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“Please, men of Germany. Do something!”

Hello, you can read the newspapers but this video is about the real situation in Germany. I would like to tell everyone about this on Youtube and Facebook. I am almost 16. I would like everyone to know what is going on, what I am authentically feeling at this moment. .

Seasoned Feminist Not So Tolerant After Being Raped By ‘Syrian’ Refugees

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

Was there really a holocaust

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.

Sunday, 29 April 2012

18% of French Indigenes Have Experienced Racist Insults

A study from the French government's statistical agency INED has brought to light an interesting fact that vividly illustrates the stakes in the current presidential elections in France. 18% of French indigenes (defined as those who are neither immigrants nor the children of immigrants) have been the target of racist insults, remarks or attitudes.

Of course this anti-European racism is resolutely ignored by the many taxpayer-funded organisations that, under the banner of anti-racism, agitate against the interests of indigenous Europeans.

We saw the same thing illustrated in Britain today, when the negro Lee Jasper, chairman of Black Activists Rising Against the Cuts, denied that blacks were capable of racism.

“No black person in the UK can be racist. Racism is prejudice plus power. Black people can be prejudiced but not racist.”
Source: Telegraph

Bob Hawke helping sell Australian Farmland to the Chinese

A CHINESE conglomerate represented by former prime minister Bob Hawke is bidding to buy large tracts of prized irrigated land in the Kimberley region of Western Australia to establish a major sugar industry there.
The Shanghai Zhongfu group wants the right to farm all 15,000ha of land east of Kununurra being developed by the West Australian government as part of the long-awaited $311 million Stage-2 expansion of the Ord irrigation project.


Distant from afar, In this world we are. A flickering light, In a stormy night. And the oars of our ship they slap the sea, Rolling o're the waves of our destiny! Tossed in the tempest of our fate, The gods are the beacon that guide us straight! And row, and row I, Through life's storm and gale! Our strength may grow weak, But it will not fail!

With muscle and sinew, and the grit of ages, We stay the course through history's pages! And though our sails be torn and tattered, Sure as life's path be crooked and scattered, Forward we move to a pounding drum! Poseidon stand back! Cross the chasms we come! And row, and row I, Noble blood, I was born... Awaiting the call of the Gjallarhorn!

And the light that we follow, O' never twill die! It shines ever bright from Wotan's eye! So call out the cadence, Mark true every stroke! For this ship is the heartbeat of our folk! This ship is our rock, With sails full of dreams! Dreams that distinguish the people we are! Dreams that call to us..... So distant..... From afar! 

ROn McVan

National Front aims to revive 70s 'glory days'

In the febrile politics of the 1970s the National Front (NF) ruthlessly exploited working-class fears over immigration to create a far-right threat unseen in Britain since Sir Oswald Mosley.

The party's shows of strength saw police and anti-fascists clash violently on the streets, while at the 1979 general election the NF was able to mobilise more than 300 candidates and attract nearly 200,000 votes.
Yet its decline was as dramatic as it was precipitous. Rocked by a series of internal feuds and the electoral success of the breakaway British National Party (BNP), within a decade the NF was commanding little more than a few dozen supporters.
Now, amid mounting fears that the far right is riding a rising tide of Islamophobia in Britain, the whites-only party is seeking to stage an unlikely comeback. At next month's London Assembly, local council and mayoral elections it is putting up 35 candidates – the highest number it has fielded for 30 years.
Among its hopefuls is a businessman once convicted of assaulting an anti-racism campaigner who hopes to be the first directly elected mayor of Liverpool; a former BNP supporter arrested for burning a copy of the Koran; and Derek Beackon, the notorious far-right councillor.
Sabby Dhalu, of Unite Against Facism, said the NF had re-emerged as a result of a split within the BNP at a time when the movement was on the retreat electorally.
"At the moment we are seeing a decline in the fortunes of fascist parties but I think there could be a problem in the coming years as the Tories become more unpopular, and as we approach the next general election this could deepen," Ms Dhalu said.
In 2010 the BNP was celebrating when it secured European Parliament seats for its leader, Nick Griffin, and Andrew Brons. But last year it was nearly wiped out at local council elections, losing all five seats in its Stoke-on-Trent stronghold. Activists began quitting the party amid mounting financial and legal problems as well as determined opposition on the ground from anti-racism campaigners. However, increasingly shrill media coverage of Islamic issues, such as the deportation of Abu Qatada, and attempts by local racists to take advantage of issues such as alleged sexual grooming gangs, are providing a new touchstone for extremists.
"Islamophobia has some chance of gaining currency in this country as it has done in other European countries," Ms Dhalu said. "You have got the situation where there is a high level of Islamophobia and violent street attacks on Muslims being reported by communities. It is similar to the anti-Semitism that was used in the 1930s."
Last month councillors in Aberdeen voted to ban a march by the NF which would have co-incided with Adolf Hitler's birthday. Grampian Police said it feared the city centre rally could lead to violent clashes.
The current chairman of the NF, Ian Edward, refused to say how many members the party had although it was "a darn sight more than two years ago".
"You will find the party has changed a lot," the self-employed engineer from Hillingdon, north-west London, told i. "It has grown up politically. We are looking to solve the mess this party finds itself in."
An NF activist in the early 1980s and a senior organiser for the BNP, Mr Edward claims he was "purged" in a "witch hunt" by Mr Griffin and his supporters. Yet the party remains true to its 1970s roots. He said: "You have to define what a racist is. We are a racial nationalist party. We love our kith and kin but we are not a white supremacy group. The way the country is at the moment we have become second-class citizens. We offer hope."
But even during its heyday the NF enjoyed little in the way of democratic success.
Its best parliamentary performance came at the West Bromwich by-election in 1973 when it polled 16 per cent, although in the 1976 local elections it could command more than 20 per cent in strongholds such as Leicester, where candidates mobilised support around the arrival of British passport holders from Uganda. However, in the end defecting Tories or independents were its only elected representatives.
Still, Mr Edward likes to think big – particularly on the subject of Islamic repatriation which he admitted was his "ultimate" goal.
"My message would be, in the event of a National Front government we would remove our guns, our bombs, our tanks, our finance and our influence from your country and you must remove yourself from mine," he said.

Bibles are ‘homophobic’, Scots police told

Scottish police forces have been told not to accept a gift of free Bibles from the Gideons because the book “condemns homosexuality”.
The Bibles have been offered to Scottish police forces featuring each force’s badge.
But the Gay Police Association (GPA) is against the move, and has issued a statement demanding that the forces refuse to be involved.


In the past, the GPA has been in trouble with the authorities for making untruthful and misleading claims involving the Bible.
In 2006 the group was reprimanded for producing an ad featuring the Bible next to a pool of blood with the headline “in the name of the father”.
The ad blamed religion, focusing in particular on Christianity, for violent attacks against homosexuals.
But the Advertising Standards Authority ruled that the ad was untrue, indecent and unsubstantiated.


Trade union UNISON has joined with the GPA in opposing the offer of free Bibles for Scottish police forces.
Gideons say they want to offer Scottish police the Bibles as a “valuable guide to life”.
The group said they “can be offered to all members of the individual force, both serving police officers and civilian staff”.


