Europe defends itself, how?

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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi called once again for more help from the European Union in dealing with the massive wave of migrants arriving in Italy. Meanwhile, two illegal migrants were drowned and 25 more were missing after their boats capsized in the Mediterranean off the Greek island of Samos.

In other news, the leader of the Nigerian Islamic terror group Boko Haram threatened to sell more than two hundred abducted schoolgirls on the market.

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Europe Defends Itself Against Nationalism and Xenophobia

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The Council on Foreign Relations is an American-based think tank. It was founded in 1921 in order to help leaders and policymakers “better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries”. Its website says it has “no affiliation with the U.S. government”, and that is quite true: the CFR is primarily affiliated with the trans-national elites who consolidate and manage the emerging regime of global governance.

The list of officers, directors, emeriti, and members of the CFR reads like a who’s-who of the Washington/New York power elite. Among the names I recognize are John Abizaid, Fouad Ajami, Madeleine Albright, Tom Brokaw, Martin Feldstein, Maurice Greenberg, Carla Hills, Richard Holbrooke, Colin Powell, Penny Pritzker, David Rockefeller, Robert Rubin, Laura D’Andrea Tyson, Vin Weber, Christine Todd Whitman, and Fareed Zakaria. These are the people who circle the centers of power in Washington D.C., playing musical chairs in lobbying firms, think tanks, charitable organizations, and the Cabinet. Not coincidentally, many of them are also frequent attendees at the World Economic Forum in Davos, annual Bilderberg Group meetings, and other popular venues where the movers and shakers of the New World Order meet to chart our global future.

A recent CFR article takes a look at the migration crisis in Europe from the perspective of the NWO. Those who would “harmonize” the borderless global society have every reason to be concerned about the situation in Europe. Yet what they find alarming is not the mass influx of illiterate third-world refugees itself, but the possibility that the crisis might enhance the popular appeal (and thus the political clout) of “nationalist” and “xenophobic” parties in Europe.

The article is full of useful facts and statistics on the current refugee crisis in Europe. If you want to know how many migrants there are, where they originate, and where they are landing, the CFR has all the data. Its editorial opinions, however, are a different issue.

There is much more, here: Europe Defends Itself