Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Hungary: US Wants to Fill Europe With Muslim Migrants

President Barack Obama and the United States favor illegal migration in Europe because they want to fill it up with Muslims, the chief of staff of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Thursday.
Janos Lazar also described Hungarian-born American financier George Soros as a standard-bearer for Obama's immigration policies for Europe and said "certain American groups" want Europe to be "diluted ... so Europe and America can cooperate without restraint."
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said he was unaware of Lazar's comments, but added: "I'm not sure they're worthy of a response."
Lazar called Soros a patron of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, the current U.S. presidential candidate, and a Democratic Party supporter who was "ready to step up" against Orban.
"Not so long ago while visiting Europe, President Obama clearly spoke out in favor of the importance of migration, settlement and even the forced settlement (of migrants)," Lazar said at a news conference. Obama and America "are following a very strong pro-migration, pro-illegal migration policy in the interests of having as many Muslims as possible in Europe."
Orban has said that he wants no immigration from outside Europe and that Hungary will solve its demographic problems and dwindling workforce with policies like higher subsidies for families with children.
Hungary late last year built fences on its borders with Serbia and Croatia after nearly 400,000 migrants passed through the country on their way to Germany and other western European destinations.
"Our conviction is that the borders of Europe have to be defended," Lazar said. "If the countries of Europe need immigration, it can be possible only in a limited, controlled manner."
The government is also sponsoring a referendum expected to be held by October against a plan by the European Union to resettle refugees in Italy and Greece to other countries in the bloc.
Obama and the Clintons have criticized Orban for his perceived authoritarianism and efforts to crack down on civic groups like those advocating for Roma or gay rights. Orban considers some of these groups "paid foreign activists."
Since returning to power in 2010, Orban has also faced frequent criticism from the U.S. and the European Union for eroding democratic checks and balances, striving to build an "illiberal democracy" and using state funds to build up pro-government media. Hungary's migrant policies, including anti-migrant billboards, curtailed social benefits for asylum-seekers and repeated remarks equating migration with terrorism, have been denounced by the United Nations' refugee agency.

Monday, May 30, 2016

Dear God ! Have a look at this.......................

A United States of Europe ( the EC) eliminating 'racial hatred'  and eliminating 'economic rivalry'. And there is that name of Coudenhove - Kalergi .

Here is the evidence of 'their' planning what we have today.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

The Armed Forces veterans community are almost entirely voting OUT !

Monday, May 23, 2016

Austria's far right claim presidential election was RIGGED after their gun-toting anti-immigration candidate is narrowly beaten on postal votes 

  • Initial results showed the presidential election run-off was neck and neck
  • Independent candidate Alexander Van der Bellen has 'emerged as winner'
  • Norbert Hofer, from the Freedom Party, is said to have conceded defeat
  • But his party's supporters immediately said the result was a fix 
  • Hofer had 49.7 per cent of the vote to Van der Bellen's 50.3 per cent

Austria's far right last night claimed the country’s presidential election was rigged after their anti-immigration candidate was narrowly beaten in the knife-edge poll.
Norbert Hofer was on course to become Europe's first far-Right leader since the Second World War and was ahead by a narrow margin as votes were counted on Sunday night.
But yesterday it was declared he had missed out by just 31,000 votes among the 4.64million cast after a record 700,000 postal ballots were added in.
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Austria's Far-Right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer (centre) has conceded defeat in his election bid to become the EU's first anti-immigrant leader 
Austria's Far-Right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer (centre) has conceded defeat in his election bid to become the EU's first anti-immigrant leader 
Alexander Van der Bellen waves after delivering a statement following the Austrian presidential elections run-off, outside the Palais Schoenburg, in Vienna,
Alexander Van der Bellen waves after delivering a statement following the Austrian presidential elections run-off, outside the Palais Schoenburg, in Vienna,
Supporters of the controversial Freedom Party candidate, who has ridden to prominence on a wave of public anger over immigration, immediately denounced the result as a fix.
Mr Hofer, who won 49.7 per cent of the vote, lost out to Alexander Van der Bellen, a pro-EU independent backed by the Greens, who secured a paper-thin victory with 50.3 per cent support.
Despite Mr Hofer’s loss, the close result is a rude wake-up call for the continent’s established parties.
In a message posted on Facebook, Mr Hofer expressed his disappointment but described it as a step forward ahead of the country’s parliamentary elections in 2018 that opinion polls regularly suggest his part could win.
‘Of course I am sad,’ the 45-year-old wrote to supporters, but added: ‘Please don't be disheartened. The effort in this election campaign is not wasted, but is an investment for the future.
'I would have liked to take care of our wonderful country for you as president,' he added. 
Concerns over immigration have become a major issue in the country of just 8.6million people that received 90,000 asylum seekers last year and is expecting a further 75,000 this year.
Mr Hofer, who often carries a Glock pistol for 'protection', used his last pre-election gathering to deliver a message with anti-Muslim overtones.
At his swearing-in as Freedom Party candidate, he wore a cornflower in his lapel, which was a Nazi symbol in the 1930s.
Supporters of presidential candidate Alexander Van der Bellen hugged as they awaited official confirmation of the results
The Austrian Interior Ministry said this afternoon that Hofer received 49.7 per cent of the vote while Van der Bellen received 50.3 per cent. Van der Bellen supporters are pictured celebrating
The Austrian Interior Ministry said this afternoon that Hofer received 49.7 per cent of the vote while Van der Bellen received 50.3 per cent. Van der Bellen supporters are pictured celebrating
Most observers had thought that Mr Van der Bellen, 72, would fail to beat his polished younger rival after lagging 14 points behind him in the first round of voting on April 24.
‘But in the last 14 days, there has been such a momentum among voters... (across) all sections of society,’ Mr Van der Bellen said after polls for the second round run-off closed on Sunday.
Mr Hofer toned down his party’s election message to win voters across the spectrum disillusioned with the mainstream parties in the current government that have dominated national politics since 1945.
Coalition partners, the Social Democrats and the centre-right People's Party suffered a historic debacle in the first round when they were knocked out with 11 percent each. The shock defeat prompted chancellor Werner Faymann to quit.
The vote in Austria has unsettled leaders elsewhere in Europe, particularly in neighbouring Germany where the new anti-immigration Alternative for Germany is on the rise. 
French Prime Minister Manual Valls on Monday voiced 'relief' over the razor-thin victory.
Mr Van der Bellen, left, and Mr Hofer, right, were pictured shaking hands as the polls showed they were level
Mr Van der Bellen, left, and Mr Hofer, right, were pictured shaking hands as the polls showed they were level
'Relief to see the Austrians reject populism and extremism,' Valls tweeted about the result from Sunday's cliff-hanger vote. 'Everyone in Europe should learn from this.' 
In France, the National Front of Marine Le Pen is leading in polls ahead of a presidential election next year.
In the first round on April 24, the candidates of the Social Democrats (SPOe) and their centre-right coalition partners People's Party (OeVP), came a disastrous fourth and fifth with just 11 percent of the vote. 
That meant that for the first time since 1945, these parties, which have long dominated politics in one of the EU's most stable democracies, had to watch the second round from the sidelines.
This was also the final straw for Werner Faymann of the SPOe, who quit as chancellor on May 9.
His successor, railways boss Christian Kern, was appointed last week, with two years to win voters back from the arms of the far-right before the next scheduled general election.   
He said the work of his supporters during the election is 'not lost but an investment in the future'.   
Mr Hofer, right, was slightly ahead of his rival in the polls but Van der Bellen has emerged as the winner
Mr Hofer, right, was slightly ahead of his rival in the polls but Van der Bellen has emerged as the winner
Greens Party politician Alexander Van der Bellen, front, second right, ran as an independent candidate
Greens Party politician Alexander Van der Bellen, front, second right, ran as an independent candidate
Experts had suggested the postal votes could favour Mr Hofer today as they were more likely to be cast by older people who are more Right-wing.
A huge influx of asylum-seekers, rising unemployment and frozen reforms has driven voters away from the two centrist parties that have dominated Austrian politics since 1945.


