Declaration signed at Prague in advance of “Day of European Patriots” on Feb. 6

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-01-23 10:52

Prague, Czech Republic is the setting of the first International Press Conference attended by the various European representatives of PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the Occident). These pictures are taken from Lutz Bachmann's Facebook page, where you will find more plus some video of the event. 

This is the Declaration that was agreed upon and signed by representatives from all the countries attending. They are Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Bulgaria, Estonia. A very professional job and a good start! Text is below.

Berlin Feds interfere with police work to protect African migrants from arrest

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-01-22 15:19

North Africans carry out numerous thefts against German citizens, especially women, everyday without consequence, since police are hamstrung by political correctness.

It's official! Under pressure from the Federal Government's Anti-Discrimination Agency, the police in North Rhine-Westphalia could not, last summer, call North Africans “North Africans.” They had to take back a warning of "mostly North African" young men in a police report. This is clear from an exchange of correspondence between the Authority and the Dortmund police headquarters.

Officials from NRW wanted to warn citizens about pickpockets in a public warning. In a press release dated 19 June 2015, the officials showed there was increased activity of "situations in which (mostly North African) young men ... did the “zoom dance” to selected victims, in order to distract them, and then stole their purse or mobile phone," it said in the press release.

Glut of Arab-African men ruining quality of life in Germany

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-01-22 13:23

The public indoor swimming pool in Bornheim where migrant men were temporarity banned for sexual harrassment of women, but have now been allowed to return.

Wherever migrants are living, they (wrongly) enjoy all the rights of citizens … and then some. Because they also get free food and lodging, plus an allowance for “spending money.” The young single men lounge about all day in public places with nothing to do. For public facilities like swimming pools, this is posing a problem.

Throughout Germany, there are complaints about the misconduct of asylum seekers in indoor pools. Indoor pool video surveillance cameras have even shown a man masterbating in the hot tub-spa in Zwickau.

Last week in Bornheim, a town in the liberal North Rhine-Wesfalia state, officials banned migrant men from the town swimming pool. The reason: sexual harassment of women and children.

Huge crowd at Dresden PEGIDA 1-18-16

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-01-18 13:04

Huge number of people fill the Marktplatz - great turnout!

PEGIDA Dresden Jan. 18, 2016

Watch livestream now (only first half due to technical problems):   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gB7M0wxI2Uw&app=desktop

See Enrico Schneider's great photos here https://www.facebook.com/Enno1977

Live Ticker coverage (in German) at Epoch Times   http://www.epochtimes.de/politik/deutschland/pegida-demo-dresden-heute-am-neumarkt-vor-der-frauenkirche-hier-ab-1830-live-ticker-18012016-a1299821.html

 6:41 pm Though it is 4 degrees below zero, freezing cold in Dresden, the Neumarkt is full. On display are the usual posters and banners.

The speakers have been announced: Siegfried Däbritz, Tatjana Festerling, Helene from Chemnitz and a guest from Great Britain.

6:45 Siegfried Däbritz opened the rally. It starts with a response to an interview of Saxony Prime Minister Tillich. Actually it is a Tillich-bashing ...

Vincent Reynouard faces fascist justice in France; no debate allowed

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-01-18 12:55

Faced with fascist justice, Vincent Reynourd invites professional historians to debate.

On Friday, January 15, Vincent's former home in France was raided by police who carried out a search. Two inspectors were looking for him and they seized a computer belonging to Marie.

Vincent says:

Do you know that in terms of media, our good [French] Republican judges show an aspect of Mussolini's right to justify the severe sentences [they hand out in holocaust revisionist cases]? In this introduction, I demonstrate this, with supporting documentation. Finally, following the proposal of my fierce opponent "Vidal-Naquet," I invite professional historians to debate with the revisionists.

Though this video is in French, it is possible for non-French speakers to get a lot out of it. So please go HERE to watch it on youtube. And send it around to others.

Retarded Somali rapist gets 4 years therapy and speech training in Germany

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-01-17 12:19

It took six days at Herford Local Court (above) for the judges to reach a verdict against the 20-year-old Somali. Photo: Moritz Winde

In Herford, in NRW state, an 88-year-old woman was raped by a 20-year-old “refugee” from Somalia. The juvenile court considered the man to be “traumatized by the journey (migration), less gifted with delayed maturity, and completely lonely" … yet able to know right from wrong.

