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JEWISH Media BE DAMNED! -- Shocking Proof that Whites -- NOT BLACKS -- are far more likey to Be Shot by Police!

The above is a chart right out of 2011 annual firearms discharge report by the largest police department in America showing that although Whites are only about 5 percent of criminals and only about 3 percent of identified criminal shooters of firearms, they constitute 44 percent of those shot to death by the police in NY city, while blacks who are over 70 percent of violent criminals are only 22 percent of those shot to death by police. .

Denmark: Far-Right Ethno-Nationalist Party in FIRST PLACE!

For the first time ever, the far-right Danish People's Party (DF) has come out of an opinion poll as the nation's largest party.

Alois Brunner, the world's most wanted Nazi died in Syria

Over the weekend, the death of Alois Brunner, the world's most wanted Nazi, was all but confirmed by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Brunner, who was the top aide to "Final Solution" architect Adolf Eichmann, is thought to have died four years ago in Syria, where he lived for decades after sending nearly 130,000 Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II.


“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.”

Man against time

How do I soothe this lions heart? How do I quench my rage? I'm a man out of time in a valorless world, I'm a tiger in a cage! The gray men with their lunch pails, live out life as a working drone, they toil and sweat and in the end they get, old age and the nursing home!

Saturday, 7 March 2015

Ireland may give illegal immigrants citizenship

The Fianna Fáil political party has said that the estimated 30,000 illegal immigrants living in Ireland should be given permanent residency.
According to the Irish Examiner, Niall Collins, Fianna Fáil justice spokesman, said:

There are strong humanitarian, economic, and pragmatic grounds for addressing the situation facing the tens of thousands of undocumented migrants living here.

Our proposals would allow them to earn residency rights, thereby removing them from the black market and encouraging integration into normal community life in Ireland.

The scheme would only be available to migrants who can prove they have been living in Ireland for a number of years. Applicants must pay a levy to apply for the scheme.

Once admitted to the scheme, applicants will be issued with 12-month residency permission which will entitle them to get a job, set up a business or engage education or training.

In nearly all of Europe, including Ireland, the majority is against immigration, especially “non-European” (non-White) immigration.

The anti-White politicians just won’t accept that “no” means “no”. They seem to think that these anti-White policies are for “our own good”.

While we are surrounded by non-White immigrants who are radically different from ourselves, these anti-Whites live in their 99% White suburbs surrounded by walls and gates.

They may scream “diversity” and pretend that they are looking out for you, but really they are pushing for a White genocide – genocide by deliberately changing the demographics of White areas with massive immigration.

Thursday, 5 March 2015

Canada: 4 high schools pull out of cheerleading competition over jihad threat

“And that has one mother suggesting the terrorists have won.” She is right, of course. Threats like this are designed to “strike terror into the hearts of the enemies of Allah” (Qur’an 8:60), and make them live in fear, curtailing their activities because of the specter of jihad. This leads inevitably to curtailing also of speech critical of jihad terror and Islamic supremacism, and that leaves the way clear for the jihad to advance unopposed and unimpeded.
“Terrorist threat sees three Regina schools pull out of cheerleading competition,” CJME, The Canadian Press, March 3, 2015:
REGINA – Three Regina high schools and one in Saskatoon have pulled out of a cheerleading competition after threats were made against West Edmonton Mall in an online video.
And that has one mother suggesting the terrorists have won.
The video purportedly came from the Al-Shabab group and urges Muslims to attack malls including the Mall of America in Minneapolis and the one in Edmonton.
Denise Fisher of the Alberta Cheerleading Association says a dozen teams have pulled out of the competition scheduled for this coming weekend.
They include Campbell Collegiate, Balfour Collegiate and Winston Knoll Collegiate in Regina, and Bethlehem High School in Saskatoon.
Tina Caderna says her daughter, Trinity, was panicked when told about the cancellation, as she is serious about her cheerleading and trains for 30 hours a week.
“Whoever it was that posted that video has now won because we’re making a decision not to go based on the surfacing of that video naming West Edmonton Mall,” says Caderna.
The Regina Public School Division says it had heard from some parents who were concerned about the trip and would not be sending their children to the competition.
“The school division determined that due to the parents’ safety concerns and because we the school division can’t ensure the safety of the students travelling to the event, that we would not be participating as a school division,” explains Terry Lazarou, supervisor of communications with the school division.
Caderna, whose daughter also competes on another squad, says she will drive her daughter to Edmonton if she has to.
“This is something that she’s been doing for a long time and it wasn’t even an option not to go,” she says. “We were going, regardless.”
The Edmonton competition is a qualifier for cheerleaders to go to the 2015 World Cheerleading Championships in Florida in April.
The association’s website says the mall’s administration has confirmed “there will be significantly increased mall and police presence in the mall during the competition, although many will be plain-clothes officers.”
It also says the cheerleading association has contracted some additional security of its own, and has been working with an independent company to have onsite first aid and to ensure that its response plans align with West Edmonton Mall’s plans….

