Germany……”…you have another year or two…”

The video below is a must-see….it’s sent from my stepson in Munich, Germany.

You’ll be horrified to see the awful treatment of the Germans, Italians, etc., by refugees. This is, of course, not to say all are like this, but I wonder at a world (mostly the leftwingers) which gives the rioters, entitlement seekers, every excuse though they see them burn, pillage, kill and rape Germans…..but will slam the hammer down on those Germans or French or Italians who are trying to protect their countries.

Make sure you watch Herr Gregor Gysi at about 4:05 into the video……the one-time government official-German-hater from Germany (he is not alone in this regard)….you’ll be stunned at what he says about his own country, and you’ll see why Germany could lose this fight.  With German ‘friends’ like him, Germany needs no enemies.

By the way, it’s looking like Merkel might be forced out by Christmas, from what I’m hearing directly from Germany (not via the media).  Also, my stepson tells me even integrated foreigners who have lived in Germany for some time are complaining terribly about this horrid onslaught of ungrateful, pillaging refugees.

By the way, I am very sympathetic with the refugee situation; I am.  There are children involved, the elderly, the sick, and they’re now homeless and fearful and in very bad shape. I believe that their showing a total heart of gratitude, eager to learn German, willing to work for what they get (instead of asking German students to cook and clean at refugee centers, why not ask the refugees to?), would speak volumes and be a step toward real integration, somehow beneficial to both ‘sides’.

ON THE OTHER HAND:  HERE is something you should all see, too.   Imagine being so desperate that you need hand washing stations set up for you and your refugee family?   Samaritan’s Purse is doing good work….you might think they are blindly naive, too kind…that’s a decision only you can make.

My stepson’s last sentence in his email to me is “If you want to see good old Germany one more time, come now. It won’t be possible in 1,2 or 3 years.”     He knows how I LOVE Germany and so he hit a nerve.


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36 Responses to Germany……”…you have another year or two…”

  1. jerrydablade says:

    Wow. Not a whole lot of assimilation going on there. And Herr Gysi seems to be suffering from nazi guilt and this is his prescription? Real sympathy for these refugees would involve them taken in by the Saudis or somewhere else in the middle east. Disgusting. Of course, we don’t have to travel too far to see a loss of history and culture, do we Z?


  2. Silverfiddle says:

    There is no turning back the Muslim surge. They breed; we don’t. They will transform Europe.

    This is what happens to clapped-out societies.


  3. alec says:

    Tragic. On so many levels and in so many ways.

    Had a long conversation last week with a woman I met in a Japanese cafe here in NYC. She was of a diplomatic/ State Department mien. Those of you who have traveled in those circles would recognize the type. She and her now ailing husband are based here but have spent most of the past few decades in Paris and North Africa.

    After the pleasantries, I led the conversation gently to the subject of this post and the things we often talk about here at Geeez. To my surprise, she readily backed what Z’s stepson is saying, from a French context.

    As SF says, *there’s no turning back*. I fear Europe’s being set up for a good and proper religious war. God help us.


  4. Imp says:

    Mo told his followers to migrate and spread his islam. This is their path to our destruction…same for Germany.


  5. Imp says:

    Germany’s Angela Merkel is used to owning the room when she speaks to her party faithful, but the mood turned hostile when she defended her open-door refugee policy this week.

    In a heated atmosphere, some of the 1,000-odd members at the meeting warned of a “national disaster” and demanded shuttering the borders as Germany expects up to one million migrants this year.

    “Stop the refugee chaos–save German culture + values–dethrone Merkel,” read a banner at the congress late Wednesday in the eastern state of Saxony, the home base for the anti-foreigner PEGIDA movement.

    Merkel, who grew up behind the Iron Curtain in the communist East, insisted she would stay the course and told party members that “isolation already failed in the days of East Germany”.

    “The chancellor is walking on thin ice,” judged the conservative daily Die Welt, pointing to a “growing gap” between Merkel and the base of her centre-right Christian Democrats (CDU) who demand she stem the record influx.

    “The chancellor believes the nation can manage the crisis, but this belief is rapidly vanishing in the country,” said the newspaper.

    On the home front, Merkel has bravely insisted “we can do it”, recalling US President Barack Obama’s campaign rallying cry of “Yes we can”.

    But many Germans–who in the summer greeted refugees at railway stations–are losing faith as thousands keep coming daily and improvised refugee centres are bursting at the seams, including tent cities exposed to below-zero temperatures as winter approaches.

    The CDU has seen the defection of several thousand members, while usually rock-solid approval ratings for Merkel and her party are slipping.

    The party and their Bavarian allies the CSU have slipped by three points to 38 percent, their lowest level since the last election in September 2013.

    A letter by an initial 34 CDU members protesting against her policy has now been signed by 126, including many state legislators, reported Bild daily.

