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Trump’s North Korea Deal KNOCKS OUT Critics and Leftists

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At least this past week we have been able to breathe a sigh of relief. I am not referring to the fact that we now know that a military conflict with North Korea and China is a lot more unlikely. We have been able to breathe a sigh of relief because we now know we have proof that the Democrats, and the American left won’t realistically stand a chance of painting the United States blue again for a very long time.

Trump, after all his recent successes, not merely the great result with North Korean denuclearisation, will most likely be elected President for a second term. The left worldwide, but especially the American neoliberals and socialists, have lately managed to heap up their funeral pyre.

They have done so by engaging with the most ridiculous forms of identity politics, intersectional feminism, post-modernism, and constantly bringing up racialism. By criticising Trump for sealing a great deal with a former enemy, which would be understood as progressive politics, the kind of politics the left usually wants, they have lost all credibility. It is clear that by now they intend to just criticise Trump for being Trump.

It is unbelievable, but quite humorous, seeing all these moaning lefties on social media accusing Trump of being weak, for meeting with a brutal, violent Asian dictator. That’s the funny part, the same people who before Trump, kept ranting about how the west should hold dialogues with everyone, even those hostile to us, such as Iran, Libya, Palestine, Cuba are now complaining because Trump struck a deal with a man who carries out purges consisting of mass murders in his own country.

Well, so did Fidel Castro in Cuba, but he got to take lovely and smiley pictures with Nelson Mandela and be championed as some sort of human rights and welfare pioneer, praised by leaders globally. Obama, of course, was portrayed as a hero when he managed to push for talks between Palestine and Israel. Palestine is a state basically led by Islamist fundamentalists to this day.

Trump on the other hand, remains a crazy guy for the media, no matter what he does. Well, if Clinton went on national television and told everyone that Trump was making a mistake trusting Kim Jong-un then she must be right! We should listen to the lady that used her personal email to handle CIA information. What a world we live in.

The truth is, that if one looks at American history with a keen eye, it is impossible not to realise that Trump has a much higher chance of getting re-elected rather than being sent home in 2020. So far there have only been five presidents of the USA who historically have not managed to secure a second term. Last time this happened, it was unfortunate, as we had George Bush Sr. lose to a Democrat, after four years in office.

Also, another truth is, that no matter what Guardian, Vox and Washington Post columnists say, Trump’s agreement with North Korea is really one of the greatest breakthroughs in peacekeeping operations we have seen in a while.

The deal ‘the Donald’ struck gives a chance for 32,000 young American soldiers to return home and hug their families, it is also a deal that cost relatively little financially (unlike Obama’s 150 billion dollars to Iran). Kim Jong-un has agreed to export all his nuclear weapons.

If this excellent idea works out in practice, the Korean peninsula will finally be denuclearised, and real efforts can be made for the two Korean regimes to get along. Not to mention prisoners of war, of all factions, get to be released and heard fairly.

More importantly, the agreement includes a clause that expects the USA to withdraw from joint military exercises with South Korea, which will make the North Koreans feel safer, but the main reason for this is to save and cut back on American taxpayers’ money. The air military operations taking place from Guam which involved the USA, Japan and South Korea were becoming incredibly expensive.

The irony is that Trump’s deal is an “America First” deal. As promised he is taking care of the working classes, but the left doesn’t like it one bit and are not even praising him for it.

Who cares about the American left anyways, as a wise internet user once pointed out: “these days the Democratic Party is composed of Hillary Clinton, a few Florida High-School students and a porn actress.”

Donald Trump SLAMS Theresa May as ‘too politically correct’

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In recent times, American President Donald Trump has called British Prime Minister Theresa May ‘too politically correct’ before the G7 Summit in Canada, indicating that her attitude towards him (among other elements) would prevent him from having meaningful talks at that Summit.

He apparently has grown tired of Mrs. May’s ‘school mistress’ tone, not to mention how whenever in discussion with him (mainly via phone calls) he resents her discussing policy as opposed to having a broader agenda, and feeling as though her demands are taking advantage of the special relationship between the US and the UK.

He also seems to resent her criticising him in public whenever she feels that he has stepped out of line, calling her ‘too politically correct’ over her supposedly refuting his claim that there are no no-go zones for the authorities (of which there are).

In response to these criticisms which Trump has allegedly made, Mrs. May had this to say:

‘I just get on and make sure that I’m delivering. That’s the job of any politician.’

This seemingly antagonistic relationship between the two world leaders is a far cry from prior encounters between the two. Theresa May after all was the first world leader to meet Trump following his inauguration, where they infamously held hands and riled much controversy among the left in Britain who hate Trump.

Trump had also previously been willing to do a quick trade deal with Britain post-Brexit. Whether this exchange throws that into jeopardy is now in question.

But Mrs. May wasn’t the only world leader in Trump’s sights involving the G7 Summit. Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, was heavily criticised by Trump for being ‘dishonest and weak’ over the recent trade wars between the two countries. There was also tension between him and the French President Emmanuel Macron, also in contrast to the strong relationship the two had previously had.

Mr. Macron had this to say about Trump prior to the summit:

‘You say the US President doesn’t care at all. Maybe, but nobody is forever.’

His comments seem to indicate that his impact as a world leader doesn’t matter, as one day, he’ll be out of office. He also joked about his country becoming supposedly more isolationist.

Given Trump’s comments and his behaviour at the G7 Summit, whether this will further harm the Special Relationship is yet to be seen. Whether this behaviour will be reflected at his Singapore meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is also yet to be seen. And finally, whether Mrs. May will take Trump’s criticisms on board and will actually try to work with him is yet to be seen. One can only hope that is the outcome. We shall see.

Americans Rally for Tommy Robinson at British Embassy. #FreeTommy

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Americans Rally for Tommy Robinson at British Embassy. #FreeTommy

Americans Rally for Tommy Robinson at British Embassy. #FreeTommy

Posted by Make Britain Great Again on Monday, 4 June 2018

Italy: NOT “racism”, but realism, and common sense Conservatism

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It was only last Thursday, on the 31st of May, that the official ‘Third Italian Republic’ was born. Some Italian media outlets have refered to it as such, because of previous governmental experiences as well as interim ‘technocratic’ experiments, that have failed.

The ‘First Italian Republic’ was the one that lasted the longest, from right after WW2 up until 1992, where what is popularly known as the ‘Second Republic’ came into place due to the disintegration of the leading Socialist Party as well as other mainstream parties. This occured after a nation-wide judicial investigation on political corruption, which involved countless high-ranking Italian politicians. The 1992 case was one of the biggest scandals in the history of the country.

The leadership put together by Matteo Salvini’s League and Luigi Di Maio’s 5star Movement is effectively a government of change, and represents the beginning of a new era. The light at the end of a dark and long tunnel. A tunnel made up of mass immigration from impoverished foreign countries, corruption, high unemployment and a collapsing economy.

However, recently Italians have responded firmly to the situation by voting against the elites, and by trusting to leave their nation in the hands of two eurosceptic parties.

What is truly astonishing about this newly formed government, is the fact that a right wing populist like Salvini and a left leaning one like Di Maio have managed to set their differences aside momentarily, and join together in the quest of reforming Italy’s role within the European Union.

Another incredibly interesting factor, is that Salvini appears to not have backtracked at all on any of his promises regarding immigration. His strong, virile tones, which the Italian left has many times described as “hateful” have not been moderated in any way, but are in fact exactly the same as the ones he used in his campaign.

Just a few days ago Salvini urged the public to not worry, because under his watch (he is now the Minister of Internal Affairs) migrants will “pack their bags” as “the good times are over” for them. Salvini is not “far right” as some of the British and international press have argued, he is just a simple fiscal and social conservative who cares about giving back dignity to his own people.

Regarding immigration, the current Italian government clearly has no problem with legal immigrants who are not on state benefits due to fake refugee statuses nor do they particularly have an issue with other skilled Europeans taking on jobs or degrees in Italy.

The problem with immigration to Italy needs to be adressed in a realist manner, by conservatives with common sense. Italians can no longer accept mass immigration from Africa, due to the fact that most of those immigrants are unskilled and come to the country illegally, with little to no documentation.

Also, northern Africa and the Middle East are a hot-bed for Islamist fundamentalism at the moment and letting in people from these areas is a risk to Italian national security as well as the security of other countries in the EU (including Britain) that some of these who arrive to Italy with boats from Libya decide to travel to at a later date. It is unfortunately in the interest of no European nation to accept large numbers from the high-risk African continent, and in some cases, the Middle East.

If we are to be frank, the rise in illegal immigration to Italy has amounted to 15% every year in the last three years. According to several sources, the number of aliens has reached rediculous and unsustainable levels. In only 2016 nearly 185,000 Africans landed with small motor-boats on the coast of Sicily and the island of Lampedusa. The following year, in 2017, the number was significantly lower but still too high to be acceptable as it was within the 120,000s.

Also, we have to consider, that those are only the numbers of the people who survive the dangerous trips from northern Libya, as many tragically die at sea. This is another reason for Salvini and Di Maio to push forward a policy which could involve military intervention that prevents the migrants from traveling in the first place. It would be a sensible thing to do.

The Italians are now feeling incredibly optimistic about this coalition, led by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, a “middle-way politician” agreed upon by the two victorious parties.

However, of course, we have our usual suspects. The globalist, leftist establishment has been moaning and crying over the immigration and judicial policies that will be adopted. They have been critical of Salvini especially, rather than Di Maio.

Laura Boldrini, a minister from a far-left party has not even given a chance to this government and already accused them out of nowhere of being a “sexist, intolerant and reactionary government”; it was also astonishing to hear journalists from the “Repubblica” centre-left journal call for something to happen to stop them, as according to them Italians have put “Neo-fascists in charge”.

