European Union

Mass brawl of 300 refugees at Tempelhof Airport shelter

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-29 22:04

Police with numerous shackled migrants. Will they be deported as they should or just released and sent to a different shelter? Will we ever know? (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

300 migrants went off on each other at Tempelhof Airport outside Berlin. There were violent incidents in Kreuzberg and Hakenfelde (Spandau) also, requiring hundreds of police to bring order.

Two bloody incidents in Berlin refugee camps broke out on Sunday requiring police operations.
► At 2 o'clock in the afternoon at Tempelhof Airport (Hangar 3): 120 policemen separated and subdued 300 refugees who were taking part in a mass brawl!

The Refugee Scam in Pictures

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-22 23:43

Would you want any of these young men moving into your community without family, without education, without a skill, without knowing your language? What benefit would they possibly bring? I found the first three pictures at Der Spiegel. They've removed them now.

Above: Fit young men protesting on the Greek side of the border with Macedonia. They are not allowed to pass because they are not of the currently accepted nationality. Look at the tattoos. The whole crowd here is nothing but young men.

Merkel's government demands police lie about refugee violence

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2015-11-19 23:42

A fight in a refugee shelter in Suhl, in the eastern state of Thuringia, left 11 people hurt. Police arrested 15 brawlers in the aftermath.

Are the refugee violence statistics sugar-coated?

An LKA (State Criminal Office) official told how the police downplay refugee crime - for the "civil peace". "It is not a lie, nothing is covered up, but there are things deliberately omitted," he says.

Hannover. The truth has many facets. Sometimes it can be terrible. Before his eyes, a refugee has struck another with a brutal headbutt, leaving the skull bloody. Markus Schwarz is an official of the state criminal police. He did not see the violence coming. Just a few days ago he had talked to the refugees in a relaxed way, about Islam, about German customs and about prophets in Christianity and Islam. It had seemed a very friendly atmosphere; the policeman and the university-educated Syrians had been curious to know about the other's different world. The conflict arose "out of nothing," says Schwarz. In the police report later, it said there was a dispute in an initial reception center "with a non-serious injury".

The Heretics' Hour: Kevin MacDonald's problem with Holocaust revisionism

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-16 20:51
 
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November 16, 2015

Carolyn puts Prof. Kevin MacDonald's statements about “Holocaust” revisionism made on Nordfront Radio this month under the spotlight, and contrasts his arguments with those of “convicted holocaust denier” and German heroine Ursula Haverbeck. Carolyn calls for more open discussion of why so many White nationalists are afraid not to believe in the “Holocaust” and why that is not an honest position. 1h23m

  • Need donations for Himmler speech translation - $2 minimum to receive a copy;
  • The terror in France will bring down Merkel's government;
  • Dissection of 5 min. clip of KMac on the holocaust on Nordfront radio;
  • Ursula Haverbeck: How German judges do the work of the Jewish accusers and the state of Israel;
  • Fritjof Meyer 2002 article on number of Auschwitz victims;
  • Why being neutral about the “holocaust” is not an option.

Accusations against Angela Merkel

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-15 22:35

From the full translated document found at Christogenea's Saxon Messenger:

Breach Of The Oath Of The Chancellor: An Open Letter by Major General Schultze-Rhonhof: Why Merkel Has To Step Down For The Benefit Of The German People

This is only one section from the entire "open letter" by retired General Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof (pictured), author of "The War That Had Many Fathers." He's giving it to her good!!

Accusations Against You

The main accusation against you is your breach of the oath of the Chancellor. You have sworn to work towards the benefit of the German people and to avert harm from the people. By tolerating and causing the tidal wave of immigration and by not being able to put an end to it, you have caused incalculable damage to the German people and its descendants. While some immigration may be desired you have rendered an absolutely negligible service to the German people with the minor number of immigrants who can actually be integrated.

At Pegida-Dresden, Tatjana declares German guilt complex officially over!

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-11-09 18:36

Another huge crowd at the Theater Square on Nov. 9, 2015, a special date in Germany for a variety of reasons.

On the anniversary of “Kristallnacht”, for which Pegida naturally got criticized by the usual suspects for insensitivity in going ahead with its regular Monday night stroll when all Germans should be wearing sackcloth and feeling “deeply ashamed” … yes, on this evening of November 9th, Tatjana Festerling decided to speak about a German future without German guilt.

“Are you ready to let go? she asked the cheering crowd that packed the Theater Square. “Then I declare here and now, on November 9, 2015 – 70 years after the war – the German guilt complex for the 12-year Nazi rule has officially ended.”

Terrific short video from Vincent Reynouard on the European Court, with English subtitles

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-11-08 16:55

The European Court of Human Rights - Instrument of dictatorship

A month ago, on October 15, 2015, the European Court of Human Rights "vindicated" Dogu Perinçek, the Turkish "negationist" of charges that he "denied" the Armenian genocide. Some saw in that ruling the logical possibility that this court would also accept similar challenges to the "Holocaust" on the same grounds.

But no. In this 15-minute video, Vincent Reynouard clarifies that the claim for "freedom of speech," which is guaranteed by the French and European Constitutions, will never, under current governments, be applied to speech about the "Holocaust" or "Shoah." He explains that this is because questioning the Shoah is uniquely equated by the Court with questioning democracy, and questioning democracy is an attack on the legal basis of the state ... supposedly a form of sedition. Seeing that there is no way around this for "Holocaust" revisionists at the present time, Reynouard advises that we give up on the Freedom of Speech approach and look for a different one.

Angela Merkel's chewed fingernails

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-11-07 23:19

The Chancellor's fingernails under the magnifying glass.

YUK. Still nail biting at her age?

Sure takes away from the dignity of the office.

Found at:  

https://www.facebook.com/Thank-you-Hungarians-and-Slovaks-402607363266390/

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"Close the borders, immediately"

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-10-30 18:48

The former head of the Federal Displaced Persons, Erika Steinbach (CDU), head of the Human Rights Working Group of the CDU parliamentary group in the Bundestag.

In an interview with the Stuttgarter Zeitung on Oct. 28, Erika Steinbach said of the current migrant crisis that Germany has already crossed the line of how many refugees with which it could cope. It was noted that the old Federal Republic coped with 12 million displaced persons after the end of WWII.

Erika Steinbach: “These are two very different situations. I myself lived with my mother and my sister from 1945 to 1952 in shelters. So I know what that means. One of my first memory fragments is our room with two beds. We had a toilet bucket in the room, no heating, no stove. That was five years after the end of the war it was that way. Although, at that time Germans came to Germans. The former refugees were expelled by brute force in cattle cars or on death marches from their home in which they would have mostly liked to stay, despite all the distress. These displaced persons did not flee to a rich, "promised land" in order to be able to live better there. They were forced out to a similarly devastated, impoverished part of their own country, to people of their own ethnic group. Nevertheless, there were many aversions towards their own displaced compatriots. Back then they were bound to create solidarity, because it was their fellow countrymen who came, who were no more or less to blame for the Nazi regime, but were subjected to the same collective punishment.

We can do it!

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-10-30 00:39

Tragi-comedy from Germany and Austria

We can do it!

Found at Pegida-Nurnberg

Seriously now, Angie?
Really without a parachute?

Clear, Werner! We can do it!

Found at Pegida-Kaernten

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