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Monday, June 27, 2016

A lost faith

Even some of the EU's most instinctive supporters are turning from it in disgust:
 I actually used to be a big proponent of the EU. I was aware of the obvious problems, but I thought the achievements (long-term peace in Europe, war between Germany and France having become unthinkable, EU aid helping make the likes of Spain and Ireland more prosperous, and EU-required reforms making Eastern European countries modernize) more than made up for the organization itself being notoriously undemocratic. Europe was for a long time peaceful and prosperous, and the EU seemed to be a contributing factor to that.

However, during the last 10 years it has become very clear that the EU is simply not working. Take the Euro for example. While it’s very convenient to able to use the same type of money in many different EU countries, forcing vastly different countries (ranging from Cyprus and Ireland to Slovakia and Germany) to share the same currency basically imposed a rigid one-size-fits-all model on economies that had very little in common. As a result of losing monetary sovereignty, Eurozone countries could (and did) struggle mightily economically while lacking many of the monetary options for stimulating their economies that countries with their own currencies have at their disposal – like cutting interest rates. Member states are instead at the mercy of the European Central Bank, and good luck exerting influence over that behemoth if you’re a small country!

But losing monetary sovereignty is peanuts compared to what has happened to EU member Greece – a country in crippling debt and with a broken economy that instead of getting vital debt relief, or being allowed to go bankrupt in a controlled fashion, has been forced through a torturous journey of repeatedly cutting spending and raising taxes in return for short-term loans that hardly even benefit the Greek people. Forget about the fact that Greece is NEVER going to be able to repay its debt, and that forcing it to continue to try doing so only prevents the Greek economy from growing and adds to economic uncertainty in the EU as a whole. Germany, under the leadership of Angela Merkel (who is also the de facto leader of the EU), demands that Greece keep destroying its economy and society, while impoverishing its people, in order to set a good example to the rest of Europe/be made an example out of. It’s a Sisyphean task if I ever saw one.

Germany’s dominance over the EU under Merkel has generally been a complete disaster – whether it comes to her insistence of perpetually prolonging the Greek Crisis, imposing excessive Austerity across the EU in the name of reigning in budget deficits, stifling job growth and economic growth in the process (never mind that Germany itself ran significant budget deficits to boost employment and get its economy growing again little more than a decade ago) or her borderline treasonous refugee policy, Merkel’s stubbornness and stupidity has done incalculable damage to Europe as a whole. And the EU has only served to enable and amplify her madness.

For example, instead of trying to prevent Merkel from flooding Europe with Muslim migrants, the EU is looking for ways to fine and otherwise punish poor Eastern European countries (the kind of member states the EU of old would be trying to support and develop) for not letting themselves be “culturally enriched” by 3rd world Muslims. Instead of letting the people have their say about how the Establishment’s policies are hurting all of Europe, the EU is leading the charge to Censor the internet, one of the last remaining bastions of free speech. And instead of trying gradually fix their multicultural mistakes, the EU Elites are pledging to prevent the “far right” (the only force in Europe actually willing to prevent Suicide by Muslim Immigration) from ever taking power.
As socionomics would have it, the EU is an artifact of the psychological mood that accompanies economic good times, the result of collective intoxication on the heady stimulant of a massive credit bubble. It should come as no surprise to anyone who is socionomically aware that the financial crisis of 2008 has, after eight years of increasing turmoil, led to the political crisis of 2016.

Since these events tend to follow a certain pattern, and they tend to pick up speed rather than slow down, we can reasonably anticipate that the political crisis of 2016 will lead to the political collapse of 2020, followed by the first war to take place in formerly EU territory in 2022.

So, I don't think "reform" is an option for the EU anymore. It can be dismantled in an orderly fashion or in a violent and disorderly one, and considering the haughty, delusional self-importance of its unelected leaders, I anticipate their desperate attempts to hang onto power will bring about the latter.

After all, you can take the East German girl out of East Germany, but you can't take the DDR out of her.

Angela Merkel says EU must act to stop countries "fleeing" EU."

Perhaps she could build... a wall? (raises pinky to corner of mouth)

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96 Comments:

Blogger Mr.MantraMan June 27, 2016 6:54 AM  

Your hierarchy should come in handy for gaming against the EU. I think the Left has the mind of a woman, but you could probably add gammas into the mix for the Left and the influences of the Betacons as well.

To me the EU looks like a day care center that just ran out of popsicles, the bad muslim kids never listened to Mommy Day Care supervisor and now the good kids have tired of listening to the hag since her hectoring them for popsicle reward no longer pays.

Blogger Robert What? June 27, 2016 7:22 AM  

I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt. I think I got it: they are the perfect populace for the "elite": they are raised from birth to yield to arbitrary authority. Not like those pesky Europeans who were raised with a heritage of questioning authority.

Blogger Shimshon June 27, 2016 7:22 AM  

Is 2033 still your predicted year for political collapse (or is it something else) of the US?

Anonymous Takin' a Look June 27, 2016 7:31 AM  

@ Robert What?

That doesn't make much sense unless the elites [both ((())) and ///\\\] intend to make at least a token show of sharia complience and public profession to Islam. I'd expect lots of allah snackbars to go "boom" otherwise.

Anonymous SciVo June 27, 2016 7:34 AM  

What's your opinion about Greece's chances of a peaceful Grexit?

One the one hand, the Eurodeutsch Union really has them over a barrel and shows no signs of letting up. On the other hand, the IMF recommends loosening the thumbscrews, in what is either a disconcerting reversal of its characteristic cruelty or an attempt to prolong and savor it. On the gripping hand, Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone.

