Saturday, January 02, 2010

Europe's Looming Demise

One from the indefatigable Pamela Geller, sent in by Lime.

Changes on the Continent cloud our future

"The Europe as you know it from visiting, from your parents or friends is on the verge of collapsing," Geert Wilders said in a speech in the United States last year.

The leader of the Netherlands' populist Party for Freedom added: "We are now witnessing profound changes that will forever alter Europe's destiny and might send the Continent in what Ronald Reagan called 'a thousand years of darkness.' " And not just Europe, but America as well.

Been to Europe lately? Thought it was bad? You ain't seen nothing yet. The passage of the Lisbon Treaty, hailed by President Obama, nailed the coffin shut on national sovereignty in Europe. The people of Europe fought it, but were overwhelmed by their political elites and the lack of American leadership in this age of our rather Marxist, collectivist U.S. president.

Come Jan. 1, 2010, a disastrous and suicidal pact called the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (Europe/Mediterranean) goes into effect with little fanfare or examination. It boggles the mind that such a consequential and seismic cultural shift could be mandated and put into play without so much as a murmur from the mainstream media.

Why should Americans care about this? Americans have to care because this global gobbledygook is coming to our shores, thanks to our globalist president.

The European human rights group called Stop the Islamization of Europe (SIOE) has been working tirelessly to expose the mass Muslim immigration plan of the Euro-Med Partnership.

Read the rest at the Washington Times.

9 Opinion(s):

Exzanian said...

If GW Bush had not been such a lousy leader, Americans would not have been forced to vote for Obama...The shit is now spreading, and apart from a few mavericks like Wilders, our fate appears to be sealed.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, these situations are difficult to resolve short of violence. Witness the partition of India and Pakistan. Even if the BNP and UKIP make significant gains, there will be a way found to to negate and ignore the democratic will of the British people; the EEC is obviously a method that is being set up to circumvent the wishes of national electorates. That is why it is so dangerous, not to say immoral. Sadly, I see a grim future in Europe, and, unless the US intervenes, a long hard fight.


Dachshund said...

I think it's more a case of if the Republicans had a better choice of candidates than John McCain and Sarah Palin, Obama wouldn't have got in. It beggars belief why there was such an absence of quality candidates during the last US election.

Islandshark said...

What's wrong with Sarah Palin? McCain was a very poor choice, but Palin had accomplished more than Obongo, Biden and communist Pelosi put together.

Please tell me you aren't one of the Tina Fey propaganda suckers...

Google John Ziegler and "media malpractice" - the leftist liberal scum won a demonising exercise against Palin.

Anonymous said...

I very much admire Palin as a person of character, and she is has tremendous potential as a leader of the Republican Party, moral beacon and vote-getter.

But the truth is, she was not experienced enough to be a heartbeat away from the Presidency, especially given the age of McCain. That having been said, I would categorically have preferred her to Obama.

Romney and Huckabee, or a Giuliani/Huckabee ticket would have won.

Here's the real point: the world, especially the USA, today faces some of the most intractable problems and difficult decisions to ever confront it: Iran; the economy, especially the Debt, but also Free Trade and the future of capitalism; Afghanistan; Pakistan; mass immigration; the pending loss of Europe; the rise of China; the cryptic world government movement; the climate fraud; etc. We desperately need strong but above all intelligent leadership from the USA.

Few on the Right or Left will admit to liking Nixon, but frankly he was smart, very experienced and frightened the hell out of bad people. He could tack left or right opportunistically and knew what he was doing and why. Most of the big, strategic decisions he made have been shown to have been justified.

We need someone with very serious intellect; and this will become evident very soon, if it is not evident already. Obama is not it, and nor is Biden.


Viking said...

I agree with Anon., much as I admire Sarah Palin she wasn't established enough to lead the nation (not that Obama was).
Texas governor Rick Perry would be ideal, as the USA needs a proper small-government Republican to undo the mess that Obama is creating. Palin is also such. There are some very good people waiting in the wings.

Anonymous said...

Obama is a puppet. The real pres is Ayers. The Very Rev. Wright fills in every now and again.


Anonymous said...

When I saw Palin for the first time I thought, "God, I will bone her."

She is a VILF (Vice president I would like to F***). Pity she did not make it. Probably, because all the democrat LWB's were jealous of her and voted for Obama. The candidate they would most like to F***.

Anonymous said...

I am a Christian from an Islamic country which has just recently burned 3 churches.

Yes, I am from Malaysia.

I can tell you a lot of horrible stories of how we non-Muslims are being treated, but I think the reality still speaks much louder.

In Malaysia, as in many other Islamic countries, Muslims burn down Christian churches.

That's Islam.

Whether you like it or not, that's Islam.