But the GPA said in a statement: “Members of the GPA have contacted us expressing concern that their Force is officially endorsing a religious book containing text which condemns homosexuality.”
It added: “The GPA does not feel that a public service, such as the police, should be seen to be endorsing, by their active involvement, any particular religion over and above any other religion or non-religion.”
The GPA said if the Bibles were to be offered, “surely this can be done without the actual involvement of the police force concerned”.


UNISON commented: “It is not the role of a Police Force either to provide official endorsement of any religion or foist religious views on its staff.”
The trade union added that it hoped police forces in Scotland would “reject” the offer.

Germans ‘stealing our jobs’: Swiss politician

Natalie Rickli is a member of the Swiss People’s Party (SVP), the biggest party in the country, notorious for its anti-immigration campaigns generally directed against Muslims and people of non-white or non-European heritage.

“Honestly, people are getting worried because there are too many Germans living in Switzerland,” she said while taking part in Sunday’s SonnTalk political talk show on the Telezüri channel.

Wednesday’s Frankfurter Rundschau newspaper said she talked of a flood of Germans coming over the border and putting pressure on the job and housing markets. She claimed she had received countless letters from Swiss people who had lost their jobs to young Germans.

“There are many, many Swiss who think like this,” she told the host, but could not give any examples, instead referred to the ‘young Germans’ who were allegedly snapping up jobs.

Other guests on the talk show were shocked by Rickli’s claim, including the head of the Green Liberal Party Martin Bäumle who told Rickli that the idea of preventing Germans from entering Switzerland was “obscene” as the majority of them were doing “a super job.”

The Swiss government just passed a law limiting how many Eastern European immigrants would be granted a work permit this year. The limit applies to eight countries including Poland and Hungary.

The reform has been under discussion for some years in Switzerland and was touched on by Rickli on the television show. She told the host that she wished the law had been passed in 2009, when there was a chance of it including Germany.

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Holocaust message reaches new faces (VIDEO)

Growing up in a place as diverse as Boston, it’s hard to imagine reaching adulthood without knowing about the Holocaust.
But for many immigrants, that’s the reality.Before I came to the U.S., I knew about World War II but didn’t know about the Holocaust,” said 33-year-old pianist Aly Tejas, who emigrated out of Cuba in 1999. “And still, I don’t know much about it. What I have found out has been through things like the news.”
Franklin Soults, communications director for the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, said Tejas’ experience is not uncommon.
“There isn’t necessarily the same level of knowledge. That isn’t because there’s disinterest in the topic,” Soults said. “But people coming from other sectors of the world are learning about different things.
Boston’s Jewish community will come together today at Faneuil Hall for Holocaust Remembrance Day. More than 600 people are expected to attend the event to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, according to the Jewish Community Relations Council, one of the co-sponsors. Rena Finder, a Schindler’s List survivor, and children of Holocaust survivors will speak at the program to spread the mantra of Holocaust remembrance, “never forget.”
That’s also a goal at Brookline-based organization Facing History and Ourselves, which links history to moral choices and combats prejudices such as anti-Semitism through education.
Its primary case study is the Holocaust, and program coordinator Jeremy Nesoff said he encounters kids who might have a vague idea of what the Holocaust was, but don’t know a lot about Jewish culture in general.
“In Providence, we were looking at this amazing resource, a book of diaries from teenagers living through the Holocaust,” Nesoff said. “One of the diaries is by a boy named Klaus Langer from Germany, and one of the kids’ questions was, ‘Was he writing in Jewish?’ ”
Nesoff said it’s not so uncommon to find young people whose awareness of the Holocaust is lacking.
“Through no fault of his own, this kid just hadn’t been exposed to what it means to be Jewish and the range of Jewish identity,” he said.

Friday, 27 April 2012

Neo-Nazi case won't be heard by Supreme Court

OTTAWA — Canada's top court will not hear an appeal in a case involving a neo-Nazi leader's web postings that could have determined the power of Canada's quasi-judicial human rights tribunals.
Regina's Terry Tremaine, the head of the National-Socialist Party of Canada and a former university math lecturer, was found in contempt of court by the Federal Court of Appeal in November 2011 for refusing to remove web postings he made about blacks, Jews and First Nations people.
He had previously flouted a ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that found his postings were hate speech and ordered that he stop posting discriminatory messages and pay a $4,000 fine.
The tribunal, like other similar bodies that operate in parallel with Canada's criminal and civil law systems, can impose financial penalties and even jail time, but its powers to enforce rulings are limited.
That was a point not lost on Tremaine, who declined to remove his Internet postings.
Tremaine claimed that the tribunal had no power to enforce the ruling.
He was then found in contempt of court, and his appeals argued that the commission's quasi-judicial status meant it was not technically court he could be in contempt of.
Made under the moniker "mathdoktor99," Tremaine's postings called Jews a "parasitic race" and said "blacks are intellectually inferior to whites" and "Hitler was a lot nicer to the Jews than they deserved," according to the tribunal's judgment.
The Federal Court of Appeal in November, and now the Supreme Court, breathed new life into the ability of quasi-judicial tribunals — not only those dealing with human rights — to issue orders that must be complied with.
The November decision gave tribunals the full weight of the law, and it now stands as the final word on the case.
Tremaine must comply with the tribunal's order or face penalties for contempt of court.
In a burdensome process, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, which prosecutes cases at the tribunal, registers tribunal orders in Federal Court to give them the weight of court authority.
The maximum penalty is five years in prison and a fine of any amount.
During a hearing in 2011, Tremaine told a lower court that he felt compelled to ignore the order.
"My purpose in ignoring the cease and desist order was to address the urgent matter of impending white extinction," he said.
The National-Socialist Party of Canada uses the Nazi swastika and images of Adolf Hitler to promote itself.
Until the rights complaint, Tremaine was a lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan, where he taught a first-year math course.
As is its custom, the Supreme Court gave no reason for its decision not to hear the case.
With files from the National Post

