Saturday, June 29, 2013

Mandelas imminent death threatens race war against white people in South Africa

Mandela's passing and the looming threat of a race war against South Africa's whites as a widow mourns the latest murdered white farmer, a chilling dispatch from a nation holding its breath

  • Roelof du Plessis, 46 shot on his farm outside Pretoria by gang of black intruders
  • Fears rise that killings are part of a systematic bid to drive white people out of South Africa
  • President Jacob Zuma known to sing 'struggle song' about killing white Afrikaners

Slaughtered: Roelof du Plessis, 46, was shot dead in front of his wife Laura, 44 and son on their farm near Pretoria
Slaughtered: Roelof du Plessis, 46, was shot dead in front of his wife Laura, 44 and son on their farm
The horror started just before midnight on Wednesday this week.
After listening to the latest television news about the health of Nelson Mandela, a South African family living not far from the former President’s hospital unit turned in for the night.
But Roelof and Laura du Plessis, a married couple with four children who live on a heavily fortified farm outside Pretoria, did not have a peaceful night’s rest.
In fact they were about to become the latest victims of what white pressure groups in this troubled nation say is nothing less than a savage war against them.
Hearing noises outside their home, Mr du Plessis, 46, got out of bed and ran outside.
To his horror, he found his 19-year-old son being held with a gun to his head by a gang of five armed black attackers.
Father and son were ordered to lie on the ground. The invaders did not ask for money or the keys to the expensive vehicles in the drive. They were there only to terrorise and kill.
Hearing voices outside, Laura, 44, came out of her bedroom to investigate — and her torch illuminated an awful scene as the gang pointed guns at her husband.
Her son managed to get up and sprint off into the darkness when the men were confused by the flashlight. But Du Plessis was not so lucky.
The intruders opened fire at once, shooting him six times through the throat, lungs and abdomen.
As he writhed on the ground in agony, the men ran off into the night leaving empty bullet cartridges littering the yard.
In the darkness, Laura attempted heart massage on her husband, who could still talk despite his appalling injuries, but to no avail.

When I arrived at the farm on Thursday and was invited in by Mrs du Plessis, I found her with blood still caked under her fingernails after she’d cradled her dying husband.
‘He was shot through the lungs and I was doing CPR,’ she told me, between huge sobs. ‘He said “please go and fetch the car and take me to hospital”. But he was too badly hurt and he died in my arms.’
In the morning, when white friends from neighbouring farms followed the trail of the raiders, they discovered the men had carefully cut through fences and skirted areas with security patrols — suggesting how closely they had planned their route of attack.
‘It is definitely coming down to a race thing,’ Laura du Plessis told me as she was comforted by her family. ‘They hate white people. We have never had a fight with any black people. I always stop and give others a lift. We employ black people.
‘My husband fought for me. I am grateful that he wasn’t tied up and forced to watch me being raped before he was killed. He was an amazing man. He was my life.’
Gravely ill: As South Africa's unifying icon Nelson Mandela is on life support in hospital, his devoted people leave tributes outside
Gravely ill: As South Africa's unifying icon Nelson Mandela is on life support in hospital, his devoted people leave tributes outside

Troubled: South Africa is said to be on the brink of a national crisis as Nelson Mandela's health deteriorates
Troubled: South Africa is said to be on the brink of a national crisis as Nelson Mandela's health deteriorates
A friend of the family, who asked not to be named, told me he was certain that the killings are part of a sinister, systematic bid to drive white people — and, in particular, farmers — out of South Africa.
‘If this was happening in any other country, the military would be deployed to protect us,’ said the friend. ‘There are gangs moving around the country targeting white people.’
Of course the violence and privations South Africa’s blacks faced under apartheid were just as unforgiveable. Certainly, there would have been more bloodletting after the white government fell in the Nineties were it not for Mandela’s message of reconciliation.
But now, as he nears death, fears are growing that a wave of violence will be unleashed against the white population.
The statistics — and the savagery of the killings — appear to support claims by these residents that white people, and farmers in particular, are being targeted by black criminals.
Little wonder that what unfolded on the Du Plessis homestead has sent tremors of fear through the three-million-strong white community.
Last month alone there were 25 murders of white landowners, and more than 100 attacks, while Afrikaner protest groups claim that more than 4,000 have been killed since Mandela came to power — twice as many as the number of policemen who have died.
It is not just the death toll, but the extreme violence that is often brought to bear, that causes the greatest fear in the white community.
Documented cases of farm killings make for gruesome reading, with children murdered along with their parents, one family suffocated with plastic bags and countless brutal rapes of elderly women and young children.
These horrors have prompted Genocide Watch — a respected American organisation which monitors violence around the world — to claim that the murders of ‘Afrikaner farmers and other whites is organised by racist communists determined to drive whites out of South Africa, nationalise farms and mines, and bring on all the horrors of a communist state’.
Indeed, a disturbing number of whites are terrified that Mandela’s passing will lead to an outpouring of violence from black South Africans, no longer contained by the sheer power of the great man’s presence, which endures today even though he stood down as president in 1999.
For its part, the ruling ANC party dismisses claims that such murders are part of any sinister agenda, pointing out that South Africans of all colours suffer violent crime, and that wealthy whites are simply more likely to be targeted.
Splintered: Fears that Mandela's deteriorating health will lead to a surge in violence are growing
Splintered: Fears that Mandela's deteriorating health will lead to a surge in violence are growing