Fans affectionally call him 'the professor' or 'Sascha', a diminutive of Alexander in reference to his Russian roots, while his critics decry him as a haughty 'green dictator'.
Instead of healing Austria's political rift, Alexander Van der Bellen has proved as divisive a figure in the country's nailbiting presidential race as his far-right rival.
Despite backing from the nation's most illustrous personalities including Chancellor Christian Kern, the ex-Green party leader struggled to convince many conservative voters, who accused him of pandering to the left.
Instead of healing Austria's political rift, Alexander Van der Bellen (pictured) has proved as divisive a figure in the country's nailbiting presidential race as his far-right rival
Instead of healing Austria's political rift, Alexander Van der Bellen (pictured) has proved as divisive a figure in the country's nailbiting presidential race as his far-right rival
But he managed to beat the odds to pip Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party (FPOe) by a paper-thin margin of just 31,000 votes.
'He's the lesser evil of the two,' was a commonly heard phrase at polling stations in Vienna, and Van der Bellen even used this pitch to undecided Austrians.
'I ask all those who don't like me but perhaps like Hofer even less to vote for me,' he had pleaded ahead of Sunday's runoff.
'Otherwise we run the risk of not recognising Austria if Norbert Hofer becomes president.'
At 72, the grey-haired economics professor often cut a somewhat dishevelled and tired-looking figure next to the FPOe's gun-enthusiast Hofer, 45, who walks with a cane after a paragliding accident.
But first impressions can be misleading.
Van der Bellen's decade-long career as leader of the Greens Party until 2008 has turned him into an agile and at times aggressive opponent in debates.
'I don't want that Austria becomes the first country in western Europe led by a populist right-wing, pan-Germanic fraternity member,' he told voters.
He also vowed to not swear in Strache as chancellor if the FPOe, currently ahead in polls, wins the next general election scheduled for 2018.
The remark prompted Hofer to call him a 'fascist green dictator'.
Increasingly sharp exchanges between the two men often degenerated into political mud-slinging, highlighting their glaring differences over issues like the migrant crisis.
Fans affectionally call him 'the professor' or 'Sascha', a diminutive of Alexander in reference to his Russian roots, while his critics decry him as a haughty 'green dictator'
Fans affectionally call him 'the professor' or 'Sascha', a diminutive of Alexander in reference to his Russian roots, while his critics decry him as a haughty 'green dictator'
Van der Bellen revealed he himself was a 'child of refugees who has received a lot from Austria'.
He was born on January 18, 1944 in Vienna to an aristocratic Russian father and an Estonian mother who had fled Stalinism.
The arrival of the Red Army a year later forced the family to escape to the southern state of Tyrol, where Van der Bellen spent an 'idyllic childhood'.
He studied economics at the University of Innsbruck and finished his PhD in 1970 before going to to become dean of economics at the University of Vienna two decades later.
Van der Bellen's professorial manner has become a familiar feature, often riling Hofer.
'I'm talking about Europe: E-U-R-O-P-E. Never heard of it?' Van der Bellen taunted his opponent during a TV duel.
'My God, the schoolmasterliness, Herr Doctor Van der Bellen,' an agitated Hofer shot back.
Adversaries have also accused Van der Bellen of being a 'turncoat' because he was a member of the Social Democrats before joining the Greens in the early 1990s and eventually becoming their president.
Under his leadership, the party went on to achieve record results, but he quit after the 2008 election when the Greens lost votes for the first time in almost 10 years.
As Austrian president, he dreams of a fence-free 'United States of Europe', which defends the rights of minority groups.
An outspoken supporter of gay marriage, the divorced and recently remarried father-of-two garnered signatures from more than 4,000 public figures in the course of his presidential campaign.
This prompted a seemingly unimpressed Hofer to attack his rival for being too highbrow: 'You have the glitterati, but I have the people,' he snapped.
In his private life, Van der Bellen admits to two weaknesses: Donald Duck comics and cigarettes.
'I once quit for four months... but why should I torture myself at my age!', he said. 
Presidential candidates backed by the Social Democratic Party and People's Party were eliminated in last month's round, marking the first time neither were to be president since the end of the war.
His popularity reflected deep disillusionment with the political status quo and their approach to the migrant crisis and other issues. 
Both men drew clear lines between themselves and their rival as they went into Sunday's race.
At his final rally Friday, Van der Bellen, pictured, said he was for 'an open, Europe-friendly, Europe-conscious Austria'
At his final rally Friday, Van der Bellen, pictured, said he was for 'an open, Europe-friendly, Europe-conscious Austria'
He added today that he was 'pro-European' but 'had doubts' whether Mr Hofer was of the same opinion
He added today that he was 'pro-European' but 'had doubts' whether Mr Hofer was of the same opinion
The pair are neck and neck in the polls with the result expected Monday
Postal votes will decide who becomes the new Austrian president
The pair, left and right,  faced an agonising wait until today when the remaining postal votes were counted
At his final rally Friday, Van der Bellen said he was for 'an open, Europe-friendly, Europe-conscious Austria'.
Asked as he arrived to vote today what differentiated him from Hofer, Van der Bellen said: 'I think I'm pro-European and there are some doubts as far as Mr Hofer is concerned.'
Hofer, in turn, used his last pre-election gathering to deliver a message with anti-Muslim overtones.
'To those in Austria who go to war for the Islamic State or rape women - I say to those people: 'This is not your home',' he told a cheering crowd.


