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RE: The End of Europe
(09-04-2015 05:48 PM)ordinaryleastsquared Wrote:  I'm wondering, why is this happening now?? The civil war in Syria has been going on for 4 years...

Excellent question. The answer is, it's because the traitors in charge of Europe, know that nationalistic movements are on the rise, fast, everywhere in Europe. So, they need to apply their favorite formula, which is, "if the people don't vote like we'd want, then let's change the people!".

So, they are indeed "changing the people", bringing in new, future, soon-to-be voters. That's the way, for example, French Left still gets votes: by having imported millions and millions of (mostly African) immigrants, who in turn get citizenship and vote for the Left...

(Except, many immigrants from "Arab" countries have started not to vote for the Left, because of the disgusting stance on gay marriage, and general moral decrepitude, of the Left... but this is a new development and another, separate issue)

(and you'll notice that the Leftist Liberals do not promote Asian, Chinese immigration: it's because they know that the Asians would vote conservatively, for the Right)

Good thing being, the sense of urgency that the Leftist powers feel, mean that they are starting to panic...! Many of them must feel the threat of the rope, of being held accountable...
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RE: The End of Europe
Actually it has nothing to do with the EU accepting everyone all of a sudden but more or less the conditions on the ground in Syria.

Right now Assad is losing the war, regardless of Iranian and Russian help unless they bring in a large military presence on the ground, in the air and the sea.

Thousands of able bodied men now lie dead, broken or have fled over the years to avoid either Assad or the myriad of psychopaths out for blood and power. It isn't just Islamic State cutting off heads and slaughtering people of a different faith.

A mass panic has set in on the country because the populace has reached a point of psychological destruction. To put it bluntly, they have lost hope and have seen enough death and destruction.
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European society is probably done. I was reading Carlyle's On Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroic in History and he mentions how the strength of something can be seen as a true test of its worth, its righteousness. That Islam could not be so powerful if it did not at some level hit on a deep truth of the universe in nature, if it did not tap into something real and powerful. He talks about Puritanism which we are to understand was not well-regarded in England, and says this:

"We may censure Puritanism as we please; and no one of us, I suppose, but would find it a very rough defective thing. But we, and all men, may understand that it was a genuine thing; for Nature has adopted it, and it has grown, and grows. I say sometimes, that all goes by wager-of-battle in this world; that strength, well understood, is the measure of all worth. Give a thing time; if it can succeed, it is a right thing."

https://www.gutenberg.org/files/1091/1091-h/1091-h.htm

Europe succeeded spectacularly for a while, forget England or Spain or France, the whole of the continent was a marvel compared to the rest of the world.

It has lost its way, its society is sick. It has no more strength, and is being picked apart by all who would come to rip off a piece of its dying flesh. Worse, they are allowing it and welcoming it.

For centuries Europeans fended off Mongols, Muslims, etc.

Perhaps the same might happen again, perhaps things need to get very bad before there is a true reaction to this, and perhaps whatever spark there is inside the European people will shine through again and in some awful conflict remake Europe into something that does not look like a mix between Pakistan, Eritrea and Syria.

But I don't have a lot of hope right now.

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(09-05-2015 07:25 AM)Libertas Wrote:  A lot of Eastern Europe is decidedly anti-Russian for obvious reasons.

But think that if the choice is being loyal to the EU and accepting all these "migrants" in your country, which those countries, including Poland, has unequivocally said they do not want, and undermining your economy and culture, or Russia, what would you pick? It's a shit choice, but this is what happens when you let liberal guilt run your policy.

No way Polish, Czechs, or Slovaks would ever accept being part of Russia or under its sphere of influence again, regardless of how many immigrants the west tries to push down our throat. These territories were basically under forced occupation for decades, and the Russians are generally hated. There are no "pro-Russian" groups like in eastern Ukraine.

