Saturday, September 22, 2018

General Adolf Galland - WW2 Luftwaffe commander and one of the first to fly the ME262 jet fighter

We in the UK were lied to by our government in that we were told the first jet fighter was the Gloster Meteor. We have been lied to consistently ever since.

General Galland said the ME 262 was like "......being pushed by angels ".

General Galland was a first class fighter ace in WW2.

Check out his  comments on Hitler, and especially his very emotional first clip early in the video. His comments are extremely important, particularly the ending comments by General Galland.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Your race card has been declined. Do you have another form of argument ?

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Sunday, September 09, 2018

Just got back from Rochdale Parachute Regiment association annual dinner. 

About 150 people attended. Guest of honour was Sir David Trippier ex bootie T/A and MP for Rossendale, Lancashire in the Thatcher Government.. I didn't like Trippier as an MP, but have to say he is a natural comic.

We also had amongst other speakers, was a Palestine veteran - 1946-48 - Norman Frisby. . My God, those lads were shit on.

The American Jewish playwright Ben Hecht proclaimed: "Every time a British soldier dies, there's a song in my heart."

We saved their sorry arses , and they hung our lads on piano wire. Shameful.

An excellent night, regardless.

Entertainment included the Scots Guards Association /Manchester Band.

Friday, September 07, 2018

Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones, Infowars, citing abuse

NEW YORK (AP) — Twitter permanently banned right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars show for abusive behavior, a day after CEO Jack Dorsey testified before Congress about alleged bias against conservatives on the platform.
The company said Jones won’t be able to create new accounts on Twitter or take over any existing ones. In a tweet, it said it would continue to monitor reports about other accounts potentially associated with Jones or Infowars, and will “take action” if it finds any attempts to circumvent the ban.
Twitter said Jones posted a video on Wednesday that violates the company’s policy against “abusive behavior.” That video showed Jones berating CNN journalist Oliver Darcy for some 10 minutes in between two congressional hearings on social media. Dorsey testified at both hearings, but did not appear to witness the confrontation.
Jones had about 900,000 followers on Twitter. Infowars had about 430,000. Jones did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
New Jersey Democratic Rep. Frank Pallone praised Twitter’s action in a tweet. “Glad Twitter is taking steps to put an end to the abusive behavior from Alex Jones & Infowars,” the tweet stated. “Tweets designed to threaten, belittle, demean and silence individuals have no place on this platform.”
Radio host Alex Jones showed up before a Senate hearing on social media to blast the Democratic party, the leading tech companies and others, claiming they are working together to silence conservative voices ahead of the midterm elections. (Sept. 5)
Twitter had previously suspended Jones for a week. But until now it had resisted muzzling Jones further. Other tech companies have limited Jones by suspending him for longer periods, as Facebook did, and by taking down his pages and radio stations.
Jones heckled Darcy in a Capitol Hill hallway where reporters were waiting to enter the House committee room. He criticized the journalist’s reporting and appearance, referencing his “skinny jeans” and repeatedly saying, “just look at this guy’s eyes” and “look at that smile.”
At one point, he said Darcy was “smiling like a possum that crawled out of the rear end of a dead cow. That’s what you look like. You look like a possum that got caught doing some really nasty stuff — in my view. You’re a public figure too.”
Darcy has aggressively questioned social media companies about the forbearance they showed Jones, asking why they have allowed him to remain on their platforms for as long as they have.
Jones is currently active on Facebook; his personal suspension there recently expired. Apple, YouTube and Spotify also permanently removed material Jones had published. Facebook did not immediately respond to a message asking whether it would also ban Jones.
Dorsey originally defended his company’s decision not to ban Jones, tweeting that Jones “hasn’t violated our rules” but if he does “we’ll enforce.”
“We’re going to hold Jones to the same standard we hold to every account, not taking one-off actions to make us feel good in the short term, and adding fuel to new conspiracy theories,” Dorsey tweeted on Aug. 7 , after the other companies took action against Jones.
But a week later Twitter joined the other tech companies in muzzling Jones, even if it was only for a week. It was a significant move for a company one of its executives once called the “free speech wing of the free speech party.”
But critics warn there is another side to high-profile cases such as this one.
“We should be extremely careful before rushing to embrace an internet that is moderated by private companies by default,” said David Greene, civil liberties director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in an email last month. While high-profile cases of highly offensive content being taken down gets a lot of attention, he added, content moderation “continues to silence” the voices of people around the world struggling to be heard.,-Infowars-citing-abuse

NWN: OK this feller is a 'Tommy Robinson'. But we, real nationalists, need to swim within this torrent. We are on our arses due to this 'populism'.  Get a bloody grip and recruit !

