Friday, April 29, 2016

Whether the establishment likes it or not, and it evidently does not, there is a revolution going on in America.
The old order in this capital city is on the way out. America is crossing a great divide, and there is no going back.
Donald Trump’s triumphant march to the nomination in Cleveland, virtually assured by his five-state sweep Tuesday, confirms it, as does his foreign policy address of Wednesday.
Two minutes into his speech before the Center for the National Interest, Trump declared that the “major and overriding theme” of his administration will be – “America first.” Right down the smokestack!
Gutsy and brazen it was to use that phrase, considering the demonization of the great anti-war movement of 1940-41, which was backed by the young patriots John F. Kennedy and his brother Joe, Gerald Ford and Sargent Shriver, and President Hoover and Alice Roosevelt.
Whether the issue is trade, immigration or foreign policy, says Trump, “we are putting the American people first again.” U.S. policy will be dictated by U.S. national interests.
By what he castigated, and what he promised, Trump is repudiating both the fruits of the Obama-Clinton foreign policy and the legacy of Bush Republicanism and neoconservatism.
When Ronald Reagan went home, says Trump, “our foreign policy began to make less and less sense. Logic was replaced with foolishness and arrogance, which ended in one foreign policy disaster after another.”
He lists the results of 15 years of Bush-Obama wars in the Middle East: civil war, religious fanaticism, thousands of Americans killed, trillions of dollars lost, a vacuum created that ISIS has filled.
Is he wrong here? How have all of these wars availed us? Where is the “New World Order” of which Bush I rhapsodized at the U.N.?
Can anyone argue that our interventions to overthrow regimes and erect democratic states in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen have succeeded and been worth the price we have paid in blood and treasure, and the devastation we have left in our wake?
George W. Bush declared that America’s goal would become “to end tyranny in our world.” An utterly utopian delusion, to which Trump retorts by recalling John Quincy Adams’ views on America: “She goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy.”
To the neocons’ worldwide crusade for democracy, Trump’s retort is that it was always a “dangerous idea” to think “we could make Western democracies out of countries that had no experience or interest in becoming Western democracies.”

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We are “overextended,” he declared, “We must rebuild our military.” Our NATO allies have been freeloading for half a century. NAFTA was a lousy deal. In running up $4 trillion in trade surpluses since Bush I, the Chinese have been eating our lunch.
This may be rankest heresy to America’s elites, but Trump outlines a foreign policy past generations would have recognized as common sense: Look out for your own country and your own people first.
Instead of calling President Putin names, Trump says he would talk to the Russians to “end the cycle of hostility,” if he can.
“Ronald Reagan must be rolling over in his grave,” sputtered Sen. Lindsey Graham, who quit the race to avoid a thrashing by the Donald in his home state of South Carolina.
But this writer served in Reagan’s White House, and the Gipper was always seeking a way to get the Russians to negotiate. He leaped at the chance for a summit with Mikhail Gorbachev in Geneva and Reykjavik.
“Our goal is peace and prosperity, not war,” says Trump, “unlike other candidates, war and aggression will not be my first instinct.”
Is that not an old and good Republican tradition?
Dwight Eisenhower ended the war in Korea and kept us out of any other. Richard Nixon ended the war in Vietnam, negotiated arms agreements with Moscow and made an historic journey to open up Mao’s China.
Reagan used force three times in eight years. He put Marines in Lebanon, liberated Grenada and sent FB-111s over Tripoli to pay Col. Gadhafi back for bombing a Berlin discotheque full of U.S. troops.
Reagan later believed putting those Marines in Lebanon, where 241 were massacred, to be the worst mistake of his presidency.
Military intervention for reasons of ideology or nation building is not an Eisenhower or Nixon or Reagan tradition. It is not a Republican tradition. It is a Bush II-neocon deformity, an aberration that proved disastrous for the United States and the Middle East.
The New York Times headline declared that Trump’s speech was full of “Paradoxes,” adding, “Calls to Fortify Military and to Use It Less.”
But isn’t that what Reagan did? Conduct the greatest military buildup since Ike, then, from a position of strength, negotiate with Moscow a radical reduction in nuclear arms?
“We’re getting out of the nation-building business,” says Trump.
“The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony.” No more surrenders of sovereignty on the altars of “globalism.”
Is that not a definition of a patriotism that too many among our arrogant elites believe belongs to yesterday?
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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Bradford Councillor posted  Dr Goebbels film 'The Eternal Jew'  - Oh dear !

