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Новости и аналитика о Германии, России, Европе, мире. http://i.imgur.com/tUrYCr7.gif
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yesterday by moalex
Hajnal line - Wikipedia
The Hajnal line is a border that links Saint Petersburg, Russia and Trieste, Italy. In 1965, John Hajnal discovered it divides Europe into two areas characterized by different levels of nuptiality. To the west of the line, marriage rates and thus fertility were comparatively low and a significant minority of women married late or remained single; to the east of the line and in the Mediterranean and select pockets of Northwestern Europe, early marriage was the norm and high fertility was countered by high mortality.[1][2]
history  europe  fertility 
yesterday by porejide
European health care models
Intro material for the future of America's healthcare system
america  healthcare  medical  insurance  europe 
yesterday by nelson
Anonymous Conservative -- Migrants Are r-strategists - Half Of Swedish Rape Epidemic Targets Children
'"Rapes in Sweden has been soaring since the country started to take in large numbers of Muslim migrants and refugees. According to statistics, 92 percent of all severe rapes (violent rapes) are committed by migrants and refugees. 100 percent of all attack rapes (where victim and attacker had no previous contact) are committed by that same group. -- The top-10 list of rapists’ national background shows only one non-Islamic country… BRÅ’s report also shows, that not only women, but also children, should be aware of the increased danger of rape and other sexual crimes. According to BRÅ, 43 percent of rape victims are children." -- Not surprising. r-selection means more promiscuity, more opportunistic advantage taking, and a preference for earlier age at first intercourse among migrants, as well as a deficient rearing/protection urge among the Swedes who are allowing their children and women to be raped. That migration to areas of free resources is associated with child-molesting rapists having free reign is totally unsurprising. Migrants are r-strategists, as are those who allow them. -- In truth, if you take out our K-selected emotions, all of that would produce children who would reproduce faster in times of r-selection. The migrant rapists will impregnate lots of females, so why wouldn’t Swede r-strategists subconsciously want their children raped by these super-r-strategists? This has nothing to do with arguments, logic, or emotions. It is a cold, hard, numbers game. -- Meanwhile the number of No-Go areas, where probably no rapes are reported, has grown, and the Police are panicking: ... The K’s don’t like it, but to the r’s it is just a necessary evil on the path to r. -- These are all K-stimuli to the normal humans, and the path is apparent. It will increase, until K-selection kicks in. We are heading toward the next phase of K-selection, and at this point, there is nothing which can stop it. -- Much of our economy is based on a euphoric r-mindset. What the onset of K will mean is a return of amygdala, and that may very well trigger the type of protectionist economic behavior that will cease the euphoria, and in so doing, touch off the Apocalypse. -- After that, will come the aftermath and the retribution. Good times coming.'
rkselectiontheory  europe  conquest  predation  decadence  stockholmsyndrome  warbrides 
yesterday by adamcrowe
European cities protest tourists, politics get in the way
UN’s World Tourism Organisation says that one in 10 jobs around the world is tied to tourism, and that tourism has benefits conomically, but also culturally and politically.But not everybody sees it that way.Spain had a record 75.6 million tourists last year. Yet in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, banners have popped up saying “We don’t want tourists in our buildings”, drawing attention to the impact of short-term apartment rental sites like AirBnB on the local housing market.“Most of these are places where cruises are playing a big role,Cruises dump 2-3-4,000 people in a matter of a few hours in the centre of the city. These people are roaming around not contributing enough to the economy, because all of their services are provided on board the ship.”About 2,000 people marched through the streets of the historic Italian city of Venice last month to protest against the impact of mass tourism on rents and local businesses.Venice with population 55,000 , sees 20 million visitors a year, most of them coming off cruise ships..cities can manage this by striking deals with cruise ships to provide vouchers to eat in local restaurants and revising docking agreements, to funnel more money to local residents.
tourism  Europe  Italy  Spain 
2 days ago by thomas.kochi
Tory Brexit policy is chaotic. The fightback must begin at once | David Miliband | Opinion | The Guardian
Democracy did not end in June last year. It is essential MPs have a say on the future or the country may be driven off a cliff
europe  Brexit  government  miliband 
2 days ago by cronco
Coordenadas - Limbo Gurugú - 17/07/17, Coordenadas - RTVE.es A la Carta
"El juramento del Gurugú es la última novela del escritor ecuatoguineano Juan Tomás Ávila, sobre las personas migrantes que esperan allí el momento de entrar en Europa. Exiliado de Obiang en Barcelona, lo trae al programa Victor Guerrero. Y descubrimos el último trabajo de Verdcel, The plantes, Talaies i cims, con la presencia de su lider Alfons Olmo.