If immigration becomes a huge problem, it's possible the EU may just split apart and Russia will seize the opportunity to occupy the eastern block countries again. And this is NOT good. I know around certain circles, even here on the forum, there is a certain romanticism about Russia being the "great white hope." That is bunk. The generation that grew up there since the fall of communism is ignorant, violent, and proud of it. And they are a huge, homogeneous political block that wouldn't bat an eye at supporting another dictator who will gladly commit genocide against European peoples. Let's not forget that around 7 million died in Ukraine in the 30's as part of Stalin's forced famine.
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(09-05-2015 06:56 AM)Libertas Wrote:  
(09-05-2015 02:37 AM)Eskhander Wrote:  Scarily plausible

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Something like this is actually quite possible, though I don't think it will escalate to World War III. This is why I disagree somewhat with what Biologist said. All it really does take is one bullet, and with the way these "refugees" are acting, one bullet is going to fly in the relatively near future. I really do think it is inevitable.

This would lead to a more militaristic crackdown in Southern Europe, with the support of the people. Eastern Europe would look to Russia as a protector, and Putin would only be too happy to oblige. They could easily withdraw from the EU, and I don't think the Germans would have the heart to fight it.

Hopefully this all leads to a complete breakup of the EU. The sooner it goes, the better. The EU is killing Europe both financially and now socially and culturally.

Merkel is still popular in Germany? Fuck that country is really full of the biggest cucks on planet Earth. To resolve this with any semblance of decorum, she needs to go.

I wholeheartedly agree that even just one small incident (one "bullet") could trigger something huge. I just don't think that in the short time (over the next few months or next few years) there will be any major conflict precipitating from this wave of "refugees" entering Europe.

Some scuffles may occur, and perhaps a few native European resistance groups will form, but any agitation will be swiftly dealt with by the police or military.

The politicians will just continue keep kicking the can down the road, talking BS, and not providing any substantial solution to the crisis, whilst major Western/Central European cities will simply just become more overcrowded and dangerous. 3rd world style slums/ghettos will definitely form, as there is simply no place to house this enormous number "refugees".

However, as long as the native European people have access to food, water, medicine, housing and entertainment such as video games and sports, they probably won't be doing anything drastic anytime soon. What will happen in the longer term (10, 20 or 50 years in the future), I don't know.
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Never imagined a world where Xbox, Facebook and Instagram held the fate of mankind in their hands.

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During WW2, the US government encouraged certain movies to be made to encourage making the Russians look good.

I can only imagine the emails and meetings that will be had by Obama and the EU pleading to make social media more addicting.

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Vox Day has predicted that within two election cycles, the nationalist parties will take control. That could be sped up. Even Norway was deporting its Eritrean "migrants" earlier this year.

If the EU tries to crack down, they will lose legitimacy.

Either way I see this crisis coming to a head relatively soon.

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(09-05-2015 08:02 AM)AFS Wrote:  
(09-05-2015 07:25 AM)Libertas Wrote:  A lot of Eastern Europe is decidedly anti-Russian for obvious reasons.

But think that if the choice is being loyal to the EU and accepting all these "migrants" in your country, which those countries, including Poland, has unequivocally said they do not want, and undermining your economy and culture, or Russia, what would you pick? It's a shit choice, but this is what happens when you let liberal guilt run your policy.

No way Polish, Czechs, or Slovaks would ever accept being part of Russia or under its sphere of influence again, regardless of how many immigrants the west tries to push down our throat. These territories were basically under forced occupation for decades, and the Russians are generally hated. There are no "pro-Russian" groups like in eastern Ukraine.

If immigration becomes a huge problem, it's possible the EU may just split apart and Russia will seize the opportunity to occupy the eastern block countries again. And this is NOT good. I know around certain circles, even here on the forum, there is a certain romanticism about Russia being the "great white hope." That is bunk. The generation that grew up there since the fall of communism is ignorant, violent, and proud of it. And they are a huge, homogeneous political block that wouldn't bat an eye at supporting another dictator who will gladly commit genocide against European peoples. Let's not forget that around 7 million died in Ukraine in the 30's as part of Stalin's forced famine.