Anonymous Bowman June 27, 2016 7:46 AM  

"long-term peace in Europe"
"war between Germany and France having become unthinkable"

Funny how those people take everything backward.
Peace in Europe happens because ... post-WW2 Europeans are anti war. in fact they are also anti self defense.
The EU represents actually the opposite, the possibility of war, by making a new polarized power. And it does make its move for war, cf the actions against Russia.

"EU aid helping make the likes of Spain and Ireland more prosperous"
It doesn't. EU aid is poison. Welfare is poison.

"EU-required reforms making Eastern European countries modernize"
EU had a few laws not "modernize", which doesn't mean anything, but liberalize aspects. But that was a long time ago, when EU was in its infancy, now we have USSR EU.

Blogger Human Animal June 27, 2016 7:48 AM  

If the creature Merkel said that the EU was the "final solution to the European question" I would only be surprised at her honesty.

Instead of a command economy, the EU was a command politics. Communism could not feed itself. Now Europe cannot govern itself.

Blogger residentMoron June 27, 2016 7:48 AM  

Sniper as a counter-cyclical career choice.

Blogger Dave June 27, 2016 7:50 AM  

Have they kicked Spain PM Rajoy out on his ass yet? That'll be another crack in the EU foundation.

Anonymous Chrom June 27, 2016 7:51 AM  

"It's DOCTOR Evil, I didn't spend six years in Evil Medical School to be called "mister," thank you very much."

Blogger VD June 27, 2016 7:52 AM  

Is 2033 still your predicted year for political collapse (or is it something else) of the US?

Yes. Breakup of the USA.

Blogger Human Animal June 27, 2016 7:58 AM  

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Anonymous SciVo June 27, 2016 7:59 AM  

Robert What? wrote:I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt.

There are many theories, several of which could be true at the same time. But at least one in the mix has to account for Angela Merkel's total unconcern for the safety of German women.

One of the darker theories is that she could have a rape fetish, as it's one of the most common kinks among women. It's more likely that it's unconscious, and that even though it's too late, her withered womb is still running risk-seeking genetic programming to get her knocked up before it's too late. (No way for natural selection to install an off switch with menopause.) Also, being from East Germany, born in 1954, she must've known about the post-war Soviet mass rapes, and as a commie may have internalized a belief that the German women deserved it.

I think that the last is the least likely, or at least doesn't work by itself, since it doesn't explain Sweden. But the other two could apply to post- and peri-menopausal female leaders in other countries.

Anonymous krymneth June 27, 2016 8:13 AM  

Robert What? wrote:I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt.

Because they're the biggest, baddest outsiders around. We're seeing the rabbit strategy play out in an environment long past where it evolved/developed in, and as happens then, it's not working. (That is, importing Muslims will not increase their reproductive chances. The rabbit strategy was developed at the tribal scale.) But we do not run those strategies consciously. Very few people examine them rationally. They just know deep down that Outsiders Good, My Tribe Bad, need more outsiders. (The strategies don't say why, they just say what. "Why" is for our brains to figure out later, if at all.)

Progressivism doesn't even understand itself. It thinks it has a victimhood hierarchy. It has even institutionalized it as "intersectionalism" and has a legion "studying" it. But it's wrong about itself, and Muslims are the proof, because there's no plausible way to claim that Muslims have been victimized by Western society, certainly not enough to put them on top.

If that's so, why are Muslims at the top of the "victim hierarchy"? Because it's not. It's an outsiderness hierarchy. It may have looked like a victim hierarchy, but the Muslim's sudden appearance on the top in the past few years, is the single observation necessary to destroy the whole "victimhood" theory.

Even without Muslims, it's trivial to recast the victimhood hierarchy in outsider terms. Victimhood Olympics can be understood as Outsider Olympics without changing hardly a single word. And see how foolish it is for a white male to try to play... the complement of the ease with which Muslims won the top position is that no matter how much they protest to be outsiders, they can't even place in the Outsider Olympics.

Blogger dienw June 27, 2016 8:19 AM  

One of the darker theories is that she could have a rape fetish, as it's one of the most common kinks among women.

My understanding is that Merkel is a product of the Soviet soldiers' rape of German women at the end of WWII; and that she was also a honeypot for the East German intelligence.

Blogger Cecil Henry June 27, 2016 8:22 AM  


Is it really plausible that the leaders of dozens of White nations have adopted similar policies antithetical to the long-term survival of their own peoples, yet none of them knew what they are doing?


Those who attack with names are NEVER doing it to DISCUSS the real issues, but rather are ALWAYS demanding that all discussion of it be SUPPRESSED.


The EU is in a national catastrophe today, but every single step that led to it was wonderful??. Not likely.

Merkel speaks like the Soviet parasites she came from: IN the Soviet Union they had walls to keep people IN. Same in the EU.

Anonymous fred June 27, 2016 8:26 AM  

"her borderline treasonous refugee policy"

---Borderline? There aren't enough lampposts in the world for her to decorate.

Anonymous BGKB June 27, 2016 8:27 AM  

Your hierarchy should come in handy for gaming against the EU...mind of a woman, but you could probably add gammas

You could advertise that a secrete king will be announced at, well lets call them camps.

elites [both ((())) and ///\\\] intend to make at least a token show of sharia complience and public profession to Islam

Most women & gays think they can change people.

she was also a honeypot for the East German intelligence. Pretty low standards there.

Anonymous Eric the Red June 27, 2016 8:36 AM  

The EU thinks world population is environmentally extreme, but forces millions of immigrant invaders into countries whose populations are otherwise decreasing.