Jonathan Bowden, RIP

This morning, I was devastated to learn of the death of Jonathan Bowden, the orator, artist, novelist, and writer.  Life on this earth is fleeting, and I am grateful for the fact that over the past three months, I collaborated with Jonathan on a series of podcasts that covered many of his intellectual passions, from  Nietzsche to the New Right to Spengler to Marx.
Around three weeks ago, we were planning an additional one on Ernst Jünger, when I suddenly lost touch with Jonathan.  Knowing he had suffered a breakdown in the past, I felt a definite angst as I would ring his number and receive no answer... In the end, my worst fears were realized.  According to a person close to him, who relayed the news to me, Jonathan succumbed to a cardiac arrest while at his home in Berkshire.
I first encountered Jonathan in 2009 at a conference at which he was the keynote speaker. We met over lunch on the day before he was to talk, and my impression at the time was of a man who was soft-spoken,  professorial, reserved, and maybe a bit queer. He wore a necklace with a Life Rune etched into a wooden medallion, which gave hints of what was to come...
When Jonathan’s turn at the podium came the next evening, he strode confidently to the stage and announced, in a resonate and booming Heldentenor, that he would not be needing a microphone. Immediately, everyone in the room was on the edge of his seat. What followed was not a talk on a particular topic or issue, but instead an expression of a worldview—or perhaps a channelling of the life-force or the evoking of a demonic spirit.  As Louis Andrews noted afterwards, Jonathan Bowden’s doesn’t give talks or speeches; he gives orations. Perhaps a better descriptor would be performances.
In our age of CGI, virtual reality, and YouTube, it’s easy to forget the power of presence—of experiencing a great performer in person. Experiencing Bowden in 2009 has, for everyone who was there, been much like experiencing Maria Callas singing a Verdi heroine or Benito Mussolini giving an address from a Roman balcony.
And while the first oration I heard was on nothing less than everything—the spiritual, geopolitical, and social condition of Western man in the 21st century—Jonathan could also speak on philosophic and historical topics with a scholar’s discernment and breadth of knowledge, as evidenced by our podcasts.  Indeed, I know of no other person who could combine Bowden’s gifts as a performer with a familiarity with the Western canon one would expect only in a monk.
When I eventually read Jonathan’s novels, I found them to be on the level of Finnegan’s Wake in terms of esoteric, cryptic complexity. On the other hand, in his public engagements, Jonathan could boil down to an essence the thought of difficult thinkers, such as Heidegger and Evola, and present their ideas in ways that were useful to nationalists.
Though the two of us would have personal conversations, I never felt that I actually knew Jonathan, owing, no doubt, to his distant nature and the fact that I was always intimidated by the fire-breather I had encountered some two years earlier. Nevertheless, Jonathan deeply affected my thinking and I treasure our friendship, as short-lived and limited as it was.
I hope it is not an insult to Jonathan Bowden’s memory to say that he always lived on the edge of madness. This was the source of his power, and it seems to have predestinated that he would have all-too short a life.
Jonathan cannot be replaced, and his words will continue to inspire us. But as we weep, Valhalla rejoices.

Source: http://www.alternativeright.com/main/blogs/untimely-observations/jonathan-bowden-rip/

Mein Kampf to return to German schools 67 years after last copy of Hitler's hate-filled book was printed there

Adolf Hiter’s autobiography Mein Kampf - a hate-filled book post-war Germany has fought to keep out of the bookshops - is to make a comeback in schools.
German authorities announced today that when the copyright to the hate-filled tome expires in three years’ time, an ‘annotated’ version will be made available to students across the country.
The state of Bavaria, which became the heir to all of Hitler’s works, property and money following his 1945 suicide in Berlin, said it was important for Germany to publish versions for children with expert analysis and comments from historians in them which refute his ideology.
Mein Kampf: The hate-filled book has not been printed in Germany for 70 years. But Bavaria want to produce an annotated version before it loses ownership of its copyright in three years time
Mein Kampf: The hate-filled book has not been printed in Germany for 70 years. But Bavaria want to produce an annotated version before it loses ownership of its copyright in three years time
While the book is not illegal in Germany, the state has not allowed it to be printed amid fears that it could promote Nazism.
Other countries have printed foreign-language editions since then, despite the restrictions but Germans have been unable to get a newly-printed version in their own language for 67 years.
But now Bavaria has now given permission for the rest of Germany to freely print the book, with includes diatribes against Jews and Slavs and the prophecy of a German war of conquest in the east.
'The editions we plan will contain comments from experts that are clearly understandable to the young so they can clearly understand and therefore interpet the dangerous ideas within,' announced Bavaria’s finance minister Markus Soeder in Nuremberg.
'We will demystify this work.'
Recently Bavaria successfully saw off attempts by a British publisher to produce extracts of Hitler’s book in magazine format.
The book was once a bigger seller during the days of the Third Reich than the Bible and royalties from it made Hitler incredibly wealthy.
But since Nazism was vanquished successive governments have always been afraid of allowing it to be re-printed because of fears that it would influence new generations of far-right radicals.
But with the rise of the Internet and numerous pirated copies of the work published abroad, Bavaria believes it is better to have some control over the work when the state loses its copyright than none at all.
In the book Hitler pours scorn on Jews, outlines his plans for the racial conquest of the Soviet Union and promises his followers of an empire that would last 1,000 years.
Menacing: Hiter, seen greeting his supporters, set out many of his plans in Mein Kampf, which he had published in 1925
Menacing: Hiter, seen greeting his supporters, set out many of his plans in Mein Kampf, which he had published in 1925
In fact it endured for just 12.
Nevertheless, the book is an integral part of the study of the Third Reich and copies have sold for up to £30,000.

George Soros: Eurozone Crisis, 'Similar To Soviet Union,' Has Potential To Destroy European Union

Billionaire investor George Soros is sounding the European alarm again.
“Europe is similar to the Soviet Union in the way that the euro crisis has the potential of destroying, undermining the European Union,” he said during a debate on Tuesday, according to the Wall Street Journal. “With the profound social, economic and moral crisis that Europe is in, we can see a similar process of disintegration.”
With the rise of mass unemployment and decline of consumer purchasing power, the eurozone crisis remains alive and well. European countries have been cutting down on government spending to deal with prolonged debts loads, but these new austerity measures have in part led to further contraction of some European economies. Riots have subsequently erupted in multiple countries, most notably Greece, one of the hardest hit by the debt crisis.
The Soviet Union collapsed about two decades ago, after corruption and deep-seated economic problems that were long denied and covered up by the Communist Party became exposed. These revelations undermined the public's confidence in the system, ultimately leading to its demise.
Soros' most recent remarks echo sentiments he voiced during a Newsweek interview earlier this year when he similarly compared the increasing lack of faith in the world markets' ability to regulate themselves to the decline of communism.
The billionaire investor, who also delivers lectures and writes books about financial markets, has decried for months now the fiscal policies of government leaders and warned against impending class warfare, particularly in Europe. Austerity measures at a time of low demand, he has said, will deflate wages and increase unemployment, the consequence of which could be the repression of angry masses at the hands of political leaders.
"The deflationary debt trap threatens to destroy a still-incomplete political union," Soros wrote in the Financial Times about two weeks ago.

They're not exactly politically correct, are they? Race row after Afro washing up sponges go on sale

A company behind a new range of Afro style washing up sponges has been slammed for being racist.
Campaigners have attacked British makers Paladone for its latest range of dish cleaning products which caricatures black soul legend Diana Ross as having a brillo pad for a hairstyle.
The offending items, which have just gone on sale across the UK, have been likened to reproducing golliwogs or the Black and White Minstrels by reinforcing negative stereotypes.
Fans of Disco music can 'get down with the dishes' with this washing-up sponge made to look like an Afro haircut
'Negative stereotypes': The range of dish washing products have been branded racist
The Unite Against Fascism general secretary Weyman Bennett said: ‘What are we going to have next, toilet brushes like that?
‘This is not appropriate for the 21st century to show images like that. It reinforces negative stereotypes and ideas.

