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Thursday, October 13, 2016

An Update from Germany

As published by Unz Review, LewRockwell, CounterCurrents, Intrepid Report, The Truth Seeker, Dakota Homestead and We Seek the Truth, 10/13/16:

Germany is smaller than California. Within the last two years, it has allowed in roughly two million Muslim refugees and immigrants, all by fiat. Having no voice in this radical demographic change, many Germans are fuming.

Last year, I wrote from Leipzig that Germany has lost its autonomy and sanity. Teaching at the university, I registered that all my students were openly sympathetic towards Muslim refugees, so I suggested they look harder at their government’s complicity in the US’s endless war against Muslims.

The best way to help Afghans, Iraqis, Libyans and Syrians is to not kill them and destroy their countries, obviously. My students couldn’t quite go there, however, for that would entail them being “anti-American,” a big no-no in their vassal state. In the lobby of my university building, there was a banner admonishing against xenophobia, Islamophobia, homophobia, sexism, anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism.

The biggest taboo in Germany is Israel’s role in this serial destruction, and not just of Muslim but European countries. Badgered for decades with Holocaust guilt, no self-respecting German can bat a dark eyelash in any Jew’s direction. They cannot probe George Soros, for example. Though Germany was being purposely dismantled, my students could not see it.

Yesterday, a Syrian terrorist suspect was taken into custody in Leipzig, only to be found dead by suicide hours later. Of course, it’s a preposterous story. One can expose false flag events and planted stories while acknowledging that real crimes by Muslims are also occurring, however. As with the amplifying tension between blacks and whites in the US, Muslims are being deployed in Europe sow chaos and disunity.

Millions of young, impoverished young men from cultures that frown on alcohol and the exposure of female flesh are being imported into a country of huge beer steins and nude sunbathing. What can go wrong? A friend of mine in Frankfurt gives us an update:

Things are slowly sliding into chaos. “Refugees” keep pouring in (600,000 so far this year). The Secretary of the Interior proudly announced that, last year, only 880,000 refugees came to Germany, not 1.1 million, as was said before. The problem is nobody really knows how many refugees were never registered. The borders were open, they are still open, so people came and just vanished.

A good example: In the summer of 2015, just before the refugee crisis got into high gear, we had the G20 meeting in Munich. It was intensively protected with tens of thousands of policemen in Bavaria. During one week, the police conducted border controls, and guess what? In one week, they “found” 14,000 illegal persons—persons who had secretly sneaked into Germany. That was in only ONE week. They haven’t done that since.

Cities are changing—when you go to the central station of any German town, you see lots and lots and lots of foreign men—Arabs and Blacks etc. In Frankfurt, the police admit that they have lost control of the central station (in regards to the selling of drugs and petty crimes).

In Leipzig, a famous club in Connewitz called Conne Island had to admit that they have a teensy weensy bit of a problem with a new clientele—that women didn’t feel save anymore, that violence erupted on many nights, that women were sexually harassed, etc. Therefore, they increased security measures. Though they really tried hard not to appear racist or anything like that, everybody with two brain cells left knows of whom they were talking about.

But still, we are officially told that there are no problems with increases in violence, theft, rapes, drug pushing, etc. What Germans see is something different. Anger is rising. We have rapes and other incidents on a daily basis.

In Dresden, some German youths threatened Syrian kids with a knife. This was widely condemned by the media. Then some German threw some really big fireworks at a mosque. Interestingly, the press reported this as a “bomb attack”. Now, we had a “bomb attack” when a refugee blew himself up in a crowd with some real explosives, killing himself and wounding 10 people. Though this was a real bomb, we are told that we have to despise and condemn those who put fireworks at the front of a mosque (hurting no one and not destroying really anything—only the wall was blackened).

Yet in regards to the refugee who blew himself up—or his colleague who (luckily) unsuccessfully tried to hack people to death with an axe on a train—nope, he is not to be condemned or despised.

We are constantly told that these Germans who attack refugees, as recently happened in Bautzen in the east of Germany, are “the ugly face of Germany”—something to be ashamed of. Yet we are not told that before some 80 Germans and some 30 refugees in Bautzen got into a fight, that for weeks and weeks the refugees in Bautzen had been getting drunk in public, harassing women, shouting abuses at passers by, etc.

And we are never, never told that refugees showed the “ugly face of Islam” or whatever, when things like in Cologne happened.

