Angela Merkel tells EU countries to take more refugees


The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, looks set for victory in her campaign to press Europe into a new system of sharing refugees after France caved in to a proposed new quotas system and Brussels unveiled plans to quadruple the number of people spread across most of the EU.

In a major policy speech on Europe’s worst migration emergency, Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European commission, is to table proposals next Wednesday for the mandatory sharing of 160,000 refugees between 25 of the EU’s 28 countries.

Britain, Ireland and Denmark are exempted from having to take part, but Dublin has already agreed to participate and David Cameron is under increasing pressure for Britain to pull its weight as the migration crisis escalates with scenes of chaos and misery on Europe’s borders.

Berlin and Paris have sought to maintain a common position for weeks, but the French equivocated on the key issue of binding quotas. On Thursday, the president, François Hollande, aligned himself with Merkel’s drive for compulsory EU sharing of refugees.

Merkel announced from Switzerland that both sides had agreed a common platform and Hollande said there should be a “permanent and obligatory mechanism” for receiving refugees in the EU.

“The president and the chancellor have today decided to forward joint proposals on the organisation of the reception of refugees and a fair sharing in Europe,” said the Élysée Palace.

Germany, along with the European commission, has been pushing hard for a new mandatory system since May when Juncker tabled much more modest proposals for the compulsory sharing of 40,000 bona fide asylum-seekers over two years. A summit of EU leaders in June rejected the quotas, saying they could only be voluntary and eventually agreeing to share only 32,000.

The east European countries and Spain were the main opponents. Four east European prime ministers are to meet on Friday to consider their positions. Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish prime minister, reiterated his opposition to quotas in Berlin this week.

But the speed of developments on the ground is dictating political responses. Donald Tusk, who chairs EU summits as president of the European council, said the EU should agree to share at least 100,000 refugees. In June, he opposed the quotas system. The proposed figures – 100,000 to 160,000 – refer merely to a mandatory quotas system, beyond the much higher numbers of asylum claims that the countries will have to process in any case. Germany alone expects 800,000 this year.


as an EU member you will be made to take them..and we dont care what you say..

Germany, along with the European commission, has been pushing hard for a new mandatory system”

how about this for a revolutionary idea..instead of stopping the migrants from getting about you stop bombing the countries they are fleeing from??? *lightbulb moment


~ by seeker401 on September 5, 2015.

55 Responses to “Angela Merkel tells EU countries to take more refugees”


  2. and the Kalergi plan on b hard and functioning…

    Great, Washington D.C., Israel & rulers (jewish) elite, good job! One shot, two tasks fulfilled: a. take the Middle East and its resources + apply the destruction plan for the Europeans…

  3. Jew-whipped Merkel going along with white genocide…


    • The arrival of hundreds of thousands of immigrants to Europe and the United States in the middle of the current economic and social crises now threaten to push civilization that much closer to the precipice. Unsurprisingly, that has been the plan all along.

      The artificially created need to host hundreds of thousands of refugees was preceded by multiculturalism and a false call for cultural, gender and social equality that sought to establish conditions in which culture, real culture, was obliterated.

      The cultural balkanization of the West is a concerted effort which involves political, social and religious figures. An example of this is Pope Francis calling for the creation of a New World Order, the same type of rhetoric we hear from the United Nations, European and American politicians and well-known corporate moguls.

      The idea of creating a new world order includes the forceful arrival of immigrants as it is now happening in Europe.


        “the founder and President for 49 years of the Paneuropean Union.”

        “In his book Praktischer Idealismus (Practical Idealism), he wrote:[41]
        “ The man of the future will be of mixed race. Today’s races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals. ”

        “ Instead of destroying European Jewry, Europe, against its own will, refined and educated this people into a future leader-nation through this artificial selection process. No wonder that this people, that escaped Ghetto-Prison, developed into a spiritual nobility of Europe. Therefore a gracious Providence provided Europe with a new race of nobility by the Grace of Spirit. This happened at the moment when Europe’s feudal aristocracy became dilapidated, and thanks to Jewish emancipation.”

        • The man of the future will be of mixed race. Today’s races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals.

  5. so many refugees at a time flooding Europe…hmmm…should that have something in common with this?

    • Some immigration is needed to prevent population decline in all countries and regions examined in the report. However, the level of immigration in relation to past experience varies greatly. For the European Union, a continuation of the immigration levels observed in the 1990s would roughly suffice to prevent total population from declining, while for Europe as a whole immigration would need to double. The Republic of Korea would need a relatively modest net inflow of migrants – a major change, however, for a country which has been a net sender until now. Italy and Japan would need to register notable increases in net immigration. In contrast, France, the United Kingdom and the United States would be able to maintain their total population with fewer immigrants than observed in recent years.



