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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Merkel muss weg

And then be arrested and put on trial for treason, one would hope. But regardless, one hopes Germany will soon see the last of worst German Chancellor since Hitler:
Angela Merkel could be ousted as Chancellor by next week if she doesn't come up with a plan for the migrant crisis, a German MP claims.

Kai Whittaker, a member of Ms Merkel's Christian Democratic Union, said infighting could weaken the ruling coalition and make her position untenable.

Ms Merkel is at war with her Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who wants Germany to send back migrants who have registered in other EU countries. Ms Merkel is sticking to her guns, maintaining an open-door migrant policy is crucial for keeping Europe united despite the political standoff with her Bavarian ally.

In her weekly podcast, three days before talks between Ms Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron outside Berlin, she hammered home her stance. 'This is a European challenge that also needs a European solution. And I view this issue as decisive for keeping Europe together,' she said.

Members said Mr Seehofer would defy Merkel on Monday if no compromise has been reached by then, and go ahead with the plans alone. Such an affront to Merkel could force her to fire Seehofer, and there is even talk of the end of the 70-year conservative parliamentary alliance between the two parties. Without the CSU, the CDU and Social Democrats, the third party in her 'grand coalition', would lack a majority.
It's astonishing that the outcome is even in doubt at this point.

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83 Comments:

Blogger Amy June 16, 2018 5:51 PM  

“European solution.”

In the past, that meant driving out the invaders, with force and bloodshed, and never letting them return.

Blogger Darwinite June 16, 2018 6:10 PM  

In somewhat related news, Spain’s new Socialist Workers’ Party government has announced they are tearing down their border fences.

Blogger The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey June 16, 2018 6:13 PM  

Does anybody buy the logic, or even understand it, when Merkel states that the open door policy for non-European migrants is decisive for European unity? It is the single most disruptive thing to European culture that one might imagine.

Blogger pyrrhus June 16, 2018 6:14 PM  

Germans don't seem to be very good at politics, and are way too obedient to authority...They have to go back.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother June 16, 2018 6:15 PM  

Uniform, United and Brown.

Blogger God Emperor Memes June 16, 2018 6:19 PM  

Which, as we all know, is precisely the intent. - Anything even remotely Christian MUST be destroyed.

Blogger Jonathan June 16, 2018 6:19 PM  

At least when Hitler was finished Germany was still German.

Blogger tz June 16, 2018 6:37 PM  

I think "worst German Chancellor since Hitler" is debatable only in that Merkle is likely worse, so you would have to go back farther.

Blogger Mar Go June 16, 2018 6:40 PM  

It seems like things are starting to get rowdy, ever since salvini got in power.

Blogger James Dixon June 16, 2018 6:43 PM  

> It's astonishing that the outcome is even in doubt at this point.

"Though the mills of God grind slowly; Yet they grind exceeding small"

Blogger Mo Cato June 16, 2018 6:58 PM  

In my opinion Schröder was worse, not as person but his government was full with neomarxist scum which made Germany into a civic nationalist nation, what will give the descendants of non european immigrants the citizenship with birth (as well as double citizenship so migrants don't really need to identify with Germany but can take the vote and other benefits) and so it's became impossible to lawfully expel them at a later date.
He started the Kampf gegen rechts (fight against the right) and it's named like this because his government declared war on all of the right, not only right-wing extremism.
Under his government the left took power of the federal political education program which was traditional supervised by all parties in parliament.

Blogger qualitycontrol June 16, 2018 6:58 PM  

@8. tz
Germany is a significantly younger nation that the United States. Merkel is not only worse than Hitler, she is the worst leader we ever had.

@4. pyrrhus
Germany isn't even a sovereign state.

Blogger Jourdan June 16, 2018 7:06 PM  

Again, with the Lucy will totally hold the football bit.

The CSU is like the Republicans.

Except less tough and reliable....

Blogger Crew June 16, 2018 7:19 PM  

It will be good to see some sanity prevail in Germany.

Blogger SirMaorio June 16, 2018 7:38 PM  

I'm torn between thinking all that "mutter" merkel wants is power and that she's an open borders retard... this will be the case that clears things up for me I hope

Blogger NO GOOGLES June 16, 2018 7:46 PM  

It's very simple: Merkel hates Germany. She was an East German bureaucrat and she misses the absolute authority that East Germany wielded and hates West Germany (ie, Germany) for taking that away.