All of these baseless accusations coming from the establishment would make anyone giggle. Let us not take them seriously, or we could take them seriously and tell them that yes, we are tough, we are populist, and we will make changes happen, because the current despicable domestic situation in Italy needs to come to an end.

This leftist reign and corrupt system of power, linked directly to Brussels, needs to be wiped out and replaced with something greater that retrieves the true value and spirit of the inhabitants of the Italian peninsula, our favourite boot.

German MEP THREATENS that the EU will control Italy’s finances

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Earlier this week, Italy’s two anti-EU populist parties tried to form a coalition government but were blocked from power by the country’s President Sergio Mattarella, because he rejected their choice of a deeply Eurosceptic finance minister.

Then on Wednesday, Five Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio attempted to resurrect the populist coalition by offering to withdraw Eurosceptic Paolo Savona as his choice for finance minister.

Now a German MEP has raised the prospect of the EU taking control of Italy’s finances if the Northern League and Five Star Movement do manage to form a government in future. Markus Ferber said the EU Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund could ‘march into Rome’ in echoes of the Greek crisis.

There may well be a new general election later this year in order to break the deadlock.

“The upcoming elections will not be political, but instead a real and true referendum … between who wants Italy to be a free country and who wants it to be servile and enslaved,” League leader Matteo Salvini said on Monday.

“Today Italy is not free; it is occupied financially by Germans, French and eurocrats.”

On Tuesday, European Budget Commissioner Gunther Oettinger said he hoped Italy’s poor economic situation would keep populist parties out of government.

“I can only hope that this will play a role in the election campaign… sending a signal to voters not to hand power to populists on the right and left,” he told German broadcaster Deutsche Welle.

So, every time a country disagrees with Brussels they either have to vote again (Ireland) or lose control of their finances (as in Greece, and now possibly Italy).

Brussels is telling Italy it HAS to retain half a million illegal migrants, vetoes (via its stooge Italian president) a Eurosceptic Italian government, and now threatens to take over its economy and finances. How can ANYONE think this is normal and acceptable democratic behaviour? But Remoaners in Britain apparently do! Thank goodness we are escaping from this dictatorial mess – EVEN if it takes years to do so.

Italian president’s appalling BETRAYAL as he puts Europhile in power

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Italy’s president was last night accused of an appalling betrayal of the democratic will of his people, ignoring impeachment calls and imposing a technocratic government led by a Europhile.

Just hours earlier, Sergio Mattarella had faced calls to be impeached after rejecting plans from the anti-establishment 5-star Movement and Northern League parties to install a Eurosceptic as the country’s economy minister.

The populist parties have been trying to form a coalition for nearly three months after the elections on March 4th returned a hung parliament, and wanted anti-euro professor Paolo Savona to head the ministry of the economy.

But Mr Mattarella claimed the country should not have someone in the role who ‘could provoke Italy’s exit from the EU’. His veto plunged the country into turmoil and led to prime minister-designate Giuseppe Conte resigning at the week end after just four days in the job.

This to me really makes my blood boil, the people of Italy voted for an anti-EU party not the other way around.

I’ve been waiting a whole week for this new Populist government to be formed, only for it to be blocked at the last minute.

I hope Mr Mattarella gets impeached for this.

Invitation to the Trump Rally on the 14th of July 2018

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I am delighted to inform you we are organising a welcome rally for Trump during his visit to London.

He has thousands upon thousands of fans here in the UK and we want to let him know how much we support him and back his visit to our country and so decided what better way to demonstrate this than by holding a rally which will include several high profile speakers.

The rally will be held outside the American Embassy on Saturday 14th July 2018 between 10.00am and 2.00pm.

We have invited the Football Lads Alliance, the Democratic Football Lads Alliance, UKIP London, Tommy Robinson, KT Hopkins, and the Veterans Against Terrorism, to march with us.

Details:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wPt4Z5O1eY

We are a Tea Party style group called the People’s Charter who have adopted his great election campaign slogan as ‘Make Britain Great Again’.

We aim to highlight issues of importance in the current political spectrum. We do not advocate any type of aggressive activism, and have a strict policy of decorum and polite behaviour which our members must adhere to.

We marched for Trump already in Birmingham:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlYlJ9C5MzA

We would greatly appreciate it you could promote the rally and help us gain even more momentum. We already have at least a thousand people who have confirmed they will attend and we have only just started to publicise the event.

Luke Nash-Jones

Director

The People’s Charter Foundation

‘America is respected around the World’ says Donald Trump

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USA President Donald Trump said Thursday that America is respected around the globe again as a result of his leadership as he celebrated the release of the three detainees from North Korea at a rally in Indiana.

Mr Trump said his approach to dealing with North Korea is ‘leading to some very big things’.

Riding high from the prisoner release, Trump mocked former President Barack (Cheatin’) Obama for what amounted to a ransom payment to Iran during his administration to ensure the safe return of the five detainees from Tehran.

Trump thanked Kim for freeing ‘the folks early in Maryland earlier in the day, saying it was ‘sort of understood’ they’d be released during his planned summit with the 33-year-old despot.

Later on Thursday Trump announced that his first-ever in person meeting with Kim would take place in Singapore on Tuesday June 12th.

Trump also said this week that he will also be pulling out of the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal that was negotiated with Tehran in 2015.

Trump pulling out of the Iran deal was a super smart thing to do and helping free the North Korean detainees was very heroic of him to do. I can just hear Iran throwing their toys out of their pram now. Keep it up Mr Trump, and no we’re not getting tired of winning.

Triggered Liberals start a Facebook Campaign against President Trump

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Continuing with the liberal hysteria against President Trump, there is yet another campaign to resist him, as per usual. This time it is done through the medium of song. A Facebook campaign has been set up by anti-Trump Brits to get the 2004 song American Idiot by pop punk band Green Day to the top of the charts when he arrives to show how much ordinary Brits supposedly hate him.

The song first released in 2004 was a strong condemnation of the then Bush administration, something reflected in the parent album’s themes and lyrics. The album was a huge success at the time, topping the charts in numerous countries and going multi-platinum on both sides of the pond.

The band since then have not been shy to display their political views, mainly their frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, who backed Barrack Obama in both 2008 and 2012, and has been a staunch critic of President Trump, often namedropping him in concert and calling for him to be impeached numerous times.

This campaign is following the same playbook, with the page posting various anti-Trump posts and heavily criticising any Trump supporter who calls out the author of the page, claiming that they ‘don’t care’ about the opinions of the dissenters. So much so that they are responding at all.

Social campaigns have been used before to advocate similar messages. This came to a head in 2009 when a Facebook campaign was used to get Rage Against The Machine’s Killing In The Name to Number 1 to prevent the then X Factor winner Joe McElderry gaining the top spot to protest the show’s then monopoly to get the token Christmas Number 1.

Similar themed campaigns continued years later to much less success, including getting AC/DC’s Highway To Hell and Iron Maiden’s The Number Of The Beast to Number 1. The former came to number 4 and the latter went to number 44.

A counter campaign has also begun on Facebook, advocating getting the 1984 song We’re Not Gonna Take It by Twisted Sister to Number 1 at the same time. That song was used frequently throughout Trump’s rallies, showing his anti-establishment stance and how that reflected the anger and angst of ordinary Americans towards it.

President Trump will officially arrive in Britain on the 13th of July 2018. Whether either campaign will be successful is yet to be seen.

Iran is not our friend, but let’s tread lightly regardless

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Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu gave what resembled a press conference in which he openly accused the state of Iran of not abiding by the 2015 Nuclear Deal.

According to the Israelis, they have further proof than what was given on air with a rather bizarre powerpoint presentation, that Iran is actually optimising its nuclear arsenal for military purposes.

Now, the fact remains that we do not really know enough details at this moment in time, in order for us Westerners and Americophiles to verify whether the information put forward by Israeli intelligence and Netanyahu is reliable.

However, what we do know is that the Israel is and will remain our greatest ally in the Middle East, and this is not going to change anytime soon. We have the duty to take their concerns seriously. The recommendation that I am sure anyone would give to the Trump administration is to tread lightly.

In this situation, it is the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that needs to be called into immediate action, before we jump to any conclusions.

Any military conflict with Iran needs to be avoided as it could lead to serious diplomatic hostilities with Putin, in the best case scenario. A struggle in the Middle East is not a good idea at the moment given we are all on same boat when it comes to fighting off ISIS and Al-Qaeda divisions.

Also, not to mention that escalation with Iran could cause more serious problems to Israel and Saudi Arabia. The latter has recently undergone a great reform under Mohammed bin Salman, who is certainly more pro-Western than his predecessors and needs time and stability to conclude his investigations on the extremist attitudes of the old Saudi administrations.

With regards to Iran, it was merely last summer that the IAEA told the world that Iran was not breaking any rules of the agreement. This agreement – in case our readers did not know – is called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. If Iran has not really stopped producing uranium at medium enrichment, and is not only using its enrichment capacities for civilian purposes, while continuing to use its centrifuges at full extent instead of cutting the numbers down by two-thirds which is what agreed to do three years ago, then we shall find out.

Momentarily, we can expect Trump to be working closely with Netanyahu’s government and make a decision by May 12th. What we must avoid is giving the impression that we are hostile to them and take the word of Israel for everything without hard proof.

Also, Trump should keep in mind that cracking down on Iran by being tough but fair at the same time can send a signal to the North Koreans and make them slightly intimidated, as they should be, but without ruining the positive environment that has recently and surprisingly created itself (benevolence between the two Koreas), by making them think they are dealing with a warmonger they need to defend themselves against at any cost.