You've gotta love these people, they're always thinking three or four chess moves ahead on the go board of life.

Anonymous Eric the Red June 27, 2016 8:40 AM  

The EU thinks world population is environmentally extreme, but forces millions of immigrant invaders into countries whose populations are otherwise decreasing.

You've gotta admire these people, they're always thinking three or four chess moves ahead on the go board of life.

Anonymous Quartermaster June 27, 2016 8:44 AM  

@6
Russia is already at war having picked a fight with Ukraine when the people threw out Putin's boy, Yanukovich, for attempting to sell the country to Putin. The EU and NATO are not the same thing, or even close.

@11
I'll be surprised if the USA makes it to 2020.

Anonymous Joe Blowe June 27, 2016 8:46 AM  

Robert What? wrote:I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt.

The (((EU Leaders))) use the 3rd World Hordes as biological weapons of mass social destruction to undermine and wreck Western,i.e. White, Civilization. They don't care if its African, Mexicans, Arabs, or Chinese. They don't view these racial groups as a threat, lacking the intelligence or organizational skills to overcome them. Once Western Man has fallen they can openly rule over the brown peasant masses with their One World Government.

But this Brexit situation is a serious speed bump on that road and a Trump Presidency would be a disaster.

Pray for Trump!

Anonymous fred June 27, 2016 8:48 AM  

The Muslim invasion instigated by the elites, and especially by the (((elites))), is really not much of a mystery. Muslims are being used as a type of biological weapon against whites. The purpose of mass immigration, the relentless, shrieking promotion of homosexuality and miscegenation (and targeting white women, because of course only white women can produce white babies), the decimation of white working class and middle class economies, all have the same goal: to prevent white family formation, so that no more white babies will be born.

Muslims, like blacks in America, are used as proxy shock troops to commit the violence against whites that the (((elites))) won't do themselves, and to make life intolerable, and devastatingly expensive to live far away from vibrancy, so that whites will not form families and have white babies, and fade out of existence. It's a form of pest control.

Listen to this woman describe conditions in Calais. The elites want this, because they want whites to have lives that are impossible to live, so that they will gone from their own countries:

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=resident+of+calais+speaks+this+is+the+death

And of course RamZPaul nails it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCutG6L_PxM

Have you ever read any of the gleeul gloating openly taking place in Israel over the erosion and eventual loss of European identity?

Blogger James Dixon June 27, 2016 8:50 AM  

> I'll be surprised if the USA makes it to 2020.

Only 3.5 years? Possible, but things normally take longer than that.

I've noted before that if Hillary is elected and serves her two terms, I don't expect her to leave office when her time is up. That would mark 2024 as the beginning of the breakup.

Anonymous BGKB June 27, 2016 8:50 AM  

Don't forget (((they))) profit from redistributing wealth to 3rd world benefit seekers.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr June 27, 2016 8:52 AM  

I think much of the problem stems from overlapping regulatory jurisdictions. The average European has his own national government regulating everything in sight...and the EU slathered another massive regulatory structure on top of that.

Tip for Imperial Rule - The larger your area of control, the shallower it must be.

Anonymous krymneth June 27, 2016 9:07 AM  

@25: An interesting consequence of technology is that it makes regulation too easy for the government. It makes it too easy to see the costs of a particular regulation as being zero.

It is an intriguing observation that all the modern-day would-be empires don't actually seem to have a clue as to how to run one for any period of time. It's fun and all to write a few reams of regulations, but if you indulge in the temptation your empire won't last long.

We haven't had useful computers around for long enough to learn how to use them wisely. I see no prospect of learning anytime soon either, since most or all of the industrialized world that uses computers considers the entire concept of wisdom archaic.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd June 27, 2016 9:11 AM  

``Tip for Imperial Rule - The larger your area of control, the shallower it must be.''

The Imperial Govenment in DC seems to have forgotten that tip, too.

Anonymous appropriated libations June 27, 2016 9:12 AM  

@2 "I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt."

I posted this yesterday at CTH in response to the same question.

Recall that Islam means ‘submission’. There are peoples that are free in their heads and there are peoples who are slaves in their heads and some who are in between. The Islamics are slaves, not of the body, but of the mind. They are slaves to their totalitarian sociopolitical system of governance. They are as different from traditional Northern European people in their views of power relationships as could be with the added ‘bonus’ of being highly resistant to assimilation.

Globalist elites bring in Islamics because they know that they will NEVER adapt to constitutional rule. Note that rule of constitution is different from rule of law. It is a system of management of rule of law. Even dictatorships have rule of law, but it is managed by the self-interested will of the dictator. Constitutional rule is one of the main things that separates Western from non-Western peoples and it is the primary thing that globalists want destroyed.

The globalists want rule of law (where they are making the laws), but not rule of constitution which constrains and guides rule of law on a NATIONAL level. They want guidance of rule of law to be done at the international level. Hence, globalists preferentially bring in immigrants who will undermine national cultures of constitutional rule. It is part of their long-term project to destroy national peoples and turn their states into local legal administrative units that are themselves managed by a global order, e.g. TPP arbitration panels.

Anonymous Eric the Red June 27, 2016 9:14 AM  

@22 Fred...
You're correct, but then the next underlying question becomes, what caused the selection of whites as designated victims for the purpose of elevating the elites? Even their historical cherry-picking about whites being the worst of the worst seems conveniently contrived. Either they are making some horrendous category errors, or else they're being goaded into such policies by the Prince of Lies.

