EUROPE is facing the world’s biggest enemy invasion since World War II and at least one country is looking to destroy itself by bringing in thousands of the same kind of Muslim illegals who have wreaked havoc on the EU, bringing crime, terrorism, misogyny, economic dependency, and swarms of child rapists.
News AU (h/t David Y) Hungary sealed off a railway terminal to stem the influx of people from war-torn countries trying to reach western Europe. Bulgaria is building a wall to keep would-be migrants out, and there are plans for the British to do the same in the French port city of Calais on the other side of the Channel. Greece, already gripped by economic crisis, is seeing violence flare as authorities struggle to accommodate the Muslim invaders.
But there is one country where people not only want to welcome refugees, they are actually calling for more. Iceland is seeing a massive surge in public and bipartisan support for a larger intake of Muslim invaders than its government originally set.
The Icelandic government announced last week it was prepared to take in 50 Muslims seeking asylum from countries such as Syria and Afghanistan over the next two years — but after overwhelming pressure from the public and both sides of politics, that quota could soon swell into the thousands.
At the heart of the push is a Facebook campaign by prominent Icelandic author Bryndis Bjorgvinsdottir, which in just 24 hours inspired 11,000 Icelanders to offer up their homes to people seeking asylum. And that’s a significant feat in the small island nation of just 300,000 people.
“I think people have had enough of seeing news stories from the Mediterranean and refugee camps of dying people and they want something done now,” Bjorgvinsdottir told Icelandic television channel RUV.
In an open letter on Facebook to Iceland’s social affairs minister Eygló Harðardóttir, in which she urged for a greater response to the humanitarian crisis, Ms Bjorgvinsdottir said refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war were “human resources” with experiences and skills that could benefit Iceland.
“They are our future
spouses rapists, best friends enemies, the next soulmate wifebeater, a drummer (Islam bans music) for our children’s band, the next colleague welfare leech, Miss (beheaded) Iceland in 2022, the carpenter who finally finishes the bathroom (turning it into a sharia-compliant bathroom for Muslims only), the cook in the school’s halal-compliant cafeteria, a fireman firebomber and television Islamic indoctrination host,” she wrote.
“People of whom we’ll never be able to say in the future: ‘Your life is worth less than my life’.” (But your life IS less than theirs because you are not a Muslim. It’s in the quran. Read it)
In reference to the thousands of Muslim invaders who have drowned desperately trying to cross the Mediterranean, Ms Bjorgvinsdottir urged Iceland to “open the gates”.
She said she knew someone who could house five Syrian refugees and requested work permits, residents papers and “basic human rights” in exchange for paying for their flight and helping them integrate into society. (They never integrate)
One of the 11,000 volunteers, Hekla Stefansdottir, posted in response: “I’m a single mother with a six-year-old son (fresh meat for Muslim paedophiles who don’t consider child rape a crime) ... We can take a child in need. I’m a teacher and would teach the child to speak, read and write Icelandic and adjust to Icelandic society. (In your dreams, idiot)
“We have clothes, a bed, toys and everything a child needs. I would of course pay for the aeroplane ticket.” (SUCKER!)
Following the overwhelming response, Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson said he would appoint a special committee of ministers to discuss raising the country’s refugee quota.
“It has been our goal in international politics to be of help in as many areas as possible and this is one of the areas where the need is most right now,” he said.
But some smart countries, such as Slovakia and the Czech Republic, object to binding quotas.
Slovak prime minister Robert Fico said: “We strongly reject any quotas … If a mechanism for automatic redistribution of migrants is adopted, then we will wake up one day and have 100,000 people from the Arab world and that is a problem I would not like Slovakia to have.
“We are prepared to do what is needed and what is within our possibilities, for people who really need help, separate them from economic migrants.”
The head of the UN refugee agency, Antonio Guterres, said last week the Europe Union’s asylum system was “completely dysfunctional” and urged the bloc to better coordinate its response to the influx of refugees.
Germany is currently leading Europe for taking in asylum seekers, receiving more than 73,000 first-time asylum claims in the first three months of this year alone and are expecting a total of 800,000 in 2015.