Immigration

Carolyn on John Friend's Realist Report again

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2017-10-23 15:25
 
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Six of the 26 Orthodox Jews arrested for substantial welfare fraud during the June-July sweep by the New Jersey Ocean County prosecutor's office. Don't you think these people should be in Israel?


ON SUNDAY, OCT. 22, I HAD THE PLEASURE of speaking with John Friend again on his Realist Report podcast. We discussed the situation in Lakewood, New Jersey (see my posts for Oct. 19 and Oct. 21 on this page) and how it is a prime example of the way Orthodox Jews living in White democratic societies subsidize their traditional life of male religious study by cheating our generous welfare programs.

The recent elections in Germany and Austria came up for some explanation as to how they are adding momentum to the political move toward the right and anti-immigration in Europe. We also had a lively conversation about Richard Spencer's latest appearance at the University of Florida and the "Alt-Right" in general. From there, we moved to Mark Weber (who declined to be a guest on John's podcast) and to Kevin MacDonald. So much to say,  so little time. But I think it is a good program and hope you will listen. 1h17m

Austria moves right in Sunday's general election

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2017-10-15 16:09

Election night party taking place at the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) headquarters in Vienna on Sunday, Oct. 15. Heinz-Christian Strache's party will be in either 2nd or a strong third place once the final tally is completed, sometime after tomorrow, Monday, Oct. 16.


By Carolyn Yeager

UPDATE: Final vote results: ÖVP - 31.5%=62 parliamentary seats. SPÖ - 26.9%=52 seats.  FPÖ - 26.0% =51 seats. NEOS - 5.3%= 10 seats. PILZ - 4.4%= 8 seats.


SUNDAY'S VOTE IN AUSTRIA TURNED OUT WELL for the populist, anti-immigrant Freedom Party (FPÖ), even if not as great as we might have hoped. Hans-Christian Strache's party has just pulled ahead of the  Social Democratic party (SPÖ) for the first time. The People's Party (ÖVP) has won with around 31% of the vote.

The FPÖ is now almost a point ahead of the SPÖ, although this may change by mid-week when all the "postal" ballots (mail-in) are counted. They sometimes tend to favor the SPÖ. Here is an active page with charts and maps showing who voted for whom. At this time, it's showing Sebastion Kurz' People's Party with 31.4% of the vote, the Social Democrats (currently in power) with 26.7, and the Freedom Party with 27.4%.

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Austria, Immigration

Germany exit polls: AfD takes 13% in very strong showing

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2017-09-24 14:10

Top candidates Alexander Gauland (Brandenburg) and Alice Weidel (Baden-Wurttemberg) are cheered at the AfD election night headquarters after leading the party to an impressive showing. They will hold a press conference tomorrow. There is video of the crowd celebrating at the official AfD web site. The regular press refuses to show anything positive about the party.


September 24, 2017

THE RIGHT IS CELEBRATING A MAJOR VICTORY TONIGHT IN GERMANY, while Angela Merkel has been badly bruised. The 2017 Federal election exit polls, always very accurate in Germany, show the four-year-old anti-immigrant Alternative fur Deutschland party with a stunning 13% share of the vote, whereas 11% was the highest that had been anticipated in the mainstream media.

Merkel's CDU-CSU coalition party was reduced to only 33% and the once dominant Social Democrat party is sitting at a palty 20.8%. You can follow the projected results here. Reuters also has a live thread here.  Interactive Map of how Germans voted here. This is not the final tally, which will probably not be available until tomorrow. But it's the best possible news for our beseiged beloved homeland, thanks to the persistence of patriots!

The AfD won 94 seats in the Bundestag. Projected votes for AfD in Western Germany are at 11% of the electorate, and a whopping 21.5% of the electorate in Eastern Germany.

The final tally is: 12.6% for the Alternative fuer Deutschland party; 10.7 for the Free Democrats (Corporate Libertarians); 9.2 for The Left (Communists); 8.9 for the Greens (Gays and Pedophiles). The CDU/CSU (Conservatives) won 30.2% and the SPD (Socialists) 20.8.

This post may still be updated.

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Germany, Immigration, News

News from Germany/Europe

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-09-08 12:58

Switzerland voted to ban the construction of minarets in 2009 via a referendum. German Justice Minister Heiko Maas says such a move would be unconstitutional in Germany as he seeks to scare voters away from AfD candidates.


Justice Minister Heiko (the mouse that roars) Maas warns that AfD's "election manifesto" may contain unconstitutional goals. He WARNS in an article in a Frankfurter newspaper that “for the first time since 1949, a party is likely to clear what's known as the 5 percent hurdle to be represented in the Bundestag with an election manifesto that is partly unconstitutional.” What is unconstitutional? He points to the AfD call for a ban on minarets in Germany – those high towers on mosques that call the faithful to prayer. Such a ban is based on the fact that it changes the characteristic and historic look of German towns which are dotted with modest Christian church towers. Maas cites Germany's Basic Law that permits "freedom of religion" and prohibits "discrimination on the grounds of faith or religious beliefs." He omits to say that such a measure would have to be voted on by the Bundestag.

