Why it is difficult to respect Europeans


Why it is difficult to respect Europeans    by Mustang.

Mustang who also spins some great tales at Fix Bayonets and Thoughts From Afar

Ah, the Europeans … who, bless their little pea-pick ‘in hearts, seem to solidify into but two classes of human beings. In the first, we find those who tired of the tyranny of so-called noble aristocracy and moved … dare I suggest it? … to America. In America, they became frontiersmen, soldiers, sailors, farmers, entrepreneurs, politicians, judges, engineers, teachers, factory workers, miners, doctors, restaurateurs, steelworkers, cabbies, and dry-goods merchants. They were folks who made substantial contributions to America’s growth —and it is for this reason that we should take great pride in their accomplishments. The European emigre is part of the story of America.

Conversely, in the second group, we discover those who elected to stay behind, to do as they were told —including permitting themselves to be drawn into two horrific world wars, who believed that republican democracy and civic virtue was much too difficult, and that getting free stuff at everyone else’s expense was a pretty neat idea, even at the expense of their own economic and philosophical emancipation —who today have evolved into the kind of human beings that would never in a million years question anything their respective governments tell them. Somehow, in the dynamic of social evolution, they convinced themselves that their lives must surely benefit all of mankind —even if that means standing idly by while foreign swine rape their women and pillage their communities. It truly is amazing.

But, if for today we are only considering the de-evolution of Germany, then we should recognize that this one country has had a robust relationship with Moslem countries since the late 19th Century when the Germans ruled over substantial Islamic populations.

In this relationship, the Germans sought to use Islam as a tool of control, even including the recognition of Sharia courts, Islamic endowments, support of madrasas, and recognition of Islamic holidays and festivals. In these days, German officials ruled their Islamic holdings through Moslem intermediaries, who in this way, gave legitimacy to German occupation. In 1898, during his visit to the tomb of Saladin, Wilhelm II declared Germany as a friend to the world’s (then) 300 million Islamacists.

Subsequently, Germany mobilized Moslems living in British, French, and Russian territories to aid them during World War I. Although Germany failed to spread Jihad in 1914, German strategists nevertheless maintained a strong interest in Islamic geopolitics. It was a strategy revisited by the Germans during World War II—including Eberhard von Stoher’s suggestion that Germany adopt an extensive Islam program. Such a program was in fact created in late 1941, and which enlisted the support and participation of the Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husayni. Germany regarded the Moslems as a source of authority that would legitimize their involvement in the Third Reich, and even justify Islamic violence toward non-German infidels. To cement this relationship, Germany instructed German soldiers to respect Islamic traditions. Moreover, the Germans made extensive use of religious policies, ordered the construction of mosques, prayer halls, and madrasas. Similar programs were established in the Balkans, and Moslems were continuously reminded that the Bolsheviks were mostly their hated enemy, the Jews. In the Crimea, General Erich von Manstein demanded that Islamists eradicate the Jewish-Bolshevik wherever they may be found. Both the Wehrmacht and SS regarded the Islamists as welcome allies.

In the Balkans in 1943, Manstein continually consulted with Islamic officials. For their part, the Moslems hoped that Germany would assist them in establishing an Islamic state in the region. Having intensified partisan hatred of Germany, the plan to co-opt Moslems backfired; violence escalated, resulting in the death of a quarter of a million Islamists.

The wholesale murder of Europe’s Gypsies involved Muslims directly. According to one first-hand account, “The gypsies arrived en masse on carriages at the Talmud-Thora Building. For some reason, they raised a green flag, the symbol of Islam, and put a mullah at the head of their procession. The gypsies tried to convince the Germans and Moslems that they were not gypsies; some claimed to be Tatars, others to be Turkmens. But their protests were disregarded and they were all exterminated.”

