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Third World Invasion: Eyewitness Report

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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 02:41 PM
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originally posted by: Substracto
You know whats going to happen? if things get so bad, martial law will be employed, and the extreme right parties will come to power....


Well then, all left leaning and self proclaimed progressives better think twice about supporting massive influxes of illegals and refugees world wide. Your helping the far right come to power. In America you can at least go groveling to the gun owners to help out when the extreme right takes over. Not sure what the rest of the world will do.
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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 03:04 PM
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originally posted by: doobydoll
Germany has unilaterally broken mutually agreed EU immigration laws and has wilfully and recklessly exposed all European nations to a very real security risk, without consulting or discussing the implications or concerns with the leaders of the other member nations.

It's unacceptable to unilaterally break internationally agreed laws and then defend it by unilaterally deciding the present law doesn't work.

Is Germany going to face any consequences for this illegal act? Would any other member nation face consequences had they done this instead of Germany?

Should any refugee-related social unrest occur in any of the member nations as a result of this illegal act, is Germany going to take responsibility for it?

Actually, I propose every member nation should make Germany and Merkel aware that they WILL be held responsible.

It's disgraceful that such a glaring and major breach of EU law is not being shouted about very loudly, and is basically being ignored by all the media.


Very good point, you are referring to the Schengen agreement.. what has been occurring with all of this free border crossing is perfectly illegal and you are absolutely right, that a lawsuit should appear and that legal action needs to be taken.

I think everyone should exit the Schengen agreement, and allow each nation on their own determine what type asylum to offer and to whom; Maybe the whole EU open border for pro euro "experiment" is not such a great idea..



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 03:09 PM
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a reply to: tony9802

All of this has the terrible feel of orchestration to it, and I cannot for the life of me figure out how the faceless, nameless monsters and 'kleptocrats' at the top managed to pull it off so easily.

Although I think it will take a banking calamity and another natural disaster, all the shadow dwellers at the top of the heap truly need do now is to ignite race wars and watch the inferno of Europe and the USA burn, burn, burn whilst the banksters and their higher masters make their ways to Paraguay and other prepared places and wait for a more opportune time to impose their Order on the chaos they have created.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 03:12 PM
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originally posted by: TonyS

originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: tony9802

Europe and the western world is about to experience something thrust upon them like never before.......and I fear that an unavoidable situation will ensue culminating in a system of racial segregation, most likely resultant from existing citizens taking matters into their own hands until the military and government steps in and sorts things out.

The manifestation of Apartheid is again about to occur.



I used to live in Europe, (Italy) and I must admit......I've never in my life seen anything like this and nothing like this on this scale. Did a bit of research this morning and the thing I can't quite grasp is the disparate response among the EU countries. Germany seems to have agreed to accept a disproportionate number of refugees; in Austria, citizens are opening their homes to the refugees and allowing them to stay in unoccupied rooms; Hungary......won't let them cross Hungary to get to Germany; haven't seen much how Italy is responding.

I don't know about the rest of Europe, but Italy has a very strange situation. Due to low birth rate and young Italians leaving Italy for jobs elsewhere, Italy has entire towns and villages that are all but entirely empty! By the same token however, the Italian economy is so frail, I can't imagine how they're going to cope financially.

This will go down in the history books as bizarre in the extreme.



I don't know why, but I'm starting to feel a little awkward bringing certain news article into the open..I am going to post this article here www.telegraph.co.uk... because I feel it is that important-- The article concerns a couple in Sicily that was recently murdered by an African refugee;

People should try to understand that many of these migrants or clandestine people, or refugees come from a place, from a place inside of themsleves where they do not really consider or contemplate or understand certain principles, certain "enlightened" values,normal "moral" standards..they do not abide by certain types of conduct that you and I take for granted...even simply things such as quietly observing someone modestly in the eye could be a huge challenge for them, not because they are bad, but because they do not know differently; It's true that many people from developing nations have an entirely different ethic or way of understanding perceiving and doing things--For example:


Ladies you treat this way;
Gays you treat that way;

Children you treat like this..
Older folks you might treat in that way..

Food you consume this way..
Elimination: you do it that way,

If you see a girl and she looks at you, that means follow..(?)


If you see a boy walking and he looks at you, DO NOT VIEW..

If you drive a nice car, that means you're a temptation
If you are well dressed, that means: I don't have clothes, and that's what I need..

