Thursday, April 21, 2016

What the Arrest of the Freital Group Tells Us

Burnt out 'refugee' center in Bautzen, Saxony, Germany

Last night German prosecutors arrested five people suspected of committing arson on empty to-be 'refugee' shelters. These poor kids were charged with "right wing terrorism" and the 'German' 'Government' no doubt plans to throw the book at them. 

The five "terrorists" are believed to be founders of and members of the 'Freital Group,' a "terror" group that has been attacking empty "refugee" camps with explosive devices and setting them on fire. 

The first question I have is, why on earth have these people even formed a group? When you're doing covert warfare against the government (or, in this case, invaders protected by the government), rule one is to NEVER form groups. Doing so goes right into the 60-year old playbook of European intelligence agencies. 

Time and time again, whether its with 'stay home armies' uncovered in "Operation Gladio" in Europe or later with "White Supremacist" groups in the US, intelligence agencies in the West have had a penchant for the old adage: "Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer." 

Without getting into things like Operation Gladio, Elohim City or the various other events, governments in the West absolutely love infiltrating or even forming radical groups. They do so not only to keep an eye on these people, but also to take over these groups with plants so the groups themselves can be co-opted and the energy and work of its members misdirected. Some even say governments infiltrate and form these groups to facilitate terror attacks which help "manage" public opinion, take away inconvenient rights to privacy and start convenient wars when need be. 

Those are all interesting stories, but I won't get into them, because that's not what this entry is about. But I will say this: The occurrence of these things all points to one recommended course of action for those operating underground: Do NOT join underground action groups unless you know everyone in that group. The rule of thumb is, the larger the group, the more likely you will be compromised. 

There's an old saying from the 90's militia groups in the US: When three people get together to conspire against the government, two of them are undercover.

The Freital boys would have been smart to heed that advice. 

Monday, April 11, 2016

Update: Violence all over Greece

Over the last few days violence has broken out on Chios island and in Eidomeni, the border village between Greece and Macedonia. A few days ago this blog talked about 'protests' and violence breaking out between Afghan and Syrian 'migrant's on Chios island. That has since spilled over into the general city, as 'migrant's broke out of their overcrowded camp and laid siege to the port. Within a day locals became fed up and began attacking the 'migrants' and their NGO Euro-volunteer enablers. 

Above is a typically biased report from one of the 'open borders' whiners. Note that the 'port occupation got evacuated' because the 'refugees' blocked it in the first place. It's rumored that Golden Dawn was involved in beating up "solidarity people" and Muslim 'refugees.' 

Just yesterday the siege on the port was lifted by police and the 'migrants' were thrown into a makeshift camp. Situation there is not good.

Golden Dawn and angry locals surrounded the Muslim 'refugees' and harassed them last night. Have a look at this video

In Eidomeni, "hundreds" of 'refugees' tried to tear down a fence between Greece and Macedonia. Macedonian police responded by exploding tear gas and shooting rubber bullets at the violent illegals, eventually pushing them back. From the videos I've seen, the Muslims put their children on the front fence. Some of the tear gas spread into the camp, hitting women and children. Oops. 

Many of the illegals were heard chanting "Allahu Akbar." Ultimately, none of the illegals succeeded. 

Friday, April 8, 2016

UPDATE: More riots, Greece could get STUCK with the migrants

The 'managers' of Europe's borders are a bunch of childless cat-lady Gutenmenschen.

With the first cargo of illegals being sent back to Turkey from Greece, many of the 50,000 Muslim Migrants stuck in Greece are now applying for asylum in that country. According to one report, the country's national asylum service is now 'overwhelmed.' There is currently a backlog of some 4,000 claims, with a potential for another 45,000 or so over the next couple weeks! 

Reports on the ground are that 'most' of the smugglers have left the Turkish coast, and arrivals are down to 'fewer than 100 per day.' Predictably, so-called 'human rights' groups are fighting the returns. 

It's unknown whether the tactic of applying for asylum will work. My guess is that most of the people applying for asylum are not Syrians (as Syrians are thus far protected from returns and are favored in 'resettlement.'). Therefore, a lot of the people applying for asylum will likely be rejected. However, it will bide these people a lot more time, perhaps years, while their claims are processed.

Netherlands says "Hell No." 

The Dutch come through again. A few weeks ago the Dutch public demanded a referendum on a political and trade agreement with Ukraine. The "no" camp won with over 60% of the vote. The referendum was "advisory" in nature, as this is a multinational deal, but even the Socialist PM Mark Rutte had to admit defeat.

"It is clear the ratification cannot just proceed as if nothing has happened," Rutte whined.

