Saw this on Gab. A German journalist asks his eastern neighbors: “when will Poland join the humanitarian world and take in migrants?” The quoted reply:
Yes, we got murdered in millions. Yet we never obeyed. You are ashamed of what you have become. As the place of your birth, your city, your country turn slowly into something disgusting, something you hate and at the same time — fear.
Deep inside you know there is nothing you can do about it. You read about it on internet boards or foreign news sites, as it is forbidden topic in your country. Nobody dares to say what everybody thinks. And if somebody does, they are ridiculed or prosecuted.
If you would be asked how you see future of your country in 20, 30 or 50 years, it is not hope and pride coming to your mind first. You’d be disoriented, unclear and even unwilling to clearly think about it. You would prefer to lie to yourself than admit things are going to get worse. A lot worse. But you will still keep deceiving yourself — we’ll find a way, we’ll fix it.
Yet you realize there is no hope for your people in the long term. You are watching your country dying. It’s like knowing your child has incurable cancer. You may smile and have fun as she plays and laughs, but there’s endless sadness inside you. You’re dying with her and see how she suffers more every day. Every day. And you can’t do anything.
Also have you noticed you’re taking pride not in what you personally achieved or became? Because you do not really have anything to be proud of. You can’t obviously, your apathy watching your country dying, having no future paralyses you.
You start things, but never finish them. You think of ambitious undertakings, but never actually do anything really significant. It’s hard to push yourself to the limits when you know that ultimately, in 2-3 or 5 generations all your legacy will be erased and forgotten.
This is the state of Germany now. This is why you hate those who have the future so much.
I would say we pity you, but we don’t. We just do not want you to infect us with your disease. We want our children safe. They have a future. Yours don’t.
My (PA) comment: unlike with the terminal cancer analogy, the nation is not dead as long as its people live. That’s a Pole’s word of encouragement, from the first line of our national anthem.
I don’t know the origin of that long quote but real or fake, that’s how you say “get thee behind me, Satan!” when asked to open your borders. The black pill of that reply serves as a wake-up kick in the balls for those who aren’t hopelessly brain-dead.
What can Germans do? Ausländer raus and traitors against the wall. It will be done but you have to help. Thought, courage, faith.
Wake up, Germany. Not only do I not want your leaders and your dickless journalists pressuring my people, I also don’t want my ancestral land to border Kebab. We’ve had our differences over the centuries but just as when we came together at Vienna, this emergency makes us Europeans.