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Are these European leaders inferior beings?

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Post Gaut on Fri 30 Jun - 12:37

I have altered the title of the thread to be more inclusive and in the first post I have also given examples of leaders of Europe who have made very foolish statements on terrorism.

Leftists are as welcome as anyone else to comment on that which I have criticized in the first post:

To say before the terror wave that terror is not going to happen, and then when it does to say that terror cannot be stopped.
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Post Neon Knight on Sat 1 Jul - 1:06

@Gaut wrote:They have denied that terror will happen as a result of immigration in spite of clear signs of warning. Now that it is happening, they deny that it can be stopped.

Are they the most inferior human beings imaginable, the most intellectually challenged, inert and lazy, the most passive and uncreative people in existence?

(Theresa May, Angela Merkel, Stefan Löfvén, among others.)
I think the key words there are inert and passive. Merkel and Löfvén are probably suffering from white guilt because of the war and May too because of the British Empire. I'm just putting ideas forward. The anti-nationalists/cosmopolitans have somehow come to control education and much of the media and mainstream politicians are afraid to challenge them.

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Post Impasible on Sat 1 Jul - 14:25

Merkel said not long time ago: 'Multicultural society doesn't work'.

And then she takes in almost 1.000.000 muslims and africans in Germany without any filter or control.

Can someone be more contradictory?

But people keep voting her and she will be in power some more years it seems...

If tomorrow she engages in a massive expulsions of those who she allowed to enter formerly things would not change at all I think.
The same people would keep voting her. Shrug

Yes, there are reasonable reasons which try to explain the behaviour of elites and politicians regarding massive immigration and multiculturalism, the guilt and the influence of cultural-marxism in all spheres of society, but how do you explain the behaviour of general people, the people who supports those politicians in power no matter what they do?.
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Post Aëlwenn on Sat 1 Jul - 18:34

Germany has always been a melting pot country so...
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Post Gaut on Sat 1 Jul - 19:24

@Aëlwenn wrote:Germany has always been a melting pot country so...

Do you think that there are different melting pots, or is every melting pot the same as any other?

For example, there is the melting pot, in the modern German nation, founded in the 19th century, of mostly Germanic people living in different states with a few minority groups which were already naturalized.

Another example is the melting pot of anyone from anywhere.

Are those two melting pots qualitatively the same to you?

If not, what then exactly is your point??
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Post Gaut on Sat 1 Jul - 19:31

@Neon Knight wrote:
@Gaut wrote:They have denied that terror will happen as a result of immigration in spite of clear signs of warning. Now that it is happening, they deny that it can be stopped.

Are they the most inferior human beings imaginable, the most intellectually challenged, inert and lazy, the most passive and uncreative people in existence?

(Theresa May, Angela Merkel, Stefan Löfvén, among others.)
I think the key words there are inert and passive. Merkel and Löfvén are probably suffering from white guilt because of the war and May too because of the British Empire. I'm just putting ideas forward. The anti-nationalists/cosmopolitans have somehow come to control education and much of the media and mainstream politicians are afraid to challenge them.

But saying that amounts pretty much to saying that they are mentally crippled, mentally ill people. They concluded that "guilt" is one of the main inheritances that all people under their reign have to face. The proper place for such people is in the care of others, not in charge of others.
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Post Aëlwenn on Sat 1 Jul - 22:38

@Gaut wrote:
@Aëlwenn wrote:Germany has always been a melting pot country so...

Do you think that there are different melting pots, or is every melting pot the same as any other?

For example, there is the melting pot, in the modern German nation, founded in the 19th century, of mostly Germanic people living in different states with a few minority groups which were already naturalized.

Another example is the melting pot of anyone from anywhere.

Are those two melting pots qualitatively the same to you?

If not, what then exactly is your point??


Melting pot of other Europeans peoples.
Many Germans now have foreign Europeans surname.
It’s a mixed country and now, mixed with extra European.
It’s a bit hopeless ...
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Post Gaut on Sun 2 Jul - 9:19

@Aëlwenn wrote:
@Gaut wrote:
@Aëlwenn wrote:Germany has always been a melting pot country so...

Do you think that there are different melting pots, or is every melting pot the same as any other?

For example, there is the melting pot, in the modern German nation, founded in the 19th century, of mostly Germanic people living in different states with a few minority groups which were already naturalized.

Another example is the melting pot of anyone from anywhere.

Are those two melting pots qualitatively the same to you?

If not, what then exactly is your point??


Melting pot of other Europeans peoples.
Many Germans now have foreign Europeans surname.
It’s a mixed country and now, mixed with extra European.
It’s a bit hopeless ...

OK, so you gave up.

But what do you think about the approach to terrorism? Is it reasonable to just say that terror like what we've seen in Paris, Berlin, London and Stockholm just cannot be stopped? Do you agree?
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