France Prepares For Mass Unrest

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    The same thing will is happening here. Onama is inviting them in with open arms and, so far, no one of consequence is challenging him on it.

    Except, maybe, Donald Trump.

    Main reason for his surprising popularity, maybe.

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    Similar things will happen here with all the Latinos! Just don't give them what they want (ten or twenty years from now) and there will be unrest worse than what we saw in the 60's. As for radical Muslims committing unrest here, that is not far fetched! America will suffer and go through new social and ethnic growing pains. mark my words!
    When

    When the countries of this word begin allowing immigrants to simply flow over their borders unchecked, they are inviting the potential for future unrest. :tear: There has to be immigration laws, and those laws need to be reinforced! We are already a melting pot of sorts, but when you don't have rhyme or reason for the ingredients being tossed and mixed into the pot, the results will get out of hand! :tear:

    Yes, as with my other brother, welcome back Poncho!
     
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    Again? Well, git to dustin' off Old Dropblade.
     
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    You don't need to convince me of that.

    Social growing pains or social engineering?
     
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    Dutch Plan Tougher Asylum Policy As Migrants Flock To Europe

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - As Europe grapples with its biggest wave of migration since World War Two, the Netherlands is about to toughen its asylum policy by cutting off food and shelter for people who fail to qualify as refugees.

    Failed asylum seekers would be limited to "a few weeks'" shelter after being turned down, if they do not agree to return home. They would then either be deported or sent away to fend for themselves.

    http://www.ibtimes.com/dutch-plan-tougher-asylum-policy-migrants-flock-europe-2074217

    French FM Slams Eastern Europe for Not Accepting Refugees

    It is 'scandalous' that certain EU member states, particularly those in eastern Europe, will not accept refugees, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Sunday.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/europe/20150830/1026365873.html#ixzz3kKZZJsmY
     
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    (CNSNews.com) – U.S. Ambassador Brett McGurk said that 17,000 Syrian refugees have applied to enter the U.S. and that the nation will likely take in “more” of them next year.

    “We took in about 1,500 last year. We think we’ll take in more next year,” McGurk, who serves as the deputy special presidential envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL, said Sunday on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd.

    McGurk’s comments came in response to Todd’s question about whether the U.S. would increase the number of refugees it takes in from Syria.

    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/sam-dorman/us-ambassador-17000-syrian-refugees-waiting-come-us

    Europeans call them migrants, the US calls them refugees.

    I wonder if McGurk ever pondered the idea of actually hitting "ISIS" uninterrupted supply lines coming out of NATO Turkey to counter "ISIS"? Or that maybe we should demand our "allies" in Saudi Arabia stop funding and arming them? But then that might help the Assad regime stay in power. Can't have that. Washington needs "ISIS" to do all the dirty work of regime change in Syria.

    Europe in new migrant standoff as figures show scale of crisis

    More than 350,000 people, many from war-torn Syria, have made the perilous crossing of the Mediterranean so far this year, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said.

    http://news.yahoo.com/main-budapest-station-orders-evacuation-due-migrants-074136845.html

    Total War in Yemen Totally Ignored by Western Media

    August 27, 2015 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - With almost a whimper, the Western media reported that the US-backed regimes of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and their auxiliary fighters drawn from Al Qaeda have begun carrying out what is the ground invasion of Yemen. Along with an ongoing naval blockade and months of bombing raids, the ground invasion adds a lethal new dimension to the conflict - for both sides.

    http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2015/08/total-war-in-yemen-totally-ignored-by.html

    Thousands of refugees are fleeing Yemen every day to escape a country that the United Nations says is on “the brink of total disaster” as Saudi Arabian airstrikes continue to pound Houthi rebels who have seized control of Sanaa and other swaths of Yemen.

    http://foreignpolicy.com/2015/04/23/yemen-is-going-completely-down-the-drain-says-u-n-refugees-chief/
     
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    The Latest: EU eyes legal action for migration violations

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — The latest developments as tens of thousands of migrants flood into countries across Europe. All times local (CET):

    5:30: p.m.

    The European Union has threatened several EU countries with legal action for failing to properly apply the bloc's laws for asylum seekers.

    EU migration spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud said Tuesday that official letters were sent which constitute the European Commission's "last warning before opening further infringement proceedings."

    Bertaud declined to name the countries targeted from the 28-nation bloc but confirmed the move involved at least 10 countries.

    It includes countries that do not properly fingerprint asylum-seekers, fail to respect migrant rights or procedures on who should qualify for protection, and those with substandard reception conditions. The Commission has already opened 32 legal cases against EU countries over asylum laws.

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    The French are NOT cowards. Never have been. France will always put France first.

    Here is what I wonder: why won't Syrian refugees stay in Turkey?

