Monthly Archives: January 2018


Found guilty in the highest courts in France, financial speculator George Soros is a convicted felon. However, he comes and goes to the EU as he pleases. The fugitive from justice is even provided with state police security. Yet, people without a blemish on their character, including tourists, are judicially kidnapped, tried by kangaroos and thrown in the slammer.

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Commercial advertisers feature mixed-race relationship images because advertising agencies seeking government contracts must first prove their commitment to race and gender diversity.

Asian or Black media, whose readership is mainly non-European, do not display mixed race advertisements common to White media. Their periodicals carry similar commercials but Asians are shown with Asians and coloured with coloureds.

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Anti-White media and Facebook received a humiliating slap in the face after their failed attempt to form a defensive ring around gangs of marauding rapists.
Crowd-Funding Kickstarter refused to add a book exposing refugee rape gangs submitted by an applicant. The author, a Swedish Conservative parliamentary candidate, is writing an eagerly awaited book about the horrific level of rape carried out by non-Swedes. Media were jubilant at the denial of service and Facebook blocked the author.

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Croatia’s minister of the interior, Davor Božinović, says the country accepted only a derisory 40 migrants under the EU’s relocation program last year.  He also spoke about toughening the country’s borders.
Božinović had an informal meeting with the EU Justice and Home Affairs Council in Bulgaria on Thursday. In that meeting, he said, “Every country has a sovereign right to protect its borders and to decide who to allow in its territory”. He added that integrated border management is “crucial for the normal functioning of the Schengen area”.

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Areas of Bradford, England, are No Go Zones for non-Muslims. The city is “heading toward disaster,” councillors have warned, citing attacks on white-owned businesses in ‘Asian’ areas.
Non-Muslims, identified as Whites are now scared in Bradford. Councillor Vanda Greenwood says that young women did not feel safe in the town because of gangs of Asian men known to be marauding gangs of rapists.

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Americans are not the only travellers stunned by the unwelcome mat laid by German police at the country’s 17 international airports. Passengers who merely transit airports are horrified at the hostile reception they face despite only traveling on to their final destination.
En route from Kiev to Mediterranean city Natalie K says she and other transit commuters were rigorously interrogated. After an overnight stop at Memmingen airport, she says her experience was enough to put her off ever visiting Germany.

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Czech President Miloš Zeman has won a second five-year term in office, following a tight run-off vote against his rival Jiri Drahos.
According to the Czech Statistics Office, Zeman received 51.8% of the votes and his rival 48.2%.
Zeman is a strong opponent of immigration and said earlier that refugees don’t integrate because their culture is incompatible with European culture. About Islam he said:
“I think we can coexist with Buddhism, Hinduism, Shinto, Confucianism, but we cannot coexist with Islam. It has anchored in its sacred texts that it must rule the world and have unbelievers submitted.”

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Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the world’s most celebrated dissident, explained why media never mention the proven 164 million martyred by a government during the 20th century; “Ownership of the media is in the hands of the perpetrators.”
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According to a study published in the Journal of Peace Research, 164 million people were murdered by a government during the 20th century. The Oslo based fortnightly review is worldwide acclaimed. Its researchers are credible and untainted by political expediency.

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The leader of Italy’s Lega Nord (Northern League) party has promised to clean up the mess and kick hundreds of thousands of migrants out of the country if he is elected prime minister in the upcoming general election.
The 2018 Italian general election is due to take place on March 4, after the country’s Parliament was dissolved by President Sergio Mattarella in late December.

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