Guido kids you not, another Bradford councillor has tweeted anti-Semitic propaganda. Cllr Istiaq Ahmed posted a link to the Nazi film “The Eternal Jew”, which was commissioned by Joseph Goebbels. It was originally uploaded to YouTube by the “HitlerMyFührer” channel. He has also posted a conspiracy theory video alleging that Israel is behind ISIS. Ahmed is employed by the charity which Naz Shah chairs. an independent councillor in Bradford, but he says he remains a Labour Party member as well. Will they kick him out too? What is going on in Bradford?
Credit: Campaign Against Antisemitism
UPDATE: A Labour spokesman says Istiaq Ahmed was excluded from the party years ago. He says he rejoined.

Monday, April 25, 2016

There are reports of a white girl escaping from a gang of Pakistanis in Littleborough, Lancashire, last night.

Reports say that she had been kidnapped and held by these people in Todmorden, which is 5 miles away. The incident happened when the girl escaped and feared for her life, ran into  Littleborough Conservative club for help. Club customers came to her aid armed with pool cues.

Police quickly arrived .

We have no further information. But if this is happening in a backwater like Todmorden, then this country is in a worse state than even we realised.

Today is ANZAC day.

They did themselves proud and honoured their countries.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

How Tony Blair’s family have built a buy-to-let property empire in Greater Manchester

The former Prime Minister’s wife Cherie and son Euan have become private landlords, snapping up nearly 30 flats in south Manchester, Stockport and Trafford

Tony and Cherie Blair, and their properties
Cherie Blair has a reputation for knowing a bargain when she sees one.
And now the former Prime Minister’s wife has cast that eagle eye over the region’s booming property market – snapping up dozens of flats at knock-down rates in some of Greater Manchester’s prime property hotspots.
Since October 2014 she and the Blairs’ eldest son Euan have spent around £2.5m on homes in Stockport town centre , Whalley Range and Urmston , all of them apparently to rent out.
At current rates they will net around £170,000 a year from letting their 28 one-bed apartments, the latest of which were bought last month, to young professionals.
In total they now own clusters of flats at five different sites.
After setting up their property firm Oldbury Residential in 2014, they began by snapping up 14 flats on Higher Hillgate in Stockport town centre from a development that had gone into receivership.

2-8 Higher Hillgate, Stockport

The £1.3m price tag means the apartments, around the corner from the magistrates court, were bought for around £92,000 each.
At around the same time the Blairs also bought 10 flats in two rebuilt Victorian terraces on Gloucester Road in the centre of Urmston, the same road on which the area’s Labour MP is based.

31-33 Gloucester Road, Urmston
The flats cost them £650,000, a figure local estate agents VitalSpace, which had marketed them, described as a ‘knock-down price’.
That development had been repossessed a year earlier – and features nine one-beds and a ‘simply spectacular and utterly unique 950ft penthouse apartment’.
Last September they switched their sights back to Stockport, picking up three new-build flats in Renaissance House, on Millbrook Street just off the A6, for around £75,000 each.

Renaissance House, Millbrook Street, Stockport

And finally just last month they moved into Manchester itself for the first time.
Focusing on Whalley Range – often a destination for young professionals wanting somewhere relatively cheap but still on Chorlton’s doorstep – they bought four flats in period conversions on Whalley Road, all for around £90,000.
All their apartments rent out at around £500 a month or slightly more – meaning in total the Blairs will enjoy a tidy rental income of around £170,000 a year.

Whalley Road, Whalley Range
However property prices in south Manchester’s suburbs are continuing to head northwards, meaning their investments are set to become increasingly lucrative.
According to Rightmove, sale prices have risen 13pc in Whalley Range in the last year, while as the city looks to retain more and more of its graduates, the suburb is likely to only become more in demand.

NWN: Traitor Blair allowed millions of immigrants into the UK in order to "rub the noses of 'racists' into the multi racial experiment". This increased population has increased demand for housing, and Blair is helping his parasitic zionist supporting family by buying up these properties. Still , Tony Blair ought to get some inside info on how to run a 'business empire' from his myriad of jewish friends especially in London. No doubt some of those 'friends' include friends and family of a certain Mr.Rachmann from days gone by ? 
Blair ought to be on the end of the hangmans noose !
Ireland is an island to the west of Britain but Northern Ireland is just off the mainland - not the Irish mainland, the British mainland.

