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Germany is exploiting refugee suffering to recruit slaves via mass immigration - Marine Le Pen

See also: Engineered Refugee Crisis to Justify "Safe Havens" in Syria (7/9/15) by Tony Cartalucci | Land Destroyer and other articles listed below.

The article below is formed from the start of Germany is 'exploiting' refugee suffering to recruit 'slaves' via mass immigration - Marine Le Pen (7/9/15) | RT. The remainder of the original article consists of stories about appeals by European pro-refugee-rights to let in untold numbers of refugees. 1 

As Germany welcomes thousands of refugees, with industries seeking ways to integrate newcomers into country's workforce, Berlin's move to temporarily bypass EU-wide regulations has met strong criticism from France's Marine Le Pen who accused Germany of recruiting "slaves."

The German drive to open its doors to refugees, as well as debated plans to resettle asylum seekers across the EU has been met with strong criticism from a number of politicians, including the leader of right-wing French party National Front, Marine Le Pen who accused Germany of imposing its immigration policy on the EU.

"Germany probably thinks its population is moribund, and it is probably seeking to lower wages and continue to recruit slaves through mass immigration," Marine Le Pen said in Marseille, refusing to admit that pure benevolence was Germany's only motive. 2 

Le Pen criticised European politicians for "exploiting the suffering of these poor people who cross the Mediterranean Sea."

"They are exploiting the death of the unfortunate in these trips organized by mafia, they show pictures, they exhibit the death of a child without any dignity just to blame the European consciences and make them accept the current situation," the National Front leader said.

Following days of chaos and uncertainty, thousands of refugees – mostly Syrians – were bused from Hungary to Austria, and then brought by train to Germany, after the countries agreed on allowing migrants access, bypassing the Dublin Regulation.

READ MORE: Thousands of refugees reach Germany after Hungary and Austria surrender to exodus

By Sunday night almost 11,000 migrants arrived in Germany, authorities in Munich said. Germany in August registered more than 100,000 asylum seekers with some 800,000 refugees overall expected to come to Germany in total this year – four times the level of last year.


1. ↑  I have yet to see one of these pro-refugee-rights activists speak up against the West's attempt at regime-change in Syria, as Marine Le Pen has. This proxy war, overtly supported, since March 2011, by France, the United Kingdom, Turkey, the United States, Israel and the dictatorships of Saudi Arabia and Qatar has, so far, cost the lives of over 220,000 Syrians and is the principle driver of the refugee crisis. See YouTube Video of 3/1/13, Marine Le Pen and Alexander Lukashenko on Syrian Crisis, Marine Le Pen France's new Joan of Arc for Russians (22/3/12) | Live Leak, Le Pen says French government hiding true number of jihadists (20/11/14) | rfi English, Europe's Migrant Crisis Caused by West's Destabilization of Syria – Le Pen (29/8/15) | Sputnik News.

2. ↑  How the RT author can know that Marine Le Pen is wrong about the motives of Angela Merkel and the German corporate interests she represents, is not explained in this artcle.

See also: Marine Le Pen: migrants flee from death, brought by French (4/9/15) |, Stephen Harper Promotes War in Syria as a "Solution to the Refugee Crisis": Canadian Government Is to Blame for the Death of Aylan Kudri (6/9/15) | Global Research, Enhanced US-NATO Military Action in Syria is Contemplated as a "Solution to the Refugee Crisis" (5/9/15) | Global Research, The Guardian: "bomb Assad and save the refugees" (4/9/15) | OffGuardian, Germany is 'exploiting' refugee suffering to recruit 'slaves' via mass immigration - Marine Le Pen (7/9/15) | RT, Europe has to deal with refugee disaster caused by US - Nicolas Maduro to RT (7/9/15) | RT, US to blame for Europe's refugee crisis: Venezuela president (/9/15) | PressTV

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My second thought (the first being of the sadness of the situation), when I saw the pictures of the drowned boy and heard of the "world wide" reaction to it, was this was deliberate and blatant, and DISGUSTING manipulation of the people, to make them more eager to accept the states population policies.

There are many children who die as a result of war, violence and dispossession, but why this one in particular? He was going to Greece, and the message is, let them all in. If he drowned going to Saudi Arabia, it wouldn't be news, because Saudi Arabia is not populated by the right people.

Le Pen is right, and brave to call it out. And to make the situation more interesting, those who are talking about helping the refugees are acting with the very same racist assumptions they accuse Le Pen of having.