Agree re your views on most of EE never cooperating with Putin's regime, but your views on Russia are largely incorrect. And you're being blinded by EU/US & NATO propaganda on Russia "taking over" the old Eastern European countries - there's zero chance of that (at absolute worst it might occur in the Baltic States where you have significant Russian popluations, but that's highly unlikely). What's more likely the Muslims will slowly take over politically if immigration continue on as it has - take a look at France or the UK and that's all you need to know - that's the template, it's happening, and it's unlikely to be stopped.

I think you need to realize that Russia is a different place than it was during the Soviet Union and Russians have adjusted to the modern world in most ways. They went through the cowboy capitalism & chaos of the 90s (foisted on them by the West) to the oligarchs to Putin. They are also dealing with their own immigration /migration issues for many years now with all the migrants from places all over the FSU. Russians traveled a LOT over the past 10 years or so and thus are more familiar with the West too.

I will say that most Russians feel betrayed by the West and Europe to a certain extent, and feel that they can't trust them to be on their side economically (rightfully so) and, most importantly, can't ever really count on them. So they need to go their own way. That's why they are branching out towards China and Asia and to the ME as well to hedge their bets.

Re the 7 million dead in Ukraine during the Holodomar, the dirty little secret there is that the Bolsheviks largely consisted of a lot of non-ethnic Russians at least at the top levels (lots of Jewish intellectuals, Georgians (Stalin was Georgian), etc.) So Russians are well aware of how bad the Soviet Union was and how badly many people and minorities were treated across the FSU and in Eastern Europe, but that often times these minority groups actually did the oppressing from up on top as well. So nobody wants to go back to that.

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The big wildcare is how the USA will react. If Trump is in office when Eastern Europe has its army start firing at invaders, how could Western Europe count on American support? Trump would look very hypocritical to support keeping illegals out of America but not also in Eastern European countries who democratically voted to do so. So Trump would in theory have to support Eastern Europe, and EE would not need to appeal to Putin if America goes to their side.

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(09-05-2015 08:12 AM)Libertas Wrote:  Vox Day has predicted that within two election cycles, the nationalist parties will take control. That could be sped up. Even Norway was deporting its Eritrean "migrants" earlier this year.

If the EU tries to crack down, they will lose legitimacy.

Either way I see this crisis coming to a head relatively soon.

The final straw that breaks the camels back could be another economic downturn hitting the EU and especially Germany with full force.

The Asylum Industry in this country is almost completely state drive. We have plenty of projects here hell-fueled with money from the government. They are even paying bankrupt hotel owners money to host immigrants.

It's the same old rotten story of doing good things with other people's money. But nobody thinks about the future when the cash is running out and the fight for scarce ressources will go into overdrive. Only the future will tell how effective our collective Nazi and WW2 Guilt will keep our self respect down.

Potential "refugee" camps are already burning here and there but I'm not sure how far down the rabbit hole we will go when shit hits the fan.
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Quote:Gaming in these European places will become extinct, the euro women will become really wary and guarded against anyone not in her social circle due to this huge influx of migrants.

Correct, but it won't be because of wariness of the women, but threats by the local men. Things in Poland are getting tense.

Going to European countries to have casual sex with women based on being exotic will entail more risks in the next five years, especially if you look way different than the local population.

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(09-05-2015 09:11 AM)UncleSam Wrote:  
(09-05-2015 08:12 AM)Libertas Wrote:  Vox Day has predicted that within two election cycles, the nationalist parties will take control. That could be sped up. Even Norway was deporting its Eritrean "migrants" earlier this year.

If the EU tries to crack down, they will lose legitimacy.

Either way I see this crisis coming to a head relatively soon.

The final straw that breaks the camels back could be another economic downturn hitting the EU and especially Germany with full force.

The Asylum Industry in this country is almost completely state drive. We have plenty of projects here hell-fueled with money from the government. They are even paying bankrupt hotel owners money to host immigrants.

It's the same old rotten story of doing good things with other people's money. But nobody thinks about the future when the cash is running out and the fight for scarce ressources will go into overdrive. Only the future will tell how effective our collective Nazi and WW2 Guilt will keep our self respect down.