He has been described as the new golden boy of Austria's far fight.
Norbert Hofer is a smooth-talking gun enthusiast who sent shock waves through the political establishment by defying polls and shooting to the top of the first round of a presidential ballot earlier this year.
Described as the 'friendly face' of the far-right Freedom Party (FPOe), the 45-year-old caught everyone by surprise, not least the country's centrist parties whose candidates failed to even make it into the run-off over the weekend.
Many voters disgruntled with the ruling coalition, made up of the Social Democrats (SPOe) and conservative People's Party (OeVP), flocked to Hofer and his promise of 'putting Austria first'.
Well-dressed and soft-spoken, the self-proclaimed Margaret Thatcher fan pushed traditional FPOe themes like anti-immigration with a smile, using more moderate rhetoric than party leader Heinz-Christian Strache.
'Hofer could set a new trend for the FPOe by being so unbelievably moderate in his tone and coming across as so nice in public appearances... It fits into the FPOe's strategy to target the middle ground of the electorate,' political expert Thomas Hofer told AFP.
The father-of-four carries a Glock pistol under his suits and likes to post pictures of himself on social media at shooting ranges
The father-of-four carries a Glock pistol under his suits and likes to post pictures of himself on social media at shooting ranges
Hofer's polished campaign, based on the slogan 'Unspoilt, honest, good', proved a hit with the masses, earning him a whopping 35 percent in the vote's first round - the FPOe best-ever result at federal level since 1945.
The ex-deputy parliamentary speaker at first refused to join the race because he felt 'too young'.
The FPOe's new star often walks with a cane after a paraglide accident - something Hofer highlighted during his campaign as a sign of his sheer determination and will.
'He always gives 100 percent. Already as a child, he wanted to do everything right,' his mother Gertraud told Austrian media.
The trained aeronautical engineer has had a slow but steady climb to the top of the FPOe leadership the past two decades.
Born on March 2, 1970 into a middle-class family, Hofer grew up as the son of a local OeVP councillor in Burgenland, the country's least prosperous state close to the Hungarian border.
After a short stint working for the now-defunct Lauda Air airline, Hofer joined the FPOe's Burgenland branch in 1994 and became party secretary two years later.
Moving up through the ranks, he later became a close advisor to Strache who took over the party reigns from the charismatic Joerg Haider in 2005.
Under the new leadership, the party initially grew more extremist and re-introduced racist slogans.
Norbert Hofer (pictured casting his vote) has lost his bid to become the first Far Right candidate to be elected head of state on the Continent since the defeat of the Nazis
Norbert Hofer (pictured casting his vote) has lost his bid to become the first Far Right candidate to be elected head of state on the Continent since the defeat of the Nazis
When this failed to translate into votes, Hofer, along with FPOe Secretary General Herbert Kickl, advised Strache to adopt a more moderate course and focus on social welfare and purchasing power, to steal support from the traditional parties as the economic crisis hit.
The move paid off, with the FPOe now consistently scoring more than 30 per cent in polls ahead of the next scheduled general election in 2018.
But despite his amiable appearance, Hofer is a true-blue member of the far-right who has repeatedly reminded the electorate that he defended 'Freedom party interests'.
'Islam has no place in Austria,' he warned voters, while also threatening to fire the government if it failed to get tougher on migrants.
The Oesterreich tabloid described him as 'a kind, nice protest politician who wraps the FPOe's brutal declarations against refugees in soft language'.
An avid social media user, his Instagram account shows the father-of-four - who has admitted to occasionally carrying a Glock gun in public - at a shooting range with his children.
'I just love to shoot,' he declared in a recent interview, adding that he understood the rising trend of gun owners in Austria 'given the current uncertainties'.
His fans include Austrian extreme sports daredevil Felix Baumgartner who hailed Hofer's young age, saying he 'was the only one able to represent Austria appropriately'.
Gun enthusiast Hofer, who was left partially disabled after a paragliding accident, has denied that he posed a risk as president.
'I am not a dangerous person,' he told reporters Sunday after voting in his home town of Pinkafeld, in the eastern Burgenland state. 
The elections are reverberating beyond Austria's borders, with Hofer's popularity viewed by European parties of all political stripes as evidence of a further advance of populist Eurosceptic parties at the expense of the establishment.
In Austria, they would upend decades of business-as-usual politics, with both men serving notice they are not satisfied with the ceremonial role most predecessors have settled for.
Van der Bellen says he would not swear in a Freedom Party chancellor even if that party wins the next elections, scheduled within the next two years.
Hofer threatened to dismiss Austria's government coalition of the Social Democrats and the People's Party if it failed to heed his repeated admonitions to do a better job - and cast himself as the final arbiter of how the government is performing.
Political isolation for Austria may have been in the offing in the event of him winning. Hofer is unlikely to have been welcomed in most European capitals as governments there try to keep their populist Eurosceptic parties in check. 
It would not have been been a first for Austria. President Kurt Waldheim, who was backed by the centrist People's Party, was boycotted internationally decades ago after revelations that he served in a German unit linked to atrocities in the Second World War. 
Ahead of the vote, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned 'there will be no debate or dialogue with the far-right'.
He is also known for wearing a controversial blue cornflower on his suits (pictured). Adopted by his Freedom Party, Nazis also used to wear it to recognize each other when their party was banned in the 1930s
He is also known for wearing a controversial blue cornflower on his suits (pictured). Adopted by his Freedom Party, Nazis also used to wear it to recognize each other when their party was banned in the 1930s
No single country in Europe has elected a Far Right leader since the Second World War - a reminder of Europe's bloody history at the hands of facism
No single country in Europe has elected a Far Right leader since the Second World War - a reminder of Europe's bloody history at the hands of facism
Back in 2000, more than 150,000 people marched in the Austrian capital against the FPOe - then led by the late, SS-admiring Joerg Haider - after it entered a much-maligned coalition with the centre-right.
This also led to international isolation and turned Austria into an EU pariah.
But times have changed, with eurosceptic and populist parties now posing a serious threat to traditional centrist governments.
In Austria - the receiver of some 90,000 asylum requests last year - the main parties have been haemorrhaging support to the FPOe, which consistently scores more than 30 percent in opinion polls.
The demise means the Social Democrats (SPOe) and centre-right People's Party (OeVP) could fall short of being able to re-form their 'grand coalition' at the next scheduled election in 2018.
In the last vote three years ago, they only just managed to secure a majority.
Although former Green Party leader Van der Bellen enjoyed backing from many public figures including new Chancellor Christian Kern, he has been a divisive figure, with conservative Austrians accusing him of pandering to the left.
'It's a choice between pest and cholera. Whoever wins, I will wake up on Monday to somebody whom I don't want to represent Austria,' said a mother-of-two in her thirties, refusing to give her name, after she cast her vote in Vienna. 

