European Union

Hungary's Orban announces "ethnic homogeneity" is key to economic success, while Jews keep using “antisemitism” to push multiculturalism

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-03-01 19:47

Investigation carried out at Jewish Community Center in Southern Nevada. It's now reported that President Trump told some state attorneys-general in a meeting yesterday that "it's possible" these incidents could be false flags. Wow, go Trump!!


By Carolyn Yeager

FUNNY HOW THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IS EVERYWHERE playing up the “latest wave of anti-Semitism.” I'm seeing it wherever I look, from liberal to conservative news sites - the stories get big play. Could it be because of the continuing success of populist themes and populist politicians?

I think so.

Today I was interested in a speech given by Hungary's Prime Minister Victor Orban before the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Budapest. He won headlines by saying "ethnic homogeneity" was key in fostering economic success and that "too much mixing causes trouble."

Thousands of African invaders picked up off Libya coast and brought to Europe

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-10-07 13:50

One out of 30 overcrowded vessels that left Libya on Tuesday whose inhabitants were picked up by European rescue ships and delivered to Italy, where they will remain. Does this make sense?


IF SUB-SAHARAN AND OTHER AFRICANS CAN MANAGE TO GET A LITTLE WAY OUT IN THE WATER off the coast of Libya, packed into a rubber dinghy, they can be picked up by European Navy ships that are patroling the Mediterranan Sea - and brought to Europe.

They never return to Africa. Even though the Africans invaders are still much closer to Libya when they are 'rescued', they are taken to migrant centers in Italy, where they sit indefinitely unless they escape into Europe, headed to Germany or the UK in search of the best welfare handouts.

And guess who is ultimately responsible for this - Hillary Clinton, who works in league with George Soros. She insisted on bringing down Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi when she was Secretary of State and turn Libya into a war zone.  She used our US armed forces to do this dirty work. Now she wants to bring down Syran leader Bashar Al-Assad to make it a permanent war zone, necessitating more migration.

EU chief Juncker: Borders are the worst invention ever made

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-08-23 19:40

Jean-Claude Juncker speaks to Alpbach Media Academy reporters on Monday, August 22, 2016.


FOR EUROPEAN UNION COMMISSION PRESIDENT JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER, the enemies of Europe are nations and borders, not out-of-control migration and the changing racial-religious makeup of the continent. Or people like himself who encourage both.

Speaking at the Alpbach Media Academy Monday morning, Jean-Claude Juncker made some shocking comments, including saying that “borders were the worst invention ever made by politicians.” He called for all borders across Europe to be opened and said solidarity must be given to refugees and their children.

Final: Nine dead in Munich shooting rampage by one Muslim man

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-07-22 14:29

 

A body covered with a sheet lies on the sidewalk ouside the Olympic Mall in Munich, Germany on July 22, 2016.  (NONSTOP NEWS via AP)


It seems as if Donald Trump's acceptance speech last night at the RNC was not "too dark" in describing the situation in the West now -- as the liberal, pro-globalist news pundits have been saying. This event happened as if to underline and give credence to the Republican presidential nominee's world-view. Below is the story that came out around noon from the AFP news service. The updates are the latest information. -cy

Update 7-24: Munich prosecutor revealed that the teenager had spent two months in a closed psychiatric ward in 2015 and received treatment for social phobias and anxiety. Also, turns out that 6 (not 7) of the 9 victims were of non-German background.

Updates 7-23:  Greece's foreign ministry says a Greek man is among nine people shot dead by the gunman in Munich on Friday evening. Earlier, Turkey and Kosovo each confirmed that three of their nationals were killed.  [What? Seven of the nine are not German? -cy] Also, seven of the nine victims were teenagers!

Bavaria's police chief Robert Heimberger says the attacker (shown at right), now named as David S. (full name is allegedly Ali David Sonboly), was born and grew up in Munich, where he also attended school. An acquaintance of the Munich attacker says that he was quiet and reserved with a normal family background.

Migrants in Germany commit 770 serious crimes every day

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-06-11 00:23

ACCORDING TO A REPORT AT THE NEW OBSERVER online, an official Bundeskriminalamt (BKA - Federal Crimminal Police) report said that in the first three months of 2016 an astonishing 70,000 crimes had been committed by those who are being called “refugees.” The crimes consist of murders, thefts, counterfeiting, robbery, and assaults, writes the BKA in their report titled “Crime trends in the context of immigration.”

