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Britain First : Paul Golding is a Police Informant

Information has been passed to the National British Resistance which suggests that Zionist Paul Golding of Britain First is in fact a paid police informant. .

L.A. Times Incites Hatred Against White Afrikaners in Re-Released Racist Article on ANC Anniversary

In the racist anti-Afrikaner L.A. Times article, White Couple Backs Reforms From Behind an Electric Fence, Scott Kraft, interviews the Afrikaner Van der Merwes family, who reside on a small holding some 30 kilometres outside Johannesburg. Kraft paints a picture of a racist family detached from an American neo-liberal notion of how one MUST think and act in 21st century South Africa.

Father beats non-white unconcious for molesting 11 year old son

The father called 911 around 1 a.m. after he walked in on the alleged abuse, police said. When officers arrived, they found Raymond Frolander motionless on the living room floor. He had several knots on his face and was bleeding from the mouth..

Minority in your own country: Malmo ,Sweden

There is not just some big coincidence that many White countries across are becoming less and less White.

FDalai Lama opposes mass immigration into Europe, says immigrants should stay in their own countries

When the 13th Dalai Lama went to Italy last month, he was seeing the same thing happening to White Europeans, as is happening to Tibet – massive amounts of immigrants who are turning the native population into a minority.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

French National Front member converts to Islam

A far-right local councillor shocks Marine Le Pen's party by becoming a Muslim and sending Front National officials a video in which he urges them to embrace Islam

Front National councillor urges French far-Right party to convert to Islam Maxence Buttey
A Front National local councillor has embarrassed France's far-Right party by announcing his recent conversion to Islam – and urging fellow members to join him.
Maxence Buttey, 22, offended officials of the anti-immigration party by sending them a video in which he praised the "visionary" virtues of the Koran and urged them to become Muslims.
Mr Buttey, a councillor in the eastern Paris suburb of Noisy-le-Grand, said the Front National and Islam had much in common.
"Both are demonised and very far from the image portrayed in the media," he told Le Parisien newspaper. "Like Islam, the FN defends the weakest. The party denounces exorbitant interest rates charged on the debt of our country, and Islam is against the practice of usury."
Jordan Bardella, a local party secretary, said Mr Buttey had been suspended from a regional FN committee.
"Religion is a private choice which I respect but it must not enter into the sphere of our political activities. The proselytising video which Maxence sent out is unacceptable," Mr Bardella said.
However, Mr Buttey remains a party member and a councillor. The party has no power to sack him from the post.
"Some of my voters will be disappointed by my choice," Mr Buttey admitted. "But I'm ready to explain to them that Islam has a mission to unite all men and women."
He said he found it difficult to believe the "official" version of the September 11 attacks, adding that there was doubt about the "Merah affair" -- referring to the al-Qaeda inspired French gunman, Mohammed Merah, who killed seven people in the south of France in 2012.
"I am against the niqab [full-face veil]," he said, adding that Islam did not call for believers "to cut off heads as the Islamic State group does."
Mr Buttey said he had decided to convert after lengthy discussions with the local imam, whom he met while campaigning for election earlier this year.
"I was Catholic but when I reread the Bible I noticed all its inconsistencies," he said. "When I read the Koran thoroughly, I understood that this religion is more open."
The leader of the Front National, Marine Le Pen, has objected to schools serving Halal meat for Muslim pupils, a controversial issue in France, which has banned the wearing of the full-face veil in public and headscarves in state schools. It has Europe's largest Muslim population, estimated at six million.

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School for Nazis: Parents' horror as children in German school begin greeting one another with 'Heil Hitler

An entire high school class in Germany is being investigated after the teenage pupils allegedly started greeting each other with 'Heil Hitler' and communicating in Nazi slogans.
Parents and authorities are horrified after it emerged that some of the 29 student have been swapping Nazi sayings and slogans throughout the school day on instant messaging-app WhatsApp.
Photos of students aged 14 and 15 at a school near Leipzig in east Germany show them giving Nazi salutes and wearing Hitler moustaches.
Horrific: A photograph of one of the male students in class 9A at the Landsberg School near Leipzig, east Germany, shows him raising his right arm in a Heil Hitler salute
Students in class 9A at the Landsberg Gymnasiums near Leipzig regularly made anti-Jewish slurs on the messaging app, while praising Hitler as a 'great man,' local media reported.
Photos appeared in Germany's biggest newspaper BILD on Tuesday showing individuals giving the Hitler salute. One boy who was wearing a stuck-on Hitler moustache had his face blacked out.
Gampel, the former head of the local Halle Jewish Community, said his son had experienced harassment at the school.
'My son told me that someone had stuck a far-right NPD [National Democratic Party] sticker on his jacket. It was well known, it seems, that he was Jewish.'
'I have made a formal complaint with police for an investigation, but on the other hand it would definitely be the wrong thing to simply accuse the entire class and tar them with the same brush.'  
He said: 'Even after I read about it, I found it difficult to get him to talk about what went on. It was only through a lengthy discussion that he admitted what was in the newspaper article was essentially true.' 
A spokesman the state educational affairs minister in Saxony-Anhalt said: 'I am shocked. If this is true there can only be one way forward here: zero tolerance!'
The WhatsApp exchanges have been handed over to police and prosecutors.