And we all now know what sort of leverage the 'globalists' had over Heath don't we ?

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Facebook suppressing anti-immigration news — Zuckerberg latest in long line of pro-immigration Jewish leaders

Commentary by Dr. Patrick Slattery — This article is from Breitbart, a Jewish-owned and run “conservative” website. They complain that news items that back their conservative viewpoint are filtered out from Facebook’s “trending” section. Former Facebook employees have confirmed that editorial decisions do in fact bias what’s trending. Facebook, for its part, has long claimed that trending stories are determined by an algorithm that, among other things, takes into account member’s interests. To me, the real issue is not that Facebook has a liberal or pro-immigration bias, it is that Facebook is keeping tabs on its member’s political views.

Exclusive — Immigration Hawks: Facebook Engaging in Deliberate Suppression of Our Content

In the past week, there has been much discussion about the allegation that Facebook is censoring its “trending” news stories based on political ideology. However, advocates for curbing immigration into the United States say that this is just the tip of the iceberg.

The advocates claim that Facebook suppresses users who promote material which could undermine Facebook’s lobbying efforts for expanding the admission of foreign labor. They say that Facebook has ceased to be an impartial communications facilitator, but is now a “political combatant.”
The allegations raise difficult questions about the new media landscape, where multinational, multi-billion dollar corporations simultaneously exert extraordinary control over people’s access to information and perception of world events, while at the same time lobbying for controversial changes to federal law that would expand their profits at the expense of the very people who use their service.
“Facebook is intentionally suppressing our traffic and hiding our stories in people’s newsfeeds,” said Patty McMurray, co-founder of the group 100% Fed Up. “[The censorship] has everything to do with immigration,” McMurray said. “When we started covering immigration and began promoting reports from the Refugee Resettlement Watch, all of a sudden our [Facebook] engagement dropped even though our followers were growing by the day. We couldn’t figure out why our page was crashing and burning.”
“Facebook’s usual mode of operation is to sandbag the communications of immigration reduction groups in a way that we can’t [immediately] detect,” said William Gheen, founder of the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) grassroots organization. “You can’t defend yourself against censorship if you’re not even aware of its taking place,” he said.
In August, Facebook banned four reports demonstrating the impact mass migration has had on American jobs and wages. The reports, which were based on federal data, were authored by the nonpartisan Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). “[It’s] disturbing that Facebook, owned by immigration-expansionist Mark Zuckerberg, has banned four reports published by the Center for Immigration Studies pertaining to jobs and immigration,” CIS wrote at the time.
When reporters investigated the censorship, Facebook officials claimed the ban was “an error” and promised to lift it. But the nonpartisan research group remained skeptical about those claims. “Facebook has still not responded directly to the Center for Immigration Studies as to why four of our job studies were marked ‘abusive’ and blocked. They did, however, advise media outlets there was an error in their system,” Marguerite Telford, a spokesperson for CIS, told Breitbart.
“It is interesting that of the many reports published by the Center, only the reports relating to immigration’s impact on the U.S. job market were blocked by Facebook,” the CIS spokesman said. “The government data showed that American workers are clearly impacted by high levels of immigration– information imperative to the immigration policy debate.”
“Every time I threaten to take legal action [against Facebook’s censorship], I get the same response: ‘Glitch. Mistake. Sorry.’” said anti-amnesty filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch. “It is total censorship, and there is no question it is an effort by those at Facebook who want to muffle the sounds of people like myself,” Lynch said. “It’s a total cover up.”
While there is no evidence that the alleged censorship campaign is directed by the company’s executives, the suppressed advocates of immigration enforcement believe that Facebook—which has repeatedly pushed for increased immigration—has fostered a company culture in which this campaign to silence speech that undermines its lobbying efforts has been able to flourish.
Facebook’s billionaire founder Mark Zuckerberg is fronting a Silicon Valley lobbying coalition called FWD.us, which is pushing Congress to boost the current influx of lower-wage guest workers. His group’s leadership includes many investors, plus CEOs from Microsoft, Google, and other tech companies, all of whom could stand to profit from an influx of cheaper foreign labor.
However, the push for expanded immigration has been torpedoed by the American public, most notably in 2007 and 2014.
Patty McMurray says that since her group began covering immigration on its Facebook page, her group’s engagement numbers dropped by around 93 percent — even as her group continued to gain more followers.
“We were seeing engagement levels of 27-32 million people,” she said. “We had 150,000 Facebook followers who were very active [and] if we posted something on our page, within an hour it would have 10,000 shares,” she said. “Now we have more followers than ever before — over 400,000 — but now we’re lucky if we can get an engagement level of 2 million people.”
“We routinely get complaints and messages from our followers asking us what happened and why they don’t see our content in their newsfeed anymore,” McMurray said.

