Europe’s most successful prime minster believes that the migration crisis can be ended and the tide reversed only by the decision making coming from elected assemblies which unlike the heads of the EU can be replaced by betrayed citizens.
The nations making up the European Union’s 27 states fall under the term collective irresponsibility. In fact, for monumental blunders on an epic scale each of these nations defence departments should be dismantled and its hapless operatives arrested; their bank accounts analysed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday his country won’t accept Afghan refugees because he doesn’t want to deal with militants masquerading as asylum-seekers. The Russian strongman slammed Western nations for placing Afghan refugees in countries even near his border while their US and European visas are being processed.
The mother of one of the 13 US servicemen who were killed in Thursday’s terrorist attack at the Kabul airport has called into a radio show to denounce President Joe Biden as a ‘feckless, dementia-ridden piece of crap.’
Profitable wars cannot be fought without the collaboration of the political elite, mainstream media propagandists and men in uniforms. Far distant from the front-lines the provocateurs never had to fight in the wars they invested in and then ignited.
Hungary will not accept Afghan migrants without any restrictions, secretary of state at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Levente Magyar, warned the EU on Monday.
What is the sinister motive behind Faceboot, YouTube and Twitter banning conservative subscribers including former US President Donald Trump from Twitter on the grounds of ‘inciting violence’ yet allowing the Taliban to carry on tweeting as they storm the presidential palace in Kabul?
Teeming thousands of desperate Afghans and others on the runway at Kabul airport has forced a German military plane to divert and refuel without evacuating anyone on the ground. Meanwhile, American-German Chancellor Angela Merkel bemoaned the lack of ‘success’ in Afghanistan.
The departure of American troops from Afghanistan is being lamented as a defeat. Not quite: Not from the point of view of the US military arms making complex and the political elite who invested in war. For them, the Afghan occupation has been a thunderous success. Trillions of taxpayer dollars have flowed through their budgets and profits over the two decades in which despite public cynicism and disapproval they successfully maintained the operation.
No sooner had the Taliban taken Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan with barely any resistance from the Western-trained and equipped security forces, and Western politicians are already lining up at television studios to declare their resolve to import hundreds of thousands of Afghans into their countries.