You may remember the name of Thomas de Maziere, Germany's Minister of the Interior, for I blogged about him over a year ago, and in an entirely different connection. But it seems now that Herr De Maziere is breaking with his own party and chancellor over the latter's thus-far-well-nigh-disastrous refugee policy, in this article shared by Ms. B.H.:

Our Way or the Highway: Germany Wants Refugees to Assimilate or Leave

The De Maziere family has been a prominent German political family for decades, and in a sense might even be viewed as more or less the Geman equivalent of the Cecils in Great Britain, if not more, so this move must be understood for what it is: a significant step, and break, within Frau Merkel's coalition government by one of the CDU's(CHristian Democratic Union's most senior politicians. The  crux interpretum here is what Herr De Maziere is doing: he is introducing a bill into the German Bundestag that in effect says: either stay, learn German, assimilate into our culture (and, by implication, drop the Sharia nonsense and live peacablly with your neighbors under German law), or leave:

ermans are clearly not happy with their government's hospitable policy toward the refugees that continue to flee to Europe predominantly from war-torn Middle East and poor African states.

Their disquiet showed in the country's regional elections, held earlier in March, in which a great number of voters abandoned Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives for the anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany (AfD).

The legislation proposed by De Maiziere — a conservatives himself — followed soon thereafter. He expects migrants to do their best to assimilate, in exchange for the opportunity to live in Germany and for the assistance they get like language lessons, social benefits and housing.

"For those who refuse to learn German, for those who refuse to allow their relatives to integrate — for instance women or girls — for those who reject job offers: for them, there cannot be an unlimited settlement permit after three years," he told ARD TV.

De Maiziere added that the permitted period of stay for refugees has to depend on the success of their integration efforts.

Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel supports the initiative.

What is significant here is that Frau Merkel's hold on power is fast slipping, and will continue to do so, as long as she herself does not get a grip on a realistic policy for Germany, and abandons the "multicultural dystopia" that has resulted from her current policy: Germans rejected her party in local elections, and now the German Interior Minister and the Vice Chancellor have added their voices to the fray.
But I suspect there's a deeper story here, and it's the growing European revolt, now transcending national borders, against what many Europeans perceive as the Islamization of their national and broader European culture. De Maziere's bill might thus also be seen as a "test" or "trial balloon" to see if, in fact, this growing movement will accept such an arrangement. The catch here is the "time period" being allotted for "successful assimilation" (and how will the bill actually assess "successful assimilation"?) In short, De Maziere's bill might be an attempt to appease the growing opposition, and bring them back into the fold. Whether it is successful or not if it actually passes the Bundestag, remains to be seen. But the politicla discussion in Germany has now changed because of it, and the rest of Europe and the West will be watching closely.
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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. goshawks on April 8, 2016 at 11:50 pm

    I just have to post this. A picture is worth a thousand words. (Age and bearing/knowing, not sex.)

    • zendogbreath on April 17, 2016 at 12:33 am

      flipping genius

      where’s hillary?

  2. basta on April 7, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    The Nazis first weaponized Islam, and now it comes home to roost by being embraced by the Euro-Bolsheviks.

    If Joseph’s so-called “Nazi International” indeed exists, they are taking a wrecking ball to their own Heimat.

    I just don’t see the upside in destroying the very Fatherland you fought for, lost for, and then spent all those decades in the wilderness trying to recoup. These are Bolshevik Fifth Columnists, pure and simple.

    • Don B on April 8, 2016 at 9:52 am

      ” These are Bolshevik Fifth Columnists, pure and simple.” They weren’t defeated. They just went underground. By body count alone, they are far more ruthless than any group in modern times and there is a hardcore cadre in Chicago that surpasses any other cell in this country. The families of many of the neocons were Bolsheviks in the past. I have no use for Nazis as one of my dad’s cousins was killed by them before the U.S. invaded Italy, but we need to keep a keen perspective of what’s going on around us particularly South America and the obsession with Nazis provided by the history channel(lower case intended) and other organs of propaganda.

