Is Europe Waking Up?

Is Europe Waking Up?

by Ian Mosley

Is it finally happening? Are the nations of Europe finally realizing, at the eleventh hour, that they simply cannot allow Europe to become swamped with Third Worlders and Muslims?

The left-wing Guardian newspaper reports that: “France and Italy have thrown down the gauntlet over Europe’s system of passport-free travel, saying a crisis of immigration sparked by the Arab spring was calling into question the borderless regime enjoyed by more than 400 million people in 25 countries. Challenging one of the biggest achievements of European integration of recent decades, Nicolas Sarkozy and Silvio Berlusconi also launched a joint effort to stem immigration and demanded European deportation pacts with the countries of revolutionary north Africa to send new arrivals packing.”

In view of the present condition of both Italy and France, especially the latter, it’s about time somebody came to their senses.

The article notes “The French president and the Italian prime minister, at a summit in Rome, opted to pile the pressure on Brussels and the governments of the other 25 EU states, demanding an in-depth revision of European law regulating the passport-free travel that takes in almost all of the EU with the exception of Britain and Ireland.”

How long will this “in-depth revision” take? How many more millions of swarthy foreigners will pour into Europe while it is being carried out? And most important of all, what, if anything, will be done about the millions of non-assimilable Third World immigrants who are already in European countries?

The article continues “Prompted by the influx to Italy of almost 30,000 immigrants, mainly from Tunisia, in recent months, the two leaders warned that the upheavals in north Africa could swiftly become an out-and-out crisis capable of undermining the trust our fellow citizens place in the free circulation within the Schengen area. The passport-free travel system known as the Schengen regime was agreed by a handful of countries in 1985 and put into practice in 1995. Since then it has been embraced by 22 EU countries as well as Norway, Switzerland and Iceland, but spurned by Britain and Ireland. It is widely seen, along with the euro single currency, as Europe’s signature unification project of recent decades.”

Both of these unification projects need to be deep-sixed. The euro is dragging the few stable and productive economies down with the least stable. While open immigration threatens to destroy Europe for all time.

White Europeans are finally making the connection in their minds between the rising crime, unemployment and filth all around them and all those swarthy foreigners they see on the street.

Cleaning up Europe and restoring its homogeneity will be no easy task. There are sinister forces that are determined to shove more non-Whites into Europe to benefit the more left-wing parties. Lunatic leftists have been brainwashed to think Diversity is some sacred cow that they must all worship. Diversity however is an abomination, that needs to be defeated.

Turkish PM shocks Europe – resist assimilation, immigrants should view themselves as a conquering invader, not an immigrant

Turkish PM shocks Europe.

Locust: Enemy State of Turkey; I hope you have bomb shelters, when we drop nukes you will need them, see you soon, we are coming for you. :)

The Prime Minister of Turkey spoke to 10,000 Turkish immigrants living in Germany. He told them to “learn Turkish before German,” and “resist assimilation.” In other words, Turkish immigrants should view themselves as a conquering invader, not an immigrant.

The statements follow recent remarks by the heads of Germany, France, England, Spain, Czech Republic, Malaysia, and Israel that “multiculturalism” has failed in their nations.

From UK Guardian…

“You must integrate, but I am against assimilation … no one may ignore the rights of minorities,” he said, adding that individuals should have the right to practise their own faith.

“Our children must learn German but they must learn Turkish first,” said Erdogan.

He added: “I want you to learn German, that your children learn German – they should study, get degrees. I want you to become doctors, professors and politicians in Germany.”

Germany’s foreign minister, Guido Westerwelle, promptly hit back, saying that the children of the 3.5-million-strong Turkish community should focus on German to improve their chances in life.

“Children growing up in Germany must learn German first,” he said. “The German language is the key to integration for those growing up in Germany.”

The row threatened to overshadow Erdogan’s Germany trip. He is due to meet the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, who caused controversy in October when she said that multiculturalism in Germany had “utterly failed”.

Though his speech reflected Turkey’s unease about what many Turks perceive to be Europe’s increasing xenophobia, it was also an attempt to drum up votes.

There is a general election in Turkey in June and for the first time Turks abroad will be able to vote at Turkish consulates.

Germany, with almost two million eligible voters, will be the fourth largest constituency after Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir.

Erdogan is offering as part of his manifesto a better deal for Turks abroad – specifically, a new “blue card”, which is a kind of dual nationality identity card that would allow Turks with German passports more rights back in Turkey.