Source bild.de & jewishmail.co.uk

Monday, 27 October 2014

Georgia Senate Race Demonstrates How Jews Control Our Elections

A close-fought senate election in the state of Georgia—and an accidental leaking of a campaign document—has once again clearly outlined just how the Jewish Lobby goes to work controlling elections to the highest offices in America.
The senate race—between Democrat Michelle Nunn and Republican David Perdue has, in the words of the Jewish Business News, been attracting “Jewish Attention.”

According to the Jewish Business News, Georgia is a “state with a sizable Jewish voter block” and the “race to fill the open seat of retiring Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss is attracting truckloads of cash from outside the state for advertising buys.”
Although campaign finance filings from the current quarter are not due to be released on Oct. 30, Politico reported Oct. 14 that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) spent $800,000 on TV ad buys in Atlanta on behalf of Nunn and is expected to spend $200,000 more in the coming weeks.
So where, one might ask, is all this cash coming from?
The answer was provided—accidentally—in a leaked finance campaign document briefing—which was accidentally published on Nunn’s campaign site for one day—and then quickly taken down.
The campaign document was however spotted and copied by the National Review magazine, and republished in part.
The finance campaign document, drawn up by well-known Jewish Supremacist “campaign strategist” Diane Feldman—who also counts among her clients Minnesota senator Al Franken, South Carolina representative James Clyburn, and former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa—identified Jews as a vital element for the Nunn campaign, specifically saying that their money would be vital to score a victory.
Even more importantly, Feldman pointed out that the level of Jewish support—and therefore campaign money—was directly linked to Nunn’s “support for Israel.”
The document drew attention to the “tremendous financial opportunity” in the Jewish community and identifies Jews as key fundraisers.
It notes that “Michelle’s [Nunn] position on Israel will largely determine the level of support here.”
According to the Jewish Business News, Nunn’s position on Israeli is something that “she has yet to articulate — her message on the subject is marked ‘TBD’ [to be decided] in the document — and Israel goes unmentioned on her campaign website.”
The document said that at least a quarter of a million dollars could be unlocked from the Jews in Georgia alone—with the implication being that this would be dependent on how subservient Nunn would be to Israel and Jews in general.
This is a significant amount when it is considered that according to official estimates there are around 130,000 Jews in the metro-Atlanta suburbs.
The Jewish Business News went on to detail how the two candidates have thus far been courting this “opportunity” of Jewish money:
Although both candidates’ positions on issues such as Israel have remained murky, efforts to reach out to the community have come in the form of Rosh Hashanah greetings from Nunn to Atlanta’s synagogues, according to a local rabbi who asked not to be named in order to remain apolitical.
According to the rabbi, both candidates also attended a pro-Israel rally at the Jewish Federation of Atlanta during the summer, though they did not speak at the event.
Although Nunn has made few public statements on Israel, JStreetPAC, the political action committee of the left-leaning lobby J Street, has spent more on her campaign than any other candidates in the nation.
According to OpenSecrets.com, Nunn for Senate has received $120,189 from JStreetPAC this election cycle. This amount is significantly more than the $97,819 the organization gave incumbent New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D).
According to Kerwin Swint, political science department chair at Kennessaw State University, a specifically Jewish issue that might affect the state’s Senate election is Nunn sharing a party with another too-close-to-call Georgia candidacy—that of Jason Carter, who is running for governor and is the grandson of former U.S. president Jimmy Carter. Many Jews consider the former president’s past statements about Israel and the “Jewish lobby” to be anti-Semitic.
It also important to note that J-Street is also a Jewish organization, the J standing for Jewish, and it defends the ethnic cleansing of Israel and ostensibly works for a two state solution. In an ideological difference of opinion, many radical Jews support a separate state as a way to preserve Jewish ethnic purity of Israel. It is not based on any call for justice, but what they see as the Jewish interests. So basically the candidates have two choices for funding on Israel, from two Jewish groups!
Georgia has a population of 10 million—yet it is a community of 130,000 Jews that are only about 1.3 percent of the population, and yet that both parties are directing their campaigns with great concern for the Jewish influence. Note also that huge amounts of Jewish money is coming in from New York and states far away from Georgia. And don’t forget that the way that Jewish dominated media treats a candidate also has a tremendous impact. All of this is a blatant object lesson in how “democracy” in America works these days.
Any candidate who is not pro-Israel, or who does not first and foremost express their loyalty to Jewish Supremacism, is almost automatically excluded from even being able to run for office.
Watch this video below by Dr. David Duke on how the Zio-fanatics control even presidential elections in America, and make sure that whoever “wins” an election, the Jewish ethnic self-interest is always served.

