Activist youth of Germany are speaking out about the future of Europe

The “Future of Europe” is the title of a video made by the German branch of the anti-mass migration youth movement called Identitarian.The young men and women in the video don’t fit the image the Media promotes of right-wing activists. There are no shaved heads or military-type clothing. They look like average Germans. I am sure that this is deliberate. Their movement is more mainstream than the media want to admit and it is to the average German that they are pitching their movement.

We all know what happened in Germany when Hitler appealed to Germans’ desire for a proud, national identity. In his case, he scapegoated the Jews for all of Germany’s financial woes that, in reality, had been caused by the reparation payments from the previous world war. In this case, refugees/immigrants actually are causing financial and societal woes in Germany because their numbers have not been restricted by Merkel’s government and because they have not been adequately screened. If Merkel’s government continues to do nothing, how long will it be before Germans take matters into their own hands? Europe is a powder keg and the fuse has already been lit.

“you impose tolerance and diversity but you mean self-hatred, self-denial, and self-abolishment. You love and support the foreign and hate and fight what is our own. You want to talk us into believing that we have no identity, that we are too homogeneous. We shall be repressed and replaced. You preach of the diversity of cultures yet you destroy them.”

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Nobody knows where 600,000 “refugees” who entered Germany are

Who had the brilliant idea of letting in a million ‘refugees’?

Oh that’s right, it was Angela Merkel…now more than 600,000 of them are missing.

The German government is unable to say where more than half of the one million asylum seekers allowed into the country have ended up, MailOnline can exclusively reveal.

Government statistics show that Germany registered 1.1million applications by the end of last year under its EASY system, which does not record much more than an applicant’s country of origin.

German Interior Ministry spokesman Dr Harald Neymanns admitted that delays in the processing of asylum seeker applications would account for some of those missing.

But he also said that in some cases refugees may not have stayed in Germany but instead gone on to a different country elsewhere in the EU.

A third explanation is that the refugees may not have existed in the first place – because some asylum seekers have been found to apply multiple times in an attempt to get sent to the city of their choice.   Read more »

How do you get rid of immigrants without appearing to be a racist?

It looks like the UK has found a way:  a minimum income level.  The problem is, it’s going to have some collateral damage, such as bludging Kiwis on their OE.

Some expat New Zealanders earning a lower income in the United Kingdom could be caught by a rule change that will lead to deportation for people earning below an income threshold.

Beginning in April, non-EU migrants will be kicked out of the country after five years if they cannot show they are earning more than £35,000 ($77,400).

The rule change was expected to affect 40,000 people, and would have the greatest impact on teachers, nurses, charity workers and students.

Yes, but it will also have a huge impact on unemployed and those who are “externally sponsored” to be in the country for shady reasons.    Read more »


Merkel under pressure to close borders

Angela Merkel doesn’t see anything wrong with letting anyone in, and is just trying to appease the critics by saying there will be less of these immigrants now.

Alexander Dobrindt said Germany could no longer show the world a “friendly face” – a phrase used by Merkel as refugees began pouring into Germany last summer – and that if the number of new arrivals did not drop soon, Germany should act alone.

“I urgently advise: We must prepare ourselves for not being able to avoid border closures,” Dobrindt, a member of the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU), told the Muenchner Merkur newspaper.

The CSU, the Bavarian sister party to Merkel’s conservative Christian Democrats (CDU), has ramped up pressure on the chancellor over her open-door refugee policy that saw 1.1 million migrants arrive in Germany last year alone.

CSU leader Horst Seehofer told Der Spiegel magazine in a weekend interview that he would send the federal government a written request within the next two weeks to restore “orderly conditions” at the nation’s borders.

The situation is clearly unsustainable, and yet Merkel is reluctant to say they’ve done enough.   Read more »

The folly of Phil Twyford’s attack on people with Chinky-sounding names

Phil Twyford and Labour attacked property owners who have chinky-sounding names. They never received the predicted boost in the polls and they are still scratching their heads to work out just how this could be.

Clearly, they are spending too much time down in Wellington and not enough time in Auckland.