There's a ton of examples of Merkel having the opportunity just to show even the tiniest modicum of polite patriotism and she rudely refuses every time. It's not for no reason.

Blogger Jew613 June 16, 2018 7:46 PM  

Why do they need a plan? Germany has an army, & a police force, gather up the not-Germans put them on trai- put them on buses and ships and send the invaders home. If they want their country to survive that is the only option.

Blogger Daniel June 16, 2018 7:49 PM  

There is something Kurt Waldheimesque about Merkel. Somebody(s) has/have the goods on her and have been keeping her on a tight leash. She will do their bidding until the end so as not to be exposed. She was involved with Communist youth groups during her time in East German. It is an established fact that the East German state cultivated more informers and spies than any state every encountered. Dark secrets. But the German people themselves are to blame for ever putting such a known risk into a position of authority and power.

Blogger Phillip George June 16, 2018 7:54 PM  

The Overton Window is.....

The vote is a referendum on Islam.

Blogger Lazarus June 16, 2018 7:57 PM  

The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey wrote:Does anybody buy the logic, or even understand it, when Merkel states that the open door policy for non-European migrants is decisive for European unity? It is the single most disruptive thing to European culture that one might imagine.

The European elites have embraced the binary options of European unity or European war. On one hand (left), it is understandable, considering European history. On the other hand (right) if they did a pogram on the globalist bankers, they could not afford to war with each other.

Blogger Emmett Fitz-Hume June 16, 2018 8:09 PM  

@17

Jew613,

Thank you. You made me laugh so hard I almost choked.

Blogger DonReynolds June 16, 2018 8:10 PM  

"Ms Merkel is sticking to her guns, maintaining an open-door migrant policy is crucial for keeping Europe united despite the political standoff with her Bavarian ally."

How is it possible, that the MOST DIVISIVE and MOST UNPOPULAR decision since the Berlin Wall, or France leaving NATO, going to keep Europe "united"???

If the decision itself creates disunity across the whole of Europe and threatens to destroy the European Union, HOW will insisting create any sort of unity?? Is this that same crap Obama called "double down", some gambling metaphor?

It is time for the adults in the room to come to the rescue and pry Germany and the European Union from the crying fingers of the little kids. Yes, sometimes we do have to take candy from a baby. In this case, the baby is choking on candy, so it is the adult thing to do now.

I say look for this to be just the opening for the Remainers in the UK to cancel Brexit....with Teresa May's eager approval. Once the hated "open door" to Europe is closed, the argument will be made that much of the reason for Brexit has been resolved and it is no longer necessary or responsible. Yes, they can even say it with a straight face. The clowns in Brussels may even float the idea themselves.

Blogger Paul M June 16, 2018 8:38 PM  

"And I view this issue as decisive for keeping Europe together"

Ms Merkel is perfectly correct about this, but she does rather have the wrong end of the stick.

Blogger Greg Thomas June 16, 2018 8:55 PM  

A friend with relatives in German politics thinks she is doing what she is following orders but trying to soften the blow on Germany as much as possible. This came up in conversation as to me she appears to be killing the nation (volk) for the country (land and business). Perhaps they are operating on a higher level, but my little 2.5 SD brain can't see it.

Though it would explain allowing entry by fraud (40yo "children") to the point of encouragement. As those who enter by fraud will be easiest to expel when the time comes. Maybe 20% of the burden right there.

Germany has not been granted sovereignty back from conquering powers.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf June 16, 2018 9:06 PM  

What on Earth do they have on her?! Scat porn? I cannot fathom any other explanation for her ridiculous 180 about face from when she claimed Islam and Christianity are not compatible. She has a doctorate in physics? She cannot be ignorant of the lobl term consequences from her position. So what is it? Why is she attempting to destroy Europe?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 16, 2018 9:24 PM  

It is generally thought that when in her teens, Merkel served as a honeypot for the Stasi. If she did, there are countless films.

