Angela Merkel has reportedly reversed her previous ‘we can do it’ stance on taking in multitudes of ‘refugees.’ Now she says ‘Repatriation, repatriation, and more repatriation‘ is the most important thing.
Steve Sailer and commenters discuss it here.
Does she mean it? Did she mean it several years ago when she said that “multiculturalism is a failure“? Actions, remember, speak louder than words, especially when the words are coming from a politician. Remember that there was a chorus of globalist politicians back in 2011 saying, almost word-for-word, what Merkel said. Did they all have some kind of simultaneous, coincidental epiphany? Or was it orchestrated, calculated, for effect? Gee, what do you think? Oddly enough, as soon as the words were out of their mouths, it was back to business as usual.
Of course if you read the fine print back then, when they started parroting these scripted statements for the benefit of us rubes, they were not conceding that multiculturalism was wrong and destructive, but that what was needed was more ‘integration and assimilation’ of the foreigners.
Sarkozy’s statement comes after Prime Minister Mr Cameron said last week that public money should not be handed to ethnic groups who did not share British values.
He called for an end to the ‘passive tolerance’ of divided communities and said members of all faiths must integrate into wider society and accept core values.”
‘Integration, integration, and more integration’ were the magic words back in 2011. The fact that things have only worsened since then has never caused the globalist politicians to change course, not really. And yet, people are easily gulled by them into believing that they mean it when they make some forked-tongued statement that sounds good to the uncritical listener. Even Marine Le Pen was fooled, apparently:
[David Cameron’s] remarks were praised by the leader of the French National Front Marine Le Pen, who said Mr Cameron’s views proved that he supported her far right-wing party’s ideals.
She said: ‘I sense an evolution at European level, even in classic governments. I can only congratulate him.’ “
I think it’s best to hold the congratulations this time around, pending some evidence that Merkel meant what she said. Likewise with other pols. Watch what they do, not what they say.