The capital of Ireland is Dublin . It has a population of a million people, all of whom will be shopping in Newry this afternoon.
They travel to Newry because it is in the North, which is not part of Ireland , but still pay in Euros.
Under the Irish constitution, the North used to be in Ireland , but a successful 30-year campaign of violence for Irish unity ensured that it is now definitely in the UK . Had the campaign lasted any longer the North might now be in France .
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland . It has a population of half a million, half of whom own houses in Donegal. Donegal is in the north but not in the North. It is in the South. No, not the south, the South.
There are two parliaments in Ireland .
The Dublin parliament is called the Dáil, (pronounced "Doyle"), an Irish word meaning a place where banks receive taxpayers' money. The one in Belfast is called Stormont, an Anglo-Saxon word meaning 'placebo', or deliberately ineffective drug.
Their respective jurisdictions are defined by the border, an imaginary line on the map to show fuel launderers where to dump their chemical waste and bi-products.
Protestants are in favour of the border, which generates millions of pounds in smuggling for Catholics, who are totally opposed to it.
Travel between the two states is complicated because Ireland is the only country in the world with two M1 motorways. The one in the North goes west to avoid the south and the one in the South goes north to avoid the price of drink!
We have two types of democracy in Ireland . Dublin democracy works by holding a referendum and then allowing the government to judge the result. If the government thinks the result is wrong, the referendum is held again. Twice in recent years the government decided the people's choice was wrong and ordered a new referendum.
Belfast democracy works differently. It has a parliament with no opposition, so the government is always right. This system generates envy in many world capitals, especially Dublin .
Ireland has three economies - northern, southern and black.
Only the black economy is in the black. The other two are in the red.
All versions of the IRA claim to be the real IRA but only one of them is the Real IRA.
The North's biggest industry is the production of IRAs. Consequently, we now have the Provisional, Continuity and Real IRA. The Real IRA is by far the most popular among young graffiti writers simply because it is the easiest to spell.
I trust this clarifies things and has answered many previously unanswered questions for you.

Friday, April 22, 2016

Panama link of Tory tycoon: what the Sunday Times won’t tell you


Zionist tycoon Poju Zablodowicz (far right) with his wife (centre) and guests including then Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor (second left), Mrs Prosor, and Martin Indyk (second right) Bill Clinton’s Ambassador to Israel. The photo was taken at a BICOM event in 2009 which raised £800,000.

Today’s Sunday Times notes that Poju Zabludowicz – a major donor to David Cameron’s Conservative Party – was involved in an offshore scheme managed by a firm involved in the ‘Panama Papers’ scandal.
Zabludowicz’s co-investor in this scheme – controversial businessman Scot Young – was found impaled on the railings outside his London flat in 2014. An inquest on Young’s death found insufficient evidence of suicide, and his family suspected he had been murdered. Young’s ex-wife believed that he had used supposed losses on his business project with Zabludowicz to hide tens of millions of pounds during their divorce: a judge agreed and awarded Young’s ex-wife £20m in 2013, but she had yet to receive a penny by the time Young died a year later.
Police cordon at the railings in Montagu Square, Marylebone, where Zabludowicz's business partner Scot Young was found impaled in 2014.
Police cordon at the railings in Montagu Square, Marylebone, where Zabludowicz’s business partner Scot Young was found impaled in 2014.

In 2005 Zabludowicz’s trust gave £15,000 to David Cameron’s successful campaign for the Tory leadership, and has since given a series of donations to the Conservative Party totalling almost £300,000.
So far, so bad.
But what the Sunday Times for some reason omits from the story is, in many ways, the most interesting part. Poju Zabludowicz is not just any billionaire: he is arguably the most important individual in Israel’s UK lobbying effort.
London Mayor Boris Johnson with Anita Zabludowicz, wife of Zionist lobby boss and Tory donor Poju Zabludowicz.
London Mayor Boris Johnson with Anita Zabludowicz, wife of Zionist lobby boss and Tory donor Poju Zabludowicz.