Saturday, September 01, 2018

Monday, August 27, 2018

Sunday, August 26, 2018

LEFT TARGETS VETERANS: ‘Stand Up To Racism’ Brands Veterans Protest ‘Far-Right’

Yesterday, veterans were protesting in York against the government’s mistreatment of Northern Ireland veterans.
Treason May plans a £150 million probe into Army shootings in Northern Ireland. Special Forces vets from the Troubles received a letter from the President of the Special Reconnaissance Regimental Association (SRRA) pointed to the continued “huge gulf” between “warm words” that come from the Prime Minister and the action taken.
In May, the Prime Minister said during Prime Ministers Questions: “The only people being investigated for these issues that happened in the past are those in our armed forces or those who served in law enforcement in Northern Ireland.”
However, the SRRA pointed out this is “patently unfair” as no terrorists are being investigated.
Mike Hookem MEP, UKIPs Deputy Leader, was invited to speak at the protest in York yesterday and this led to Stand Up To Racism, backed by the York Green Party, targeting the rally with a counterprotest.  According to Jane Carter, the organiser of the counter-protest, this; “alerted us to thinking this is just not about the purported aim of their march which is justice for veterans in Northern Ireland.”
Richard Inman, who was a British soldier who served in Northern Ireland from 1987-89, leader of the UK Freedom Movement, said that SUTR really need to “get their facts right” as the protest was purely about Northern Ireland veterans; These brave men and women put their lives on the line not just in Northern Ireland, in conflicts since the Second World War.
Mr Hookem added: There is no far-right here, these are all army veterans an I am the only politician here.
In general, it is a truly sinister move by the left to target veterans or any group which UKIP or groups like the Democratic Football Lads Alliance happen to support. The logic of their actions are increasingly totalitarian and yes indeed fascistic. It is quite clear that the political left is the single biggest threat to free speech that exists in Britain today.

Monday, August 20, 2018

South Africa farm seizures BEGIN: Chaos as first expropriation of white-owned farms starts

SOUTH AFRICA's government has begun seizing land from white farmers, targeting two game farms in the northern province of Limpopo after talks with the owners to buy the properties collapsed.

President Cyril Ramaphosa on land expropriation proposals

Johannesburg-based newspaper City Press reported owners Akkerland Boerdery wanted 200 million rand (£16.7m) for the land, but that the country’s government were willing to offer them just a tenth of that at 20 million rand (£1.67m).
A letter sent to the owners earlier this year had said: “Notice is hereby given that a terrain inspection will be held on the farms on April 5, 2018 at 10am in order to conduct an audit of the assets and a handover of the farm’s keys to the state.”
Akkerland Boerdery immediately took out an urgent injunction to prevent eviction until a court had ruled on the issue, but the Department of Rural Development and Land Affairs has refused the application.
Annelie Crosby, spokeswoman for the agricultural industry association AgriSA, told City Press: “What makes the Akkerland case unique is that they apparently were not given the opportunity to first dispute the claim in court, as the law requires.”
ANC spokesman ZiZi Kodwa refused to reveal details of the farms being targeted and has attempted to cal investor fears, adding the proposed seizures were “tied to addressing the injustices of the past”.
He told City Press: “Over time I think the markets as well as investors will appreciate that what we are doing is creating policy certainty and creating the conditions for future investment.”
Tensions among South Africa’s white farming community has been escalating since the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as President earlier the year, who committed his African National Congress (ANC) to land expropriation.
Last week, ANC chairman Gwede Mantashe sparked panic among the farming community when he said: “You shouldn’t own more than 25,000 acres of land.
“Therefore if you own more it should be taken without compensation.
Cyril Ramaphosa South Africa farm seizures
South Africa farm seizures: The proposal was announced by Cyril Ramaphosa (Image: GETTY)
“People who are privileged never give away privilege as a matter of a gift.
“And that is why we say, to give you the tools, revisit the constitution so that you have a legal tool to do it.”
A record number of white South African farmers have put their land up for sale amid fears the ruling party is considering confiscating properties bigger than 25,000 acres.
The government was accused of drawing up a list of almost 200 farms it allegedly wants to seize from white farmers, with AfriForum, a civil rights group representing the white Afrikaner minority, adding the document was being circulated by ministers as the ruling powers prepare to implement the policy.
It invited farmers to check if they were on it and urged them to make contact “so we can prepare a joint legal strategy”.
South Africa farm seizures Gwede Mantashe
South Africa farm seizures: Gwede Mantashe sparked panic among the farming community (Image: GETTY)
But the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform denied the list was real with spokeswoman Linda Page telling News24: “We don’t know where they got this from. There is no truth in this document.”
On Sunday, Afriforum CEO Ernest Roets confirmed that the two farms - Salaitna and Lukin - were the first two to be targeted.
He said: “So the debate about the authenticity of the list is settled then?
“We hope that the gravity of the state’s plans for expropriation is understood and that people will see through the dishonesty of the Department of Land Reform and Rural Development.
“We hope that the attempts to discredit the legitimacy of the list has now been proven to be malicious for good. We shouldn’t be misled by those who sing Kumbaya while the state is planning to expropriate property.”

South Africa: Hearings over proposed land expropriation begin

AgriSA has labelled Afriforum’s decision to release the list as “irresponsible” and inflammatory” dying “cursory background research” showed several inaccuracies, including that a number of farmers were joint ventures co-owend by black people.
Earlier this month, cattle farmer Jo-an Engelbrecht told ABC that his farm just outside Johannesburg was now “worth zero”.
He said: “We had several auctions in the last two or three weeks cancelled because there was no people interested in buying the land.
“Why would you buy a farm to know the government’s going to take it?”

NWN: They should go to Australia and let them all starve. In a few years time Bob 'oy vey' Geldof the jewish irishman, will be banging his fist demanding money for their famine in South Africa.
IRA killers walk free as Army veterans face probe !

West Midlands and Birmingham newspaper running this story which will be going online soon apparently. A total disgrace by our hypocritical politicians, who will be shoving their ugly faces to the front soon for Remembrance Sunday and the 100 years since the end of WW1 commemorations .

General Adolf Galland - WW2 Luftwaffe commander and one of the first to fly the ME262 jet fighter We in the UK were lied to by our govern...