PI Newsletter #33

1  Europe All Inclusive:  Understanding the Current Migration Crisis, by
Vaclaw Claus

*Europe All Inclusive*, a book by former Czech President Václav Klaus,
co-authored by the Arab-speaking economist Jiří Weigl, recently published
by Hungary’s Századvég School of Politics Foundation, has already been
translated into six languages. The Századvég School of Politics Foundation
is connected to the think tank Századvég, which, in turn, is close to the
FIDESZ party led by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. In the book, the
authors write <https://www.klaus.cz/clanky/4081>:

“What we see today is a similarly fundamental challenge to the future of
Europe… and especially its ‘integrated’ part, is riddled with hypocrisy,
pseudo-humanism and other dubious concepts. [When] the most dangerous of
them are the currently fashionable, and ultimately suicidal, ideologies of
multiculturalism and human-rightism…These ideologies promote the notion
that migration is a human right, and that the right to migrate leads to
further rights and entitlements including social welfare hand-outs for
migrants… Europe is weakened by the leftist utopia of trying to transform
a continent that was once proud of its past into an inefficient
solidaristic state, turning its inhabitants from citizens into dependent
clients.”

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12101/vaclav-klaus-budapest-speech

2.  EU at clear risk of collapse, warns major new report by Gwytian Prins

The analysis concludes that the mounting complexity and declining
legitimacy of the EU contains the seeds of its coming downfall, in much the
same way that the Soviet empire imploded between 1989 and 1991.

It charts the rise and decline of what is now called the EU from the
Schuman Plan of 1950 and the formation of the Common Agricultural Policy in
1958, saying that during the first 45 years of its life, the benefits of
the various integrationist steps outweighed the drawbacks for the promoters
of Europe federalism. But from the formation of the Euro nearly 20 years
ago, the Union has been on the slide as its peoples have come to resent and
oppose growing interference in their lives and the lives of their countries
driven by high priests of the federal superstate – adherents of the
so-called “Vanguard Myth”.

https://briefingsforbrexit.com/eu-at-clear-risk-of-collapse-warns-major-new-report-by-gwythian-prins/

 

3.  Married to a child?  Here’s a brochure.

On March 24, the two agencies released a four-page brochure
<https://web.archive.org/web/20180329072813if_/http://www.socialstyrelsen.se/Lists/Artikelkatalog/Attachments/20915/2018-3-34.pdf>.
It was entitled “Information for Those who Are Married to Children.” Yes,
you read that right. Its cover featured a cheery drawing of a very
dark-skinned girl in hijab and a somewhat dark-skinned boy and girl in more
Western-looking garb. The style of illustration was recognizable from a
thousand children’s books. But this wasn’t a children’s book. It was a
brochure for adults living in Sweden whose “spouses” are minors.

https://pjmedia.com/trending/married-child-heres-brochure/

Here is a book on a related topic, a topic of immigration, assimilation,
diversity.

https://www.amazon.com/Perils-Diversity-Immigration-Examines-Intersection/dp/1593680341



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