Blogger Jew613 June 16, 2018 9:24 PM  

Emmet, you're welcome.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother June 16, 2018 9:31 PM  

Those words, Merkel and honeypot, don't go together.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 16, 2018 9:49 PM  

In East Germany they could. There's a nude of Merkel when she was 17 at some East German Naturist Camp floating about the internet. She wasn't always 65.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother June 16, 2018 10:11 PM  

No way she was getting anywhere in W Germany like that. I've seen the picture.

Blogger Blume June 16, 2018 10:28 PM  

I am with animal mother. If Merkel was a honey pot it was for blind men. That face is worthy of a double bagger.

Blogger Lazarus June 16, 2018 10:37 PM  

Stg58/Animal Mother wrote:No way she was getting anywhere in W Germany like that. I've seen the picture.

bEER Goggles

lotta beer in Germany

Blogger Ledford Ledford June 16, 2018 10:40 PM  

The CSU splitting from the CDU would be huge. In my opinion, as big an earthquake as the Italian elections. Things are moving faster than I ever expected, I must admit. What's been exposed is a striking level of political incompetence among the globalists.

Another admission: I thought Trump would lose. I voted for him, went to bed, and prayed for the strength to endure a Hillary presidency. He won, you may have noticed. I've truly overestimated Moldbug's "Cathedral." Most of my friends and family are well to the left of me, so I have an excuse.

I'm demonstrably bad at predicting the political near future, but I see things accelerating. Maybe some sort of nationalist coup within the Tory Party?

Blogger The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey June 16, 2018 10:43 PM  

Who gives a damn about how Merkel looked in her youth and how she played it? That is completely irrelevant.

Blogger Ransom Smith June 16, 2018 10:47 PM  

bEER Goggles

lotta beer in Germany

Do you even know how much beer it takes to get your average German drunk?
Hint, they sell it by the liter for a reason.

Blogger Al Du Clur June 16, 2018 10:49 PM  

"Worst since Hitler. " For all Hitler's faults he didn't hate Germans and seek the destruction of their culture.

Blogger luismanblog June 16, 2018 11:03 PM  

When it comes to immigration, I think you seriously underestimate the numerical value of "infinite" for the stupidity of (not only the European) people.

Blogger Some Guy June 16, 2018 11:18 PM  

She’s not a real German, she has to go back!

Blogger The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey June 16, 2018 11:19 PM  

Back in Hitler's day, if you wanted to do something like overrunning Europe, you had to do the hard work of arranging to invade it militarily.

That's not so anymore! No, apparently all you have to do is to send your people to waltz in and then to set about making the place as they please.

It is astonishing, really.

And leaders like Angela Merkel will have their memories spit upon by generations of Germans to come. Many generations. It is amazing that people like Angela Merkel even exist, much less get elected to be Chancellor of Germany.

Blogger insight June 16, 2018 11:44 PM  

"Does anybody buy the logic, or even understand it, when Merkel states that the open door policy for non-European migrants is decisive for European unity?

Its one of the ways the idiots that be keep their leftard minions mesmerized and inline... say-so language.

Blogger Ian Stein June 16, 2018 11:49 PM  

Merkel is just downright crazy, a nut. She destroyed her country and countrymen for what? Ship her by U-boat to Argentina where she can start a new life under an assumed name and leave normal people alone.

Blogger Michael Simpson June 17, 2018 12:01 AM  

It's the same in the United States the left will bend over backwards to keep the border open it makes no sense unless they really want a civil war

Blogger DonReynolds June 17, 2018 12:18 AM  

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Blogger Ominous Cowherd June 17, 2018 12:20 AM  

" If Merkel was a honey pot it was for blind men. That face is worthy of a double bagger."

It's not hard to find black and white photos of Merkel and friends. Merkel is easy to spot: she is the ugly one. She would have been a torture instrument, not a honeypot.

Blogger DonReynolds June 17, 2018 12:20 AM  

Michael Simpson wrote:It's the same in the United States the left will bend over backwards to keep the border open it makes no sense unless they really want a civil war

Civil wars have a tendency to not stay civil for very long, featuring the intervention of foreign military forces.

Would Mexico intervene in a US civil war? I think it is very likely, particularly since they have 10 percent of Mexico living in the USA.

Blogger Sidehill Dodger June 17, 2018 12:29 AM  

Ledford Ledford wrote:The CSU splitting from the CDU would be huge. In my opinion, as big an earthquake as the Italian elections.