Zabludowicz – whose family fortune was built up by his arms dealer father Shlomo, founder of Israel’s main artillery manufacturer – set up BICOM (the Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre) in 2002. BICOM’s best known project in recent years is ‘We Believe in Israel’, which works to combat campaigns for boycotts of Israeli products. The quarterly BICOM magazine Fathom is perhaps the leading journal of the pro-Israel lobby. Its deputy editor is former Israeli embassy official and ‘security’ expert Calev Ben-Dor, who though based in Israel was recently advertising among British parliamentary staff for a BICOM ‘research analyst’.
BICOM’s ‘senior visiting fellow’ is retired Brig. Gen. Michael Herzog, who since the 1990s has been a top adviser to the Israeli government and a special emissary for the Israeli Prime Minister.
Poju Zabludowicz (centre) greets leading Zionist and media star / philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy (right) at a BICOM event.  Israeli ambassador Daniel Taub is in the background (left).
Poju Zabludowicz (centre) greets leading Zionist and media star / philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy (right) at a BICOM event. Then Israeli ambassador Daniel Taub is in the background (left).
BICOM has frequently offered well-paid positions to British political figures. Its present chief executive is James Sorene, who was official spokesman for Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg from 2011 to 2015. His predecessor was Dermot Kehoe, formerly a senior adviser to the BBC and partner of the gay Labour MP David Cairns, a former Roman Catholic priest who chaired Labour Friends of Israel.
Soon after Kehoe’s appointment, BICOM had to cope with revelations about funding supplied by Zabludowicz and other BICOM linked figures to Adam Werrity, the very close friend of Defence Secretary Liam Fox. These revelations (which H&D reported at the time) contributed to Fox’s resignation in October 2011.
Zionist solicitor and fixer Isidore Kerman was a principal client of David Cameron's stockbroker father Ian, who helped Kerman hide his fortune offshore. Kerman's shady contacts in the intelligence world ranged from pre-war occultist Aleister Crowley (one of Kerman's earlies clients) to CID boss and wartime MI5 officer Sir Ronald Howe (Kerman's 1960s business partner).
Zionist solicitor and fixer Isidore Kerman was a principal client of David Cameron’s stockbroker father Ian, who helped Kerman hide his fortune offshore. Kerman’s shady contacts in the intelligence world ranged from pre-war occultist Aleister Crowley (one of Kerman’s earliest clients) to CID boss and wartime MI5 officer Sir Ronald Howe (Kerman’s 1960s business partner).
Nor is Zabludowicz the only link between the Panama Papers scandal, Britain’s Prime Minister and the Zionist lobby. Prime Minister Cameron’s late father, stockbroker Ian Cameron, used Mossack Fonseca’s offshore facilities to hide the investments of Isidore Kerman, a London solicitor and fixer who was right-hand man to Mossad asset and fraudster Robert Maxwell from his earliest days in business.
Kerman had been an influential operative for international Zionism since the 1930s, and was a business partner of chief Scotland Yard detective Sir Ronald Howe.
Poju Zablodowicz (far left) with the Finnish Foreign Minister, Timo Soini, at a New York reception. Soini is  often portrayed as one of Europe's "extreme right wingers" but is fanatically pro-Israel.
Poju Zablodowicz (far left) with the Finnish Foreign Minister, Timo Soini, at a New York reception. Soini is often portrayed as one of Europe’s “extreme right wingers” but is fanatically pro-Israel.

Other Losses - James Bacque

Short trailer for the feature length documentary film by James Bacque . After WW2, the Americans ran 'extermination camps' in Germany to kill off German 'prisoners of war'. This story refuses to go away. Especially since it echoes the dreadful and murderous 'Morgenthau Plan' that both Churchill and Roosevelt signed/initialled during World War 2. And in German a longer version.................

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Jewish Money And The Labour Party - Here Are The Numbers

If you are curious about why the Labour Party has been groveling to the Jewish Lobby for the last few months, Jewish Donor Michael Foster provides the nitty gritty - - the numbers of kosher domination.  
In his commentary in The Daily Mail , Foster, who donated £400.000 to the party ahead of last May’s election, reveals “This year, no major Jewish donor has given a pound to the central Labour Party.” 
The numbers are shocking. “In the run-up to last May’s General Election, the Jewish community donated almost one-third of the £9.7 million that Labour received from private donors – and that despite recoiling from Labour’s parliamentary vote to recognise Palestine.”
British Jews who make up less than 0.5% or the British population raised a third of the funds for Labour’s campaign and this occurred at the time Jews were institutionally separating from the politics of Labour’s PM candidate, Ed Miliband.
These huge donations explain Corbyn’s embarrassing behaviour at his meeting with the Jewish Lobby.  The Labour party is evidently dependent on the shekel pipeline. The numbers reveal why Labour has been hijacked by Jewish interests. Whether or not we like it, our leading opposition party is a hostage begging for the mercy of few wealthy Jews.
According to Foster, the emerging gulf between Labour and its Jewish paymasters is “a tragedy” because“the values of Judaism and the Labour Party are well aligned.”  It would be great if Foster would explain how the values of a tribal exclusivist religion that is blood oriented are ‘aligned’ with a party that claims to be anti racist,   inclusive and universal.

According to Foster as late as 1997, “70 per cent of the British Jewish community, voted for the Labour Party. Today it would be less than 25 per cent.” Someone should explain to the Jewish donor that a drop of 45% of an ethnic group that comprises to 0.5 per cent of the electorate is pretty insignificant. For the last three months Labour has very little for working people and has instead cried constantly about anti Semitism, proving that Jewish funding and not its votes is what is so corrosive.
If you wonder why Sadiq Khan, Labour’s candidate for mayor of London is more Zionist than the Israeli ambassador, Foster provides the answer. “I and many other Jews who support Labour, have this year donated directly to Sadiq Khan’s campaign for London Mayor.”  Apparently making Labour politicians into Likudniks is simple. All it costs is a few shekels.
“This is about how safe the Anglo-Jewish community feels in Britain,” Says Foster, This year I witnessed a child of mine getting up to speak at a political meeting at a leading university only to see the argument drowned out by hooligan white male students shouting: ‘Zio, Zio, Zio…The word Zio for those not used to the language of the young is not a shortened reference to a Zionist but slang for Jew.”
Mr. Foster you are wrong. Zio is a clear reference to a Zionist, You are obviously one, whether you son is or isn’t, I have no idea. My advice to you, now when you decided to save on Labour, is to use those extra shekels in your pocket to buy the ‘leading university.’ Then you can just expel all the white male Goyim together with the two Anti Zionist Jews.  Such a progressive move is consistent with Jewish goy hatred and deprives Goyim of a platform. I assure you that this plan will make the university into a safe haven for your son and other young Jews.

