Friday, December 12, 2014

Angela Finds Her Inner Fascist

As is so common in Europe, the Nanny State has so tried the patience of voters that they now seek refuge in extremism.

Also, as is so common in Europe, the Nanny State responds by painting any and all thought that threatens to topple the status quo as "hate speech"; and will attempt to use that as ground to crush opposition.

I predict fascist tactics will be used to stop the "fascists".

"There is no place in Germany for Islamophobia or anti-Semitism, hatred of foreigners or racism," she told reporters, pledging decisive government action against "any form of hatred".

I'm not sure Nanny can keep a lid on this one though ... there is only so much insult the good people of Europe can take, what with a constant flood of West-hating Muslim rent seekers poisoning the culture.

Particular caution needs to be drawn as well, to the term "far right". It tends to be used as a slanderous term to try and tie any and all anti-immigration groups to neo-nazis. It's the classic case of the European elite using a compliant news media to marginalize the opposition.

But they also cheer speakers who voice broader grievances -- against the "political elite", EU bureaucrats and the mainstream media they blame for allowing multiculturalism to "water down" their national culture.

"We are the people," they regularly chant, co-opting the phrase of the original "Monday demonstrations" that helped bring down the Berlin Wall in 1989.

... the details in Yahoo News


chaos111_99 said...

Theresa May exiles British-born father and three sons after daughter goes to fight for jihadists in Syria

In the mean time Merkel is the one that keeps on about the free movement of people in the EU.

celestialjunk said...

At least the Brits are getting stubborn enough to hold back the mainland flood. Nevertheless, cultural suicide is so painful to witness.