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«Current Concerns», n°26, November 28, 2018
Migrations as weapons of war
316. Migrations as weapons of war Zurich (Switzerland) | 14 December 2018
For a factual clarification of history, causes and effects of migration. A new book by Hannes Hofbauer, An Interview with Hannes Hofbauer / Sustainability and free trade – No to one-way liberalisation. Consistent approach to sustainable development, by Schweizerische Vereinigung für einen starken Agrar- und Lebensmittelsektor (SALS) / National Council and Council of States will vote on UN migration pact in winter session, by Marianne Wüthrich / Who in Germany has broken with democratic practice? The German Bundestag debated the UN migration pact, by Karl Müller / Critique on UN migration pact comes from different sides in Germany / The Brexit, the EU and British Democracy, by Nicola Ferronato / Thinking about Stalingrad means: Never again war!. Heinrich Gerlach and his novel “Durchbruch bei Stalingrad“ (Breakthrough at Stalingrad), by Werner Wüthrich / Colonial goods – success against the mainstream. Nostalgic grocery store with charm, by Heini (...)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Facing Turkey, Europe chooses suicide Damascus (Syria) | 21 March 2016
By signing an agreement with Turkey to slow the influx of refugees – which happens to be illegal in international law – the leaders of the European Union have taken a step further in their pact with the devil. A large part of the 3 billion Euros annually allotted to Ankara will serve to finance support for the jihadists, and as a result will increase the number of migrants who are fleeing the war. Above all, by repealing the visa regulations with Turkey in the next few months, the Europeans are establishing free circulation between the Al-Qaïda camps in Turkey and Brussels. By crushing the Iraqi and Syrian people under the pressure of the jihadists whom they are indirectly financing, and abandoning the Turkish people to the dictatorship of President Erdoğan, they are preparing the foundations for a vast confrontation of which they will themselves be the (...)