Potential "refugee" camps are already burning here and there but I'm not sure how far down the rabbit hole we will go when shit hits the fan.

I saw a documentary on Sweden's situation with refugees/migrants not too long ago, and while the entire project was galling to watch, what was the most striking and most disturbing in a sense, was exactly this point, some native Swedes willingly aiding and abetting this morally corrupt industry by renting out their hostels/hotels/other premises en masse to migrants, and making serious money out of it.
The level of soulless self loathing one must have, to indulge in this practice.
This, to my mind, is the very worst sort of person.
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I think defeatist comments about how Western men are too far gone to fight back are a bit premature. It's important to remember that men are made by the times. The greatest generation did not become the greatest generation until after they fought and won the war. They weren't proclaimed great while they were sucking at their mothers teats or riding their bicycles to the fishing hole. Greatness only came when they were given the opportunity to rise to the occasion. So while it's the easiest thing in the world to look at the pathetic state of Western men today and either laugh or despair, we would do well to remember that there is a great, unknown potential residing within every man. Just as steel is tried in the furnace, we can't know what men are made of until they are truly tested. And in testing, many will fail. Perhaps more than used to fail. Perhaps most will fail. But some won't. Enough won't. A minority will come out of that furnace as hardened and bold as any men who have ever lived, and they will not only fight, they will inspire their more timid peers to join under their banner. There are heroes among us who we don't yet recognize. They don't even recognize themselves at this point. They literally don't know what they're made of, because they've never had the opportunity to find out.

I'm reminded of a line that always stuck with me from the post-apocalyptic film The Postman. It comes from an exchange between the hero of the film, and the fearsome, renowned general of the army opposing him. About himself, the general says:

Quote:"Do you know what I did before the war? Do you think I was in the army? I sold copying machines. I was a salesman. The talent to lead men and devise and execute a battle plan was locked away inside me. If the war hadn't come along, I'd still be selling copying machines. Can you imagine the wasted life? Can you imagine the magnitude of it? But war... War gives men like me a chance."

How many potential Western heroes are currently wasting their lives delivering pizzas, playing computer games or sitting in cubicles? We'll never know until the furnace tries them. But make no mistake, there are still plenty of hard and heroic men among us, and the necessities of the times will reveal them when they are needed. And when are such men needed? Precisely when the odds are the longest, when all hope appears lost, when the darkest hour has come. These are the times in which previously ordinary men become heroes, and these are the times we are entering.

There is reason yet for hope. Our heroes walk amongst us. They may even be reading this right now, oblivious to their own potential. But that will not long be the case. The trials are coming. The furnace awaits. The weak will burn and melt away, but those who are made of steel (most of whom don't realize it) will come out as hardened as their ancestors before them.

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(09-05-2015 09:11 AM)UncleSam Wrote:  The final straw that breaks the camels back could be another economic downturn hitting the EU and especially Germany with full force.

Germany's economy is nowhere near as strong as people think it is. They are highly dependent on exports to China and other countries, including Russia (to a much lesser extent), and if China slows down like it should it will have big implications for the German economy. They also have a fairly high Debt to GDP (like most western nations), and citizens who are highly dependent on government largesse which at some point will come back to bite them in the ass, especially if they keep on taking in more and more poorly educated, low-skilled illegals & migrants who simply go there for the welfare benefits.

Frankly, we're potentially looking at a global EM economic meltdown (including China) that could potentially push the Western nations into a multiple-year recession as well, but that's a topic for another thread.

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Russia definitely benefits from this.

For example, Marine Le-Pen and the National Front have close ties to Putin. The same goes for other far right leaders in Europe:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worl...ves-putin/

I don't think Central and Eastern European countries will go flocking to Russia for help. But at the very least what they will do is start blaming the EU for this, and shunning the EU and its policies altogether. As a result of this, they'll stop worrying so much about Russia and begin to focus on themselves.

