NEWSPAPERS in Europe have been full of reports of violent rioting in city centres on New Year’s Eve. In Berlin, rockets were fired at police, fire extinguishers at ambulances, and buses set on fire. At least 18 officers were injured, and more than 100 suspects were arrested.
The reason? Too much drink, perhaps, and then there were all those fireworks.
The real reason is well understood. With astonishing delicacy, the German police union ‘has the impression that groups of young men with a migration background are far over-represented in these riots’.
We have been here before. New Year 2016 saw 2,500 women raped and sexually assaulted in the station square in Cologne. More than 1,200 criminal charges were filed. Only later was it admitted that the perpetrators were young men of North African and Middle Eastern origin. Now, with migrant-fuelled mayhem turning Berlin into a war zone, John Cody of the Remix News website demands: ‘When are we finally going to admit that we have a huge problem with young male migrants from archaic societies who don’t want to integrate? Silencing the problem means continuing to promote it.’
Instead, Berlin’s left-wing government has decided that citizenship and the foreign nationality of criminal suspects should no longer be publicised. Following similar riots in several French cities, the French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin was even upbeat about it, taking the optimistic view that ‘only’ 690 cars were burned nationwide, an improvement over the 874 last year. In his view, this amounted to the New Year’s Eve celebrations taking place ‘without any major incidents.’
The Swiss have admitted to problems, for example Zürich reported incidents of people being robbed or molested. But at least the Swiss recognise the problem. TCW has reported on the stringent measures taken to assimilate asylum seekers, even processing claims and appeals outwith Swiss soil. But with the country’s population now reaching 9million, the Swiss People’s Party (SVP) will launch a referendum calling for the renegotiation of international treaties, or even complete abandonment, if the figure should reach 10million.
The Swiss situation pales into insignificance compared with the illegal migrant crossing fiasco in the UK. According to Government figures, almost 46,000 illegals crossed the Channel during 2022, the majority of whom are probably here to stay. Attempts by Home Secretaries Priti Patel and Suella Braverman have failed even to scratch the surface. While the Home Office appear totally powerless to impose any control, one of its permanent secretaries, Matthew Rycroft, was knighted in the New Year’s Honours List.
Now Prime Minister Sunak has set out his five pledges to ‘deliver peace of mind’ in 2023. Included is action on the Channel migrant crisis. ‘We will,’ he says, ‘pass new laws to stop small boats.’ If anyone comes to this country illegally, they will be detained and swiftly removed. The pledge will be met by making it impossible for people to claim asylum after crossing the Channel. Ministers hope to be able to deport people to Rwanda and other third countries.
Well, good luck with that one, Rishi. The Mail puts the likelihood of success at 3 out of 10. A generous estimation, given that only 3 per cent of Brits have faith in the government to get a grip on the migrant crisis. Belgian psychotherapist Mattias Desmet, who has described mass formation psychosis in relation to the Covid hysteria, has said: ‘We are at a crossroads,’ urging critical thinkers to wake the masses from their madness. ‘The first and foremost task is to keep speaking out.’
But speaking out is never going to be enough without action. It can be done, as demonstrated by Australia’s successes against their boat people. Channel boats can be turned back, illegals detained, and denied any welfare support. But it doesn’t happen.
Either our governments are too stupid and useless to effect any worthwhile reform, or they just have no intention of doing anything about it. Sunak’s promises are hot air, like magic gifts bestowed by a benevolent Fairy Godmother. He’ll soon learn the pantomime season is over.
The only possible solution would be to boycott all government’s insanely costly programmes and totally dysfunctional institutions, and starve them of our money. It would take the creation of a parallel society, operating independently of the unwanted and undemocratic conditions foisted on us by the globalist elites, to enable us to do things for and by ourselves.
Who is going to start moving and shaking to get such a solution up and running? A New Conservative Party? A muscular alliance of all taxpayers? Sadly, what we don’t have is that essential factor necessary for us to live as free people – control over our lives. That’s what the movers and shakers need to get sorted first.