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Europe and the West: “Wake Up or “Shrivel and Disappear” By Peter Ewer

     At a closed door meeting of eastern European leaders in Budapest, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has launched an attack on the European Union, saying the EU would wither and die if it did not change its policy towards Israel:

     Contrary to what is pushed in the immigration-mad media in the West, Netanyahu wisely urged Europe to close their doors to refugees from Africa and the Middle East.

“I think Europe has to decide if it wants to live and thrive or if it wants to shrivel and disappear,” he said. “I am not very politically correct. I know that’s a shock to some of you. It’s a joke. But the truth is the truth – both about Europe’s security and Europe’s economic future. Both of these concerns mandate a different policy toward Israel.”
“The European Union is the only association of countries in the world that conditions the relations with Israel, which produces technology in every area, on political conditions. The only ones! Nobody does it,” Netanyahu said before officials realised the meeting was being overheard by reporters and cut the feed.
“It’s crazy. It’s actually crazy,” he said.
 “I think that if I can suggest that what comes out of this meeting is your ability perhaps to communicate to your colleagues in other parts of Europe: Help Europe … don’t undermine the one western country that defends European values and European interests and prevents another mass migration to Europe,”  Netanyahu said.
“So stop attacking Israel. Start supporting Israel … start supporting European economies by doing what the Americans, the Chinese and the Indians are doing,” he added.
“There is no logic here. The EU is undermining its security by undermining Israel. Europe is undermining its progress by undermining its connection with Israeli innovation,” he said.
“We are part of the European culture,” Netanyahu continued. “Europe ends in Israel. East of Israel, there is no more Europe. We have no greater friends than the Christians who support Israel around the world. Not only the evangelists. If I go to Brazil, I’ll be greeted there with more enthusiasm than at the Likud party.”

     So, there you have it. Overall, not too bad at all, and a plenty of food for thought. It certainly shows how far down the track the West has wandered when these sorts of warnings have to be issued.



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