    • LSM on April 8, 2016 at 6:30 pm

      I agree with you (well, almost totally)- the Bolsheviks never went away;

      I think most people are under the false impression that when the Soviet/East Bloc and its borders disappeared that was the end of communism; oh, NO!- where the former East Bloc was a contained malignancy once the borders fell the metastases began to spread;

      I’m now plowing through Ben Bradberry’s book “The Myth of German Villany”- although I’m only about 1/3rd through it most of what I’ve read seems to make sense and is based on historical facts;

      the so-called “New World Order” is nothing more than planed global communism of the worst sort-

      Larry in Germany

  3. Nathan on April 7, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    The division is going as planned

  4. goshawks on April 7, 2016 at 7:13 pm

    I see the immigration problem as only part of the European subjugation to the US (really, the AngloZionist pressure). In a certain way, it reminds me of my time learning family therapy …

    In an ‘optimal’ family, parents raise their kids in as kind and loving a way as possible. Part of that ‘task’ is to have the kids informed, aware, and competent-enough that when their natural breakaway-desire (self empowerment) kicks-in, it will interlink with those qualities and lead to a successful ‘launching’ of the kids into adulthood.

    For less-than-optimal families, pre-existing parent ‘damage’ can lead to where the kids are ‘short circuited’ from their necessary education for life. They leave out of hate, or become enmeshed in the parents’ problems and never leave.

    With family therapy ‘lenses’, I see the relationship between the US and EU as a less-than-optimal family structure (stated simplistically). The US decided to become a ‘parent’ to Europe after WWII. For a while, it stayed at least marginally to the ‘light side’ of rearing with the Marshall Plan, etc. Then, it slowly became a domineering parent. The ‘kids’ were not allowed to ‘grow up’, right or wrong. They were kept in a prolonged ‘teenager-hood’ to (metaphorically) mow the lawns, do the chores, etc. Not healthy.

    From a family therapy perspective, there are two possibilities for this future: The enraged teenager who slams out the door, and the abused teenager who continues to ‘submit’ and be abused. Neither is an adult, in the healthy-manner noted above. For that matter, neither is their ‘parent’…

    • goshawks on April 7, 2016 at 7:24 pm

      I left-out that all parties should go into ‘family therapy’, shed old stuff, and emerge healthier…

  5. Robert Barricklow on April 7, 2016 at 6:56 pm

    There is an irony playing out against this Muslim backdrop. If one looks at the operating system that is at the root of most problems facing civilizations it is the money. Specifically the economic operating system designed by 13th century Moorish accountants looking for a way to preserve the aristocracy of Europe. The irony is that it has worked as promised. It turned the market place into one giant debtor’s prison. It is not only unfit for the needs of the 21st century digital society; central currency is a pure and simple trap of illusionary perpetual growth.

    • Robert Barricklow on April 7, 2016 at 7:08 pm

      Unlike natural systems or even human society,
      an interest-based economy must grow…
      in order to survive.

  6. DownunderET on April 7, 2016 at 3:55 pm

    Since the Madrid Circular was published in 1953 a lot has changed. The Nazi International and Martin Bormann’ idea to dominate Europe by “elastic political means” seems to be fraying at the edges. Who could have seen the immigrant “crisis” coming down the pike???
    So how are the Brussels knuckleheads going to work this one out?
    And frau Merkel is now a popular as a pedophile in a playground and looks like getting a shellacking at the next election. As long as the elites persist in trying to tell the average Joe that their polices are for the good of the people, the EU will slowly disintegrate, AND NONE TOOOOOOO SOON!!!!

  7. Dag from Ringerike on April 7, 2016 at 3:30 pm

    I think this voice and message from a central German politician is important, because also, other politicians from the ruling class in different European countries are now allowed to express what the man and woman on the street are feeling about the mass immigration issue inside European countries. He is putting up the same demands as Australian politicians were saying years ago; If people are coming from a muslim country and will not obey to the secular state`s law or people`s common sense, just leave.

    But are the ruling political class allowed to express this kind of views in the northern European countries? I doubt. Because, and this is my opinion, the alphabet sewers were part of the creation of the influx and they put up their offsprings, private firms and ngoes to facilitate the influx. It is so obvious. And they control the political class that is now doing the opposite of what the man and woman on the street are feeling about their local community and future.

    And this is the plan.Destroy the political system in Europe. Spain without a government for three months.Iclandic prime minister had to step down.

    We are heading down in Europe to a dictatorship, not as we already have by the unelected comissars in the EU, but by brutal force, not so much from the military, but by the alphabet sewers and their contractors in any country that are not falling into the line.

    And, by the way. I had a week for sun and food in Grand Canaries, just arrived yesterday. Dining out, nice conversations with people at the next table. At least or last, the immigratian issue was brought up. And the floor was ripe. I was told by a nice and gentle englihsman, that Boston, the English town that was the birth name for the US town, half of the citizens living there now are from Poland. The issue of mass immigration is now on the table all over Europe.