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The mandatory draft/conscription was put on hold in 2011 in Germany, but the generations before this were trained at least for 9 months in the army.
We are enjoying one the longest times of peace in history at the moment, so it is only a matter of time until this status quo ends. As history repeats itself, I think this will happen: the homo sapiens out-reproduced the native neanderthal population in Europe and conquered the rest of the world ~30 000 years ago. We could argue this is the beginning of the second wave of immigration from africa to europe.

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The pro-migrant group have no understanding or care for economics, reality.

I was discussing it with someone that was basically for opening up the flood gates and the out of touch reasons were just absurd. All of these "money doesn't matter. It's human lives!" are in for a shock when the economy does give in.

I'd love to see the response if government's cut benefits, raised taxes, and used the argument that you can do with less so that others may have more. See how quickly the pro-migrant group changes their tune when they can't afford the latest bullshit.
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(09-05-2015 09:33 AM)scorpion Wrote:  I'm reminded of a line that always stuck with me from the post-apocalyptic film The Postman. It comes from an exchange between the hero of the film, and the fearsome, renowned general of the army opposing him. About himself, the general says:

Quote:"Do you know what I did before the war? Do you think I was in the army? I sold copying machines. I was a salesman. The talent to lead men and devise and execute a battle plan was locked away inside me. If the war hadn't come along, I'd still be selling copying machines. Can you imagine the wasted life? Can you imagine the magnitude of it? But war... War gives men like me a chance."

This is basically what I wrote my book about. The main character basically starts as a lost young man much like our own generation but through war finds his masculinity and becomes a hardened hero.

I started writing this in 2008. Even I can't believe how true it's becoming.

Hopefully it won't wind up becoming more true, because it covers a really devastating planet wide war - against outside and foreign interference, that rocked civilization to its core.

And yes, it did only take "one bullet" to set the whole thing off, fired by the man that would become a hero.

In a bit more practical terms, I just read that it was Merkel's last term. Are there term limits in Germany? Her going would be the first step in the right direction.

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(09-05-2015 09:24 AM)amity Wrote:  I saw a documentary on Sweden's situation with refugees/migrants not too long ago, and while the entire project was galling to watch, what was the most striking and most disturbing in a sense, was exactly this point, some native Swedes willingly aiding and abetting this morally corrupt industry by renting out their hostels/hotels/other premises en masse to migrants, and making serious money out of it.
The level of soulless self loathing one must have, to indulge in this practice.
This, to my mind, is the very worst sort of person.

Never underestimate the power of self-interest. The more I look at it the more I'm convinced that the "refugees welcome" campaign is performed for mostly selfish reasons. Besides all those Mother Theresa wannabees we have :

1. Politicians who see immigrants as potential loyal voters, especially the left ones
2. Smart business people which look at immigrants as cheap wage slaves
3. Smart business people which host immigrants for money provided by the tax payer
4. Businesses who provide ressources to host immigrant, like the tent or living-container industry
5. Security companies
etc.

That's just the tip of the iceberg but you get the point. The list of people profiting from this whole mess in the short run at the expense of our future is a long one.

(09-05-2015 09:33 AM)scorpion Wrote:  I'm reminded of a line that always stuck with me from the post-apocalyptic film The Postman. It comes from an exchange between the hero of the film, and the fearsome, renowned general of the army opposing him.

Reminds me of this one.

"I'm a school teacher"





(09-05-2015 10:00 AM)Libertas Wrote:  In a bit more practical terms, I just read that it was Merkel's last term. Are there term limits in Germany?

Nope. No term limit for the Chancellor.

(09-05-2015 10:00 AM)Libertas Wrote:  Her going would be the first step in the right direction.

In theory, yes. But practically there is no one interesting to replace her. The political situation here is in a stale condition, really. Especially when it comes to political leaders you see almost exclusively women, betas and old guys who can't wait to reach pension. And everyone seems to have the same opinions on key issues like immigration, so it wouldn't matter anyways.
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Putin talking about the crisis:

Quote:Russia has frequently warned of major problems which Europe would face as a result of Western policies in the Middle East and North Africa and jihadist groups terrorizing people, so the current refugee crisis in the EU doesn’t come as a surprise, said the President of Russia.

