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Whenever Any Form of Government Becomes Destructive To These Ends,
It Is The Right of the People to Alter Or To Abolish It,
And To Institute New Government

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Only 10% of migrants have reached Europe so far, claims German development minister as he warns up to ten million people are ‘still on the way’

The People Want This To Stop

A German minister claims that only ten per cent of the migrants heading to Europe have arrived as he warned Germany cannot continue to accept people at the rate they have done this year.
CSU Minister Gerd Müller says that the Schengen Agreement – a border-free zone within Europe – has ‘collapsed’ and the only way to deal with the crisis is to support other countries financially.
He warned that Europe can expect 8-10 million more migrants, who can now find out how prosperous the lifestyle enjoyed by its citizens is because of the internet.
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Anonymous The Last English Prince said...

The immigrants will note (and resent deeply) the prosperous lifestyles due to a lack of understanding of how good governance works.

The mindset will be: You own these things because you have stolen them from me.

Germany will no longer exist as the Germany that rose from the ashes of WW II. Germany will be a social experiment nightmare with the deepest nightmares visited upon her own citizens.

Hand Merkel a fiddle. She is as mad as Nero.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016 2:59:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The Hungarian government recently added selected works of a controversial Hungarian author, Albert Wass to the Hungarian school curriculum. The addition of his works created bitter controversy within Hungary as well as expat Hungarian communities throughout The West due to its ideological (and some suggest anti-Semitic) content.
The "Comprehensive Wass" is selling in large numbers, schools and libraries are stocking it. Count Albert Wass is a popular, controversial patriotic Hungarian author whose books were banned during communism.

Here is a video reading of his work:
Rats' Conquest: A Fable for Young Hungarians
which is most apropos to address the Hijrah...hostile migrant invasion of Europe

Tuesday, January 12, 2016 3:31:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Donald Trump's recent reading of the lyrics to Al Wilson's song, "The Snake" which mirrors the sentiments of Albert Wass's "Rats Conquest"...
The Snake
By Al Wilson

On her way to work one morning
Down the path along side the lake
A tender hearted woman saw a poor half frozen snake
His pretty colored skin had been all frosted with the dew
"Poor thing," she cried, "I'll take you in and I'll take care of you"
"Take me in tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in, tender woman," sighed the snake

She wrapped him up all cozy in a comforter of silk
And laid him by her fireside with some honey and some milk
She hurried home from work that night and soon as she arrived
She found that pretty snake she'd taken to had been revived
"Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in, tender woman," sighed the snake

She clutched him to her bosom, "You're so beautiful," she cried
"But if I hadn't brought you in by now you might have died"
She stroked his pretty skin again and kissed and held him tight
Instead of saying thanks, the snake gave her a vicious bite
"Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in, tender woman," sighed the snake
"I saved you," cried the woman
"And you've bitten me, but why?
You know your bite is poisonous and now I'm going to die"
"Oh shut up, silly woman," said the reptile with a grin
"You knew damn well I was a snake before you took me in
"Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven's sake
Take me in, tender woman," sighed the snake

****
Another selection mirroring these "controversial" sentiments:
Hot House Flowers, John H. Wilson The story is set in a greenhouse. The flowers there are of all shapes, sizes and colors. The flowers which grow in the wild outside are jealous of the flowers who live in the hot house, so one of the flowers from the outside sends its spores into the hot house to grow there. ...

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 1:23:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wiki: Hot House Flowers, By Brooklyn Criminal Court Judge, John Hl. Wilson
Plot

A dandelion from outside a hothouse releases her seeds into the hothouse and the dandelions begin to use up all the water, soil, and sunlight. The native flowers, who remain silent for fear of appearing intolerant, begin to wither.

The God-like hothouse owner removes the dandelions. When the original dandelion sends in more seeds the native hothouse flowers use their roots and stems to push the dandelion seeds to the bottom of the hothouse, where they cannot grow. Seeing this, the dandelions outside the hothouse stop sending seeds in.
Controversy

Alleged judicial misconduct

Steven Banks, chief attorney for the Legal Aid Society, has requested an inquiry by the New York Commission on Judicial Conduct, alleging that the book demonstrates Wilson's inability to act impartially in illegal immigration cases.[1] §100.4(A) of the Rules Governing Judicial Conduct allows a judge to engage in "avocational activities" as long as they do not "cast reasonable doubt on the judge's capacity to act impartially."[1] The Advisory Committee ruled in 1999 that judges may write nonfiction, but that "promotion of such works should not exploit the judge's judicial position."[1]

Wilson is responsible for night-shift arraignments in Brooklyn, a position that requires him to set bail for defendants, during which he says he takes a defendant's immigration status into account: "It's got to be a factor — if a person's an illegal immigrant, how likely is it that he's going to come back to court?"[2]

Wilson has described the book as an allegory for "the defense of home and country," which he defends as an expression of his First Amendment rights.[1] On Fox & Friends, Wilson stated that illegal immigrants "probably should be seeking legal counsel about seeking exit from the country."[3]

Margaret Fung, executive director of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, stated: "I would hate to be an immigrant in his courtroom."

Praise

Tim Bueler, a spokesman for the Minuteman Project, praised the book as giving "great insight to children and families on the issue of illegal immigration."[4]
Criticism

Norman Eng, a spokesman for the New York Immigration Coalition criticized the book: "I think it's irresponsible for someone to write a children's book like this — one that poisons the minds of impressionable young readers with the idea that immigrants are to blame for the world's ills."[4] Annette Clifford of the Daily Press calls it an "ugly allegory."[5]

Lewis Black, a commentator for The Daily Show, characterised the book as "combining the charm of The Hungry Caterpillar with the subtlety of a Brooklyn criminal judge."[6]

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 1:27:00 pm  

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