Reports note that some of Facebook’s censorship is enacted by the company’s unseen array of content-monitoring employees.
Facebook officials say little about its extensive monitoring effort.
When Breitbart News reached out to Facebook, a representative from Facebook acknowledged Breitbart’s request. However, after multiple efforts to obtain comment from the company regarding its content monitoring, Facebook did not answer any of Breitbart’s questions. In the past, Facebook has “declined to discuss specifics” about the monitoring when confronted by Wired Magazine, the New York Times and The Telegraph.
But previous investigative reports have addressed the company’s network of content monitors.
In 2012, Gawker reported that Facebook used a third party contractor with a “team of about 50 people from all over the third world—Mexico, Turkey, India and the Philippines— [who] work to moderate Facebook content.”
The use of foreign monitors spilled out into the open when one of those monitors, a Moroccan worker who was paid $1 an hour, publicly accused Facebook of “exploiting the third world.”
These outsourced monitors “allow large tech companies to save money,” said Howard University’s Ron Hira. “These are jobs Americans definitely would do, but can’t do if they have to compete with a global labor pool that is able to work for $1 an hour,” Hira said. Americans “can’t afford to be paid that low of a wage… these outsourcing companies create a race to the bottom for American workers.”
William Gheen says he believes these foreign monitors have a shared interest with Facebook’s billionaire founder in suppressing U.S. advocacy against Zuckerberg’s push for greater immigration.
Yet more broadly, the activists say that Facebook suppresses their groups in multiple ways: such as unsubscribing followers, hiding the groups’ content from their followers’ newsfeeds, deleting posts, and suspending the advocates’ ability to post on their own Facebook pages.
For example, in the course of a single day anti-amnesty filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch saw Facebook’s monitors forcibly unsubscribe 4,000 Facebook users who had liked and followed the advocate’s Facebook page.
The “Likes” were allegedly removed because they represented followers who had died or were no longer active, Lynch told Breitbart. However, Lynch says that could not be true because the deleted followers included “many of my personal friends, who actively seek out my content on a daily basis.”
When Lynch threatened legal action following the deletion of his 4,000 followers, Facebook — in what Lynch described as an admission of guilt — returned the followers to his page.
Lynch said that one sales rep told him, “I have never seen any business account treated like yours. I have never seen ‘Likes’ be taken away and after a complaint they go back. I can’t believe how many times they’ve done this to you.”
Facebook also sometimes blocks the advocates from using the social network’s advertising channels. For instance, Facebook allegedly denied Lynch’s request for an ad to promote a post that illustrated how mass immigration has created pockets of radicalized communities, such as in Dearborn, Michigan.
McMurray says she was suspended from posting on her Facebook group’s page for a whole month because another Facebook user published a post on her group’s page. The outside post was critical of unassimilated Muslim migrants who push for the implementation of Sharia law in Western countries.
Locking advocates out of their accounts is another method Facebook employs to suppress speech, advocates claim. Since the Senate prepared to vote on its immigration expansion bill in “June of 2013, I have been locked out of my account at least half a dozen times,” said activist James Neighbors, who founded the grassroots organization Overpasses For America.
“In fact, when I was trying to organize a rally against Obama’s lawless 2014 executive amnesty, I was locked out of my account for three weeks prior to the protest,” he said. “I have no doubt it was intentional– every time I try to hold a big event, I get locked out of my accounts,” Neighbors said.
Advocates say Facebook sabotages their use of normal Facebook features.
Gheen, McMurray and Lynch all advertise with Facebook and have been given U.S.-based sales reps that are supposed to help them with any problems.
McMurray’s sales rep told her that her Facebook page was strangely lacking “a core feature” that allowed her group’s content from appearing in her followers’ news feeds. This admission was captured in an email obtained by Breitbart. McMurray’s sales rep told her that, “being as [your Facebook] page does not have the feature and it is a core feature to the page” it will require “some technical assistance on this issue… this could be a very extensive issue.”
McMurray Email Screen shot
Yet when McMurray followed up, Facebook’s help-desk told her it was not necessary that the feature be fixed, and refused to restore this core function to her group’s Facebook page.
The advocates have also been hit by a deluge of hateful messages and threats of violence by Facebook users who oppose their political views. However, when the advocates report this behavior, Facebook dismisses their concerns.
