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EU: RAPE AND MURDER TO COME FOR EVERYONE

By Pete Moore On May 17th, 2018

Thank the Lord we’ve begun to distance ourselves from these Satanic loons.

Europe is set to absorb massive waves of migration “for the decades to come”, the EU Commission has declared, vowing the continent will “never become a fortress”.

Speaking in Brussels on Wednesday, EU migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos stressed that the European Commission would oppose any plans to build a fence on the Greek-Turkish border […]

Discussing plans for a common EU policy which would see asylum seekers spread across the bloc, Avramopoulos said that no corner of the continent will be allowed to escape third world migration, insisting that “solidarity has to be maintained and be upheld by all member states”.

Theresa May will sell us out, but we’ve taken the first step toward distancing ourselves. The continent will become darker, less civilised and the Third World will take hold. We can move away further as necessary.

No-one is obliged to accept the obliteration of their culture and the genocide of their people.

23 Responses to “EU: RAPE AND MURDER TO COME FOR EVERYONE”

  1. Clickbait rubbish designed to get a rise from the usual suspects.

    You and Breitbart seemed to neglect this quote:

    ”More details on that will follow in the future,” Avramopoulos told reporters, adding that the Commission wanted to “expand, enhance and beef up the European borders and coast guard in the future, and have a fully integrated EU border management system, with a standing force of 10,000 border guards.”

    https://www.euractiv.com/section/global-europe/news/eu-still-seeking-june-deal-on-refugee-plan-says-blocs-migration-chief/

    And yes, he was completely correct here:

    “The EU will never be a fortress. Migration will stay not only in Europe and the world for the decades to come, and we have to be well prepared. No country can manage this situation alone.”

    You think you’re going to stop a natrual phenomena so embedded in the human psyche it has happened for hundreds of millenia?

    As for those who are willing to trough the benefits but not accept collective crisis management – they know where the door is. Perhaps the post Brexit land of unicorns, rainbows and ambrosia can subsidise their basket case economies.

  2. Oh, and speaking of the EU, good news:

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-44148027

  3. Paul McMahon, on May 17th, 2018 at 8:10 PM Said:

    Oh, and speaking of the EU, good news:

    Paul, I haven’t opened your link yet, but I will assume the good news is, the extreme elite Brussels commission of Gammon faced hideously white old super well off rich white men, has been disbanded?.

    Am I correct?.

    😏

  4. No Harri, you’re not.

    It seems that the Brits have finally forwarded a proposal on the Irish invisible line.

  5. No Harri, you’re not.

    Shame.

    I thought I was actually turning into a liberal for a moment there.

    😏

  6. It seems that the Brits have finally forwarded a proposal on the Irish invisible line.

    Irrelevant, it will still get rejected by our Brussels overlords.

  7. Talking of the EU..

    Hello from France..

    😀

  8. Oh I don’t know H.

    After all, it was the backwoodsmen & women of the DUP who humiliatingly slapped the Brit PM down the last time.

  9. Paul

    Slapping down our Prime monster, Chairman May, is possibly the easiest task known to man. 😏

    I’m on a European busman’s holiday for the next two weeks, Slovakia, and then the Czech..

    The only thing missing from my France & Germany business trips, are the Africans & Arab Pickeys begging in every other shop entrance.

    It’s wonderfully pleasant.

    😀

  10. After all, it was the backwoodsmen & women of the DUP who humiliatingly slapped the Brit PM down the last time.

    That’s liberal progress for you.

    Against Thatcher, they had to plant bombs and murder innocents, with Chairman May, they just have to shout at her?.

    😏

  11. The DUP liberals? Stop sniffing glue.

    H, if you think that the DUP planted bombs or killed innocents you’re seriously deluded too – they only associated with those that done such things.

  12. Harri

    Slapping down our Prime monster, Chairman May, is possibly the easiest task known to man.

    Well, she does have the face for it. Not that I am advocating violence.

    For those not well versed, or deliberately blind-eyed on matters EU, this is another power grab by the Brussels elite. Notice the sentence:

    “No country can manage this situation alone.”