From The New Observer:

According to the BKA, nationals from the following countries have been arrested for crimes in Germany from January to March 2016: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Eritrea, Gambia, Georgia, Iraq, Iran, Kosovo, Morocco, Macedonia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Serbia, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey.

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FPÖ files legal challenge against result of May presidential election

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-06-08 14:15

Norbert Hofer (left) and Alexander Van der Bellen share the stage during the Austrian Presidential election campaign in May.


GOOD NEWS! A CHALLENGE TO THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RUNOFF, in which Alexander Van der Bellen was delcared the winner, was filed today by Freedom Party (FPÖ) leader Heinz-Christian Strache,

As you recall, it was the postal ballots that pushed former leader of the Green Party, Van der Bellen - who ran as an independent - over the line to defeat FPÖ candidate Norbert Hofer. The margin of victory was under 1 percentage point, or roughly 31,000 votes.

Strache filed an official challenge at the Constitution Court, saying “Without these glitches, irregularities and breaking of laws, Hofer could have become president. I think a re-election is very realistic."

Hofer sees no trace of politics in election result -- asks fans to respect it

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-05-24 17:41

Norbert Hofer and H-C Strache enter the press conference room on Tuesday, May 24. Hofer made clear he would not run for Chancellor himself but would support Strache's bid "with all his personality."

In a news conference today, presidential candidate Norbert Hofer and FPÖ party leader Heinz-Christian Strache made statements and took questions. They offered that there would be no protest of the close election result, but Strache said they had received a lot of letters [of complaints] and would follow up on them. “Only then can you tell if there is some truth” about irregularities so many are reporting.

Strache also called for a new electoral system with a restriction on the absentee ballot.

But Hofer said he could see no trace of “politics” interfering anywhere in the country and requested that Austrians respect the election results. Despite the outcome, he didn't regret his candidacy in any way and called the election campaign an "incredibly positive experience."

Schulz sticks his nose where it doesn't belong again - warns against a Hofer win

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2016-05-19 00:09

THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, Martin Schulz (above), warns against a victory of FPÖ (Austrian Freedom Party) candidate Norbert Hofer (see image below) in the Federal Presidential runoff election in Austria on 22 May. It's now only three days away.

"If the extremist right wins the elections in Austria and in Europe, this will change Europe's character,"

said Schulz on an Italian political program last Friday.

"The vast majority of people in Europe do not want this change. However, they are a silent majority if they accept that those who want the borders will win the elections. Those who are for Europe must mobilize, just like those who are on the other side, "

said Schulz. [That's why they keep bringing in third-world non-Europeans - to get their "vast majority." An evil scheme. -cy]

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Newly-elected AfD state parliamentarian speaks at PEGIDA rally on May 9th

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-05-10 16:03

AfD deputy in the Saxony state parliament, Hans-Thomas Tillschneider, speaking at the Pegida rally in Dresden on Monday, May 9, 2016.

Islam expert Hans-Thomas Tillschneider, who is freshly elected by direct mandate to represent the Alterrnative für Deutschland (AFD) in the Saxony state parliament, was a speaker at Monday's Pegida rally in Dresden.

He said he will always support Pegida because it deserves support.   Pegida has laid the groundwork for the current Islam-policy of AFD, and Pegida was against the EU and wants instead a Europe of nations.

Pegida was also against Islamization, said Tillschneider. Islam is just fine in it's his home territory, but "we just do not want it here with us, in our home, where it is foreign," he said. "Don't let yourself be persuaded that position is xenophobic and Islamophobic".

PEGIDA's Lutz Bachmann found guilty in corrupt German court

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-05-04 01:25

Lutz Bachmann speaking at a PEGIDA demonstration.

WHAT ELSE COULD ONE EXPECT?

A district court in the eastern German city of Dresden ruled on Tuesday, May 3, that Lutz Bachmann must pay a penalty of 9,600 euros ($11,044), after being found guilty of the idiotic charge of inciting hatred, a German legal specialty originating from the American occupation of Germany that began in 1945.

Prosecutors asked for a seven-month prison sentence (!) for using the words cattle, scum and trash on Facebook to describe foreign terrorists coming into the country from Africa and West Asia. Imagine, 7 months in prison for something as tame as that!

Bachmann's attorney had asked for an aquittal. The verdict is not yet legally binding pending a 3rd court session on May 10.

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