In a recent interview captured by The Guardian, Hillary Clinton said the most logical things that she has ever uttered, which were then followed up by comments highlighting her brazen disregard for sovereignty in the very same sentences. Yes, that’s the paradox of Hillary Clinton, with that globalist one world rhetoric permeating throughout, which ultimately made her lose the 2016 US presidential election, amongst numerous other scandals divulged in those emails from the Democratic National Committee.
The Guardian.com reports, that Hillary Clinton said, “I think Europe needs to get a handle on migration because that is what lit the flame” within regard to the rise of so-called “populism”, in a string of interviews with senior centrist political figures, on the right side of politics, in Europe and America.
Hillary Clinton stated, “I admire the very generous and compassionate approaches that were taken particularly by leaders like Angela Merkel, but I think it is fair to say Europe has done its part, and must send a very clear message – ‘we are not going to be able to continue provide refuge and support’ – because if we don’t deal with the migration issue it will continue to roil the body politic.”
Has Hillary Clinton finally come to her senses? Has she had some sort of epiphany? She did almost hit the nail right on the head there, didn’t she?
Hillary Clinton is absolutely right, since Europeans do not want their continent to become a socialist refuge camp, that continues to support and house migrants whose cultures do not align with that of original Europeans. Furthermore, having to sacrifice their own cultures for that of others, under the false guise of leftist political correctness, and then ultimately losing their own identities in the process, with an all censoring media, shunning the freedom of speech and the rights of original citizens.
But, there’s a few things to make clear, and that’s that the European Union alongside George Soros’ Open Society had conspired to flood European nations with unassimilated refugees and migrants, that has now changed the face of many European countries for decades to come, and even forever.
So, it’s a bit late to lament the rise of conservative politics, since that’s now here to stay and it’s now stronger than ever, and it will continue to grow, after the shambles of the European Union letting in over 1 million migrants into the EU since 2015 and onwards. Many of these migrants do not work and bring their whole families with them and live off of a system of socialist handouts in return for socialist votes.
This in the end, only affects the naturalised citizens who are the natural citizens or that came to these countries legally. The countries that bared the brunt of the worst of the migrant influx, must be noted as Germany, France, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Belgium and the list goes on. Sweden is now listed as the rape capital of the world, and rape gangs in the UK are causing havoc in communities that were once upon a time, considered British.
Many Eastern European nations have now reacted by not agreeing to EU migrant quotas, such as Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and many more, and rightly so! Plus, we think the rest of Europe should follow suit, or see a mass exodus of people to those nations in the future.
The problem is that many of these migrants from 2015, come from the Middle East and North Africa and beyond, most of whom are not suited to an integrated life in European culture, and many then make demands to make their country like their homelands, bringing with them an alien culture, which has also seen an escalation of rape, women not feeling safe outside at night, and people even being beaten by migrants, with attacks on local people of all races and creeds, plus a surge in knife crime and gun crime, drugs, homicide, and not to mention the very real threats of terrorism, spread via religious radicalisation.
To say that, “I admire the very generous and compassionate approaches that were taken particularly by leaders like Angela Merkel” is both very kind and ultimately foolish.
But, it was under Barack Obama’s administration, when Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State and then in 2013, when replaced by John Kerry, during a six year period where the bombings of no less than seven nations in the Middle East and Africa occurred, targeting Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, Libya and Syria, sending refugees and migrants to European shores by the hundreds of thousands over the course of the next few years.
Did Hillary Clinton forget, or did she just choose to overlook those facts? Other attendees and interviewees were Tony Blair and Matteo Renzi, with the former now agreeing that the migration issue posed significant problems for centrist politics. Tony Blair, the man that hunted WMDs in Iraq, that never even existed, said:
“You’ve got to deal with the legitimate grievances and answer them, which is why today in Europe you cannot possibly stand for election unless you’ve got a strong position on immigration because people are worried about it.”
Blair added, “You’ve got to answer those problems. If you don’t answer them then … you leave a large space into which the populists can march.”
Isn’t it so rich that now these globalist politicians come out after the fact, and say that you have to deal with the issue of migration and immigration, after they caused the issues in the first place? We don’t believe that people will forget that fact, either Tony…
Hillary Clinton then urged forces opposed to conservative politics in Europe and the US, to not neglect concerns about race and and identity, and then blamed Donald Trump for her losing the 2016 US election.
She said, “The use of immigrants as a political device and as a symbol of government gone wrong, of attacks on one’s heritage, one’s identity, one’s national unity has been very much exploited by the current administration here.”
She added, “There are solutions to migration that do not require clamping down on the press, on your political opponents and trying to suborn the judiciary, or seeking financial and political help from Russia to support your political parties and movements.”
Well, in order to hide the disasters of the migrant influx, there’s been a massive press suppression, massive censorship and also making people feel unwelcome in their own countries, as a result of the “war crimes” of said globalist politicians, you see?
Hillary Clinton said that people in the west have been met with “a psychological as much as political yearning to be told what to do, and where to go, and how to live and have their press basically stifled and so be given one version of reality.”
Yes, and isn’t that wrong? Europeans do not want to be told what to do, how to live and what to be able to say or not, and nor do Americans.
Then Hillary said, “The whole American system was designed so that you would eliminate the threat from a strong, authoritarian king or other leader and maybe people are just tired of it. They don’t want that much responsibility and freedom. They want to be told what to do and where to go and how to live … and only given one version of reality.”
Hillary Clinton then added, “I don’t know why at this moment that is so attractive to people, but it’s a serious threat to our freedom and our democratic institutions, and it goes very deep and very far and we’ve got to do a better job of shining a light on it and trying to combat it.”
Hillary Clinton then said that she despises Steve Bannon, whilst Matteo Renzi said that there’s a climate of hatred brewing in Italy, but perhaps that’s really down to the boatloads of thousands upon thousands of unruly African migrants, that were dropped off on Italian shores by George Soros’ non-profit organisations in trafficking them to there, with underhanded payments to black market human traffickers… Just maybe?
Seemingly, now globalist politicians want to come out and bemoan conservative politics in the face of the damaging environments created by themselves, changing European countries forever, due to their previous decisions. Now think about that, when you eat your Thanksgiving turkey throughout the weekend.
Story by The Narrator
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