September 18, 2015
Yesterday, Croatia said 6,000 entered in 24 hours, and then a government official said “we expect 20,000 over a period of two weeks.”
And I wrote an article like “hey buddy, that math doesn’t really make sense to me, are you sure these Jews aren’t lying to you?”
Daily Stormer, yesterday: Fake Jew Numbers: 20,000 “Migrants” Expected to Enter Croatia in Two Weeks
24 hours later, 7,000 more have entered, bringing the total number to 13,000.
6,000 first day, 7,000 second day…
I wonder if the “20,000 in two weeks” estimate has changed?
After suddenly landing in the path of the biggest migration in Europe for decades, Croatia said on Friday it could no longer offer them refuge and would wave them onwards, challenging the EU to find a policy to receive them.
lol @ “you have been waylaid by Moslems and must defend yourself.”
Idiot Croats thought they were going to gather their party before venturing forth, instead they just worker rushed.
The migrants, mostly from poor or war-torn countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, have streamed into Croatia since Wednesday, after Hungary blocked what had been the main route with a metal fence and riot police at its border with Serbia.
“We cannot register and accommodate these people any longer,” Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic told a news conference in the capital Zagreb.
You’ll recall that yesterday he was lecturing Hungary on morality.
Now they’re closing their border.
“They will get food, water and medical help, and then they can move on. The European Union must know that Croatia will not become a migrant ‘hotspot’. We have hearts, but we also have heads.”
It appears you may also have “balls.”
The arrival of 13,000 in the space of 48 hours, many crossing fields and some dodging police, has proved too much for one of the EU’s less prosperous states in a crisis that has divided the 28-nation bloc and left it scrambling to respond.
A record 473,887 refugees and migrants have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe so far this year, the International Organization for Migration said, most of them from countries at war such as Syria who are seeking a better, safer life.
Hundreds of thousands have been trekking across the Balkan peninsula to reach the richer European countries north and west, especially Germany, which is preparing to accept 800,000 asylum seekers this year.
How can they continue say “they are helpless sufferers trying to get as much money as possible, quickly”?
How can they be both helpless victims and shrewd exploiters of liberalized benefits policies?
How are people not picking up on that disconnect, while it is openly admitted constantly, and is in fact the core of the “crisis”?
Turkey is accepting these people.
So the crisis is “these people need better welfare benefits.”
And they say it, in all these articles, while also saying “escaping conflict zone.”
This is called “doublethink“:
Doublethink is the act of ordinary people simultaneously accepting two mutually contradictory beliefs as correct, often in distinct social contexts. Doublethink is related to, but differs from, hypocrisy and neutrality. Somewhat related but almost the opposite is cognitive dissonance, where contradictory beliefs cause conflict in one’s mind. Doublethink is notable due to a lack of cognitive dissonance — thus the person is completely unaware of any conflict or contradiction.
Anyway, Croatia is closing the borders.
Croatia, the EU’s newest member state, has already closed almost all roads from the border. Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic said if the crisis continued “it is a matter of time” before the border was shut completely, though Milanovic, in his remarks, questioned whether even that would keep migrants out.
Protip: It won’t.
There is only one way to keep migrants out, and it looks like this:
“I don’t know if closing a road will keep them out for sure” is about the same level of nonsense as “6,000 in a day, so I guess probably about 20,000 in two weeks.”
Police have rounded up many migrants at the Tovarnik railway station on the Croatian side of the border with Serbia, where several thousand spent the night under open skies.
“We are so exhausted,” said Hikmat, a bare-footed 32-year-old Syrian woman from Damascus, after a journey, like many others, by sea and then through the Balkans to the border between the two former Yugoslav republics.
She said she had been travelling for two months with her son, and added: “Look at me. I just want to get anywhere where we will be safe.“
You were safe in Turkey, you stupid bitch.
You are safe right now at a train station in Croatia.
There isn’t a war in Croatia, just like there wasn’t one in Serbia, FYROM, Greece or Turkey. And they are feeding you in all of these countries.
So, no, you don’t “want to be anywhere where you will be safe” – you want to be “anywhere where stupid White people will give me insanely high welfare benefits.”
And here, this part is funny.
In response to Croatia opening their border, Hungary has started building a wall on their border with them too.
Orban announced on Friday that construction had begun on the new fence, similar to the barrier erected recently along its border with Serbia. The confirmation came hours after Croatia shut its boundary with Serbia, as the migrant crisis marched westwards.
Speaking on national radio, Orban said a fast-solution fence would be finished by the end of Friday on a critical 41-kilometer stretch of the frontier, where Hungary and Croatia are not divided by a river.
It is not clear whether the new structure will eventually span the entire 329 kilometers (204 miles) length of the boundary.
“We must implement the same measures as on the Serbian-Hungarian border,” he hinted, adding that at this point 600 soldiers had worked on the fence, and a further 500 will be deployed on Friday and 700 more over the weekend.
And what is Merkel doing?
I don’t even know, I haven’t read a single thing about Merkel since I woke up this morning.
Let’s Google-News it.
What did she say today?
Oh, here it is.
Chancellor Angela Merkel compared the refugee crisis to the “asymmetric” conflict in Syria, saying that a disproportionate burden within the European Union was falling on Germany.
“We’re seeing that refugee movements are also asymmetric with respect to the European Union,” Merkel said in a speech at a science conference Friday in the eastern German city of Halle.
What does that even mean? Not joking, I am incapable of comprehending what that means.
“Germany is very heavily impacted by this.”
The German leader reiterated her call for a “fair distribution” of refugees throughout the 28-member bloc. She said the EU must also address the source of the refugee crisis in regions such as the Middle East.
“It cannot be that one country in Europe takes on the injustice of a whole world,” Merkel said. “Domestic and foreign policy will move much more closely together as a consequence of this crisis.”
She made these nonsensical statements while she was up on the 11th floor and watching the cruisers below.
Her weekend was at an all time low.