As James Mattiss from the United States Central Command once said  “There are plenty of ways to deal with Iran’s misconduct.” Leaving the accord would give Iran more freedom to do whatever they please with nuclear weaponisation, and although strong economic sanctions would be reinstated, this doesn’t mean that we will be able to keep an eye on them.

Trump must not put an end to the Iran deal, not just yet. To those who question why Iran having those potent weapons is a dangerous and unacceptable while Israel isn’t – we only have to remind them that Iran is an ultra-conservative Islamic state that practices Sharia law. Their rulers, both political and religious, have called several times for the destruction of Israel – a bastion for civilisation and modernity in the Middle East. Therefore, Iran is not our friend, not just yet.

Windrush hysteria: The far-left monopolises discourse.

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So where to begin?… Last week we had the great pleasure and honour in London to have a flock of communists led by Labour’s Diane Abbott and others marching rather aggressively to protest for nothing.

Yes that’s right, they protested for absolutely no reason. They claimed of course, to be representing the immigrants from the ‘Windrush generation’; a number of people originating from the Caribbean Isles who legally came to Britain on large ships between the end of the 1940s and the beginning of the 1970s.

The crowd, which featured a series of screaming and ranting feminists, and a few immigrants with poor English language skills, as well as Guardian journalists such as Gary Younge, put on a ridiculous yet entertaining show. What is certain is that in no way did these protesters in Brixton, London represent those who in the 20th century desperately came to Britain in search for a better life.

As a matter of fact, those in Brixton the other day were neither desperate nor Caribbean. Apart from a few exceptions, those who attend a march which resembled some sort of leftist trolling attempt, were mainly a bunch of white, spoilt, middle class brats who feel the need to indulge in “revolutionary” activity because of their boring daily lives and over-indoctrination by the BBC and Channel 4.

On top of all of this, Theresa May, who attempted to pursue calming measures by apologising to Windrush children and Caribbean leaders, was blamed by a vast majority of public opinion for leading a government that apparently has not been transparent enough on this issue.

No one here is interested in defending May’s statements, or attacking the left further – since it is clear that they have ridiculed themselves enough with their silly parade.

However, what needs to be said, is that the Windrush situation is complicated and not easy to grasp. Therefore, it can be difficult to develop a solid opinion or stance on this particular issue. The questions arise; “are these people legal?”, “are they illegal?”. There is no answer to this question, since it is really a matter of how one looks at it, of one’s perspective, effectively.

The number of Commonwealth migrants who came to Britain before 1971 reached about 524,000. Those who did not get British citizenship from that large group only number about 57,000 – and among those are the ones who may be affected by government immigration policies.

We have to consider that what we are dealing with here, are a great number of people, originating from economically deprived areas of the Caribbean territories, who have had an awfully hard time integrating with the British way of life.

If we consider the fact that some of those who came on ships more than fifty years ago were undocumented and brought with them children and grandchildren who were also undocumented with no paperwork proving their status, than it is hard for us to consider them legal. How is it fair that those who lack documents get to access free healthcare, and work in the United Kingdom? It is for this reason that the current Conservative government feels forced to determine who has the right to stay and who doesn’t. It is not an easy task.

The British Nationality Act 1948 gave citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies statues to everyone who was a British subject who was connected with the UK or a British colony.

Anyone who arrived in the UK from a Commonwealth country before 1973 has a legal right to stay in this country, unless they left the UK for more than two years. They have been told that they have to prove they are eligible to stay – but the landing cards recording their arrival dates were destroyed in 2010, so they have no proof.

This is a time where the British nation has the opportunity to simply decide. Decide for themselves, who they want to welcome into their country, and how they want them to contribute.

What everyone desires is a fair, but solid and sensible, immigration policy. Illegal immigrants will have to go. Some will be able to stay. Just like some Windrush children are legal while others aren’t.

It’s all part of the ‘rebuilding process’. The way forward is to admit that immigration is not merely about jobs and the economy. It is mainly about behavioural patterns. We will have to come to terms with this sooner or later. Preferably sooner, rather than later.

French President Macron urges EU to shun populism

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This week in Strasbourg saw two major debates on Russia and Syria. We were also honoured with Jupiter, the supreme god of the skies, thunder and lightening, aka President Macron.

He strutted his PR rhetoric, beaming the smile, a gimlet eye here and there and a step back and a tight grip on the podium for the showman, the new king of the European federalists.

The majority of MEPs and the Commission were in awe of Jupiter and his message of more taxation, more Europe and more of everything the voters are becoming to despise.

He promised an “off with their heads” message to the populists, the greatest threat his kingdom had seen since the Revolution.

He was proud of his country bombing Syria, because it showed the international community he was tough.

Each group leader was allowed a few minutes to pay homage to their new god, and they did.

The hard left, socialists, Greens and liberals all wanted higher taxes, tax harmonisation, green stuff and to tax the digital economy.

Merkel’s bunch were no better. They wanted all the taxation plus more Europe.

The leader of the ECR group, British Conservative, Syed Kamall, was in thrall too, begging Jupiter to offer us a few scraps to help Brexit along. The grovelling was nauseous.

Then Jupiter’s crown wobbled a bit when the French EFDD and ENF leaders spoke. It was like listening to the Brexit arguments all over again. Non grand Europe! No to open borders, no to immigration, no, non, no. It was a bit Thatcher-like.

Once he had replied robustly and angrily to my colleagues, the second round of speakers commenced. Speakers from each group were called according to their numbers of MEPs, providing they had indicated they would like to speak. We were last, with three of us, including me, indicating we would like to speak. President Tajani avoided our eyes and closed the speaking time. Nigel Farage had also left in disgust.

That’s how the EU works.

British Government BACKS Massacre of White Africans

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Emails by Harriett Baldwin, the Minister Of State for Africa, express that the British government “understands” the need for land to be stolen from whites in South Africa, without compensation. In fact, she even “welcomes” such, while likely fully aware of the horrific violence resultant from similar land invasions in Zimbabwe.

We presume then that the British government is also demanding that whites leave Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA? Is it going to expect the English to all leave Britain and return to Germany and Denmark, where the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes hail from?

In February, South Africa’s far-left communist ruling-majority party, the ANC, was fearful that the new spin-off group, Economic Freedom Fighters, was becoming very popular with the youth, for its call to step up anti-white rhetoric. Already South Africa effectively bans whites from applying for jobs, but EFF leader Julius Malema spoke of war against whites, of killing them.

The ANC fears that their members will defect to Julius Malema’s party and that he could take a number of their seats in future elections. In order to maintain their dominance, they adopted one of his key and most racist policies: nationalising all white-owned land. A bill calling for black supremacist land invasions was passed through the South African Parliament with a strong majority of over 70%, and with almost universal cross-party support. The only real objection was from the Freedom Front Plus party that I met with at the European Parliament recently.

The UK government’s statement, which was sent to a constituent of Jeremy Hunt, reads: “The British Government understands the need for land reform in South Africa and we welcome the South African Government’s assurance that ‘the process of land distribution would be orderly within South African laws and taking into consideration both the social and economic impact.’

“We further welcome President Ramaphosa’s commitment that land reform will be carried out ‘without negatively affecting economic growth, agricultural production and food security’ and his assurance that he would ‘not allow any smash and grab interventions.’”

The constituent stated, “I’m deeply saddened to hear that my government is condemning the white farmers although I’m not surprised. We’ve done it before. We turned our backs on Rhodesia (a country once described as the bread basket of Africa that recently went through a famine because of the very policies that are now being put into place in South Africa)”

David Kurten AM stated: “The UK govenment’s decision to support Zimbabwe-style farm confiscations in South Africa is astounding. This is at best, completely naïve, and ignores the current wave of violence and murders of famers, which is likely to increase. It will encourage hardcore elements who call white farmers ‘criminals’ who are guilty of ‘original sin’ on the basis of their skin colour.”

“Theresa May’s government is now supporting Marxist-Leninist confiscation of land without compensation, which is what the ANC called for in its conference last year. It is not conservative and it is not fit for purpose.”

Theresa May needs to step back and de-escalate the tensions with Russia

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As AJP Taylor said of 1914: “Nowhere was there a conscious determination to provoke a war. Statesmen miscalculated [and] became prisoners of their own weapons. The great armies, accumulated to provide security and preserve the peace, carried the nations to war by their own weight.” I wonder what Taylor would have said of Trump’s “Get ready Russia” tweet.

(Acknowledgements to Simon Jenkins / The Guardian 13/04/18)

Theresa May should be extremely cautious in committing Britain to any military adventure in the Middle East. Rising above the temptation to follow the US, where strategy regarding the American military presence in Syria seems to change daily, will be a test not just of her domestic political nous but a strong signal that Britain, in the prelude to Brexit, really is carving its own place as independent in all matters and capable of standing alone.

Critical to the safety of Britain and Europe is a de-escalation of the current tensions between our country and Russia.  Horrific though the – possibly miscalculated – nerve-agent attack in Salisbury was and no matter how shocking some people regard the Syrian chlorine gas incident, we should measure whether either of these acts in isolation pose an existential threat to Britain justifying foreign intervention.  

I posit that it does not.

The Skripals are not dead and forty dead Syrians are merely incidental and unfortunate casualties in a civil war that is nothing to do with Britain or its future security.  I say that neither incident is worth ten years or more cold war with the second most powerful nation on Earth let alone a hot war.

Diplomatic and political convention demanded a retaliatory response regarding the Salisbury incident.  Quietly and in due course, perhaps within a year, normal diplomatic relations could be resumed and the incident conveniently swept under the carpet.  

