Lørdag meddelte Tjekkiet, at de ikke aftager én eneste flygtning fra de tyrkiske lejre. Det er jo EU’s aftale, at vi bytter flygtninge 1:1. Enhver afvist fra Grækenland, skal føre til modtagelse af en fra Tyrkiet. Glem det, Løkke, Juncker og Merkel! Now SLOVAKIA tells Brussels they will NOT accept refugees from Turkey. – – Hungary Blasts EU with Common Sense on Muslim Migration.
by David Solway ( 2016)
First they built a mosque on my block, but that was OK by me
since I was tolerant of all religions, especially religions of peace;
Then they came for the dog, but I was not particularly disturbed
since it relieved me of thrice-daily walks;
Next they came for my driveway during Friday prayers
and that was fine too since they needed somewhere to park;
Then they came for my neighbour’s house at market-depressed prices
but I was not concerned since it wasn’t my house;
Next they began to patrol the streets and cordon off the district
but I could understand the desire to feel at home;
Then they came for my Broil King, my satellite dish and my lawn mower
but that was copacetic too since they needed to cook, watch TV, and keep a tidy yard;
Finally they came for me but that was not a problem
since I had already converted.
David Solway is a Canadian poet and essayist. His most recent volume of poetry,Installations, appeared in fall 2015 from Signal Editions. A partly autobiographical prose manifesto, Reflections on Music, Poetry & Politics, was released by Shomron Press in spring 2016. A CD of his original songs, Blood Guitar and Other Tales, appeared last summer. Solway’s current projects include work on a second CD with his pianist wife Janice and writing for the major American political sites such as PJ Media, FrontPage Magazine, American Thinker and WorldNetDaily.