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The pendulum swings—it's our turn now

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-06-29 21:33

The Democrats were anticipating what can happen to their "great society" with the retirement of just one Supreme Courts justice, Anthony Kennedy (pictured), while Trump is president. It just happened.


By Carolyn Yeager

EARLY IN MY LIFE, I experienced the cultural takeover of the U.S. by the Left with the Warren Supreme Court and all that it entailed. Now I have lived to see the pendulum begin to swing back in the opposite direction … as it always does.

My good friend Ray Goodwin likes to bring up that pendulum imagery, saying “Never fear, it will come back our way eventually. It has to.

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Donald Trump, News

Trump's shocks to the System are the best thing going

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-06-10 14:40

Already iconic photo of US president Trump resisting the persuasions of his European allies at the June 2018 G7 Summit in Quebec, Canada.


By Carolyn Yeager

IT'S BEING ASKED IF DONALD TRUMP IS TURNING THE UNITED STATES AWAY FROM THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER that was established after the Second World War.

I certainly hope so. And I am more encouraged that this is so by his performance at the G7 Summit in Quebec. Let me just say that I approve of what he is doing. I have learned that he is always several steps ahead of me, so as I am nervous and worried every time there is a flare-up about the methods he uses, I eventually recognize that he was right (and successful) and I was too timid.

Then I say of him, he is brighter and braver than I, by a long shot, thus I should have faith from now on. Of course, it's not that easy, but still, Trump is becoming more, not less, of a hero to me. I'm getting used to his saying and doing what shocks us, mostly only because it “never happened before.” He is continually breaking protocol, for sure. It's like, oh my god, now what?

Write your congressperson opposing the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act of 2018 introduced yesterday

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-05-25 12:17

THIS  DANGEROUS  US CONGRESS BILL CONFLATES CRITICISM OF iSRAEL WITH ANTI-SEMITISM and has the support of both major parties. Some of its exact language is as follows:

A Bill to provide for the consideration of a definition of anti-Semitism for the enforcement of Federal anti-discrimination laws concerning education programs or activities.

(D)iscrimination against Jews, Muslims, Sikhs, and members of other groups violates Title VI when that discrimination is based on the group’s actual or perceived shared ancestry or ethnic characteristics’.

The 2010 Dear Colleague letter cautioned schools that they ‘‘must take prompt and effective steps reasonably calculated to end the harassment, eliminate any hostile environment, and its effects, and prevent the harassment from recurring,’’ but did not provide guidance on current manifestations of anti-Semitism, including discriminatory anti-Semitic conduct that is couched as anti-Israel or anti-Zionist.

Merkel's new Foreign Minister Heiko Maas: “I went into politics because of Auschwitz”

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-03-14 19:07

Heiko Maas wants to make a big splash as Germany's new foreign minister.


By Carolyn Yeager

STILL STUCK UNDER ANGELA MERKEL, GERMANY IS GOING FROM BAD TO WORSE. The only silver lining is that this new government is the weakest it's ever been. It may not last out the 3.5 years left to it.

The dearth of talent from which to form a cabinet is astonishing. The tired old faces have been pushed out (except for Merkel's), but the new ones are at best uninspiring. At worst, like with the the very slight and unimposing former justice minister Heiko Maas as the new Foreign Minister, it's hard not to laugh out loud. Where is the gravitas a foreign minister should have?

Another one out – Cheers for Trump's handling of it

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-03-06 23:24

Gary Cohn at a World Economic Forum meeting Jan. 25 in Davos seated between President Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)


By Carolyn Yeager

BIG WALL STREET JEW GARY COHN ANNOUNCED TODAY HE WAS RESIGNING as Chief Econonic Advisor to President Donald Trump. Trump appeared non-plussed as he thanked Cohn for his “dedicated service to the American people” in a formal statement.

This is good news for those of us who want less Jewish influence in our government. Cohn was widely seen as part of a triumvirate of senior liberal Jewish advisors that includes daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner, both belonging to the orthodox Hasid community. Cohn's departure is expected to take place in about three weeks. Jared recently lost his top security clearance at the White House and he and Ivanka have been quiet lately.

The reactionaries arise: Sign an 'open letter' urging boycott of Austria's FPÖ cabinet members

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-12-29 00:40

Herbert Kickl, talented former FPOe party chairman, is the new Home Secretary (Minister of the Interior) in Sebastian Kurz's Austrian coalition government.


By Carolyn Yeager

FOLLOWING PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHU'S ANNOUNCEMENT on Dec. 18, 2017 that Israel's Foreign Office would instruct it's ministers to work only with lower-ranking officials from the Austrian ministries now headed by members of the FPÖ party, some far-left reactionaries and Jews have released an Open Letter also calling for a partial boycott of Austria's new cabinet.

Ho hum, I guess they felt someone needed to do something. None of the signers are currently in government, so it's just a headline they're trying to get. It appears there are only seven signers (or maybe sponsors): former French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner (Jew, pictured at right) and anti-racist Benjamin Abtan of AGEM; Leftist Jose Ramos-Horta (Nobel Peace Prize winner from East Timor; former Spanish foreign minister Socialist Miguel-Angel Moratinos, former Canadian PM Kim Campbell, and those tired old Nazi-Hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld.

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

Let's demand mothers Susan Bro and Donna Soto appear together at public event

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-09-20 14:01

One of several comparisons of two mothers of "murdered daughters" - murdered at the hands of so-called white haters or white psycopaths - which convinces me they are the same person 5 years apart ... playing a role. Notice how the natural part in her hair is even in the same place. Follow links below.


By Carolyn Yeager

SINCE ONE MOTHER ALLEGEDLY LIVES IN VIRGINIA and the other in Connecticut, anyplace in between would be a logical location for a meeting. Washington D.C. in a senate or house hearing room would be ideal.

After looking at presentations of the two moms, I am sufficiently convinced that they are the same person. The evidence is overwhelming. See here, here, here and here. If they are not, they can prove it by appearing together in a public forum. If the cry goes up that that is “too insensitive,” and the two refuse to appear together, we will know it is really because they can't, as they are indeed one and the same person.

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.

Ursula Haverbeck loses appeal, gets longer sentence of two years prison

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-09-01 13:59

Dangrous criminal 88-year-old Ursula Haverbeck in court again where she was sentenced to two years imprisonment without parole for calling the holohoax a lie in Germany.


By Carolyn Yeager

THE BEAUTIFUL AND COURAGEOUS URSULA HAVERBECK, NOW 88 YEARS OLD, received an increased sentence of 2 years by the appeals court she applied to after her 10 month sentence from a Verdun district court last November.

In the Verdun court, she was found guilty of holocaust denial and incitement. On Monday, August 29 the appeals court found her guilty of eight counts of “inciting the German people to holocaust denial” and gave her an even longer two years in prison without parole. It's like she was punished for bothering the court with her appeal, and a warning given to others not to follow her example. Yet we know the Jews cost the German people millions upon millions of euros with their endless legal actions brought against elderly former SS members who happened to be assigned to work at a camp during WWII.

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