    That is to say; “You need mother EU to hold your hand”

  13. Maybe not everyone Pete.

    So far, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech are holding out pretty well.

  14. //You think you’re going to stop a natrual phenomena so embedded in the human psyche it has happened for hundreds of millenia?//

    You mean, ethnic warfare?

  15. That is to say; “You need mother EU to hold your hand”

    Is it Mark? Or is that just your biased interpretation of it?

    This preceeded your quote:

    We are against building fences, on the contrary, we are in favour of building bridges with neighbouring countries

    I read that as any international crisis should be collectively managed.

    You mean, ethnic warfare?

    I meant immigration Noel but yes, interethnic warfare, international warfare, inter tribal warfare, class warfare.

    Your point is duly noted. Interhuman warfare is as embedded in the human psyche as much as travel, immigration, exploration and adventure.

    So far, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech are holding out pretty well.

    Indeed H. I’m sure the post Brexit land of unicorns, rainbows and ambrosia can subsidise those, and their basket case economies, who refuse their part in collective crisis management if they don’t want to play by the rules everyone else has to.

  16. You want to mitigate the crisis in Europe?

    Stop enabling it.

    Otherwise, there is no end to it, ever.

  17. I’m not enabling anything. Europe has immigration criteria which should be adhered to now that the refugee crisis seems to have receded from previous years.

    If Višegrad don’t want to play their part in the collective then they know where the door is.

  18. You support the existing policy. And say that it should be adhered to

  19. You support the existing policy

    What existing policy? That Merkel responded clumsily to a humanitarian crisis? I admire her humanity but I personally would have done things differently, but thanks for trying to tell me what I support.

    My policy on immigration has always been that immigrants be in the country legally, that they aren’t a burden to the tax payer, that theY pay taxes and that they adhere to the laws and norms of their host nation.

    That’s the policy on immigration that I have consistently supported. it’s pretty much the international criteria.

    If Višegrad don’t want to abide by the same rules as others maybe Trump could expand the US to 54 states.

  20. // Europe has immigration criteria which should be adhered to//

    The question is what these criteria should be.

    There definitely has to be some restriction on this movement, no matter how natural it may be. The population of the world – especially in Africa and Asia – has incresed very rapidly over the past decades. The pop. of Africa is one of the fastest growing in the world, and is projected to reach 2.5 bn in a few decades and to have quadrupled in just 90 years. For what such predictions are worth, the pop. of Nigeria alone is expected, according to current trends, to surpass even China’s by the end of the century.

    This is because successive governments of African countries have encouraged high childbirth, and far too many women don’t have access to contraception anyway. The local economies of course haven’t kept pace, and there is now simply not enough wealth being generated to support such a population. This is not least due to places like the EU and US greatly increasing the production of cheap food while encouraging African countries to allow free trade, ie. promoting food exports to Africa – a policy that practically wiped out the sole economic activity – agriculture – in large parts of Africa.

    One solution for Africa will have to include an end to the massive subventions paid to farmers all over the EU and the US, which make it impossible for potential African exporters to compete. The Irish are sincere about helping Africans, but those brown envelopes from Brussels will have to stop if the continent is to be genuinely aided.

    I have met so many immigrants over the past few years. I don’t think one of them is happier than he would be if he could have stayed at home leading a productive life. And certainly not healthier.

  21. There definitely has to be some restriction on this movement

    Absolutely there should be. I think that Petr is the only person here to have advocated unfettered immigration.

  22. Pete Moore.

    So you think us leaving the EU will make any difference to the number of immigrants and economic migrants the UK takes in?

  23. UK immigration policy was always dictated by the UK Dave. They also had an opt out for immigration quotas and the only thing that the UK is subject to regarding immigration whilst within the EU is freedom of movement of EU citizens.

    Leaving won’t make a blind bit of difference to UK domestic immigration policy although no doubt Pete already knows that.

    As I said last night,

    Clickbait rubbish designed to get a rise from the usual suspects.

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