Auckland is revealed as having the fourth largest foreign-born population in the world in an international study, ranking a lineup of the world’s most culturally diverse cities.

The city clocks in with 39 percent of the population born overseas. 

Only Dubai, Brussels, and Toronto are ranked as cities with larger foreign-born populations anywhere in the world – for Dubai and Brussels the foreign born residents out number local born citizens.   Read more »

New Zealand Migrant women want to grow their business

Immigration should be about giving a man a fishing rod not a fish. Cotton Seed is doing exactly that and by doing so is helping not only the Migrant women become contributing members of Kiwi society, they are also helping Kiwi Society, as employed people with a future make happier citizens who are more likely to assimilate successfully.

I wish their venture every success and look forward to buying something from them in the future.

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Even Merkel admits European refugee crisis is ‘out of control’

The cold winds of electoral oblivion are blowing through Europe and for Angela Merkel the prospect of a cushy UN job is evaporating as the immigration crisis grips Europe.

Merkel is caving to pressure...pressure she caused herself.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has admitted Europe is ‘vulnerable’ because it does not have the ‘order or control’ it would like regarding the refugee crisis.

Merkel said yesterday at an event in Mainz, near Frankfurt, that Europe was ‘vulnerable’ in the refugee crisis because it was not yet in control of the situation to the extent that it would like to be.

She said: ‘Now all of a sudden we are facing the challenge that refugees are coming to Europe and we are vulnerable, as we see, because we do not yet have the order, the control, that we would like to have.’

She also said the euro was ‘directly linked’ to freedom of movement in Europe, adding: ‘Nobody should act as though you can have a common currency without being able to cross borders reasonably easily.’   Read more »


German Minister: Immigrant attacks may be part of a co-ordinated plan to unsettle the country

Germany has real problems, and the blame game has started.

The latest outrage, the New Year’s sexual assaults on women being the catalyst for Germans to finally wake up to the problem Angela Merkel let in the the front door.

The German justice minister has told a German newspaper that he assumes the crimes that took place in Cologne during New Year celebrations were “coordinated or prepared”, as police say the number of sexual assaults and robberies reported have risen significantly.

In a statement released on Sunday, Cologne police said that they were investigating 516 criminal complaints, and that about 40 percent of those allegations were of sexual offenses.

“If such a horde gathers in order to commit crimes, that appears in some form to be planned,” Justice Minister Heiko Maas told the Bild newspaper. “Nobody can tell me that this was not coordinated or prepared.

“All connections must be carefully checked,” Maas said. “There is a suspicion that a particular date was chosen with expected crowds. That would then be a new dimension.”

Maas said he wanted to quickly determine whether the New Year’s assaults in Cologne could be linked to similar offenses in other cities such as Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Hamburg where women also claimed to be harassed.   Read more »

Not too old to become a resident – too stupid

Joeli Taliyai, a skilled worker whose work visa expires in July, applied for residence two days before his 56th birthday, the cutoff age.

However, his documents were returned because they were incomplete – and now he has been told the application was made too late.

His immigration adviser Jasmine Bath said they appealed to the Immigration and Protection Tribunal on the grounds of unfairness.

“Instead of calling him and giving him a couple hours to submit it so he doesn’t cross the age, they actually returned the whole file by courier.

“By the time he received it and went back to lodge it with those two documents, he had missed the age requirement.”

Immigration New Zealand should have phoned him as it had done in other cases, Ms Bath said. Read more »

NZ crim deportation: It’s Labour that are the hypocrites, not the Government

The government is being accused of hypocrisy over deportations:

New Zealand’s government is hypocritical to depict Australia as villains when it too has begun a deportation crackdown on people who haven’t committed a crime, an immigration lawyer says.

More than 30 people have been threatened with deportation since a low-profile clampdown on immigrants.

In what is believed to be the first case following a law change in May, an entire family is now facing deportation for an immigration matter that has never gone to court.

Lavinia Hea got married in Tonga in 2010 but she did not tell her father.

That fateful decision means that five years later, not only she – but also her father, siblings and their children – face deportation, because her marriage was not recorded on the family’s residence application.

“I had no idea that being married does affect my visa status,” she said.    Read more »