I could go on and on, but the idea is that out there in the rest of the world, not everyone, but many people, are terrbly disadvantaged to the point where they do not see perceive or view certain types of behavior in the negative; For example, feelings such as envy, wrath, or hatred might be honored in their culture. they might see those as a natural given. That's just how many youth are, in many third world countries, sad to say it but it is true..


Many of these people are not raised with simple values such as being fair, being honest, do not lie, don't be so proud, etc.. those systems or ways of thinking are not present in their spiritual person- I'm not trying to generalize or to make these huge blanket statements about peoples, but the reality of the matter is that some groups of peoples are not raised in the way we would consider normal upbringing.

To see that an African refugee, ALREADY, has had the nerve to break into a couple's home, and to murder them..it simply takes the cake and to me is a sign of insanity;

Here is the article to the Sicily murder: it's legitimate press by the way..
www.telegraph.co.uk...< br />
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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 03:50 PM
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Well for once the UK government has I believe played it right. 20K refugees over 5 Years and from the sorry of state refugee camps in Syria, Turkey or Jordan. More needs to be invested with the United Nations to ensure these and other camps are of a good standard at the moment they are not. Germany announcing acceptance of 500K refugees every year is enticing all that can to try and get there, what a can of worms they have opened..
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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 04:30 PM
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originally posted by: Ddrneville
You cal that an invasion, a few lost souls... i'm going to head to my bunker now... jeeeez


This refugee thing is escalating way out of proportion indeed.
A bunch of hungry lost souls are going to take down the EU..uhum that's what's going to happen.
Ffs let's be honest..there is too much propaganda against them.When did we all lose our humanity ? Oh I know when..when we were all eating our burgers and drinking beer at our local restaurants and commenting that ISIS is 99% of the refugees.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 04:49 PM
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a reply to: doobydoll

Germany is doing this for her own interests - they have a looming demographic nightmare coming:

Interesting read

Seems that without an influx of new blood, they will collapse demographically and financially in 20 years. The UK, on the other hand, has no such looming nightmare, so we can (and we are) refusing to accept this human swarm.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 04:56 PM
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originally posted by: saudi
When did we all lose our humanity ? Oh I know when..when we were all eating our burgers and drinking beer at our local restaurants and commenting that ISIS is 99% of the refugees.


To be honest, the bulk of the refugees aren't even Syrian, much less IS. The majority come from sub-Saharan Africa and Asia (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan) who are just trying to move looking for work, homes, benefits, whatever it is they think they can get here.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 05:09 PM
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Maybe this is one big plan to get the gun laws in europe like those in the USA. We will all demand to armed.

Or the elite are muslims. My fear is the people of europe have been softened up so much that we will just accept the islamication. The u.ks army is barely hundred thousand and i doubt they could defend britain from a muslim uprising. A few choice raids on stretegic sites and thats it. We are done. The usa wouldnt help europe this time as its all self inflicted.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 05:13 PM
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originally posted by: tony9802

originally posted by: doobydoll
Germany has unilaterally broken mutually agreed EU immigration laws and has wilfully and recklessly exposed all European nations to a very real security risk, without consulting or discussing the implications or concerns with the leaders of the other member nations.

It's unacceptable to unilaterally break internationally agreed laws and then defend it by unilaterally deciding the present law doesn't work.

Is Germany going to face any consequences for this illegal act? Would any other member nation face consequences had they done this instead of Germany?

Should any refugee-related social unrest occur in any of the member nations as a result of this illegal act, is Germany going to take responsibility for it?

Actually, I propose every member nation should make Germany and Merkel aware that they WILL be held responsible.

It's disgraceful that such a glaring and major breach of EU law is not being shouted about very loudly, and is basically being ignored by all the media.


Very good point, you are referring to the Schengen agreement.. what has been occurring with all of this free border crossing is perfectly illegal and you are absolutely right, that a lawsuit should appear and that legal action needs to be taken.

I think everyone should exit the Schengen agreement, and allow each nation on their own determine what type asylum to offer and to whom; Maybe the whole EU open border for pro euro "experiment" is not such a great idea..

Merkel had no right to expose all of Europe to this, not even if she was supreme leader of Europe which she isn't.

Why should any member nation honour any EU laws and rules after this? What's to stop other member nations from binning the laws and rules they don't like and make our own up on the spot like Merkel has done? Or is that a privilege Germany has granted just itself? It's an EU deal-breaker in my opinion.