“I think the crisis was absolutely expected,” President Vladimir Putin told journalists at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

“We in Russia, and me personally a few years ago, said it straight that pervasive problems would emerge, if our so-called Western partners continue maintaining their flawed ... foreign policy, especially in the regions of the Muslim world, Middle East, North Africa, which they pursue to date,” said Putin.

According to the Russian president, the main flaw of Western foreign policy is the imposition of their own standards worldwide without taking into account the historical, religious, national and cultural characteristics of particular regions.

The only way to reverse the refugee flow streaming into Europe is to help people resolve problems at home. And the first step should be by creating a common and united front against jihadist groups such as Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and fighting them at their core.

“We really want to form some kind of an international coalition, therefore we conduct consultations with our US partners,” Putin said, noting that he spoke about it with President Obama.

However it is premature to discuss “direct” Russian involvement in military actions against ISIS, needless to say joining the US-led coalition, as Moscow is currently considering “other options,” said Putin.

The issue of rebuilding local economies and social spheres to convince terrified people to move back would only arise after terrorism is rooted out, Russian President said. But international support for rebuilding the statehood of the countries which have suffered at the hand of ISIS should only occur with full respect for history, culture and local traditions.

“But if we act unilaterally and argue about the quasi-democratic principles and procedures for certain areas, that will lead us to an even greater impasse,” Putin concluded.

The Russian leader emphasized that he was being critical to figure out “what is happening, and what to do next,” rather than to tease or to point out that Western policies were “shortsighted.”

Putin noted that the US is not facing a refugee crisis of the same magnitude as the EU, which has been “blindly following American orders.”

Prior to Putin’s speech, the Russian Foreign Ministry said that the EU could actually learn something from Russia in terms of offering proper living conditions to those fleeing conflict zones.

Reminding Brussels of Russia’s experience in dealing with the influx of civilians fleeing Kiev’s so-called “anti-terrorist operation” in neighboring Ukraine, the ministry's spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova said that hundreds of thousands of refugees who fled to Russia were provided with “shelter, food and aid.”

From another article:

Quote:“Of course, we know that there are different approaches to Syria. By the way, people are running away not from the regime of Bashar Assad, but from Islamic State, which seized large areas in Syria and Iraq, and are committing atrocities there. That is what they are escaping from," RIA Novosti quoted Vladimir Putin as saying on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

“They [IS] kill hundreds and thousands of people, burn them alive or drown them, cut off people’s heads. How are people supposed to live there? Of course, they run away.”

He stressed that it is necessary to fight terrorism in all forms, saying, “We really want to create some kind of an international coalition to fight terrorism and extremism.”

The Russian president revealed that he had personally discussed the creation of an anti-IS coalition with the leaders of the US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt and other partners.

A commentary released by the PRC´s official press agency on the crisis:

Quote:The US is "mainly responsible for all the mess" that Europe is facing due to the massive influx of refugees, Chinese news agency Xinhua said in a commentary on Saturday.

Titled "US should bear blame for European refugee, humanitarian crisis", the commentary said that when millions of people around the world were taken aghast by the pictures of drowned three-year-old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi lying washed up on a Turkish beach and the massive refugee crisis engulfing Europe, "they should see through the fact that the United States is mainly responsible for all the mess".

"The main sources of today's refugees -- Syria, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan -- are targets of US intervention, which led to devastation, chaos, deteriorating domestic security and extensive displacements," said the commentary by Xinhua writer Hu Yao.

"People in those countries could no longer enjoy even basic human rights. Many of them had no choice but to flee for life, not only to neighbouring countries, but to Europe."

According to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres, more than 300,000 refugees and migrants have ventured to cross the Mediterranean into Europe so far this year, and over 2,600 didn't survive the dangerous journey.

The commentary observed that while the European countries are accused of indifference and incapabilities to cope with the refugee crisis, "the United States, their closest ally and the major cause of the crisis, seems not to have realized its moral obligation to help clean up the mess and work to address the root cause of the problem".