    Bild even asserted Merkel was losing the support of her loyal veteran Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and mused whether he could replace her.

    “The refugee crisis is stressing the successful duo,” it said. “He disapproves of what she is doing.”


  6. Silverfiddle says:

    Go Yahoogle Ann Corcoran, and you will see organizations like SPLC have her on their radar, which means she’s probably on the right track.

    I’ve seen some factcheckers quibble over trivial aspects of what she is saying, but overall she describes the situation accurately.

    This is in our hands. We can at least contact our politicians and tell them to stop it. If enough of us voice opposition, congress will stop it. They want to get reelected.

    Go read the comments at NY Times articles about muslim immigration. Even the good, enlightened liberal readers there voice politely-worded concern about what our nefarious government is doing to us.


  7. Silverfiddle says:

    Alec: Europe can turn back, but it will be ugly. There is no nice way to reverse this. The Global Oligarchy’s willing paties in the press will turn even the most humane repatriation into an equivalent of marching people to death camps.


  8. Baysider says:

    Gysi is dead wrong. No, we DON’T have to find a way to get asylum seekers into Europe OR save the Mediterranean. The Nazi era has been punished and expiated. And what the hell is this “the Nazis aren’t good at having babies?” One of the key pushes of that era was German women reproducing. Herr Gysi is a commie from the east. No doubt he slathers for the old days of complete control of the population – maybe he thinks this is a path to that end??

    If you have not seen Beneath the Helmet it’s worth $3 to understand how to instill unity and purpose on a national level, as Israel does with universal conscription. It’s not the military training, but the shared history, purpose, resolve and coalescence as a national people.

    We used to have our own version of that here – at least civilian-wise, as I know. Germany got rich after Adenauer, but did not re-acquire this. They lived on for 2 generations with great education, etc., but solid inner defenses of spirit, purpose and resolve were emasculated.


  9. Baysider says:

    As for Samaritan’s Purse – a fine organization – I don’t agree with catering to large blocks of single men and pretending they are true refugees. If their families aren’t coming, they are not ‘fleeing’ – and if they are, they aren’t men worth saving if they leave their families behind to circumstances they had to run from. Yes, yes, I know sometimes only the youngest can be saved. One of the most poignant scenes I’ve ever read was in I Shall Live when Henry Orenstein’s parents melted into the crowd of the condemned to be killed by the Nazis in order to save their 3 children. Only the young had a chance. What we’re seeing today is so far from THAT, it’s insulting to pretend these hordes of single young men are ‘refugees.’


  10. Imp says:

    Muslim violence is not about anyone else except Muslims. No one else is responsible for Muslim violence except Muslims.

    The one thing that Muslim murderers excel at is playing the victim. Someone always “made” Mohammed do it. Someone got him so frustrated and upset that he had no choice but to rape and kill.

    There’s a term for the kind of people who think like this; criminals. There’s a term for the kind of people who defend them; leftists.


  11. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider, as I said in my post about Samaritan’s Purse…only we individually can decide whether they’re “blindly naive” or not. I think they’re in that direction. I think this is yet another case of our society not understanding their society.
    I’ve said many times that the American mind simply doesn’t understand the cunningness, the lying-made-legit for the cause, the really underhanded mind of the Arab…in comparison to us.
    And Christians honestly don’t understand the Muslim mind….not really.
    This is largely a cultural difference and it’s one we MUST catch onto FAST or we’re dead…they’re using our naivite against us quite well.
    Remember they taught our soldiers ‘high Arabic’ and expected them to fit into poor neighborhoods or Arab platoons speaking college Arabic,….that still stuns me. And, frankly, I’m not sure we’ve yet caught on.

    Mr. Z and I’ve referred to Gysi as the “Molotov Bomb Thrower” for years….He and Schroeder in their younger days. Gysi has made FAR worse statements than this, which I’ve blogged about recently. He has every right to be sensitive toward Germans because he is of Jewish descent, but to have been born and raised in Germany and hate it to the point that he’s actually said he wants it GONE as we know it, after it’s given him a very profitable living as an attorney, is pretty harsh.

    SF “The Global Oligarchy’s willing parties in the press will turn even the most humane repatriation into an equivalent of marching people to death camps.”
    Remember how Monsieur Le Penn was treated for insisting the France stay true to their traditions and make it hard for immigrants with their hands out? He’s been TOTALLY vilified; of course, he was a bit over the top, no doubt about it, but he was largely annihilated by the leftwing media who jumped on what sounded like xenophobia from him and ignored what he was really saying. His daughter’s getting the same treatment. I’m not 100% on their side, not at all, because I’m not there….and something I’ve learned from living in another country is you NEVER KNOW until you’re there.