This deal will help to block the EU's expansion. It's also a victory for Russia and a good indicator of what is going to come in the UK vote on June 23rd. Will continue to update.

Afghans rioting in Greece

It's becoming increasingly clear to the 13,000 Afghans stuck in Greece that they aren't going to be considered refugees and they aren't going to be legally resettled in Europe. As you might guess, these gracious and rule-minded people are responding in a rather Afghan way. Fights between Afghans and Syrians are erupting all over the place.

At Piraeus just a few days ago, around 300 'young men' 'clashed' in a three-hour long brawl. Eight people were sent to the hospital.

In Vial, a camp on a hilltop opened by the government, the situation blew up last week. Rumors that non-Syrians would be deported led the Afghans to pick a fight with Syrians, men of both sides jumped in and a "wave of violence" engulfed the camp. Reportedly, men threw heavy stones at each other. Some of them ransacked a "Doctors of the World" medical clinic (lol).

Here's a video of these people 'protesting' their conditions just a week ago.

Monday, April 4, 2016

About 1,900 "Migrants" arriving in Italy per day

The 'Balkan Route' is pretty much over, thank god. Boats are now actually sending back migrants from Greece to Turkey. However, few have noticed that things are getting worse and worse in Italy. Through March 22, Italy has received 160,547 "migrants." That's approximately 1,900 per day. Those numbers are about 1/5th of the peak numbers we saw in the Balkans, but this is still very significant, and Italy will creak under these circumstances. 

To get an idea of what's going to happen, all last year Italy received only 150,000 people, and was able to deport only 15,000 of them. Of those 150,000 people, only 500 have been "resettled" by the EU 'qualified majority' agreement reached last September. The remainder of them are kept in close camps where they cannot leave.

"So how many tend of thousands of people can you keep, year after year? Without returns, either you organize real prisons, or (...) the system will collapse," said interior minister Angelino Alfano.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ted Cruz's Electability is Going Away

Over the last few weeks Ted Cruz's prospects in a general election have dropped substantially. Yesterday at a town hall discussion in Milwaukee, the favorite candidate of 'true blue' conservatives effectively said he would not support Donald Trump if Trump were the nominee. In doing so, Ted Cruz appears to be the next hope of the 'Never Trump' movement among movement Conservatives, and I believe he is now playing to their tune, and bringing the hardcore Conservatives into an alliance with the 'establishment' Neocon Republicans. 

For a man whose political career is all about calculations, Ted Cruz just made a grave error, even if his supporters don't immediately notice. Cruz started this election by playing nice with Donald Trump, and it appeared that an alliance between 'true Conservatives' and 'Trump populists' was at hand. Really, those two groups together make up about 80% of today's Republican electorate. However, earlier this year Cruz changed course, and he is now doing everything he can to sabotage Donald Trump, including delegate chicanery in states such as Louisiana. In doing so, Cruz has virtually forfeited any support from Trump voters in the general election, myself included. 

If Trump supporters do not come out to vote for Cruz in 2016, then Cruz risks being another Mitt Romney. This is a huge 'miscalculation' on Cruz's part, and it's not the first. In trying to brand Trump as "not a true Conservative," Cruz has also tacked way too far to the right in the last month, and it's already way too late to walk that back.

For example, in Utah Cruz followed around Mormon convert and popular conservative talkshow host Glenn Beck. Beck pleaded to Mormons to vote for Cruz in the Utah primary, stoking century-old sectarian discord  by saying that southern Evangelicals "haven't been listening to their god." Beck also said that Cruz was the fulfillment of the Mormon "White Horse Prophecy."

That may play out well in Utah, but it will not do so in a general election. Cruz also made appearances with pastor Kevin Swanson, aka the "Kill the Gays Preacher." Describing this in words won't do justice to the meeting. Just watch for yourself:

I get wanting to shore up the base, believe me. I don't have a problem with Republicans aligning with far-right forces, but the "Kill the Gays" preacher is way too far out and has no place in the party. The media is largely ignoring these things right now because it favors Cruz in a last-ditch effort to stop Trump, but on the off chance that Cruz actually gets the nomination, you can bet the media is going to be all over this, as well as Cruz's multiple affairs that he's been trying to cover up. 

Ted Cruz is a disaster, he has gravely miscalculated. Trump supporters are some of the most committed voters out there. By playing nice with Trump and not aligning with the 'establishment' Republicans, Cruz could have counted those Trump supporters in a general election even with the affairs coming to light. Instead, Cruz has hitched his wagon to the establishment and has tacked way too far to the right to be viable in a general election. The latest polling data shows that Cruz has gone from a slight lead over Hillary Clinton to now being well behind. Have a look.