“Last July when we were trying to organize a rally to protest unlawful amnesty, our event page came under fierce attack from trolls using overtly fake names, which according to Facebook’s own terms and services is not allowed,” Gheen told Breitbart.
“The trolls attacked anyone trying to join the event,” he said. “Threats of violence, gross defamation, accusations of bestiality, and other pornographic assaults were hurled onto our Facebook followers… [the trolls] even tracked down information about the attendees and posted their home addresses on the web,” he said.
“We reported these attacks over and over again to Facebook monitors, explaining that they had multiple violations for Facebook term’s and services [but] Facebook responded by asserting that these trolls did not violate terms and services,” he said. “Facebook monitors let them continue the attack. We were defenseless. Many of our followers who wanted to attend [our event], wound up not doing so because of these attacks.”
Advocating against Facebook’s desired increases in cheap labor “has brought its fair share of death threats [from Facebook users] and has put a target on my back,” Neighbors said.
“I always report them to Facebook, but the monitors never do anything,” he said.
“Someone literally threatened to shoot me in a Facebook post, and when I reported it to the Facebook, the monitors said that the post didn’t violate their terms and services,” Neighbors said.
Facebook users “have threatened to shoot me, to cut off my head, etc.– name a way that you can kill someone, and it’s probably been communicated to me [via Facebook]. Some of them I have turned into the FBI and the threats have been investigated by the Fed, but never by Facebook,” said Neighbors.
“An organization such as Facebook, which has become a major international avenue for facilitating communications among a huge and growing number of individuals, acts at its peril if and when it takes on the job of policing what attitudes and opinions are uttered over its communications facilities,” said Harvey Silverglate, civil liberties litigator and co-founder of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).
“There is a blurry but vital distinction between policing abuses of one’s communications network, and censorship of unpopular (in the eyes of the censor, at least) ideas,” Silverglate told Breitbart.
“At some point,” Silverglate declared, “every private company like Facebook has to make a decision as to whether it is in the communications business, or is instead a warrior in the ideological conflicts raging in our nation and the world.”
“Facebook engages in a type of sandbagging against immigration reductionists where they manipulate their audience,” Gheen said. “The public doesn’t know it’s being manipulated [and] it is very clear that Facebook understands its power and is using its power to influence political and social movements.”
“Facebook is a political combatant,” Gheen added.
In 2015, Zuckerberg threw his support behind an immigration bill known as the Immigration Innovation Act, which would have allowed for a virtually unlimited expansion of Muslim migration. Rutgers University Professor Hal Salzman has also explained that the Zuckerberg-backed bill would flood the labor market with enough foreign workers that employers could fill at least 100 percent of their entry-level tech hires with foreign workers instead of American workers.
In the past, Zuckerberg’s lobbying firm has sought to influence conservative voters who oppose Zuckerberg’s immigration agenda. For instance, in 2013 an affiliate of Zuckerberg’s decidedly pro-amnesty lobbying group ran an ad defending Paul Ryan and claiming that Ryan opposes “amnesty.” Politico reported that “the spot from the FWD.us affiliate begins with a picture of Ryan and says, ‘Amnesty? Not a chance,’ and goes on to say the House budget chairman is looking at a ‘conservative solution’ to the issue of immigration.” Zuckerberg’s pro-amnesty group spent $350,000 on the ad-buy to convince conservative voters that Ryan does not support amnesty. Ryan, who supports giving citizenship to illegal immigrants, has a two-decade long history of pushing for open borders immigration policies.
The number of immigrants in the U.S. is currently at a record high of 42.4 million. Nearly 1 in 7 U.S. residents was born in a foreign country. In seven years time, the foreign born share of the U.S. population will reach an all-time high. Silicon Valley has celebrated the prospect of this new American century brought to bear by decades of record-high green card issuances. In fact, Google has launched a program called Code2040— whose name, USA Today writes, “refers to the year the population of minorities in the U.S. is expected to overtake whites.”
If Silicon Valley’s lobbying efforts—which have been aided by prominent Republicans like Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan—prove successful, immigration will continue climbing year after year, establishing new records never before witnessed in American history.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Jewish groups Fury at Tyson after boxer's anti-semitic rant on YouTube

