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I’m off for a couple of weeks

I wanted to blog about the inevitable consequences of the migrant swarm. But I didn’t want a visit from the Thought Police so funked it:

thought police

However, I do wonder if all those parading with “Migrants Welcome” signs and applauding the arriving migrants will be quite so cheerful when the bombings and beheadings start in Europe?

On the larger issue of our cultural suicide, there is an excellent article by Peter Hitchens in the Mail on Sunday about why we have no right to give away our country after so many hundreds of thousands died in WWI and WWII defending our freedom:

I’m away for the next couple of weeks. Back blogging on Friday 25 September.

In the meantime, if you can take stress, here’s the World Population Clock:

Probably more than 90% of babies being born are being born into poverty or abject poverty. I wonder how many will want to come to borderless Benefits Britain as “refugees”? Or should I ask, I wonder how many won’t eventually want to come to borderless Benefits Britain as “refugees?

refugees guide for last day blog


Or if you need to escape reality, here’s Locomotive Breath by Jethro Tull. Just a tiny example of what music was like before its Simon-Cowellisation:

16 comments to I’m off for a couple of weeks

  • david brown

    I enjoy Peter Hitchens blog and this one. In the case of Hitchens it has taken some time to confront what is in fact the greatest threat to the existence of England itself. Much of what we call the west from France to the US faces the same challenge. Set before them is life or death.Will they chose life for themselves and their descendants ?

  • martin peters

    The Real Refugee Crisis And How To Solve It.

    The Europeans share a good deal of blame as well. France and the UK were enthusiastic supporters of the attack on Libya and they were early backers of the “Assad must go” policy. Assad may not be a nice guy, but the forces that have been unleashed to overthrow him seem to be much worse and far more dangerous. No wonder people are so desperate to leave Syria.

    Most of us have seen the heartbreaking photo of the young Syrian boy lying drowned on a Turkish beach. While the interventionists are exploiting this tragedy to call for direct US attacks on the Syrian government, in fact the little boy was from a Kurdish family fleeing ISIS in Kobane. And as we know there was no ISIS in either Iraq or Syria before the 2003 US invasion of Iraq.

    As often happens when there is blowback from bad foreign policy, the same people who created the problem think they have a right to tell us how to fix it – while never admitting their fault in the first place.

    Thus we see the disgraced General David Petraeus in the news last week offering his solution to the problem in Syria: make an alliance with al-Qaeda against ISIS! Petraeus was head of the CIA when the US launched its covert regime-change policy in Syria, and he was in charge of the “surge” in Iraq that contributed to the creation of al-Qaeda and ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The idea that the US can salvage its disastrous Syria policy by making an alliance with al-Qaeda is horrific. Does anyone think the refugee problem in Syria will not be worse if either al-Qaeda or ISIS takes over the country?

    Here is the real solution to the refugee problem: stop meddling in the affairs of other countries. Embrace the prosperity that comes with a peaceful foreign policy, not the poverty that goes with running an empire. End the Empire!
    Dr. Ron Paul

    Ronald Ernest “Ron” Paul (born August 20, 1935) is an American physician, author, and politician, who is a former Republican congressman, two-time Republican presidential candidate, and the presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party in the 1988 U.S. presidential election.

  • martin peters

    Link for last comment by me from Doctor Ron Paul.

  • NoMore

    Lots of great writing about the invasion but largely in the comments or Breitbart or blogs such as this.

    Peter Hitchens is one of the few ones (ht also to Douglas Murray and Janet Daley) in the MSM however.

    The MSM whose “journalism” has been a disgrace lately. The list of fools and traitors is growing longer and longer.

    Have a great break and hope the collapse of Western civilisation hangs on for your return.

  • martin Peters.

    Former Fed chief Alan Greenspan told CNBC last week:

    Debt, deficits and entitlement programs are all coming to a head in a few months, all over the world.

  • martin Peters.

    Former Fed chief Alan Greenspan told CNBC last week:

    Debt, deficits and entitlement programs are all coming to a head in a few months, all over the world.

  • martin Peters.