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    http://syrianrefugees.eu/

    French Presidency Has “Kill List” of People Targeted for Assassination

    Press reports have revealed the French state’s assassination programme—carried out particularly in the regions where France has launched military interventions supposedly to fight terrorism, in Africa and the Middle East—and applauded it.

    In an article on August 8 titled “War on Terror, Licence to Kill,” news magazine Le Point asserted that the French president has the right to kill an individual who has not even been charged with, let alone convicted of, a crime. It wrote

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    Europe’s Refugee Crisis

    Europe’s Refugee Crisis

    Europe is suffering a refugee crisis of Europe’s own making. By mindlessly and immorally supporting for 14 years Washington’s illegal and unjustified wars in the Middle East and North Africa that have murdered and displaced millions of peoples, European governments have created a flood of refugees into Europe. Instead of accepting their responsibility for peoples whose lives Europe has helped to ruin, European governments are employing fences and violence to keep out the hordes of peoples displaced by Washington’s violence and the violence that Washington’s violence unleashed. Those who escaped the Americans are now being murdered by ISIS. Jean Raspail’s prediction in The Camp Of The Saints that a morally disarmed Europe would be unable to turn away Third World hordes that would overwhelm Europe has not prevented the construction of razor-wire fences and the deployment of troops and dogs against refugees.

    Finian Cunningham, a writer who possesses a moral conscience, explains how refugees fleeing violence cannot get away from violence. Read his article . . . http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/09/02/europes-refugee-crisis/
     
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    REFUGEES FROM US-SAUDI SPONSORED SYRIAN WAR FLOOD INTO EUROPE

    Germany expects 800,000 refugees this year, up from 200,000 last year. More than 4 million more wait to enter Europe from camps in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon.

    On September 1 German Labor Minister Andrea Nahles said German tax payers will pay 1.8 billion to 3.3 billion euros ($2 billion to $3.7 billion) to cover the cost of social benefits, language courses and refugee integration into the labor market.

    In 2016, the German government expects and additional 240,000 to 460,000 people to be eligible for benefits. The figure is expected to exceed a million by 2019.

    On Sunday German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on other European Union countries to accept more refugees.

    “If Europe has solidarity and we have also shown solidarity towards others, then we need to show solidarity now,” she said. “Everything must move quickly.”

    In June, Merkel criticized Germans who protested the influx of Arab refugees.

    http://www.infowars.com/refugees-from-us-saudi-sponsored-syrian-war-flood-into-europe/

    No one is protesting the cause of this massive flight from Syria and other mid eastern and north African countries.

    Very few are even talking about it. Maybe that's because they know most of it is their own fault for destabilizing and destroying large portions of the mid east and north Africa and enabling radical jihadists to fill the vacuum created by the west's long term regime change policy aka the "war on terror"?
     
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    UN calls on European Union to take 200,000 more refugees

    The UN high commissioner for refugees has called on the European Union to admit up to 200,000 refugees as part of a mass relocation programme that would be binding on EU states.

    António Guterres said the EU was facing a defining moment and must “mobilise full force” towards a common approach to the migration crisis.

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/04/un-calls-on-european-union-to-take-200000-more-refugees

    David Cameron: UK to accept 'thousands' more Syrian refugees

    The UK is to provide resettlement to "thousands" more Syrian refugees in response to the worsening humanitarian crisis, David Cameron has announced.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-34148913

    I feel bad for Europeans. They can't win for losing. The British and French governments tax their citizens to pay for them to help create this crisis and now their going to have to pay to support the refugees fleeing that crisis.

    THOUSANDS OF REFUGEES WALK FROM BUDAPEST TO AUSTRIA

    Blocked from taking trains to the destination for security reasons, the group of mostly Syrian refugees set out on foot to travel the 105 mile route.

    A social media campaign has been created to organize a convoy of private drivers to take many of the refugees to Austria, according to France 24.

    http://www.infowars.com/thousands-of-refugees-walk-from-budapest-to-austria/
     
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    Hidden Origins of Syria’s Civil War

    Exclusive: In the early months of the Syrian civil war, the West’s mainstream media presented the conflict as a simple case of good-guy protesters vs. bad-guy government, but the conflict was more complicated than that and the one-sided version only made matters worse, writes Jonathan Marshall.

    By Jonathan Marshall

    Since the Syrian civil war began in 2011, nearly a quarter million people have perished and fully half of the country’s inhabitants have been forced from their homes, creating the worst refugee crisis in the past quarter century. Meanwhile, the continuing advance of brutal Islamist factions — which a leading CIA officer in 2013 termed the “top current threat to U.S. national security” — makes the chances of restoring peace and human rights seem more remote than ever.