‘Although it’s aimed at being humorous, sometimes it’s not funny.
'We’ve spent 40 years removing racist imagery out of general politics, removing golly wogs, removing black and white minstrels, and it would be a shame if it crept back in.

Anger: The cleaning brushes 'were not appropriate for the 21st century', campaigners said
Anger: The cleaning brushes 'were not appropriate for the 21st century', campaigners said
Mr Bennett, who has been campaigning for almost thirty years, warned: ‘It opens the door for people to produce racial stereotypes and that’s not something we want to see in our society.
Offence: Unite Against Fascism's Weyman Bennett slammed the makers for reinforcing 'negative stereotypes'
Offence: Unite Against Fascism's Weyman Bennett slammed the makers for reinforcing 'negative stereotypes'
'We’ve worked very hard to make sure that doesn’t happen.
‘That’s can’t be a positive thing in the 21st centry that we are using images that were really invented in periods of slavery and discrimination.'
Aiming a stinging attack directly at the company behind the products and called on them to be take off the supermarket shelves.
Mr Weyman said: ‘They need to think again. Is there no way they can come up with positive views of people without just using negative views of black people.
‘Trying to compare black people’s to brillo pads is not a really positive image – it’s not appropriate.'
Paladone said the range had been a phenomenal success since hitting the shelves.
But its attempts to give the humble cleaning implement a funky 70s disco makeover seems to have backfired.
A company spokesman said: ‘Our range of four washing up sponges are designed to make an everyday chore like washing up more fun.
‘The Disco, Beehive, Punk and Diva have sold hundreds of thousands of pieces. They have been a phenomenal success.’
Each, priced at up to £8, are currently on sale in the UK.

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Mixed-race man kills White GF; parents attempt cover-up

The son of a wealthy jeweller strangled his model girlfriend in bed during a jealous rage at his parents’ home before they helped him cover up the murder, a court heard yesterday.
Elliot Turner, 20, allegedly ‘flipped out’ and killed student Emily Longley, 17, after becoming suspicious that she had been having affairs during their four-month relationship.
Turner is said to have threatened to kill Miss Longley with a hammer and boasted: ‘I will go to prison for it and still be a millionaire when I come out.’

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Black people cannot be racist, says former Ken Livingstone aide

Mr Jasper, an equal rights campaigner and activist, said that while black Britons may hold prejudiced views, they should not be described as racist.
The 53 year-old was forced to resign as senior policy adviser on equalities to Mr Livingstone, who was then mayor of London, in March 2008 over allegations of cronyism. Leaked emails showed that he had exchanged highly flirtatious messages with a married mother of three, whose projects received £100,000 from City Hall on his recommendation.
In one email, he told the woman that he wanted to “whisk her away to a deserted beach and honey-glaze her”. Mr Jasper, who is now the chairman of the campaign group Black Activists Rising Against Cuts, took to Twitter yesterday to complain about the number of black youths being jailed.
Using the hashtag “sackboris2012”, Mr Jasper asked: “Which mayor has seen the number of black youth going to jail in London increase by 100 per cent during his term?”
His comment prompted a bitter war of words on Twitter between him and Ahzaz Chowdhury, a former adviser to the Conservatives in Tower Hamlets, east London. Mr Jasper went on to say: “Institutional racism in the criminal justice means black citizens face discrimination.”
He accused Mr Chowdhury of being “an apologist for the racism of the Tory party”.
He said: “It’s you and the Tory party whose policies have seen levels of resurgent racism not seen since the war. Black people can’t be racist”.
Mr Chowdhury asked: “So you yourself could never be a racist?”
Mr Jasper answered: “Why is it African activists like me seem to attract public political criticism from Asian men? Don’t see Africans attacking Asian activists? You’re confused about the political reality and power dynamics of racism.
“No black person in the UK can be racist. Racism is prejudice plus power. Black people can be prejudiced but not racist.”
Mr Chowdhury later branded Mr Jasper’s views “vile”.
Mr Jasper has been outspoken in blaming the Government’s “economic violence” and failure to help underprivileged youths for last summer’s London riots.


ROMANIAN gypsies crime gangs are bussing hundreds of men, women and children into London ahead of the Olympics

ROMANIAN Gypsies crime gangs are bussing hundreds of men, women and children into London ahead of the Olympics to flood the streets as pickpockets, beggars and pros**titutes.

Penniless eastern Europeans are stepping off coaches in the heart of the West End already armed with maps showing them where to work.

They have been “allocated pitches prior to leaving their country and instructed to defend the pitch and work it for the money,” said Westminster crime reduction officer Claire Hardy.

Streets around Marble Arch are flooded with migrants sleeping rough on a scale never seen before.

Officials fear one of the capital’s iconic landmarks will be turned into a squalid campsite as the world descends on London for the Games.

Neighbourhood wardens are clearing groups of up to 60 Romanian rough sleepers every night from around Marble Arch and Oxford Street. Police discovered 50 women trafficked into the area to work as prostitutes. They also arrested four women beggars for using babies as young as three weeks old.

Orthodox Jewish Sex Abuse Suspects Get Exemption to Have Their Identities Protected

By Paul Berger--April 24, 2012

Orthodox Jews charged with child sex abuse in Brooklyn should have their identities protected because of the community’s “tight-knit and insular” nature, prosecutors claim in a remarkable response to demands for information about the cases.

No Names of Orthodox: Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes says the ‘tight-knit’ nature of the Orthodox community makes it impossible to disclose the identities of abuse suspects without also identifying their victims.
Rejecting a Forward request under the state’s Freedom of Information Law, the Brooklyn district attorney made the startling claim that Orthodox Jews deserve a blanket exemption from the usual public disclosure rules. Prosecutors claimed that Orthodox Jews are “unique” in that releasing the names of suspects would allow others in the community to identify their victims.

“The circumstances here are unique,” Assistant District Attorney Morgan Dennehy wrote in an April 16 letter to the Forward. “Because all of the requested defendant names relate to Hasidic men who are alleged to have committed sex crimes against Hasidic victims within a very tight-knit and insular Brooklyn community, there is a significant danger that the disclosure of the defendants’ names would lead members of that community to discern the identities of the victims.”

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Net migration from Mexico dips to zero

Mexican migration into the United States has come to a standstill and may soon reverse, according to a report by the Pew Hispanic Center. This marks a dramatic change in the wave of Mexican migration that brought 12 million people to America over four decades.
About 1.4 million Mexicans immigrated to the United States between 2005 and 2010, which is roughly the same number of Mexicans who left over the same period.
The number of illegal immigrants from Mexico dropped from 7 million in 2007, a peak, to 6.1 million in 2011. The report attributes the drop to the drastic decline in birthrates in Mexico, the increasingly dangerous passage across the border, and the flagging American economy. A higher percentage of deported migrants now say in surveys that they will not attempt to come back into the United States (compared to 10 years ago).
The United States' estimated 12 million Mexican immigrants represent the largest chunk of immigrants in any country in the world. Mexico has sent more immigrants to the States over the past four decades than any other nation.
According to the Mexican census, 500,000 U.S. citizen children were living in Mexico in 2010, compared to 240,000 10 years earlier. Government data doesn't say how many of those children left the United States because their parents were deported.

