Idiot Netanyahu invents new story of who "burned" the jews

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-10-21 22:06

Netanyahu-Merkel press conference in Berlin on Oct. 21, 2015

Netanyahu hates the Palestinians so much that he's now tryng to make them equally guilty with the "Nazis" for exterminating 6 million of his precious jews during WW2.

In a meeting with Jewish leaders yesterday, he said the World War II-era Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, played a "central role in fomenting the final solution" by trying to convince Hitler to destroy the Jews during a 1941 meeting in Berlin.

"Hitler didn't want to exterminate the Jews at the time, he wanted to expel the Jews," Netanyahu told the group. "And Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Hitler and said, 'If you expel them, they'll all come here.' 'So what should I do with them?' [Hitler] asked. He said, 'Burn them.'"

20,000 show up for PEGIDA anniversary march, twice last week's number

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-19 19:02

20,000 protesters marched in Dresden on the one year anniversary of the first PEGIDA march in that city on Oct. 20, 2014. It was almost back to the highest number ever, which was 25,000. Enlarge

UPDATE: 3 hour video uploaded by Lutz Bachmann

I was hoping for 20,000 and the good Germans accomplished it, according to the newspaper Sächsische Zeitung (Saxon Times), on a very cold night. You could see people's breath as they spoke and chanted. Deutsche Welle used an estimate by a student statistic group "Durchgezählt" of between 15,000 to 20,000. But they would be conservative. I would like to know how many came from outside of Dresden, and even outside of Saxony. Probably quite a lot.

PEGIDA under attack prior to tonight's demonstration

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-19 10:54

On it's one year anniversary, PEGIDA is under attack by the Merkel government. "Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West" is being portrayed as a cauldron of hate by the Ministers of the Interior and Justice. They are implying its leaders will face criminal prosecution if they continue to hold rallies.

Yes, German authorities are actually telling the German people that if they don't submiissively accept a million foreigners of a different culture and religion competitive to their own in their quiet, small communities, they are guilty of hate, xenophobia and whatever other names they can come up with.

They are blaming the assassination attempt in Cologne by an unemployed, frustrated German workman on the PEGIDA "culture."  Justice Minister Heiko Maas warned after the Cologne attack, "Pegida sows hatred, which then is used to [create] violence." 

Merkel in panic, makes bad deal with Turkey

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-10-18 14:01

Merkel agrees to traitorous deal with Muslim Turkey to save her political skin ... she hopes.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel just made a very bad deal. Bad for Germans, bad for Europeans. 

Just 10 days ago, she reiterated her opposition to Turkey joining the European Union. Today she agreed to speed the process along in exchange for Turkey's support in steming the flow of Muslim refugees into Europe (the ones that she invited). Merkel is paying a high price for very little in return, and only because she wants to "save her face" for the time being. What kind of misguided weakling of a woman would do such a thing? Germans and other Europeans will pay the price because they voted the way their EU/globalist/jewish media masters told them to.

The failure of this woman to look after the interests of the German people, as Adolf Hitler did, is going to be legendary. She chooses instead to look after the interests of the money powers in the US and Israel. Germany will end up overrun by more Turks as well as all the newer Syrians, Afghans and Black Africans who won't stop coming because of this gift from Merkel, which Turkey has openly admitted. Erdogan didn't even bother to show up for the picture taking! Germany will become a Muslim country.

Police Union Chief: Germany facing social unrest without border fence

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-10-18 10:33

Hungary enlisted prisoners and the country's military to help construct a fence along its border with Serbia. Anyone breaking through the fence is breaking the law.

In a warning to Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany's Police Union Chief Ranier Wendt said Germany was facing "social unrest" due to the large number of migrants entering the country.

"Our internal (law and) order is at risk...Someone needs to pull the emergency brake now."

He was referring to Merkel as "the someone" and the construction of a border fence as "the brake."

In an interview with the Sunday newspaper Welt am Sonntag, Wendt insisted that tough measures - like the construction of a fence along the border with Austria - were vital for the country "to carry out serious border controls." [see a previous interview]

Hungary seals border with Croatia

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-10-16 11:43

When the long border with Croatia (Kroatien) is fenced off, that will leave only the short border with Slovenia (Slowenien) open. If/when that is also closed, it will increase the length and difficulty of the migrant's trek. (Map courtesy Spiegel Online) enlarge

Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced that Hungary would seal its border with Croatia at midnight. He said the EU summit in Brussels did not make progress on the refugee issue on Thursday (specifically on a plan backed by Hungary to send EU forces to block migrants from reaching Greece), leaving Hungary with the need to protect its own borders. It will install two transit zones where travelers can be checked and, if permitted, be allowed to enter at official crossing points.

Minoan civilization built by a European people, say researchers using DNA

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-10-14 19:38

One of the buildings at Knossos, the major civic center of the Minoans 5000 years ago, restored by British Archeologist Sir Arthur Evans.

The same people who built Europe built the bronze-age Minoan civilization, DNA analysis shows.

The first advanced Bronze-Age civilization, the Minoans of present-day Crete, was built by the descendants of the original settlers who had their greatest genetic similarity with modern European populations, according to a University of Washington study.

A team of researchers in the United States and Greece has used mitochondrial DNA analysis of Minoan skeletal remains to determine the likely ancestors of these ancient people.

Vincent Reynouard: To be a National Socialist today

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-10-14 00:52

New Video with English subtitles!

To be a National Socialist Today

Part 1: The concentration camps

Does the National Socialist struggle, today, still make sense? In this first part, I rely on a statement of Hermann Göring, at the Nuremberg trials, to answer in the affirmative. Then, in order to parry the first objection, I explain why the concentration camps in Germany were only an accident of history ... Vincent Reynouard

Excellent research, as usual, from Reynouard. The first camps were set up to detain the communists, who were an existential threat to the new Hitler government and NS state. Please watch this 30-minute video with English subtitles full screen here.

The Heretics' Hour: The Anti-Germans & the "Holocaust"

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-12 21:05

Oct. 12, 2015

Anti-Deutsch march at Dresden Anniversary with sign that says "Thank you, Bomber Harris." They usually also carry Israeli and American flags.

Carolyn looks at Germans and Germany tonight in a shorter than usual program. It's long enough, however, to cover these topics:

  • Trouble in Europe - who's to blame;
  • The mayoral election in Vienna disappoints, but is still a good showing for Heinz-Christian Strache;
  • Donald Trump says all the right things, making running for U.S. president seem efforless;
  • Germany is the heart of White Europe and the heart needs help;
  • A detailed look at the “Anti-Germans” and their dependence on the straight Holohoax story;
  • White Nationalists need to wake up and do something productive.  46min

9,000 take to the streets again in Dresden

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-12 19:32

Angry Germans turn out again to the Pegida-sponsored Monday rally, and Tatjana Festerling, the group's leader, called Chancellor Angela Merkel, "the most dangerous woman in Europe" and demanded she resign. Festerling ran in the Dresden mayoral election in June and garnered 10% of the vote. Good video.

Deutsche Welle, Germany's official news agency, could hardly bring itself to publish the story. They like to focus on Lutz Bachmann and his "hitler selfies" instead of the legitimate concerns of the participants. But they did publish the great picture that I have used for this post. It's quite powerful but I haven't figured out the "erica" part yet: Im Erica in place of America.

Another great picture from the rally: "They want to lynch the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor ... at least." Click pictures to enlarge