There has been an increase in murders of white farmers
There has been an increase in murders of white farmers in a country where there are already 60 murders each day
Critical: Neslon Mandela, pictured here in May, cannot breathe unaided
Critical: Neslon Mandela, pictured here in May, is in hospital. He cannot breathe unaided
Perhaps. But white nerves have not been soothed by the disturbing behaviour of Jacob Zuma, the ANC’s leader and the country’s third black president since Mandela.
At a centenary gathering of the African National Congress last year, Zuma was filmed singing a so-called ‘struggle song’ called Kill The Boer (the old name for much of the white Afrikaner population).
As fellow senior ANC members clapped along, Zuma sang: ‘We are going to shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, we are going to hit them, they are going to run, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine-gun, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine-gun . . .’
Alongside him was a notorious character called Julius ‘Juju’ Malema, a former leader of the ANC youth league, who is now Zuma’s bitter enemy and is reportedly planning to launch a new political party after Mandela’s death.
A bogeyman to white South Africans, Malema is popular among young blacks, and has also been an enthusiastic singer of Kill The Boer and another song called Bring Me My Machine-Gun.
Polls this week showed a huge surge in support among young black South Africans for his policies, which he says will ignore reconciliation, and fight for social justice in an ‘onslaught against [the] white male monopoly’.
With chilling echoes of neighbouring Zimbabwe, where dictator Robert Mugabe launched a murderous campaign to drive white farmers off the land in 2000, Malema wants all white-owned land to be seized without compensation, along with nationalisation of the country’s lucrative mines.
Ominously, Malema, 32, who wears a trademark beret and has a fondness for Rolex watches, this month promised his new party will take the land from white people without recompense and give it to blacks. 
‘We need the land that was taken from our people, and we are not going to pay for it,’ he said. ‘We need a party that will say those who were victims of apartheid stand to benefit unashamedly, and those who perpetuated apartheid must show remorse and behave in a manner that says they regret their conduct.’
Enthusiastically backed by Winnie Mandela, Nelson’s second wife — who is still hugely popular in South Africa despite her suspected role in several murders — Malema is a charismatic figure who once threw a BBC correspondent out of a press conference for asking about his wealthy lifestyle.
His words have done nothing to allay the fears of white communities, some of which have taken extreme measures to protect themselves.
This week I visited Kleinfontein in Pretoria, a white-only community of 1,000 men, women and children who live behind high fences, with a gatehouse manned by men in military fatigues, who also carry out regular patrols of the grounds to prevent black intruders entering.
Anyone without an appointment with an official resident is refused entry. If they are black, they will not get in at all.
Inside, there is a shopping mall, while the town has its own water supply and sewage system. All manual work is carried out by white residents. 
There is a rugby pitch, opulent homes overlooking miles of open countryside where antelope and zebra roam, and a hospital for the elderly residents.
Most crucially of all, in a country with 60 murders a day, there is no armed robbery, murder or rape in Kleinfontein. ‘An old lady can draw money here without any fear,’ says Marisa Haasbroek, a resident, mother of two teenage girls, and my guide for the morning.
‘It’s safe, quiet and peaceful. It’s not racist — it is about protecting our Afrikaner cultural identity.’
Like all the residents, she is descended from the first Afrikaners, the Dutch settlers who came to South Africa and were driven into the African interior on the famous Great Trek during the war with the British from 1899 to 1902.
Kleinfontein has been in existence since Mandela’s first presidency in 1994 — but its existence remained largely unknown until reports last year that black police officers had been barred from entry to the property.
Divisive: President Jacob Zuma is known for singing 'struggle songs' about killing white Afrikaners
Divisive: President Jacob Zuma is known for singing 'struggle songs' about killing white Afrikaners
To get round race laws, Kleinfontein insists its criteria for entry are not based on skin colour. It claims to exist to protect distinct Afrikaans-speaking people and culture, and that English-speaking white people are also banned, so the community is non-racist.
The Afrikaners, of course, were those who devised and presided over apartheid, a gruesome social experiment that did so much to divide the nation and subjugate the black population.
With Mandela on a life support machine, the founders of this community in the so-called ‘Rainbow Nation’ were this week being inundated with requests by other whites to join them.
‘I think there will be trouble,’ Anna, an elderly lady tending her garden inside the all-white compound, tells me. 
‘There may be tribal warfare first between the black races. Then they might turn on us.’ 
Standing near a sign written in Afrikaans stating ‘ons is hier om te bly’ (we are here to stay), Marike, another resident, was convinced that there is a sinister plot to kill all whites.
‘You don’t attack farms and rape 80-year-old women with broken bottles and kill their husbands for a mobile phone,’ Marike says. ‘People say it’s not genocide — but it is.’ 
Such uncertainty about the future has been given added credence by the tawdry, shameful scenes surrounding Mandela’s death bed — where his family were last night continuing to squabble over where he should be buried and who should get the most loot from tourists visiting the grave.
Despite all the arguments about the future direction of the country, the truth is that only one thing has stayed the same in South Africa before and after Mandela’s presidency: the mutual fear and distrust between some blacks and whites, particularly in rural areas away from the cosmopolitan cities of Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Yet as one acquaintance of mine, a black security guard named Pietor, told me yesterday: ‘The whites said they would be slaughtered when Mandela came to power, and thought they’d be killed when he stood down as President.
'Now, they’re saying they will be slaughtered when Mandela dies. Black people just want jobs and a decent life, not killing.’
Nelson Mandela dreamed of a South Africa that was at peace with itself — and warned that the black population taking vengeance on whites would only deepen old enmities.
Whether the black leaders who are following him can muster an ounce of his authority or humanity remains to be seen.
NWN : White farmers should refuse to sell food and become subsistence farmers unless they only supply white people. Let the black barsts  starve to death like in every other black run country.

Friday, June 28, 2013

Black communist racist 'Nelson' Mandela joins in with 'Kill the whitey' song

Many jews were involved in this anti white explosion in SA, as they have been in all western civilisation..

