Mayor of the capital were telling the world that they would let the migrants pass through.

    ...except that Slovenia said it wouldn't allow migrants to pass through.

    Not one of these migrants is willing to register him/herself in Croatia as per EU/UN procedure for fear that it would stop them from getting to Germany, and ALL of them want to get to Germany.

    Croatia has now closed its border with Serbia except for one tightly controlled crossing. The migrants now have the option of trying to swim across the various rivers or make their way through minefield-infested cornfields, which three weeks ago saw a de-miner lose his life.

    Serbia is fuming that Croatia has sealed its border and is now threatening to 'sue' Croatia.

    Hungary is extending its border fence for 41km to cover its border with Croatia that isn't part of the Drava River.

    Serbia is now becoming the chokepoint with Croatia sealed and the Serbs are now going to have to figure out what to do. Will they send the migrants through Romania so that they can try to pass through Hungary that way? Will they try to send them across Bosnia?

    This is entirely Merkel's fuck up beyond the guilt of France and the UK for removing Gaddafi. The EU is going to have to start actively patrolling the Greco-Turkish sea border one way or another.

    “The EU is going to have to start actively patrolling”….

    In other words, the Germans? German domination of the Balkans?

    Look, maybe it didn’t start out that way, but try to convince me that the people of the Balkans aren’t going to see it that way.

    “Further south are in danger of getting stuck with roving Muslim mobs whom they can’t move on through to the no-longer quite so delusional northerners. This has set off a ripple effect. Serbia is now worried that when the music stops it will end up with the hot potato.”

    Right, Steve Sailer. That was the whole point all along. The business about Germany being so so guilty about its nasty N-word past is just window dressing. This is Germany dominating Europe, only now the pawns are Muslim invaders, and not young German men.

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  44. @Wilkey
    The UN’s secretary general Ban Ki-moon condemned Hungary. “I was shocked to see how these refugees and migrants were treated. It’s not acceptable."

    Ban Ki-Moon is from South Korea. How many refugees is South Korea taking in?

    Ban Ki-Moon is from South Korea. How many refugees is South Korea taking in?

    Exactly. While we’re at it….

    UN’s human rights commission chief Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein describing it as callous and using disproportionate force, motivated by xenophobia and anti-Muslim views.

    …. How many “Syrian” “”Refugees”” is Jordan taking in? Call me crazy, but Jordan’s a lot closer to Syria than Hungary. Oh, and….

    The EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos also chastised Hungary, suggesting it was on the wrong side of history.

    What’s Greece doing other than pointing north and saying, “Go that way for plush welfare”?


    Lulz. Good eye. “Das tacos sind ausgezeichnet!”

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    Jordan actually has quite a few refugees - over a million, iirc. It's the Gulf States that haven't accepted any.

    But there's a huge difference between what Jordan is doing and what Europe is expected to do. The refugees are culturally a better fit for Jordan than for Europe. The refugees in Jordan will go home when the war is over. The refugees fleeing to Europe mostly have no intention of ever going back. In addition, I believe most of Jordan's refugees are staying in camps, and aren't being handed massive amounts of state welfare.
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  45. @Daniel H
    Slovenia is about the perfect country. They have never started any wars, never had a major war fought within their borders. Never had sectarian or civil strife. Never been ruled by despots (Tito's rule was quite mild). Never been a source of malcontents or revolutionaries. I heard that the landscape is absolutely beautiful: forests, mountains, farms and delightful small cities and towns. And it appears that they produce strikingly beautiful women. And there are only about 2 million Slovenes. But why should they have nice things? If they could force the matter, the SJWs would compel Slovenia to take a couple of hundred thousand of these invaders and destroy Slovenia forever, just because.

    And they make great wine.

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  46. You know who else loved to talk about how their political enemies were on the “wrong side of history”? The communists.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_will_bury_you

    A lot of the appeal of communism during the post-war period was about how inevitable it appeared to be. After all, the most intelligent people at the time had analyzed the Laws of History and their conclusion was that it guaranteed the victory of central planning and the dictatorship of the ploretariat. Even anti-communists, like Whitaker Chambers, spoke of their abadonment of communism on terms like “leaving the winning side for the losing side”. He also concluded, “it is better to die on the losing side than to live under Communism.”