Saturday, April 09, 2016

Market trader, bus driver and gym worker among those jailed in latest Rochdale grooming scandal

The 10 men all had nicknames like Crazy, Taz and Afghaniman

A bus driver, market trader and a takeaway delivery driver are among the ten predators who today are starting long jail sentences for sexually abusing ‘extremely vulnerable’ children in Rochdale.
They had nicknames like ‘Crazy’, ‘Taz’ and ‘Afghaniman’ and often ‘shared’ the girls with other Asian men.
Their victims were sexually abused sometimes in return for cigarettes, clothes, hair-driers and hair-straighteners.
Bus driver Afraz Ahmed, 33, of Oswald Street, Rochdale, was jailed for 25 years after he was found guilty of two counts of rape, two counts of conspiracy to rape, two counts of inciting sexual activity, five counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of Section 47 assault against five victims.

Left to right: Abid Khan, Afraz Ahmed and Choudhry Ikhalaq Hussain
Read: Ten men jailed for 125 years for grooming and sexually abusing vulnerable teen girl in Rochdale
Read: Men to be sentenced for sex offences against teenage girl in Rochdale
Known as Taz, he was also a drug dealer who had worked as a local area warden. He targeted troubled girls and convinced one that he loved her. He told his victim ‘it’s your fault’ when she resisted.
He pimped one girl to an elderly male friend. When he worked as a bus driver, he groomed three girls of 13 and urged them to carry out sex acts on him. One of their parents told police but the Crown decided there was not enough evidence to prosecute at the time.
Takeaway delivery driver Choudhry Ikhalaq Hussain, 38, of Mayfield Terrace, Rochdale, was jailed for 19 years in his absence for rape, sexually activity with a child and conspiracy to rape. Nicknamed ‘Crazy’, he worked for Flames takeaway in Rochdale. He raped his victim after she had down most of a litre bottle of vodka. He also introduced her to his ‘uncle’, a fat man in his 40s who also raped her. He is believed to be in Pakistan.
Mahfuz Rahman, 29, of HMP Garth, was jailed for five-and-a-half years last September after he pleaded guilty to three counts of Sexual Activity with a Child and was sentenced to five years and six months in prison at the beginning of trial. He shared the victim’s number with other Asian men.

Left to right: David Law, Kutab Miah and Mahfus Rahman
Read: Crimes involving Facebook in Greater Manchester rocket by 270 per cent
Gym worker Rehan Ali, 27, of Cleethorpes Avenue, Blackley, was jailed for seven years after he was found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of rape against one victim. He worked at a gym in Gym’ill Fix It’ and had sex with his 15-year-old victim for a packet of ten Benson and Hedges cigarettes. Desperate for any attention, she considered him her boyfriend. He ‘shared’ her with two other men.
Kutab Miah, 35, of Ramsay Street, Rochdale, was imprisoned for nine years after he was found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of rape against one victim. Known as Chico, he is said to have driven his victim in his Range Rover to a flat of a friend known as ‘Killer’ where he forced himself on her. She was 15 at the time.
Mohammed Dauood, 38, of Leyland Road, Burnley, was jailed for 16 years after he was found guilty of three counts of rape, one count of sexual Activity with a child, one count of sexual assault and one count of Section 47 assault against two victims. She had sex with him on several occasion when she was 17 after he plied her with vodka. On one occasion she woke to find him on top of her, removing a condom, his trial heard.

Left to right: Mohammed Dauood, Mohammed Zahid and Rehan Ali
Read: Number of child grooming offences more than doubles in two years
Abid Khan, 39, of Whitney Road, Liverpool, with family in Rochdale, was jailed for six-and-a-half years after he was found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child against one victim. ‘Aby’ had sex with her on several occasions when she was 15.
Market trader Mohammed Zahid, 55, of Croxton Avenue, Rochdale, was jailed for five years after he was found guilty of one count of sexual activity with a child against one victim. Aged 14 at the time, his victim met him at Rochdale market where she bought tights for school.
David Law, 46, of Colmanhay Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, formerly of Rochdale, was jailed for 11 years after he was convicted of conspiracy to rape. He pimped his victim in return for heroin.
A 40-year-old man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was jailed for 23 years after he was convicted of rape and attempting to abduct a child in relation to three victims. He will serve an additional eight years on extended licence when he is released.

