Europe made a ‘grave mistake’ on immigration – Kissinger

ER Editor:  But we already knew this, didn’t we? So did they when they spent years pushing illegal migrants into our countries.

Backchannels say that the real Kissinger isn’t even alive anymore. We view this as narrative-correction by “Kissinger” — use the Israeli situation to whip up fear in Europeans, and a demand for reversal of years of disastrous immigration policies. The same strategy is going on in the US to whip up fear there.

Arab terrorists, both from outside our countries and within, have been a secret weapon deployed by western intelligence services for years (Al Qaeda, ISIS/Daesh, etc.). It didn’t just start with the Israeli-Hamas situation.

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We’ve been seeing some prominent EU/NATO figures (MerkelHollande, StoltenbergBorrell and here, & Juncker) spill some truths over the last few months. This might be another one of them, against the elite’s terrible mass migration policies. All a strategy to empower public opinion to turn against a variety of globalist policy approaches.


Europe made a ‘grave mistake’ on immigration – Kissinger

Hamas-cheering protesters pose a threat to Europeans, the former US secretary of state has suggested


Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has said that nations in Europe were wrong to take in many people who are now supporting Hamas’ actions against Israel. Unless the militant group is punished for its hostage-taking, Europeans risk being targeted similarly, he warned.

In an interview published on Wednesday, Mathias Dopfner, the CEO of German media group Axel Springer, asked the veteran statesman about “Arabs celebrating” in the streets of Berlin after Hamas’ incursion into southern Israel last week. Kissinger, a Jewish survivor of the Holocaust, said he found such gestures of support for criminal acts “painful.”

“It was a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different cultural and religious concepts because it creates a pressure group inside each country that does that,” he noted.

Asked what Germany and the EU should do in the current situation, Kissinger said he expected “unconditional” political support for Israel – as well as military support if needed.

“There has to be some penalty; there has to be some serious limitation on their capability of taking this kind of action,” he said of Hamas tactics.

“I would say that every European nation has the same interest because the same attitude might erupt in the direction of Europe,” he warned.

Washington’s former top diplomat recalled peace talks that resolved the Yom Kippur War five decades ago, saying that Western nations and Israel were lucky to have an Arab leader “with a vision of the future” in Anwar Sadat, the former president of Egypt.

“I don’t think it is possible to find leaders among the Hamas group [with a similar vision],” he said, “I think Hamas should be excluded from a political role.”

Pro-Palestinian rallies were held in multiple European cities amid the escalation in the Middle East. In Berlin, police broke down a spontaneous demonstration on Saturday, which was associated with the NGO Samidoun. The German law enforcement said the protesters posed an “immediate threat to public safety” due to “anti-Israel” chants “glorifying violence.”

The German government was at the forefront of welcoming asylum-seekers during the 2015 influx, when some 1.3 million people arrived on the continent in just one year. Anti-migrant sentiments surged in many nations during the crisis, with some Eastern European members of the EU adopting policies to curb immigration.



Featured image, file photo of Kissinger: ROBERTO SCHMIDT / AFP


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