May 15, 2016

WATCH: Polish journalist on German immigration policy: “I reckon there will be a catastrophe”

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

This German TV show aired in January 2016, two days after the Boemann sketch about Poland which attacked the Poles and insulted the whole country over its immigration policy. At that time, German Chancelor Merkel had only one plan for the migrants: Distribute them across Europe. Poland does not agree. 

Recently here at The Rebel, we posted a story about a comic who insulted Turkish leader, Recep Erdogan on a popular German comedy show with a sexually charged poem

As a result, the German comic, Jan Böhmermann, may face up to 5 years in jail as German chancellor, Angela Merkel, is working to appease the Turkish leader by punishing him.

However in January of this year, two days before the panel show above, the same comedian did a far more insulting comedy song about the Polish people, their elected leader, and their culture.

And all because they did not want to obey the diktats of Merkel and her plan A for European distribution of a million or more migrants across the European Union.

The interview in the first video is with a known Polish journalist and Editor of "New Confederacy, who caused quite a stir beynd Poland when she wrote an article called, "The Islamic Rape of Europe" and had an accompanying graphic of a white girl wearing a European flag and being grabbed by darker looking men.


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commented 2016-05-16 12:52:49 -0400
Jay Kelly: People are not stupid when it comes to knowing where to party (where there is a lack of authority figures and like we did when we were kids finding out where the best loot was being given out on Halloween and targeting those residences. I am also amazed at how quickly the signal has been sent we have a soft on crime liberal government shored up by it’s liberal judges counterpart. People figure out quickly who is easy to push around and what they can get away with.
commented 2016-05-16 12:10:11 -0400
If they didn’t want their domestic policy dictated to them they should never have joined the ant-democratic EU.
commented 2016-05-15 22:01:11 -0400
“We admitted 1,000 refugees, all of them Christian, and overnight they ran off to Germany.”

Probably Poland’s problem is summed up right there.

People are not stupid, refugees or not.

‘If my neighbour is unwelcomed by these people, how will my family and I be treated?’

Summed up best: “in all things treat your neighbor as you yourself would like to be treated.”
commented 2016-05-15 20:04:27 -0400
The primary concern of any government is to keep it’s citizens safe. To look around the world and deny the seriousness of the the problems while forging full steam ahead is to willfully underestimate the size of the iceberg by acknowledging only the tip.
commented 2016-05-15 19:00:07 -0400
Send the refugees to Brussels and house them in and around all those EU buildings. Then watch politicians change their tunes.
commented 2016-05-15 18:37:11 -0400
The participant I most agree with is the caller Gerd Wolff. Especially the part where he said “I find the Polish colleague quite pleasant.”
Uh, sorry, what was the topic?
commented 2016-05-15 18:32:59 -0400
Poland has the right attitude, if these uncivilized immigrants are permitted to continue their rush for Europe and the West, the result can only be War. A war that will make WW2 look like a birthday party.

If the western world dose not awaken from it’s stupor and throw out all these Marxist who misrule our Countries, then we can say goodbye to civilization.

Westerners, under the dogma of Islam, will become extinct in very short order.

This, of course, is the course that has been set out for us.

Canada needs to be rid of Trudeau, that is a given.
commented 2016-05-15 17:55:34 -0400
The Germans on the panel, presumably members of their elites, were obviously not impressed with the Polish woman’s views. They were tactful enough to merely communicate their displeasure via their body language. The last caller though, was direct enough to accuse the Poles and Hungarians of not using their brains.

I thought the Polish woman made far more sense than anyone else. As she pointed out, the Poles had no experience in assimilating vastly different cultures but they had done a lot of travelling in Europe since the Wall came down in 1989 and were far from impressed with what they saw in Britain, Germany and France and the results of their efforts to assimilate other cultures. They saw no reason to assume that they would have any better luck and wisely decided to learn from the mistakes of others and simply not encourage migrants to come to Poland.

As she pointed out, Poland had taken in 1000 Syrian refugees, mostly Christians, and they had promptly move to Germany for one simple reason: the monthly welfare amount in Poland was 80 euros but was much more generous in Germany. Even the Christian refugees could see that it was in their economic interest to go to Germany.

It’s a pity we were not so quick to learn from the experience of others and insisted to bringing in tens of thousands of “refugees” (let’s be honest, they’re migrants much more than they are refugees) with no serious thought about whether this was a good idea.

Still, there is one point worth remembering from this video in case we ever want to be rid of our migrants: reduce the benefits and they will move on very quickly. We know this happened in Poland and I understand Denmark did the same thing: the Danes cut their welfare benefits in half and many of their refugees moved on to other more generous countries.
commented 2016-05-15 17:18:41 -0400
2 European countries that have my respect today: Hungary and Poland
3 European countries that are rising in my books: Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania

The rest, including my home republic are doomed to be over-run by Islamists.