    Maybe the Hungarians remember that, maybe they remember that even on such odds they fought agaisnt commumism and won in the end, and that the same people who now speak on the inevitability of demographic replacement also spoke of the inevitability of the triumph of Marxism.

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    Nothing is inevitable: But if you say something is inevitable, and then describe dispassionately the kind of future that will ensue, you just might get someone's attention.

    Putting up gates and fences is OK in the short run. But you need dynamism to keep growing and keep achieving. Nobody, no ruling class, no nation, gets to rest on its laurels forever. The idea that one can retreat behind a wall into a privileged paradise is false.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw9buBU4WFc
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  47. @Anonymous
    Hilarious photo of the "refugees" protesting in Croatia. My favorite sign is the one that says "We don't like problems, we like freedom", though the "our child dream for a sweet home"one is very touching indeed.

    http://imgur.com/s3CoTSY

    I still can't quite believe this is all really happening. It's like a Baron Cohen movie.

    They've just reported that Syrians and Afghans are pelting rocks at each other and beating each other with sticks at the Beli Manastir train station.

    Do you have an address where we can send more rocks?

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  48. @Gunnar von Cowtown

    Ban Ki-Moon is from South Korea. How many refugees is South Korea taking in?
     
    Exactly. While we're at it....

    UN’s human rights commission chief Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein describing it as callous and using disproportionate force, motivated by xenophobia and anti-Muslim views.
     
    .... How many "Syrian" ""Refugees"" is Jordan taking in? Call me crazy, but Jordan's a lot closer to Syria than Hungary. Oh, and....

    The EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos also chastised Hungary, suggesting it was on the wrong side of history.
     
    What's Greece doing other than pointing north and saying, "Go that way for plush welfare"?

    @Lot
    Lulz. Good eye. "Das tacos sind ausgezeichnet!"

    Jordan actually has quite a few refugees – over a million, iirc. It’s the Gulf States that haven’t accepted any.

    But there’s a huge difference between what Jordan is doing and what Europe is expected to do. The refugees are culturally a better fit for Jordan than for Europe. The refugees in Jordan will go home when the war is over. The refugees fleeing to Europe mostly have no intention of ever going back. In addition, I believe most of Jordan’s refugees are staying in camps, and aren’t being handed massive amounts of state welfare.

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  49. @Bettega
    You know who else loved to talk about how their political enemies were on the "wrong side of history"? The communists.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_will_bury_you

    A lot of the appeal of communism during the post-war period was about how inevitable it appeared to be. After all, the most intelligent people at the time had analyzed the Laws of History and their conclusion was that it guaranteed the victory of central planning and the dictatorship of the ploretariat. Even anti-communists, like Whitaker Chambers, spoke of their abadonment of communism on terms like "leaving the winning side for the losing side". He also concluded, "it is better to die on the losing side than to live under Communism."

    Maybe the Hungarians remember that, maybe they remember that even on such odds they fought agaisnt commumism and won in the end, and that the same people who now speak on the inevitability of demographic replacement also spoke of the inevitability of the triumph of Marxism.

    Nothing is inevitable: But if you say something is inevitable, and then describe dispassionately the kind of future that will ensue, you just might get someone’s attention.

    Putting up gates and fences is OK in the short run. But you need dynamism to keep growing and keep achieving. Nobody, no ruling class, no nation, gets to rest on its laurels forever. The idea that one can retreat behind a wall into a privileged paradise is false.

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    But you need dynamism to keep growing and keep achieving.
     
    Quite.

    The West needs to get rid of its hostile 1968-er media and political elite to get its dynamism back.
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  50. @Percy Gryce

    Have you noticed that people who say “the wrong side of history” a lot tend to be … evil?
     
    Truer words have never been spoken--especially in the SSM debate. The notion that sodomy, which is the negation of history, is somehow its fulfillment is especially perverse. No culture can survive the sexual libertinism that has now been enshrined in law by Lord Anthony Kennedy.

    Sorry meant to hit “agree”.

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    I'll allow it.
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  51. @James Walker
    Trump's wife is from Slovenia. Wonder how this influences the Donald. I'd like to see Melania debate Columba on the subject of immigration/American exceptionalism.

    In what language? Maybe it could be simultaneously translated into English, Slovenian, and Mexican. Like the founding fathers intended.

