Saturday, July 30, 2016

"Polish Experts: ‘Europe is at The End of its Existence. Western Europe is Practically Dead’


Breibart News By Oliver JJ Lane July 30,  2016
Speaking to Polish television, a former member of Poland’s counter-terror police and an academic expert on information warfare and terrorism have articulated their concern about the intellectual and spiritual collapse of European civilization, remarking it is “at the end of its existence”.
Former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBS) officer Jacek Wrona and military history academic Dr. Rafał Brzeski were guests on the Polish TVP Info programme discussing the Munich shooting in which nine were killed, and were forced to conclude it was a symptom of the end of European Civilisation. Information warfare expert Dr. Brzeski rejected the suggestion in German media that the Munich killer — an 18 year old Muslim — was mad, pointing out the killing had “an element of planning”, reports wPolityce.
As for the treatment of the attack in the mainstream media, the academic said it was a case of the “ministry of propaganda at work… it is self-censorship. There is nothing worse than self-censorship in journalism”. Rejecting the reluctance of mainstream media to recognize the killings as a terrorism, he said: “this is definitely an act of terror… the execution of an act of terrorism. He was setting out to scare people, and that is an act of terror”.
Prempting the emergency press conference held by German Chancellor Angela Merkel in which she said her government stood by its policies and decisions which helped create the migrant crisis, and recognising the frustration of the German people with this approach, the academic remarked: “The Germans have had enough of this, which does not mean the government has had enough. These are two different approaches”.
Former specialist counter-terror police officer Mr. Wrona expressed his deep concerns for the future of Europe on the back of a summer of terror attacks across France and Germany. Noting the phenomenon of free movement of people across Europe which has effectively meant free movement of illegal ex-Soviet weapons from Eastern to Western Europe, the security expert said: “The whole Balkans are flooded with weapons, and from the Balkans have come two million people.

“Together with them came arms dealers, gangsters, drug dealers. Buying a Kalashnikov [Soviet automatic rifle] in Bosnia and Herzegovina is as it was with us after the war. You can buy one for peanuts”.

But the free flow of guns and grenades West is not the main problem Europe faces said the officer. Pointing to the existential crisis of a lack of faith and confidence, Mr. Wrona said: “The worst problem for [the police service] is political correctness… Europe is at the end of its existence. Western Europe is practically dead. These people live in a void, without ideas. And then come along the young, who [only want] to make money, as once did the barbarians”.

Polish politicians and public figures have consistently been at the forefront of robust responses to the Europe migrant crisis. Breitbart London reported the remarks of Poland’s interior minister Mariusz Blaszczak after the Islamist Nice attacks that saw 84 killed this month when he said multiculturalism, immigration, and political correctness were responsible for the killing. Earlier this year popular Polish magazine wSIECI splashed on the “Islamic rape of Europe” with a graphic front cover which was shared around the world as mainstream media reacted in horror to the frank discussion of the “clash of two civilisations in the countries of old Europe”.

Meanwhile:

Briebart News by  Virgina Hale July 28, 2016

Pope Francis demanded Poland “overcome fear” and open their borders to Muslim migrants who are “fleeing wars and hunger”. The pontiff claimed wars are nothing to do with religion as “all religions want peace”.

