Over this past year, Angela Merkel of Germany has forced over a million male, Islamic refugees upon Europe – the same refugees who raped women all over the Continent on New Year’s Eve. In Western Europe, her actions have largely gone unchallenged, due in part to the belief that the EU Treaty gives her the authority to flood Europe with non-European peoples. However, it turns out that Merkel’s refugee policy violates the NATO Treaty.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was formed on 4 April 1949, in order to deter a Soviet attack on Western Europe. Originally, there were 12 members: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Germany joined NATO in 1955, and was followed by other nations over the years.
NATO’s mission statement reads, in part:
“The Parties to this Treaty…are determined to safeguard the freedom, common heritage and civilization of their peoples.” Article 2 of the Treaty reads: “The Parties will contribute toward…peaceful and friendly international relations by strengthening their free institutions…and by promoting conditions of [internal] stability and well-being.” Thus, NATO members are obligated to protect and preserve the freedoms, traditions, and cultures of the historic peoples of Europe. While the Treaty may promote European political integration, it does not call for the displacement and eventual disappearance of European peoples. None of the signatories acceded to a suicide pact and it is understood that “when a treaty becomes dangerous or incompatible with the independence of a state, or a permanent obstacle to…the rights of its people, it can be abrogated.”
Arguably, Chancellor Merkel’s decision to flood Europe with an Islamic refugee tidal wave, violates the NATO Treaty, for it 1) surrenders Europe – and its most vulnerable citizens, in particular – to a people, faith and culture, which are hostile to Christianity and European traditions, and 2) it promotes conditions of instability and terror (as do, arguably, the actions of NATO member-state Turkey).
Nor may Chancellor Merkel claim that Germany must submit to the EU Treaty, with regard to these refugees, for the NATO Treaty prohibits this as well. Article 8 of the Treaty reads: in part:
“Each Party…undertakes not to enter into any international engagement [that is] in conflict with this Treaty.”
Therefore, any EU diktat or agreement which conflicts with the NATO mission of protecting and preserving the “freedom, common heritage and civilization” of the historic peoples of Europe, is void and without legal force.
So far, only NATO members Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic have resisted pressure to accept Muslim refugees. Their choice is a correct one, as evidenced by the chaos Western Europe is descending into. Europe’s social engineers and social workers have proven incapable of managing the huge influx of military-age, single Islamic men and the problem is quickly slipping beyond police control. Germany, which is already beset by a million Muslim refugees, with thousands more arriving each week, may find itself in the embarrassing position of requiring NATO or international assistance, to restore internal stability. It is vital that the Poles, Hungarians, Czechs and Slovaks stand by their decision, for it may be as momentous to the future of Europe, as Charles Martel’s victory over the Arabs at Tours, France in the year 732, or Jan Sobieski III’s defeat of the Ottoman Turks at Vienna, in 1683.
Posted with permission of the author. Previously posted at the BNP website.