The sharp drop in support over the last couple weeks says it all. Cruz has alienated independents and moderates with his far right religious kookery, and has made it clear in no uncertain terms that he does not want the Trump Populists' support. This is the result above, and I expect more of it.

If you like Ted Cruz, it had better be for a reason other than electability. 

Sunday, March 20, 2016

The EU's "Deal" with Turkey: All Talk, no Action

Eidomeni, Greece

The buzz about a deal between Turkey and the EU to "tackle the migrant crisis" is unwarranted. The EU and Turkey are apparently "close to reaching a deal," but when I look at the deal, I see a lot of similarities between that deal and the defunct EU 'resettlement plan' agreed to in September of 2015.

A little background on the latter: In September of last year the EU agreed to a 'migrant quota' whereby some 160,000 "migrants" trapped in Greece, Italy and Spain would be resettled to countries throughout the Eurozone. Thus far, not even 1,000 of those "migrants" have been settled because the countries which 'agreed' to the deal have dragged their feet on the matter.

Fast forward to now. The EU is planning on deporting an unspecified number of trapped and rejected asylum seekers back to Turkey. In exchange, Europe will resettle, within the EU, a number of asylum seekers camped in Turkey. It is assumed this will be a 1-for-1 deal, and I've heard it will involve around 70,000 people, all of whom would be rejected asylum seekers from EU countries. In addition, Turkey will get 'accelerated talks' for visa-free travel within the EU.

But here's the problem: How are the 'migrants' from Turkey going to be resettled? Which European countries are going to take them? Judging by the previous 'resettlement agreement,' it appears that NONE of them will want to take the migrants. For countries like France, Belgium, Finland, Poland, and the Czechs, who have taken relatively few 'migrants,' it's much easier to not take any of them. In effect, that's what those countries HAVE been doing thus far with the previous agreement. Is there any indication they will behave differently this time? I don't think so.

'Migrant' arrivals in Greece have dropped dramatically in March.

That leaves Germany, Austria and Sweden to directly take most of the 'resettled' migrants in exchange for their rejected ones. That may end up being what happens, but that isn't going to be a "European solution," but rather a 'solution' where the most idiotic liberal countries once again do all the heavy lifting.

Also, the 45,000 'migrants' trapped in Greece are 'expected' to be resettled in Greece, as per the September 2015 agreement.

As for Turkey joining the EU, Cyprus already vowed to veto any efforts. France has been the country traditionally blocking any movement on liberalization with Turkey, and I fully expect France to object to visa-free travel for Turkish citizens. That in and of itself could end this entire deal.

In summary, there's a very good chance the Turkey-EU deal does not even go through. If it does go through, there's an even greater chance that EU nations will drag their feet. If anything meaningful does come of this deal, it will almost certainly involve a swap of asylum seekers to and from Germany, Austria and Sweden only.

More important is the fate of the 40,000 or so 'migrants' stuck in Greece. They are NOT expected to be returned to Turkey. If these 'migrants' end up being resettled, then we should expect more of them to show up and expect the same thing, and this drop in 'migrant' arrivals will only be temporary.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

UPDATE: Car Bomb in Berlin from "Turkish Gangs." "Migrants" finally breach Macedonia border, get roughed up and sent back!

Top of the morning, Germany!

A car bomb exploded on Bismarckstrasse this morning in Berlin, giving Germans a pleasant wake-up call. Residents were told to close windows and stay indoors. A 43-year old man crawled out from the car and died on the pavement. The man was known to police for "drugs and violent offenses," according to BILD newspaper. 

The car was registered to a woman with a "Turkish-sounding" name. 

Police are saying this was not 'terrorism,' but is instead gang-related crime. 

Haven't these guys ever played Oregon Trail...?

About 1,500 "migrants" got frustrated with the Macedonian border situation and decided ford a nearby river. Where they got the equipment to do this is anyone's guess, although I suspect they got it from NGOs. 

So far, Macedonian police detained 700 of these illegal "migrants," and also detained 50 slimy journalists and 'volunteers' in a nice cold jail cell. Then fined and deported the lot of them. It's unknown where the other 800 are, although I suspect they will have even more difficulty trying to get into Serbia and Slovenia. It won't be any easier for them, and I doubt the local population will be in much of a mood to help these people. 

Meanwhile, the situation is deteriorating at Idomeni, where some 13,000 people are camped and waterlogged in torrential rain. Idomeni is now twice the size of "The Jungle" in Calais. More updates to come.