‘Zenit most racist team in Russia’

The reigning Russian Premier League champions Zenit St. Petersburg are “the most racist team” in the country. That is according to former CSKA Brazilian star Vagner Love, who recalls his voyages to the Petrovsky Stadium as a nightmare.
The 27-year-old Flamengo forward faced the same kind of treatment earlier this month at a Copa Liberatadores match at Ecuadorian club Emelev. Though he says it did not hurt him at all because he had become hardened to it in the Russian northern capital.
"In Russia similar things happened two or three times," Vagner Love told the Brazilian daily Globo Esporte. "It was always during the matches against Zenit, which is the most racist team in Russia. … It's their way."
Coincidence it might be, but Zenit St. Petersburg remain the only leading football club in Russia in which an African or Latin American has never played. Their former coach Dick Advocaat once admitted that the club’s core fans prevented him from signing players based on their skin color.
"Unfortunately, some players can't get over it, but, thank God, I never had a problem," Vagner Love added. "It all went in one ear and out the other. In such situations you should never get angry, or say or do anything. Life goes on and you come on the pitch to play."
During his seven spectacular years in Russia, Love became all-time top foreign scorer in the Russian Premier League, with 117 goals in 244 matches.
The problem of racism in Russian football has been in focus after the country was awarded the right to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Anzhi's Roberto Carlos and Christopher Samba have both been victims of mean banana-throwing episodes over the last year. While Spartak Moscow forward Emmanuel Emenike gave a finger to Dynamo Moscow fans after being steadily provoked to do so. The gesture cost the Nigerian a $17,000 fine, which Spartak president Leonid Fedun called a “shameful ruling” as the football authorities apparently penalized the wrong side of the conflict.

Sunday, 22 April 2012

On this day April 22nd: Birth of Michael Wittman.

On this day April 22nd:
1451-Isabella I of Castile, great Spanish Queen who expelled Jews and Muslims in 1492, was born in
Madrigal de las Altas Torres.

1500-Pedro Alvarez Cabral landed in Brazil and claimed it for Portugal.
1526-First slave revolt occured in
South Carolina
1778-James Hargreaves, English inventor of the Spinning Jenny, died in Nottingham aged 58.

1833-Richard Trevithick, English inventor died in Dartford, kent aged 62.
1870-Vladimir Lenin, half Jewish monster, responsible for the Bolshevik greatest mass murder campaign in history was born in Simbirsk.
1914-Michael Wittman, SS-Hauptsturmführer was born in Vogelthal. He was to become the top scoring German Panzer ace of WWII with 168 confirmed tank kills, he is considered one of the greatest tank commanders in history.
1915-The second battle of
Ypres started when German troops released clouds of deadly chlorine

gas on British troops. It was the first major gas attack of World War I.
-After learning that Bolshevik forces had taken Eberswalde without a fight, Adolf Hitler admits defeat in his underground bunker and stated that suicide was his only recourse and that he will stay in Berlin to the bitter end.

Vienna street severs anti-Semite link

The name of an anti-Semitic mayor is to be removed from a section of one of Vienna's most famous streets.
Part of the Ring Boulevard in central Vienna is currently named after Karl Lueger, who was mayor of the city from 1897 to 1910.
The decision to rename the street has been welcomed by Jewish groups and left-wing parties, but has been condemned by the far right.
Karl Lueger is often described as the father of modern political anti-Semitism.
A charismatic and popular leader known as "the Handsome Karl", Lueger was a major influence on the young Adolf Hitler.
As mayor, he brought about extensive improvements to Vienna's infrastructure. He expanded the pipeline network that brings Alpine spring water to the city and he strengthened social welfare schemes and public transport.

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Anti-Semitic verbal incitement by politicians like Karl Lueger paved the way for the racial anti-Semitism of the Nazis”
Oskar Deutsch Head of Austrian Jewish community
But his legacy is tarnished by his attacks on the city's Jewish minority.
His anti-Semitic campaigns were so notorious that when he was first elected mayor in 1895, the Emperor Franz Joseph refused to endorse him. It took two years and a lot of pressure before he eventually gave way.
Embarrassing address The part of the Ring Boulevard that bears his name contains some of Vienna's most prominent buildings, including the Burgtheater - one of Europe's largest theatres - and the headquarters of Vienna University.
It was named Dr Karl Lueger Ring back in 1934, and has proved to be an embarrassing address for many of the city's academics.
Now after years of debate, the city has decided to change the name to Universitaetsring, (University Ring).
City officials say renaming streets is an unusual step to take, as the names reflect Vienna's history, good and bad.
But Vienna's Councillor for Cultural Affairs, Andreas Mailath-Pokorny, from the governing Social Democrat-Greens coalition, said they were prepared to make an exception in this case.
Statue to Karl Lueger Karl Lueger was considered by many a charismatic and popular mayor
The head of Austria's Jewish Community, Oskar Deutsch, welcomed the move, which he said was long overdue.
"Anti-Semitic verbal incitement by politicians like Karl Lueger paved the way for the racial anti-Semitism of the Nazis," he said.
Mr Deutsch said it should "serve as a warning on our present politicians who frivolously and reprehensibly use anti-Semitic, racially motivated and xenophobic slogans."
However the far-right opposition Freedom Party, which is currently in second place in the opinion polls, strongly criticised the decision.
Its leader, Heinz-Christian Strache, accused the Social Democrats of setting up a statue to "a foreign mass murderer like Che Guevara" while they stripped "an excellent Viennese mayor of a street name". "It is a scandal," he said.
Despite the renaming of the Ring, Lueger will not disappear from Vienna's streets.
There are currently no plans to remove his name from Dr Karl Lueger Platz - a central square, which is dominated by a statue of the former mayor.