The very elderly woman, who was left bruised and hemorrhaging, was no doubt left traumatized too … but being a German, it's obviously considered she can take it (and even probably deserves it, as the thinking goes). I would like to think she was one of the supporters of Merkel's policies so that she actually did get what she deserved, but by the age of 88 one invariably has developed better sense. We all get more conservative as we get older. Thus I have great anger over the treatment of this woman.

The idiot Somali had been living in an emergency shelter in Bad Oeynhausen, from where he had repeatedly knocked on women's front doors, asking if they would have sex with him. In his own words, he was looking for a woman to marry so he could have the right to stay.

German opinion against Merkel/migrants is rising, but slowly

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-01-15 14:31

In case you wonder, this is the type of German that wants more refugees. Student Eric Hattke is spokesman for the network "Dresden for all."

For the first time, a majority of Germans say the country cannot manage the influx of asylum seekers, according to a poll by public broadcaster ZDF published today. Fifty-six percent say Chancellor Merkel is doing a poor job handling the refugee crisis, while 37 percent find the crisis manageable.

A vast majority of 70 percent of respondents expect crime to rise due to a large increase in refugees, compared to 62 percent in October. Only 27 percent do not expect crime to rise. Strenghening laws and procedures for deporting asylum seekers who commit crimes is supported by 73 percent .

Furthermore, compared to 33 percent of respondents in October saying that refugees represent a threat to German culture and societal values, 42 percent now believe so. That compares to 52 percent of Germans who do not view refugees as a threat. [The people who say this do not care very much about or for German culture and societal values to begin with. Remember there are 5 million Turks in Germany, plus many other foreign peoples including Jews. -cy]

http://www.dw.com/en/poll-germans-increasingly-skeptical-of-refugees/a-18982943

In related news:

Viktor Orbán on liberalism and stopping immigration to protect Schengen

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2016-01-14 16:26

Hungarian Prime Minister Orban doing the interview.

http://www.orbanviktor.com/ [select In English on top menu]

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was interviewed on Kossuth Rádió’s “180 Minutes” programme on Jan. 14, 2016. 

The following are two excerpts relating to the European migration crisis:

I do not want to begin the year with debates which may seem to be of an ideological nature, but for some time I have been saying that the liberal mentality – liberalism in its present form, in this modern form – has turned against freedom. The fact that liberals have turned certain principles into rigid dogmas and want to make them compulsory is bad for freedom of speech. This issue, too, relates to those who want to lecture us on freedom of speech. In the name of liberalism and freedom they supress all negative news associated with refugees or migrants, as certain developments in real life do not coincide with their ideological views and they want to take in immigrants, thinking that it is good that are coming into a country.

Two law experts say Merkel acting outside the Constitution

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-01-13 21:55

Many asylum-seekers came to Germany at the invitation of Chancellor Merkel - as they saw it - and even carried her picture, hoping to win her help with their problems.

"Merkel's solo was an act of self-empowerment"

The former president of the Constitutional Court of North Rhine-Westphalia, Michael Bertrams has accused Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) of possible breach of the constitution in the refugee policy.
 
 "Going it alone has let hundreds of thousands of refugees into the country. That was very compassionate, but came with no apparent plan," Bertram writes in an article for the "Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger".

Merkel's approach raises the constitutional question of whether she had ever legitimized it. "In our representative democracy, all key decisions are - especially those with impact on the budget - in the hands of elected MPs," said Bertram, with regard to decisions of the Federal Constitutional Court on the requirement of parliamentary approval for the deployment of armed German troops abroad.

Suicide bomber who killed 10 German nationals was registered Syrian "refugee"

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-01-13 13:18

The bomber Nabil Fadli, registered in Istanbul as a refugee from Syria. This picture was published by the Turkish police on January 5.

The suicide bomber has been identified as 27-year-old Nabil Fadli, who entered Turkey from Syria as a refugee on January 5. Considering he didn't waste any time in killing some of the first Europeans he found, it's pretty clear that was what he came for.

Eleven tourists, 10 of them German, were killed and 15 wounded (7 of them German with 5 in intensive care). Chancellor Merkel offered condolences yesterday to the families of the dead without specifying Germans, but since the news broke that the bomber was a registered Syrian asylum-seeker it has fallen entirely to Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (CDU) to be Germany's spokesman on the matter. He traveled to Istanbul and called the tragedy “an attack against humanity,” playing down the German loss and emphasizing the close relations between the two countries.  In fact, he said Germans should not stop visiting their close ally Turkey because tourism must not be depressed.

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