Is Europe Waking Up?

2018 December 17
by bc3b

Better question: Is It too Late?

We are beginning to see more Europeans regaining their common sense, opposing the European Union and globalism. They are beginning to realize that the future the EU and the UN (and leaders like Merkel and Macron) envision will mean the end of their countries and their culture.

The Eastern European countries give the EU and the UN “the finger” with impunity. Italy elected an anti-migrant government. The French are staging “Yellow Vest” protests.

This weekend 5,000 protested the UN’s migrant policies in Brussels. Supposedly (according to the UN), these aren’t binding. We’ll see about that ….

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Thousands of people marched in Brussels on Sunday against a U.N. pact aimed at fostering cooperation on migration, eclipsing a smaller demonstration in support of the deal, the signing of which brought down Belgium’s government last week.

Police said some 5,500 people marched in the bigger protest, organized by Flemish right wing parties in the part of the capital where main European Union institutions are located.

A separate counter-demonstration of around 1,000 people, organized by left-wing groups and non-governmental organizations, took place in the city center.

Belgian right-wing N-VA, which is the biggest party in parliament, pulled its ministers from the ruling coalition last week after Prime Minister Charles Michel refused its demand that he not sign the U.N. migration compact in Marrakesh.

Michel had secured a large parliamentary majority in favor of maintaining Belgium’s support of the U.N. text, with support from the opposition socialists and greens. Critics said the N-VA’s move was the opening shot in a campaign before federal elections in May.

The U.N. pact was agreed in July by all 193 U.N. members except the United States, but only 164 formally signed it at the meeting last Monday.

It has run into criticism from European politicians who say it could increase immigration to Europe as the bloc has turned increasingly restrictive on accepting refugees and migrants alike since a 2015 spike in arrivals.

Ten countries, mostly in formerly Communist Eastern Europe, have pulled out of the non-binding pact.

With a record 21.3 million refugees globally, the United Nations began work on the pact after more than one million people arrived in Europe in 2015, many fleeing civil war in Syria and poverty in Africa.

Hat tip: Reuters

Which countries refused refugees?

On a positive note: in a blow to political correctness: the new Miss Universe is Miss Philippines. They didn’t go with the tranny after all. Suddenly 20 is my favorite number.

16 Responses leave one →
  1. 2018 December 17 11:23 am
    bc3b permalink

    The goodies the US offers refugees pales in comparison to what some European countries offer. There are documented cases where citizens have been evicted from apartments where they have lived for 10+ years to make room for migrants.

  2. 2018 December 17 11:37 am
    bc3b permalink

  3. 2018 December 17 12:38 pm
    Eph permalink

    Had Florida been stolen yet???

  4. 2018 December 17 1:39 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Facebook IS evil — — The comment in question fits this post perfectly.

    Bye the bye people are dropping Pateron in droves over a series of deplatforming actions. SubscribeStar has the same TOS issues as Patreon. Peterson and Rubin are preparing a replacement for same.

  5. 2018 December 17 2:14 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “… documented cases where citizens have been evicted from apartments where they have lived for 10+ years to make room for migrants.”

    And elites wonder why they are getting the hell beat out of them in the polls and voting booths. Merkel is retiring. Macron is being yellow vested. May barely survived a no confidence vote.

  6. 2018 December 17 2:50 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “Had Florida been stolen yet???”

    Depends on your definition of ‘stolen’. Back when I was a tyke in the state the grumble was always ‘That damn Tallahassee Gang’ aka Kirk et. al., running the show. Stealing elections is an old tradition in Florida.

  7. 2018 December 17 3:06 pm
    justrand permalink

    Whether it’s Europe, or a neighborhood near you…people wake up when it finally dawns on them that THEY are next to bear the burden or feel the heat. Often they wake up too late (like the Jews in Europe in the 1930s).

    Some Americans are indeed waking up to the fact that gun confiscation IS LOOMING. That Free Speech IS DYING. And that government/industry control of EVERY aspect of our lives is increasing daily.

  8. 2018 December 17 5:37 pm

    2 – Basically announcing two more years to screw us on his way out.

  9. 2018 December 17 5:39 pm

    re:OP – Tweet the pic\meme or post it on facebook you’ll probably get flagged for hate speech or some shit.

  10. 2018 December 17 7:53 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    French country side shutdown.

  11. 2018 December 17 8:04 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Peter J. Hasson on Twitter: “Soros Org Gave $500K To Activists Who Accosted @AGPamBondi At Movie Theater” / Twitter

  12. 2018 December 17 8:09 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Public lawfare to take down Trump World is The Resistance’s current phase

    Of course, in ten years Trump will be the good one while the then-current Repub candidate will be “literally Hitler “

  13. 2018 December 17 9:15 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    drdog – #11 – shows what is really happening. That they are effectively shutting down the country without violence. But that does not fit the narrative.

    Those who make peaceful revolutions impossible will make violent revolutions inevitable.


    Bur man kind seems to never learn from history, thus we are bound to repeat it.

  14. 2018 December 18 7:37 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Worth posting at your favorite blogs? Federal judge dismisses suit by Parkland students. Says police have no duty to protect students.

    A federal judge says Broward schools and the Sheriff’s Office had no legal duty to protect students during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

    U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom dismissed a suit filed by 15 students who claimed they were traumatized by the crisis in February.

  15. 2018 December 18 7:46 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    That’s not a new legal principle, btw. It is well established that police have no duty to protect you.

    The trial judges correctly dismissed both complaints. In a carefully reasoned Memorandum Opinion, Judge Hannon based his decision in No. 79-6 on “the fundamental principle that a government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any particular individual citizen.”

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