The cloak of political correctness is very heavy and thick now, hanging over everything.

A few days ago, a Syrian extremist, member of ISIS, escaped a raid by the police, who tried to get him (he was just planning a—you guess—big bomb attack at an airport), and while he was fleeing, he was caught by three other Syrians, who held him, tied him with a rope and took him to the police.

Schau an—the poor bastard hanged himself in his cell in prison. Funny, how all these terrorists never seem to survive their actions that long. Of course, there are rumors that there is something suspicious about it. We will never know, I guess. The secret services are surely behind some, but not all actions. It's a mystery—and the one who tries to look into it can’t lead to a happy life, so few dare.

Now the press is full with coverage about the “first Syrian heroes” of Germany. Funnily enough, only nitpickers mention that, according to German law, binding somebody is illegal (German law has some exceptions for people to act in self defense, but this was no such thing).

A few months ago, three Germans did the same thing. They held an Iraqi who was threatening people in a supermarket with a bottle, tied him to a tree and informed the police. Oh, the condemnation! How could they take the law into their own hands! Shame, shame, shame on them! No tolerance for this!

But here, with these three Syrians doing exactly the same thing, it’s all good. All nice. Heroes. Brave boys. Hurra Hurra und dreimal Hurra!

Really, some people get really frustrated because of all this, some will soon turn to violence, and others are just leaving. We know that especially highly qualified Germans are silently leaving the country, going to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, anywhere else, to escape this change in Germany.

Because a change it is, and not for the better. It seems somebody high above is hell bent on changing the very fabric of German society. And most people are so busy with making money, looking after the family, etc. that they really do not realize that the dismantling of Germany is well under way.

Okay, we already have parts in cities where the police are losing control and women do not go there alone at night—but no, these are no ghettos. Not yet. And if, as happened in Bonn, a language school has issued a warning to its foreign pupils to not go into certain areas because of the danger of getting mugged or raped there, if the school says it has recorded over 250 incidents of pupils who had had bad experiences in these areas—ah, come on, are you racists or what?!

Yes, we have more and more mosques. There are former Muslims like Sabatina James or Hamed abdel-Sayed who are criticizing Islam, but they are only fringe figures. When Sabatina James says on the prime time news that child marriages, which are growing in number, are horrible, she is told by our anchorman that not all are horrible. Some are good.

Oh happy country! Slowly, slowly, streets, cities, the way of life, etc., are changing. Let’s ban pork in Kindergarten—all right. Let’s call the Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas market) Wintermarkt from now on—in order to not offend anybody. Let’s make separate days in public baths—one for the women, one for the men. And lastly, let’s tell the Germans that sharia is not all that bad—in fact, it perfectly matches our Grundgesetz, the constitution of the Federal Republic!

It is really strange to see all this, Linh. Slowly, slowly, our country is changing before our very eyes. Now—in danger of repeating myself—I do not blame Muslims in general. They are just pawns in a game, as I said before. But one has to be willfully ignorant to not see that this path that we are on is heading towards hatred, violence and (maybe) finally civil war.

My take is that the East Germans will resist it first—maybe they make a putsch or something like it and get out of the Federal Republic. It is possible.

You cannot change the whole fabric of a society and think that everybody will welcome it. The German structure of Germany, its very own culture, would change in such a way, that it wouldn’t be German anymore. It would be something new. Some will resist that, and I guess it will be the East Germans.

As the CIA once stated—by 2020, we should have civil unrest in Europe. I guess we might even start earlier.

Of course, I sometimes wonder WHY the powers that be want the destruction of Germany, but that is speculation. What counts is the result.

And this is clear: Germany is slowly eroded, changed, morphed into a multicultural society with no roots, where all groups watch each other suspiciously, where the few rich live well in their gated communities, while the rest of the population tries to survive another day. That’s the way.

Still, there is hope because there is something called fate. And I guess (or hope) fate has some surprises for the powers that be. In the very end, things may turn out differently. We’ll see.

This is the way the world ends.
This is the way the world ends.
Not with a bang, but a…… bigger bang. :-)



Linh Dinh said...

There are several informed and instructive comments at Unz. Here is one:

A close relative of mine recently came back from a science related trip to Germany and I had asked him to interview some of his colleagues about their views regarding the Muslim migrants. Here’s what he reported, sorry about the length.

