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Gimmegrant invasion of Europe
#16
Do you guys remember the terrorist attack in France? Not the Bataclan, the one at "Le petit Cambodge"?
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Well, I used to work there part-time when I was starting my first business. I was lucky enough to quit about 6 months before the attack.
This restaurant was a bubbling little breath of fresh air full of hard-working and nice people. We used to go for beers after our shift at "Le carillon"
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They shot the teenage girl (sweetest kid I ever met) of the owner that was helping out at the restaurant this evening.
She got shot in the leg, and can barely walk now...
She is traumatised by the fact a stranger died by shielding her from the bullets.
Most of the staff of Le carillon I knew died that night.
The next day I didn't know what happened yet and decided to go to my favourite coffee place.
It was closed and there were flowers on the ground, two of the waitress I was friendly with died at the Bataclan concert the night before. 

This was my first taste of the red pill

This is when I realised the traitorous nature of the Muslims in my country and of the people that want to bring more in.

Look at this screenshot of Hollande's condoleances statement I took after the Nice attack:
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The names posting smiley faces say it all.
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#17
So is it realistic French politics will change and be much tougher on immigrants, does it change already? It seems the majority is not angry enough yet, afraid to be called "racist/extremist". I wouldn't wait, or you may find that the Islam party gets 20% in elections...
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#18
99percentile, your post saddened me. 

I think the solution is to go out and vote and convince those around you to vote for the right candidate. During the 2016 presidential election here in the USA I found that although it was very difficult to talk someone out of voting for a candidate he made his mind up on, it was much easier to convince undecided voters to vote for your candidate. I tried to talk to those undecided voters before someone else did!
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#19
99, your post saddens and angers me in equal measure.  What these low IQ vermin don't understand is we have them all in one place, surrounded by an angry populace.

I do not think voting will do any good.  It will be war.  And white people are much better at killing people than shitskins.
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#21
(11-21-2019, 01:58 PM)SteveJabba Wrote: And white people are much better at killing people than shitskins.


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(11-21-2019, 03:33 PM)SteveJabba Wrote:



It's also a little known fact that if the Zulu's would have kept their eyes closed. They'd have won.
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#22
https://www.henrikkleven.com/uploads/3/7...ct2019.pdf

What a groundbreaking study! Gimmegrants go after money! Whou would have thought? These days you gotta do a detailed study to explain what every normal person knows, but most "experts" disagree with...
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#23
(11-29-2019, 06:51 PM)Andrew Wrote: https://www.henrikkleven.com/uploads/3/7...ct2019.pdf

What a groundbreaking study! Gimmegrants go after money! Whou would have thought? These days you gotta do a detailed study to explain what every normal person knows, but most "experts" disagree with...

Those are likely the same "experts" who say that islam is the religion of peace even though the koran says to make war with infidels.
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#24
Well, the ultimate goal is peace and obedience to religious authority - when 100% of Earth and Space inhabitants are converted. Big Grin
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#25
(11-30-2019, 08:50 AM)Andrew Wrote: Well, the ultimate goal is peace and obedience to religious authority - when 100% of Earth and Space inhabitants are converted. Big Grin

Haha, yup, that's when islam achieves "peace"!

I wanted to give a shoutout to 
Lukasz, the Polish chef who fended off the muslim terrorist in London. [1] Lukasz attacked the muslim terrorist with a fish tusk and likely saved many lives. He is a hero, unlike the politicians and their voters who stupidly allow the muslims into the West in the first place.

1.  https://www.foxnews.com/world/london-bri...-tusk-chef


I should also add that Polish immigrants to the U.S. are generally well liked. I had a Polish friend who spoke English with a Polish accent and people would ask where he's from. After he said he was from Poland folks here would get excited and wanted to hear more about Poland. The Poles and other Eastern Europeans who come to the U.S. are examples of immigrants who work, follow laws, and make the U.S. stronger and don't impose stupid ideas on others, don't blast loud calls to prayer on everyone, and don't commit terrorism.