NWN: Yet another gang of Pakistani rapists in Rochdale. The lefties will focus on the one white scumbag, saying "oh there's good and bad in everyone !" .  Rochdale used to be a nice town. Then the floodgates from around the World got opened up, and the refuse poured in.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

Police Raid Apartments Over ‘Right-Wing’ Social Media Posts

Police in Berlin have raided ten apartments because residents may have posted “anti-migrant” views online.

Berlin Police completed a large scale raid on internet users Wednesday. The officers ransacked ten separate apartments in the German capital in the suburbs of Spandau, Tempelhof, Marzahn, Hellersdorf and Pankow.
The force confiscated mobile phones, narcotics and weapons. Nine suspects were arrested, aged 22-58, and are accused of posting messages critical of migrants, migrant helpers and some anti-semitic slogans on social networks like Facebook, WhatsApp, and Twitter, reports Berliner Morgenpost.
The Berlin police have told media that they already knew of the suspects and said that many of them have what they consider a “right-extremist” background. Police spokesman Stefan Redlich said that while many of the men shared anti-migrant views, “the men do not know each other according to previous findings,” and there was no evidence of any planned conspiracy to commit crime among them.
In some of the homes searched police were forced to admit they hadn’t found anything at all, but Redlich justified the raids saying they were maybe, “people who just once expressed their hate-opinion.”
One of the raids in particular was prompted by a Facebook comment to an article regarding an Afghani migrant who was shot dead at the Bulgarian border. The incident took place in October and according to Bulgarian officials it was an accident as a bullet was meant to be a warning shot but ricochet and hit him.
The post responded to the article saying that it was unfortunate too few migrants met with a similar fate, as it might scare the rest of them from coming.
Police announced that the raids show Germans that they are not as safe online as they might think. They say that anyone who says something xenophobic, spreads hate toward migrants, or shares what they consider to be xenophobic music, may be next on the list of apartments to be raided in the future.
58 police were involved in the raids and some illegal items were found in a few of the apartments. Police found one revolver handgun, though it was not mentioned if it had any ammunition or whether or not is was deactivated. They also found an air soft gun, which requires a license to own in Germany and a stun gun that appeared to be camouflaged as a flashlight.
Spokesmen Redlich also mentioned that they had found several unconstitutional symbols but did not divulge specifics. Banned symbols in Germany include Nazi era symbols like the swastika and various Nordic runes used by the Nazis during the era.
Berlin has seen a rapid increase in prosecutions for speech on the internet. In 2014 there were 196 investigations into anti-migrant and xenophobic posts, while 2015 saw 289 cases. In the last six months there have been three raids prior to this one, but so far this has been the largest in scale. Investigators have set up a special task force who work with the organization Network Against Nazis (NAN),  headed by ex-stasi agent Anetta Kahani, to monitor internet postings across Germany.
Google and Facebook have been criticized for helping the German government crack down on speech that is critical of migrants and of the policies of German chancellor Angela Merkel. The policy led to the deletion of the Facebook account of a young girl who spoke out about the migrant crisis and how she no longer felt safe walking the streets of her town.
Redlich says that the team is constantly searching YouTube, Twitter, WhatsApp and especially Facebook where most cases are pursued because users are forced to use their real names. He said the message of the raids is clear, “the internet is not above the law.”
The raids come just days after British police issued an apparently menacing tweet, warning them not to get into trouble on-line. As reported by Breitbart London, the Greater Glasgow Police offered internet users this helpful advice: “Think before you post or you may receive a visit from us this weekend. Use the internet safely. #thinkbeforeyoupost”.

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

As Wisconsinites head for the polls, our Beltway elites are almost giddy. For they foresee a Badger State bashing for Donald Trump, breaking his momentum toward the Republican nomination.
Should The Donald fall short of the delegates needed to win on the first ballot, 1,237, there is growing certitude that he will be stopped. First by Ted Cruz; then, perhaps, by someone acceptable to the establishment, which always likes to have two of its own in the race.
But this city of self-delusion should realize there is no going back for America. For, whatever his stumbles of the last two weeks, Trump has helped to unleash the mightiest force of the 21st century: nationalism.
Transnationalism and globalism are moribund.
First among the issues on which Trump has triumphed – “We will build the wall – and Mexico will pay for it!” – is border security.
Republican candidates who failed to parrot Trump on illegal immigration were among the first casualties.
For that is where America is, and that is where the West is.
Consider Europe. Four months ago, Angela Merkel was Time’s Person of the Year for throwing open the gates to the “huddled masses” of the Middle and Near East.
Merkel’s Germany is now leading the EU in amassing a huge bribe to the Turks to please take them back, and keep them away from the Greek islands that are now Islam’s Ellis Island into Europe.
Africa’s population will double to 2.5 billion by 2050. With 60 percent of Africans now under 25 years of age, millions will find their way to the Med to cross to the Old Continent where Europeans are aging, shrinking and dying. Look for gunboats in the Med.
If immigration is the first issue where Trump connected with the people, the second is trade.
Republicans are at last learning that trade deficits do matter, that free trade is not free. The cost comes in dead factories, lost jobs, dying towns and the rising rage of an abandoned Middle America whose country this is and whose wages have stagnated for decades.