“One person was more concerned about the German reaction than the refugees themselves. She said that East Germans are far more intolerant. Many still long for the good old days of Communism (forgetting the shortages, limited freedoms etc, and with selective memory dwelling on positives like no competition in jobs (ie you could be lazy) but also pride in the country that has been lost in the merger. refugee settlings apparently have not gone well in the East and hence they are now moving them almost exclusively to the western parts. Another person, however, was very concerned about the “impending loss of Germany”. He said, “we can deal with the crime and the impact on our economy more easily than the loss of ourselves, who we are as a nation.” I asked him if this did not predate the Syrians with migrant working force from elsewhere, he said, “ya, of course.” Two others essentially said the same brief thing – “it is a very serious problem but thank god they do not have any in XYZ” (whatever they live.)”

“Meanwhile, I had breakfast this morning with some colleagues who had a even harsher – first hand view of the situation with refugees than the ones I spoke to before. … “Karl” lives near a resettlement area. His wife is a teacher. Her school district reassigned her to teach in a school set up for the refugees. He said the class is way over crowded with 50-60 kids in her class of somewhat mixed ages. At least 7 or 8 seem to have real mental deficits (severe learning disabilities) which is a huge percentage, at least 3/4 have no decent preparation from prior schools, and up to 1/4 have extreme behavioral problems. Most simply do not care. As a consequence she has gone from being a teacher with great pride in her work to just trying to keep discipline while making it through the day, and feeling extremely depressed. She is quitting and “Karl” is looking for jobs outside Germany to get away from it. Then “Petra”, a student in another city lives quite close to where some have been settled. She used to work quite late and then walk home alone, and would hang out in outdoor bars along the street with friends to relax. She now is uncomfortable doing either. She says she planned to look for post[graduate studies] in the UK and USA anyway, but now she can not wait to get away from it. She is quite bitter.”

Linh Dinh said...

My take on the East Germans' resistance to Muslim refugees/immigrants is that they have a keener sense of nationalism, thanks to decades of suffering under Soviet imperialism/Communism.

This explains a similar reaction in Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary, etc. In all countries of the former Soviet block save Moldava, there is a fierce reassertion of nationalism, which means very little nostalgia for Communism.

In February, I wrote a report from Hungary.

Chuck Orloski said...


Although I inhabit near the top of your Shit List, I want to praise this truly educational article, and also let you know that a dear German-American friend, North Scranton resident, appreciates how you're helping expose virulent anti-Nationalists' plans to redraw new "lines-in-the-sand" all over the world.

With optimism, he just said, "every L.D. piece (on Germany) that I read to date brought me nearer to an understanding that U.S.-Zio power will not last forever."

By the way, have you heard from Ian Keenan? I have not and I miss Ian's learned Blogspot comments... I trust he's doing okay.

salish cedars said...


We've not communicated before but I want to say that I'm glad to see you back. A couple of months ago I noticed your absence. After scanning several months of postings and not seeing your name among them I became depressed and vaguely panicked. I really enjoy your insights and stories.

Linh Dinh said...

Hi Salish Cedars,

I want to clarify that I've never deleted any of Chuck Orloski's comments from this blog.

I've had some angry nutcases here, and I've tolerated nearly all of their comments. A handful of times, though, I had to delete comments because they were so deranged and repulsive, they poisoned the atmosphere.

Chuck hasn't done this, and so I've never deleted any of his comments.

A commenter should stick to issues raised by each article, however. If he brings up personal gripes and makes comments about "shit list," he's asking to be deleted.


Linh Dinh said...

An Obscured American piece about Hank is taking longer than usual to finish. The man said a lot, so it's a lot to sort through and shape into something readable.

Ian Keenan said...

Chuck, hi, I've been offline but am doing well and was just checking in on Linh's latest thoughts.. will be in touch.. hope you are also well and as usual echo s.c.'s thoughts about your insights.

salish cedars said...

Hi Linh,
I apologize for any offence I may have caused. I didn't mean to imply that you had deleted
any of Chuck's comments, only that he seemed to have disappeared for a long time. I go long periods of time offline so I don't always keep up on the latest posts. In future, I shall stay on topic.

Linh Dinh said...

Hi salish cedars,

No offense, man. It's just that sometimes temper flares on this blog, so I don't want anyone to think I'm being a censor. The shit list reference by Chuck was what prompted me to say something.

This blog is all about issues, so as long as people can stay on topics, everything is cool.




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