Trying to put the fire out with gasoline.

 EU response to migrant influx is “insane” says UKIP leader.

The Turks cannot be trusted to honour any bargain. Especially a bargain that’s not made from a position of strength. Since Turks are part of the Mohammedan invasion of Europe, the last thing our untrustworthy ‘leaders’ should do is open the floodgates for Turks. But now its done. And anyhow,  who knows a Turk from another Muselman? via @MailOnline

EU deal risks new wave of migrants, says Farage  
UKIP leader Nigel Farage warned that the UK is facing another wave of mass migration, after Brussels bureaucrats opened the gates of Europe to Turkey’s 75million citizens. (Daily Mail)
Does Europe Need a Union for the Mediterranean?

If you like the European Union, just wait till you see the Mediterranean Union!

In his latest essay, Fjordman pulls the lid off “EuroMed” and takes a look at his continent’s Eurabian future.

by Fjordman (via Gates of Vienna)

Gisèle Littman was born to a Jewish family in Cairo, Egypt, in 1933. She has for years written under the pen name Bat Ye’or (“daughter of the Nile”). In several books she has explained the culture and mentality of dhimmis, non-Muslims submissive to Islamic rule. Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis from 2005 is perhaps her most controversial work.[1] While it has been dismissed as a “conspiracy theory” by hostile mass media, Bat Ye’or herself never claimed to invent the term Eurabia. This was the name of a French journal in the 1970s.[2]

The names and agreements referred to in her book are real. I have checked some of them personally. The only possible criticism that one might raised against Bat Ye’or is to say that she might have misinterpreted these agreements. They exist.

She describes the way in which Europe is gradually being transformed into a civilization of dhimmitude, an appendix to the Middle East that is subservient to Islamic demands. This process began in the 1970s with pressure from Palestinian terrorism and the blackmail of Arabs from Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) during the 1973 oil embargo. Certain European countries, particularly France, wanted to create a Euro-Arab bloc in an attempt to make up for declining international influence. The Euro-Arab Dialogue was born. In exchange for opening markets for European products in the Middle East, efforts were made to spread the Arabic language and culture in Europe and present a positive picture of Arab-Islamic civilization. This further included a positive attitude towards Muslim immigration to Europe, and supporting the Palestinians against Israel. The Euro-Arab cooperation has expanded to include mass media, academia, cultural centers, school textbooks, youth associations, tourism and interfaith dialogue. These developments have been supported by Western European leaders, whether through stupidity or otherwise.

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