The Heretics' Hour: Germar Rudolf – Have babies or disappear

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-12-04 11:12
 
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This is what a declining population looks like - failure to reproduce is more destructive to a people than war.

One of the world's most famous Revisionists turns his attention to the migration crisis in his native country Germany and the very low birthrate that underlies it. Germany has the lowest birthrate in Europe, below replacement level at 8.18 per 1000 people. Compare to the West African country of Niger which is first with 50 per 1000 people. The outcome is obvious. Some highlights:

  • In the US, the Amish are the model of reproductive success;
  • Secular Jews are in the same boat but fundamentalist Jews make up for it with very large families;
  • Affluence seems to brings on self-extinction, as does giving females the choice;
  • A childless couple can have 4 times the discretionary income of a couple with 3 children and a stay-at-home mom;
  • Scientific advancement plays a role, such as the birth control (anti-baby) pill in the 1960's;
  • Financial incentives don't work as well today because the two-income “family” beats it all. 1h16m

Pegida pulls large crowd, talks expansion on a rainy Monday

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-30 18:51

 Notice all the umbrellas opened up on this November 30th evening in Dresden.

The dark season is upon us, but this doesn't deter the Pegida  protestors in Dresden. They came out again in force and in high spirits, in spite of the rain, to hear Lutz Bachmann and Siegfried Doebritz, and two guests: Tommy Robinson from the UK and theologian Ernst Krahn from Nürnberg. But mostly they came out just to show their steadfastness in support for their cause: A peaceful, free Germany of Germans.

Tommy Robinson spoke in English while Lutz Bachmann translated into German sentence by sentence. He spoke of the inspiration Pegida has been and announced a sister movement made up of all Europe, plus Britain and Australia beginning on Saturday, February 6, 2016. [Full disclosure: I'm not fond of Tommy Robinson and am sorry to see him get a role in this movement. Well, where there's a vacuum, you know ...] 

Mass brawl of 300 refugees at Tempelhof Airport shelter

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-29 22:04

Police with numerous shackled migrants. Will they be deported as they should or just released and sent to a different shelter? Will we ever know? (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

300 migrants went off on each other at Tempelhof Airport outside Berlin. There were violent incidents in Kreuzberg and Hakenfelde (Spandau) also, requiring hundreds of police to bring order.

Two bloody incidents in Berlin refugee camps broke out on Sunday requiring police operations.
► At 2 o'clock in the afternoon at Tempelhof Airport (Hangar 3): 120 policemen separated and subdued 300 refugees who were taking part in a mass brawl!

Poll shows more German women than men worried about the refugee influx

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-29 13:11

An Emnid poll conducted for the "Bild am Sonntag"  released today shows that 48 percent of respondents were against a fourth term for Angela Merkel; only 44 percent want another Merkel candidacy in the general election of 2017. The rest have no opinion.

Because of the influx of a million refugees this year alone, it is surprising to me that only 52 percent of respondents to the survey expressed that they worried about the country's future. And that as many as 44 percent of respondents said they were not alarmed.

Among the worried are more East Germans (59 percent) than West Germans (51 percent) and more women (59 percent) than men (45 percent). 48 percent of respondents believe that Germany will change for the worse due to immigration

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Germany, Immigration

Polanski off the hook in Poland

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-11-27 12:28

Film Director Roman Polanski in October after his trial at the regional court in Krakow, Poland.

Polish Court voids US extradition request for Jewish child-molester Roman Polanski

What value is put on young White girls' sexual innocence in Catholic Poland? None, if the molester is a Polish Jew who wants to make a movie in Poland. The Polish film board even offers to co-finance the movie about the 100-year old Dreyfus Affair, which will present the French Jew as a victim of antisemitism.

What Poland cares most about is that it will be a Polish film and might win some international awards that will boost Poland's reputation as a center of culture. Well, good luck with that!

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Jews

Again they come, in wet snow and rain

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-23 13:45

This is a photograph taken today, 11-23-15, by Siefried Daebritz. See more here.

At 6:30 in the evening, German time, the Dresden Theaterplatz fills up, with carols playing over the loudspeakers, such as "Jingle bells, Dingalingaling." On an LED screen it reads: "We are not a stage for xenophobia."

At 6:42 the Pegida anthem resounds. In the past few weeks, observers at the demo say there are at least 25,000 people on the street. The police will not give an official figure anymore. Today's speakers will be Siegfried Daebritz and Lutz Bachmann. Tatyana Festerling will not speak, but a short video by her in front of the Berlin Chancellery was shown to the crowd.

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Germany, Immigration

The Refugee Scam in Pictures

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-22 23:43

Would you want any of these young men moving into your community without family, without education, without a skill, without knowing your language? What benefit would they possibly bring? I found the first three pictures at Der Spiegel. They've removed them now.

Above: Fit young men protesting on the Greek side of the border with Macedonia. They are not allowed to pass because they are not of the currently accepted nationality. Look at the tattoos. The whole crowd here is nothing but young men.

No tolerance, no democracy for nationalist party

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-11-21 20:23

Who are these people and why do they have so much hate? They look like they come from hell. Notice the guy in profile on the far left (pun not intended) - you wouldn't want to run into him on a dark night. enlarge

Rock-throwing demonstrators in Weinheim* today attacked police who were protecting the National Party Conference of the NPD [National Democratic Party of Germany or Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands].

It was described as “massive riots” in which leftist demonstrators tried to break up police barricades and threw stones at police, two of whom were injured. In all, 125 demonstrators were detained by police who used pepper spray and batons against the violent crowd of about 400. Many remained in custody later in the day.

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Germany, Immigration

Another revisionist sentenced to prison in Germany

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-11-21 00:53

Gerhard Ittner presents a document to the court during his trial in Nuremberg-Fuerth, Germany.

Just to let you know that Gerhard Ittner, 57, an exceptionally good and brave man, a real straight-arrow, has been sentenced in a Nuremberg court to 1 and 1/2 years in prison. He has been held in detention for quite awhile leading up to and during this trial, and has already spent a total of three and a half years in prison. Now he will spend another 18 months. For what?

On Tuesday, Nov. 17 he was found guilty of "incitement [of the masses] and disparaging the state and it's symbols." Hmmm. The German legal system can't tolerate such things. It would collapse if it did.

Merkel's government demands police lie about refugee violence

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2015-11-19 23:42

A fight in a refugee shelter in Suhl, in the eastern state of Thuringia, left 11 people hurt. Police arrested 15 brawlers in the aftermath.

Are the refugee violence statistics sugar-coated?

An LKA (State Criminal Office) official told how the police downplay refugee crime - for the "civil peace". "It is not a lie, nothing is covered up, but there are things deliberately omitted," he says.

Hannover. The truth has many facets. Sometimes it can be terrible. Before his eyes, a refugee has struck another with a brutal headbutt, leaving the skull bloody. Markus Schwarz is an official of the state criminal police. He did not see the violence coming. Just a few days ago he had talked to the refugees in a relaxed way, about Islam, about German customs and about prophets in Christianity and Islam. It had seemed a very friendly atmosphere; the policeman and the university-educated Syrians had been curious to know about the other's different world. The conflict arose "out of nothing," says Schwarz. In the police report later, it said there was a dispute in an initial reception center "with a non-serious injury".

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