    I’ll never forget a dinner party Mr and Mrs. Z had before their marriage…with big shots from Mr. Z’s company who’d arrived from Germany. We also invited our lawyer and his USC -student wife (20 year age difference between them)….she was SO hot on the subject of Germany and the holocaust and on and ON and on……….asking our friend Mr. Striegel about many things until, finally, this man was silent…..stared at her, and said “You can’t know unless you were THERE.”
    THAT put the conversation to rest. And I’ll NEVER FORGET IT. He’s right.


  12. geeez2014 says:

    SF: “I’ve seen some factcheckers quibble over trivial aspects of what she is saying, but overall she describes the situation accurately.” That is a great way of describing what I try to remind Ducky of so often….he CONSTANTLY zones in on some trivial aspect and completely ignores the POINT…and feels SO smug in doing so 🙂

    I have to disagree about this woman; MILLIONS have seen that video by now; I’ve rec’d it probably five times from various friends……..and nothing’s happening? Odd. I just don’t totally agree with her…but I have to admit I’m in no way welcoming any challenge on that because it’s difficult to check the facts, and I’m not really informed on it for that reason. I tried but gave up.

    Imp: I mentioned the other day how Merkel may be out by Christmas; that was my Stepson’s latest email…PLEASE give the source when you cut/paste articles….I’d like to see them. Mr. Z Jr says that even integrated foreigners living in Germany are getting VERY upset at this surge of refugees….she could very well be out.


  13. Mal says:

    We see the police there trying to control the mob, so why don’t they simply shoot the a–h—s? Or how about the German Military? They are suppose to be protecting their citizens, so why can’t they? Its sick! It would never happen here because we are armed and we would shoot them if the police or military wouldn’t.


  14. Imp says:


    Yahoo and


  15. Mal says:

    Merkel and Obama are on the same page!


  16. geeez2014 says:

    Mal, yes on the ‘same page’ comment. Sadly, on the other comment, Germans are even more anti-gun than our left is, other than the hunters, farmers, etc. They don’t have a gun society ….we have to keep in mind that guns are quite a different thing in most other countries…our Wild West seems to have stayed with us in some ways!
    I do wish they could fight the mobs who are hurting THEM…..I know a cop there who says they’ve been told to STAND BACK…..
    Imagine that immigrants can take food from some stores and the gov’t just tells the owners to let them know how much they took and they’ll be reimbursed by the gov’t? SO, their tax dollars are paying themselves for goods virtually stolen.


  17. Baysider says:

    In that video (the one you posted) there is a brief shot where a ‘refugee’ throws away a jug he’s been given with great force. That speaks volumes, just as much as the Africans on the rampage and shouting for money. But the authorities bend, as supplicants, to these invaders. As do we – or some aspects of our government (we know who).

    I just finished a marvelous book on the Dreyfus affair. The general approach of his 1st defense was more of a supplicant. For the 2nd trial he added an attorney with a reputation for aggressive cross-examination and he went on the offensive. This was a army trial, and the army was never seriously challenged until this point. (Unfortunately, as insurance, they had an assassin shoot the lawyer on his way to court to cross examine a key witness, so we don’t know how that would have worked). But he argued tactics with lawyer #1 – just as we do today. “We’re fighting the army, and they only know force. You won’t win by nice,” he said. A generation later Chamberlin – who seemed to sincerely want that ‘peace’ more than career – fell into this same trap.

    We’ve been conditioned to leave our discernment at the door for fear of being called names.


  18. Imp says:

    We have plenty of our own quislings and traitors too:

    “In a speech at the Erie House in Chicago, Paul Ryan and Gutierrez provided more details about how they aimed to institute a formal open borders policy for the United States—that is, a federal policy of allowing any employer to legally hire any worker regardless of where they live.”



  19. alec says:

    We’ve been conditioned to leave our discernment at the door for fear of being called names.
    Too true Baysider. We all want to be liked and accepted by the group.


  20. geeez2014 says:

    Imp, from that link, could you tell me what makes sense about this?:
    “Ann Coulter has repeatedly made the point that the United States is a nation “created by settlers, not immigrants,”
    I heard it the other day and I thought “WHAT? What settlers weren’t immigrants?”

    Alec and Baysider, that’s one of THE lynch pins of my blog (and most others)…..we’ve all said this in a hundred ways; This is political correctness….people afraid of speaking truth for fear of being unliked, being called names, not fitting in, …”God forbid a LIBERAL might slam me down!” It’s very effective, this fear…very effective. And they know it.


  21. Mal says:

    Muslims don’t understand love and compassion. If they did, they could never accept a religion (?) that advocates killing non-believers. Ergo, different principles apply to folks like that, otherwise what has been happening will continue to happen and they will be pillaged, raped, and murdered without the perpetrators feeling an ounce of guilt. Its so sad. You just want to go over there and shake the H out of them for being so naive and stupid. As for the truly grateful ones who want to assimilate and learn the culture to adapt, tough! Sorry, but our people come first and we can’t take that chance. Its the price you have to pay for accepting your religion.


