The Invasion of Europe (Second Thread)


Lagertha

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This guy is facing deportation from Britain for the THIRD TIME. He sneaked back in and despite a 12 month ban from driving he borrowed a friends BMW to go for a takeaway. It's no wonder they have been having so many scam artists claiming to have lived in Grenfell tower, they haven't a clue who is living in Britain. They need to start introducing raids on council apartment buildings that have large numbers of Muslims.

Illegal immigrant faces deportation for a THIRD time after 130mph speed chase | Daily Mail Online
 

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the new germans integrating n' shiiiit

[video=youtube;KxJZmyvyDCU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxJZmyvyDCU[/video]


Scary. Throwing firecrackers at someone can do serious damage. In an enclosed space all the more so. It looks like they bought the entire fireworks factory they way they are carrying on.

Small wonder that Trump got elected and that the AFD got into the German Parliament.
I think the Irish will still have to go through a "baptism of punishment" like this before they cop on.
 

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"If you are a genuine asylum seeker why have you not sought asylum in the first safe country
that you arrived in?"

Home Secretary Sajid Javid questions whether migrants making risky journeys across
the English Channel are genuine asylum seekers...
 

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Dr. Kedar, a senior lecturer in the Dept of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University:

"Islamist thinkers see emigration as an opportunity to conquer the places
in which they choose to live & turn them into Islamic states...based on the
precedent set by...Mohammed"
 

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"If you are a genuine asylum seeker why have you not sought asylum in the first safe country
that you arrived in?"

Home Secretary Sajid Javid questions whether migrants making risky journeys across
the English Channel are genuine asylum seekers...
….and in response the opposition has accused him of "normalising anti-refugee rhetoric". Above all any debate must be closed down ay once.
 

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https://www.independent.ie/world-news/europe/swedish-hospital-investigating-suspected-ebola-case-37680841.html

A person is being treated in isolation at Sweden's Uppsala University Hospital on suspicion of infection with Ebola, the regional authority said on Friday.

The patient was admitted to Enkoping hospital before being transferred to Uppsala. The emergency clinic at Enkoping was closed and staff who were in contact with the patient were being looked after.
"It's... be...ginning to look a lot like Kinshasha..."
 

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Sweden should apply to become a member of the aspiring Union of African states.
 

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The story of how the Italian ‘Left’ populists enabled the far right populists
is a morality tale for our times.... :unsure:
 

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Scary. Throwing firecrackers at someone can do serious damage. In an enclosed space all the more so. It looks like they bought the entire fireworks factory they way they are carrying on.

Small wonder that Trump got elected and that the AFD got into the German Parliament.
I think the Irish will still have to go through a "baptism of punishment" like this before they cop on.
The end of the video is the worst part. People on the train being punched and then somebody stops the video by threatening the person who is doing the filming.

The local Germans seem to be totally flabbergasted.
I remember waiting at a German train station about 10 years ago, and noticing that none of the bikes were locked. Everything worked, and everybody was polite. I was thinking to myself (wouldn't it be great if Irish railway stations were as nice as this".
But all is changed now, changed utterly.
They were nice people. I feel sorry for them in a way, but then they did bring this on themselves.
I suppose people in Poland and Hungary will say the same about us in the future.
 

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The end of the video is the worst part. People on the train being punched and then somebody stops the video by threatening the person who is doing the filming.
Well, just think about it. The "press & media" in Ireland is pretty constrained too. The "NewIrish" on that train in Cologne were doing some censorship too! (in their style) :frown:

The local Germans seem to be totally flabbergasted.
I don't know how long this will last. The people of Cologne and that area have the reputation of being more like the French and not so law-abiding as the rest of Germany. Then again they took the New Year's rape celebrations of 2015 pretty much "on the chin" with only a murmur five days later.
I remember waiting at a German train station about 10 years ago, and noticing that none of the bikes were locked. Everything worked, and everybody was polite. I was thinking to myself (wouldn't it be great if Irish railway stations were as nice as this".
Being meek and docile is not the way to deal with this situation though.
But all is changed now, changed utterly.
They were nice people. I feel sorry for them in a way, but then they did bring this on themselves.
I suppose people in Poland and Hungary will say the same about us in the future.
I think that it was Frau Bundeskanzlerin Merkel who seized the initiative and did the cheerleading (and the general public obediently, enthusiastically cheered. The surprising thing is that she didn't seem to use the two eyes that she has in her head. Those phalanxes of marching refugees and almost to a man (pardon the pun) No children, no women, no grandparents --- all young marching men of military age. Something screwy here, I would have thought.