Germany: Minister wants to ban hooligan protests

North Rhine-Westphalia's interior minister wants to ban future violent far-right and hooligan demonstrations, following chaotic scenes in Cologne on Sunday in which 44 police officers were injured.
Ralf Jäger told journalists in Düsseldorf on Monday that the authorities “must convince the courts to forbid such demonstrations in future."
“This was no political demonstration, but a platform for violence,” he added.
Jäger said the hooligans had “misused the freedom of assembly”.
Politicians and police leaders were shocked by the scale of the violence committed by participants in the demonstration, which was purportedly a protest against Islamic extremism.
The gathering drew together members of far-right political parties including the anti-Islamic Pro NRW and Die Rechte with usually-opposing groups of violent football fans.
Jäger, a Social Democratic Party (SPD) politician, had to move quickly to respond to criticism from his Christian Democratic Union (CDU) opponents in the state parliament.
“My impression is that the situation wasn't properly understood,” CDU leader in NRW Armin Laschet said on Monday.
“It was obvious that far-right supporters would come to Cologne in large numbers.”
One anti-Muslim blog called Sunday's violence “the miracle of Cologne”, claiming it “resembled the first demonstrations which helped bring down the unjust system of the GDR [former East Germany].
“Against Salafists, nice words are of very little use, but physical presence sends them back to their hiding-places," the author wrote.
Meanwhile, mainstream football fans' organization Pro Fans sought to distance itself from the image of the hooligans who took part in the weekend's violence.
“What's new about this is that it no longer has anything to do with football,” spokesman Sig Zelt told the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung.
“We as Pro Fans denounce what they're doing.”
Federal Justice Minister Heiko Maas, added that “those who bring violence into German cities must be pursued and punished with all the powers of the rule of law".

Friday, 24 October 2014

Immigrants make Irish better looking says politician.




Olivia Mitchell, the Fine Gael deputy for Dublin South said that immigration should be increased because mixing the Irish with immigrants makes the children “better looking and taller”.


Although the debate was originally about requiring the father’s name to be on birth certificates, she trailed off into an anti-White argument calling for more immigration.


As a small island country we should be expanding our gene pool, not reducing it,” she said.


I think as an island country cut off from the rest of Europe, it’s a good thing that we have a certain amount of immigration. Mobility of races is a good thing,


You can even see the better-looking and taller children now as a result of the Celtic Tiger years [1995 - 2000 when immigration was increased considerably]. I think it’s a good thing to keep our IQs up there; it’s not just about appearance.


The Census from 2011, found that Ireland was 94.3% White. 6% non-White is not good enough for these anti-White politicians.


If White countries are turned into minority White countries, that’s probably when anti-Whites will say there is no need for more immigration.


Deliberately turning a population into the minority, through any methods – violent or non-violent – is genocide.


It just so happens that this White genocide taking place today is by flooding White countries with millions of non-White immigrants, and then chasing down the White areas which are “not diverse” and “too White”, forcing them to take in more non-White immigrants.


The anti-Whites in power hope that by moving non-Whites into all and only White areas we will eventually mix ourselves into a minority. It’s called “diversity” but it’s actually a code word for White genocide.