Zionist Jews are at the forefront of destroying the west.

In the video we can see monster Ronnie Kasrils, a communist jew from Eastern Europe

Thursday, June 27, 2013

 What nationalists should be doing 

here in the UK !  


Golden Dawn again showing the way forward when austerity policies are imposed by the bankers system

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Solidarity to the homeless.

Old article, but never had the chance to report it... After finding it among other draft posts, I decided to complete it.

Comrades from the White Women's Front of Golden Dawn gathered large quantities of clothes like sweaters, trousers, socks, gloves, hats and food such as bottled water, cans of food and loafs of bread and distributed them to several homeless Greeks in the broader area of Nice.
[Photos inside]

Our homeless brothers and sisters accepted our aid with great happiness and relief, thanking the comrades with all the power of their hearts. They didn't get any present from their family, but they got presents from their greater family, the family of all the Greeks, the Golden Dawn. They now know that they are NOT alone.
The anarchists and the leftists only care for illegal immigrants, NGOs are getting millions to help them, while they ignore their own kin. And on the other side, Greeks that lost everything live under terrible conditions.
They should be ashamed.
But the time will come and the roles will revert.
We will fight for that.

Golden Dawn for the New Dawn of Hellenism!!


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Poshboy and Bilderberger Chancellor Gideon Osborne increases foreign aid but for the UK..........even more austerity cuts!

I'm proud to increase foreign aid, Osborne says despite Tory calls to scrap ringfence

  • Department for International Development given an extra £800million
  • Coalition committed to spending 0.7% of national income on overseas aid
  • Most other departments face cuts of up to 10% to their budgets

George Osborne today said he was ‘proud’ that the UK government is spending more on foreign aid.
The Chancellor risked the wrath of Tory backbenchers who have called for cuts to international development by announcing an extra £800million for 2015-16.
But to meet the coalition’s pledge to spend 0.7 per cent of national income on aid, money from the Home Office and Business will count towards the target.
Aid: The coalition has committed to spending 0.7 per cent of national income on overseas aid, while cutting elsewhere
Aid: The coalition has committed to spending 0.7 per cent of national income on overseas aid, while cutting elsewhere
Proud: George Osborne defended the decision to increase foreign aid spending while cutting other Whitehall departments y up to 10 per cent
Proud: George Osborne defended the decision to increase foreign aid spending while cutting other Whitehall departments y up to 10 per cent
Right wingers on the Tory backbenchers have repeatedly called for an end to the protection given to overseas aid.
Along with health and schools, it was one of the only areas of spending ring fenced by Mr Osborne in his search for an extra £11.5billion of cuts in 2015-16.
In total the UK will spend £12.22billion in its Official Development Assistance commitment.
It means it will spend 0.7 per cent of gross national income in 2015 on helping the poor overseas. It includes an extra £809million in the DFID budget.
Around £100million in science research for helping poor countries from the Department for Business will also count towards the ODA target, along with £100million of Home Office funding for asylum cases.
Spending: Only foreign aid, NHS and the spy agencies have seen increases in the departmental programme and administration budgets, with most departments suffering cuts of up to 10 per cent
Spending: Only foreign aid, NHS and the spy agencies have seen increases in the departmental programme and administration budgets, with most departments suffering cuts of up to 10 per cent

Infrastructure: Billions of pounds in extra building projects have been directed towards transport, justice and business in an attempt to kickstart growth
Infrastructure: Billions of pounds in extra building projects have been directed towards transport, justice and business in an attempt to kickstart growth
Mr Osborne told MPs: ‘Fairness also means refusing to balance the budget on the backs of the world’s poorest.
‘I know not everyone believes we should fulfil our commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of our national income on development.
‘But I do – and I’m proud to support a Government that is the first in our history to meet our pledge and meet it not only this year, but next year and the year after.
‘Of course, overseas development is about more than just the DFID budget, and we comply with internationally policed rules.
‘But the DFID budget is the lion’s share, and it will be set at £11.1 billion in 2015-16.
‘Even in tough times, the decisions we make mean we keep to our commitments.’

NWN: Here we see yet another Bilderberg policy that was discussed in secret with the bankers, being realised. 
Where are the protests ?

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Russia voices alarm over US troops in Jordan

Russia has expressed alarm over the deployment of US troops and military equipment in Jordan, in an indication of the widening diplomatic fallout from the internationalisation of Syria’s civil war.
“We think more troops in the region doesn’t help, especially now when we agreed with the Americans to bring the conflicting parties to the table to start to launch a dialogue,” Alexander Kalugin, Russia’s ambassador in Amman, told the Financial Times.