But the acid test would be if some more colums of marching men start marching north.
Would Frau Merkel open the doors of Germany to them a second time?
Would the general public come out again to give them a cheering welcome?

But it ain't over till the fat lady sings: Frau Merkel's most salient quality is to sit and wait things out and only to take action or seize the initiative till the last moment or when that is the last option. If she is true to her form she will wait till nearly the last minute of her Chancellorship before she resigns -- so four more years to go. And just in case you might miss her policies once she's gone, her chosen successor -- Frau Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer waits in the wings to fill the void and carry on the same policies.
 

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Being meek and docile is not the way to deal with this situation though.
That's true.
What's slightly worrying though, is that the German psyche is not necessarily "meek and docile". They are a bit like that guy in Meet the Fokkers movie. They expect everything to work well, and it normally does. They are a bit dour, but they cooperate with each other. When they bring somebody into the "circle of trust" they expect that person to play ball, and to do as they do. But they are a bit gullible. They are only now starting to realise that these new guys have come to Germany to get whatever they can, and to take the piss.
What happens next? The fokkers do not forgive people who abuse the circle of trust.

I've also been to African countries. Its very different there. They are all smiles up front, and it is genuine, but then a few minutes later they rob you if they get the chance.
Nothing works, everything is corrupt. Everyone expects to be ripped off by everyone else. But immediately afterwards, they forgive and forget. They genuinely forgive and move on. They can have terrible civil wars, and then a year or so later, its all forgotten, and they are all buddies again.

Each type of personality fits well enough into its own part of the world. But moving them from the one extreme to the other is like taking a fish out of water.
I think the prevalent Irish psyche is somewhere in the middle. We can adapt to either situation.
 

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That's true.
What's slightly worrying though, is that the German psyche is not necessarily "meek and docile". They are a bit like that guy in Meet the Fokkers movie. They expect everything to work well, and it normally does. They are a bit dour, but they cooperate with each other. When they bring somebody into the "circle of trust" they expect that person to play ball, and to do as they do. But they are a bit gullible. They are only now starting to realise that these new guys have come to Germany to get whatever they can, and to take the piss.
What happens next? The fokkers do not forgive people who abuse the circle of trust.

I've also been to African countries. Its very different there. They are all smiles up front, and it is genuine, but then a few minutes later they rob you if they get the chance.
Nothing works, everything is corrupt. Everyone expects to be ripped off by everyone else. But immediately afterwards, they forgive and forget. They genuinely forgive and move on. They can have terrible civil wars, and then a year or so later, its all forgotten, and they are all buddies again.

Each type of personality fits well enough into its own part of the world. But moving them from the one extreme to the other is like taking a fish out of water.

I think the prevalent Irish psyche is somewhere in the middle. We can adapt to either situation.
Some fascinating observations here. I lived long enough in Germany myself to learn the language. Quite often I heard the phrase: "the Southern Mentality" when they were talking about Italy, Spain etc. By that they meant the laid-back attitude of the Italians, the Siesta and such-like and the generally relaxed atmosphere which was in contrast to the German disciplined work rhythm and work ethic and solidarity and trust in one another, the system and the state.
On the other hand they would make jokes about Italy, the Italian government and the Italian Institutions once they went belly-up. (which was pretty often).
One such joke was that the Italian states of emergency are only the normal run of things, you don't take the Italian disasters all that serious -- Only the catastrophes.
At one stage some ex-prime minister called Benito Craxi scarpered off to Tunisia or Libia with six or seven Billion... (was it Lira or Euro? I forget) Another time ex prime minister Andreotti was held under investigation for cooperating (or running, or being a member of) the Mafia.
Now putting all those young males from the Arabian crescent in to quiet, well-ordered Germany is bound to cause frictions and explosions. Top it up with this dose of guilt and massive media bombardment of anti-racism and a little bit of "news censorship and downplay" when required.
I can see Germany's solid faith in its institutions taking a rattle in the next months and years ahead.
 

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On RTE news this evening there was coverage from a new Social housing development in Donegal, among the recipients of these new houses was an African family and a woman who looked Oriental/Filipino. What is wrong in this country? Irish families are being dumped in so called Family Hubs which are little better than hostels while migrants are being given Social Housing, it's disgusting.
 

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If it was a gang of white lads doing that we would be told it's a hate crime.

This is the sort of situation which has leftist in a spin as they don't know who to support.
We know who they'll support, they'll support the Muslims and spout nonsense like ''cultural misunderstandings''. Just like the ''feminist'' posters on here who are defending the Muslim taxi driver who repeatedly raped the young Irish woman in his taxi. The same posters would have hung the lads in Belfast from the nearest tree, but they'll support the Muslim rapist over the white Irish victim every single time.
 
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