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Angela Merkel calls her own constituents "vile" for not wanting to race-mix Germany

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2015-08-25 00:43

Is this not a grotesque image? The soft and squishy twin 'puppets' - communist French President Hollande and globalist Chancellor Merkel - are "leading Europe" in developing "a unified system for the right to asylum." The Right to Asylum?? Who voted on that right?

The Merkel-Hollande press conference took place Monday because the two "leaders" are caught in a total bind due to their professed dogma that Europe is an open, multiculural continent. Well, a lot of folks are taking them up on that this summer. But many EU countries don't want to be open and multicultural. So things are not going too smoothly.

Earlier, Merkel over-reacted to criticism from the left for not dealing forcefully enough against the anti-migrant sentiment in her country.

Full text of "Significance of Leo Frank lynching 100 years ago" radio podcast

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-08-19 13:36

On the Significance of the Lynching of Leo Frank 100 Years Ago

Transcript of The Heretics' Hour radio program of August 17, 2015

By Carolyn Yeager

One hundred years ago today, August 17, 1915, around 7 o'clock in the morning, Leo M. Frank paid with his life for the murder of 13-year old little Mary Phagan.

It was unusual though, in the fact that instead of being hanged by the state of Georgia, as was called for by the jury verdict of Guilty brought against Frank, he was “lynched” by a committee of 28 well-known, responsible male citizens of Cobb County, Georgia. Therein lies a large part of the reason for the continuing unease with this event even 100 years later.

The Heretics' Hour: On the significance of the lynching of Leo Frank 100-years ago

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-08-17 11:56
 
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August 17, 2015

Phagan family photos: left, Leo Frank hanging from a tree; center, Phagan family at Mary's funeral; right, Mary Phagan and her aunt Mattie. Below right: New York City event poster. [click on both images to enlarge]

Carolyn gives her views after a thorough study of the Leo Frank murder case. Among her observations and conclusions:

  • Why Leo Frank is the murderer of Mary Phagan, whose guilt has never been legally erased by a pardon;
  • How organized Jewry tried to subvert justice during Frank's trial, its aftermath, and still today;
  • The impact of Govenor Slaton's commutation of Frank's death sentence the day before he left office;
  • How the Leo Frank case compares to the Dreyfus case (France) and the Beiliss case (Russia), which were contemporary events;
  • Defense lawyers accusations of "antisemitism" in the prosecution of Frank were unfounded libels;
  • Memorial events put on by Jewish groups today treat Leo Frank as a hero-martyr.

Jews succeed through applying pressure. They are emailing the Cobb County Board of Commissioners and the Marietta City Council asking them to make some sort of statement of contrition about the Frank lynching. YOU SHOULD WRITE TOO, saying you think Frank was guilty and the lynching appropriate for the time, asking them to remain silent on the matter.

Go here for a very informative interview with Mary Phagan Kean that appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper in 1999.

Greece's euro failure due to politics placed above economic reality

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-08-03 13:46

The "Birthplace of Democracy" theme has become a political trap.

By Carolyn Yeager

Everything is political … as I have recognized and repeatedly said for a while now.

The Greek euro crisis and collapse was inevitable since it was an impossible union to begin with. Greece was allowed into the Euro Group in 2001 for political reasons, when the economic data was screaming against it.

The director of an American-based 'think tank' has expressed this in her own words on a recent radio program. Heather Conley, director of the Europe program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said the Euro currency project “was a structually flawed project” from the start because it was designed POLITICALLY with the purpose of uniting Europe.

"They were warned about it. This was an economic project designed politically to make Europe more united. But instead it’s pulling Europe apart.”

Georgia Judge says Leo Frank posthumous pardon is not legal

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-08-01 15:26

The letter written by retired judge Randall Evans Jr. is currently on sale at Ebay. Enlarge

By Carolyn Yeager

On May 15, 1983, retired Georgia Appeals Court Judge Randall Evans Jr. published a statement on the Leo Frank case in The Augusta Chronicle-Herald in which he claimed that the proposed posthumous pardon of Frank was "completely ridiculous" because a dead man can't be pardoned.*

[*the actual article from the Chronicle-Herald cannot now be accessed, but it was commented on and quoted from at the time.]

Evans also said that the evidence of Frank's guilt "was overwhelming" and described the commutation of Frank's sentence as "the rape of the judicial process" by Govenor Slaton.

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Resistance lives - in Dresden

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2015-07-28 21:54

On Monday, over 2000 heroic German souls marched in a PEGIDA-sponsored demonstration against their government's acceptance of asylum-seekers and migrants who are now invading the eastern part of Germany from the Balkans.

  • The BBC reported that "In a Dresden suburb, the car of Michael Richter, a councillor who had been helping refugees, was blown up." Kudos to those who are letting the authorities know that they are serious. 
  • Last week, a new tent city sprung up suddenly in Dresden's Friedrichstadt district as a temporary refugee center. Fights between refugee-opponents and refugee-supporters have broken out there.
  • A month ago, on June 28, a brand-new, still uninhabited refugee center in the historic town of Meissen (of porcelain fame), close to Dresden, was set on fire and burned during the night. Investigators say it was started deliberately. "We currently suspect arson," a Police spokeswoman said.

An intelligent Greek

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-07-15 18:59

"We are Europe's bankrupt child and as a child, Europe has been supporting us for five years and told us what we needed to do to get out of this situation. We did nothing and now we are paying the consequences."

... Yannis Theodosis, a 35-year-old civil engineer

The Trouble with Greece

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-07-12 16:52

A Greek "Evzones" presidential guard stands to attention in front of the parliament during a demonstration against austerity measures in central Athens on July 12, 2015 (AFP Photo/Angelos Tzortzinis)

By Carolyn Yeager

Modern Greece is a fairly new experiment in independence, and as such has never actually functioned totally independently. The world expects too much from Greeks, confusing them with the ancient Athenian democracy that we learn about in school. The Greeks are also confused about this, since they encourage this comparison with those great Greek citizens of old … a comparison they cannot live up to.

First Greece was incorporated into the Roman Empire, followed by the Byzantine, and then for 300 years Greeks were subsumed into the Ottoman Empire ruled by Muslim Turks. Their modern state was formed only in 1830 with the help of the European Powers who helped the Greeks win their war of independence.

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Greece loses, but thinks it's won

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-07-05 19:37

Democracy wins!

The childish Greeks who are cheering "victory for democracy" in Athen's Syntagma square tonight don't yet realize that Greece has lost ... or is lost. Greece came into the Eurogroup in 2001 in a weakened state and has been on the receiving end ever since. Yet they are portraying themselves as victims of a system that they forced their way into, thinking only of the benefits to be gained at the outset. When the time inevitably comes to stand up as a responsible partner, Greeks are not up to that and they turn to the communist promises every time. I am very happy, though, about the "No" vote. It's a prayer answered.

The news is still breaking but following are some of the first comments made by responsible Eurozone members and EU national leaders:

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, leader of Merkel's centre-left Social Democratic junior coalition partner, said it was hard to conceive of fresh negotiations on lending more billions to Athens after Greeks voted against more austerity.

What a Syriza office in Athens looks like

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-07-05 12:52

From Business Insider: Mike Bird got this photo of the inside of one of Syriza's offices in Athens, in Exarcheia. Apparently quite recently.

That's Lenin, Engels, and Che Guevara on the wall. 

Is that Marxist enough for you? Naturally they love to make Germany the fall-guy.

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