  22. Imp says:

    @Z..I think what she meant was…how can you have “immigrants” before you have someone to settle in the country first…and before it becomes a country…it was founded by settlers. Immigrants came later when the Republic was established.


  23. John M. Berger says:


    Can’t add much for now but I’ve shared this with many!


  24. geeez2014 says:

    Imp, that makes sense….except I guess I look at those who came here even on the Mayflower were ‘immigrants’ of a sort. Still, I totally see your point, and that’s what she must have meant…yes. They settled the country then the immigrants came. THANKS!!

    John…good! Thanks.

    Mal…well spoken!


  25. Totally off topic.
    Best Watters World ever.


  26. Imp says:

    @Z…I tried what seemed reasonable to me. However….to the many, many Indian tribes….we may have been, “immigrants” or interlopers? Mayflower? Immigrants? How about explorer / settlers? BTW…my ancestry is from the settlers. :-)…


  27. geeez2014 says:

    Ed, I was just about to talk about that and am glad you mentioned it.!!!
    That one little girl ROCKED! HILARIOUS! And SO SMART!
    They were smarter than ANY teens or college kids we’ve EVER seen on that show.
    When he said “I’m Jesse Waters and THIS is my world” and she said something like “YOU’re the WORLD?” I couldn’t help laugh!
    LOVED HER~!!!!
    Best Watters World EVER….I honestly can’t watch them much anymore because it’s so upsetting to see the lack of information or concern by the people he talks to. THIS made up for it!

    Imp: Ya, sure…Indians will say we ARE immigrants and I get that!
    You have ancestry literally from settlers? like wagon train settlers? Tell us!

    I am so sorry I’m first and second generation! I’m glad and proud my people came here and integrated so quickly and so well, but I’d LOVE to have some Pilgrim blood:-)


  28. Imp says:

    @Z…Great Grandma was in the DAR…we date back to the late 1600’s as settlers from old Europe…and then an officer in the Revolutionary Army…born in 1732. Cornelius was his name. Became a prisoner of the Brits for a year and when freed was promoted to a Captain and given $138 in back pay while in captivity. And now…here we all are. Cornelius was of Dutch / German ancestry.


  29. Baysider says:

    I think the first ancestors whose story I know integrated f-a-s-t. Two Welsh brothers, impressed in the British navy, went AWOL overboard a British man o’war holding the blockade of Boston in 1776. I suspect they ‘integrated’ right quick! One of them married into a clan who had a large land grant from the king in the 1660’s. The ‘immigrant’ parts came in 1860’s and 80’s. In 3 generations what does it matter? The Indians were once explorer settlers, too – as is anyone who no longer lives in the Garden of Eden. 🙂


  30. geeez2014 says:

    Good point about the Garden of Eden, Baysider!
    I’m not finding time to read and am still slogging thru Forty Days of Musa Dagh….I was surprised to know it centers around a town called Marash, in Turkey, where my father’s side was all from…and then I was stunned to know that it was the Dar Zor march my 9 yr old grandmother actually survived..3 months in the hot Syrian desert to safety…relative safety. That’s a very famous death walk and I’d known she’d marched but not that she was part of this. I do now.

    Imp…..the DAR is really weakening and I think that’s another sign of our country going downhill…young women just plain aren’t interested, thanks to our schools teaching them the country’s no big deal ….so sad. Was Cornelius on your dad’s side, shares your last name?


  31. jerrydablade says:

    OK, just had to search out Watters World after those glowing reviews. That was hillarious! And I never would have known about it except for your blog, Z 🙂


  32. Read The Camp of the Saints. Prophetic on so many levels!


  33. alec says:

    @AOW, love your book recommendations. The Camp of the Saints is described by goodreads:

    By the year 2000 there will on present projections be seven billion people swarming on the surface of the Earth. And only nine hundred million of them will be white. What will happen when the teeming billions of the so-called Third World – driven by unbearable hunger and despair, the inevitable consequences of insensate over-population – descend locust-like on the lush lands of the complacent white nations?

    Jean Raspail has the rare imagination and courage necessary to face this terrifying question head-on. Readers of whatever color and political persuasion will find in The Camp of the Saints (already a bestseller in France & America) a hypnotically readable novel of compelling power that will disturb, provoke and horrify them by turns. And so powerful is its impact that once you have read it you will need brain surgery to forget it.

    Will look for a copy today.


  34. Mal says:

    Alec, “what will happen when the teeming billions of the so-called Third World descend locust-like…”? The intelligent ones (you know, the Right…..:-)…. will probably have discovered a better planet and gone there.


  35. alec says:

    @Mal, haven’t read the book yet – maybe AOW will have something to say. In general though, it’s not always the best and brightest which survive regime changes…


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