Taliban intervened in elections in France and Germany

Elena Karaeva

Today, the heads of the Ministry of In-ternal Affairs of the EU countries in full-time format (which indicates the extraordinary nature of the discussion) should discuss what to do with the upcoming new stream of illegal immigrants (this time from Afghanistan), which should reach the borders of the community in about eight to twelve weeks. Not less than two, but not more than three months to walk several t-housand kilometers in se-arch of a better life and refuge, facing the borders of the “European paradise”.

The borders, however, will be locked.

And there should be no illusions: both Germany, where there are several weeks left before the elections, and France, where the first round of voting is scheduled for mid-April next year, are most afraid of repeating the scenario six years ago, when Chancellor Merkel opened the gates of not only Germany, but and the entire European Union.

Then those in power in Paris, Berlin and, most importantly, in Brussels had illusions about the European possibilities of assimilation of millions of illegal immigrants, as were the slogans (and media levers to promote them), which at that moment helped to confuse the heads of European inhabitants.

Today, the elites in Europe have neither the first nor the second, but they hear the distinctly discernible murmur of a disaffected society, believing that it has effectively been deprived of its home.

The figures, which the influential French IPSOS cited in his polls a year ago, leave no doubt about this: over two-thirds of the inha-bitants of France, due to the influx of illegal immigran-ts, have ceased to feel “at home” in their own country.

Yesterday, a few hours before the final sounds, codes of crushing shame on the United States when they end their 20-year presence in Afghanistan, France (along with Britain) in a last attempt to maintain at least the appearance of an “evacuation plan” initiated the introduction of a draft resolution for discussion at the Council UN Security. It concerns the creation of a “buffer zone” which, accor-ding to the Parisian and Lo-ndon diplomats, who have already failed everything t-hat can be failed, should a-llow the continuation of “ef-forts to evacuate Afghans.”

Macron did not have time to really formulate this proposal, as the representative of the Taliban responded, who said that those who today control the situation in Afghanistan will not allow anyone to do this, because, as it was emphasized, “find yourself in a similar situation France, Paris would not welcome foreign interference in his internal affairs. “

On Sunday evening, the French president, giving another interview, already TF1 (from the genre in both cases – just the name, the journalists ask the questions that were dictated to them in the Elysee Palace), seemed to have lost both gloss and elegance. The situation in which he found himself is described by the well-known expression about the desire to preserve innocence (the values of “human rights”) and acquire capital (to win the upcoming elections).

But even in a situation where each next move on the “big chessboard” leads to an even greater deterioration in the position, Macron would not have been a representative of today’s European establishment if he had not allowed himself to attack, albeit slightly camouflaged, in relation to Russia (and at the same time China ).

The French leader said the following: “in the current situation, everyone should take on the responsibility determined by the moment,” calling (or threatening?) Moscow and Beiji-ng to coordinated (by who-m, by the way?) Actions.

Merkel, who is 26 days before her personal “demobilization”, but who, of course, dreams that her party will come to the finish line first in the elections to the Bundestag, has taken a position much more cautious. She tried to avoid the loud declarations that today in Europe usually precede even louder failures.

The situation with the assimilation of one and a half million Syrians does not look brilliant, no matter what the authors of numerous “German waves” may write about it, and even seemingly etched xenophobia, condensing here and there, makes itself felt in prominences.

Politics, as another German chancellor, Otto Bismarck believed, is the art of the possible.

Judging by what those who decide the fate of hundreds of millions of voters in the EU today say and do, the politics of choosing options, looking for compromises, finding consensus has turned into a game of gimmicks near the station, who decided to cheat random passers-by when they decided to fulfill their “civic duty a little. “.

A lie – simply because it is absolutely impossible to tell the truth, playing along with those who want to, wiggle to the left, then swing to the right, the absence of any principles, and also – the search for those responsible for problems created by their own hands – this is the future program of a presidential candidate Macron, if we cleanse what has been said from demagoguery and see the essence.

Meanwhile, Marine Le Pen (and today they talk about this not only openly, but even with some courage) is increasing its lead on the possible results of the first round. The leader of the “National Association”, from which Macron is trying to steal the agenda of limiting illegal migration, comes first. With 26 percent against 24, what the current inhabitant of the Elysee Palace receives.

When it comes to regaining the feeling of the owner (or mistress) of the house, then sane, those who do not play with the authorities with thimbles, but think about the future of their own country, voting as they see fit, will always prefer a real canvas, and not pathetic copying.

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