Jewish life slowly returns to Poland

Poland once had a Jewish population of three million, 90% of whom were killed in Hitler's Holocaust. But after decades of conversion to Catholicism and emigration, a Jewish revival is beginning.
Wearing his yarmulke (Jewish head covering), long beard and ringlets it's hard to believe that Pawel Bramson was once a skinhead. Now he is a shochet - a slaughterer who kills animals for kosher food in accordance with Jewish religious law.
For a short time in the 1990s, he and his skinhead friends in Warsaw saw Jews and other minorities as the enemy.
"Did we go out on the street and cause trouble? Yes we did. If we saw a black guy walking down the street we used to chase him. If we caught him, we did what we did. It's so difficult to say where this hatred came from. I can't explain it myself," he tells the BBC.
Mr Bramson, 36, cannot even remember ever seeing any Jews on Warsaw's streets at the time.
"It was madness, because we didn't know anything about Jews or Jewish culture. There were just slogans, like 'Jews rule the world', 'Jews are bad, they own all the property', those kind of things. A young person always needs to find an enemy," he says.
Shocking discovery Born into and raised as a practising Roman Catholic, he made a discovery at the age of 24 which turned his life upside down. A friend had told his wife, Ola, that she was Jewish, and when she began working through the archives she discovered by chance that Pawel also came from a Jewish family.
"It was the biggest shock of my life, apart from when my son was born. It was really like a huge blow. For most of my life I had hated them and at a time when I'd only just begun to learn to tolerate them I discovered that I was also Jewish. It was too much to take in at once," he says.
Mr Bramson's parents were assimilated Jews who had become practising Catholics.
"I went to my parents and said, 'Hey, I've got these documents, why did you never tell me?' Later they confirmed it was true and that's when I started to go to the synagogue to learn more.
"I found out that my grandfather was twice in German labour camps. Other Jews died in concentration camps, so now I need to cultivate my knowledge and keep in mind the memory of my ancestors," he says.
His decision to become an Orthodox Jew caused difficulties with his parents who chose to remain practising Catholics. His case is just one of thousands that have come to light following the end of communism in 1989, Poland's chief rabbi, Michael Schudrich, says.
"It's far more common than people are aware of, it's probably in the thousands at least. We have had support groups and certainly people have been shocked. The overwhelming majority of people come to peace with it. It's not simple, it takes patience," Rabbi Schudrich tells the BBC.
'Horrible murders' Jews have been living in Poland side by side with their Catholic neighbours for almost 1,000 years. By the 1930s the community numbered more than three million, the largest in Europe.
Poland was then a multi-ethnic society with large numbers of Ukrainians, Belarusians, Jews and Germans. That society was destroyed during World War II.
Jewish graveyard (Pic: Daniela Miernik) Poland has struggled with its image of being a Jewish graveyard
The Germans murdered 90% of Polish Jews during the Holocaust. At the end of the war Poland's allies, the Soviet Union, US and Britain decided to shift the country's boundaries westwards, forming a homogenous Catholic country governed by a communist system imposed from the outside by the Soviet Union.
"Due to the lack of central authority in Poland just after the war there were gangs of Poles who were killing Jews in the couple of years just after the war. Horrible, horrible murders, 1,500, 2,000 people. It made a huge spiritual and psychological impact saying, you know, we're still not safe and so people said, either I leave and if I don't leave Poland I leave Judaism," Rabbi Schudrich says.
Thousands of Holocaust survivors chose to leave, emigrating to Israel or the US. Jews who stayed were often communists who believed in the power of the system to transform the country.
But anti-Semitism was also used as a tool by the communist authorities. More than 20,000 Jews left Poland after an anti-Zionist purge led by the Politburo in 1968. Now, it's estimated there are just 20,000 people at most with Jewish roots left in Poland.
Rabbi Mati Pawlak and pupil
Since 1989 there has been a gradual reawakening of interest in Poland's Jewish history and culture. Now there is a large annual Jewish festival in Krakow that attracts thousands of international visitors, and Jewish film and literature festivals.
Yiddish and Hebrew classes are popular and Poles have taken it upon themselves to look after some of the thousands of Jewish cemeteries across the country. Polish prisoners even take part in such community schemes on a voluntary basis and Rabbi Schudrich visits prisons to give talks on Jewish history and culture.
Warsaw's Tslil choir sings in Hebrew and Yiddish. Most of the members, like Marta Wesolowska, are not Jewish but they feel a special connection to the music.
"I think this is really quite exotic for us but very deeply rooted in the Polish tradition. Jewish music was a part of Polish culture for hundreds of years and after the Second World War it was destroyed and we try to revive this tradition," she told the BBC.
Poland is still viewed from outside as a giant Jewish graveyard, the place where the Germans built the death camps Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec and Auschwitz. It's an image Rabbi Schudrich has spent decades trying to change.
"Until 1989 no one was aware that so many Jews were left in Poland. People could have realised it but they didn't, so there was an image that it was all over here and that's the image I heard when I came here in the '70s and it took me a while to realise it just simply is not true.
"Stereotypes change very slowly, so it's a process, for me it's a painfully too-slow process," he says.


Video: Anti-racist knocked out by non-White, robbed by Black!

St George’s flag is a racist symbol says a quarter of the English

The survey found that while 80 per cent linked the British flag with such feelings, only 61 per cent associated them with English one.
By contrast, the Scottish and the Welsh were far more likely to feel pride in their flag – the St Andrew’s Cross and Red Dragon respectively – than the English in theirs.
The survey was carried out by the think tank British Future as part of a report analysing how people from around the UK view their “national identity”. It will be released tomorrow, on St George’s Day.
The organisation say the results show that more needs to be done to encourage a sense of “English patriotism” if the Union is to survive.
In a letter to The Sunday Telegraph, signed by academics as well as MPs from all major parties, the think tank also calls for the introduction of a new English national anthem to help foster a greater sense of identity at sporting and national occasions.
The organisation, which has also written to the Prime Minister and other party leaders, suggests holding a popular vote to select an anthem such as Jerusalem, Land of Hope and Glory, I Vow to Thee, My Country, or Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, which could be adopted by the English and be used in the same way as Flower of Scotland by the Scots and Land Of My Fathers, by the Welsh.
The report, This Sceptred Isle, shows that only 61 per cent of the English said they associated the St George’s Cross with pride and patriotism, compared to 84 per cent of Scots and 86 per cent of Welsh, when asked about, respectively, the St Andrew’s Cross and the Red Dragon.
Almost a quarter (24 per cent), of the English said they considered their flag to be racist, compared to 10 per cent of Scots and seven per cent of Welsh, when asked about their own flags.
The report blames the “extreme street hooligans of the English Defence League” for “toxifying” the St George’s Cross, although it says politicians should also take responsibility for failing to “speak up for the inclusive patriotism of the English majority”.
It draws a clear parallel with the situation in Scotland and Wales, where civic leaders have done more to “counter rejectionist or exclusive versions of national identity”.
However, by contrast, the English have far more positive associations with the Union flag with 80 per cent linking it to feelings of pride and patriotism, compared with just over a half of Scots (56 per cent) and just over two thirds (68 per cent) of Welsh.
Despite the continuing pride in the Union flag, the report warns that English anxiety over its own flag risks damaging the Union.
It states: “England, the land of Shakespeare, seems uncertain how to find its modern voice. Historically an understated Englishness has been conflated with being British.
"It is ignoring England that now presents a greater threat to the Union than anything else.”
Sunder Katwala, the director of the think tank, said: “We’ve done nothing in the era of devolution to give a voice to England as well as Scotland and Wales, which has left English identity too open to an extremist fringe.
“The EDL with their street yobbery are not the only ones to blame for the unusual anxiety that too many people in England feel about their own flag of St George.
"They share the blame with the politicians who haven’t spoken up for a modern English patriotism, as well as our British identity.
“While the devolution debates in Scotland and Wales appear to have modernised the Scots and Welsh associations with their flag, attitudes to the English flag are lagging behind.”
The poll, conducted in the year of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, also show varying levels of support for the monarch.
Eighty per cent of the English said the Queen evoked feelings of pride, compared with 41 per cent of Scots and 35 per cent of Welsh.
The poll was conducted for British Future by YouGov, and involved 2,600 from across the UK.
The relatively new think tank is a non-partisan organisation, with members from across the political spectrum. It is dedicated to investigating the concept of national identity and patriotism in the UK.