Abdullah Ensour, prime minister of Jordan, on Saturday said that the country was hosting 900 US military personnel, the first such public acknowledgment by a Jordanian official.
He told reporters in Amman that 200 were personnel training for how to handle a possible chemical attack from Syria. Another 700 are manning a Patriot missile defence system, F-16 fighter jets, and other defence systems that the US left behind in Jordan after a military exercise that ended on June 20.
Last week, President Barack Obama informed congress of the deployment. In a letter he sent to John Boehner, US speaker of the House of Representatives, the president said: “The detachment will remain in Jordan, in full co-ordination with the government of Jordan, until the security situation becomes such that it is no longer needed.”
Mr Obama added that the military deployment served “important national interests in supporting the security of Jordan and promoting regional stability”.
Jordan, which borders Syria and is hosting more than half a million refugees from the conflict, has declared itself neutral.
However, the recent “Eager Lion” military exercise, which involved 19 countries and about 8,000 personnel – with the largest numbers by far coming from the US and Jordan – was seen as provocative by Russia, which backs President Bashar al-Assad in the war.
Russia has also been sharply critical of the stationing of Patriot missiles in Turkey. The US, Russia and parties to the conflict plan to hold a peace conference on Syria in Geneva, but the sides have clashed over terms and representation, and no date for the meeting has been set.
There is no training in our country whatsoever of Syrian opposition forces - Abdullah Ensour, prime minister of Jordan
The roughly 900 US military in personnel in Jordan are unlikely to have much immediate military impact in the conflict. However, Russian officials fear that the military equipment and presence could be used to enforce a future no-fly zone over Syria.
Jordanian officials deny they have any plans to take part in a no-fly zone and also dismissed recent US media reports claiming that the Central Intelligence Agency and US special forces were training Syrian rebels in Jordan.
“There is no training in our country whatsoever of Syrian opposition forces,” Mr Ensour told journalists on Saturday. “The only Syrians we are dealing with in our country are refugees.”
The Patriot deployment in Jordan comes after Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov’s confirmation last week that his country will fulfil a contract to supply S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Mr Assad’s government.
Israel, which says it is neutral in the Syrian war, claims that the missiles could be used offensively. The weapons have not yet been delivered, but Israeli officials have hinted they would strike militarily to prevent their deployment. 

Thursday, June 20, 2013

‘Cardboard gun’ robber hid cash up his bottom

Nicholas Hinds, 36, was searched after using a roll of cardboard in a plastic bag arranged to look like a shotgun

Nicholas Hinds jailed for 10 years
Nicholas Hinds jailed for 10 years
A robber who hid his ill-gotten gains up his backside has been jailed for 10 years.
Nicholas Hinds, 36, held up a Nisa convenience store at Sale Road, Northern Moor, using a roll of cardboard in a plastic bag arranged to look like a shotgun on December 2 last year.
The shopkeeper gave Hinds money but activated his emergency alarm, and police quickly traced the robber to his home at  nearby Peplar Avenue.
Hinds was found sitting on the toilet. Concerned he would dispose of evidence, police ignored his pleas for privacy and joined him in the bathroom.
He was arrested and when he was searched at the police station he was found to be wearing two pairs of underpants and had £130 sticking out of his bottom rolled up ‘like a cigar’, Manchester Crown Court heard.
Weeks earlier, on the morning of October 26, Hinds raided the Circle News store, also on Sale Road.
On that occasion he also stole cash from the till after brandishing his cardboard shotgun.
Hinds dumped the cardboard tubes and plastic bags used in both robberies in the area for police to find with his fingerprints on.
He went on to deny robbery, claiming that he used the cardboard tubes to smoke cannabis, saying the money found by police was his wages from a labouring job, and denying that the notes had ever been up his bottom.
But his pleas of innocence were rejected by the jury and he was sentenced to 10 years moments after guilty verdicts were returned.
Pc Chris Sutcliffe said: “Hinds’ actions show he is a determined and dangerous criminal and the streets are a far safer place now this man is behind bars.
“He had obviously pre-planned the two robberies and had gone to some lengths to simulate the appearance of a gun. This was clearly designed to cause as much fear as possible among his victims who genuinely believed they were being threatened at gunpoint.
“However, he could not escape justice and he is now starting a long prison stretch.
“I hope it gives his victims some sense of justice at seeing him sent down for such a long time.”

NWN: Sometimes any comment would be superfluous. This is one of those times !

An 'asset' to the country !   (Do you like that one ?)

Monday, June 17, 2013

Nick Griffin’s road to Damascus

A younger Nick Griffin (left) with his then National Front colleague Derek Holland visiting Libya in 1988.

Today’s Times reports the arrival of Nick Griffin in Lebanon, and no doubt tomorrow’s papers will update the story now that the BNP leader has crossed the border into Syria and arrived in Damascus.
We have made many criticisms of Nick Griffin over the years, but several of his recent statements would not be out of place in Heritage and Destiny!
  • Distancing the BNP from the cretinous Zionist thuggery of the English Defence League.
  • Arguing against successive British governments’ wars for Israel.
  • Defending the Syrian government against relentless Western propaganda, and exposing the terrorism of anti-Assad rebels.
  • Endorsing the Lebanese Shia party Hezbollah in recent online comments.
That said, The Times is justified in pointing out the remarkable contortions and contradictions in Mr Griffin’s comments on the Middle East over the years.
During the mid-1980s he was a leading spokesman for the most militantly anti-Zionist faction of British nationalism, which became the “political soldier” faction of the National Front, and eventually the “International Third Position”.  In this capacity he visited the Libyan capital Tripoli in 1988 and sought funds from Col. Gadaffi.
As leader of the BNP after 1999 he remained pro-Gadaffi, but only because he saw the Libyan dictator as anti-Islamist, and by now Mr Griffin was hostile to all Muslims – apparently endorsing neo-conservative notions of a “clash of civilisations” between Islam and the West.
In January 2009 for example Mr Griffin criticised the BBC for “anti-Israel bias” and condemned “neo-nazi cranks” within nationalism who opposed Israel, saying that the destruction of the Zionist state would “inspire and radicalise a whole new generation of Jihadist fanatics”.
Mr Griffin now concluded that the survival of Israel was “in our clear national interest”.
Only a year or two ago, Mr Griffin was still condemning both the “Sunni and Shiite fundamentalists in Saudi Arabia and Iran”.  Now he seems to have decided (correctly as it happens) that only the Saudi Wahhabis should be criticised (though in H&D‘s view he should go a lot further in his historical analysis of this phenomenon).
Some cynics might argue that Mr Griffin has no genuine ideological (still less scholarly) interest in the region, and is motivated solely by the search for cheap headlines and potential donors.
But perhaps we should not be too cynical, and as Mr Griffin follows the road to Damascus we should remember the words of St Luke’s gospel:
I say unto you, that likewise joy shall be in heaven over one sinner that repenteth, more than over ninety and nine just persons, which need no repentance.

