36643Re: Fercher, Bondarev and the giant sucking sound
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Robert Mason <robertsmason_99@... wrote:
> And Fercher was not the only one to make this[...]
> prophecy. Bondarev wrote (in *The Crisis of
> Civilisation*): "Rudolf Steiner warned that
> the situation might come where the Germans are
> driven out of their native land and scattered
> over the entire earth. If we understand the
> dark spirit that rules in our time, we can say
> that the realization of this plan is already
> conceivable. It is enough to activate the
> radical Right-wing parties in Germany a little
> and unleash a corresponding campaign in the
> world-press - and under general expressions of
> approval the Morgenthau-Plan will be realized,
> or the Germans will be scattered over the other
> lands and continents.
> I once mentioned this prophecy to a German= = = = = = = = =
> Anthroposophist, and he replied that the
> Germans are already scattered like Gypsies. I
> think he was probably referring to the massive
> emigration of Germans to places such as the USA
> in the past few centuries. But I don't think
> that this emigration was the scattering
> that Fercher, Steiner, Goethe, and Trithemius
> were predicting...
> It seems that this "scattering" still lies in
> the future...
Do not be so sure. If the Morgenthau Plan
was sufficient to constitute "radar screen
material," then the out-scattering of Europeans
and the resultant hollowing out of a cultural
region as is happening apace would certainly
be considered of equally momentous significance.
June 6, 2007
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Europeans' Flight from Europe
by Paul Belien
Last year more than 155,000 Germans emigrated from their native
Since 2004 the number of ethnic Germans who leave each year is
greater than the number of immigrants moving in. While the emigrants
are highly motivated and well educated, 'those coming in are mostly
poor, untrained and hardly educated,' says Stephanie Wahl of the
German Institute for Economics.
In a survey conducted in 2005 among German university students, 52
percent said they would rather leave their native country than remain
there. By 'voting with their feet,' young, educated Germans affirm
that Germany has no future to offer them and their children.
As one couple who moved to the United States told the newspaper Die
Welt: 'Here our children have a future in which they will not have to
fear unemployment and social decline.'
There are two main reasons why so-called 'ethno-Germans' emigrate.
Some complain that the tax rates in Germany are so high that it is no
longer worthwhile working for a living there. Others indicate they no
longer feel at home in a country whose cultural appearance is
The situation is similar in other countries in Western Europe.
Since 2003, emigration has exceeded immigration to the Netherlands.
In 2006, the Dutch saw more than 130,000 compatriots leave. The rise
in Dutch emigration peaked after the assassinations of Pim Fortuyn
and Theo van Gogh.
This indicates that the flight from Europe is related to a loss of
confidence in the future of nations which have taken in the Trojan
horse of Islamism, but which, unlike the Trojans, lack the guts to
Elsewhere in Western Europe immigration currently still surpasses
emigration, though emigration figures are rising fast.
In Belgium the number of emigrants surged by 15 percent in the past
In Sweden, 50,000 people packed their bags last year -- a rise of 18
percent compared to the previous year and the highest number of
Swedes leaving since 1892. In the United Kingdom, almost 200,000
British citizens move out every year.
Americans who think that the European welfare state is the model to
follow would do well to ponder the question why, if Europe is so
wonderful, Europeans are fleeing from it. European welfare systems
are redistribution mechanisms, taking money from skilled and educated
Europeans in order to give it to nonskilled newcomers from the Third
Gunnar Heinsohn, a German sociologist at the University of Bremen,
warns European governments that they are mistaken if they assume that
qualified young ethnic Europeans will stay in Europe.
'The really qualified are leaving,' Mr. Heinsohn says. 'The only
truly loyal towards France and Germany are those who are living off
the welfare system, because there is no other place in the world that
offers to pay for them...It is no wonder that young, hardworking
people in France and Germany choose to emigrate,' he explains.
'It is not just that they have to support their own aging population.
If we take 100 20-year-olds [in France or Germany], then the 70
[indigenous] Frenchmen and Germans also have to support 30 immigrants
of their own age and their offspring. This creates dejection in the
local population, particularly in France, Germany and the
Netherlands. So they run away.'
On Monday Francois Fillon, the new French prime minister, said
that 'Europe is not Eldorado,' emphasizing that his government
intends to curb immigration by those who only seek welfare benefits.
'Europe is hospitable, France is an immigration country and will
continue to be so, but it will only accept foreigners prepared to
integrate,' he stressed. Europe cannot afford to be 'Eldorado' for
foreigners any longer, because it has stopped being 'home' for
thousands of its own educated children, now eagerly looking for
opportunities to move to America, Canada, Australia or New Zealand --
white European nations outside Europe.
While the fertility rate in France is 1.9 children per woman, two out
of every five newborns in France are children of Arab or African
In Germany (fertility rate 1.37) 35 percent of all newborns have a
non-German background. Paradoxically, fertility rates in Turkey,
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, etc., are lower than among immigrants from
these countries in Europe.
'A woman in Tunisia has on average 1.7 children. In France she has
six because the French government pays her to have them,' Mr.
'Of course, the money was never intended to benefit Tunisian women in
particular, but French women will not touch this money, whereas the
Tunisian women are only too happy to...For Danish and German women
the welfare benefits are too low to be attractive. Not so for the
immigrants. So, what we see in England, France, Germany and the
Netherlands are immigrant women who take low-paid jobs which they
supplement with public benefits. It is not a fantastic income but
sufficient for them,' he said.
Europe's welfare system is causing a perverse process of population
replacement. If the Europeans want to save their culture, they will
have to slay the welfare state.
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August 23, 2007
196,000 out, 574,000 in: Record numbers leaving Britain for new life
abroad - as immigration to UK soars
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