German homeschoolers’ political asylum in America exposes the EU Gulag

25 februarie 2010

The case of the homeschooling couple from Germany who were granted political asylum in the United States, about which Ed West blogged recently, becomes even more interesting if one reads the remarks of the man who granted the Romeikes asylum, Immigration Judge Lawrence O. Burman, of Memphis, Tennessee.

Burman said: “We can’t expect every country to follow our constitution. The world might be a better place if it did. However, the rights being violated here are basic human rights that no country has a right to violate.” He observed: “Homeschoolers are a particular social group that the German government is trying to suppress. This family has a well-founded fear of persecution… therefore, they are eligible for asylum…”

Those last remarks might have been uttered in 1933. Do we truly realise the significance of what has happened? Do we understand that, as citizens of the European Union, we now belong to a totalitarian state from which fleeing citizens are being granted political asylum in the United States? Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, tyranny is back in business in Germany.


Astăzi la B1TV, ora 16.00: despre discriminare (I) şi despre memoria regimului comunist (II)

25 februarie 2010

Voi participa astăzi la o discuţie cu Ioana Lupea şi Mircea Marian, în studioul Evenimentul Zilei/B1TV. Tema: discriminare, rasism şi etica jurnalistică – în prima parte; studierea memoriei regimului comunist – partea a doua. (Mihail Neamţu)