Anonymous appropriated libations June 27, 2016 9:23 AM  

@4 The globalists are not short of arrogance. They import the muzz b/c they have a slave mentality that will never assimilate away, but can't be bothered to understand them well enough to realize that the muzz will never acquiesce into being THEIR slaves. Look at our (American) globalist rulers. They are shocked by the Trump movement because they haven't even bothered to understand the American people. They certainly don't have a clue in hell about the cultures of the myriad little colonies of diversity they are importing and implanting everywhere.

Anonymous Godfrey June 27, 2016 9:23 AM  

"Perhaps she could build... a wall? (raises pinky to corner of mouth)"


Perhaps she should visit Israel to see an example of one? (displays a smirk on face)

Anonymous ZhukovG June 27, 2016 9:26 AM  

One would think that the average European would be somewhat disturbed by the German domination, rather brutally in Greece’s case, of Europe. At any rate the EU is coming apart and the sooner the better. I believe the coming war in Europe will most likely be the expulsion of Muslims from Europe.

Russia may not have resources to help in that struggle, since She will likely be assimilating areas that used to be the Eastern and Southern Ukraine. Poland and Hungary will try to stay out of it, besides they will likely be annexing the Carpathian and Galician regions of the Ukraine.

Anonymous Shut up rabbit June 27, 2016 9:33 AM  

Eric the Red wrote:@22...Even their historical cherry-picking about whites being the worst of the worst seems conveniently contrived.

Whites are the competition, plain and simple. They need to eliminate the competition so they can keep all the stuff. Dindus and mooslims are no threat to Soros' billions but a productive middle-class would mean less stuff for him to die with. At the end of the day they are greedy, selfish psychopaths.

Blogger FALPhil June 27, 2016 9:34 AM  

@20 Quartermaster
Russia is already at war having picked a fight with Ukraine when the people threw out Putin's boy, Yanukovich, for attempting to sell the country to Putin. The EU and NATO are not the same thing, or even close.

Quarter, you have not been paying attention.

The USA destabilized the democratically elected government of the Ukraine by backing a bunch of thugs and criminals because it fits into the Wolfowitz Doctrine. With no thought for the concept of geopolitics, the War Party is headed hell-bent-for-leather towards WWIII with an enemy that has superior tactics and equipment for a land war.

Blogger JaimeInTexas June 27, 2016 9:38 AM  

I had a convetsation with my wife regatdong the EU.
It is an incomplete thought but, in short, the EU is really the unification that the Nazis wanted, in a bipolar Germany-France power arrangement because of their mitual histories. And, Britain ultimately had no place in that world.


OpenID jerryjaycarroll June 27, 2016 9:41 AM  

It is telling that despite the full weight of government in the U.K. and abroad, experts of all stripes, the celebrity culture including J.K. Rowlins, the BBC and much of the rest of the media, race-mongers, and finger-wagging scolds of all kinds, the British said they prefer freedom to being under the thumb of a cold, remote and arrogant bureaucracy headquartered in a doormat of a country which itself is split between French and Walloons who cannot get along with each other. Here's to the good sense of a country that retains a commonsense on its way out in countries led by the left.

Blogger FALPhil June 27, 2016 9:41 AM  

@35 JaimeInTexas
...the EU is really the unification that the Nazis wanted...

Not just the Nazis. The hegemony of Europe has been a goal since Roman times.

Blogger FALPhil June 27, 2016 9:45 AM  

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Blogger dienw June 27, 2016 9:50 AM  

Not just the Nazis. The hegemony of Europe has been a goal since Roman times.

The unification is the recreation of hte Holy Roman Empire.

Blogger CarpeOro June 27, 2016 9:52 AM  

Godfrey wrote:"Perhaps she could build... a wall? (raises pinky to corner of mouth)"

Perhaps she should visit Israel to see an example of one? (displays a smirk on face)


Your missing the point. The example she would want is from her own past - The Berlin Wall. A wall meant to keep people in, not out.

Blogger FALPhil June 27, 2016 9:57 AM  

@23 James Dixon
I've noted before that if Hillary is elected and serves her two terms, I don't expect her to leave office when her time is up. That would mark 2024 as the beginning of the breakup.

She won't last two terms, and neither with the USA if she is elected. She keeps poking The Bear and does not understand the consequences. When she gets what she wants, she is in for a big surprise and the USA is in for a big paradigm shift.

Blogger Matthew June 27, 2016 9:58 AM  

@14 krymneth,

Excellent comment.

Anonymous Rolf June 27, 2016 10:00 AM  

@6 - Aid isn't so much like poison as like heroine. It makes you feel good for a while, but it doesn't actually fix the problem or make you better, the after-effects are horrible, it breaks your soul, and you need ever-larger doses to get the same effect.

Blogger James Dixon June 27, 2016 10:04 AM  

> Dindus and mooslims are no threat to Soros' billions but a productive middle-class would mean less stuff for him to die with.

It's entirely possible that is their attitude, yes. The fact that it's wrong probably never occurs to them.

> She won't last two terms, and neither with the USA if she is elected...

That's also entirely possible. We do live in interesting times, don't we?

Blogger Derek Kite June 27, 2016 10:11 AM  

A good book to read to understand the drive for bureaucratization is Solzenitzen The Oak and the Calf. This describes his fight with the people who eventually became the mob bosses and kleptocrats in post Soviet Russia. When people say the words Samizdat they like to mean the forbidden writings being distributed as a sign of desiring freedom, but in fact the only available means of printing were available to the bureaucrats with their typewriting pools and copiers. All the while they were stomping on people, literally in some cases, ruining their lives and preventing people from pursuing their legitimate self interest they were getting frissons of delight from the forbidden pleasure of reading and distributing dangerous writings.