  8. it’s not really Merkel.. Merkel ‘s just following directives from the Boss – if she doesn’t comply – she’s out! (just like Jfk)


  10. The Refugee crisis was orchestrated in order to put Europe on its knees so that the TTIP would be signed.

    Shock therapy: “adopting unpopular measures free riding a big crisis”, Jeffrey Sachs 😉

    (very interesting article on the subject, though circumstancially)


    When Antje Jackelén won the election and became Sweden’s first female Archbishop, it was time for the next shock. As her motto, she chose “God is Greater” — “Allahu Akbar” in Arabic. Jackelén referred to 1 John 3:19-21, which says:

    “This is how we know that we belong to the truth and how we set our hearts at rest in his presence: If our hearts condemn us, we know that God is greater than our hearts, and he knows everything.”

    However, few believe the choice of motto is anything other than an open flirt with the Muslims of Sweden. In Islam, “Allahu Akbar” are the first words heard in every call to prayer, from every minaret around the world, and it is the cry we hear time and again in connection with Islamist suicide bombings, decapitations of non-Muslims, and terrorist attacks.

    The King, Queen and Crown Princess of Sweden attend the archiepiscopal ordination of Bishop Antje Jackelén at Uppsala Cathedral, June 15, 2014. (Image source: Church of Sweden)

    Archbishop Jackelén’s choice of a motto was not an exception; merely the most visible sign that the Church of Sweden may be headed towards “Chrislam” — a merging of Christianity and Islam. Swedish priests, noting the religious fervor among the Muslims now living in Sweden, enthusiastically take part in various interreligious projects. Last year, Stockholm’s Bishop, Eva Brunne, suggested removing the cross from the Seamen’s Church, enabling Muslims to pray there.


  13. great discussion here, James Corbett, Sibel Edmonds & Ph. Kovachevich:

    The Generators, Agent Provocateurs & Opportunists of the Refugee Crisis

  14. – 0:30 min


  16. min. 5:30h – since the negative birth rate of the Europeans…immigrants needed for the economic growth of Europe…


  18. needs a post, imo…

    • One of the very first advocates for multiculturalism was Horace Kallen. In 1915, Kallen wrote an essay titled Democracy versus The Melting Pot, where he refuted sociologist Edward A. Ross, a Darwinian, who argued that different groups would be in competition for resources (the term “melting pot” was actually coined by Israel Zangwill in 1908). Kallen advocated that ethnic groups should be allowed to remain a genetically and culturally cohesive group while participating in American democracy. Kallen is credited with coining the term “cultural pluralism”. It is also noteworthy that Kallen went on to be involved in several important Jewish organizations: The American Jewish Congress (AJCongress) and The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA). Kallen’s ideas became very popular in Zionist circles, especially with Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, who was a prominent leader in the American Zionist movement and the ZOA.

  19. ‘Undesirable NGOs’ Fund ISIS-linked Refugee Boats to EU

    NGO fleet bussing migrants into the EU has ties to George Soros…-ties-to-george-soros-hillary-clinton-donors/

    “The impression is difficult to avoid that the entire current mass refugee phenomenon, together with the NATO wars that trigger them in places like Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, is part of a far larger and far more sinister design and that the money of George Soros, the character behind virtually every US State Department and CIA-backed Color Revolution since the 2000 toppling of Slobodan Milosevic in Belgrade, is right in the middle of it.”

    It suggested that his NGOs were at least indirectly complicit in projects that were destroying the social stability of the EU much as Soros’ NGOs did in Ukraine in 2014 and before.”


    I hope the prosecutor doesn’t suffer a car crash or something…

  21. General Thomas PM Barnett-s Five Flows of Globalisation, Wikistrat

  22. lol, as always, it’s all about the Money ;):
    take more credit so that all, cough-cough (the Banksters) are happier 😉

    feb. 2016

    George Soros: The EU ought to borrow money to pay for ‘surge funding’ for refugees
    A large, upfront payment would help more than the same amount of money spread over years


    Soros: ‘Xenophobic’ EU Countries Must Take On Massive Debt To Pay For Refugees

    Chris Menahan
    Feb. 18, 2016

    In an editorial released Wednesday, George Soros said the European Union faces “mortal danger” and must “urgently” use their “AAA credit rating” to take on massive debt so that their refugees can be provided with “formal employment opportunities, health care, and education,” lest the EU continue “coming apart at the seams.”

    Soros writes in “The Case for Surge Funding”:
    Important progress was made at the donors’ conference for Syrian refugees convened in London on Feb. 4. But much more remains to be done.

    The international community is still vastly underestimating what is needed to support refugees, both inside and outside the borders of the European Union. To deal with the refugee crisis, while putting the EU’s largely unused AAA borrowing capacity to better use, requires a paradigm shift.