It’s called realpolitik. Amicable relations between Russia and Britain are not only good for peace, they are good for the economies of both countries.  Let’s start thinking for ourselves for a change and not hang on to America’s or Europe’s shirt-tails.

As for Syria, British military intervention is not only likely to be ineffectual – as we only have very limited assets in comparison to the major protagonists – it will force Russia to take not only a determined political stance against us but also a military one.  

There is no doubt, in my mind at least, that Russia would retaliate and shoot down RAF aircraft and possibly strike naval forces daring to launch Tomahawk missiles.

Combine that with absolutely no governmental strategy regarding Britain’s long term stance with Syria and the certainty that Assad will remain in power under the aegis of Russia and the stark reality is that any British intervention is utterly ludicrous and recklessly dangerous.

So, to extract Britain from the current headlong rush into political and military conflict, and to put a stamp on Britain’s new independence, I implore Mrs May to take a step back, at least debate the situation in Parliament, and redouble diplomatic initiatives with Russia so that a de-escalation and the resumption of normal relations can take place sooner rather than later.  Her actions now will mark her place in history.

Let’s hope she makes the right decision.

BBC cuts off former British Ambassador to Syria during radio interview

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BBC Radio Scotland: Peter Ford, former British Ambassador to Syria

BBC: There’s a lot of tough talk on all sides here, I wonder where you think it will lead us?

PF: Well I greatly fear that it will lead us to the edge of Armageddon. It’s time to take a deep breath and consider where we’ve got ourselves into as a result of mainly hysteria and distortion. The worst case is that Trump does really launch off with some very unwise, multiple attacks on Syria, and given that Rusian forces are deeply embedded with Syrian forces, in particular air defence, it’s highly likely that scores of Russian soldiers will be killed.

If anyone thinks that Russia will simply take that lying down, I think they need to think again. Russian planes in the last twelve hours have been buzzing US destroyers in the eastern Mediteranean. Please, I think everybody needs to take a deep breath before something truly horrible occurs, affecting the security of us all, including in this country.

We have forces in Syria, the Government don’t like to talk about this, but one was sadly killed a few days ago, revealing the extent of our existing military involvement in Syria. So at the very least, our own forces will be exposed to grave danger.

BBC: Indeed it’s not just the US president though, who’s appauled by what they’ve seen, in terms of these pictures coming from Douma, we’ve had condemnation from President Macron, likewise from Prime Minister Theresa May too.

If it isn’t the sort of military action that you’ve just outlined there, what should be the response to this use of chemical weapons, if it’s proved?

PF: The correct response is obviously, and I think a child could see this, get inspectors onto the alleged site of the alledged offences, and in fact in the last few hours, Russia has offered to provide military escorts for inspectors from the recognised body in this field, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Warfare [OPCW]. This however…
[INTERRUPTION BY BBC]

BBC: And if it’s proved, then what? Because of course we know that Assad has form on this. We’ve had investigations previously, and there has been fairly conclusive proof that chemical agents have been used.

PF: I don’t think that Assad is in the least worried that the inspectors would find out his guilt, because he is probably not guilty, at least on this occasion. I mean we have to engage our brains as well as our emotions here, not be stampeded by those videos, which are decribed as being unverified, but which by dent of being repeated, over and over and over again, come to acquire a spurious credibility.

We have to ask ourselves, what are the sources of the information on which we are on this stampede to war. They are twofold, and I’m sorry but the media are falling down on the job in investigating this, the sources are the Syrian American Medical Society, which is a pro-Islamist propaganda outfit, based in the United States, funded by the CIA…
[INTERUPTION BY BBC]

BBC: So you are saying that, are you saying that these pictures have been staged, are you saying the people haven’t died, that people haven’t been affected…?

PF: Yes! Yes! Yes!
In all probability the incidents have been staged.
Come on, we know how easy it is to fake images for the internet. Look at the images, anybody could stage those, and then the second source is supposed to be so called first responders, who are the first responders? In this case they are the White Helmets, which is another pro-Islamist, Jihadi propaganda outfit, who on the ground have been involved…
[INTERUPTION BY BBC]

BBC: This is an awful lot of effort to discredit Assad…

PF: Please let me finish! Please let me finish! Please let me finish this important point.

The witnesses to the terrible events are people who themselves were involved in beheadings, literally picking up the body parts, and we choose to give credence to testimony from these alledged first responders. I’m sorry but the journalists need to do their…
[BBC STARTS SPEAKING OVER PF]

BBC: But Assad’s reputation was already in, in, Assad’s reputation was already in difficulty…

PF: Could you please stop inter… Would you please let me finish, for at least a whole point?

BBC: Well I’m trying, I’m to ask you a question to prove the point of what you’re making.

PF: You don’t allow, the BBC does not allow questions of important detail to be addressed.

BBC: We have a short period of time, I am trying to probe what you are saying. The point is that Assad’s reputation is already clearly dented, what would be in the interests of these people to stage these events?

PF: Well is that not obvious, a child can see. To have our own leash jerked by these Islamist fanatics. This is what’s going on, and ask yourself, how has it profited Assad?

Please, engage your brain and answer the question. How has Assad benefited from all this mayhem?

In fact it’s rebounded against him. Why would he do such a thing when he was already winning?

The battle for eastern Gouta was virtually over. Why would he choose this moment to do the one thing that would pluck defeat for him from the jaws of victory?

George Soros’s arch-enemy has a name: Viktor Orban

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Viktor Orban, an ardent conservative and eurosceptic proto-nationalist, has just secured his third term as President in his beloved nation, Hungary.

The Hungarians, at least those who have not been affected by the post-WW1 Trianon Pact, are a culturally ugro-finnic language speaking group; they now mainly inhabit a relatively small sized country in eastern Europe that merely contains 10 million inhabitants. These Hungarians have been demonstrated once again to be incredibly nationalistic in spirit and by nature.

By electing Orban for the third time, they have shown to be passionate about certain aspects of their ideal society that they would prefer to mantain. Quite clearly, in Hungary, those who voted for Orban, about 50% of the population, intend to hold on tight to their Christian heritage and refuse to accept the will imposed by the European Union of displacing their own by replacing them with an “army” of cheap labour coming from Africa and the Middle East. An “army” which is neither Christian nor European.

After all, during his campaign, Orban did bluntly accuse the EU of turning Hungary into an “immigrant country” that threatened their Christian identity. By choosing Orban, Hungarians also chose statal security and stability, over excessive liberty and overly compassionate and inclusive politics.

However, it is not the reactionary propositions found in Orban’s programme that should surprise public opinion the most. It is much more interesting, and certainly our duty as journalists, to point out that Viktor Orban is almost exclusively the one mainstream European leader who has pointed a finger at George Soros. Safely we can assume it was his middle one too.

Jokes aside, Orban’s strong and courageous campaign was almost entirely dedicated at destroying the figure of George Soros. He has personally attacked him not only as a pseudo-philanthropist guru but also as individual. Orban and Soros “go way back”, they have known each-other for more than twenty years.

When young Orban studied political science in the prestigious Oxford University it was Soros who sponsored most of Orban’s studies in Britain and connected him with high ranking academics, intellectuals, and visionaries.

Soros was a visionary himself, and towards the end of the eighties he began courting the bright youngsters he believed would fulfil his post-communist ultra liberal fantasies in eastern Europe.

At the time, Soros saw in Orban a future success, especially since the newly-elected president was at the time fervently anti-communist but also quite liberal and certainly not euro-sceptic.

It was in his later years that Orban perceived the threats of border-less nations and deregulated “crony capitalism”. In a matter of a few years, Orban became a robust right winger and anti-EU proponent. The type that favours “illiberal democracy”. The type that turns his back on his old mentor Soros, and fights off the threatening billionaire who has not only founded a series of global NGOs but also asserted himself in the financial and academic sector, recently establishing his very own Central European University headquartered in Budapest where students are regularly brainwashed with Frankfurt School neo-Marxist propaganda as they study to obtain political degrees.

Orban is astute, like an old fox, or a snake, perhaps a spooky combination of the two. His story is the story of someone who is a rebel at heart and will not take orders from anyone sitting in a higher position than him, whether that is Soros or the technocrats in Brussels.

Soros is the magnate that goes on televisions worldwide telling us that every EU member should accept at least one million undocumented migrants and refugees per year and have them on state benefits. Orban is the paternal, rural man who tells his own people they are special and deserve to have their own living space as well as their own dignity. You choose. I know the Hungarians already have.

 

Five countries TERRIFIED of Brexit as the UK’s EU divorce looms

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A bad Brexit deal is looking like it won’t be such plain sailing after all for five EU member states, according to the Express.

Denmark’s fishing industry relies on access to UK waters for 30-40% of their revenue, acording to the Danish Prime minister. 40% of the Dutch economy is coastal, fishing being an important component, leaves them likewise exposed to any loss of access.

Spain has talked tough on Gibraltar but the stoic people of the Rock have begun to turn the tables, reciprocating by threatening to refuse access to the 13,000 Spanish nationals who commute to work each day in their lucrative financial sector if they are not treated fairly.

While Frankfurt may be set to gain 10,000 banking jobs from the City, a bad deal for the UK would result in far greater damage to German industry.

France faces similar risks, alongside the potential disruption of trade between Calais and Dover.

I was never a conspiracy theorist, but now…

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Skripal, Russia, Punish a Muslim, Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act to prevent far right extremists entering the country, what is going on?

Today, followers of Islam are in fear of being attacked by a letter seemingly sent by haters of Muslims. The Conservative government, led by a Muslim and very personable, telegenic cabinet member, Sajid Javid, condemns the letter.