NWN: We think that the 'mass media' are attempting to get the traitor Griffin perhaps re-elected as an MEP. For the simple reason that Griffin screws the nationalist system up. That is his job.

The state needs him to bollox the nationalist scene up, or we might become a major threat like we were BEFORE Griffin hijacked the BNP, at the behest of the Establishment.

Good advice from Golden Dawn..........................................

Why are the 'left' so stupid ?

Anti-G8 rally passes off peacefully

G8 protest takes place at Belfast City Hall amidst a heavy security presence.
Picture Mark McCormick 15/06/13
G8 protest takes place at Belfast City Hall amidst a heavy security presence. Picture Mark McCormick 15/06/13

An anti-G8 rally in Belfast has passed off peacefully amid an unprecedented security operation.

Fears that extremists were planning to hijack the trade union-organised event and spark disorder proved misplaced as the demonstration took place without incident. An hour after the rally finished no arrests had been reported.
A police estimate that 1,500 people took part may have been on the conservative side, but the total did not approach the 5,000 predicted to attend - a fact which may have been influenced by horrendous weather conditions.
Rain poured down almost constantly as demonstrators, advocating a range of both local and global issues, marched through the city centre ahead of the rally at City Hall.
A flash point could have potentially developed outside the landmark as the march was met by around 100 Northern Ireland based Union flag protesters, who hold weekly pickets at City Hall to object to Belfast City Council's decision last year to limit the number of days the flag flies on the building.
While participants in the separate protests would be at odds on many issues, including the conflict in the Middle East, direct confrontation was prevented by a massed line of police officers.
There were a number of isolated incidents where police had to intervene to limit the movement of small groups or individual loyalists, but nothing more serious developed.
The security operation around the event was on a scale not witnessed in the city before, with hundreds of public order officers flanking the rally. Scores of fortified Land Rover-type vehicles were parked up on side streets ready to be deployed while police helicopters circled constantly overhead.
Security will be as tight on Monday when US President Barack Obama visits ahead of travelling down to Co Fermanagh for the start of the G8 summit.
For the days around the G8 police have made 260 temporary holding cells available for potential trouble makers while 16 judges are on stand-by to preside over special courts. But at the Belfast protest at least, authorities will be relieved such additional capacity was not required. 

NWN: Are the 'left' so stupid they actually think that dimwits like Cameron and Obama actually rule or control anything ?  The most outragious example of a puppet must have been Ronald Reagan. 'Thick as a plank', and in the later years of his US presidency, he was probably brain dead.

And then they had Dubya Bush FFS !

The real rulers are at places like Bilderberg, where they order the politicians to do their bidding. 

The 'left' also seem to know nothing about how money is created and the international banking system.

Maybe it's just that 'socialists' are the thickest voters on the planet. 

I mean; "I vote Labour cos my dad voted Labour and his dad voted Labour before him".

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Tens of thousands of Jews protesting the State of Israel in New York City


Friday, June 14, 2013

Police probe ‘racist’ cadet incident at army barracks

ABUSE: The TA barracks on Deepdale Road, Preston
ABUSE: The TA barracks on Deepdale Road, Preston
A disgusted father has told how a group of young air cadets were racially abused by a gang who waited outside Preston’s Territorial Army barracks.

Police were called on Tuesday night after one cadet was allegedly chased towards Preston north End’s stadium from Kimberley Barracks on Deepdale Road, following a training session.
On Tuesdays the barracks is used by the 341 Air Squadron, but it is also understood a group of army cadets may have been verbally abused on the same evening.

Today, Det Chf Insp Ian Dawson of Preston Police said there were no security concerns at the barracks and said it was a minor incident.
He said: “ we are aware of a minor incident at the barracks and believe it was isolated. We have close links with the barracks and are working,through our diversity team, to establish who the youths involved are.
“Preston has a diverse community and we are not aware of any problems.
“We are working closely with community leaders.
He added: “We understand the cadets had played football on the park before returning to the barracks. A short time later, as they left the barracks, they were shouted at by a group.
“We have assessed our reassurance response to the incident.

A concerned parent, who did not wish to be named, said: “ A group of Asian youths were outside the barracks and were abusing the cadets as they came out.
“One ran back inside and had to get a sergeant’s help.
“Members of the TA who are stationed at the barracks also came out.
“My stepdaughter is in the air cadets and we worry about her walking home as it is.
“The youngsters were advised not to walk home alone.
“My stepdaughter had been shouted at once before as she left the barracks. It does not put us off sending her, but it frightens me.”

Coun Terry Cartwright, who represents the area, said: “ It is disturbing, particularly in the wake of what happened at Woolwich Barracks in London.
These young cadets are trying to make something of themselves.”
Preston community worker Ali Amla said: “ It is totally unacceptable behaviour for these young people to have been treated like that.
“The cadets are there to volunteer their time very positively and do something very positive in the community.”
A spokesman for Fulwood Barracks confirmed the air cadets had been training in the barracks at the time.
An Air Cadet spokesman was not available for comment.

