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Western Europeans Flee from Islam and Set Up Colonies in Hungary
4 American Renaissance by Henry Wolff

It is no secret that Hungary has become one of the safest countries in the world. While Western Europe opened its borders and accelerated its Islamisation during the migrant crisis, Eastern Europe did the opposite.

Western Europe’s governments actively try to cover-up migrant crimes but there’s no denying reality: in a lot of countries it’s a big problem and countries like Germany, Belgium and Sweden are even losing control over it.

Viktor Orbán puts Hungarians first and Hungary’s excellent border controls make our fear of terror almost absent

What a lot of people wouldn’t have dreamed of predicting for decades is now happening: An increasing number of people are not moving from Eastern Europe to Western Europe, but in the opposite direction.

The Dutch family Bastiaensen, who owned a vacation home in Hungary, realised that the city of Budapest was safer than their Dutch capital Amsterdam. The combination of Hungary’s lower taxes and the fact that there are no Muslims made them decide to immigrate to the country.

The family says Hungary’s prime minister is doing a great job: “Viktor Orbán puts Hungarians first and Hungary’s excellent border controls make our fear of terror almost absent.”

According to the family at least three hundred Dutch and Belgians have bought houses near the town of Csemö. “All our neighbours are Dutch and it’s pleasant to have other Dutch people near us.”

Two of my clients said that they were fleeing from refugees

Several estate agents confirm the experience of the family. Dutch estate agent Robert Kemers says that at least a thousand Belgians now live in Hungary and that since the start of the migrant crisis the number of inquiries is surging. “After every terror attack we see a spike in the number of website visits” he says.

It’s not just the Dutch and the Belgians, but also Germans and people from Scandinavia see Hungary as a safe haven within the European Union. “They come from Austria too” the estate agent adds. A Belgian estate agent says about it: “Two of my clients said that they were fleeing from refugees and that they needed a house in Hungary.”

Eight in ten people who call me say that they want to leave Germany because of its migrant policy

German estate agent Ottmar Heide tells somewhat the same story: Eight in ten people who call me say that they want to leave Germany because of its migrant policy.

With the continuation of Europe’s migration crisis and the return of ISIS from Syria, it is to be expected that migration from Western Europe to Eastern Europe will continue.

With a little bit of drama the question could be asked if these people are the first ‘refugees’ who have fled from Western Europe’s failed multicultural project to a safe haven in Eastern Europe.

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Austria: Migrants in Vienna Receive More Money Than Working Class Pensioners
American Renaissance by Henry Wolff

Recently Austria’s finance minister, Hans Jörg Schelling, admitted that refugees or migrants are costing the nation about €1.8 billion on a yearly basis. That’s almost the same budget than that of the country’s national army.

To check Austria’s migrant costs, we did some calculations. Since 2015, Austria has taken about 150,000 migrants. Each one receives about between €500-€900 each month for basic care (the amount varies in every region).

Taking €600 as an average on the lower side, this leads to a minimum of about €7,000 a year. Multiplying the number of migrants with the previous amount makes that basic care alone costs the country’s taxpayer €1 billion annually.

On top of this, add the costs for housing, education, and healthcare; which brings the amount close to the sum mentioned by Mr. Schelling. But this sum is surely going to increase in the future and here’s why.

At the moment that some of Austria’s states slashed the cash payments for refugees, they flocked to the state of Vienna where the payments were not reduced.

According to Austrian media, migrants in Vienna receive €914 a month. This is the result of politicians who were against any budget cuts, despite high debt levels and a rapidly increasing unemployment rate.

What is a sheer irony here, is that a native farmer, who worked hard all his life, receives a pension of €620. At the same time an asylum seeker in Vienna receives almost €300 euros more for doing nothing.

The budgets mentioned here do not take into account additional costs for managing law and order situations related to migrant crimes, terror threats and extra security.

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How Muslims Are Kept Mostly Peaceful in India
Steve Sailer • November 22, 2017
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A job market paper:

Mob Violence and Militancy: The Case of Indian Muslims

Saurabh Pant

October 28, 2017

Abstract: When does militancy arise among marginalized minorities? Muslims are a minority in India who face substantial and wide-ranging marginalization. Yet, militant groups, who exploit such grievances, have only been able to create relatively little militancy among Indian Muslims. This is especially puzzling given that marginalized minority Muslim populations in other parts of the world do not exhibit this same reluctance towards militancy. Due to the limitations of existing explanations, I instead posit a novel theoretical framework that highlights a key factor determining the extent of militant mobilization within aggrieved minority groups: the group’s perception of protection. Using this framework, I argue that minority Indian Muslims police themselves to prevent militancy within their community because they fear retaliatory indiscriminate mob violence, and this fear stems from a lack of confidence in the state to definitively protect Muslims from the mob.

In other words, when some Muslims in India get out of line, this is what happens to all the Muslims in the neighborhood, guilty or innocent

So, Muslims in India try harder to police their own communities than they do in Britain or France.

Pant’s is not quite that novel of a theory … As I explained in a 2013 Taki’s Magazine column on Pakistani grooming gangs in England (a year before the Rotherham Report):

Strikingly, the Pakistani pimps and johns seem astonished that anybody would object to their behavior. If the girls’ parents cared about protecting their daughters, in their view, they would keep them locked up at home like good Muslims do.

The pimps seemed convinced that since their victims’ families haven’t organized lethal vendettas against them like any honorable Pakistani family would, they must not have cared.