Yes. Except Germany is much more powerful than Italy. Without Germany, there is no European Union. If Germany drops out, that's the end.

For people who don't understand the byzantine subtleties of German politics, the CSU (Christlich Soziale Union) is an exclusively Bavarian party. As such, they have always been at the right end of the political spectrum, because Bavarians have always tended to be conservative. They have also received the brunt of the refugees--most of those trains stopped in Munich. I was there when the big wave arrived, and I was there this April. Believe me, sentiment is high against the rapefugees.

Well guess what, there are regional elections coming up in Bavaria this Fall! The CSU doesn't want to get shafted for Mutti Merkel's policies. They don't want to see a Bavarian parliament dominated by the anti-immigrant AfD, so they are forcing the immigration issue, hoping to position themselves as anti-immigrant in the public mind. Either Mutti will give in, or they are willing to break up the government and force a general (i.e. national) election.

How this will work out for the CSU is questionable. I think it's too late for the CSU. They are too heavily identified with Mutti's policies, and will go down to the AfD no matter what they do. If Seehofer, the CSU head, forces a national election, I don't see how this will really help the CSU. The German people have gotten past the idea that voting their true sentiments is "a vote wasted". It's obvious that the AfD can win--and that alone is enough to give them a win. Will it be an absolute majority? I'm not sure--but I am sure that they will be part of any new government, or there will be no German government.

A lot of people misunderstood the result of the last German federal elections--it was anything but a vote of confidence in Merkel.

Blogger SciVo June 17, 2018 12:51 AM  

The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey wrote:Does anybody buy the logic, or even understand it, when Merkel states that the open door policy for non-European migrants is decisive for European unity? It is the single most disruptive thing to European culture that one might imagine.

A clique can't possibly be very "united" if some are allowed to just *break* the suicide pact! And a Final Solution to the European Problem would "fix" that "flaw".

Blogger Sidehill Dodger June 17, 2018 1:09 AM  

NO GOOGLES wrote:It's very simple: Merkel hates Germany. She was an East German bureaucrat and she misses the absolute authority that East Germany wielded and hates West Germany (ie, Germany) for taking that away.

There's a ton of examples of Merkel having the opportunity just to show even the tiniest modicum of polite patriotism and she rudely refuses every time. It's not for no reason.


I'm sorry, but you're missing the important stuff. Merkel is anti-national to her very core, for the highest idealistic reasons. The driving force behind the European Union ideology--which Mutti Merkel believes in passionately--is that the nation-state must be eliminated. "Globalism" is another word for the same idea. The goal of these policies is to avoid another World War.

The way I see it, some people got together, probably some time in the 1950s, and asked themselves, "What can we do to avoid another disaster like the last two world wars?" The world wars were wars between nation states, so it's not too much of an intellectual leap to see their answer: eliminate the nation state. "Everybody get together, love one another, right now" is not just a song, it's the policy of the ruling elites.

I don't know if there really is a group like this, a coherent connected organization (the Bilderbergers?) that has been striving for the death of the nation state as an institution. But we might as well assume that they exist, because the present state of affairs looks like a plan.

As you point out, Mutti M has been acting against her own political interests and against the German nation. Why? Because she thinks nations are evil. They cause wars. Read Martin van Creveld--he noted that the "European model nation-state" is disappearing, and being replaced by organizations that are neither states, nor of national character, and he said this in the late 1980s. I don't agree with the reasons he gave for this development, but he was right to say it is happening.

The intended goal of the anti-nationalists (or "globalists") is to create instrumentalities of governance that transcend the nation state, and to which the states transfer their sovereignty. The European Union is the most advanced of these instrumentalities, while the United Nations has been just wallowing around for a long time. (You understand, when I say "advanced", I mean it in the same sense as "advanced cancer".)

These people mean well. They are reacting against events that truly were catastrophic. However, they are unwittingly making things worse. The two world wars may have initiated a crisis of Western civilization, but they are making sure that this civilization is finished off completely. They are doctors who think killing the patient is a cure. The European model nation-state was responsible for the rise of our civilization, and killing it is not going to make things better. (Of course, the U.S. is one of these "European" model states--It just happens to be located on another continent.)