Danish asylum numbers plunge after rule changes

Newly-released figures show that the number of asylum seekers in January was only one fifth of what it was in September, while just three individuals from Eritrea applied for refugee status compared to over 500 in July. 

The number of people applying for asylum in Denmark has plunged after the country tightened its immigration laws last year to stem the influx of Syrian refugees, data released Wednesday showed.
In January, 626 people -- around half of them from Syria -- applied for asylum compared with 3,150 in September, according to the Danish Immigration Service.
The government said in September it would introduce a temporary, one-year residence permit for asylum seekers fleeing civil wars such as the Syrian conflict.
The new permit, which came into force this year, can be extended for another two years and does not allow family reunifications to be granted during the first year.
Denmark also introduced measures to make it harder for asylum seekers from Eritrea to come to Denmark. Due to those efforts, just three Eritreans sought asylum in Denmark in January, down from a peak of 510 in July. The restrictions on Eritreans were brought about as a result of a highly-controversial 'fact-finding report' that was roundly criticized by the report's one named source and other experts on Eritrea
"I think one of the most crucial factors for how many people apply is the length of the asylum and the conditions for family reunification," the ruling Social Democratic party's spokesman on integration issues, Ole Hækkerup, told Ritzau. "This is where the government has made an effort."
Denmark already had some of Europe's toughest immigration laws after governments between 2001 and 2011 relied on the support of the anti-immigrant Danish People's Party in parliament, in exchange for which the party was allowed to help shape migration policies.
The number of asylum applications also fell in neighbouring Sweden in January but by a much smaller percentage, down to 4,894 from 9,976 in September, according to the Swedish Migration Board.
Sweden became the first European country in 2013 to grant automatic residency to Syrian refugees and has since seen asylum requests rise to record levels, expected to reach about 90,000 in 2015.
The country receives the highest number of refugees per capita in the EU and is second only to Germany as a destination for Syrians fleeing the Middle Eastern country's civil war.
The number of migrants entering the EU nearly tripled in 2014 to 280,000 from to just over 100,000 the previous year, mainly due to the conflict in Syria, the bloc's border agency said on Wednesday.

France: Cake maker threatened with legal action by black activists unless he stops selling "Racist" chocolate cakes

A cake maker in the south of France has been threatened with legal action for inciting racial hatred unless he stops selling cakes deemed “obscene” by an anti-racism group in France. The baker told The Local he's a victim of "intellectual terrorism".

The owner of the pâtisserie in the town of Grasse, near Nice could find himself in hot water after being accused of selling racist cakes.
The sweet pastries in question, named “Gods” and “Goddesses” are in the form of obese people, covered in dark chocolate with over-sized sexual parts.
While the baker who sells the little men and women filled with shortbread and chocolate mousse sees the cakes as inoffensive, for one anti-racism group in France, they are anything but.