Moreover, since the English people hadn’t carried out mass communal violence, such as burning down Pakistani neighborhoods in the time-honored South Asian manner, clearly they didn’t mind.

And if the English government didn’t want Pakistanis to act Pakistani, they wouldn’t let them into England, now would they?

In England for many years the powers that be took the opposite view of Hindus in India: that prosecuting even individual Muslim malefactors was to be avoided because that would stereotype the Muslim community.

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In other words, when some Muslims in India get out of line, this is what happens to all the Muslims in the neighborhood, guilty or innocent


A hammer used against a needle comes to mind.

It must be said we tried the play nice approach (you know all humans/cultures are just like us right?) like you lot are attempting still (and who knows you might make it work somehow) for maybe 500 years or so first? It only led to them taking more and more, never content, till they had effective political power and imposition of sharia on all....and a long dark age followed. The costs of reversing that are still felt today (another invader, further oppression, hewing off of an entire limb based on religion, and that limb now having nuclear blackmail to cover for its islamic terror export)

So no its never time to drop our guard and say mob enforced contract used against a fundamentally mob religion is a bad/unfair thing. You need some modicum of eye for an eye, before the "makes everyone blind" concept can actually grow to rescue those willing to be rescued over time. Sad but harsh truth I'm afraid.

For all the sanctions taken against Modi by the west because of his perceived culpability in the Gujarat riots, its striking how many muslim folk vote for him (and not in just his state either). Many do come around to basic reality and sense once you show you don't take the BS of various elements within them.

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In England for many years the powers that be took the opposite view of Hindus in India: that prosecuting even individual Muslim malefactors was to be avoided because that would stereotype the Muslim community.


Here is the root of the problem. You are still stuck in phase 1 of the invasion while we are somewhere in phase 8 or 9, a post-phase if you will....and we had the raw numbers and cultural inertia to get to here....but do you?

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Thanks for the insights. The POV from a culture that has "been there, done that," is quite useful. Particularly when it aligns with my own thoughts. ;-)

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Thanks for the insights. The POV from a culture that has "been there, done that," is quite useful. Particularly when it aligns with my own thoughts. ;-)


You are welcome my friend.

It sickens me the west has this much hindsight and experience at its disposal...and definitely the largest realised power (hard and soft) to this day...and so much is therefore preventable. In comparison our subcontinent had little to no idea what had sprung in the desert to the west, what they were doing long term to our (then) cultural cousins in Persia nor that this could all happen from an area we assumed was the same as their ancestors we traded with over millenia before.

We had little to no real understanding and thus warning...neither did we have concrete united/stable political entity (at that time, our best empires were long gone, the remnants loved fighting each other too much) to consolidate the hard power needed.... and only centuries later were we wisened and hardened us to what it all was....but almost too late at that point, we had become strangers in our own land. It was again a bunch of things lining by coincidence up that finally slowly reversed things to some semblance of what we had before.

But instead of learning from all this history and hindsight, I see the PC/leftard culture has permeated to such a degree the West simply is unwilling to bring its strength and resolve to bear to like even a common sense level. I do not want any part of the world, especially the leading one in so many ways to learn things the hard way when there is no real need for it and when so much will be lost clearly, more than most today will know.

"Been there, done that" is indeed applicable even in the more short term. I think it plays a big role in why Eastern Europe, especially Poland and Hungary...but also say Ukraine and Russia etc dont take kindly to the leftard ideals permeating policy, because they suffered under it and lost much quite recently. Therein lies probably the overall west's final redemption to stop the insanity before its too late.

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Since Soros is trying to change that, I'm wondering how long before something happens to him. You'll also need to take out his money, but with the right criminal charges, that should be possible.

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Since Soros is trying to change that, I'm wondering how long before something happens to him. You'll also need to take out his money, but with the right criminal charges, that should be possible.


If I were POTUS (Be afraid, be very afraid.) I would probably order a CIA hit on Soros. Or a drone strike. Or an arc Light.

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It sickens me the west has this much hindsight and experience at its disposal...and definitely the largest realised power (hard and soft) to this day...and so much is therefore preventable.


In this case, our liberal democratic inclinations are working against us. We have a natural revulsion against government intervention with religion. In our country, it is enshrined in our highest law, but it is nearly as strong throughout the European influenced world. And we learned it through hard experience. But that experience never really included islam. Despite the fact that we have been at war with islam since the Seventh Century, we have never come to grips with its religious dimensions. They have always been external to our society, kept out by armed force or colonized by superior force. They were dangerous or quaint people out there.

Now that we are allowing them to integrate into our culture, we have to learn to deal with the triumphalist and imperialistic dimensions of their religion. We are failing at that.

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Now that we are allowing them to integrate into our culture, we have to learn to deal with the triumphalist and imperialistic dimensions of their religion. We are failing at that.

This really goes back to our OP. It's the practical result of Islamic policy that has existed since its foundation. Once they have moved into a country, their policy to everybody else is "leave, convert or die"

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Now that we are allowing them to integrate into our culture, we have to learn to deal with the triumphalist and imperialistic dimensions of their religion. We are failing at that.

This really goes back to our OP. It's the practical result of Islamic policy that has existed since its foundation. Once they have moved into a country, their policy to everybody else is "leave, convert or die"


Once they feel strong. And our culture has no legal way of making them feel weak. I don't know of an answer other than constant street harassment and the occasional pogrom. Neither of those is socially acceptable to us, but are perfectly fine with them.

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Take him out via a criminal charge via Hungry. That way no chance for a US Pardon later. You have to get his money.

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