Well, it looks like people are finally waking up, and seeing the consequences of these do-gooder policies. I hope it's not too late. Arise, ye nations!

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 17, 2018 1:31 AM  

"In somewhat related news, Spain’s new Socialist Workers’ Party government has announced they are tearing down their border fences."

That (((smells))). Is it?

"Does anybody buy the logic, or even understand it, when Merkel states that the open door policy for non-European migrants is decisive for European unity?"

Certainly, it's correct. It even makes sense in multiple ways.

It's decisively abortive for Europe's unity on one hand. On another it decisively stimulates unity between the actual Europeans against the invaders.

"I'm torn between thinking all that "mutter" merkel wants is power and that she's an open borders retard... this will be the case that clears things up for me I hope"

You're thinking too small. She's decisively evil, and testing how far she can push the envelope.

"There is something Kurt Waldheimesque about Merkel. Somebody(s) has/have the goods on her and have been keeping her on a tight leash."

Seems likely, yes, as her pushing of the envelope is oddly maladroit. She's still evil.

"How is it possible, that the MOST DIVISIVE and MOST UNPOPULAR decision since the Berlin Wall, or France leaving NATO, going to keep Europe "united"???"

Tyranny is unity.
Assimilation is consensus.
Oppression is liberation.

"This came up in conversation as to me she appears to be killing the nation (volk) for the country (land and business)."

The immaterial chains composed of lies known as fiat finance draw everything toward the center in their pockets. They don't care about the volk, only the loot.

Blogger Darcy June 17, 2018 1:32 AM  

I was there when the big wave arrived, and I was there this April. Believe me, sentiment is high against the rapefugees.

Interesting to hear a firsthand account. It sounds like you were there on two occasions? Could you offer any insights on how much, if any, the sentiment has changed between visits?

For example, you say now that the sentiment is high against the rapefugees. On previous occasions, were the locals more welcoming? Was this an area where the women were holding "welcome" signs? Are the women still enthusiastic? Or have they been slapped around by reality?

If sentiment is finally shifting (especially among those who previously welcomed the invasion), this would be a very good thing.

Thanks for any insight.

Blogger Sidehill Dodger June 17, 2018 2:41 AM  

Darcy wrote:Interesting to hear a firsthand account. It sounds like you were there on two occasions? Could you offer any insights on how much, if any, the sentiment has changed between visits?

I do visit the country of my birth every year or so to see my aunt. You're right in noting that the first visible reaction of the people of Bavaria (and Germany as a whole) was mostly welcoming to the barbarian influx. The legacy media determined the narrative: these poor people need help. Only Nazis would turn them away.

The change in Germany has been a slow process, slow to come to a boil. The immigrants have for decades been the recipients of repressed hostility. Repressed because the legacy media and the government were able to maintain the idea that anti-immigrant=Nazi. A lot of people resented the fact that these immigrants were given free housing, food, and subsidies, but nobody really dared to speak openly about it because...that would mean looking like a Nazi. You have to understand just how sensitive Germans are to the whole Nazi thing. They've been portrayed as the bad guys of history, and they believe it.

I first noticed the AfD when I was in Munich during the general election of 2013. There was a little old lady (younger than I am) handing out flyers at the local supermarket. I read the flyer, and was impressed. You see, the flyer said pretty much what a lot of Germans were thinking, but not what they were being told to think by the media. The thrust of the leaflet was anti-Euro, anti European Union and pro German nationalism. I don't recall the "refugees" being mentioned at all. This was the first general election in which the AfD ran, and they failed to meet the minimum 5% vote threshold to get any representatives into the Bundestag (parliament).

I noticed when the AfD beat Merkel's party in Merkel's home state--Mecklenburg-Vorpommern--in 2016. Her home state! Hmm.

After the initial flood, the news about the influx became less positive. When those refugees wound up being quartered in little Bavarian villages, the actual friction of such vastly different cultures became hard to ignore. The strain on local resources became apparent. Things like the New Year's Eve rapes in Köln (Cologne) helped people understand what had happened.

During my visit a couple of months ago, I heard Merkel referred to as "Mutti Merkel" in a tone of contempt by the majority of people I talked to. I think that all the consequences of Europianism--the adoption of the Euro, the ridiculous arbitrary rules passed by Eurocrats, and the lack of any enforced borders that let anyone who wants to enter--have merged in the minds of Germans, and the resentment has assumed a much more concrete, practical form than before.