But who was it sent by – the Far Right ‘Islamophobics’ to stir up hate and division? Has anyone managed to reveal who the perpetrators are, after all, social media is brilliant at this? What is the ‘points system’ used here, where do you cash in your points mean prizes to prove you attacked a Muslim?

Or is it a false flag campaign created by the Left in order to fuel a victimhood narrative, shut down critics of Radical Islam, coupled with a decent PR campaign from across Parliament to show solidarity with Muslims?

The Skripal/Russia story broke the very week David Davis, supposedly the man in charge of Brexit negotiations, slipped across the channel and sold us up the river to Monsieur Barnier where Britain leaves the EU in name only.

At the same time the horrific details of the Telford sexual grooming gang were revealed.

There are more questions unanswered in the Skripal case than answered. The policeman who was hospitalised made a full recovery (thankfully) but there was a very stern statement to the media not to contact him or make any enquiries about his poisoning and hospital stay.

Russian citizen, Yulia Skripal, is making a recovery yet the Russian Embassy has been denied access to her.

So many people came into contact with the Skripals and the nerve agent, apparently. Five grams of Novichok can kill a room of 30 people.

Our ‘friends and allies’ in the EU scrambled to issue statements supporting Britain against Russia. Some were dragged to the statement, like Macron, and expelled some diplomats. And then the day after Mr Putin won a landslide victory in the election, those same leaders were quicker off the starting block to issue warm congratulations to the new Russian President.

A ruse to keep us safe within the arms of the EU with its new shiny army and defence structure?

Then last month two young people, a US citizen and her Austrian boyfriend, were detained in the UK under Section 7 of the Terrorism Act for being far right extremists and then deported. A few days later, their friend, a Canadian citizen, Lauren Southern, was detained and questioned under the same Act by British police at Calais and was refused entry.

She had been speaking at an event in Flanders and had travelled there and through France with no impediment. I rescued her from Calais and brought her to Strasbourg to speak in the EU Parliament, no detention there either.

Listening to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme recently there was a piece on Radical Islam and how to deal with jihadis. They ‘balanced’ the programme by talking about far right extremists. Where is the relevance? Yes, we do have a few nut jobs but nothing on the scale of the 30,000 terror suspects under surveillance, the 500 fighting jihadis who have returned from the Middle East and the 1000 jihadi brides about to return to their ‘homes’ in the West. And they’re the ones we know about.

Yet three young people, one an EU citizen and one a Commonwealth citizen, were detained. When asked about this the hapless Home Secretary said it was nothing to do with her but a police operations and intelligence decision. The police, terrorism and borders come under her remit.

From the taped conversation between Lauren’s father and the policeman, I heard the embarrassment of the policeman apologising and trying to explain to Lauren’s father why she had been detained, after all, the policeman said, she had done nothing wrong.

There are more questions than answers in all the above cases.

When heroes are not good enough

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Anyone following up on the news in the past week has heard about Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame. Now, make no mistake, although they don’t always do so in good faith, the mainstream media is absolutely right when they refer to him as a hero.

Lieutenant Beltrame was indeed a hero, someone who sacrificed his life for the French nation, a great European man. It is rare in modern times to find someone of such high moral value.

The Islamist terror attack that took place in Carcasonne and Trebes, in southwestern France, was another of our routine tragic events that take place in geographical Europe.

The gunman was a 25 year old fanatic who pledged allegiance to ISIS while taking the life of Lieutenant Beltrame in a supermarket. Prior to being a victim of homicide, Lieutenant Beltrame managed to successfully negotiate the freedom of other innocents present there in exchange for his own life.

That being said, there is one thing that surely bothers those who have read about this particular terror attack. The vile primitive being that conducted the attack, Redoauane Lakim, had been on a watch list for more than four years. Not four months, four years.

On top of that, Lakim was allowed to live relatively freely in the country instead of being punished severely for a series of past drug-related offenses. Moreover, if he had wanted he could have easily moved around the European Union territory without too much difficulty. Perhaps, even reach Syria to fight for ISIS. After all, this has happened on several occasions.

While the media and the establishment, including the French President Macron, of course, overly focus on Lieutenant Beltrame’s heroic deed there are more terrorists out there just like Lakim who are ready to strike.

How many more heroes are we going to need to halt them? Are we supposed to just sit down and wait hoping that next time someone else from the police forces will be a hero? We need answers.

People across the continent cannot continue to fall for the propaganda pursued by liberal governments anymore. What the mainstream media now wants you to believe is that there are heroic men who will give their life for you if your time comes or that “everything is under control”.

This is a false sentiment. Islamist terrorism is having one of its greatest moments in history. Our enemies know very well that the situation has been tilted in their favour so much that there is only so much the European Union, and our individual state authorities and intelligence can do to stop them.

You might say; this is what happens when you let large numbers of undocumented people in illegally. However, the same happens when you let in the same large numbers of people in legally, who tend to reproduce with more frequency than the Occidental man, and let them live in free housing usually available in low market neighbourhoods where there is no chance for actual integration.

We have already lost the psychological war. The media expect us to feel acceptance fused with a sentiment of denial over terrorism. One must only briefly remember one of Sadiq Khan’s old statements about how terrorism is part and parcel of living in a “great global city”.

The matter of the fact is people are not even really surprised when they hear about terror related incidents. On the contrary, the average person is more than happy to take his “fifteen minutes of glory” offered by the media that talks about great heroes, and great multicultural futuristic visions.

The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Le Monde, New York Times, and other news outlets will happily publish a heart-breaking and tear-jerking article every now and then about how we are fighting terrorism with heroic deeds or lighting candles in some random European capital.

They do this because they have no real answers to provide towards the Islamist terror question, and because they want to distract from reality; and take your attention away from the fact that still today there has been no military operation in conjunction with NATO and the European Union forces against ISIS on the Libyan shores and there have not been mass expulsions of people on watch-lists.

Meanwhile, the Americans and Russians are too busy being counterproductive and backing different anti-ISIS forces in Syria.

Our nations are constantly under threat, suffering vicious attacks perpetrated against us because of who we are and what we represent. We are the West, and sorry but heroes are not good enough anymore.

Mabna Institute: Iranian University “targeted Western educational institutions” in hacking scandal

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The US Department of Justice has levelled a series of federal charges against nine members of an Iranian firm, which officials say worked on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and other Iranian clients to steal email credentials and more than 31 terabytes of files from universities, companies, government agencies and non-governmental organisations.

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre issued a statement saying that it: “assesses with high confidence that the Mabna Institute are almost certainly responsible for a multi-year Computer Network Exploitation campaign targeting universities in the UK, the US, as well as other Western nations, primarily for the purposes of intellectual property (IP) theft.”

In a government statement the UK Foreign Office Minister for Cyber, Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, welcomed the US indictments saying: “It demonstrates our willingness and ability to respond collectively to cyber-attacks using all levers at our disposal. Today’s action is a further step demonstrating that malicious cyber-activity will not go unpunished. Mabna Institute employees can no longer travel freely, curtailing their career prospects outside of Iran.”

DOJ officials claim the Mabna Institute successfully hacked nearly 8,000 professor email accounts at 144 U.S. universities (and 176 more around the world), exfiltrating assets that American universities spent close to US$ 3.4 billion (£2.4 billion) on procuring and maintaining during the course of the malicious campaign.

The firm would then allegedly sell or distribute the stolen data to Iranian universities and other clients, supplying them with scientific research and intelligence that they could not obtain through honest means.

According to the indictment, the accused hackers performed reconnaissance on tens of thousands of university professors to ascertain their research interests, before launching spear phishing campaigns against their chosen targets.

The phishing emails were designed to look like correspondence from fellow professors expressing an interest in a victim’s published articles, and contained links to what supposedly were additional articles.

However, when victims clicked on the link, they were actually redirected to a malicious phishing domain that appeared to be a log-in page for their own university network – a ruse intended to make them think they were logged out of the system so they would enter their credentials, thus exposing them.

In total, over 100,000 professor accounts were targeted during the course of the operation, the indictment states.

The indictment comes in uncertain times, as the Trump administration ponders the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), informally known as the nuclear accord reached between the US and Iran in October 2015.

Some analysts believe this agreement prompted Tehran to scale back on major disruptive cyber-attacks against the US, in anticipation of lighter sanctions against the Middle Eastern regime. However, if proven true, this latest reported incident suggests that Iran continues to aggressively hack targets behind the scenes.

Speaker of parliament impresses Italians by taking a public bus on first day on the job

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Roberto Fico, the new populist (Five Star) President of Italy’s lower house, has raised eyebrows and received high praise for travelling to work by bus.

Although this may have been largely for practical reasons (apparently the queue at the taxi rank was quite long), it has been seen as highly symbolic and garnered national media attention.

For a nation that has long endured their politicians availing themselves of any and all available perks, irrespective of cost or practicality, this has been taken by many as an augur of impending reform.

It remains unclear whether a populist government (a coalition between the League and Five Star) will ultimately form, though obstacles seem less insurmountable and the likelihood may be increasing.

The alternative, and what had seemed a foregone conclusion before the recent election, a right-wing coalition including the League and Berlusconi’s Forza Italia, having a collective 37% share of the vote (versus 32% for Five Star) remains possible if not probable.

However, the League outperformed Forza Italia during Italy’s populist surge, calling this arrangement into question; the League is unwilling to be the junior partner as it commanded a greater share of the vote.

The outcome may well rest on personalities more than politics, as to whether the two populist parties can reach an agreement, which would see a government hostile to the Euro and further integration in Europe’s wealthiest southern state, and perhaps the next domino to fall on the road to the demise of the EU.

Brexit-inspired Italian electorate makes Brussels Eurocrats tremble in fear.