“It’s pure and simple racism,” Louis-George Tin from France’s Representative Council of Black Associations (CRAN) told The Local.
After being made aware of the cakes by a shocked customer, CRAN denounced the “obscene slave trade caricatures that tap into the tradition of colonial racism” and threatened to lodge a complaint for inciting racial hatred.
“We are in a country where the word equality is part of the constitution, which means it doesn’t allow for racism. Does he think these treats adhere to the values of the French Republic?” said Tin.
“We must fight this kind of racism. I cannot imagine what would be said (rightly) if an African baker decided to represent Jesus Christ or the Virgin Mary in a similar way,” Tin said.
The group has asked the local mayor Jerome Viaud to take a stance.

However the baker Tannick Tavolaro remains defiant.
He told The Local he found the complaint absurd and firmly denies he is racist.
“At first I thought it was a joke then I read the news. It’s absurd and hurtful. These pastries have absolutely no racial connotation at all," he said.
“It’s made of chocolate mousse, which is why it’s black. The characters are little human beings, a man and woman but not a black man and a woman,” said Tavolaro.
“These people who attack me don’t know my story or my career or who I am. It’s just intellectual terrorism and I won’t yield to that kind of terrorism,” he said.
Tavolaro has vowed to continue to make his controversial cakes despite the threats.
“I am not racist. I do not belong to any political party. I just argue for freedom of speech,” he told The Local.
It's not the first time a bakery in France has provoked outrage over its creations.
In September last year a pâtisserie in Auxerre was forced to change the name of its biscuits named "bamboula" and "negro" after complaints from anti-racism groups.
And it's not just in France.
In 2012, Sweden's then culture minister Adelsohn Liljeroth came close to losing her job when she cut into the vagina area of a cake modelled on a black woman's body, which was part of an art project.

Monday, 2 March 2015

March Against #WhiteGenocide - March 21st 2015

Short Summary

The team behind Fight White Genocide.com are coordinating a March Against White Genocide on March 21st 2015 to spread awareness that massive non-white immigration and forced assimilation in ALL white countries IS White Genocide.

Donations will be used to produce White Genocide marketing material to be distributed by activists on March 21st.

What We Need & What You Get

  • Money raised will go to the production and distribution of White Genocide marketing materials i.e Stickers, Flyers and Banners
  • We are looking to raise $1,000. Any additional funds will be put towards our #WhiteGenocide billboard project in the Northern USA.
  • Donating to this fundraiser is an active way to participate in Fighting White Genocide
  • All contributors over $20 will receive a White Genocide media kit for distribution, if desired
The Impact

Genocide is a crime. And flooding ALL white countries with MILLIONS of non-whites and force assimilating the populations IS White Genocide.

On March 21st we are looking to make a HUGE impact and one of our goals is to see #WhiteGenocide as a trending hashtag on twitter.

Currently we are seeing a massive number of impressions each day, but more attention and discussion of this crime is needed.

Other Ways You Can Help

If you are unable to contribute financially, there are so many ways you can contribute to the success of this event:
  • Get the word out and make some noise about our campaign to help with fund raising.
  • On March 21st Get Out, Get Active & Get Pictures of your activism and send them in to FightWhiteGenocide.com.
  • Help make #WhiteGenocide a trending hashtag on twitter by posting and retweeting the hash.
  • Every little bit of activism helps towards forcing the conversation on White Genocide.
Fight White Genocide

My video from last year's March -

Friday, 27 February 2015

‘Pegida not welcome here!’ Newcastle counter-protest to reject ‘twisted prejudice’

Community leaders, politicians, union representatives and ordinary citizens have told organizers of the anti-Islam Pegida UK it is “not welcome in our city,” ahead of the group’s first UK march in Newcastle on Saturday.
A counter-demonstration is expected to attract more than 2,000 people, according to local newspaper reports.
Public figures, including George Galloway MP and comedian Russell Brand, are expected to speak at the anti-Pegida march.
Newcastle police say they are prepared for an influx of people hours before the city’s football match kicks off, as Newcastle United play Aston Villa at St. James’ Park.
Pegida, which translates from German as Patriotic Europeans Against The Islamization Of The West, has staged rallies throughout Germany and drawn thousands to the streets, both in support of its aims and to oppose it.
In Newcastle, the counter-demonstration has been organized by a coalition of trade unionists and anti-fascists, including Newcastle Stop the War and the University and College Union (UCU), protesting under the banner “Newcastle Unites.”

