If it can happen in Germany, it will happen here.
According to the Daily Signal, a Hungarian intelligence analyst has warned that “thousands of Muslim soldiers” have arrived in Europe and are plotting an invasion.
Laszlo Foldi claimed that “this is not terrorism in its classic meaning” as they aim to form a “mass base in Europe” by creating political parties to introduce Shariah law to the continent. …
“So the situation is completely catastrophic from this point of view. And the reason for this – as we mentioned it many times – is the policy of open borders when innumerable masses arrived.
“About a year or a year and a half ago it was a taboo topic to even mention the possibility that terrorists can be mixed in with the migrants. …
“In the first place, get as many as possible well-trained soldiers into Europe and their primary task it to enlist the local Muslim population, those second or third generation Muslims who live in the ‘non-existent’ no-go zones.”
According to Eurostat, 1,321,560 asylum claims were made across Europe in 2015 with more than 476,000 of those made in Germany after Chancellor Angela Merkel opened the doors to refugees. …
“Why did they not go to the rich oil countries right in the neighbourhood? … “The oil countries are not letting them in because they know they are not capable of doing any useful jobs, but they also need a new mass base in Europe, once the oil runs out and they move over to Europe, to create political parties for them.
Donald Trump has his eyes open: avowed enemies of our civilization are going to act like our enemies, even if we roll out a red carpet for them.
Foldi is undoubtedly correct that Europe is basically paying Middle Eastern male combatants to inhabit European cities. But this is hardly a new problem when civilizations clash. The threats to one society posed by aggressive migration from another society is almost as old as human history itself.
The idea that “migration is warfare by other means” is the argument historian Martin van Creveld makes in an essay he wrote in 2015. I will not cite the entire essay, of course, but here is a taste, and the basic gist of Creveld’s argument.
As early as 1300 BC, “war and migration have always been closely related.”
Creveld’s research provides the big picture behind Foldi’s analysis of the refugee crisis in Europe, and reminds us why open-borders politics has always undermined any society led by it.
Now, while it’s important to keep this larger context in mind–the vast historical context of migration-as-warfare–what if I told you that we might see Foldi’s prediction happen right before our very eyes, and in less than two weeks? Would you believe me?
Obviously, I do not claim to be a prophet or political fortune-teller, but I think some strange clues trending in numerous parts of the Internet suggest that Foldi’s claim that Muslim refugees are “plotting an invasion” is more urgent than he realizes.
At 3:11 PM a user from Britain asks, “What’s happening on 16.10.16?” One minute later a user from Germany replies, “the purge”.
First, as Americans, we must realize that Europeans write the date in a “year-month-day” order. So, 16.10.16 refers to “October 16, 2016.”
Second, if the gory images usually attached to “D.A.K. warnings” in various chat groups were not disturbing enough, there is a clearly militaristic meaning behind these D.A.K. clues.
Is “DAK” a terrorist code word for “DIE”?
Third, the aim of the D.A.K. operatives is not just to cause mayhem and violence, but apparently to establish a kind of “Fourth Reich” in Germany.
“Junge Freiheit” (or “Young Freedom”) is a right-wing newspaper in Germany.
The implication is that D.A.K. will do what the Nazi party did. Indeed, clues suggest that the D.A.K. threat is intended to start a new revolution in Germany’s history.
Like these D.A.K. fighters, ISIS wears black clothing and beheads its prisoners.
I will not bore you by explaining everything in the image above, but there are a few very important clues worth explaining.
First, after the Nazis were defeated, German politics were ruled by socialist liberals, homosexual revolutionaries, and the like (from 1946-2012).
Second, in 2015, German politics under Angela Merkel became dominated by the open-borders, “Refugees Are Welcome” ideology that has led to the refugee crisis and terror attacks.
Third, in 2016, the “Alternative für Deutschland” (Alternative For Germany [wearing blue]) party rose up in defense of German nationalism, secure borders, stricter vetting of Muslim immigrants, and so on. The AfD is basically a German version of the Trump movement.
Unfortunately, as the above cartoon shows, AfD was attacked by the (camouflaged) BKA. The BKA is Germany’s Federal Criminal Bureau, and it suppressed the AfD as a neo-Nazi threat.
In the last two frames of the cartoon, the implication is that the D.A.K. party will inspire (fund?) bloodthirsty, black-clad street fighters to attack German citizens, and when the dut settles, the D.A.K. goons will be the only ones standing. Again, the idea seems to be that the D.A.K. movement wants to cleanse Germany of Germans themselves in order to create a new militant government in black–somehting like an ISIS caliphate.
Lastly, there is also evidence to suggest that the D.A.K. movement has a religious, apocalyptic motivation.
Revelation 16:10-16 is obviously parallel to the date 16.10.16.
Are D.A.K. operatives planning to wage a holy war against Germans (and others?) on October 16, 2016? I don’t know, but keep in mind that ISIS is also obsessed with waging brutal warfare against non-Muslims in order to usher in the end of the world and the establishment of an eternal Muslim kingdom (caliphate). I don’t know enough about the Muslim religious calendar, but it’s worth pointing out that October 16, 2016 falls on a Sunday, that is, on the quintessentially religious day in Christian civilization.
the German expeditionary force in Africa during the North African Campaign of World War II. First sent as a holding force to shore up the Italian defense of their African colonies, the formation fought on in Africa, under various appellations, from March 1941 until its surrender in May 1943. The unit’s best known commander was Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
Are we on the verge of a massive Islamist uprising in Germany, like the Paris terror wave of November 13, 2015? What happens when a few million Islamic immigrants “flip the switch” in unison, and become a few million Mohammad Attas, or Omar Mateens, or Tsarnaev brothers, etc.? And what if the net is wider than Germany–say, in Smalltown, USA?
It should go without saying that I hope October 16 passes without incident. But let’s not put anything past our salafist enemies. We already know ISIS uses social media to recruit new fighters and coordinate attacks, so let’s not be naive. Our enemies are dead-set on defeating the West. Are we as ready to defend our homelands as they are to conquer them?