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For years, the Italian establishment, that old and stubborn political class close to Matteo Renzi’s centre-Left (former PM) and Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-Right (also former PM), has convinced Italian people that they had no option but to kneel down to the will of the European Union.

This of course, meant unquestionable support for the Central European banking system, Franco-German authoritarian imposition, and a disproportionate percentage of Italian laws to be decided in the Belgian non-nation, as Nigel Farage once referred to it, no offence, of course.

Italians have been along with other Europeans protagonists of history and have both culturally and socially contributed to the apparent democratic, secular, Western civilisation we have today. It is for this reason, that the common Italian man is starting to feel nauseated by this EU which appears as a giant, secured prison that is almost impossible to escape from. On March 4th, 2018, the populist and patriotic forces showed their great strength, winning the Italian election. More on that later.

We have to be honest, the Italian economy is a lot poorer than the ones of the nations to the north of the country. However, that Mediterranean pride comes out sometimes, and the average Italian now asks himself “Britain had a referendum, they left, so why can’t we?” or “Look, Britain democratically left the EU and now the Germans are acting like vengeful villains again”.

The post-war scenario did change a lot of things. Italians sympathise a lot more with the Atlantic powers, with the United States and United Kingdom rather than with the Germans. It’s no secret. It is what happens when you are not treated fairly. On the contrary, you have an out of touch middle-aged woman called Merkel telling you what to do, telling you how many refugees and illegal immigrants you have to take in each year when your own people are starving and sleeping in parked cars.

Angela Merkel, also known as the “fake Conservative”, is one of the most despised individuals in the peninsula; ironically she is probably hated more than Josip Broz Tito’s Communists who conducted mass killings of innocent Italians in Croatia and Slovenia after WW2.

The most recent elections that happened last week demonstrated that now there truly is a market for Eurosceptic ideas in the country. Matteo Salvini, from the older Northern League Party, who has met Trump before, and is a robust Eurosceptic economic nationalist and conservative, has often praised the results of the EU referendum in Britain.

His party was the most voted in the Italian right-wing coalition, and his chances of being nominated Prime Minister in the near future are quite high. He has promised the electorate that he will re-consider Italy’s involvement in the EU, and certainly hasn’t toned down his anti-Euro Currency rhetoric unlike the more centrist but populist 5-Star Movement.

Salvini is a bit like the Farage of Italy; he is a virile man who likes to smoke and have a few drinks with friends. He is the hero of the working and middle classes. He believes that once he is Prime Minister it will be the people who ask him for a referendum, the same people that like him are fed up with mass immigration from Africa imposed by the EU, as well as the destruction of the agriculture and fishing sector.

On the other winning side, we have Luigi Di Maio’s party, externally maneuvered by millionaire, comedian, Beppe Grillo, who in the past has been a close ally of Farage at a European level. Grillo who for years campaigned to not only leave the Euro, but the EU as a whole, has now told his party officials to tred lightly on the EU issue.

The 5-star movement has obtained almost 33% of the vote, and has been the most voted party (without alliances) precisely because during the initial campaign it has asserted itself as a force that will not be bullied by the EU, and expects Italy to be treated equally to France and Germany.

If things don’t change quickly, especially with regards to the Schengen agreement and immigration, both Di Maio and Salvini have said that they will choose to opt out of the bloc.

Now, after the elections, which have basically accidentally gave birth to the Italian “Third Republic”, there is somewhat of a stalemate, since it is unclear whether the Prime Minister will be one from the Northern League or from 5-star.

Nonetheless, there will be an extremely euro-sceptic government in place, one that recognises that the world is not only made of EU suit and tie bureaucrats who lack the charisma and humanity to lead real nations with an identity that goes beyond economic affairs and candle-lighting gatherings to justify undemocratic multiculturalism.

Mainstream news outlets talk about France or the Netherlands being the possible next ones to the leave the EU. They are wrong. They underestimate the pain and suffering the southern Europeans have gone through, an entire population which is ready to revolt against the establishment like never before, and give the thumbs up, and reach out to the new or maybe old saviours of western civilisation.

The Americans and Brits have already began to construct their New World Order, one of tradition, and solid democratic values. Italy wants to, and can be part of this project.

 

US Judge Gives President the Green Light for Mexico Wall

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A US judge, who was once criticized for his Mexican heritage by President Donald Trump, has ruled that the Trump administration has the authority to waive environmental restrictions to build a wall on the US-Mexican border, according to a court document.

In January, DHS announced it had waived environmental, natural resource and land management laws to speed up the construction of a border barrier in the US State of New Mexico. This came after The Centre for Biological Diversity and other conservation groups challenged the Homeland Security Department’s use of a 2005 congressional authorisation to continue ignoring the Endangered Species Act and other laws during border-security construction.

They argued that the 2005 waiver authorisation — part of the REAL ID Act — was intended only to expedite specific lengths of fence built by the George W. Bush administration in areas of frequent illegal border crossings.DHS plans to replace an old barrier along a 20-mile segment of the border with a see-through wall.

As a presidential candidate, Trump drew fierce criticism in June 2016 when he said that Curiel, who was born in the US state of Indiana to parents who emigrated from Mexico, was biased against him due to his Mexican heritage.

Curiel’s border wall ruling on Tuesday focused on “whether the Congress has the power under the US Constitution to enact the challenged law and whether the Secretary of Department of Homeland Security properly exercised the powers delegated by Congress,” the document said.

Center for Biological Diversity attorney Brian Segee said his organisation would appeal the ruling.

“The Trump administration has completely overreached its authority in its rush to build this destructive, senseless wall,” Segee said. “They’re giving unprecedented, sweeping power to an unelected agency chief to ignore dozens of laws and crash through hundreds of miles of spectacular borderlands. This is unconstitutional and shouldn’t be allowed to stand.”

President Trump Threatens the EU

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President Donald Trump on Saturday threatened the European Union with increased taxes on automobile imports while slamming the “very stupid trade deals and policies” struck by his predecessors, as his administration continues to defend his decision this week to impose unilateral tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

“The United States has an $800 Billion Dollar Yearly Trade Deficit because of our “very stupid” trade deals and policies,” the president wrote on Twitter. “Our jobs and wealth are being given to other countries that have taken advantage of us for years. They laugh at what fools our leaders have been. No more!”

He added: “If the E.U. wants to further increase their already massive tariffs and barriers on U.S. companies doing business there, we will simply apply a Tax on their Cars which freely pour into the U.S,” Trump added. “They make it impossible for our cars (and more) to sell there. Big trade imbalance!”

On Thursday, Trump announced plans to levy a 25 percent tax on steel imports and 10 percent on aluminum imports to protect U.S. national security interests. His decision caused a drop in stock markets and was criticised by many Republican lawmakers.

Many countries, including U.S. allies like Canada, said they opposed the proposal. In its response, the European Union said it would consider imposing retaliatory tariffs on politically sensitive products from Republican-run states, including motorcycles, clothing and alcohol.

Despite his threat, Trump would not be able to impose tariffs on the E.U cars without going through a formal process, like the administration did for steel and aluminium tariffs — otherwise Congress would need to act.

Mixed feelings for “young Le Pen” at CPAC

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First and foremost, let us get one thing straight to avoid any confusion; Marion is not Marine. Nonetheless, just like her aunt Marine Le Pen, the young lady does not fail to present herself as a risk-taker, a dominant, robust social conservative who does not back away from a challenge.

In this case, the challenge meant giving a speech in a foreign language, thousands of miles from home, on the other side of the Atlantic ocean, to a huge crowd of free-market obsessed, gun worshiping, American Republicans. Not all of them were happy and not all of them were appeased by Marion’s aesthetically pleasing looks.

The twenty-eight year old niece of the notorious “Devil of the Republic”, Jean-Marie Le Pen, gave a magnificent yet apparently controversial speech at the popular Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) just over a week ago.

Marion Le Pen’s positions are more to the right than any classical liberal or conservative. We should not feel the need to lie about that and compare her to a random candidate who falls on the losing side of the 2016 Republican primaries (a few of those were already present at CPAC).

Marion’s values are those of authority, nation, state, strong traditional family unit and many more. She is a devout Catholic, and unlike her aunt Marine, during the French elections last year, she campaigned for much more than just immigration reform. Most of her focus was on anti-abortion and preventing the degeneration of the traditional norms of society. She has strongly spoken out against homosexual adoption as well.

Several political analysts and commentators have stated that even if very young, she would have made a stronger candidate for the Front National than her aunt.

Her ten minute speech at CPAC was followed by constant clapping and cheering. A few Americans felt it was appropriate to yell “Vive la France!” at her. She outlined how important it was for conservatives worldwide to unite against globalism and mass immigration.

Marion even gave Trump her blessing, praising him for his incredible efforts and clearly stating that the only way forward is putting each one of our western countries first, looking after our own interests, our own communities, our own folk.

Marion rhetorically asked the energetic crowd “How did we get here?”, referring to Islamist terrorism and also pointing out that this most certainly was not the France and the Europe that her ancestors fought for in the Second World War. Americans can obviously relate to the struggle so it was necessary for her to point out that somewhere along the way, Western civilisation embarked on a dark path and is now having tremendous difficulties getting back on on track.

Towards the end of her speech, she alluded to sparking the “Conservative flame”; she put forward the idea “that tradition is not the worship of ashes but the preservation of fire”. This particular quote, and her presence at CPAC in general, made a few boring, old and decaying liberals disguised as Republicans, feel uncomfortable. A few of them like Glenn Beck took it on Twitter, complaining that Matt Schlapp, one of the main CPAC organizers, had given a platform to a “national-socialist”. Other Republicans, Ben Shapiro-like figures, very easily triggered by any one slightly more to the right than libertarianism, ironically suggested that next year perhaps Richard Spencer would be the main event.