    Don’t think your paper or Online Gold will save you in a crisis, only the Gold you hold in your hand is real, the rest is just that PAPER or Online worthless digits.

    Comex gold “coverage” ratio, or the amount of paper claims for every ounce of physical. As of Friday this number was literally off the chart (it would not have fit on the previous chart shown up top), soaring to a mindblowing 207 ounces of paper gold claims for every ounce of deliverable gold. This also means that the dilution ratio between physical gold and paper gold has hit a new all-time low of just 0.48%!

  • martin Peters

    Behind The Media Propaganda: Father Of “Drowned Syrian Boy” Was People Smuggler.

    The father of drowned Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi was working with smugglers and driving the flimsy boat that capsized trying to reach Greece, other passengers on board said, in an account that disputes the version he gave last week.

    Ahmed Hadi Jawwad and his wife, Iraqis who lost their 11-year-old daughter and 9-year-old son in the crossing, told Reuters that Abdullah Kurdi panicked and accelerated when a wave hit the boat, raising questions about his claim that somebody else was driving the boat.

    A third passenger confirmed their version of events, which Reuters could not independently verify.

    “The story that (Aylan’s father) told is untrue. I don’t know what made him lie, maybe fear,” Jawwad said in Baghdad at his in-laws’ house on Friday. “He was the driver from the very beginning until the boat sank.”

  • Martin Peters

    Al Qaeda chief urges lone wolf attacks, militant unity.

    Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri called on young Muslim men in the United States and other Western countries to carry out attacks inside there and urged greater unity between militants.

    “I call on all Muslims who can harm the countries of the crusader coalition not to hesitate. We must now focus on moving the war to the heart of the homes and cities of the crusader West and specifically America,” he said in an audio recording posted online on Sunday, referring to nations making up the Western-led coalition in Iraq and Syria.

    He suggested Muslim youth in the West take the Tsarnaev and Kouachi brothers, who carried out the Boston marathon bombings and Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris respectively, and others as examples to follow.


    Petraeus: Use Al Qaeda Fighters to Beat ISIS
    To take down the so-called Islamic State in Syria, the influential former head of the CIA wants to co-opt jihadists from America’s arch foe.
    Members of al Qaeda’s branch in Syria have a surprising advocate in the corridors of American power: retired Army general and former CIA Director David Petraeus.

    The former commander of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan has been quietly urging U.S. officials to consider using so-called moderate members of al Qaeda’s Nusra Front to fight ISIS in Syria, four sources familiar with the conversations, including one person who spoke to Petraeus directly, told The Daily Beast.

  • Brillo

    Hope you have good break David. I’ve just been on a cruise around the Med, visited ports in Spain, Italy and France. Apart from Marseille I didn’t see a M*sey. Landed at Heathrow T5 yesterday and you would have thought you were in Africa. Trust me the UK is a dumping ground for you know who and the Germans will return to type in a very short time kicking the 800,000 a year or so they are reported to be accepting into our not so green and pleasant land. I’m an atheist but I think it’s time I started praying because dopey Dave and the rest of the political classes couldn’t give a f**k.

  • Martin Peters

    Cameron Visits Syrian Refugees in Lebanon Amid Migrant Crisis.

    Lets hope he stays there.

  • david brown

    brillo its reported that Germany is planing on using QMV
    The new Qualified Majority Vote which we can not veto. To compel all EU Member states to take an allocated share of the votes.
    Cameron will do nothing to defend our country. He helped instigate this by assisting in rendering Libya into a continuing state of chaos. So African migrants where able to travel through it to each Italy. It was seen on social media around the world they they where allowed to remain in the EU. This inspired more migrants to travel by boats to Greek Islands. How many more will come in 2016.

  • John Alexander

    There’s a great piece arguing that we shouldn’t take a single “refugee” from Syria. Worth a look at:

  • Martin Peters

    The Fall In The German Population Can No Longer Be Stopped.
    Its downward spiral is no longer reversible.

    Statement by the German Federal Statistics Office.

  • Alan Jameson

    I am sure Sharia Law will have a fitting punishment for Call Me Dave.

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