The Schengen Agreement and CHAOS-LIESEL Nerkel
his was also "knitted together" very laboriously and protractedly. Somehow bringing so many opinions to a common denominator was not easy and is even more difficult in the 27-country Europe. It was clear to everyone when the contract was concluded: This agreement is only valid and successful if everyone constantly pulls the same string of laws! And only then does it make sense to remove all borders within Europe. However, if this does not succeed for any reason, every member country has the right to intercept "illegals", "democracy/economic refugees" (etc.) at least at its borders. Otherwise, the well-thought-out Schengen Agreement would quickly become a farce due to the constant perforation or undermining of a pity-seeking, unmanageable "tricky refugee mass"! Also, one should not be dazzled by even the most dramatic boat capsizing. Anyone who knowingly puts himself in the danger of crossing the sea must expect to die in the process. There is a lot of poker here and, like in the game, there are also losers. These refugees have to reckon with that and - in the truest sense of the word - have to pay for it themselves. You cross the sea at your own risk; because we didn't ask them to! Which would also fundamentally contradict the spirit of the Schengen Agreement.
Interested circles are still trying to expand the Lampedusa landing site in such a way that even a massive refugee invasion into the interior of Europe can be prepared here or will no longer meet with any resistance. So low numbers of refugees are deliberately launched in order to be able to say: "Oh, what do you want? Don't make such a fuss about the few thousand refugees who are coming." It's called throwing sand in the eyes of the critics. Because: 1) Is it just about opening the "Europe gate" wide at first? 2) Are these just deceptive or obscuring "starter numbers" that - once in motion - will later increase explosively. 3) But once the dyke is broken, the masses can no longer be limited! So it makes much more sense and is cheaper to keep the "dyke" stable and in good condition right from the start. And, of course, the well-known + sensible advice also applies here: "Repel the beginnings!" ... The following fairy tale is also helpful here:
THE SHORT FAIRY TALE OF CHAOS-LIESEL
Once upon a time there was a decidedly prudent and farsighted one mayoress. Suddenly - to everyone's surprise - she opens all the locks of a reservoir. Then she wonders at first:
a) There's really a lot of water coming out!
b) It's flooding the whole country!
c) I can't get that pushed back and under control anymore!
d) And if I always leave the floodgates open, it gets worse and worse!
At some point it was just: "Land under!" Ultimately, she didn't give a damn; because the devastating water - shooting down into the valley - was strangely more important to her than the fate of the affected population living here! She was also of the erroneous, suicidal opinion that the water can no longer be stopped - I can no longer close the locks. Even if everything is under water here: the locks stay open all the time; because only what the water wants is decisive for me. Some idiot set this up in the distant past and I'm stupid enough to stick to it today. It could be improved or updated, but then we wouldn't have all the great water features and flooding action. So there will be no limit to the rapidly expanding amount of water in the future either!
In addition, I found a completely new slogan overnight, which means: "After me the deluge!" And that, as everyone can see, in the truest sense of the word. It's cool, isn't it? I am infinitely fascinated by this slogan and will therefore dedicate myself to it with skin + hair. Big "over" with my highly praised, many years of prudence and foresight. From now on I'm no longer the slow-witted Liesel of the well-known Roman wisdom: "In everything you do, consider the (often thick) end". Always paying attention to that was too stressful for me anyway. Now I let everything run and what wants to run - regardless of the losses. So overnight Nerkel has mutated into a careless, thoughtless chaos Liesel. Stupid... and not just for you...
And the fairy tale is so beautiful that it is being performed again these days! Only the chaos Liesel is now a different one...
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Publié sur e-Stories.org sur 07.06.2023.