As Europe is beset almost daily by Islamic terror attacks, the Pope chastised Poland’s government for refusing to accept thousands of migrants from the Middle East and Africa. He said opening the country’s borders would take “great wisdom and compassion”.
Headlining World Youth Day in Krakow the pontiff said that many Poles had emigrated, and so urged the country to understand why migrants are now arriving in Europe. He said: “We must not be afraid to say the truth, the world is at war because it has lost peace.
Alluding to Poles’ reluctance to accept Muslim migrants, the Pope declared that none of the conflict in the world is related to religion in any way.
He said: “When I speak of war I speak of wars over interests, money, resources, not religion. All religions want peace, it’s the others who want war.”
Seventy per cent of Poles don’t want their nation to accept Muslim migrants.
Pope Francis urged Poland to welcome migrants “fleeing” from a number of things including “hunger” and the lack of “fundamental rights”.
He told the crowd in Krakow: “You need a willingness to accept people fleeing from wars and hunger; solidarity with people deprived of their fundamental rights, including freedom and safety to profess their faith.”
While Poles hold their countryman Pope John Paul II in great respect, the current pontiff has alienated many in the country. Journalist Katarzyna Wisniewska wrote that for a Catholic country, Poland is in an unusual position with Pope Francis’ visit. “Nobody here is waiting for the Pope,” she stated.
In Poland’s edition of Newsweek magazine, Jaroslaw Makowski wrote: “It is no secret that the message of Francis is ignored by the Polish clergy.”
Speaking about the Pope’s message, Polish politician Beata Kempa remarked that the country is already rehousing refugees from Donbass, the heavily-shelled region of Ukraine. The head of the Prime Minister’s Office also pointed out that Poland has more than a million economic migrants.
Asked whether the government would “follow the teachings of the Pope” and open Poland’s borders to migrants from the Middle East and Africa, Ms. Kempa noted that they are donating generously to causes like refugee camps in Jordan.
Aid to such camps is best, she argued, as migrants can be in “their natural environment, where they feel best. Where they will be able to get back, after the war, to their homes. This is most important.”
The Pope’s headline appearance at World Youth Day was overshadowed by news that Islamists in France had beheaded an 85 year old Catholic priest during morning mass.
Yesterday, Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło called on Germany to “explain” the country being hit by “terror attacks on a daily basis”. Germany took in more than a million migrants in 2015, the majority of them Muslim.

9 comments:

edutcher said...

The former Warsaw Pact nations seem to be holding off the crazies better than anyone else.

And the Krauts may be finding a spine at long last

Trump is yet another part of this movement.

ricpic said...

I'm not saying this is not so but all you have to do is recall Europe prostrate and out for the count in 1945. The Europe that got up and walked again. So maybe it's not the end.

Trooper York said...

I hope you are right. But you might see them running the movie in reverse if you know what I mean?

Chip Ahoy said...

He's wrong. Flat wrong. Religions want war and destruction of their enemies. Even Christians, the ones that focus on analyzing their last book, the dream of worked up old-school crackpot.

I'm dumbfounded Christians don't get this. And you know why? I figured it out. For all their thumping and all their passage reading darn few of them, a very rare few, actually read the thing all the way through. And even fewer of them bothered with literature generally so have no way to compare things.

See, you're reading along and the prophets are all doom and gloom. Very harsh at the beginning. Always traducing the entire lot. They become nicer and nicer as they go until the last one is not so bad at all and you think, hey, I might even like this guy were we to meet. And then there's an historical gap where outside reading fills in, then Jesus is talked about, (a lie establishing his line to David. This is vital so it's force fitted) but the reader is struck with the change in tone. The whole book became lighter. They're no longer talking about how terrible you are, rather, they're talking about nice things and talking nicely and treating the reader kindly. It is a brilliant change right there. And it goes like that. The text in printed in red is where Jesus is actually speaking and the voice that speaks in the red printed words are all quite extraordinary, completely different from all that precedes it, that voice is remarkable to read given every thing else. It stands out like tower. A baffling and contrary tower. And he speak only of individual soul and the soul's birthright, he speaks of salvation. And only that. That is what he taught.

Then Revelation is stuck on the end like horrible wart. An outgrowth. A boil. An oozing puss boil of pox. That book is the pox. I simply cannot believe Christian big wigs insisting on scaring the shit out of their flocks this way. What horrible bastards, horrible, horrible, horrible bastards. Straight up. Powertripping bastards.

