Remember when I discussed the propaganda technique referred to as The Big Lie? To refresh your memory, what it essentially entailed was telling a lie so blatant, so obvious, and doing so so shamelessly and out in the open, that nobody could possibly fathom the idea that anyone could behave in such a way, and therefore naturally assume that it must in actuality be the truth somehow. Well, I’ve seen yet another example of it in action. I’ve mentioned before that Hungary is one of the countries in Europe that is most adamant about protecting its borders from African economic migrants, looking to come into Europe for free everything, and all the white women they can rape. I believe they have been so adamantly opposed because that is the will of the native Hungarian people. Well, I’ve come across an article that contradicts this view. The headline is literally
I’m intrigued. So lets read the actual article.
A thousand people demonstrated in downtown Budapest on Tuesday against a fence Hungary is building along its border with Serbia to keep out an accelerating flow of migrants entering from the south.
The rally, organized by civic groups, started from the city’s biggest church, Saint Stephen’s Basilica, under banners “Jesus was a migrant, too” and “My best friend is a migrant”.
The marchers walked to the neo-gothic Parliament building, where they demolished a 15-metre (16.4 yards) mock fence symbolizing the one being put up along the border, cutting the wire into pieces.
Wow, this sounds as if these protesters are serious.
The fence that Hungary started to construct on Monday will be four meters high and 175 kilometers (108.74 miles) long. The government says it is defending the European Union’s and its own borders, after registering more than 70,000 migrants so far this year, up from 43,000 all last year.
Numbers like that are unsustainable in my opinion. However, who am I to argue with the “Hungarian” people? Surely, they have the right to decide what Hungary does, not me.
The migrants come from poor or conflict-ridden countries like Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. Most travel on to wealthier parts of the European Union, but under EU rules those states are supposed to send illegal migrants back to Hungary if that is where they entered Europe.
Some do, and those who do should be looked after as genuine refugees. However, as has already been discussed time and time again, many people are leaving safe, but impoverished countries from Central Africa, and are deliberately taking advantage of the chaos in Libya to get to Europe and the welfare gravy train. But again, who am I to argue with the will of the “Hungarian” people?
Speakers at the rally said the fence would not keep people from fleeing war zones and the money spent on it was a waste. One of them, Edit Gyantar said the fence was “immoral”, after hundreds of thousands has moved into Western states from Eastern Europe for a better living.
“The money should be spent on aid,” said Agnes Hars, a demonstrator.
Yes, because as we know, all the trillions in aid the west has spent over the past few decades has brought so many vast benefits to the third world. Clearly, the third world countries are much more prosperous now that they were under colonialism, thanks to all that foreign aid. Just look at how much richer Zimbabwe is now than it was when it was Rhodesia. It has more trillionaires than any other country in the world.
A student from Germany, Johann Mahr, said all European nations had a responsibility to stop the suffering, “especially if it is caused by our foreign policy in the Middle East.”
What did Hungary do to the middle East exactly? Maybe Britain, the US, France, and Israel have a responsibility, but Hungary has done nothing wrong as far as I can see. Even then, why should the ordinary citizens of those responsible countries take responsibility for the actions of their governments?
“These people are not economic migrants as the government says … most of them are literally fleeing from situations that are absolutely horrible,” he said.
Just terrible. Can I get a picture of some of those outraged “Hungarians” who are protesting this fence?
I didn’t even have to search that photo out. It’s blatantly at the top of the article I linked to. It’s right below the headline that literally says that Hungarians are opposed to a fence to keep out migrants. I’m sorry, but do those men look like Hungarians to you? By a strange coincidence, they look more like the people that the fence is being built to keep out of Hungary.
Of course, it’s perfectly acceptable for the media to lie like this, because all white countries have had decades of post WW2 propaganda directed at them, demonising the idea of having pride in your ethnic heritage. We’re supposed to instead believe that anyone who shows up within our borders is every bit identical to us, and to deny all obvious reality would be racist. At the same time that the majorities in white countries are being conditioned to feel altruistic towards outsiders, and to feel individualistic regarding their links to their country and their ethnic kin, the outsiders are encouraged to take pride in their own heritage, and to unite with their own people. Hence, you have a situation like this, where people who are blatantly not Hungarians, are working towards the interest of their own people, at the expense of the actual Hungarians. The media cheerleads them for doing so, and the actual Hungarians are demonised as racists, if they behave the same way with regards to looking out for their own people.
This situation is happening all over Europe, as well as in European derived nations like America and Australia. White people need to put the well being of everyone else ahead of that of their own people, and everyone else must put their own people’s well being ahead of that of the white majority. How much more obvious can it get?