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Amanda Crosby was like many other Western girls, emotional and completely naive to human behavior as she was taught from a young age that everybody is equal. “I thought, you know…If they just came here they might stop gang-raping women and torturing homosexuals,” she explained to our reporters
The Holocaust has become the greatest instrument of sympathy which any nation has ever been able to use to gain support for wars, expansion and foreign-aid: This has made Israel the world's sixth strongest military power. .
“In Germany shall divers sects arise, Coming very near to happy paganism. The heart captivated and small receivings Shall open the gate to pay the true tithe.”
The chief of firemen stands in front of a blazing house. A sobbing woman says her child is still in there. She implores him to send a fireman into the inferno to save her child.
Monday, 2 May 2016
A Flemish priest in Kortemark made controversial remarks about the prophet Mohammed and Islam in a religious celebration in front of pupils in the sixth year of primary school. Although the parents say they are shocked, Germain Dochy (77) does not see the problem. "Don't I have the right to tell the truth any more," he asks.
While pupils from the municipal school "De Kreke", aged between 11 and 12, were repeating for the last time for their confirmation of the Confirmation, the priest spoke his mind about Islam and its prophet Mohammed. "Mohammed was a thief, a murderer and a rapist. He had 45 wives, the youngest of whom was 9. And in reality, Islam isn't a religion," he said.
The parents, told about it by their children, and the school say they are shocked by these remarks. The teacher who overheard the words shared her indignation with the management of the institution.
Active for 52 years as a priest, Dochy does not withdraw anything of what he said. "I told the children that Mohammed wasn't a prophet. For Islam maybe, but not for us," he added in the "Krant van West-Vlaanderen". "Mohammed led a life of debauchery and made several wars. ... And then there is Islam, which acts like a religion but in reality is an anti-religion." he went on.
The Bruges diocese is aware of the affair and has contacted the priest. "Dochy told us that he regretted his remarks and that he apologised if he had offended anyone," said the spokesman.Source
Humza Yousaf, the Scottish government Minister for Europe and International Development, has written about White genocide on Twitter.
This was in response to a Tweet he received from someone who criticized the Scottish National Party, a left-wing party which wants Scotland to be separated from the UK, but also wants more non-European immigration.
While Yousaf and those who took his side made fun of being accused of White genocide, at least they are breaking the silence on this “diversity for White areas only” agenda.
In the words of Oscar Wilde, “There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.“
Last week, we pondered a semi-subtle Nazi-themed decal applied to the rear window of a Volkswagen CC (that obviously blocked the driver’s rearview of history). After we posted that piece, another reader supplied the image above, which shows a Volkswagen GTI sporting a novelty plate that directly links the Führer’s People’s Car with the Nazi execution of nearly 6 million Jews.
Are Volkswagen fanboys the most likely car enthusiast group to show full-on anti-Semitism?
The display of racist imagery isn’t limited to just Volkswagen, or just the Nazis. One only needs to look to (predominately) rural America and Canada (we see it lots here) to find many Confederate flags affixed to pickups and the like. The racism attached to the Confederate flag is usually thinly veiled with explanations of “Dukes of Hazzard” fandom or having a relative who fought for the South in the American Civil War.
Just last year, a group protested Kid Rock’s use of the Confederate flag at concerts and called on General Motors to stop sponsoring his tour. Even pro-golfer Bubba Watson got caught up in the fervour surrounding the Confederate flag when he promised to paint over the imagery on his authentic General Lee Charger.
Debate continues over the Confederate flag’s appearance on state-issued license plates. Maryland phased out license plates featuring the Confederate flag after a federal ruling on the matter, which followed Texas and Virginia. Georgia, however, continues to sell Confederate-themed license plates — the proceeds of which partially fund the Sons of Confederate Veterans — after sales of that plate were temporarily suspended.
Yet, no such thin veil is used for this Volkswagen novelty plate. And though Daimler made some impressive machines for Hitler during Nazi rule in Germany, we’ve yet to see a C-Class festooned with swastikas.
Sunday, 24 April 2016
Kent Police are on high alert ahead of a meeting of anti-immigration movement the Pie and Mash Squad today.
A counter demonstration by Kent Anti Racism Network is also planned, stoking fears of a clash.
The North West Infidels, behind chaotic scenes in Liverpool in February, could be set to join the Pie and Mash Squad, according to a Facebook post.
March for England has blighted Brighton on April 23 in recent years, prompting Sussex Police to step up patrols this year in case of a repeat.
St George's Day is not typically celebrated as enthusiastically as St Patrick's Day is by the Irish – as well as Brits – with some fearing a Far Right attachment to the date has had an effect.
The Royal British Legion branded the Pie and Mash Squad's plans for Dover as "disgusting" and branded them "thugs".
Stop the March for England are planning a celebration to mark the absence of the Far Right, although police remain alert to possible flash points.
The Pie and Mash Squad, meeting in a Dover pub at midday, has issued a threatening warning to journalists hoping to infiltrate them.
The group, which loves "pie and mash and Britain the way it used to be", operates under the slogan "we go where we want".
But it regularly posts xenophobic messages on its Facebook page.
On Friday, it featured a picture of a man purportedly a Welsh left-winger, alongside the threat to throw him "into the sea at Dover".
It also featured a picture of some men outside London's Muslim Centre captioned: "Right-wing resistance."
In a threatening recent post, reporters are told they will "end up wishing they had not bothered" trying to attend the group's pub meeting place today.
The Pie and Mash Squad told the Dover Express it had intended to march through Dover but cancelled that plan in view of a veteran's march being arranged for the same time.
In response to the counter-protest, the Pie and Mash Squad said: "Been told that the 'pie festival' thing in Market Square is a way of getting a mob into town and they are planning to hilariously throw pies at us.
"Epic. Our venue is far enough from them they wont be bothering us. 5w We go where we want."
source the telegraph.
PS: The dragon nowadays is leftist, anti-White, anti-patriotic ideology...