    To pharaphrase Greg Hunter, this is the way I see it,

  8. Roger on April 7, 2016 at 10:56 am

    This reminds me of what they did in the US when people started getting stirred and angry at the effects of illegal immigration. The other party pretended to sympathize with the voters and pretended they were going to do something about the worse illegal offenders. Instead they did the opposite and the number of new comers was accelerated but not covered by the media anymore. This sounds like a stall tactic to settle down the gullible German people. Just look at the time table when they pretend they will start to do something, three years from now.

  9. old97polarcat on April 7, 2016 at 10:34 am

    Another question is how much room to maneuver does Merkel really have?

    Presumably all EU policy emanates from the Empire of Chaos and is simply administered by politicians, who are controlled either through payoffs or blackmail or both. To me, it often seems like EU “leaders” use their so-called electorate to buy them a bit of room to push back — however feebly — at the Empire’s dictats, which are uniformly as bad for the citizens of the EU as the Empire’s “homeland” dictats are for the citizens of the US.

  10. marcos toledo on April 7, 2016 at 10:24 am

    The problem is Europe is getting a taste of it’s own medicine. When it overran the continents of the Americas and Australia it forced the indigenous people to assimilate into European Christian culture without any assurance they would get any benefits from doing so. Western Europe is in the situation of the twelve colonies of the rebooted Battlestar Galactica series with no allies worst a lot of well deserved enemies among these people. There is a saying you reap what you sow.

    • Roger on April 7, 2016 at 11:08 am

      And the only reason they were able to succeed in the New World was because many of the native tribes were only too eager to join temporary alliances for an opportunity to wipe out the other tribes who were their traditional enemies. We could not have done it here in America without the aid of the largest and most war loving tribes help. Many forget this part of American history and think only white Europeans were responsible for genocide against native American tribes. If the tribes were not so divided by their culture of war against one another and presented a united front they could easily have repelled the British.

      • Roger on April 7, 2016 at 11:21 am

        Another example is the Aztecs who were notorious for conquering and capturing other tribes in their entirety for the sole purpose of sacrificing them to their blood hungry gods. Biggest crime against natives now in the US in my opinion is the segregation being practiced by preserving reservations. They should have been declared citizens with equal status and rights a long time ago. They should be allowed to keep whatever cultural identity they choose and live anyway and anywhere they choose. If you are born and grow up here you are a native and for others to say you don’t belong here because your race wasn’t always here isn’t a good argument. For if that is how we decide who belongs where then the vast majority of the world even in Europe should be packing up and moving back to Africa where they say we all originated.

        • Cassandane on April 14, 2016 at 2:54 pm

          Yet another example is the Maoris of New Zealand, who were on their way to wiping out a significant part of their population (as they did the Mori Oris who lived in NZ before the Maoris came) before the British stepped in and “civilized” them.

          It makes one wonder if this pattern is a result of “human nature”, or whether someone went to many parts of the world to help it along.

    • sagat1 on April 7, 2016 at 12:14 pm

      I beg to differ on this point, as the current generation or so cannot be guilty for the acts perpetrated by those before them.

  11. Robert Barricklow on April 7, 2016 at 9:53 am

    Germans are gifted engineers and may sense this engineering of Islam into their culture is purposed.
    Either they keep their culture intact or…
    go the way of the Dodo.

  12. Neru on April 7, 2016 at 9:08 am

    I think the Dutchs used democratic rules at maximum velocity that expanding and coopting to get a bigger EU is not what the Dutch people want.

    Hope after this something similar occurs in the rest of the EU countries if their laws allow it. On the other hand I don’t know if it got much news coverage except on RT.

    Every EU citizen should look into this and act because moaning “it never changes” won’t do, high time to get creative within the law and use everything available to us. Hope the German people can build on this and truly accept they have the right to do so and not stay afflicted to WWII pasifism out of gilt thats hammered into them.

  13. WalkingDead on April 7, 2016 at 7:50 am

    Entitlement is the disease rotting every nation which promotes it from within, by design. Look no farther than the US to see this is true. The longer people receive these benefits for essentially nothing in return, the more entitled they become and the more dependent they become on them. Once their numbers reach a significant percentage of the population, they become a political force of some significance and it snowballs from there.
    All empires rot from within eventually leading to that empires inevitable downfall.

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