The ‘American Conservative’,  a fiscally right-wing news outlet, was extremely hostile to Le Pen suggesting that someone who does not believe in privatised healthcare, the elimination of welfare, and wants to reorganise the banking system should not be invited at the event merely for being anti-immigration.

The discussion about the discrepancies between a Europeanist, ‘New Right’, and social movement like the Front National and American Republicanism is a long, and complicated one. However, one that has attentively read this piece will have noticed that I have indirectly and discretely underlined some. Now with the same discretion, it would be appropriate to leave the reader with a simple query:

If we are not able for any reason to come together as social conservatives, and join our efforts as right-wingers, how in the world do we expect to be able to defeat the globalist internationalists who have poured billions in creating this immoral, chaotic system which relies on mass immigration and trans-humanist theory?

Homeland Security marks 15 Year Anniversary

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Celebrating 15 Years of Keeping America Safe:
Fifteen years ago, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) became a Cabinet-level department to coordinate and oversee a national strategy to prevent terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the United States.

Created after September 11, 2001, the move integrated 22 different federal departments and agencies, and unified efforts to secure the nation. DHS has helped transform the way America has secured their nation over the last ten years, making their efforts more agile, proactive, and coordinated.

And a decade after the creation of a Cabinet-level agency bearing that name, homeland security has come to mean much more. It means the coordinated work of hundreds of thousands of dedicated and skilled professionals, and more than ever, of the American public: our businesses and families, communities and faith-based groups. We are safer and more secure than ever before, and DHS stands ready to confront our future challenges.

To watch Vice-President Pence’s full speech, click the link below:
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-vice-president-pence-department-homeland-security-15th-anniversary-event/

Independent MEP Janice Atkinson urges Boris Johnson to ACT NOW to prevent human catastrophe in South Africa

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Independent MEP Janice Atkinson has demanded that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson puts pressure on the South African government to prevent constitutional changes which many believe will pave the way for the ANC government’s seizure, without compensation, of property and land.

Such moves, she warns in a letter to Johnson today, are imminent. They threaten to turn South Africa into another Zimbabwe where Robert Mugabe’s government ruthlessly and often murderously seized property belonging to white settlers and farmers. She adds that such seizures could even be the precursor to South Africa descending into a Rwandan nightmare of genocide and ethnic cleansing.

In her letter Janice says: “The British government has a duty to South Africa because of our cultural links, trading partnership and because it is a Commonwealth member. It is our duty to step in and mediate.

“For far too long the hard Left of the ANC has been taking control. Their policies are increasingly shaped by the Marxist Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) because they are losing votes to that Party’s hatred, divisive racism and its promise to under-educated South Africans that they will be well if they simply take white people’s farms and businesses.”

Janice has been fully briefed on the developing crisis by leading members of the Freedom Front Plus Party (FFP), including Chief Whip Dr Corne Mulder who is an architect of South Africa’s post-apartheid constitution. The FFP is committed to defending the constitutional rights of Afrikaaners.

Janice said: “Scandalously the European Parliament has refused my repeated requests for a debate on a situation. If this were happening in other countries, the EU would properly regard it as a humanitarian catastrophe in the making. Because it is South Africa the EU chooses to turn a blind eye.

“It is clear is that imminent constitutional changes in South Africa will enable the government not only to seize land belonging to white farmers, but also to expropriate businesses, homes as well as conservation projects in the Kruger National Park.

“The world must open its eyes now to what is happening. If it does not it will have blood on its hands for not acting to prevent what will, tragically, be an entirely predictable catastrophe. Hand-wringing after the event will not be good enough.”

Yesterday in South Africa Dr Pieter Groenewald, leader of the FFP, warned that ANC amendments to an EFF Parliamentary motion to amend the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation raised fundamental questions about any form of private ownership of any property in South Africa.

He added that the assertion by the ANC and the EFF that the principle of willing buyer/willing seller was a hindrance to land reform would encourage President Cyril Ramaphosa to use every mechanism at the State’s disposal to carry through his plan of land expropriation.

He said: “I am telling every person in the country that the ANC and its opposition partners will amend the Constitution in this regard. They have a two thirds majority and once the Constitution has been amended, your property can lawfully be taken away from you without compensation.”

USA Scanning Internet to Block ISIS Content

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US Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Tuesday that terrorists will turn to blogs, chat rooms and encrypted chat apps to keep spreading their message online.

In an organised global effort led by social media and internet giants Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter, the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism has been a major asset in government intervention in terrorist recruitment online.

Nielsen highlighted the fact that as companies such as the ones mentioned above, and other technology companies begin to rid their platforms of terror related activity, extremists are attempting to utilise other methods to get their messages across. Nielsen’s comments emphasised the challenges the global community faces in tackling terrorism, and how the rise of technological capabilities and the internet make is easier for terrorists and other criminals to elude authorities.

UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd joined the conference, where she announced a tool designed to detect and block terror related content online. ASI Data Science have developed technology that will analyse Daesh propaganda content, and block that content. The Home Office states that the tool is capable of detecting 94% of propaganda, with an accuracy of 95.995% accuracy.

In a statement she said: “The purpose of these videos is to incite violence in our communities, recruit people to their cause, and attempt to spread fear in our society. We know that automatic technology like this, can heavily disrupt the terrorists’ actions, as well as prevent people from ever being exposed to these horrific images.”

It is a thoroughly promising move for internet giants and governments to form such a partnership to tackle terrorism, and never has it been more necessary, as cyber security and terror come to the fore in the debate surrounding global security.

EU WASTES British tax money on statue of Marx whose ideology KILLED 110 MILLION

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Jean-Claude Juncker, the unelected President of the European Commission, has agreed to open an exhibition to Karl Marx, the father of Communism, in Trier to mark the 200th anniversary of Marx’s birth. The exhibition will also feature a statue of Marx – a waste of British taxpayers’ money!!

The plans have been strongly condemned in Britain and across Europe, especially in the former Communist controlled Eastern European countries where far-Left tyrannies murdered and imprisoned millions of people.

In total, Marxist regimes murdered nearly 110 million people from 1917 to 1987. For perspective on this incredible toll, note that all domestic and foreign wars during the 20th century killed around 35 million. That is, when Marxists control states, Marxism is more deadly than all the wars of the 20th century, including World Wars I and II, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars. (Source: WND.)

Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski, who as a seven-year-old boy fled to Britain with his family from the brutal Communist regime in Poland, demanded that Juncker rejects the invitation and does not attend the commemorative event.

He said: “I think it’s in very poor taste we have to remember that Marxism was all about ripping power and individual means away from people and giving to State.

“Marxism led to the killing of millions around the world as it allowed a small band of fanatics to suppress the people we must learn the lessons from this and share with our children.”

This is all very telling and it sums up what Juncker has in mind for his dream of a European superstate where democracy is just a meaningless word. Indeed, the EU’s lack of democratic accountability and desire to centralise power in an unelected Commission has already been compared to the old Soviet Union by its former leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Perhaps now some of the Remoaners will understand what the EU is really all about!

Can the EU survive the populist takeover?

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The EU elite is facing more upsetting elections as countries continue to vote for populist parties.

The current make-up of the political groupings in the EU Parliament does not reflect what is happening in the nation states’ elections. The socialists and conservatives currently have the largest political groupings. Across the EU, we are seeing a seismic shift to the Right yet the EU ignores this and carries on with damaging policies which are being rejected by the voters.

On 4th March the Italians go to the polls. It is widely expected that the Europe of Nations and Freedom’s Lega Nord, together with the inimitable Silvio Berlusconi, will form a coalition government. The other runner is the left/green Five Star Movement which is doing well but, because they will not form a coalition with other parties, will fail to form a government.

This is good news. One, because my friend, the Lega’s brilliant Matteo Salvini, is likely to become prime minister and two, because it is the joining of the EU’s European People’s Party group with my group, the Europe of Nations and Freedom.

This is significant because this coalition completely sidesteps two other political groups in the European Parliament which sit between the ENF and EPP. The EPP is led by Merkel’s Germans.

In December 2017, the Austrians voted and a coalition was formed by – yes, again, the conservatives in the EPP group and my friends in the Freedom Party of Austria, the FPO, in the ENF group.

Next month also sees important elections in Hungary with Fidesz’s Viktor Orban polling at 60%. He is one of the current hate figures on the Right by the EU elite. Fidesz’s membership of Merkel’s EPP is hanging by a thread, they hold their noses to keep them in the group, otherwise Mutti will lose her group’s majority in the Parliament. Orban is hated because he has had the temerity to secure his borders and reject the EU’s migrant quotas.

And then there is Poland. The PiS party, elected a couple of years ago, has undertaken sweeping reforms which the EU elite dislike so much so that they have reported them for sanctions for implementing democratically elected policies. MEPs will be voting whether to allow the Parliament to invoke Article 7 of the Lisbon Treaty, effectively sanctioning a government for implementing policies they were elected to mandate. My group and I will be voting against this fascist act. They sit in the ECR group, along with the British Conservatives. It is an unhappy alliance.

Both the Polish and Hungarians, including the Czechs, are being fined for refusing to accept migrant quotas. These countries have no history of mass migration by alien cultures and fear for their cultures, identities, rule of law and way of life. Yet the EU insists in sanctioning them for going against the unworkable policies of the EU.

Then later this year the Swedes will go to the polls, with the great Swedish Democrats hopefully forming a coalition government, finally kicking out the ‘first feminist government’ (the one that presided over Swedish cities becoming the rape capital of the world).

And then there are the EU elections in 2019 which, I predict, will see record numbers of ‘populist’ parties elected to the EU.

