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EU Economic Crisis

Post  T.J. Donatello on Tue May 15, 2012 3:47 am

In a lot of places in Europe - especially Greece, Italy, and Spain - we are seeing economic problems. It is ugly.

What I find scary is that these Mediterranean countries are just across the pond from places like Egypt and Libya and Algeria: countries with huge Muslim populations and have recently gotten a taste for blood in their countries' civil wars.

Who is to say that the Barbary pirates may not return and conduct raids against coastal towns in Greece or Italy or Spain? If they are not operating under a civil government directive, there can be no diplomatic action used to punish their country of origin.

The economic crisis in all the pan-European countries in the world worries me. (For the record, not just because of Islam, but because the world's Europeans have not been having enough children and we risk becoming minorities in so many places that our countries could disintegrate) Without a healthy economy it will be much harder to defeat the Islamic revolutionaries.

PS - By the way, polka23dot, congratulations on finding us some more members!

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Post  polka23dot on Tue May 15, 2012 10:47 am

@TonoFonseca
I do not share your concerns. Muslim piracy in the Mediterranean Sea would not do much harm to European economy, but it would give more power to Europeans who want to defend their civilization. I am a tree-hugger, so I am glad that Europeans and
Japanese have few children. We are not vermin, so we should not compete with anyone by having lots of children. We should use our brains to solve our problems. Our main problem is our stupidity. We are so stupid that we welcome Muslims invaders. Weak European economy is a strong argument against European policy of open borders.

Our Templars organization has fizzled out. The future Europe will be either Islamic or Nazi because the only Europeans who oppose Muslim invasion of Europe are the Nazis. Either way, Western Civilization will decline. Mongoloids (Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans) will rule the world because they are smarter than Caucasians.


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Post  T.J. Donatello on Wed May 16, 2012 3:46 am

The Templars is fizzling out? My ass it is; we have ten members now!

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We must support Israel!

Post  TheresNoSatanButAllah on Wed May 16, 2012 3:52 pm


No it's not... in fact the Nazis are in a shit position. They hate the jews and hate the muslims... in case of israel they support the muslims, in case of europe they hate both... that's idiocy.

Israel is our ally! We must support Israel and the jews in europe because they are our brothers!

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Post  polka23dot on Wed May 16, 2012 4:59 pm

TheresNoSatanButAllah wrote:Israel is our ally! We must support Israel and the jews in europe because they are our brothers!

Arabic proverb says "first comes Saturday, then Sunday." It means that Arabs are going to exterminate Jews before they exterminate Christians. Jihad against Israel is part of the global jihad. We have to defend Israel in order to defend our Western homelands. I am not Jewish, but I am passionate supporter of Israel. I like Jews because they are smart and because all smart people are good people. About 40% of Israeli Jews are secular and they are indistinguishable from Europeans.
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robby99764 wrote: I think everyone wants the muslims gone etc. but no-one besides Breivik is willing to get off their ass (including me) and do something extreme and/or useful about it
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Most Americans believe a global conflict is raging between Islam and the West. source: http://www.wnd.com/2012/05/huge-numbers-think-islam-in-conflict-with-west/?cat_orig=faith

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Re: EU Economic Crisis

Post  polka23dot on Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:01 pm

economic boom and bust crises: http://www.salon.com/2013/10/14/greed_destroyed_us_all_george_w_bush_and_the_real_story_of_the_great_recession/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

Warren Buffett didn't become one of the greatest investors of our generation by investing in gold... In Buffett's opinion, gold is lazy and has no place in an investor's portfolio. source: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/09/13/hold-for-legal-why-warren-b uffett-hates-gold.aspx

Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) has swept through Germany like a tornado, winning 12.6% of the vote in Brandenburg and 10.6% in Thuringia... “Until recently, no openly Eurosceptic party in Germany has been able to galvanize opponents of European 'bail-outs’... There has long been anger in Germany over the direction of EMU politics, with a near universal feeling that German taxpayers are being milked to prop up southern Europe, but dissidents were until now scattered. “AfD appears to enjoy a disciplined leadership, and is a well-funded party appealing to conservatives more broadly, beyond its europhobe core..” AfD has almost destroyed the center-Right Free Democrats (FDP), and is also eating into the far-Left of the Linke party. The new movement calls for an “orderly break-up” of monetary union, either by dividing the euro into smaller blocs or by returning to national currencies. “Germany doesn’t need the euro, and the euro is hurting other countries. A return to the D-mark should not be a taboo...” Party leader Bernd Lucke is a professor of economics at Hamburg University. His right-hand man is Hans-Olaf Henkel, former head of Germany’s industry federation. Attempts to discredit the party as a Right-wing fringe group have failed. source: https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/germanys-ukip-threatens-paralyse-eurozone-215057476.html

Public support for a united Europe fell sharply last year... Wherever possible, progressives push for European-style action in areas such as curbing carbon emissions and rapidly converting to “green” energy. Yet these policies are not working. The one large relatively fast-growing economy in Europe (excluding Turkey) is Poland. Several years ago Germany and the Netherlands were exemplars as opposed to the much-disdained PIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain). But German growth rates have plummeted, going negative in the last quarter, along with France and Italy. More stagnation is likely as energy costs surge and key export markets, notably in Russia and China, begin to contract. Today, the “sick man” of Europe is not any one country, or collection of countries; the “sick man of Europe” is Europe. Europe’s poor economy stems in large part from policy. The strong welfare state so admired by progressives here has also made Europe a very expensive place to do business. High taxes and welfare costs, long tolerable in an efficient economy like Germany, have a way of catching up with companies and countries. This has been particularly notable after the financial crisis; since 2008 the unemployment rate has shot up 5 percentage points while dropping steadily in the Untied States. The European-wide embrace of “green” energy policies has been tough particularly for manufacturers. Under Chancellor Merkel, Germany has embraced a massive shift to green energy that has helped raise electricity costs for companies by 60% over the past five years to double the rates in the United States... Chancellor Merkel has noted that “multi-culturalism” in Germany has “utterly failed.” Muslims in Europe drifting to ISIS is just one reflection of the continent’s weakness... More Czechs... believe in UFOs than in God. source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/joelkotkin/2014/09/25/the-sick-man-of-europe-is-europe/

More awful figures from the Eurozone: industrial production dropped 1.9% in the year to August. Economists had expected a 1.6% drop between July and August, but got a steeper 1.8% decline. A lot of that is driven by Germany's abysmal industrial figures. The powerhouse economy recorded a 4% drop between July and August. source: http://www.businessinsider.com/eurozone-industrial-production-october-2014-2014-10

It is only a matter of time before the stock market plunges by 50% or more, according to several reputable experts. source: www.moneynews.com/MKTNewsIntl/stock-market-crash-warren-buffett-indicator/2014/10/03/id/598461/

Bond markets are heading for a "perfect storm," according to Andrew Bosomworth, head of PIMCO's German portfolio management. source: http://www.businessinsider.com/pimco-perfect-storm-for-bond-markets-as-greek-yields-spike-again-2014-10

Oil prices continued their seemingly unstoppable slide, with Brent crude falling to $86 a barrel on Tuesday from a recent high of over $110 in June. source: http://www.businessinsider.com/prince-alwaleed-bin-talal-al-saud-warns-falling-oil-prices-a-catastrophe-2014-10

In October 2009 the incoming Greek government revealed that its budget deficit was not 6.7%, as publicly stated, but closer to 13%. The published accounts were as good as fakes... France and Italy are not only opposed to continuing austerity which they identify with Germany, but Paris has decided to openly flout the rules governing eurozone budgets. source: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-29702017

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