    Rather than scraping together insufficient funds year after year, it is time to engage in “surge funding.” Spending a large amount of money up front would be far more effective than spending the same amount over several years. Front-loading the spending would allow us to address the most dangerous consequences of the crisis — including anti-immigrant sentiment in receiving countries and despondency and marginalization among refugees — more effectively. Making large initial investments would help tip the economic, political, and social dynamics away from xenophobia and disaffection, and toward constructive outcomes that benefit refugees and the recipient countries alike.Translation: you must bankrupt your countries even further or else we’ll call you racist “xenophobes” for not wanting to be overrun by foreigners going on raping sprees. Surge funding has been used often to finance immunization campaigns. The International Finance Facility for Immunization (IFFIm), which borrows against future government contributions to immunization programs, has raised billions of dollars over the past several years to ensure that vaccination campaigns are successful as soon as possible. In the long run, this is more effective than spending the same amount of money in yearly installments. IFFIm provides a convincing precedent for the current crisis.

    A sudden large influx of refugees can cause panic that affects the general population, the authorities, and, most destructively, the refugees themselves. The panic breeds a false sense that refugees are a burden and a danger, resulting in expensive and counter-productive measures, like erecting fences and walls and concentrating refugees into camps, which in turn breeds frustration and desperation among the refugees. If the global community could fund large-scale, concentrated programs to address the problem, the general public and the refugees would be reassured.See, it’s not that the general population has legitimate grievances as a result of the refugees committing mass molestation and crime, they’re just in a state of “panic” because they’re xenophobic bigots, a panic which can only be solved by giving the “refugees” more money, because like he said, the damage they face due to the “false sense” they’re a “burden and a danger” is what’s “most destructive.” Just go deeper into debt to save these people while your own countrymen suffer. A surge in spending is needed both in Europe and in frontline states like Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. The necessary investments include an overhaul of the EU’s asylum policy and improvement of its border controls. In frontline states, money is needed to provide refugees with formal employment opportunities, health care, and education. If life for refugees is made tolerable in frontline countries, and they believe that an orderly process is in place for gaining entry to Europe, they are more likely to wait their turn, rather than rushing to Europe and overwhelming the system. Similarly, if the refugee crisis can be brought under control, the panic will subside and the European public will be less prone to support anti-migrant policies.They’ll integrate fine if you just give them more money. Also, the more you give them the less will come. Jordan could provide a test case. A country of 9.5 million people, it is providing refuge to 2.9 million non-citizens, including 1.27 million Syrians, and facing the influx of additional Syrians uprooted by Russian bombing. A combination of massive upfront direct financial assistance, enhanced trade preferences, and temporary debt relief is needed. A successful program for Jordan could demonstrate the international community’s ability to bring the refugee crisis under control, opening the way to similar programs for other frontline states, adjusted on a case-by-case basis, depending on local conditions.It “could” work out great, but so far Jordan is going to s**t.The approach suggested here would cost more than EU member states can afford out of current budgets. A minimum of 40 billion euros ($45 billion) needs to be spent annually in the next three to five years; but even larger amounts would be justified to bring the migration crisis under control. In fact, so far, lack of adequate financing is the main obstacle to implementation of successful programs in any of the frontline countries, particularly in Turkey. While Germany has an unallocated budget surplus of 6 billion euros ($6.8 billion), other EU countries are running deficits. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble has proposed a pan-European fuel tax, but that would demand either unanimous agreement or a coalition of the willing.How dare those Germans try to hold onto the money they’ve earned through their own hard work. Everything would work out great if they would just be like every other country and bankrupt themselves with mountains of debt so I can short them for huge profits.This enhances the merits of having recourse to the EU’s largely unused AAA credit. The migration crisis poses an existential threat to the EU. Indeed, with the north pitted against the south, and the east confronting the west, the EU is coming apart at the seams. When should the EU’s AAA credit be mobilized if not at a moment when the EU is in mortal danger? It is not as if there is no precedent for this approach; throughout history, governments have issued bonds in response to national emergencies.

    Tapping the AAA credit of the EU, rather than taxing consumption, has the additional advantage of providing much-needed economic stimulus for Europe. The amounts involved are large enough to be of macroeconomic significance, especially as they would be spent almost immediately and produce a multiplier effect. A growing economy would make it much easier to absorb immigrants, whether refugees or economic migrants. In short, surge funding is a win-win initiative, and it must be undertaken urgently.Got that, Europeans? Going into debt to support foreigners will actually help your economy. It’s a win-win; you get all the debt and the refugees get all the money.

    Here’s a better idea: admit it was a horrible idea from the get-go, apologize to your people, and kick the migrants the hell out.

    If you actually want to help these people, rather than destabilize the entirety of Europe in the name of “multiculturalism,” set up a safe-zone in Syria or elsewhere in the middle east for a fraction of the cost and help them out in their own lands.

  23. …as we know it is…

    Why They want to REPLACE YOU

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