I understand this is a crisis situation, but there was no need for Merkel to break the law and then let Hungary take the crap for abiding by and upholding those laws. Hungary has done nothing illegal here, Merkel has. Why not arrange for several emergency processing teams and other teams to go build adequate temporary shelters, all sent from the member nations to Hungary to temporarily deal with the massive numbers, instead of letting them all enter without registering? At least until other ideas are bounced around and discussed with other leaders for better solutions .. . ya know, bit like what would and should happen if the EU was a proper union of nations, which it obviously isn't by the looks of it. And probably never really was for all we know (now there's a thought).

I seriously believe Merkel has put the final nail in the EU's coffin.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 05:24 PM
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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 05:26 PM
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It seems this is merkels way to punish the pegida protesters. www.rt.com...



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 05:37 PM
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originally posted by: disregard
Maybe this is one big plan to get the gun laws in europe like those in the USA. We will all demand to armed.


Gun laws in the EU are already like the US - in some countries, you can conceal carry and buy pretty much whatever weapon you want, in others they are highly restricted. Europe is far from uniform on many things, guns being one of them.

EDIT: Even in the UK, one can still get a wide variety of guns, from shotguns, to long barrelled hand guns to rifles all the way up to .50 calibre.
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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 05:39 PM
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originally posted by: doobydoll
I seriously believe Merkel has put the final nail in the EU's coffin.


Quite - she has certainly given the UK plenty of fuel in it's forthcoming decision about the EU



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 06:24 PM
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a reply to: tony9802

That was my first thoughts when I saw the footage of migrants, was that they sure do look healthy. They didn't look starving, desperate or dirty.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 06:33 PM
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originally posted by: stumason

originally posted by: doobydoll
I seriously believe Merkel has put the final nail in the EU's coffin.


Quite - she has certainly given the UK plenty of fuel in it's forthcoming decision about the EU


This is why Germany is taking alot of refugees

A study says Germany's birth rate has slumped to the lowest in the world, prompting fears labour market shortages will damage the economy.



Germany's falling birth rate means the percentage of people of working age in the country - between 20 and 65 - would drop from 61% to 54% by 2030, Henning Voepel, director of the HWWI, said in a statement (in German). Arno Probst, a BDO board member, said employers in Germany faced higher wage costs as a result. "Without strong labour markets, Germany cannot maintain its economic edge in the long run," he added.

Experts disagree over the reasons for Germany's low birth rate, as well as the ways to tackle the situation.

Mr Probst said the country would need young immigrant workers to fill the significant skills gap. And more women were needed in the workforce to avoid economic problems.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 06:38 PM
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a reply to: Sublimecraft

It's difficult to avoid not seeing Europe being pushed in to the waiting arms of hard-right groups.
Add social chaos to an economic collapse and the people of Europe will demand biometric identifiers and complete surveillance.
To me, it seems likely they will use this human wave to justify the implementation of a new technocratic political, social and economic regime.
The new world order brought about by popular demand.



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 07:11 PM
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I presume, in a grand scheme of things, they (TPTB) want the UK to stay within the EU...
I don't think they will allow anyone to actually leave...

They will do those things like a referendum, vote... whatever, you know, it's an illusion of choice. Maybe perhaps if you vote in favour of an exit, they will make you vote again and again - up until you get it "right".

Just remember the good ol' plans of the NWO. Eventually they will rename the EU as the USE. Then, the cash will be prohibited - look at Apple Pay and all those NFC chips being installed literally everywhere.
A cashless society is the last step before they can "UNITE" us.....
+ there is that thing about North Atlantic Free-Trade Agreement (basically US-EU), can't really recall anything new regarding the subject, but they were definitely talking about it.

So I don't see any solution to this at all... quite frankly, we are already fu**ed up.

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posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 07:20 PM
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Western civilization is being systematically invaded. Only the citizens of those Nations can rise up and stop the madness before it's too late. The Militaries of those Nations signed an oath to protect and defend them. ~$heopleNation



posted on Sep, 9 2015 @ 08:10 PM
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originally posted by: disregard
It seems this is merkels way to punish the pegida protesters. www.rt.com...



It is also her way of obtaining a great boatload of slave labour. I think it is important to see how these immigrants are to be housed in Germany. Will there be camps where they will live? Will small villages be built for them near industrial centres? Will there movements be curtailed to "home and work" until they are German citizens? Will they be denied the possibility of German citizenship under some new act, or will an old law from the Third Reich be recognised as valid law for this situation?

In many ways these immigrants are culturally like the arrival of unwelcome space aliens. The thought of the South African science fiction movie "District 9" comes to mind.




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