It noted that Syria is the latest country following Iraq and Libya to become the victim of US intervention in the Middle East.

"The militants of the so-called Islamic State (IS), emerging from the Syrian oppositions which were supported by the US to topple the Syrian government, have launched numerous attacks against Syrian civilians, who have become targets of kidnappings, suicide and car bombings, among others. Their lives are at peril if they hang on in their own country," said the commentary.

It went on to say that although the US has pulled out its troops from some countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, "it should be still held accountable for having destabilized these countries in the first place and then leaving them in a hopeless mess".

The Xinhua commentary said: "As a self-styled leader of the world, it is a shame for the United States to stir up chaos, anarchism and the emergence of extremist and terrorist groups in those countries by its selfish foreign policies."

As Europe struggles to cope with a daily influx of thousands of refugees, the commentary exhorted the US to act immediately and "do more to help solve the refugee crisis and work out long-term measures to help troubled countries and regions restore calm, stability and normal life as soon as possible".
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Right now:

Finnish PM Sipilä is inviting 20 refugees to live in his house from early 2016.

Like I said. Things are escalating in a uncontrollable speed.
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(09-05-2015 09:18 AM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:Gaming in these European places will become extinct, the euro women will become really wary and guarded against anyone not in her social circle due to this huge influx of migrants.

Correct, but it won't be because of wariness of the women, but threats by the local men. Things in Poland are getting tense.

Going to European countries to have casual sex with women based on being exotic will entail more risks in the next five years, especially if you look way different than the local population.

So, doubtlessly it's a nightmarish situation for men (of any ethnicity actually) wanting to game in Europe, but, from (not very attractive) Euro women's point of view, it is a blessed turn of events, a golden opportunity to get laid... as AzulSombra explained here:

http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-50227-...pid1103885

"Any word on what the refugee breakdown is gender wise?

Are we talking 60% of the refugees are male or is it like 85% male (answer: 90% male)? If so it makes sense that euro women are opening up the country to an invasion of foreign cock. It saves them a plane ticket and makes the dating market easier for them.

I wonder how much different it would be if say China (during the one child policy), or Thailand, shipped hundreds of thousands of thin young women out as refugees to Europe. Would the local women be singing a different tune? "
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(09-05-2015 12:17 PM)Chaos Wrote:  Right now:

Finnish PM Sipilä is inviting 20 refugees to live in his house from early 2016.

Like I said. Things are escalating in a uncontrollable speed.

It's all fun and games until the first Sudanese refugee shits in his sink.
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(09-05-2015 12:26 PM)El Chinito loco Wrote:  
(09-05-2015 12:17 PM)Chaos Wrote:  Right now:

Finnish PM Sipilä is inviting 20 refugees to live in his house from early 2016.

Like I said. Things are escalating in a uncontrollable speed.

It's all fun and games until the first Sudanese refugee shits in his sink.

Well, he wouldn't really care: he has 5 houses, 7 apartments, not only in Finland but also in Miami, Ibiza, Cannes, Aspen and London...

Problems are only for middle-class Europeans, who only have one house or apartment to their names...

But anyway, I was thinking: not only the rather-unattractive (under HB6) Euro women are happy at this influx of tons of young male migrants, but also, a very influential group of people: the gays!Dodgy

IdeaCould it be that the gay lobby, at the EU headquarters, is organizing this as a way to flood Europe with young, pliable, despaired young males?

I mean, this winter there will be hundreds of thousands of young, fit, jobless broke migrants roaming the streets in (relative) despair: its prime targets for the ugly women and gays!
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(09-05-2015 12:17 PM)Chaos Wrote:  Right now:

Finnish PM Sipilä is inviting 20 refugees to live in his house from early 2016.

Like I said. Things are escalating in a uncontrollable speed.

This is something literally out of the Camp of the Saints.

Quote:Near the end of the story the mayor of New York City is made to share Gracie Mansion with three families from Harlem

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