Newcastle resident David Kelly, 33, said he will join the counter-protest.
We don’t want these people in our city. They don’t belong here. We are a friendly, tolerant and welcoming place,” he told the Newcastle Chronicle.
David Stockdale, a Labour Party councilor in the city, said he will also be joining the anti-fascists.

Reuters / Heinz-Peter Bader
Reuters / Heinz-Peter Bader
We have a proud history of standing up to intolerance and hate and to groups like Pegida who seek to do harm to our Muslim sisters and brothers,” he told the Chronicle.
Pegida paint a brutal misrepresentation of Islam. It’s important to stand up to that and for me as a non-Muslim it’s important to speak out against Pegida’s twisted prejudice.”

The Newcastle Unites counter-demonstration will show Newcastle at its best. Islamophobia targets Muslims but it hurts us all and I’m so proud of how our wonderful city has come together to march in peace and solidarity against Pegida and everything they stand for,” he added.
Speaking to RT on Wednesday, Labour councilor Dipu Ahad said: “There’s no chance for them in Newcastle.”
The city is united [and] we’ve got national support. There was a clear message Pegida are not welcome. Our campaign has done a really good job showing unity, we’ve exposed them for who they are.
Social media users also expressed solidarity with the marchers. Animal rights campaigner Jon Proctor tweeted: “Come oppose the Islamophobic group PEGIDA holding a rally in Newcastle.”
Twitter user @catsinbelfry, who describes herself a socialist and feminist on her profile page, tweeted: “Support us against PEGIDA UK! Retweet #NewcastleUnites tomorrow from 10.00 as we march for unity in our city. #nopegida.”
When RT contacted Pegida UK for comment on the planned counter-demonstration, they replied: “Because of the time issue, being so early, numbers might not be so high!
We don't need a gigantic following! Want to keep it any control! [sic],” they added.
Rumors circulated earlier in the week that Pegida UK’s spokesperson, Matthew Pope, had resigned.
The organization has since denied this, saying: “He hasn't resigned. He is taking a break from the media.”

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Berlin rapper's stunt sets off homophobia row

Berlin rapper Bass Sultan Hengzt released an album cover calculated to smoke out homophobia among listeners, prompting what Germans love to call a “Sh*tstorm”.

In a first for German rap, the 31-year old released his new album, “Musik Wegen Weibaz” (Music because of girls) with a cover photo showing two men leaning in to kiss one another.
Fans on Facebook and Twitter left hundreds of angry comments about the perceived betrayal by their idol.
“Please no, I can't bring this to the checkout,” one of the first responses read.
Another wrote that "two gays are disgusting... I wouldn't want a child to see a gay couple as normal!"
One connoisseur of the scene suggested that Hengzt had hoped to provoke such a reaction all along.
“I think it comes from humour, because it's music 'against women'” rap.de editor Oliver Marquart told The Local on Tuesday.
“I don't think it's a political statement, but it's a very self-aware one.”
Knowing the typical – male, teenaged – audience of his music, the rapper picked a cover calculated to push buttons among a vocal minority, pushing objectionable fans away and gaining mainstream respect.
The outrageous statements of fans propelled the album onto ARD TV's flagship morning show, MorgenMagazin.
“It's a loud minority who have reacted very vehemently, who feel insulted,” Marquart said. “Maybe around 20 percent of the fans, but that's a guess.”
When it came to other rappers, they were largely in favour.
“Rap is too often homophobic, religiously extremist, racist or otherwise awful!” tweeted rapper D-Bo.
As for the mainstream, politicians weighed in too, with Green party chairman Cem Özdemir calling the comment conflagration “absurd”.
Bass Sultan Hengzt's name, the last word of which means “stallion”, is a clue to his usual aggressively heterosexual attitude.
“He's made very sexist music in the past,” Marquart pointed out.
And it will definitely take more than an album cover to solve the problems of homophobia and sexism in rap.
Meanwhile, the stunt's massive uptake by mainstream media and visibility online are sure to do no harm to his record's sales.


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