Why this boy? Why demands of Europe and not Asia? Why no calls for China, which has entire cities empty to help? Why do people assume they can only really be helped by going to Europe, Australia, UK, Canada? There are obvious answers to this, and I think some of it has to do with grievances people have about their own state, than a desire to help.

The Australian media reaction to the situation in Europe is predictably shallow. In a fact-free article published by Fairfax a week ago, freelance journalist Gwynne Dyer devotes half a page to excoriating European nations who fail to live up to his liberal expectations in 'Europe's Refugee Crisis: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'

Dyer's article categorises the response to the situation based on a simplistic formula. Those who take more refugees; good. Those who take less than they should (according to Dyer); bad. Those who resist in any way; ugly.

Dyer characterises the worst offenders, Eastern European nations, as being understandably - but inexcusably - reticent about taking migrants because of their Commie past. This attitude reflects a predictable view that Soviet communism retarded the development of an 'advanced' liberal attitude in the nations it dominated. It also clearly demonstrates an assumption that opposition to liberal norms is inherently wrong and bad. No need to worry your heads about any details or analysis, kids, this sort of behaviour is just UGLY. The media says so.

The 'quiet, dignified Swedes' earn a gold star for their willingness to take big numbers, as does Lebanon who has already provided shelter for many.

At no point does the article consider any nation's cultural or environmental capacity to admit/settle refugees. There is - of course - no discussion at all about why Asian, African, or South American nations cannot assist with giving temporary asylum to the unfortunate people driven from their homes by war. No consideration of the economic situations of Eastern European countries as opposed to - say - Saudi Arabia or the UAE. No discussion about the possibility of North African nations (that are culturally closer to Syria than Europe) taking larger numbers. No, the fact that refugees are attracted to Europe and other Western nations means that - almost 80 years after Rudyard Kipling's death and 70 years after the foundation of the UN - refugee resettlement is still largely a white mans burden, according to journo's like Dyer.

In the hard copy version of the Canberra Times, this waste of column space ironically appeared alongside a considered and factual piece on the Chinese Free Trade Agreement.

The lack of any real analysis on matters deemed by the media to fall within the liberal consensus should be cause for concern for any thinking Australian.

This is what is behind the migration push and the wars. The power elites want continuous population growth and disorganisation. We can see that the Vatican, which is only a huge bank, is in there amongst these despicable and arrogant people who consider that they are human and the rest of us are not.

"EU should ‘undermine national homogeneity’ says UN migration chief"

"Peter Sutherland is a former Attorney General of Ireland, a non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International, and a former chairman of oil giant BP. He has also attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group. Pope Francis has appointed Sutherland as an adviser to the Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See, which manages the Vatican’s investment and property portfolios, and he is on the advisory board of Opus Dei’s flagship graduate business school.

The EU should “do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states, the UN’s special representative for migration has said.

Peter Sutherland told peers the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.

He also suggested the UK government’s immigration policy had no basis in international law.

He was being quizzed by the Lords EU home affairs sub-committee which is investigating global migration.

Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development, which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas.

He told the House of Lords committee migration was a “crucial dynamic for economic growth” in some EU nations “however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states”.

‘More open’

An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the “key argument and, I hesitate to the use word because people have attacked it, for the development of multicultural states”, he added.

“It’s impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated.”

The UN special representative on migration was also quizzed about what the EU should do about evidence from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that employment rates among migrants were higher in the US and Australia than EU countries.

[...] Read more: EU should ‘undermine national homogeneity’ says UN migration chief

Why is it that when it comes to taking in the rest of the world, that the demand is always aimed at European countries and the Anglosphere?

Note that they are calling for Eastern Europe to 'share the burden' and not China, which has empty cities? Note when Communism fell in the East people started asking whether Eastern Europe would soon be ready for immigration, is if it were a mandatory step? Why doesn't this also apply to Asia, or Africa?

Why is it that we get upset when Hungary decides not to take refugees, but are silent when rich gulf states like Saudi Arabia or Qatar take NONE?

I think this belies a racism far worse than the "racist far right". It reveals a racism which far surpasses that of the Front National or UKIP, or even the BNP. Not even the BNP, hell, not even Golden Dawn have proposed demographic displacement and engineering as a "solution" to a population problem. They may demand repatriation, but that is nothing compared to what people are proposing today, which is wholesame demographic transformation, with no European nation left alone. Not a single one.

They will blame the far right for tensions, but I think the truth is even scarier than them gaining popularity. The real disturbing thing is that when it comes to protecting the rights of workers and the society, they have the best rhetoric, and they may, after all, be vindicated in their concerns about Europe's demographic changes and the forces pushing for it.