economic migrants

My secret interview with a German academic: Part Two

“Konrad” answered my interview questions via an encrypted e-mail service

My latest interview subject is from Northern Saxony and he has an M.A in History with an interest in politics, current affairs and theory. He contacted me via a secret encrypted e-mail service called Tutanota in order to keep our communications private. The fact that he felt the need to protect himself like that says a lot. He said that although the epicentre of the problem I’m tackling in my interview lies in the western metropolis, it’s starting to happen in Northern Saxony as well.

My contact, who I will call Konrad (a German name that means?Brave counsel),?gave me comprehensive replies to my questions so I divided the interview up into two parts. One of the excellent points that he made in this second part of the interview is one that has been totally ignored by mainstream media. Konrad said that helping refugees should be about temporary protection not about permanent settlement. The media always seemed to make it a binary choice that either we help them by taking them into our countries or we do nothing to help them at all. Clearly, there is a third option.

Konrad’s final statement to me was the most hard hitting thing he said and touches on the German psyche.

The problems lie much deeper inside the German people, and without a complete solution to them, something like the current situation is very likely to happen again.”

World War II has damaged the psyche of the German people. I have often speculated that support for Merkel’s open borders comes from a desire to show the world that today’s Germans have nothing in common with the Nazis.

Do you think the average German feels free to openly express disapproval of Angela Merkel?s open border policy or will they be accused of racism or Islamophobia if they express their disapproval publically?

There actually is no thinking about this, because it is clearly evident. There is no such thing as a free public debate about the open border policy, let alone the question of foreigners in total. To be precise: Of course, the topic can and will be discussed in between friends, at bars and the like, but the public political debate is clearly circumscribed and aggressively controlled.

Recent attempts to revise the immigration policy from the so-called conservative parties (CDU/CSU) must be seen in the context of the upcoming federal election in 2017 and can be safely seen as nothing but lip service to prevent the AfD, which is at least moderately against immigration, from gaining, even more, support. Talk is cheap.

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Face of the day

 

Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico (Reuters)

Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico (Reuters)

Today’s face of the day is a leftist, Social Democrat who has great advice for Left wing parties everywhere. ?Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico says that the most important reason why Leftist governments should close the door to the flood of economic migrants is because…

 

“If we do not stop the wave of migrants, there is a danger that the traditional pro-European parties will be replaced by nationalistic, xenophobic and anti-European parties,” he said.

He is quite right of course. When people find out that the reality of an open door policy is terrorism and an immediate increase in rape and violence they do tend to get upset about it and tend to turn to parties that are prepared to make the hard decisions. Of course there are a great deal of other way more important reasons to close the door and he mentions them as well.

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I told you so

Photo-KAI PFAFFENBACH A security official of German rail operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) prevents refugees from disembarking at the main railway station in Frankfurt.

Photo-KAI PFAFFENBACH
A security official of German rail operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) prevents refugees from disembarking at the main railway station in Frankfurt.

Germany is already paying the price of its compassion and empathy with out limits policy.Without consideration of the effect on the existing German population, its economy, its people, its housing and its workforce it already is at breaking point.

Watch the Media start turning on Germany now as it is forced to start imposing limits in a vain attempt to protect itself. Until now Germany has been held up as the shining light of compassion, taking country shoppers without limits. Anybody from anywhere has been promised free housing, food and welfare in Germany and?unsurprisingly?they have been unable to meet the?overwhelming?demand for such largesse.

Watch the country shoppers now turn on Germany and see how short lived the gratitude will be of those who made it inside. Yesterday I watched a video of a young Muslim couple with a child and one on the way showing a reporter around their free apartment inside Germany. They wanted a bigger one and did not like having to share a kitchen with the other occupants of the apartment block. The apartment was sunny and clean and they had plenty of food. Their entire life was funded by the German taxpayer and all they did was complain.They didn’t talk about looking for work or earning their own way. Their sole concern was getting as much as they could from Mother Germany.

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The decline of Marxism and the rise of Islamism in the Third World

A reader sent in this fascinating article which links the rise of Islamism with the fall in popularity of Marxism. It looks at the differences between migrants in Australia today compared with migrants after World War Two. It also highlights the fact that the majority of?refugees on the boats to Australia are not actual refugees but instead economic migrants who would not be accepted as migrants due to their lack of marketable skills and education. Finally it points out the danger of Islamic Terrorism to the West and the need to curb immigration in order to protect Australia.

Many, perhaps most, of the difficulties and malaise currently being experienced by the West, including Australia, stem in large measure from two factors: the unprecedented increase in population in the Third World, and the replacement of secular, universalistic ideologies, especially Marxism, by religious fundamentalism.

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