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  52. @john marzan
    george borjas re examines mariel boatlift impact on wages

    http://www.kausfiles.com/2015/09/17/mariel-farewell/

    The absolute [b]wage of high school dropouts in Miami dropped dramatically[/b], as did the wage of high school dropouts relative to that of either high school graduates or college graduates. The drop in the relative wage of the least educated Miamians was substantial (10 to 30 percent). … [E.A.]

    Wait, you mean David Card lied? Amazing.

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  53. @Steve Sailer
    Islam seems to make people more intense, Catholicism less intense.

    “Islam seems to make people more intense, Catholicism less intense.”

    Islam is the angry Black man of religions. Catholicism is the Jeff Spicoli of religions, just chill and laid back.

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  54. @Jefferson
    One of Angela Merkel's vibrantly DIEverse Muslim angels stabbed a German female police officer in Berlin.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/germany/11872727/Islamic-terrorist-shot-dead-after-Berlin-attack-on-policewoman.html

    Why aren't the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women? The Muslim man probably stabbed her because he believes women are too inferior to be anything other than baby making machines and housewives.

    In his Islamic culture women are only good for sexy time (in Borat accent) and for pumping out little Muhammads out of their vaginas.

    Why aren’t the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women?

    At some deep level, they respect Mo’s men more than they do us.

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  55. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Jefferson
    One of Angela Merkel's vibrantly DIEverse Muslim angels stabbed a German female police officer in Berlin.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/germany/11872727/Islamic-terrorist-shot-dead-after-Berlin-attack-on-policewoman.html

    Why aren't the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women? The Muslim man probably stabbed her because he believes women are too inferior to be anything other than baby making machines and housewives.

    In his Islamic culture women are only good for sexy time (in Borat accent) and for pumping out little Muhammads out of their vaginas.

    Why aren’t the Feminazis using this as an example of the war on women?

    50 years of media brain washing over racism.

    It does seem like they have a preference to attack police women. I wonder if it’s because they think it will be easier or because female police officers bug them more.

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  56. @Kylie
    Sorry meant to hit "agree".

    I’ll allow it.

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  57. @SPMoore8
    Nothing is inevitable: But if you say something is inevitable, and then describe dispassionately the kind of future that will ensue, you just might get someone's attention.

    Putting up gates and fences is OK in the short run. But you need dynamism to keep growing and keep achieving. Nobody, no ruling class, no nation, gets to rest on its laurels forever. The idea that one can retreat behind a wall into a privileged paradise is false.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw9buBU4WFc

    But you need dynamism to keep growing and keep achieving.

    Quite.

    The West needs to get rid of its hostile 1968-er media and political elite to get its dynamism back.

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  58. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Hilarious photo of the "refugees" protesting in Croatia. My favorite sign is the one that says "We don't like problems, we like freedom", though the "our child dream for a sweet home"one is very touching indeed.

    http://imgur.com/s3CoTSY

    I still can't quite believe this is all really happening. It's like a Baron Cohen movie.

    They've just reported that Syrians and Afghans are pelting rocks at each other and beating each other with sticks at the Beli Manastir train station.

    I still can’t quite believe this is all really happening.

    They have to do it now. Their big lie about mass low-skilled immigration helping the economy is crumbling plus there’s the robotics wave coming which will make it even worse.

    So if they want to turn all the white populations into minorities before the economy crumbles for real they don’t have much time.

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  59. @Anonymous
    Perhaps Syrians should be given the benefit of the doubt.

    But the others? - the Afghans, the Pakistanis, the Bangladeshis, all the other various brown skinned frauds and fakers eager to to take advantage by impersonating Syrians.
    Personally, I would love to see them treated with the utmost contempt by civil authorities. I would like to see police boots firmly kicking asses, the use of whips and canes, water cannon, tear gas, bird shot, rubber bullets, batons, etc etc.

    “Perhaps Syrians should be given the benefit of the doubt.”

    Why should Syrians be given the benefit of the doubt? Can you 100 percent guarantee that there are no ISIS infiltrators among them who hate European Western culture and want to commit a terrorist attack there?

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  60. While it would be overall better to keep the “refugees” out, why not instead direct them to Kosovo, Albania or Bosnia-Hercegovina, all of them muslim enclaves in Europe.

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