Friday, 20 April 2012

'Love your Race' in most of european languages

Tribute to Adolf Hitler by National Alliance

The Birthday of the Man of Destiny

April 20th is a special day for any serious patriot for the Race; for on that day in 1889, the greatest man to appear in thousands of years was to be born to us. The following is a tribute written in 1989 by National Alliance founder, Dr. William L. Pierce in National Vanguard magazine on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
For those who truly advocate for the Race, one cannot properly do so without paying honors to Adolf Hitler. For racially conscious Americans to honor Him is no different than the Christian who honors Christ. He was an Aryan who spoke of a mission for the Aryan people no matter where they were from. There is nothing foreign in honoring Adolf Hitler for He was/is one of us.
The Aryan world has suffered its collapse as a result of our making war upon Him. Indeed, the whole White world is declining and even dying as the result of our so-called victory over Him. We can redeem ourselves only by recognizing His truths and carrying His message on to an embattled Aryan mankind.
Just think of the world we could have had if we had not been so foolish; if we had not listened to the Jews and their lackeys. Just think of how different and wonderful America could have been if not for our stupidity.
Long ago, I had once doubted Adolf Hitler and the truths of His great book, Mein Kampf, which I now call my Good Book. But slowly I began to realize how true He spoke. When things happen in national and world events, I reflect on what He said in that book.
Today, I swear by all that is Holy to me, that the more years I live, the more that I know He was right!
I thank Destiny that He came to us when He did. Because of Him there is Hope. For there to be that Hope; we must not / cannot deny Him.
- Jim Ring

Happy 123 th Birthday Adolf Hitler! (2012)

Three are the days in the new "Dispensation"; in the old one they were nine, the days that Wotan remained crucified on the Iggdrasil tree, the days of Fear. In any case, three is a multiple of nine, and also there are three alchemical days of the Resurrection: Nigredo [Black], Friday, death by Crucifixion of the I; Albedo [White], Saturday, preparation in the Tomb for resurrection; Rubedo, the Sunday of Glory, of the Resurrection of Wotan, with His red Vajra [Diamond-Thunderbolt] Body, immortal, coinciding now with the celebration of the birth of a physical body in Braunau on the Inn, a body that years later would receive the incarnation of the Avatar in a forest near Linz. Let us reflect that only once, in one hundred fourteen years, has the anniversary of the birth of Adolf Hitler fallen right on "Resurrection Sunday," on the celebration of the holiday of Ostara that the Christians have called Easter. Yet this "synchronism" is so definitive and transcendental that it must have a meaning not yet analyzed by Hitlerists of the whole world. In the Albedo-due to the crucifixion and mystical death of Wotan in the Nigredo-became possible the Resurrection of the "Son of the Man," who makes possible the Avatar's return to the Earth, as Kalki, to launch the final battle before and after the destruction of the planet. And for that, He will need a terrestrial body predestined to receive Him, to fulfill His dramatic mission. And it is today, when the anniversary of His birth as Adolf Hitler, April 20th, coincides extraordinarily with this Sunday of Glory (Sun-Day, Day of the Sun-father of Wotan), it stirs us and must make us conscious, the few fortunate ones present here, to prepare us to confront the coming events, the way to deserve this great Mystery and power to continue fighting until the end, to obtain fulfillment and consummation of the triumph of our Fuhrer, Last Avatar of Wotan. Because He is nothing without us and we are nothing without Him.

Heil Hitler! Sieg Heil!
Miguel Serrano
Hitler And The Last Avatar
The 114th Anniversary of Adolf Hitler's Birth
The Last Avatar
Valparaiso, Chile, 20 April 2003 

“If you want to shine like sun first you have to burn like it.”
― Adolf Hitler

Right Before Holocaust Remembrance Day, Study Shows Europe’s Views on Jews

A poll of 8 European nations released a day before Holocaust Remembrance Day shows the Netherlands and Great Britain to have relatively low levels of anti-semetism, while Poland and Hungary fall on the opposite end of that scale.
49% of Hungarians and Poles believe that Jews in their countries, have too much influence, while that number fell to 6 in the Netherlands and 14 in Great Britain.
The countries surveyed included France, Portugal, Italy, Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands and Poland.
“If this observation is any measure of Europeans’ attitudes to Israel, then we must conclude that perceptions of Israel are colored by anti-Semitism,” the report’s authors wrote in a study entitled “Intolerance, Prejudice and Discrimination”, set up by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Germany to focus on European’s attitudes towards different minority groups.
Close to half of Poles and Hungarians responded that their anti-semitic sentiments increased due to the “political activities” of Israel.
You can read the full study, here.

Wiesenthal Center adds three names to most-wanted Nazis list

On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Simon Wiesenthal Center announced three new names had been added to its list of most wanted Nazi war criminals. All three have a Canadian connection and two are currently in Canada.
The Wiesenthal Center, based in Los Angeles, which tracks Nazi war criminals and anti-Semitism, has given Canada failing marks on pursuing Nazis within its borders.
The two suspects in Canada are Vladimir Katriuk, said to have been the commander of a Ukrainian army unit that committed mass murder in Belarus, and Helmut Oberlander, who allegedly served in one of the mobile killing units, the einsatzgruppen, that murdered large numbers of Jews in southern Ukraine.
Katriuk fled to Canada after the war, but in 1999, after Canadian authorities discovered his past, he was stripped of his Canadian citizenship - but it was reinstated in 2007, a move ratified by a Canadian court in 2010. However, new evidence has surfaced recently of Katriuk's alleged war crimes, which the Wiesenthal Center hopes will lead to a reconsideration of his case.
Oberlander likewise has had his Canadian citizenship repeatedly revoked on account of his Nazi past, but then restored, and it is now pending again. The einsatzgruppen, to which he was allegedly deployed, are believed to have killed more than 23,000 people, mostly Jews.
The third wanted man is Laszlo Csatary, who as a police commander in Hungarian-occupied Slovakia is alleged to have played a key role in the deportation of 15,700 Jews to Auschwitz in the spring of 1944. After the war he, too, fled to Canada. The Canadian government stripped him of citizenship in 1997 and he left the country voluntarily, and is now living in Hungary.
"Despite the somewhat prevalent assumption that it is too late to bring Nazi murderers to justice, the figures clearly prove otherwise," said Efraim Zuroff, the center's director in Israel. "We are trying to ensure that at least several of these criminals will to be brought to trial during the coming years. While it is generally assumed that it is the age of the suspects that is the biggest obstacle to prosecution, in many cases it is the lack of political will, more than anything else."
Over the past 11 years, about 90 Nazi war criminals have been convicted for their wartime deeds by courts worldwide, and some 80 new indictments have been filed against those suspected of war crimes, Zuroff said. Also, more than 3,000 new investigations have been opened against suspected Nazis.
Appraising the justice meted out by different countries where Nazi war criminals live, Zuroff lauded German authorities but took the governments of Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Ukraine to task, along with Sweden and Norway, which he said refuse to prosecute war criminal suspects because of their statutes of limitations.
A Wiesenthal Center report gives high marks to the United States, Italy, Spain and Serbia along with Germany for their pursuit of perpetrators of Nazi war crimes. The prosecutor's office in Hungary also got high marks for its efforts but the center rebuked Hungarian courts for its laxness in actually trying suspected Nazi criminals.