The voice is all wrong. The words printed in red suddenly offensive. Suddenly the words of a madman. They don't fit. Not one bit. Like a usurper jumped on the stage. Like Booth shoots Lincoln in the head then jumps on the stage and says something horrible, that is Revelation. No revelation at all. Just wishcasting for destruction. Forecasting a horrible war. And not being satisfied until it comes about.

And the Muslims are the exact same thing. Their religion demands a final solution. All their enemies dead and condemned. That is what religion wants, that is what religion has in its holy texts.

So don't give me this shit all religions want peace. They don't. Environmentalism now a proper religion, with holy text, with its code, it's rules, its language, its culture, dress, high priests, with its catechism is FAR from wanting peace. Not by a longshot do religions want peace.

However, commerce does. Regular and non religious people generally do want peace. They know it's the only way to go. They cooperate. Even when they don't like each other they still cooperate by their mutual interests. There is NOT struggle for resources, that's a lie, there is exchange for resources, you liar.

Now, be a proper pope and raise a crusade. Put some money into the project, you hoarder. Put an end to these unGodly actions that do not bring glory to God. You know, you're really not cutting it as a pope. Perhaps you might conclave and blow some white smoke out your chimney.

Chip Ahoy said...

I meant to add, the way I figured it out. At my mum's funeral at the reception after I said something drawn from the bible my older brother said, "And he read it from beginning to end." And I thought, "What an odd thing to say, or even to think. How odd for him to think that's impressive. It's not. Not one bit." But there you go. All that church going, all that listening to preachers tell them what's in the book, all that singing songs, passing the basket, getting shinned up, putting on manners, driving, all that memorizing rituals, even with all that and more they generally don't bother to just read the thing like a book. I didn't have the heart to tell him I did that five times because, frankly, a lot of it is whacked.

During that period the books was fairly permanently attached to my hand. This gave people the visual impression I am deeply religious. They viewed me as a little Mormon boy. A choir boy. If they knew me then they'd know otherwise.

[On woman said I shocked her to near death when I changed the messages on the Valentine heart candy to profanities. Acting shocked at discovering they said, "Blow me", and "be my little whore" and the like.] Just because of carrying around a bible for a few months back and forth to break and lunch and all idle moments. Barry saying that told me Christians generally don't read their bible and if they did then they'd find objectionable material, war, and destruction and damnation.

*puts on Rapture* (I love that song, one of the the signs for rapture is really cool, I don't see it online, and she says it 3 time so when it's shown even for the first time you go AHA! good one that's great, and then later there it is! And again, there it is! )

ricpic said...

The Old Testament is harsh because the Jews, from God's standpoint, were incorrigible. So God is angry. This makes perfect sense to a realist. God is The Father and The Father is always angry. Look at what He (or he) has to deal with. The New Testament is an attempt to whitewash the picture. It's wish-fulfillment. God is now Love. Because we all want to be loved. So *poof* we get what we want in the New Testament. Another way of putting it is that the Old Testament is Tom Leykis and the New Testament is Dr. Phil.

Leland said...

Props to Normandy for refusing to bury the muslim scum.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

I was listening a bit on public radio about Rwanda today. Many women are doing all sorts of roles they never had the opportunity to do in the past. The reason is Rwanda is now 70% women, because many of the victims of the 1994 genocide (which occurred under Bill Clinton's watch) were men and most of the perpetrators were men and they fled the country.

That nightmare took place in 1994 over a three month period. It was not religious. It was straight out black on black violence because the Tutsi used to abuse the Hutus in the past and the Hutus waited and then took out revenge on the Tutsi.

We are seeing something similar in Syria now, and in Europe. It is couched in religious terms, but it is all about power and tribalism.

That sort of violence has always existed and is hard wired into humans. That is not to excuse or justify it. But we need to recognize it for what it is.

chickelit said...

Isn't BLM-sanctioned cop killing pretty much tribal revenge? Unfortunately, there is no recognized BLM leader to denounce violence.