Der Spiegel removes 'antisemitic' book from bestseller list

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-07-28 17:14

WHEN THEY START CHANGING THE BEST-SELLER LISTS, things have gotten pretty bad. I took this article from The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jul/28/der-spiegel-finis-germania-rolf-peter-sieferle-bestseller-list (My underlining)

  ‘We felt a responsibility’ … copies of Der Spiegel on sale with other German newspapers. Photograph: Steven May/Alamy


Philip Oltermann and Alison Flood

Friday 28 July 2017

The influential [very far left, anti-Nationalist, pro-Internationalist -cy] German news magazine Der Spiegel has deleted from its bestseller list a book that one of its own editors had pushed up the rankings, after it was found to be “antisemitic and historically revisionist”.

Finis Germania, or The End of Germany, collects the thoughts of the late historian Rolf Peter Sieferle on the position of Germany, including how it deals with the Holocaust. The book is currently at the top of Amazon.de’s bestseller chart and this month it entered Der Spiegel’s bestseller list, which many bookshops use as a basis for promotional displays, in sixth place.

Finis Germania is missing from the list in this week’s issue of the magazine. Many bookshops have followed suit and are not displaying the title.

Carolyn discusses White World Awake! with John Friend

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2017-07-03 20:13
 
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ON SUNDAY, JULY 2, I SPENT ABOUT AN HOUR AND A HALF WITH JOHN FRIEND  again, this time talking about the "New World Order" based on a new book by well-known revisionist Jürgen Graf, White World Awake!, that I have been reading.

Graf is the author of The Giant with Feet of Clay (about Raul Hilberg), and three books written with Carlo Mattogno: Majdanek; Treblinka; Sobibor.

John and I then discussed my new articles on "Stop Special Treatment for Jews" and on the Lakewood, NJ welfare fraud scandal surrounding the Orthodox Jewish community there. It was a lively discussion that I think you will enjoy. We also threw in a little bit of Trump talk.

Is Trump all pragmatism and no principles?

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2017-04-29 13:13

By Carolyn Yeager

AN ARTICLE AT BREITBART NEWS has highlighted what may be a weakness in President Donald Trump's personality that can cause him to be unpredictable, even erratic. Breitbart quotes from a piece in Vanity Fair by writer T.A. Frank that argues how the Democrats hope to break Trump's presidency by preventing erection of the wall. Frank writes:

Amid unified Democratic opposition, Trump only has two choices, argues Vanity Fair:

Trump’s options are limited. He could in theory play—or have played—a ruthless game to get his way, since Trump has the power to revoke the “deferred action for childhood arrivals” or DACA order that Barack Obama signed in order to shield those who have arrived here illegally as children. An icier type wouldn’t have hesitated to hold the fate of these people hostage for wall funding, employing rhetoric about the importance of tying today’s forgiveness to tomorrow’s prevention, and so on. But Trump shows few signs of being that callous, and he has conveyed only reassurances to the Dreamers. So threats of this sort will not be his approach.

AfD stays the course amid Petry-Pretzell “realpolitic” split

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2017-04-23 13:29

Germany's anti-immigrant AfD party has picked nationalist Alexander Gauland (left) and economist Alice Weidel as its top candidates for Germany's federal election. Notably missing is Frauke Petry.


By Carolyn Yeager

FAR FEWER DEMONSTRATORS AGAINST THE AFD PARTY CONGRESS' 2-day meeting in Cologne actually showed up than the 50,000 claimed to be expected. Only 8 to 10,000 filled the streets, which were easily controlled by the 4,000 well-prepared police on hand, even though two police officers were injured and a police car was set ablaze before things calmed down. Hateful comments from Church leaders brought push back from AfD co-chairman Frauke Petry in her speech on Saturday against their "ugly, deprecating and polarizing remarks." (See more on that below)

Why are White people traitors to their race? Blame the Christian churches.

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-04-19 16:50

Cologne Cathedral


By Carolyn Yeager

THIS WEEKEND, THE "ALTERNATIVE FOR GERMANY" (AfD) registered political party will hold its federal party conference in Cologne. The Christian churches of this city view this with concern - and are planning counter-events.

The churches in Cologne feel that it is important to make it clear that “
hate and intolerance are not a means of political debate.” So said the Catholic city commissioner of Cologne, Robert Kleine on Wednesday. "Because of our faith, we are committed to charity, tolerance and solidarity," he said.

Thilo Sarrazin's latest book "Wishful Thinking" another best seller

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-04-12 19:20

HERE IS AN INTERVIEW PUBLISHED ON APRIL 9, 2017 at The European.de. It's gone through Google Translate, with a small amount of further editing from me, but it's quite readable. -cy

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Thilo Sarrazin is one who, for many people, talks about what's really going on in our society. The reactions to Thilo Sarrazin's statements in his books on refugees, immigrants and his criticism of Islam show that we live in a divided society. He is dominant in the media after every book publication beyond that of hardly any other author. He is a guarantor for headlines that sell well. With NITRO [sorry, I don't know what the letters stand for -cy], Thilo Sarrazin spoke about his books, Islamic criticism, immigration and refugees, and "hard-hitting censorship" in the media.

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Germany, Immigration

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