The fact that the AfD has proved that it is a viable party makes a big difference: the German people feel that their vote might actually count for something.

The biggest problem I see with Germany now is that their legacy media is still very much in control, and their censorship laws mean you don't just get banned from Twitter for "hate speech"--you
go to jail.

I think that there's hope for Germany, while I'm very pessimistic about Britain. I think the AfD will be in the next national government. Even my aunt is ready to vote for them. I can only hope that they will prove adequate to the task in terms of leadership talent.

Blogger Walter Aske June 17, 2018 4:58 AM  

I've taught English in Munich since 2011 and even the big city Bavarians are relatively trad. In 2015 a lot of silly Bavarian women were simpering about poor refugee children and tut tutting at me & my horrid right-wing attitude (i get a pass because i'm half-Indian & subconsciously they believe only white people can be racist). After Cologne, one of these silly women said she was afraid to go to her car in the evening, lest a rapugee be lurking in the company car park; she then asked me where to buy pepper spray.

I have many many female students who are nice, sentimental, fluffy, like pleasant rabbits really, but their attitude has very swiftly changed from "we must show the world that Germans are good people!" to "these refugees are very dangerous! I have fear!" It's curious that people who rarely go to church are increasingly talking about how the invaders disrespect & even hate Christianity, as if that has become one focal point for their dissent.

I note that whereas i always referred to the xenos as "migrants" or even "invaders", most of my students continue to call them "refugees" but the tone has changed - they now use the word the way i use "invader".

They still think Trump is stupid and "crazy" but that's because the Hun trust mainstream media (any authority, really) and they generally dislike Americans and Trump is sehr American.

I knew one of Seehofer's people a few years ago, he said no one in the Bavarian parliament could understand why Merkel was inviting the 3rd World in - they thought she was mad - which suggests that Seehofer (or Drehhofer as they call him, "drehen" being "to turn" - he's a weathervane for popular sentiment) isn't compromised, otherwise Merkel's managers would i guess have simply told him to follow her line or else.

Blogger Zwiebel June 17, 2018 5:34 AM  

It is certainly intriguing, but Seehofer has aptly been described as someone who jumps as a lion, but lands as a rug.

Still, Bavaria (his state) will vote, soon, and the Bavarians often feel closer to their Austrian neighbours than to Berlin's Prussians.

It is so curious, I hear lots of people complaining, but they are not ready to draw the consequences. Last week I spoke to a grandma who complained about her friend's grandson being one of only four German kids in his class, and being severely bullied. She complained about the teenage girls in the village throwing themselves at the Turks. She complained about Merkel, and that she can't see the woman's face any more without wanting to puke. And then she suddenly said: "And the state must take care of these Nazis I Rostock (500km away...), as well!" It proper broke out of her, like puss from a pimpel! As if she was hypnotised or something. I'm sometimes wondering if that is it: the TV is hypnotising us, and I'm just not as susceptible, and don't watch much of it, anyway...

Blogger Ledford Ledford June 17, 2018 5:58 AM  

Thanks to all for the firsthand reports.

As if she was hypnotised or something. I'm sometimes wondering if that is it: the TV is hypnotising us, and I'm just not as susceptible, and don't watch much of it, anyway...

I notice this among older folk in America (and elsewhere) as well. I think for much of their lives things went pretty well for them if you just went along with whatever the highest secular moral authorities said.

Blogger Don't Call Me Len June 17, 2018 8:02 AM  

These people mean well. They are reacting against events that truly were catastrophic.


Then it's double demerits for these dopes being so ignorant about the state of the world it wasn't dominated by "European nation states".

Besides, they're leftists, who as a group don't really give a wet slap about people dying in their millions and will happily live atop a mountain bodies if that will lead to the glorious future in which they're in total control, so the "they're idealists trying to prevent another world war" is a terribly ineffective cover story.

Blogger VD June 17, 2018 9:05 AM  

On what precisely what policies, events, accomplishments, etc., does your implied imprecation of the Hitler chancellorship rest? Just curious (we're about facts here, no?).