Economists who swoon over figures on consumption forget what America’s 19th-century meteoric rise to self-sufficiency teaches, and what all four presidents on Mount Rushmore understood.
Production comes before consumption. Who owns the orchard is more essential than who eats the apples. We have exported the economic independence Hamilton taught was indispensable to our political independence. We have forgotten what made us great.
China, Japan, Germany – the second, third and fourth largest economies on earth – all owe their prosperity to trade surpluses run for decades at the expense of the Americans.
A third casualty of Trumpism is the post-Cold War foreign policy consensus among liberal interventionists and neoconservatives.
Trump subjects U.S. commitments to a cost-benefit analysis, as seen from the standpoint of cold national interest.
What do we get from continuing to carry the largest load of the defense of a rich Europe, against a Russia with one-fourth of Europe’s population?
How does Vladimir Putin, leader of a nation that in the last century lost its European and world empires and a third of its landmass, threaten us?

Why must we take the lead in confronting and containing Putin in Ukraine, Crimea and Georgia? No vital U.S. interest is imperiled there, and Russia’s ties there are older and deeper than ours to Puerto Rico.
Why is it the responsibility of the U.S. Pacific Fleet to defend the claims of Hanoi, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Brunei, to rocks, reefs and islets in the South China Sea – against the claims of China?
American hawks talk of facing down Beijing in the South and East China Seas while U.S. companies import so much in Chinese-made goods they are fully subsidizing Beijing’s military budget.
Does this make sense?
Patriotism, preserving and protecting the unique character of our nation and people, economic nationalism, America First, staying out of other nation’s wars – these are as much the propellants of Trumpism as is the decline of the American working and middle class.
Trump’s presence in the race has produced the largest turnout ever in the primaries of either party. He has won the most votes, most delegates, most states. Wisconsin aside, he will likely come to Cleveland in that position.
If, through rules changes, subterfuge and faithless delegates, party elites swindle him out of the nomination, do they think that the millions who came out to vote for Trump will go home and say: We lost it fair and square?
Do they think they can then go back to open borders, amnesty, a path to citizenship, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and nation building?
Whatever happens to Trump, the country has spoken. And if the establishment refuses to heed its voice, and returns to the policies the people have repudiated, it should take heed of John F. Kennedy’s warning:
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.”

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Sunday, April 03, 2016

Golders Green Anti- Shomrim demonstration - 2nd April 2016


PETER HITCHENS: Privatisation! Free trade! Shares for all! The great con that ruined Britain

I am so sorry now that I fell for the great Thatcher-Reagan promise. I can’t deny that I did. I believed all that stuff about privatisation and free trade and the unrestrained market. I think I may even have been taken in by the prophecies of a great share-owning democracy.
I thought – this now seems especially funny – that private British Telecom would be automatically better than crabby old Post Office Telephones. 
I think anyone who has ever tried to contact BT when things go wrong would now happily go back to the days of nationalisation. Soviet-style slowness was bad, but surely better than total indifference.
I am so sorry now that I fell for the great Thatcher-Reagan promise. I can’t deny that I did, writes PETER HITCHENS
I am so sorry now that I fell for the great Thatcher-Reagan promise. I can’t deny that I did, writes PETER HITCHENS
And it’s all very well being able to buy cheap goods from all over the world, as we fling our borders wide and abandon the protection of our own industries that everyone says is so wicked and will make us poor and backward.
How I miss the old names of trusted brands, and the knowledge that these things had been made for generations by my fellow countrymen.
But the new broom swept, and it swept pretty clean. In towns I know well, car assembly lines, railway workshops, glassworks engineering plants, chocolate factories vanished or shrank to nothing. 
A journey across the heart of England, once an exhilarating vista of muscular manufacturing, especially glorious by night, turned into archaeology. Now, if it looked like a factory, it was really a ruin.
Someone usually pops up at this stage and says that we still manufacture a lot. If you say so, but then why are the drug-dealers so busy in our new factory-free industrial areas, and why can I never buy anything that was made here, except from absurdly expensive luxury shops? 
Why are our warships made of foreign steel? Why are the few factories that do exist almost always foreign-owned, their fate decided far away by people who don’t much care about this country?
And why is our current-account deficit with the rest of the world the worst it’s ever been in peacetime, and nearly as bad as it was during the Great War that first bankrupted this country a century ago? 
If it’s all been so beneficial, why do so many of the containers that arrive in British ports, full of expensive imports, leave this country empty?
Sure, some things have got cheaper, and there are a lot more little treats and luxuries available. 
The coffee and the restaurants are better – but the essentials of life are harder to find than ever: a good life and an honest place; a solid, modest home big enough to house a small family in a peaceful, orderly landscape; good local schools open to all who need them; reasonably paid secure work for this generation and the next; competent government and wise laws. 
These have become luxuries, unattainable for millions who once took them for granted.
And now the remains of our steel industry are vanishing, not because nothing can be done (any determined government could save it if it really wanted to) but because we’re all still worshipping that free-market dogma that captivated us 30 years ago. 
I never thought I’d yearn for the National Coal Board or British Steel or, good heavens, British Leyland. But I do begin to feel I was fooled into thinking that what was coming next would be any better. At this rate it may soon be much, much worse.