Solzenitzen could have written a guide to handling SJW's, as he played a dangerous game recognizing their blind spots and weaknesses. Eventually they had to kick him out of the country because he was too effective at playing them.

When I read that book the mindset of the apparat became clear. That same mindset and identical people are what make up the EU, the US Federal government, and all the unaccountable power structures that have created the mess we are in today. Notice that it is extremely rare for the media to go after a bureaucrat, except if they are the wrong politics or a low level? Journalists are apparats manque with a natural affinity to small minds seeking sinecure in a place of influence.

That system ended suddenly, but the bureaucrats managed just fine.

Anonymous andon June 27, 2016 10:12 AM  

24. Anonymous BGKB June 27, 2016 8:50 AM
Don't forget (((they))) profit from redistributing wealth to 3rd world benefit seekers.


as do the churches in this country apparently

Blogger Phelps June 27, 2016 10:25 AM  

I've been telling people that the next likely "black swan" (which are nothing of the sort to people actually paying attention) is Germany leaving the EU.

Look at what it has become. It is a welfare program where Germany and England subsidized the rest of Europe's dole. Well, England is out now, so Germany is going to be left holding the bag.

The table is full of empty glasses and plates, the rest of Europe is passed out, the bill is on the way, and Germany just looked up to see that England (the only other one at the bistro with a job) snuck out the back door.

Is Germany going to wait for the bill, or follow England out the back?

Anonymous Garrulus June 27, 2016 10:26 AM  

https://www.youtube.com
/watch?v=Gd5TPWXgOFQ

German president Gauck Booed and Attacked in Saxony.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr June 27, 2016 10:51 AM  

@47: The Germans leaving is entirely possible. Especially if Merkel gets the boot.

It would be VERY interesting to get a pool going on just how long it will be before the next country leaves the EU. FWIW, I'd put the over/under at 90 days, with two more nations bailing by the end of the year. I believe Brexit is the beginning of a chain reaction that will kill the EU as it currently exists by the end of 2017.

Anonymous Gen. Kong June 27, 2016 11:02 AM  

Folks still fall for this nonsense that a bunch of a fat Deutsche burghers are holding the debts of poor Greeks. When the bank-appointed prime minister of Greece travelled abroad to get his marching orders about how to handle the rising Golden Dawn, he didn't travel to Deutschland but to the Banana Empire. He didn't give his promises before an assembly of the Deutsche-American Bund, or Bathhouse Barry-O's white house, or even the Chamber of Incitatuses to stroke the Kentucky Undertaker or Miss Lindsay. His promise to crack-down on Golden Dawn was given to the (((ADL))), and was carried out immediately upon his return with the arrest of members of the Greek legislature for bad think (because Greek-Key = Swastika). The "debt holders" being repaid by German bailouts are not even Germans (who are taxed for the bailouts), but (((Amurikans))). The EUSSR is indeed a Golem and its purpose is to exterminate Europe.

Blogger JaimeInTexas June 27, 2016 11:08 AM  

I understand the long history. The more recent history of Franco-German enmity is the significant one, IMO. Nazi Germany being the most recent militant attempt, where Germany would be in the preeminent position of power. In the early EU formation, IIRC, there was a fear of a German control of the EU. And, if the EU main goal is to keep the European nations from warring, read Germany and France, then the unification has to be done with a German and French power structure.

Was Belgium the natural place for the EU's government, given WW1? Without the Treaty of London of 1839, would there even have been a British involvement in WW1?

Anonymous Carl Rice June 27, 2016 11:22 AM  

This is mind blowing. First UKIPs popularity, which prior to them I would have laughed at the notion. No way in an area like the UK will the views held by a party like UKIP ever gain traction. But, their presence in the polls was so unexpected.
Then with Brexit, no way... no way would they win out. "We're so beyond those talking points already"; but sure enough they win.

These are views that I was certain were left to an age well passed our times. Did the media only represent a smaller but more vocal group?
Did liberals switch sides? I doubt that. Was our strength or at least the certainty of our views over-represented??

I have talks with friends in America and we're all so certain that some issues have been settled; but have they?

Is there a quiet majority of people who disagree with the social (gay marriage, trans-rights, BLM sentiments, any thing) progress that America has made that.... when push comes to shove they'll drown out those who perceived they were in the majority?

Anonymous Gen. Kong June 27, 2016 11:23 AM  

#2. I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt.

Just obeying orders from those who own them. The EU leaders are merely mouthpieces - teleprompter-readers of decrees issued elsewhere. Merkel merely (((echoes))) the pronouncements of folks like Soros and his fellow masters of the universe (their own term, by the way). While a large percentile of this cartel are of (((echo-mo))) tribe, there are others too, like Carlos Slim, the House of Saud, etc.

Anonymous krymneth June 27, 2016 11:39 AM  

90 days is too fast, just because bureaucracies can't move that fast. 90 days to a scheduled referendum though? Sure.

Anonymous Gen. Kong June 27, 2016 11:53 AM  

#36. … being under the thumb of a cold, remote and arrogant bureaucracy headquartered in a doormat of a country which itself is split between French and Walloons who cannot get along with each other.

That so-called "country" did not exist until 1830. As you note, it's composed of two nations who don't have much use for one another (Flemish - basically Dutch, and Walloons - basically French). Despite being a contrived country, it managed to have a lavish empire in Africa and a lavishly-funded "monarch". Gee, I wonder how two groups who don't share a language managed to pull off such a caper even with no military power to speak of? The Germans rolled over the place in a couple of weeks on their way into France at the outset of the great YT killoff of 1914-18.