Escuchamos a The Drums, "Heart Basel"; Chojin ft. Barón, "Solo para adultos"; Stand up, "Something else"; Verdcel, "Foc Amic", "Optimistic"."

[via: https://twitter.com/DedalusAfrica/status/887611112774148096 ]
juantomásávila  2017  interviews  equatorialguinea  race  migration  gurugú  victorguerrero  alfonsolmo  refugees  europe  africa  futbol  soccer  football  writing  books  literature  music  literacy  libraries  guineaecuatorial 
2 days ago by robertogreco
The Onion -- European Leaders: ‘We Stand Together To Say Loud And Clear: We Are Scared As Fuck And Don’t Know What To Do’
'BARCELONA, SPAIN—In a show of solidarity following the terrorist attack that left 14 dead and over 100 injured in Barcelona, Spain, European leaders stood together Friday to say loud and clear that they were scared as fuck and didn’t know what to do. “Side by side in the face of unfathomable violence, we assemble here today to say that we are united in our shared fear and our terrifying realization that we have no idea how to stop this,” said German chancellor Angela Merkel, who, flanked on both sides by other European heads of state, affirmed that terrorism freaked them the fuck out and would be eradicated from the face of the earth if they only knew how. “Today, we are not German, we are not Italian or French—we are simply people who are frightened out of their goddamn minds. And though we might not share the same tongue, utter panic sounds the same in every language.” At press time, European leaders vowed to continue hyperventilating as one.'
TheOnion  europe  conquest  sarcasticapology  satire 
2 days ago by adamcrowe
Spiked -- From Charlottesville to Barcelona by Brendan O’Neill
'...Islamists, if we add Barcelona, have killed more than 460 people in Europe in the past three years. Four-hundred-and-sixty. Let that sink in. -- And yet after Barcelona, as is the case after every Islamist attack, there has been an awkward, shuffling silence in left and liberal circles. There is media coverage, of course. Lots of it, as there should be. There are condemnations and offers of solidarity with Barcelona, and so on. That’s all good. But politics? Anger? A demand that we recognise the gravity of the threat posed by Islamists and get together to do something about it? Calls for confrontation with Islamist movements, demands that we ‘Punch an Islamist’, in the same way American leftists have promoted ‘Punch a Nazi’? No. -- ... Charlottesville was instantly institutionalised as a turning-point event. It was folded, in mere days, into a 21st-century political narrative about a resurgent far right (an overblown threat) and the need for a more serious, anti-fascist left. It became a morality tale, swiftly. After Islamist attacks, in contrast, we’re openly warned against doing anything like that. Don’t look for lessons. Don’t make it a moral issue. Don’t politicise it or get too angry about it, because apparently that’s what ISIS wants. Mourn it and carry on with life as normal — that’ll show ’em. This urge to moralise small neo-Nazi protests in the US while de-moralising, depoliticising and fundamentally defusing the problem of Islamist extremism, even though this extremism is a far more destabilising force, has to be explained. What drives this alarming double standard? -- It’s fear. Cultural fear. Fear of us, the masses, and what we will get up to if society green-lights an honest discussion about the Islamist problem. And fear for Muslims, whom too many on the left infantilise and treat as incapable of hearing robust discussion about problems in their communities. (It has always struck me that there is more racism in certain leftists’ desire to protect Muslims from testy debate than there is in alt-righters’ misplaced fury with all Muslims: at least the latter treats Muslims as adults, open to criticism, rather than as children who need strictures against Islamophobia to guard their fragile feelings.) -- And so where leftists insist after Islamist attacks that we mustn’t hold all Muslims responsible, or make such violence into a focal point for politics, or get too angry, after Charlottesville they said the precise opposite. ‘White culture’ did this. Let’s organise our political lives around it. Let’s get angry, really angry. They’re more comfortable confronting handfuls of American neo-Nazis because they can do so without engaging the bovine, untrustworthy little people and without threatening to raise questions about the ideology of multiculturalism and its divisive, increasingly violent impact in Europe. They have declared a ridiculous, self-flattering war on neo-Nazism precisely as a distraction from the real problems facing Western society today, to which they have no answers, and are uncomfortable even with the questions.'
europe  conquest  politicalcorrectness  cowardice  displacement  threatnarrative 
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