Friday, April 01, 2016

In general we support these demos. The communist left must not be allowed free rein to cause chaos, and the British public need to know that there are people who oppose the huge deluge of foreigners into the UK.We also hope that all genuine nationalists stay safe at these Dover activities. As no doubt, the Police will either 'mess you about'. Arrest you. Or let the communist scum kick the shit out of you. Their imbalance of numbers of arrests of the last time this activity took place, shows the Police are behaving in an entirely partisan and political manner . Very similar to the way the Police behaved against patriots in Brussels recently.

(Just as a note, can the organisers please sort out the poor grammar and mistakes in their above poster ?)

Veterans march to Stormont for fair deal from politicians

The veterans are concerned with the litigation culture around British 
military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan

The veterans are concerned with the litigation culture around British military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan

Military veterans should not face unnecessary hardships as a result of their service, a rally in east Belfast will hear on Saturday.

Around 200 veterans and supporters are expected to take part in a protest march from Dundondald to Parliament Buildings at Stormont – where a letter calling for political action will be read.
UK troops prepare for deployment in Afghanistan

UK troops prepare for deployment in Afghanistan

Organised by Veterans For Justice UK, the protest is part of a wider campaign demanding that no one should be disadvantaged when accessing public services or healthcare as a result of their military service, and that there should be increased protection from legal action being taken against combat troops who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
March organiser Anto Wickham said: “The UK Government, despite having been shamed into action, is still not doing enough to care for veterans.
“Here in Northern Ireland progress [on additional support] is being blocked by a couple of parties who do not want to implement the Military Covenant.
“It means we have veterans who are having to fly over to the mainland to get help, which is unacceptable.”
The Military Covenant has been implemented in Great Britain but not in Northern Ireland.
The covenant recognises that the whole nation has a moral obligation to members of the armed forces and their families, and sets out how they should expect to be treated when accessing essential services.
Mr Wickham said: “We are part of the United Kingdom and we need to implement the covenant for all of our troops.”
The Royal Irish veteran said a growth in the litigation culture around military campaigns is also a major concern.
Last October, it was revealed that UK taxpayers are facing a bill of almost £150 million to defend more than 2,000 compensation claims against British soldiers for allegedly breaching the “human rights” of enemy fighters.
Suspected Taliban bomb-makers captured by British soldiers during gun battles are among those who are taking action against the UK Government.
Mr Wickham said he strongly disagreed with UK lawyers “inviting” potential victims to come forward.
“It’s not an amnesty we are after. We serve to keep the rule of law and we serve within the law. Where soldiers have broken the law they have been dealt with severely, not only by the civil courts but also by the military, in Cyprus for example, and it is the same here [in Northern Ireland]. If soldiers broke the law, and the evidence is there, then they have to answer.”
Mr Wickham added: “This bias is not only against regular forces, but also extends to operations by special forces and the Royal Ulster Constabulary during Operation Banner.
“Whilst we do not wish to comment on a specific ‘live’ case, we cannot ignore the ongoing vindictive pursuit of UK veterans for alleged actions in a series of incidents during the Troubles.”
Saturday’s march will form up at Dunlady park and ride car park in Dundonald before making its way to Stormont at 11am. The rally is expected to disperse at Stormont around 12.30pm.
NWN: And who are the one's trying to disadvantage  ex- Forces in Northern Ireland ? Yes that's right, the marxist Sinn Fein/IRA scum !

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