European Union Bravely Shows Rest of World How to Drink Hemlock

The political elites of the EU wanted this. They promoted it, they subsidized it, and they imported it, via hundreds of ferries across the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. For some reason Angela Merkel loves the taste of this hemlock and seems to want more, though it may kill her and the rest of Europe.

But the EU’s unelected, unaccountable elites (and George Soros) thought it would be a great idea to import millions of unvetted Muslims from the middle east, north Africa, and Afghanistan as fast as possible; to pay for that importation using EU taxpayer money; and to put all the newcomers on the public dole for the forseeable future. One day history may look back on that decision and scratch its head, or weep.

Mere months after the mass importation began, the Bataclan theatre in Paris was shot up by ISIS operatives, among whom were some “refugees” from the middle east, recently imported. Thereafter began a dizzying array of Islamic terror attacks: mass sexual assault in Cologne on New Year’s Eve (1200 attacks against women!), the Brussels airport and subway, a truck bombing in Nice, backpack explosions at German fairs, rapes at music festivals, shootings in Munich, machete killings, knife stabbings, axe swinging on trains, beheadings in chapels, nearly every one accompanied by the ubiquitious “Allahu Akbar!”.

Does it really matter whether these are true Muslims or confused, misguided Muslims? Why would such an academic debate be relevant in the face of this unending barbarity? If they won’t stop the importation they must surveil the mosques to root out terror. If they won’t surveil the mosques, they will have to deport radical Muslims and the communities that support them to ensure terrorism has no base of support. If they won’t deport terrorists and their sympathizers, we’re heading for civic breakdown and war.

A horrible, widespread conflagration across the West that could go on for many years that will be unlike anything Europe has experienced before. Of these options, war is the most expensive in every way – the cost in lives, Euros, economic damage, global instability will be incalculable.

Now the German government is requiring its citizens to “stockpile supplies in case of catastrophe”. What kind of catastrophe might they have in mind? And why are they in this situation after being a peaceful, secure nation for over 60 years?


Germany to require citizens to stockpile supplies in case of catastrophe

Deutsche Welle  *  21 August, 2016merkel migration

A civil defense plan to be debated by the cabinet would require citizens to stockpile supplies in case of a catastrophe. The plan says people should prepare for an unlikely event that “could threaten our existence.”

For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the German government plans to encourage its citizens to prepare for a catastrophe or an armed attack by stockpiling food, water and other supplies, the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung” reported on Sunday.

Citing the government’s “Concept for Civil Defense” paper to be discussed by the cabinet on Wednesday, the government will require people to sto
ck 10 days’ worth of food and five days’ worth of drinking water.

The civil defense strategy would require citizens to have a sufficient supply of food, water, energy, money and medicine to wait out a period until the state would be able to initiate a response to a catastrophe or attack.

A spokesperson from the interior ministry declined to comment on the contents of the paper until a Wednesday press conference.

The 69-page report said an armed attack on Germany was unlikely. However, as a precaution people should “prepare appropriately for a development that could threaten our existence and cannot be categorically ruled out in the future,” FAS quoted the report as saying.

The civil defense strategy was originally commissioned by a parliamentary committee in 2012, but its release comes amid a raft of new security measures in the country.


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