The muslim terrorist is an example of immigration done wrong. The Poles in the U.S. are an example of immigration done right.
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#26
(11-21-2019, 03:33 PM)99percentile Wrote: Do you guys remember the terrorist attack in France? Not the Bataclan, the one at "Le petit Cambodge"?


Well, I used to work there part-time when I was starting my first business. I was lucky enough to quit about 6 months before the attack.
This restaurant was a bubbling little breath of fresh air full of hard-working and nice people. We used to go for beers after our shift at "Le carillon"


They shot the teenage girl (sweetest kid I ever met) of the owner that was helping out at the restaurant this evening.
She got shot in the leg, and can barely walk now...
She is traumatised by the fact a stranger died by shielding her from the bullets.
Most of the staff of Le carillon I knew died that night.
The next day I didn't know what happened yet and decided to go to my favourite coffee place.
It was closed and there were flowers on the ground, two of the waitress I was friendly with died at the Bataclan concert the night before. 

This was my first taste of the red pill

This is when I realised the traitorous nature of the Muslims in my country and of the people that want to bring more in.









Like I posted in another thread here the year 2015 really was one of the most bitterly red pilled years ever and I am sure I am not alone in thinking that.



Although there had been other atrocities that year such as Charlie Hebdo and the Sousse Beach massacre, the events of 13th November 2015 were the final straw for me. I will never forget the gruesome sight of the unedited photo of innocent dead bodies on the Bataclan floor covered in blood. Nor will I forget the unapologetic reaction of Steve Jabba either and how much I 100% concurred. This was when I realised there is a them vs us paradigm. With the mass Gimmegrant invasion of three months previous and how I then recalled all those goody-goody people in Deutschland who were all "Ja, look at us, ve are Germany und ve are so vonderful. Oh look how kind und compassionate ve are velcoming ze rapefugees with teddybears und Haribo. Shame on you England und all you other countries zat are doing nothing. Deutschland ist ze saviour of Europa oh ich liebe Mutti Merkel! We are Deutschland und wir sind so wilkommenskultur!", that I couldn't hold back any more.



I had my suspicions when the news came in the summer about hoards of cockroaches walking through the Balkans and wondered how oh how is anyone able to accommodate them but when at the start of September Deutschland and all those arrogant goody-goody Deutschlanders at Munich station were greeting these migrants with the sort of hero's welcome you would only expect for soldiers and military personnel, I just could not believe the insanity. It was like oh ja Germany says we should all accept more of these untermenschen. WTF! Then after what happened in Paris was when I really genuinely started to question whether the world as we know it would ever return to normal. Free to just go about your day without fear or worry of something so evil occurring again. At the same time, irrational as this may have been of me, no country had pissed me off more than Germany. The pious arrogance and know-it-all acting like they are the moral guardians of Europa that had rubbed off into its general population north, south, east and west had made me hate a particular country like never before. To the point where I wanted to boycott anything German. So no more Aldi or Lidl but unfortunately driving a VW was difficult for me. At the time I showed me car no love at all and did often kick it to take out any anger on it. Sad  And to make matters even more complicated, I was to visit Deutschland specifically Stuttgart a few week later into December and having already booked and paid for everything I had to go ahead and couldn't retract. Inevitably it was not a pleasant week, least not when - you guessed it - some more turd world vermin were on the train journey between Brussels and Koeln. Or the sight of a designated Arabic language bus in Heidelberg to and from a former US military base now used to house them lot, I am not joking!



In addition to this meltdown I recalled the one and only time I was ever white-knighted in a daygame approach in London on Regent Street a couple of years previous by someone who I am absolutely sure was German judging by his accent. Like he and the rest of his cuckolded country is telling us all to take in more gimmegrants of the sort who genuinely harass and disrespect women but tried to interrupt a regular person just trying to be friendly to two nice girls. The absolute "chutzpah", I suppose is the most adequate word (yes a Yiddish word I know but I can't think of a more appropriate description!)