-- Immigrants make Irish better looking says politician. - White GeNOcide Project

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Nazi-stolen painting put on display, sort of

On the second floor of the Wiesbaden Museum in Hessen hangs a piece of art from Hans von Marées but it can't be seen.
The painting called "The Refreshment" has been hung to face the wall as part of a public donation campaign to buy the painting for a fair price from its last legal owner.
In 1934, Max Silberberg, a Jewish industrialist in Breslau, was forced to sell the painting to the local Nazi regime, after which it landed in Wiesbaden. Silberberg and his wife were both murdered in Auschwitz.
"The painting has been in storage and has not been seen since the 1980s," a spokesperson for the Wiesbaden Museum told The Local on Monday, adding that it will remain unseen when or if the museum can raise the money to buy it.
"We agreed on a price, but it doesn't yet belong to us, and so we won't show it until it legally does," the spokesperson added.
The Refreshment as its currently on display in the Wiesbaden Museum. Photo: DPA
"The Refreshment" is in the middle of the museum's permanent collection and the only painting in the "Wiesbaden creates the Turn" campaign in which €93,000 has to be raised. That amount covers the cost of the campaign and a third of the buying price. The rest will be paid out by the "Friends of Museum Weisbaden" organisation and the culture ministries from the state.
"We want to right not only the image, but also a wrong," said Thilo von Debschnitz of the creative agency Q who came up with the concept of the exhibition. The idea behind the campaign was not just to acquire the painting for the Wiesbaden Museum, but also to highlight the work being done by art institutions to correct some of the wrongs done by the Nazi regime.
Wiesbaden Museum was once headed by Herman Voss, who was given the duty by Adolf Hitler to collect artworks for the planned Führermuseum in Linz.
Two other paintings have been returned to or bought from rightful heirs out of the gallery's archives

thelocal.de

Greece: Youth vote for Golden Dawn for racist/supremacist reasons, study finds


Debunking myth that the swing to Golden Dawn is due to exclusively to the economic crisis, researchers at Athens Panteion University show that young voters agree with racist-supremicist position of the neonazi party.

20/10/2014- Young people who voted for Golden Dawn in 2012 did so out of ideological conviction and not for reasons stemming from the economic crisis, a new study from a leading Athens university shows. Conducted by researchers at the Panteion University, the study also found that the level of identification among Golden Dawn’s young voters with its aims was higher than for youth who backed other parties. These voters generally view Golden Dawn as a “nationalist party”, rejecting as “despicable” its description as “fascist” or “neonazi” even though they recognise that there are ideological affinities between it and fascism. For them, Golden Dawn is a “patriotic-nationalist” party, which “puts the Greeks above everything else”. The almost total identification with the party’s “nationalist” ideology, expressed through the pride these young voters feel as Greeks pride, stems from the belief that Greeks are superior to other people historically and culturally. “When we had civilisation, others were living in trees,” one male voter aged 24 told the researchers, repeating a phrase often found in Golden Dawn’s “theoretical” texts.

In the June 2012 elections, Golden Dawn was the second most popular party in the 18–34 age group. The research was carried out by sociology department at Panteion University within the framework of a European programme called MyPlace (Memory, Youth, Political Legacy and Civic Engagement), which was conducted in 14 European countries (UK, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Georgia, Finland, Denmark, Russia, Estonia, Slovakia, Croatia, Latvia, Hungary). The quantitative survey was conducted in 2013 and involved 1,200 questionnaires being sent to young people aged 16–25 in the Attica region, which includes Athens. The researchers also conducted 60 semi-structured interviews with young voters and facilitated 15 intergenerational group discussions. “As the data from the survey makes clear, the widespread argument that young people (and not only) turned to Golden Dawn due to the economic misery is very debatable,” says Panteion professor Alexandra Koronaiou, who coordinated the research in Greece. “The research brings to light a number of other parameters that show Golden Dawn’s impact on a part of the youth and it highlights the strong ideological identifica-tions of new voters with the ideology that the party represents.

“This ideological positioning stems from the stereotypical perception of the glorious history of ancient civilisation and the (supposed) unbroken historical continuity and superiority [of the Greeks] over the centuries,” Koronaiou said. “This ‘cultural’ racism is complemen-ted by ‘biological’ racism, when it comes to the issue of attitudes and perceptions towards foreigners,” she added. “For example, only a small minority of these young voters accept that second- and third-generation immigrants could be considered Greek citizens. “The majority insists on the cultural and biological superiority of the Greeks and the corresponding inferiority of other ethnicities. However, this pride is accompanied by feelings of national humiliation, resentment and self-pity when faced with the decline that the country is experiencing,” said Koronaiou. The report shows that these feelings are accompanied by contempt for and rejection of democracy, procedures and institutions, encompassing hatred and anger towards political figures in parliamentary system and a clear preference for authoritarian and totalitarian systems.