Does an official video for the 2012 London Olympics give hints of a pending false flag terror attack?

Look for these clues in the cartoon "Out of a Rainbow":
A steel worker named "George" is retiring.
(George Bush)
George writes his name on the final steel beam for the London Olympic Stadium, numbered 060705)
(The Twin Towers were made of similar steel beams, and 060705 divided by 911 = 666 (66.6).)
As his colleagues congratulate him, George hands his hard hat over to a black colleague.
(Obama is replacing Bush.)
Two drops of molten steel fall to the ground.
(The molten steel of the fallen Twin Towers)
George picks up the hardened drops of steel, places them in his bag, and rides away.
(The 9/11 event & coverup was his main accomplishment.)
George arrives home to a retirement party and a cake with a huge piece missing.
(The cake is full of triangle / pyramids, identical in design to the Olympic Stadium. Does the missing piece symbolize partial destruction of the stadium?)
George reshapes the two pieces of steel into 2 one-eyed images.
(Each image has the same all-seeing eye found atop the pyramid on the back of a US $1 dollar bill.)
George gives the two steel images to his grandchildren.
(The younger generation will live under the New World Order.)
The children place the two steel images on a window sill. A tall tower is visible in the distance.
(The steel images resemble the Twin Towers. The single tower in the distance is the Empire State Building.)
The one-eyed steel images come to life as the "mascots" of the London games.
(Another "9/11" attack will happen in London.)
As it started, the cartoon ends with a great rainbow appearing over London. The ominous voiceover declares: "The whole world will be there."
(The rainbow sybolizes a new beginning after a violent storm. The final planned disasters of World War III and economic collapse will usher in the New World Order...."Out of a Rainbow")
See if you can spot any other clues in this very weird cartoon.


Thousands March at Auschwitz "Death Camp"

OSWIECIM, Poland -- Thousands from across the globe marched Thursday between the former Nazi German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps in honor of six million Jews killed in the Holocaust during World War II.
The mournful wail of the traditional Jewish ram's horn -- the "shofar" symbolizing freedom -- marked the start of the annual March of the Living, held this year for the 21st time since 1988 in this southern Polish town where Nazi Germany built its most notorious death camps.
Eight thousand marchers including Auschwitz survivors, Jewish youths from as far as Australia and two thousand young Poles passed through the infamous "Arbeit macht frei" (Work Will Set You Free) gate at the Auschwitz camp before proceeding along the two-mile (3km) route to Birkenau.
"This march for me is like a candle which I have to light for the victims," said Steven Higgs, a 22-year-old from Boston, Massachusetts.
"It's a small candle in a dark world but I believe, if more people will light a candle, the world could be better," he said.
Maria Hermano, 43, travelled from Mexico with her family for the march marking the annual Holocaust Memorial Day.
"No one from my family died in a concentration camp, but when you are here, you feel that every victim is a part of your family," Hermano said.
Still bearing the camp number 3,241 tattooed on his forearm, Auschwitz survivor Willy Manela recalled its unspeakable horrors.
"Words cannot convey what happened here in Auschwitz. It's unfathomable," said the Polish Jew who made a life for himself in Ireland after the war.
"It's my dream for the young people who are marching here not to forget history. They aren't allowed. They cannot forget what hate of fellow human beings can lead to," he added.
Israel's former chief Rabbi Meir Lau as well as US and Canadian World War II veterans who liberated other Nazi death camps, notably Buchenwald, joined the march.
At Birkenau, six large torches were lit in front of a memorial.
More than one million people, mostly European Jews, perished at Auschwitz-Birkenau, operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland from 1940 until it was liberated by the Soviet Red Army on January 27, 1945.
The site was one of six German death camps set up in occupied Poland, a country which was home to pre-war Europe's largest Jewish community.
Many Auschwitz victims were sent to its notorious gas chambers immediately after being shipped in by train. Others were worked to death as slave laborers.
Among the camp's other victims were tens of thousands of non-Jewish Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, gypsies, and anti-Nazi resistance fighters from across Europe.

Tuesday, 17 April 2012


Give me iron words forged in fire, That I may speak through the soul of my people! Temper their body and heart, And set loose the torrent storm of my will! Powers of aeons generate within me, Snapping the rusted chains of alien creeds. Hear now the eight-legged stride of my steed across the heavens! I am the image of my kind writ large. My being spans the breadth of all thought and matter!

Through the light of my solar eye, From an age undreamed of, You have known me. Moon and stars I gather in my cloak, For you to gaze upon; My spear pierces the farthest corners of life's mystery. Like a ship I guide you, And though you may wander, do not abandon me! I am the source of all that you are and ever can be! I have given you knowledge, Spirit, and an ounce of divinity. Defile not your image, Lest your soul be cast to the nether worlds! Above your cities and cooling rock of mountains, The keen eyes of my ravens, Bear watchful measure to your life and deeds.

From Asgard I gaze down upon you.... Through many guises I walk among you; You are the multitude of my single spirit.... Which I in turn give back to you. Do not turn from the challenges, That I have laid before you! Burst the illusion of all doubt and limitation! Shatter the darkness of disillusion and despair! Sound the clarion of a new and triumphant age! The eye of Wotan works within you....! Let my strong ones rise!

Like the mighty sacred oaks, Unleash the powers that I alone have given you! Mirrored in Nature, mirrored in Time, Mirrored in the Mountains, Ocean and Sky! Let the heroic life rhythm of your mighty gods and ancestors, Stir your noble blood! Clutch the flaming sword of your divinity! Set up a light in the darkness! The might of legends still flows within your veins....! Let my strong ones rise!!!


Holocaust center in Romania protests children’s book with WWII fascist leader on its cover

Holocaust center in Romania protests children’s book with WWII fascist leader on its cover

BUCHAREST, Romania — A Holocaust research center in Romania says public funds were used to finance a children’s poetry book that features on its cover Romania’s World War II fascist leader.

The National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania blasted a local council on Tuesday for helping publish a book by 100-year-old George Ungureanu, a former member of pro-Hitler group active in Romania during the World War II.

The book has Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, the founder of the fascist Iron Guard legion, in its cover.
There was no immediate reaction from Ungureanu or Romanian authorities.
The legionnaires, as Iron Guard members were known, gained notoriety for their vicious anti-Semitism. In 1941, they went on a torture-and-killing spree, slaying thousands of Jews in Bucharest.

Swedish Min. of Culture ate a racist cake depicting half a naked black woman

Photos have surfaced showing Swedish minister of culture Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth at a party with a red velvet cake shaped like the naked torso of a racist caricature of an African woman.

Liljeroth opened the party by taking a knife and cutting off the cake's vagina.

Oh yeah, the cake also moves it head and screams in pain when you cut off a piece with a knife:


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