Boxer Tyson Fury may face a fresh inquiry after a new rant captured on video

Boxer Tyson Fury could face a new inquiry after he posted a foul-mouthed rant on YouTube.
The Campaign Against Antisemitism has submitted a formal complaint about the World heavyweight champion’s behaviour to the British Boxing Board of Control.
Fury has posted a video on YouTube in which he claims that Jews “own all the banks, all the papers, all the TV stations”. He said “everyone just do what you can, listen to the government follow everybody like sheep, be brainwashed by all the Zionist, Jewish people who own all the banks, all the papers all the TV stations. Be brainwashed by them all.”
Jonathan Sacerdoti, Director of Communications at the Campaign Against Antisemitism said: “Tyson Fury’s statements about Jewish people are offensive and racist. There should be no place for antisemitism in sport. Just as antisemitism is being stamped out from football, the same should apply to boxing. He should be barred from boxing and referred to the British Boxing Board of Control.
“This is not his first offence; he specialises in outrageous offensive and racist slurs. Behaviour like this should prompt his sponsors to withdraw their backing. Britain does not tolerate or support racism. These specific antisemitic slurs are centuries old, and his use of them today in 2016 shows ignorance and malice.”

Fury launches rant on video
In the Tyson broadcast, which is littered with expletives, he takes aim at paedophiles, bisexuals, sex swap ops, and what he believes is a lack of morals in society.
Last year he caused anger with his outspoken opinions on homosexuality, abortion and paedophilia.
He was reported to GMP for an alleged ‘hate crime’ but after an investigation no action was taken.
He was warned over his future conduct by the British Boxing Board of Control who said Tyson he had “heavy responsibilities to avoid making controversial, non-boxing comments.”

Tyson Fury at a press conference
However, in an interview posted on You Tube, Fury shows no sign of having mellowed.
He said: “It’s like you’re a freak of nature if you’re normal, you’re the odd one out nobody else. What’s normal? I’ll just get myself changed into a woman that’s normal isn’t it today call myself Tysina or something like that, put a wig on...”
“I don’t think it’s normal I think they’re freaks of nature.”
The MEN has contacted the British Board of Boxing for a comment.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016


Speakers to be announced later.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Britain’s accidental “red pill” moment