U.S. Military Proposal to Arm Rebels Includes No-Fly Zone in Syria

WASHINGTON—A U.S. military proposal for arming Syrian rebels also calls for a limited no-fly zone inside Syria that would be enforced from Jordanian territory to protect Syrian refugees and rebels who would train there, according to U.S. officials.
Asked by the White House to develop options for Syria, military planners have said that creating an area to train and equip rebel forces would require keeping Syrian aircraft well away from the Jordanian border.
To do that, the military envisages creating a no-fly zone stretching up to 25 miles into Syria which would be enforced using aircraft flown from Jordanian bases and flying inside the kingdom, according to U.S. officials.
The White House is currently considering proposals to arm the rebels in Jordan, according to U.S. officials. White House National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden declined to comment on the details of those deliberations.
The limited no-fly zone wouldn't require the destruction of Syrian antiaircraft batteries, U.S. officials said.
Officials said the White House could decide to authorize the U.S. to arm and train rebels in Jordan without authorizing the no-fly zone recommended by military planners. A White House announcement could come soon, officials said.
Jordan has been inundated by a flood of refugees that Jordanian and U.S. officials say is a growing threat to the kingdom, a key U.S. ally in the region. The U.S. has already moved Patriot air defense batteries and F-16 fighter planes to Jordan, which could be integral to any no-fly zone if President Barack Obama approves the military proposal.
Proponents of the proposal say a no-fly zone could be imposed without a U.N. Security Council resolution, since the U.S. would not regularly enter Syrian airspace and wouldn't hold Syrian territory.
U.S. planes have air-to-air missiles that could destroy Syrian planes from long ranges. But officials said that aircraft may be required to enter Syrian air space if threatened by advancing Syrian planes. Such an incursion by the U.S., if it were to happen, could be justified as self-defense, officials say.
Military planners believe it would be dangerous to set up a major operation inside Jordan to arm the rebels without creating a no-fly zone to hold Syrian aircraft back.
"Unless you have a good buffer zone inside Syria, you risk too much," said a U.S. official briefed on the military proposal.
Creating even a limited buffer zone that Syrian airplanes cannot enter will be expensive, costing an estimated $50 million a day. Still, officials say that a full no-fly zone covering all of Syria would cost far more money. Officials said the U.S. hopes the operation would be conducted with other allies, who could help pay for the cost of a no-fly zone.
The U.S. planes involved in the no-fly zone would fly from Jordan and possibly from Navy ships in the Mediterranean or Red Sea. Jordan has offered the U.S. and its allies the use of its military bases to protect a safe zone inside the kingdom, according to U.S. officials. Jordanian officials in Washington had no immediate comment.
U.S. military officials believe it will take about a month to get such a limited no fly zone up and running, officials say. Officials say there may be a limited window to do so. If Russia decides to provide advanced, long-range S-300 air defense weapons to Syria, it would make such a limited no-fly zone far more risky for U.S. pilots.
U.S. Military Proposal to Arm Rebels Includes No-Fly Zone Inside Syria 

NWN: Where are the Russian S300's ?  

Israels continual prompting has pushed Obama over the edge to declare supporting AL QAIDA in this struggle against Syria.

The very same monsters and fruitcakes that murdered Fusilier/Drummer Lee Rigby. Our, and the US government, are run by traitors. No question.

And the sooner honest folk like the EDL rank and file realise this the better.  

SHAME !!!!! 

Wednesday, June 12, 2013



Peter Rushton ~ Patriots Subverted: Why Did British Anti-Zionists Fail to Resist The Nakba ?

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Alex Jones: Zionist from Paul Coker on Vimeo.

The above is from a while ago obviously. But Jones appears to be supporting Israel here.

BNP leader Nick Griffin visits Syria after receiving invite from President Assad

  • Invited by President Assad to take part in a fact-finding visit to country
  • Griffin said he wants to highlight risk of Government’s support for rebels
  • He has been tweeting since his arrival in war torn country
  • He has compared it to 'Belfast - during the troubles' on his account

British National Party leader Nick Griffin paid a surprise visit to Syria on a fact finding mission
British National Party leader Nick Griffin paid a surprise visit to Syria on a fact finding mission
British National Party leader Nick Griffin has arrived in Syria after being invited to take part in a fact-finding visit to the war-torn country by the regime of President Bashar Assad.
Mr Griffin said he wanted to highlight the risk that the UK Government’s support for opposition fighters seeking to oust Assad was posing.
Writing on Twitter, he said it could plunge the Middle Eastern state into an 'Iraq-style hell of sectarian hate'.
And he linked the kind of Islamist militancy espoused by some of the rebels with the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich last month.
BNP spokesman Simon Darby said Mr Griffin, who is an MEP for North West England, was invited to Damascus as part of a delegation of European politicians, including MEPs and MPs from Belgium, Russia and Poland.
The spokesman stressed that he was not being paid by the Syrian regime and did not want his presence in the country to be seen as an endorsement of Assad.
'What he wants is to let people have a proper view of what is going on in Syria, because at the moment all we have is William Hague and his infantile war-mongering,' said Mr Darby.
'He wants to ascertain just how many British citizens are fighting out there for the so-called Free Syrian Army and other elements opposed to Assad.
Syrians holding up national flags and photos of Syrian President Bashar Assad as they celebrate their return to al-Qusair city.
Syrians holding up national flags and photos of Syrian President Bashar Assad as they celebrate their return to al-Qusair city. Mr Griffin said he was not being paid by the Syrian regime and did not want his presence in the country to be seen as an endorsement of Assad
'He is representing the point of view of ordinary British people who don’t want any engagement in the Middle East and its troubles, any more than they wanted to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq.