According to Professor David Motadel at the University of Edinburgh, Hitler lamented to Martin Bormann in the final months of the war that Germany’s efforts to fully mobilize the Moslems had failed because the Islamacists were not strong enough … and had the movement succeeded, “just think of what we could have done to help them, even to incite them, as would have been both our duty and our interest.”

History is interesting, is it not? It should lead us now to wonder what is going on within Angela Markel’s inner circles as it relates to massive and uninterrupted Moslem migrations to Germany.

B-Ville has added this video. It was done in 2009. Chilling.

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18 Responses to “Why it is difficult to respect Europeans”

  1. Baysider Says:

    Fascinating history – knew little about it in the pre-WW2 era. Nice to you read your writings again.

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  2. Can Anyone Still Respect Europe? | END TIMES PROPHECY Says:

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  3. Always On Watch Says:

    Sounds to me as if Europe is reaping what she has sown — or been trying to sow — for a century now.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I think Germany is going to be in for a surprise…

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        that’s the kicker! Many Germans get this horrible situation and many will still vote for Merkel ….!! As you know, it’s a different system than ours, and parties join together…..
        By the way, I believe the election is any week now…and it’s on a SUNDAY…no registration days before, no absentee ballots…and they vote with an ID card so it can’t be used again…..so far superior to ours.
        Except their outcome!!!

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    • geeez2014 Says:

      the German election is this Sunday, as a matter of fact

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  4. geeez2014 Says:

    My Armenian grandmother lived through the genocide with stories like when German engineers working in Turkey gave their German engineer uniforms to her brothers who were able to escape because of it.

    I hated the very idea of a EU….and we are reaping the havoc from it; open borders, no passports…”come one, come all”.
    In Germany until 10 years ago, one NEVER felt any threat, any particular intrusion by muslims.
    In France, the higher up the muslim classes go, the less muslim they are…it’s the poor muslims who cling to fundamentalism and do violence. That’s been going on looong before it started in Germany. LONG before. And it’s mostly , or was, in the suburbs, not the big French cities.

    Until muslims start marching against jihadists, islamists, whatever, the threats from fundamentalists will continue to get worse..there in Europe and here.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      So well said Z. Thanks…

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  5. bunkerville Says:

    Great history lesson Mustang. After watching the video, maybe we are better off with the fertile Mexicans who tend to be catholic. Pick your poison.

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  6. GP Cox Says:

    They envy and ridicule – until they need us.

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    • Mustang Says:

      People living in France are not, of course, of one mind … but I found the French to observe American politics only as something to talk about with like-minded people. Beyond conversations among themselves, I did not get the impression that many French actually cared one way or another about what goes on within our borders. Only one individual asked me about Trump —to which I responded, I would rather you ask me about Clinton.

      The British people are clearly in two camps: rabid socialists, and those who are so used to doing whatever it is they are told that they’ve become nonchalant about America’s problems and focus more on the taxing abuse of Parliament. As with the US, the United Kingdom has both liberal and conservative regions. The French and British have yet to figure out Trump, but then, neither have we.

      The Spanish in the northern regions are about as laid back as any society I’ve ever seen. It is actually fun to go to a café and not hear a single conversation about politics. There seem to be two camps there: royalists and everyone else. What really counts in Northern Spain is football. People in Madrid would happily give away their country to Moslem invasion, insofar as it didn’t result in any curtailment of their benefits —but of course, Moslems used to control Iberia anyway—it may be a DNA issue.

      Germany, I fear, is lost to western values.

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      • GP Cox Says:

        I have always hated politics – Spain sounds like they might have the right idea!! We need more football!!!!!

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      • Mustang Says:

        I loved Galacia, Spain … I want to go back there again–and soon!

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  7. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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    • Mustang Says:

      Thank you …

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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  8. bydesign001 Says:

    Excellent post, Mustang.
    Merkel, I suspect, is confident that the third time is the charm.
    What an absolutely frightening thought.
    Thank you for the history lesson.

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    • Mustang Says:

      Thank you for your kind comment.

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