    Many parties are to blame, but certainly among them are interventionists in the United States and its allies who rationalized supporting the Islamist opposition — and refusing to embrace serious peace negotiations — on the grounds that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is a uniquely evil dictator. That image of Assad grew directly out of his regime’s brutal response to civilian protests that began in early 2011, soon after the start of the Arab Spring.

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    But the convention wisdom — that “the protest movement in Syria was overwhelmingly peaceful until September 2011” — is wrong, or at best incomplete. In fact, opposition to the government had turned violent almost from the start, and was likely aimed at provoking a harsh reaction to polarize the country.

    Although nothing justifies the myriad crimes committed by state forces then and since, facts ignored by most media and government accounts suggest that responsibility for the horrors in Syria is widely shared. The facts undercut the rationale behind inflexible demands for “regime change” from Western and Gulf leaders that closed the door on serious negotiations and opened the way to mass slaughter and the rise of today’s Islamist-dominated opposition.

    Continue . . . https://consortiumnews.com/2015/07/20/hidden-origins-of-syrias-civil-war/
     
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    ‘Refugees’ Arrive in Munich – What’s The Endgame?

    Watching live footage of the “refugees” arriving in Munich, it is difficult not to be struck by how non refugee-like they look. Many are well shod in expensive-looking western sneakers, wearing Adidas and other western name-brand clothing, fingering their smart phones. Mostly men of, as they say, fighting age. What few women we do see appear mostly fashionably dressed with healthy and happy looking babies.

    It is de rigueur at the moment to express unconditional sympathy for those currently streaming in to Europe from, we are told, mostly Syria, to the point where it is probably risky to even entertain questions about the “rest of the story.” Indeed, I have been among the first to write sympathetically about their plight and to lay the blame on the disastrous US-and-allies foreign policy of regime change. But it is hard to avoid this strange feeling that on many fronts this story is not exactly as it is being covered in the western mainstream media.

    Continue . . . https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/refugees-arrive-in-munich-whats-the-endgame/

    Migrant crisis: Pakistanis, others dumping IDs to become 'Syrian'

    Hajdukovo, Serbia: A Pakistani identity card in the bushes, a Bangladeshi one in a cornfield. A torn Iraqi driver's licence bearing the photo of a man with a Saddam-style moustache, another one with a scarfed woman displaying a shy smile.

    Documents scattered only metres from Serbia's border with Hungary provide evidence that many of the migrants flooding Europe to escape war or poverty are scrapping their true nationalities and likely assuming new ones, just as they enter the European Union.

    Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/world/migrant...ome-syrian-20150906-gjggcn.html#ixzz3l5vlhvLl
     
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    Guess Who’s Not Taking In ANY ‘Immigrants’? Sunni Arabs. Here’s Why…

    As Europe takes in the millions of refugees without apparent qualms but a plethora of hashtags, guess how many refugees the rich neighboring Muslim countries are taking in? Exactly zero. Absolutely none. The number you are looking for here, is “zilch.”

    They aren’t helping their Muslim brothers at all. And guess who’s keeping mum? The media. Because, you know, it’s more important that Israel isn’t taking in the refugees either. Zionist monsters. If you’re not seeing red flags at this point, it might be time for an eye exam. Which is clearer, A or B? ISIS or terrorism? A or B?

    Read more: http://louderwithcrowder.com/guess-...migrants-sunni-arabs-heres-why/#ixzz3lBSddPz9

    Muslim “refugees” in Budapest chanted “Allahu Akbar” and “f**k you” while others in Italy attacked an old lady and threw feces at bystanders as Germany announced that it would be prepared to take 500,000 asylum seekers every year.

    Although mainstream media coverage of the migrant crisis has focused on happy families and children, footage not broadcast by TV networks shows a different side to some of those crossing into Europe.

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/muslim-refugees-chant-allahu-akbar-fk-you-attack-citizens-throw-feces.html
     
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    Engineered Refugee Crisis to Justify "Safe Havens" in Syria

    September 7 2015 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - While the Western media attempts to portray the sudden influx of refugees suddenly appearing out of no where at Europe's gates, the reality is that for years they have been gathering in expansive, well-funded refugee camps in Turkey.

    In fact, Turkey has brought in over 2 million refugees with a suspiciously eager "open door" policy and has spent upward to 6 billion USD on building and maintaining these immense camps. They have done so as part of a long-standing strategy to justify creating "safe havens" in northern Syria - essentially NATO invading and occupying Syrian territory, protecting their terrorist proxies within Syria's borders so that they can strike deeper toward Damascus and finally topple the government of President Bashar Al Assad.

    US plans to carve out a "safe haven" or "buffer zone" in northern Syria stretch back as far as 2012 - before a real crisis even existed. In their "Middle East Memo #21," "Assessing Options for Regime Change," it was stated specifically (emphasis added):

    Continue . . . http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2015/09/engineered-refugee-crisis-to-justify.html
     

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