Sep 19 2011
The Berlin election results are in. Even though Turks are taking over the city, turning schools and underground stations into combat zones, and prompting the German police to threaten to start a protest movement of their own, the Counterjihad parties got nowhere.
Islam vs Europe Pro Deutschland got 1.3% and Die Freiheit (affiliated with Geert Wilders) got 1%. This means they won’t have any representatives as they didn’t pass the 5% barrier. Even an ethnic Turkish party (BIG), set up by the ruling AKP party in Turkey, got 0.7%, almost as much as the Counterjihad parties. The NPD, a sort of BNP equivalent, got 2.2%. The ridiculous Pirate Party, however, which campaigns for free internet downloads or something, got 9%, and will have 15 deputies. It’s a sign of serious moral debasement when people will vote for such frivolous causes while their city is being eaten alive by Mohammedans.
The only halfway-serious party in the Berlin parliament will be the mainstream centre-right CDU with 39 seats. The SPD (Labour party equivalent) will have 47 seats, the Greens 29, the Left (rebadged communists) 19 and the Pirates 15!
Normally, as we contemplate the European genocide, we like to think of it as something inflicted on the people by the elite. But results like this really make you wonder. Have Europeans simply opted for extinction?
And it gets worse: The Green Party wants Germany to take in 220,000 MORE African Muslim freeloaders.
Islam vs Europe “The current situation of the transit refugees from Somalia, Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia who are now stranded in Libya is already giving rise to special concern”, the petitioners complain. Germany should therefore obligate itself to permanently accept a specific number of refugees and distribute them across the country.
“The decision to accept refugees must be independent of existing knowledge of languages, state of health, professional abilities or political orientations, (the more illiterate, the more uncivilized, the better) ” the text goes on. There should be consultation “with local authorities in advance to clarify how many people, some of whom have had traumatising experiences, can be accommodated away from the centre and given appropriate medical and social care”.
Germany must facilitate “social inclusion” for the refugees as soon as possible. “This includes a settlement permit or residence permit with unrestricted access to the labour market and a full claim to integration and social services as structural preconditions.”
To fight against prejudices in “the receiving society”, measures should be taken to create “a welcoming climate”. The barriers to integration are: “Discrimination and a rejecting attitude towards foreigners in the receiving society, lack of understanding for the special situation of refugees, restricted access to rights and resources.”
“Costs for reception, care and integration are repaid in the form of taxes, social contributions, know-how, etc. as with other advances…” gush the authors.