October 20, 2015
We’ve got big trouble in #ProjectGermany – Nazis and freezing vibrants.
We’ve got a bottleneck in Croatia, as Slovenia has shut their border down and sent in the military to keep out innocent gang-raping welfare parasites who just want a better life and free everything.
Slovenia said on Tuesday it would deploy the army to guard its border and appealed for help from the European Union as migrants streamed through the tiny country and many thousands more spent another cold night outside in the Balkans.
Attempts by Slovenia to ration the flow of migrants since Hungary sealed its border with Croatia at midnight on Friday have triggered a knock-on effect through the Balkans, with thousands held up at border crossings.
At least 12,100 migrants were currently in Serbia, the prime minister said on Tuesday, and the U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) reported at least 2,500 migrants stranded in no man’s land between Croatia and Serbia.
By late morning on Tuesday, 5,000 migrants had entered Slovenia, after some 8,000 in total had crossed the border on Monday, the Slovenian Interior Ministry said.
At the Berkasovo border crossing between Serbia and Croatia, Jamal, a 50-year-old Syrian from the city of Tartus, spent the night at the border crossing with his daughter and wife.
“It was very cold, very, very cold, we are shivering, we received some food, but (there were) no tents for everybody, so we slept under a van, they gave us blankets,” Jamal said.
I can’t even begin to imagine what it must feel like to feel cold. You truly are a hero, Jamal.
Meanwhile, some terrible religious person in Syria is trying to stop the freedom flow into the true democratic welfare state of #ProjectGermany.
Europe should stop luring Syrians away from their homeland and instead focus on ending the civil war, the Archbishop of Aleppo has said.
Hitting back at Anglican bishops who signed a letter calling for Britain to take in tens of thousands more migrants, Archbishop Jean-Clément Jeanbart told BBC Radio 4: “If they look to our country, our communities there, we suffer when people leave our country.
“What I would ask everybody to do is to try our best to stop feeding and encouraging radicalism and fundamentalism, and find a political solution where compromise may be done.”
His comments come after a group of 84 bishops from the Church of England wrote a letter to the prime minister last month calling for him to take 50,000 migrants over the space of five years. Although initially private, the letter was made public this weekend and appeared in all the Sunday papers after the bishops did not receive a reply.
When asked if the Anglican bishops’ suggestion of taking more migrants would harm Syria, Archbishop Jeanbart responded: “Yes of course. It harms Syria and harms the refugees.”
“I do not contest the right or Christian duty to call for a charitable act, but it is not just a question of accommodating people.”
Sounds like he’s sour grapes because he knows the great economic benefits these migrants are going to bring to Germany, and he wants to keep all this diversity for himself.
Well sorry, chap, but Europe deserves a slice of this diversity.
In fact, we cannot survive without it.
The real problem, besides learning how to keep these millions of military aged men fit and healthy, is these Nazis.
The German anti-Islam movement PEGIDA staged its biggest rally in months on Monday, sparked into fresh life on its first anniversary by anger at the government’s decision to take in hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East.
PEGIDA, or Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West, almost fizzled out earlier this year when its leader resigned after a photo was published of him posing as Hitler.
But it has swelled again as Germany implements Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to accept a tide of refugees that could exceed a million this year, as she argues that Germany can not only cope but, with its aging population, will benefit in the long term.
I think she’s actually stopped saying that now, Newsweek, since they started announcing the billions upon billions that these people are going to cost. I haven’t seen her say it in like a month.
Now it is just about helping the unfortunate military aged males who are so, so, so totally helpless.
Police declined to estimate the number of protesters but media put it at 15-20,000, somewhat below a peak of around 25,000 in January. Around 14,000 counter-demonstrators urged people to welcome refugees rather than whip up opposition.
PEGIDA supporters waved the national flag and carried posters bearing slogans such as “Hell comes with fake refugees” and “Every people should have its country, not every people a piece of Germany“.
Gathering outside Dresden’s historic opera house, the Semperoper, PEGIDA supporters chanted “Deport! Deport!” and “Merkel must go!”.
“We’re just normal people who are scared of what’s coming,” said 37-year-old Patrick, a car mechanic. “As a German citizen who pays taxes, you feel like you’re being taken for a ride.”
Lutz Bachmann, the leader who resigned, told the rally: “Politicians attack and defame us and the lowest tricks are used to keep our mouths shut. We are threatened with death, there are attacks on our vehicles and houses and we are dragged through the mud, but we are still here … And we will triumph!”
Almost as bad as Hungary.