Shut up and go away. Alt-Retard is not welcome here.

Blogger tuberman June 17, 2018 9:29 AM  

I believe the time has come to refer to these Muslims, and all similar ilk as "Invaders," and nothing else.

Blogger tuberman June 17, 2018 9:35 AM  

"As if she was hypnotised or something."

Not only MSM, but TV and movies, and government education does promote MK-Ultra like propaganda. "Follow the Stars." Most of the STARS are 100% comped, and those who are not, are afraid to say. Then there is the meds and the Feminist alcoholics, etc, etc.

Blogger tuberman June 17, 2018 9:43 AM  

58. tuberman

Add on the music and nearly 100% of the pundits and politicians being owned as puppets. Sports figures are often comped too.

Takes a lot to go against the grain, when you know in advance that you will be called crazy, and not the real creeps that project everything.

It is rolling over now though, and it will become an unstoppable, crushing force.

Blogger Shimshon June 17, 2018 10:13 AM  

@57 tuberman, we call the Somalis and Eritreans here infiltrators. Works for me.

Blogger English Tom June 17, 2018 10:27 AM  

@Greg Thomas

She is doing what she is ordered to do. The game plan seems to be to collapse the EU into financial and social and therefore political chaos. Eventually Russia will restore order a scythe remnants of Europe will be added on to the EAEU (the Eurasian Economic Union). The bankers will then control a single space between Lisbon and Vladivostok, which has long been their dream (see: Halford Mackinder and The World Island concept of geopolitics).

Blogger English Tom June 17, 2018 10:32 AM  

@Michael Simpson

...unless they want a civil war.

BINGO!

Blogger James Dixon June 17, 2018 10:36 AM  

> ...it makes no sense unless they really want a civil war.

If that's what it takes for them to remain in power they have no problem with it.

Blogger Darcy June 17, 2018 11:01 AM  

Thanks for the firsthand accounts. Maybe there's hope for Germany yet.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 17, 2018 11:45 AM  

Merkel: We can do it!

Crowd: WHY should we?

Blogger John Bradley June 17, 2018 11:48 AM  

...unless they want a civil war.

Molyneux suggested as much in a recent podcast. He was talking about the coming economic meltdown of the West, as ever-increasing debt, interest payments, and unpayable 'obligations' swamp the budgets in the next 15 years.

Points out that in the past, War was always the answer. People will accept all sorts of harsh circumstances (rationing, benefit cutbacks either through means-testing or outright elimination, etc.) that they'd never allow during peacetime.

BUT, international Total War is a dangerous thing these days, what with nukes and all. Hence the importation and stoking of an aggrieved underclass. "Civil" war lets them hit the economic reset button, and remain in power... at least that's what they think.

Blogger Sam June 17, 2018 12:35 PM  

In the absence of alpha males, women with power act out in increasingly destructive ways until an alpha male intervenes. You also get craziness in old women without children who have nothing to lose and don't care about the future. Combined with the current fashion, you get Merkel's million man march.

@33
Who knows? Jim thinks things are going to progress to autogenocide within 8 years. Even the most optimistic outlook gives the US until the 2030s.

@36
Towards the end he did (the meth probably didn't help)

Blogger EasyCompany June 17, 2018 2:23 PM  

Isn't this about the 100th time she was finally going to go?

She seems able to hang on no matter what.

Old Statzi files?

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 17, 2018 4:41 PM  

Civil war in the stronger, more developed countries is always a win for the Globalists.

It allows them to seize greater control. It allows them to gain strangleholds on the countries that would otherwise reject euphemized enslavement.

This is part of what disturbs me about the coming war in the USA. Our best bet is to keep it peaceful as long as possible by that metric, and yet things have to be changed now, or else they soon won't be able to change at all.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 17, 2018 5:24 PM  

@70

We have a civil war going on right now. However, it's mostly under cover, and it's not being fought with blades or firearms...yet.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 17, 2018 6:21 PM  

"and it's not being fought with blades or firearms...yet."

The Globalist financiers work by shorting and then rounding up all of the assets of a country as/after it falls into a period of international weakness. I agree CivWar II has already begun, but it's not dynamic enough yet for us to actually be in a position of weakness as far as I can tell. When states start leaving and/or breaking up, and we get the Lincoln Option Round Two, that's when the nation gets the economic slave collar slipped around its neck.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 17, 2018 7:14 PM  

It's like the Jews' war against Germany.