Now, I have not been to Germany or Scandinavia since apart from a brief stop in Stuttgart earlier this year. Are things as bad or worse? I saw a few gimmegrant looking types in Innsbruck, Austria but nowhere near as many as in Stuttgart or Deutschland. With signs of the Euro nationalist parties on the rise, is there evidence of a tide turning?
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#27
It's too bad that some such as Angela Merkel are blinded by political correctness to the criminal and terrorist dangers posed by these muslims. It's one thing to experience the fallout of your own stupid decisions, but quite another for those who disagreed with Angela Merkel and also have to experience the fallout of taking in all of the muslims through no fault of their ownI feel bad for those Germans.
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#28
(12-23-2019, 07:42 PM)Lufiend Wrote: It's too bad that some such as Angela Merkel are blinded by political correctness to the criminal and terrorist dangers posed by these muslims. It's one thing to experience the fallout of your own stupid decisions, but quite another for those who disagreed with Angela Merkel and also have to experience the fallout of taking in all of the muslims through no fault of their ownI feel bad for those Germans.


Im not so sure that Mutti Merkel, Tony Blair, and that french biscuit who was raped by his teacher were 'blinded by political correctness'.
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#29
I’d really like to see a map of Europe and current opinions/actions of parties in power regarding immigrants. Sadly, Salvini was kind of toppled in Italy, but other places are turning towards harsher anti-illegal policies. For example Denmark went a long way in tightening the law and enforcing it, from what I can gather. Austria as well, and others. It would be good to know the public sentiments as well to see what the trend will be.
It is often the case that those leading parties like Swedish Democrats are ostracised, so they need to have enough percent that coalition without them is impossible.
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#30
(12-25-2019, 01:17 PM)Andrew Wrote: I’d really like to see a map of Europe and current opinions/actions of parties in power regarding immigrants. Sadly, Salvini was kind of toppled in Italy, but other places are turning towards harsher anti-illegal policies. For example Denmark went a long way in tightening the law and enforcing it, from what I can gather. Austria as well, and others. It would be good to know the public sentiments as well to see what the trend will be.
It is often the case that those leading parties like Swedish Democrats are ostracised, so they need to have enough percent that coalition without them is impossible.

Salvini's Lega party is still clearly in front in the polls in Italy and this other right-wing nationalist party (Brothers of Italy, with a milf of a leader in Giorgia Meloni) are climbing up too and the thought of them two in coalition government is not unrealistic. Just need an election sooner rather than later. There is a regional election in Emilia-Romagna in January (traditionally a very left voting area, as has been since 1945) and if Lega and the right-wing coalition come top that could be very groundbreaking. A similar shock occurred in Umbria two months ago, another one of the more traditionally left regions of Italy. So, if those regions go for Salvini or Meloni what of the rest of the country?

Even in Spain, the VOX party came third in a recent election having been nonexistent until a year ago. The so-called far right never had any place in even a regional government in Spain since the last days of Franco so that is quite a turn-up. From 0.2% in 2016 to around 15% now, imagine how much further they could go?

Austria's "far right" got toppled thanks to this nonsense sting with someone undercover so they look like they are out of action for a while now. Denmark's far right, unfortunately, got trounced in the last election after being part of the coalition that were very strict on migration. Shame.

Geert Wilders party in the Netherlands had a slump at the time of the Euro elections but appear to be recovering although no party in the NL has polled above 20% the last two years. The Flemish nationalists did really well in Belgium and in Flanders the two right-wing parties were top two! Unfortunately, the left was still big in Brussels and Wallonia and several months later they are still scrapping to form a government. And I fear they will succeed in keeping them out, and maybe bringing back that poofter Elio di Rupo. I think he was the first out-the-closet poof to be a world leader? He's certainy not the first as we all know Britannia had that mincing cocksucking poof (and globalism lover) Tony Bumboy of course.

Sweden Democrats leading all the polls in Sweden I see. Let's hope it lasts and is not a mere phase like circa the 2015 migrant invasion when they did have a spike in the polls only to slip.
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