Left rejected
The study reveals interesting findings as to why these young people are not turning leftwing parties, which some consider to be anti-systemic. Some of these voters say they reject the left, and specifically Syriza, because of their stance on immigration. The vast majority, however, argues that the only true “antisystemic” party is Golden Dawn and they describe the other parties, especially those on the left, as “hypocritical”. This view is summed up best by this comment from one young female Golden Dawn voter: “Politicians are only interested in their own well-being, their wealth; they are responsible for what we spend because the only things that matters for them are votes and money.” Koronaiou believes that Golden Dawn has reaped the benefits of targeting the youth at various levels. “Golden Dawn’s systematic infiltration and propaganda in schools and other spaces frequented by young people in their leisure time (such as fitness studies, soccer, camping, musical bands) has paid off. The youth is a tremendous force, whose ‘conquest’ all fascist and Nazi movements and parties gave great importance.”

She quotes from Golden Dawn’s own website to show the importance the neonazi party places on younger generations. In November 2012, one article said: “A generational battle is certain in the next election, with the vast majority of new voters supporting Golden Dawn.” Another proclaimed: “We have taken the youth from you, once and for all.” “Golden Dawn’s ideological influence over the youth is a very serious phenomenon in terms of the country’s social cohesion in the future and it highlights the urgent need for policies to combat racism and fascism among young people,” according to Koronaiou. “Why? As François Mitterrand once said: ‘If young people are not always right, the society which ignores and knocks them is always wrong.’”

Golden Dawn’s young voters in their own words
“Maybe nationalists” - Harilaos, 22
“I don’t know if it’s a neonazi party. I know that some officials have such views, but I don’t think it’s a problem ... I don’t think you can label the party, as it’s not a
something uniform. Let’s say that some are neonazis, some are nationalists, some are nazis, and others are just rightwing. I would say it’s more a nationalist party even though this doesn’t describe it.”

“They’re uncivilised” - Marios, 25
“If the those guys, the Somalis, cut people’s heads off in their country for breakfast, it’s because they are uncivilised, because we are talking about immigrants who have no culture. Cameroon, Angola. What are they? The best of them would kill their own mother. You can’t talk to these people. You just can’t, because they’ll draw a sword and do you in. You have to draw yours first.”

“We’re going forward” - Nikandros, 21
“It is the only party that I hear talking about the word “Greeks”, the only party I hear talking about promoting Greece, the only party I hear talking about solving the problem of illegal immigrants ... Golden Dawn supports nationalism; nationalism in each country means moving your country forward, to make it the ruler of the whole world and let the rest poke their eyes out.”

“I’m a Greek, not a Golden Dawner” - Nikodimos, 25
“Why do not I believe that a Greek should vote? A Greek patriot doesn’t vote; he doesn’t have a party. And something that’s misunderstood in Greece: whoever says he is a Greek is a fascist. So if you wear a shirt with the Greek flag, you’ll be called a fascist or Golden Dawner. I don’t view myself as a Golden Dawner; I’m a Greek.”
“We’re degenerates” - Marios, 25
“Where the Greeks are superior, where we could be superior is culturally. We could be ‘the’ country and be the centre of the world. I really believe it. Why isn’t one of us Obama, the ruler of the world? You ****ing start from here. We could be from the cradle; but we are not because we are modern Greeks. For me, modern Greek is the biggest insult you can say to someone. And I say it, we modern Greeks, **** it. We’re degenerates.”

“It’s all from us” - Domna, 25
“Compared to other nations, we are far more superior. Because we gave birth to democracy, which of course has now been abolished by everyone, but what examples can I give ... let’s say astronomy, I don’t know, all science, it’s all from us, it’s all from is ... Everything started from here, they’ve even taken some ancient names and are using them. Everything is from us.”

“I’m racist” - Voula, 25
“Yes, I say it, I’m a racist. Let’s be clear. No bull**** or anything, I’m very sorry ... Yeah, I have been forced to become one because I can’t be ashamed and afraid to move around areas in the country where I was born and raised ... Or be afraid to get into a public transport, which previous generations have paid for, to be able to move around comfortably ... Why do we not put them on a ship and sink it somewhere in the Aegean sea?”

“It’s like if was elected” - Mario 25
“[Golden Dawn] is not a party. And it’s not party like those parties that have become degenerate nowadays. The difference is probably that it’s not made up of politicians. Now a politician has become a profession, I don’t know if you can study it somewhere, to grow up to become a politician and learn to lie. These people [Golden Dawn MPs], are from around the corner, who have been really up against it. They haven’t from America to pretend that they know Greece. They haven’t come from France. They are people from [the Athens districts of] Kypseli, Agios Panteleimonas who have really been up against it. People who before becoming MPs were probably one or two years unemployed, who had nothing to eat. That’s the difference; it’s like if you or I entered parliament.”
* Translated from an article by Giorgos Kiousis that appeared in the Sunday edition of Eleftherotypia 

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