(((They))) DECLARED war against Germany in 1933.

(((They))) actually first went to war against Germany 2 weeks before they sent the Zimmerman Telegram(*) , while their (((buddies))) in the British Telegraph Office, decrypted it with the (((German))) supplied key.

(*) while Germany was days away from winning WW1, and offering terms of no reparations, and return to the status quo ante borders

Blogger DrAndroSF June 17, 2018 7:38 PM  

The entire* political class of Western Europe needs to be hung. Slowly. In public. For starters.

*virtually

Blogger Michael O'Duibhir June 17, 2018 9:18 PM  

@56

You're a narcissistic little jerk. This blog is nothing other than a forum for you to prance around and insist that everyone acknowledge that you are SO! SO! intelligent. That's all it is. We're supposed to kiss your ass and tell you how smart you are. I simply asked to see some facts about Hitler's reign as chancellor and you obviously couldn't deliver the goods. So, you get nasty about it. That means you're an immature little brat who can't handle the intellectual heavy lifting that the big boys engage in. I'll gladly join the multitude of former commenters who came to finally see that you're hopeless. Adios.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 18, 2018 1:27 AM  

@Michael,
I wish I could believe you're not coming back. It would make me happy to see the last of your sorry, low-IQ, catch-prhase quoting ass.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 18, 2018 1:42 AM  

@74

Your name stands out, and yet, of all the times I've seen it, I don't recall you actually adding to any conversation that you've commented in.

Good luck with that.

Blogger Lyon June 18, 2018 2:24 AM  

@1. Exactly.

Blogger Lyon June 18, 2018 2:28 AM  

@28. THAT was funny. I actually chuckled.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 18, 2018 6:16 AM  

@29

"In East Germany they could. There's a nude of Merkel when she was 17 at some East German Naturist Camp floating about the internet. She wasn't always 65."

What's utterly amazing about that photo is that even as a physically mature teenager, shown fully frontal, without a stitch of clothing, she STILL doesn't look attractive to my Not-Trapped-in-Stalin's-East-Germany eyes.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 18, 2018 6:18 AM  

"And leaders like Angela Merkel will have their memories spit upon by generations of Germans to come. Many generations. It is amazing that people like Angela Merkel even exist, much less get elected to be Chancellor of Germany."

Vote fraud.
Obviously.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 18, 2018 6:24 AM  

@41

"Merkel is just downright crazy, a nut. She destroyed her country and countrymen for what? Ship her by U-boat to Argentina where she can start a new life under an assumed name and leave normal people alone."

She can't. The children of Adolph Hitler would kill her -- and she knows it.

Recently came across the FBI file on "Hitler in Argentina."

There were eye-witness attestations of him and a couple others disbarking a sub with a raft and meeting a shore party in Argentina before Germany even surrendered. Also that he was taken to a ranch to live and lay low, but I can find no document showing the location of that ranch.

This makes the 1970s black and white "son of Hitler?" photo showing, among the people in a restaurant, a man in his 20 with a STRONG facial resemblance, much, MUCH more interesting and intriguing.

Blogger Dirk Manly June 18, 2018 6:50 AM  

@53

"'m sometimes wondering if that is it: the TV is hypnotising us,"

TV, and movies, are both naturally hypnotic. Suspention of disbelief is part of any show. Once you are in the suspended belief state, they can throw nearly any stupid idea at you, and part of it will stick.

Want to clean up your head? Get rid of your TV.

Blogger Elek Seed June 18, 2018 7:15 AM  

VD,

You should know better than this.

1) Merkel can invite the Greens or the Freedoms (liberals), as she needs only 3 seats to have majority.

2) Giving up the CDU/CSU alliance means the CDU will run in the Bavarian local elections which it never did, splitting the conservative vote and likely costing the CSU the Bavarian election

3) The CSU cannot make up for it elsewhere, cannot fill in the hole in the right that the leftward movement of the CDU means, because everybody thinks of them as a Bavarian only party. Rather the AfD would fill that.

4) So the CSU has no cards to play at all and will be forced to compromise.

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