'He is MEP for the North West and he is sick and tired of seeing lads from Manchester and Liverpool coming back in body bags or with arms and legs missing because the Government got them involved in business that isn’t any concern of ours.'
Mr Griffin crossed into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon and posted a series of comments on Twitter.
Syrian President Bashar Assad is said to have invited Mr Griffin to take part in a fact-finding visit to the war-torn country
Syrian President Bashar Assad is said to have invited Mr Griffin to take part in a fact-finding visit to the war-torn country
Mr Griffin crossed into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon and posted a series of comments on Twitter
Mr Griffin crossed into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon and posted a series of comments on Twitter

BNP spokesman Simon Darby said Mr Griffin, who is an MEP for North West England, was invited to Damascus as part of a delegation of European politicians, including MEPs and MPs from Belgium, Russia and Poland
BNP spokesman Simon Darby said Mr Griffin, who is an MEP for North West England, was invited to Damascus as part of a delegation of European politicians, including MEPs and MPs from Belgium, Russia and Poland
'Crossed border into Syria yesterday,' he said. 'Now in Damascus, which is busy, a modern, bustling city. Security rather like Belfast in Troubles.
'Fact finding mission. Cameron & Hague plan to send UK money & weapons to rebels dominated by Islamist jihadis like killers of Lee Rigby.
'Occasional explosions in distance but life in capital normal.
'Traffic busy, shops full of goods. Families out in sun. Why turn stable secular state into Iraq-style hell of sectarian hate?
'More madness from the people who dragged us to costly war in Iraq & Afghan(istan).'

NWN:  Looks like the DAILY MAIL is giving corrupt Nick Griffin 'a leg up' for next years Euro elections. At the last Euro elections he got elected by the sheer hard work of the BNP activists in places like the former BNP strongholds in areas such as Oldham and Burnley. 
Griffin went in and destroyed each and every BNP stronghold nationwide over the years, so now there are no BNP strongholds. 
And now we are seeing the 'mass media' keeping Griffin in the limelight. 
The other day, the media focussed on Griffin sending a TWEET about the old marxist terrorist Nelson Mandela.
Today the above.

Let us see the media 'puffs' continue for Gri££in as they no doubt will. 
'They' need him to keep nationalism in the UK 'in check', and he has done a damned good job for 'them' hasn't he ?

Sunday, June 09, 2013

Bilderberger Labour frontbencher Ed Balls 
telling lies ? 

Treasury official Balls sidestepped the question about breaking the ministerial code, which states that MP’s cannot attend private meetings without disclosing details to the public, by claiming that he was not a minister – an overt lie because Balls swore an oath to uphold that very code when he became a Member of Parliament in 2005. Balls attended Bilderberg meetings before he became Shadow Chancellor. 

Officials are also supposed to have a secretary on hand making minutes, which is not the case at Bilderberg.
Just like the NSA wiretapping issue and innumerable other scandals, illegal activity is being conducted in plain sight at Bilderberg when British officials like Balls and Prime Minister David Cameron attend Bilderberg with no public disclosure.

Another Bilderberger and zionist UK Prime Minister David Cameron is also under fire and will have to argue the same for attending Bilderberg to get his orders for ruling the UK.

Saturday, June 08, 2013

 Bilderberg Day 3 - The protestors came in their thousands

Thousands of activists crowded into a small corner of grassland near The Grove on Saturday to protest the final day of the controversial Bilderberg Group meeting.
Prominent protestors including American radio DJ Alex Jones, author and conspiracy theorist David Icke and Bilderberg Fringe Festival organiser Charlie Skelton spoke to attendees throughout the afternoon.

Alex Jones
The day saw by far the largest crowd of the three-day protest with organisers claiming as many as 2,000 more supporters were prevented from attending due to the capacity limit.
The large police presence – including officers from Hertfordshire, Essex and Thames Valley police – enjoyed good-natured banter with the activists as they queued to enter the protest area.

Alex Jones addresses the Bilderberg protesters.
During his hour-long discussion Jones accused the Bilderberg group of trying to “shut off society” and planning to reduce global population by 80 per cent.

He ended his speech by encouraging the crowd to chant “Bilderberg is fallen” and “humanity is rising” towards The Grove hotel where the meeting is taking place.
Inside the hotel, figures including Prime Minister David Cameron, chancellor George Osborne, Google CEO Eric Schmidt and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger are meeting to discuss a variety of topics in secret.
Delegates are expected to depart the hotel tomorrow morning.
Bill Gates was at Bilderberg meeting yesterday......

here's one that was not on the list of BILDERBERG 2013. 

But some claim to have pics of him driving into the meeting in a limousine.

He just happens to be speaking in London today, on an area of policy that the BILDERBERGERS were rumoured to be discussing yesterday.  The issue of 'foreign aid' by the UK and others.

Why don't people like Gates give more of THEIR wealth, if they feel so passionate about it ?

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Friday, June 07, 2013


Prime Minister David Cameron to get his orders at the Bilderberg meeting


David Cameron to attend Bilderberg group meeting

Downing Street defends visit to secretive group, where prime minister will not be accompanied by civil servants

Bilderberg at Grove hotel
Police outside the Grove hotel where the Bilderberg group is meeting. 

David Cameron is to attend the secretive Bilderberg group at the luxury Grove hotel in Watford on Friday evening, in a move that is likely to raise questions about his pledge to lead Britain's most transparent government.
Downing Street said it was acting in an open manner by publicising the prime minister's attendance in advance.

The PM's spokesman, who said heads of government of countries hosting the annual Bilderberg meeting were usually invited to attend, said it would be a private event and that civil servants were not expected to attend.

No 10 is to clarify the position because ministers are usually expected to be accompanied by civil service note-takers when they meet business leaders. Henri de Castries, the chairman and CEO of the AXA Group, is the Bilderberg chairman.
The PM's spokesman said: "He will participate in a discussion around domestic and global economic issues. He feels it is an opportunity to discuss economic issues with senior ministers, businesspeople and academics."

