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But it’s the troof, guv’nor…

But it's the troof, guv'nor...

Bundesbank official under police investigation after blasting Turks for ‘conquering Germany’

Sometimes, you have to wonder whether the so-called “journalists” writing these headlines are out to simply create a kerfuffle for the sake of it. Take a statement, pull out the choice quotes, and hit “publish”. Well, that’s how things work today. Needless to say, Herr Dr. Thilo Sarrazin has been marginalised by the journalistic and self-absorbed political elites, which instead should be listening and taking notes:

“Forty per cent of all births occur in the underclasses. Our educated population is becoming stupider from generation to generation. What’s more, they cultivate an aggressive and atavistic mentality. It’s a scandal that Turkish boys won’t listen to female teachers because that is what their culture tells them.”

Over the years I developed have a fairly good knowledge of how things work in Germany, and the statement above is pretty much on the mark; in fact, the same can be said of many Western European countries including Britain and France.

Much of what Herr Dr. Sarrazin says is true; while many Turks may make the required effort to integrate in Germany, for every one that does there are at least three that have no desire whatsoever to fit in. The left is often complaining about Turks being marginalised, but never appears to appreciate that acceptance runs in both directions.

The inbred provincialism and religious outlook of many Turks are of course the driving factors: one German CSU activist I spoke too a number of years ago talked quite bluntly about the subject over a few beers, and stated that foreign journalists had this funny idea that Germans were being unnecessarily horrible to these lovely Turkish people like those they had met in holiday resorts such as Antalya or Bodrum – which is literally miles away from the truth. Most of the Turks resident in Germany are not from these places or the secular centres around Istanbul, but from dirt-poor villages in Eastern Anatolia where medieval attitudes to society, cleanliness, animals and women are the norm; rather than giving up these ways when moving to Germany, many of these people have entrenched them – more often than not with a zeal driven by religious fervour.

I was also told a rather bizarre story where a school teacher was suspended for not dealing with “racist” issues in a class of infants, where supposedly one little German girl had wanted to move desks because the Turkish child next to her “stunk”. The teacher’s political background was investigated, as were those of the parents of the little neo-Nazi in the making who – with all the unashamed candour of any five-year old – had uttered the offending line. Inevitably, it turned out that the teacher had a long record of helping young Turkish children and the parents were your average liberal types.

Of course, the authorities could easily have concluded that the little Turkish girl did actually stink – on account of her parents’ religious decision not to bathe her. Rather than suspend the teacher and waste everyone’s time, they should have made  it clear to the Turkish parents that they were in Germany, and that letting your child stew in its own sweat for weeks on end is not the done thing.

Herr Dr. Sarrazin’s statement wasn’t only directed at Turks of course, but the mass-breeding, violent underclasses – which would of course include a significant number of German natives such as those guilty of the shocking murder of businessman and Good Samaritan Dominik Brünner at an S-Bahn station outside Munich.

The situation with the mass-breeding underclass is much the same here in the United Kingdom, where for every child born into an educated, financially solvent household there are at least four born to parents – I use the term lightly – like Karen Matthews. For every child born today that will be a taxpayer eighteen years from now in 2037, there will be four that will end up as beneficiaries of the state or in state-funded institutions.

The left may continue to prattle on about social inequality – blah, blah, blah – but the truth remains that if nothing is done to stop it populations will continue to diverge and create a very real equivalent of the Eloi and Morlocks of H. G. Wells’ The Time Machine.

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