Francis Carr Begbie

If you think Donald Trump is getting a hard time from an openly one-sided media, then consider what is happening in Britain where the Labour Party has been punished for months for the temerity to reject the Jewish political agenda.
But now the law of unintended consequences has finally caught up with the manufactured “Labour anti-Semitism” pseudo-crisis. No-one could have predicted that it would backfire so deliciously — or that it would turn into such a potential “red pill” moment on the realities of Jewish power in Britain today.
It happened during a BBC interview with leading Labour left-winger and former London Mayor Ken Livingstone. He was being interrogated about a witless female Muslim Labour MP who had lost her job over a re-tweet she made two years ago, despite apologising in public four times. Pressed to repent, Livingstone finally snapped and came out with the fated words.
Hitler was supporting Zionism… Let’s remember when Hitler won his election in 1932, his policy then was that Jews should be moved to Israel.
For good measure he then said the woman, Naz Shah, was the victim of a “well-orchestrated campaign by the Israel lobby” and repeated it all later.
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It was a jaw-dropper, a real moment to savour. The heavens duly fell in on him courtesy of the media slime machine that never sleeps. Buckets of ordure were duly tipped over his head while the pack set off in pursuit. The most surreal moment came when one notorious non-Jewish Friend of Israel, John Mann, chased Livingstone into a toilet.
Livingstone refuses to backtrack or apologize. He has been duly suspended and an inquiry into his comments has been announced. In all the uproar no-one initially noticed one small detail — everything he said was true. Why stating a historical truth amounts to anti-Semitism is not clear, although apparently many Jews were “offended.”
Here is where the law of unintended consequences kicks in. People (who would never read TOO) have tapped the words “Haavara agreement” into search engines and been astonished at what they read. The 1933 Haavara agreement between the World Zionist Organisation and National Socialist Germany allowed Jews to emigrate with all their wealth to Palestine.  The Nazi agreement on the transfer of Jews to their “historic homeland” runs completely against everything most people have been taught. It is one of those non-secret secrets which has been effectively buried in contemporary teaching of history. In one of the largest archives of twentieth-century history, the BBC, there is not one word about this, let alone a TV or radio documentary. (The only documentary is this one from 1984.)
That is the way our political establishment want to keep it. The delicate and complicated issue of German-Jewish relations before the war is a story they do not want the public investigating at all. For them, it all has to begin and end with what they call “the Holocaust.”
Now many astonished, curious young people will be able to ask — what else do we not know?  What is this about a Jewish boycott, for instance? Did world Jewry really declare war on Germany on March 24, 1933 and attempt to cripple the country with an economic sabotage? Why is Livingstone called an anti-Semite for repeating what Netanyahu admitted not long before?  Is it true that former Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Shamir belonged to a gang that offered to ally with Nazi Germany to fight against the British?
The Haavara agreement is especially excruciating because various Zionist leaders clearly said that they were in the same business as the German national socialists — creating an ethnic homeland based on racial purity and exclusionism.  They were clearly were a mirror of each other and understood each other very well.
Who knows where the questions will end? (At his disciplinary inquiry Livingstone will cite a book by Marxist historian Lenni Brenner  who has written extensively about collusion between campaigners for a Jewish homeland and the Nazis.)
This could be the beginning of the unravelling of one of the most grotesque and relentless media campaigns of recent years.  For months now, the media have been insisting that the failure of the Labour Party to make Jewish issues its main priority is akin to a national emergency. The ensuing PR firestorm has been so obviously out of proportion that it has drawn widespread attention to the domination of the media by Jewish priorities.
Thanks largely to the Muslim bloc vote, the Labour Party leadership was won by the far-left and long-standing Palestinian supporter Jeremy Corbyn last year, and he has been under constant attack ever since. To an organized Jewish community used to having the Labour Party in its pocket, this was totally unacceptable and had to be reversed.
The subsequent assault has been veiled as an attack on “growing anti-Semitism” which seems to usually manifest itself in the Twitter and Facebook comments of various low-level Muslim activists and councillors.
Labour MPs’ minds will no doubt have been concentrated by being reminded in fairly blunt terms who pays the piper. And just in case the point was missed, a Labour MP called Michael Foster pointed out that private Jewish sources contributed a third of the general election war chest. This funding has all but dried up now. Another former Jewish financial backer called David Abrahams has been reported as linked to an attempted leadership coup to depose Jeremy Corbyn. It would be interesting to see how this goes down with the Muslim bloc vote.  One of Corbyn’s Jewish supporters has hit back, suggesting the Board of Deputies of British Jews has dropped its stated political impartiality to organize opposition from behind the scenes.
Wherever you turned in the British media in the last week it seemed impossible to get away from the finger-wagging, scolding and barracking of Jewish columnists from across the political spectrum. Jewish Chronicle editor Stephen Pollard even rolled out his tired old story about how his granny kept a suitcase under the bed in case “they” come again.
At some point even the least perceptive are going to be struck by this. At some point people are going to tire of being lectured and ordered around in this condescending way.  They might start asking why so much more coverage has been devoted to this issue than to the Muslim child rape gangs in Rotherham and other towns, for example.
Part of this battle is being fought on a semantic front and there is a blatant attempt to widen the definition of anti-Semitism and to narrow the discourse. Non-Jews are to be chastised for repeating what some Jews say openly and the prominent Labour Friend of Israel John Mann wants to place phrases such as the “Jewish lobby” and “dual loyalty” out of bounds.
Labour’s dissidents are all at sea when they try to suggest that the problem is one of “Zionism” as opposed to Jewish ethnic aggression.  This video shows how one Labour politician, Gerry Browning, flailing around and completely unable to explain the meaning of the “Jewish question” in non-racial terms.
There is an interesting parallel in which both sides cannot admit the existence of race in this argument. The Jewish lobby cannot admit that the “anti-Semitism” is largely driven by the same Muslims which Jewish organizations have so assiduously conspired to flood into the country.
At the same time the Labour Party cannot admit that it will have eventually to choose between the Muslim mass vote on which it increasingly depends and on Jewish financial clout and media influence which is indispensable if it is to carry on as a mass party.
And where are ordinary Whites in all this?  They are nowhere.  They were made surplus to requirements a long time ago and if they could all be replaced tomorrow, many in Labour would secretly heave a sigh of relief.
It took an amused Conservative neo-con Douglas Murray to gently slip in a truth.
The modern Labour party claims to be an anti-racist movement, but because of demographic changes in the UK in certain areas it has to run on a covertly racist ticket.
But the racism that Murray wanted to condemn was that anyone supporting Israel would not be able to stand as a Labour candidate in a Muslim constituency.  And what of the racism that the indigenous people of this country, the Whites have to suffer from both Jews and Muslims? There is not a word about that because that is the racism that dare not speak its name.

"Get out, Traitor!" - German People chases Minister of Justice Heiko Maas to his Armored Mercedes 


 Heiko Maas, the German Federal Minister of Justice, was unable to finish his Labor Day celebration speech on the 1st of May as he was loudly booed and chased off the stage by the German people. The people repeatedly shouted "Traitor", "Leftist Rat", "Get out!", "We are the People" and "Maas must go!", eventually getting him to cancel his speech and flee to his armored vehicle escorted by his armed bodyguards.

Maas is considered one of the biggest proponents of expanding censorship laws, demanding persecution, fines and jail-time for everybody posting "hate speech" on social media.

He also does not acknowledge the existence of the German people, backing his party, the Social Democrats, in the opinion that Europe was always made up of immigrants and Germany's only chance of redemption for the eternal guilt of World War 2 is inviting as many Muslim immigrants as possible.

His party took devastating losses in polls across the country, losing to the Alternative for Germany (AfD) by a landslide in the last state election of Saxony, where he held his speech.

Maas' party recently published plans to build 350,000 entirely new homes for "newcomers" to solve the "demographic crisis". In his speech he claimed that "the people shouting 'traitor' don't even know what's happening to them". But it appears that they know very well what is being done to them.
The German people are confused and angry about why they're told that they have to be frugal and avoid having children because of the immense cost while simultaneously working their fingers to the bones to fund a foreign invasion.

The people in the audience hence ridiculed him for claiming that the actual workers in the audience "hijack Labor Day". The hypocrisy of celebrating Labor and fair wages while his party supports the import of millions of unskilled workers is what got him chased off the stage.

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