Blogger pdwalker June 27, 2016 12:11 PM  

That, I'd like to see. Then it'd be like rats fleeing a sinking ship.

Blogger pdwalker June 27, 2016 12:19 PM  

According to the Express, the EU bureaucrats have unveiled their plans to create an EU superstate. This comes as a complete surprise to anyone who's been paying attention to their power grabs over the last few decades.

Now that Britain has decided to leave, they have no need to hide what they want.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/683739/EU-referendum-German-French-European-superstate-Brexit

Anonymous SciVo June 27, 2016 12:20 PM  

Rolf wrote:@6 - Aid isn't so much like poison as like heroine. It makes you feel good for a while, but it doesn't actually fix the problem or make you better, the after-effects are horrible, it breaks your soul, and you need ever-larger doses to get the same effect.

Poison is in the dose. Even water can be lethal as an ingested poison, not just as an inhalant; it's extremely difficult to drink such a large dose, but it's happened.

We're all aware that Africa's population boom depends on Western food and medicine. Imagine what their current population would be if they had to feed and heal themselves.

Now consider that if conflicts at home force us to retrench and take care of our own first, the resulting aid withdrawal will cause them to dip below that before re-stabilizing. Now picture the mechanisms of that adjustment.

I think that in the long run, we will say that a lot of Christian kindness was timebomb cruelty. Sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind, like publicly shaming carousel-riders so that other girls don't make the same soul-killing mistake of racking up the N-count.

And that doesn't even involve pictures of hungry kids. We need to practice hardening our hearts at least enough to slut-shame, in order to develop the self-discipline to stop fucking up an entire continent with our generosity.

I don't want to end on such a down note, so I will point out that there are charities such as Mercy Corps that use market-based solutions to build self-reliant communities instead of hollowing them out. I don't know how many there are, but they exist.

Anonymous SciVo June 27, 2016 12:37 PM  

Carl Rice wrote:Is there a quiet majority of people who disagree with the social (gay marriage, trans-rights, BLM sentiments, any thing) progress that America has made that.... when push comes to shove they'll drown out those who perceived they were in the majority?

Uh duh. An oligarchy of ten -- nine in black robes, and one with a pen and a phone -- have deliberately over-read 14A to give them the right to override the states on damn near everything, and to ram their iconoclastic, oikophobic, authoritarian culture up our collective ass.

The neo-pagan Columbian Empire is a tyranny. If its chains lay lightly on you, then hooray for you; but don't be surprised when those chains are broken against your will. Harriet Tubman freed slaves... at gunpoint.

Anonymous SciVo June 27, 2016 12:54 PM  

pdwalker wrote:http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/683739/EU-referendum-German-French-European-superstate-Brexit

Ha! When I predicted that cultural concerns would overwhelm economic ones for the Visegrad Group, I wasn't really expecting to start gathering evidence so quickly. From the article:

The public broadcaster reports that the bombshell proposal will be presented to a meeting of the Visegrad group of countries - made up of Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia - by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier later today.

Blogger Cataline Sergius June 27, 2016 1:02 PM  

It says something about a certain class of Europeans that in 1941 there was a substantial number of people in across Europe who took the view of, "Well I don't approve of how Hitler did it of course. But now that we finally have European unity..."

Anonymous BigGayKoranBurner June 27, 2016 1:07 PM  

Even their historical cherry-picking about whites being the worst of the worst seems conveniently contrived

I don't think you guys understand how powerful the (((echo))) chambers are. A guy whose boyfriend beat him up for cheating on him, claimed 20 STR8 white guys beat him up in SAN FRAN for wearing white after labor day, & most of the gay media picked it up as a real story. I got called a bitter queen for doubting the original story.

what caused the selection of whites as designated victims for the purpose of elevating the elites

Whites are the only people that have caught their frauds before they flee. They don't have any new scams since Martin Luther wrote about all their scams 500 years ago. What is the difference between high frequency trading and (((Rothschild's))) hiring falconers to kill other people's homing pigeons?

Dindus and mooslims are no threat to Soros' billions but a productive middle-class would mean less stuff for him to die with

Its not fiat money but power. The most upset I ever made a jewish lesbian gatekeeper was when I showed people that an elevator she walked past for years but didn't recognize bypassed her control of the door, trust me I have causes some serious cognitive dissonance over the years. The fact someone like Martha Stewart could climb near them on merit, what they only achieve via fraud/crony/nepotism scares them.

progress that America has made that.... when push comes to shove they'll drown out those who perceived they were in the majority?

If not I will never hear the end of moving out past pizza delivery range.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 27, 2016 1:11 PM  

Belgium was artificially formed by the British for two reasons. To split French industrial and military power, including stripping France's biggest colony, putting Britain at an advantage, and an attempt to stem rising Dutch trade power.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd June 27, 2016 2:05 PM  

@52: Carl Rice wrote:This is mind blowing.
...
I have talks with friends in America and we're all so certain that some issues have been settled; but have they?

Is there a quiet majority of people who disagree with the social (gay marriage, trans-rights, BLM sentiments, any thing) progress that America has made that.... when push comes to shove they'll drown out those who perceived they were in the majority?


The issues are settled, but not the way you think. The changes aren't progress, and the pushback is going to get a lot harder.

Blogger Salt June 27, 2016 3:14 PM  

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Blogger Were-Puppy June 27, 2016 3:23 PM  

we can reasonably anticipate that the political crisis of 2016 will lead to the political collapse of 2020, followed by the first war to take place in formerly EU territory in 2022.
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I hope this doesn't happen...

