Thursday, 4 June 2015

No way back from a multicultural Europe?

At a 2 June 2015 conference at the Vigadó Concert Hall in Budapest in honour of Helmut Kohl, the former German chancellor, Victor Orban, Hungary's Prime Minister, said this:
"Today mass migration is taking place around the globe that could change the face of Europe's civilisation. If that happens, that is irreversible... There is no way back from a multicultural Europe... to a Christian Europe or the world of national cultures... If we make a mistake now, it will be forever."
Be nice if politicians told the truth more often, wouldn't it?

Sadly, honest politics will not fix the problem now. What the dishonest politician has wrought will always be with us and the indigenous inhabitants of our world will continue to be progressively marginalised.

The one world system hammered into place over the course of the last six decades cannot change direction or gear without aggressive intervention. No amount of factual revelation will dislodge the establishment terrorists who murdered our world. Their grip on the thought processes and behaviours of a supine and distracted majority is just too strong.

A Danny and a Douglas Alexander an even an Ed Balls may be rejected by an angry electorate but there will always be another to take their place. As the wise man said:
"It does matter who you vote for, the government always gets in."
It's the Machiavellians who forced mass migration and political correctness upon us forever, or a world wide war that progresses beyond the Middle East and eastern Europe to the streets of London, Birmingham, Manchester and, before too long, to your own little village.

That's the future that our elective dictators have fashioned for us.

Paralysed inaction to the point where we no longer exist, or an acknowledgement that massive retaliation against those who have brought us to the edge of extinction may be the only answer.

In my opinion (and perhaps that of Victor Orban), these will soon be your only choices.

‘Regardless of who’s in office, the same people are in power

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