Downing Street said that it would not publicise any details of the prime minister's meetings. "It is a private meeting so we are not going to go into any further details," the spokesman said.
"On a wider point the prime minister has always been clear about the importance of transparency which is why this government has taken a number of steps in terms of publishing more data, more information about meetings."

The ministerial code, published by the government in September 2010, said that "external meetings" held by ministers would be published on a quarterly basis. It says: "Ministers meet many people and organisations and consider a wide range of views as part of the formulation of government policy. Departments will publish, at least quarterly, details of ministers' external meetings."

Cameron and Nick Clegg pledged when they formed the coalition to lead the most transparent government to date. The coalition agreement said: "The government believes that we need to throw open the doors of public bodies, to enable the public to hold politicians and public bodies to account."
No 10 said it did not believe that civil servants would accompany the prime minister. Asked whether he would be accompanied by officials, the PM's spokesman said: "I am not aware of any officials going. But I am happy to double check."

Cameron's attendance at the meeting brings to three the number of British ministers who will attend this year's Bilderberg group summit. George Osborne is attending and Kenneth Clarke, the former chancellor, is a member of the group's steering committee.

The Bilderberg group says the costs of the annual meeting are the responsibility of the steering group, whose members include the former Barclays chairman Marcus Agius, the CEO of the defence manufacturer EADS, Thomas Enders, and the Goldman Sachs chairman, Peter Sutherland.
The group says: "There is no detailed agenda, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued." 
Sex scandal at 10 Downing Street - 
what happened ?

Last weekend, much of the 'mass media' especially the DAILY MAIL  cried out about a sex scandal that has engulfed Number 10. 

Hell, even 'poshboy'
and jewish zionist Prime Minister David Cameron returned from his holiday on Ibiza.

The media seems to have covered this story up. They know the the general public have an attention span of a goldfish.

However, more and more are now waking up.  Have a look at the comments sections in newspapers online about the BILDERBERGERS . The Bilderbergers are hated by the British public.

Thursday, June 06, 2013

Latest from the Bilderberg site near Watford...............

... And  The People Gathered To Say ENOUGH

'At today's meeting police played down reports that the number of protesters converging on Watford could be in the hundreds or thousands.
Chief Inspector Rhodes said reports from the constabulary's US counterparts at Fairfax County Police, who had overseen last year's Bilderberg protest in Chantilly, Virginia, indicated fewer than 100 protesters had come from outside the area.
He said most demonstrators appeared to have come locally and been motivated by an anti-cut and anti-austerity agenda.'
Oh really? What do you think?
Is he right? Or is he in for the shock of his life?

* Central London to Watford by car 41 minutes. Greater London population - 8 million
* West Midlands to Watford by car: 1 hour 30 minutes. West Midlands population - 2.5 million
* East Midlands to Watford by car: 1 hour 53 minutes. East Midlands population - 4.5 million
* North West to Watford by car: 3 hours. North West population - 7.1 million
All journeys are quicker by train.
First and foremost we’d like to say a big warm THANK YOU to all you amazing peeps for patiently waiting for camping information. As you can imagine, trying to pull this event off in a few weeks whilst jumping through bureaucratic hoops and juggling multiple Bilderballs has been no mean feat.
Anyway, without further ado we are pleased to announce our camping details!!
The camp site, Phasels Wood is 5-10 mins drive away on Hemel Hempstead road at private scout campsite. Taxi
info below.
We have a whole field to ourselves complete with showers, toilets, and running water. You are sure to meet many like-minded people around the lovely campfire!
No residents nearby so noise not a problem. Accoustic music is fine. Police will be at the entrance as necessary CRB holders because of scout issue. No searches will be done.
The cost is £5 pounds per person day collected on entry. Gates open midday Thursday close midday Monday.
A music curfew at 11pm is encouraged.  There are no shops nearby so please make sure you have food and drink for as long as you plan to stay.
Please note! This is a private scout campsite and a charity, so by law they are not allowed to openly have any political affiliation, so they have kindly asked for people not to display protest signs on site. People are urged to be considerate of the site and ensure that all rubbish is put in the bins provided or taken home. Leave no trace!
There will also be a few police on duty at the entrance as CRB certificate holders are needed to be present for the safety of the scouts camping in a field nearby. However there are not going to be any searches and the police stress they aren’t there to stop any fun, just be on hand in case of trouble and provide a first aid point. They seem very cool and relaxed to us and are looking forward to the festival!
Phasels Wood Activity Centre is 3 miles from Junction 20 of the M25 towards Hemel Hempstead on the A41. The entrance is in the second lay-by from the M25 roundabout. There is a sign just before the lay-by: ‘Scout Camp access via lay-by’. There is no postal address or postcode for the main entrance, so to find the site you will need to follow the above directions. nearest train station is Apsley – please ensure that any taxi arrives or departs via the A41 entrance using the directions above.
Phasels Wood Activity Centre, Rucklers Lane, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire WD4 9NA ‎ 01442 252851 ‎
For those of us without Bentleys and helicopters, theres’ the very friendly A2B taxi service running 24/7 in Watford. They have kindly offered us competitive flat rates for our favourite routes. Call 01923 711 211 and quote ‘Bilderberg Fringe Fare’.
  • Taxis between The Grove and Phasels Wood Campsite are £10 (4 seater); £15 (6 seater); £22 (8 seater). With full car shares, that’s no more than £3 per person!
  • Taxis between after-parties (Kings Lodge Hotel’s pubs) and Phasels Wood Campsite are £6 (4 seater), £8 (6 seater), or £15 (8 seater). No more than £2 per person with a full car!
We hope this helps.

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