Look at these, just from today

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/27/foreign-chief-europe-needs-eu-army/

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/27/media-calls-ban-old-people-voting-brexit-vote/

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/06/27/george-soros-cites-buyers-remorse-brexit/

You've got one globalist supposedly giving up on the EU. While on another hand you have a bunch of indoctrinated

SJWish types wanting to ban old people from voting.

Then you've got calling for an EU Army.

They are definitely up to something.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 27, 2016 3:24 PM  

Were-Puppy wrote:They are definitely up to something.

What they're up to is full-on panic.

Anonymous vfm #0202 June 27, 2016 3:46 PM  

@52
Yes

Anonymous A.B. Prosper June 27, 2016 4:00 PM  

Human Animal wrote:I've been trying to understand why the EU leaders are so enamored of importing millions of third world Muslims who will never integrate and adapt.

They don't believe Islam is a religion. They have a lot of wacky ideas about what religion is, but in their bones they think Islam is like voodoo or shinto: something muslims will just grow out of.

When muslims rape, it's not on purpose, because they're like tarzan in new york city, unsure of how money and toilets work. Emotionally, that's what the leftist believes.

Otherwise the extent of their plan is to muddy europe until it can't really having a majority view or interest. When the populace is impotent, tyrants can reign safely.


That was an impressive post. Well thought out.

Re: US collapse , just for the curious I very slightly disagree with our host. I think baring a miracle going to be 20 years after Trump or shortly after Hillary if she does something really stupid.

And note here this is campaign actually does stuff Trump, not a faker Trump like the GOP/e thinks he is.

If he is elected he will buy a bit of time but not much . In theory if he is followed a succession of Trump like figures , Donald Junior or someone I don't know of, this end date will be put off.

There is possible a miracle option, far less than 5% unless Many Trump Like Figures of starting a functional demographic renewal but given the sudden uptick in political violence, its very unlikely.

Anonymous Quartermaster June 27, 2016 4:02 PM  

@34
I've been paying attention from the beginning. You're simply buying into a conspiracy theory. They can be entertaining, but they are rarely correct.

The Ukrainian people are quite able to see where their own interest lie. That Yanukovich ran for Russia, and was given Russian citizenship almost immediately so he wouldn't have to stand trial for his criminality is pretty much dispositive as to who he was actually working for. Ukraine would still like to lay hands on the man, as well as buddies in the Berkut that did the killing.

The “War Party” as you call it, has no way to prosecute a war in Ukraine against Russia. The logistical requirements are simply beyond our abilities. Even they know that. As for their superior tactics and equipment, you have no idea what you are talking about.

@35
The UK wanted to get into the common market for many years. DeGaulle, who hated the Brits, and his party, kept them out until the mid 70s. Germany would have been happy to have them.

Blogger Lazarus June 27, 2016 4:16 PM  


Were-Puppy wrote:They are definitely up to something.

From a headline story on Drudge re EU Superstate


The foreign ministers of France and Germany are due to reveal a blueprint to effectively do away with individual member states in what is being described as an “ultimatum”.
Under the radical proposals EU countries will lose the right to have their own army, criminal law, taxation system or central bank, with all those powers being transferred to Brussels.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 27, 2016 4:23 PM  

Face it Quartermaster, you're a biased observer, and your understanding is tainted by confirmation bias. Until you can explain to me why the Ukie government has non-Ukrainians as cabinet officers, including a (((former state department official))) as finance minister, without deep US intervention, how Joe Biden's son got a job heading the Ukrainian gas company without US intervention, how the Ukrainian "revolution" is different from all the other color-coded, US sponsored "revolutions", your view of events is obviously and permanently tainted.

Blogger Were-Puppy June 27, 2016 4:50 PM  

@47 Phelps

Look at what it has become. It is a welfare program where Germany and England subsidized the rest of Europe's dole. Well, England is out now, so Germany is going to be left holding the bag.
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I had a German poster express that exact same sentiment to me the other day.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 27, 2016 5:23 PM  

And now Germany is telling the smaller countries "Look, you're not really countries anyway. Now we're in control, we won't let you run your own affairs, won't let you defend yourselves, won't let you even have your own criminal laws, justice systems, or judges. Everything will be run by the 'EU Community' and not by nations."
France, for reasons that are not apparent to me, is going along.

If they decide to actually push this, it's over. Poland, Hungary, Czechia, Slovakia may be weak and poor, but they are NOT going to give their hard-won sovereignty over to Germany.
Nor, for that matter, will Italy or Spain. Ireland is cucked enough for anything.

Anonymous Gen. Kong June 27, 2016 5:29 PM  

Snidely is correct. What's oddly ironic is how clueless Ukies are about their own past. One would think they'd be just a tad wary of the help offered by the (((very same folks))) who offed more than 8 million or so back in the 1930s. In light of the (((tribe's))) continual denial of all that red-stuff coating their hands to this day, such "help" is really intended to simply finish off what was started back in the 1930s.

Anonymous LurkingPuppy June 27, 2016 5:47 PM  

Snidely Whiplash wrote:And now Germany is telling the smaller countries "Look, you're not really countries anyway. Now we're in control, we won't let you run your own affairs, won't let you defend yourselves, won't let you even have your own criminal laws, justice systems, or judges. Everything will be run by the 'EU Community' and not by nations."

Ireland is cucked enough for anything.

Currywurst in every pub!

Blogger Were-Puppy June 27, 2016 7:36 PM  

@74 Snidely Whiplash

Ireland is cucked enough for anything.
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Isn't Ireland in the same boat as Scotland? They are unwilling participants of the Brexit?

