Thursday, October 06, 2016


Via Gates of Vienna, an interview with László Földi, a Hungarian intelligence service expert:

CrossWare did the translation, Vlad Tepes the subtitling:


0:16 Thank you. Our guest is the intelligence service expert László Földi. Welcome, good morning.
0:19 Good morning! Is there anybody in the EU or in Europe who could tell us
0:24 within plus/minus 200,000: How many migrants do we have on the continent?
0:29 I think the problem is bigger than this: Can they tell, WHO ARE the one million people?
0:35 So the situation is completely catastrophic from this point of view.
0:40 And the reason for this — as we mentioned it many times
0:44 — is the policy of open borders when innumerable masses arrived.
0:47 About a year or a year and a half ago it was a taboo topic to even mention
0:55 the possibility that terrorists can be mixed in with the migrants.
1:06 There was a TV show — I will not say the name — where the reporter
1:09 said it is stupid for migrants to come here on dangerous trips
1:12 in inflatable boats, when terrorists can just fly here comfortably.
1:15 The problem is not that. They could fly here too. But the fact is,
1:19 thousands of Muslim soldiers arrived here.
1:24 This is not terrorism in its classic meaning we are talking about here,
1:29 but an attack, an invasion which has two purposes:
1:34 In the first place, get as many as possible well-trained soldiers into Europe,
1:39 and their primary task is to enlist the local Muslim population,
1:44 those second- or third-generation Muslims who live in the “non-existent” no-go zones.
1:48 More than 50% do not want to integrate into the host culture;
1:52 they are the members of a potential future army.
1:56 Those refugees — let’s call them refugees based on the definition of the ’51 Bern Convention
2:02 — who escape from racial, religious, ethnic
2:08 or political persecution, facing life-threatening dangers — so these are the refugees.
2:14 Why they did not go to the rich oil countries right in the neighborhood?
2:18 Another type of strategy exists — besides sending soldiers and terrorists to Europe
2:25 — but the conquest of Europe in another, more peaceful way.
2:33 The oil countries are not letting them in because they know they are not capable
2:39 of doing any useful jobs, but they also need a new mass base in Europe,
2:45 once the oil runs out and they move over to Europe, to create political parties for them.
2:51 These people will vote for the Islamic parties, which will be created in Europe;
2:55 they will achieve membership in parliaments with their critical mass.
3:00 For this it’s a perfect occasion as Europe invites in their future potential voters.
3:08 Nobody should believe it will be for the existing traditional political parties.
3:13 From the moment when these Islamic parties are established
3:19 — the oil countries have plenty of money for this — they will vote for nobody else.
3:24 The motto of the European Union is “Unity in Diversity”.
3:31 This diversity in the heads of the establishing fathers of the EU (Schuman)
3:35 most likely did not mean the same thing as today.
3:40 Even so, because as a result of migration, the ethnic structure of Europe will change forever.
3:48 Diversity meant Hungarian or French, German and Russian.
3:53 But they never thought that a religious law, Shariah, will get introduced in Europe.
4:01 Nobody could have thought about that seriously.
4:05 If the situation does not change, and Europe continues to struggle
4:08 with an inner war — because this is what we see —
4:11 the Shariah will achieve, from 1.5 years from now — I hope I am wrong
4:16 — that we will talk about how many European areas have civil war.
4:22 Because the problems with the no-go zones, that someone
4:26 should not go there in the daytime and especially at night,
4:29 but from there, well-trained and -armed Muslim soldiers will exit the no-go zones
4:35 and start to expand to the surrounding areas,
4:41 and they will be start fighting with the native population, who will be trying to defend themselves.
4:47 The authorities will not be able to handle this process with their existing logic.
4:51 What would be the consequences if it is true what
4:54 the EU-accredited Turkish ambassador said in a couple of days ago?
4:58 That if Turkey does not receive visa exemptions this month, October
5:04 — which would be for 90 days for tourism and family visits
5:10 — then they will nullify the existing agreement between them and the EU. They renounce a treaty.
5:15 Huge masses will start coming. The Turks used this threat, and they will redeem this promise.
5:22 We should threaten Turkey also. Tell them we will kick them out of NATO.
5:27 The dilemma here is that Turkey does not have an agreement,
5:31 and it is not committed to protect its allies
5:35 and member states of NATO only based on the Charter, because it is a member.
5:40 And their army is the second largest in the NATO?
5:44 Yes, it is true, 10% is their number compared to the whole alliance.
5:48 The USA represents 75%, the remaining 15% is everybody else.
5:53 I would like to add to this, from the financing point of view, 51% of the budget
5:59 comes from those 15% and the remaining 49% is paid by USA and Turkey together.
6:05 This is an interesting situation, because the 15% could not assert their rights,
6:09 for example for the protection of Europe.
6:14 What can the European Union do against Turkey? Give up democratic principles
6:19 or allow Turkish pressure? They are in the perfect position to be blackmailed.
6:24 Europe has no antidote against Turkey. The last agreement that Merkel tried was the last straw,
6:38 from this point of view no one could condemn her, she tried to build a defense with this.
6:41 But this only increased the Turks’ self-confidence.
6:45 There is only one possible way to get out of this situation:
6:53 If would threaten them with terminating their NATO membership.
6:57 And from that moment they would be gone from the stage of world politics.
7:00 Right now we do not make this move. László Földi — Thank you very much!

Prepare for civil war.


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