Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Another day, another fallacy

Another day, another fallacy. Some people are praising the Hungarian government for its refusal to allow 10,000 immigrants to remain in the country, but whilst this is certainly good news for the Hungarian people, things are never that simple. Indeed, some East European nations - particularly Croatia and Ukraine - are so ferociously hostile to visiting non-European footballers that you can imagine the huge furore that would be caused by any attempt to settle large numbers of permanent immigrants among the host populations of such countries. It is my belief that the immigrants themselves are being systematically allocated throughout Europe in order to provide cheap labour for the European Union (EU) and that what we perceive to be a migratory body of displaced families is nothing haphazard or accidental. At least once they have left their respective homelands and passed through the first series of border checks. For those of you who know something about economics, it is a question of specialisation and these future workers will be assigned specific tasks within a given production process. When the coal mines were closed in the British Isles during the 1980s, for example, cheap fuel was imported from elsewhere. This may have seemed confusing to the average person in the street, but those who control the European economy as a whole do not contain or limit their objectives to a single region, but streamline their efforts according to the maximisation of profit and work on the basis that they have the resources of the entire Continent at their fingertips. In relation to the immigrant situation, of course, our rapidly ageing population inevitably means that for capitalism to survive and prosper it must import a new workforce and allocate people to different areas within the so-called Eurozone, i.e. what the English would describe as 'horses for courses'. Giving credit to the Hungarian government, therefore, is completely nonsensical, because Hungary itself is a member-state of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the aforementioned European Union (EU) itself. It is not, therefore, a sovereign nation and is controlled from behind the scenes by the same dark forces that control every other modern European nation and much of the world. At this stage, Hungary is not considered to be ripe for high levels of non-European immigration. In the future, however, as the systematic pollution of multi-cultural propaganda continues to infect the minds of East Europeans through the mass media, the population will become comparatively more pliant and the powers-that-be will try again. For now, however, word has come from the highest authority that the immigrants must be moved on elsewhere. Remember: If Hungary ever capitulates, it will be because she has been ordered to do so.