It's a little confusing for me, as I'm not European.

Blogger SciVo June 27, 2016 7:53 PM  

@ Were-Puppy:

I got the impression that:

1. Only Northern Ireland is part of Britain now.
2. NI had a split vote on Brexit.
3. It was basically descendants of voluntary English transplants Leave vs. descendants of involuntary Scottish transplants Remain.
4. ??? [underpants gnome reasoning]
5. Therefore, Northern Ireland should vote to leave nationalist Britain and join its fellow undifferentiated, cultureless Europeans of no meaningful ethnicity that happen to reside in Ireland.

But I'm just an ignorant provincial Trump voter, so what do I know.

Anonymous fred June 27, 2016 8:27 PM  

"Therefore, Northern Ireland should vote to leave nationalist Britain and join its fellow undifferentiated, cultureless Europeans of no meaningful ethnicity that happen to reside in Ireland"

Given the non-white immigration rates instituted during the tenure of ((Alan Shatter))), may his name be erased, within another two or three generations Ireland WILL be a bunch of undifferentiated, cultureless Europeans (scratch that, half of them won't even be European) that simply happen to reside in North Atlantic Island Okrug 59, f/k/a An Phoblacht na Eire. Oh look, here comes another planeload of Irish, freshly arrived from Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Vietnam. Sorry, guys, I know you came here loking for the white wimminz, but we're fresh out.

But of course, that's been (((the game plan))) all along.

Anonymous Millenium June 27, 2016 8:36 PM  

Trump's campaign will not put off the collapse. It is actually furthering it (which is a good thing) because people are drawing lines in the sand over Trump. The break up of the US will closely follow the current voting lines.

Blogger Were-Puppy June 27, 2016 8:39 PM  

A Texit, a Dixit, and a Yanxit? :P

Blogger Wanda Sherratt June 27, 2016 9:21 PM  

A Grexit, a Fraxit
A green and yellow baxit!

Blogger Akulkis June 27, 2016 10:59 PM  

@20

Quartermaster, give it up. Russia is NOT the aggressor in the Ukraine mess.

And I say this as a man whose great grandparents were Ukrainian and Lithuanian.

Anonymous Mr. Rational June 27, 2016 11:39 PM  

@82   Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!  Laughs are too hard to come by these days.

Blogger EscapeVelocity June 27, 2016 11:46 PM  

This issue with monetary policy serving the interests of Germany and harming the likes of Spain, has been the norm in the US since the Civil War. Monetary policy served the interests of the North-Eastern Banksters and Industrialists leaving much of the rest of the country to flounder...especially the South.

Blogger Akulkis June 27, 2016 11:49 PM  

@39

...without the Holiness.

Blogger EscapeVelocity June 27, 2016 11:50 PM  

The EU is the 10 headed beast.

Blogger EscapeVelocity June 28, 2016 12:17 AM  

The EU is the 10 headed beast.

Blogger EscapeVelocity June 28, 2016 12:17 AM  

This issue with monetary policy serving the interests of Germany and harming the likes of Spain, has been the norm in the US since the Civil War. Monetary policy served the interests of the North-Eastern Banksters and Industrialists leaving much of the rest of the country to flounder...especially the South.

Blogger Akulkis June 28, 2016 12:25 AM  

@62 bgkb

"The most upset I ever made a jewish lesbian gatekeeper was when I showed people that an elevator she walked past for years but didn't recognize bypassed her control of the door,"

Sounds like an interesting story.

Blogger Akulkis June 28, 2016 12:45 AM  

@70

"Ukraine would still like to lay hands on the man, as well as buddies in the Berkut that did the killing."

Which Ukrainians would those be? The entire eastern half of Ukraine voted to secede from Ukraine and join Russia.

Why?

Because Ukraine has been a horribly corrupt state ever since the Mongols rolled into Kiev (which is the historical home of the Rus'). That's why the majority of Rus' no longer live near Kiev, and that Russia doesn't even have Kiev within it's borders.

Kiev has been a criminal regime for 1000 years. Literally. There's a reason my ancestors fled that putrid government.

Anonymous Jack Amok June 28, 2016 1:56 AM  

Ukraine: I have friends who are Ukes and business partners who are Ukes. There's a three-way battle in the country: pro-Russian, pro-EU, and pro-Ukraine. The pro-Uke faction is the one wearing swastikas. None of them are particularly "nice", but make of that what you will.

Ireland: remember how the Irish vote to join the EU went. The voted "No" but the establishment kept insisting on another vote, right up until "Yes" won, at which point it was all "settled science" and no more votes were needed, or allowed.

After that, the Polish plumbers invaded the place. Also keep in mind that circa 1840 (pre-potato-famine), the population of Ireland was about 9 million. In 1990, it was a little over 3 million. Easy pickin's for an invasion, considering the population as less than one-third the pre-industrial carrying capacity*.

* and that says nothing about the disruption sure (and begorsh) to occur when 2/3rds of you population vanishes.

Blogger JaimeInTexas June 28, 2016 10:20 AM  

The swastikas in Ukraine are pro EU, IIRC.

Blogger Marcus Marcellus June 28, 2016 10:20 AM  

Notwithstanding the Alt Right's sophomoric Teutonophilia, the German Reich has been a disaster politically for Europe ever since 1871. Politically, Germany is an insane asylum. Practically every bad 19th & 20th century social, economic and political idea either was born in Germany, or took root there.

Blogger BigFire June 28, 2016 10:57 AM  

Here's Nigel Farage's first ME speech after the BreXit vote: https://youtu.be/T4ZTuh52wXE

He's giving to them both barrels.

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