At that point the EU may collapse. I do hope so.

The French & Rogue States: The Iran Missile Programme

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French President Emmanuel Macron has stated that Tehran’s ballistic missile program must be placed under international surveillance.

France seems to be going along with the Trump administration’s bid to get tougher on Tehran, while preserving the nuclear deal that the US President Donald Trump has threatened to scrap.

With the 2015 deal, aimed at stopping Iran developing nuclear weapons, put in jeopardy by the US president, Britain, France and Germany are working on a plan to pacify him by a 12 May deadline to address Iran’s ballistic missile tests and its regional influence.

Macron said France, one of the signatories to the nuclear deal, wanted to preserve it as nothing better had been offered.

However, he said the use of Iranian-linked missiles in Yemen and Syria needed to be addressed because they were a security problem for French allies.

In January, during President Trump’s first State of The Union Address of 2018, he called on Congress to fix “fundamental flaws” in the landmark nuclear deal between world powers and Iran.

“When the people of Iran rose up against the crimes of their corrupt dictatorship, I did not stay silent,” he said. “America stands with the people of Iran in their courageous struggle for freedom.”

He called on Congress to help pass legislation to fix the 2015 nuclear deal that lifted crippling Western economic sanctions against Tehran in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program.

Iran’s history as a rogue state:
‘Rogue state’ is a controversial term applied by some international theorists to states they consider threatening to the world’s peace. This means being seen to meet certain criteria, such as being ruled by authoritarian governments that severely restrict human rights, sponsoring terrorism and seeking to proliferate weapons of mass destruction.

Iran has been referred to as such since 9/11, when former President Bush concocted the “Axis of Evil’, compromising of Iran, Iraq and North Korea. And these attitudes have continued into the Trump administration, with President Trump stating that, “New threats were emerging from rogue regimes like North Korea, Iran and Syria and the governments that finance and support them”.

Senior Iranian officials have blamed U.S-allied Saudi Arabia, Iran’s Sunni Muslim regional rival, for instability and attacks in the Middle East, and have criticised President Trump’s comments.

Rupa Huq MP SHUTS DOWN speech by Polish anti-Islamism commentator Rafał Ziemkiewicz

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In the last couple of days, Rupa Huq, MP for Ealing Central and Acton, has successfully bullied a Polish writer and social activist, Rafał Ziemkiewicz, who was due to give a speech in Acton criticising Islamism, into cancelling his trip.

Rupa lied in her tweet stating ‘he refused to debate with me’ when what actually happened is Rupa wrote to the Home Office trying to bar his entry into the UK, and when that failed she got her mates in the Metropolitan police to threaten the premises that were due to host the debate with having their licence revoked if they went ahead.

Rupa described Rafał’s intended UK tour as ‘hate speech’. The Guardian published Rupa’s view on why Rafał should be barred from entering the UK but refused to publish Rafał’s letter response to her.

She also claimed that Rafał is a Holocaust denier which is not correct – Rafał actually called for an exhumation of the Jedwabne mass grave – this has been supported by the Mayor of Jedwabne – and the campaign was led by another guy, a historian called Krzysztof Krasowski, who wanted to determine whether the Germans were behind the Jedwabne massacre during the War, which a Princeton professor had claimed was perpetrated by Poles.

This is sheer hypocrisy from Rupa Huq, who has previously suggested that the UK should apologise for creating the state of Israel.

The same Rupa Huq has failed to speak out against the Al Quds March in London where Islamists openly call for the state of Israel to be destroyed. She has failed to call out Shaykh Bahm from South Africa who called Jews ‘fleas’ and who came to speak at an Islamic Conference a few weeks ago, also speaking at the Palestine expo in August last year. She has failed to speak out against Anjem Choudhary being released early from prison.

As outspoken ex-Muslim Shazia Hobbs pointed out in one of the comments: “We allow hate preachers from Pakistan to come to UK & tour mosques, spreading their poison. Hate preachers who are banned from addressing crowds in Pakistan.”

In fact many people spoke out very strongly against Rupa Huq’s censorship.

A few Polish accounts supported Rupa, one of which was clearly a fake profile with 8 followers that had been set up the day before simply to comment supportively on Rupa Huq’s account.

Riots in India as Muslims burn Pampers nappies for “insulting Mohammed”

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Riots in India as groups of Muslims burn evil Pampers nappies for “insulting Mohammed”.

The whiskers of the cartoon cat on the packaging supposedly resemble the name of the Islamic prophet; except they don’t.

Protestors claimed the Procter & Gamble diapers ‘hurt the feelings’ of the Muslim community, and demand that they be banned from the country.

The lines illustrating the whiskers, nose, mouth and left eye of the smiley feline clearly do not bear a close resemblance to the Prophet’s name when written in Arabic or Urdu.

Video footage viewed more than 175,000 times online shows outraged parents making pyres out of Pampers Baby Dry Pants in the streets of India and torching whole packets in protest.

Activists from the Islamic group Darsgah Jihad-o-Shahadat yesterday lodged a formal complaint about the nappies at Dabeerpura Police Station in Hyderabad, reports the Deccan Chronicle.

In a letter to police, the group said Pampers – owned by US multinational Procter & Gamble – had ‘hurt the feelings’ of the Muslim community and called for the products to be taken off the shelves immediately.

It stated: ‘Even with (the) bare eye it is been identified that the name of Prophet (PBUH) can be seen printed on it in Urdu/Arabic.’

The Prophet Mohammed, it added, was a ‘holy personality in Islam’ and the ‘disrespect cannot be tolerated’.

The letter went on to say: ‘Arrest them and punish them.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5418129/Muslims-burn-Pampers-nappies-cartoon-cat.html#ixzz57oShfTbI

Munich Security Conference Report 2018

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The Munich Security Conference is usually a forum for world leaders to meet on the sidelines and strive for consensus and compromise. But this year’s gathering is more likely to be remembered for saber-rattling and ultimatums, and the lack of discernible progress on resolving lingering conflicts or brewing crises around the world.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who addressed Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, told the conference that Iran is trying to expand its control in the Middle East through political and armed proxies in Syria, Yemen, Gaza and Lebanon.

He made a new claim that Iran is looking to provide Hezbollah in Lebanon with “game-changing” precision-guided weapons.

Netanyahu also criticised the July 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between Iran and six major powers: the U.S, China, Russia, Britain, Germany and France, likening it to the Munich Agreement of 1938 in which Nazi Germany was allowed to annex parts of Czechoslovakia.

Under JCPOA provisions, Iran agreed to restrict its nuclear program in exchange for relief from sanctions that had crippled its economy.

Another crisis that dominated the conference was one emerging in Asia: North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic program development.

“All allies are now within range of North Korean missiles,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told conference goers. “Pyongyang is closer to Munich than it is to Washington, D.C., and therefore we must put maximum pressure on North Korea to abandon its nuclear program.”

He emphasised the use of diplomacy and sanctions, but others at the conference said they feared misinterpretation or inflammatory rhetoric by the U.S and North Korean leaders could lead to war.

Theresa May, who took to the stage on day 2 of the conference, called on her country’s EU partners not to let “rigid institutional restrictions” get in the way of a wide-ranging post-Brexit security partnership. There would be “damaging real-world consequences” if none were agreed.

May’s speech remained ambiguous, however, on one of the real crunch points in the debate over future security arrangements between the EU and the UK. Britain would “respect the role of the European court of justice” when it participated in EU agencies while also having its “sovereign legal order,” she said.

The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier takes the latter position. He said last November that leaving Europol and the European Defence Agency was “the logical consequence of the sovereign choice made by the British”.

That stance also has sympathisers in Berlin, though some officials fear a worst-case scenario in which German intelligence service have to delete data their British counterparts have shared with them when Brexit comes into full effect.

Access to Theresa May’s full speech can be found here:
https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/pm-speech-at-munich-security-conference-17-february-2018

Global Security Threats 2018

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Speeches and panel discussions at the Munich Security Conference in Germany over the weekend portrayed a world on the cusp of three potential conflagrations: In the Middle East, on the Korean peninsula and, in years to come, cyberspace.

Add to that a growing concern that arms control agreements that kept the nuclear peace between the U.S and Russia since the 1980s are at risk of unraveling, and the mood among the annual assembly of political leaders and generals was unusually sober.

In an otherwise reassuring speech, U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster defended plans to develop low-yield tactical nuclear missiles as a means to deter Russia, which is developing similar weapons. Both former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana and German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel expressed alarm at the implications of such supposedly limited nuclear weapons for Europe.

“I think there is a question of whether we are at the end of an era of formal arms control,’’ said Graham Allison, a Harvard professor who advised the Pentagon under Ronald Reagan. “The way to think about this is to ask why did people invent arms control?”

Emerging as the new area of conflict is a potential great-power arms race in areas such as cyber security and artificial intelligence. At Munich, a breakfast on technology overflowed with delegates. A NATO discussion down the hall was largely empty.

Last year, Trump had just been elected. The new administration’s commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the defense of Ukraine against Russia were in doubt. The far-right politician Marine Le Pen seemed as likely to become the next French president as Emmanuel Macron.

Even Russia was less of a focus this year, Andrei Kortunov, director general of the Russian International Affairs Council, said in an interview. And that despite the emergence, mid-conference, of U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals as well as organisations.

Cybercrime remains the most pressing concern for Western liberal democracies, according to intelligence officials.

They cited Russia, China, Iran and North Korea — as well as militant groups in the Middle East — as threats to global security.

National Intelligence Director Daniel Coats warned the US is “under attack” by “entities using cyber to penetrate virtually every major action that takes place in the US”.

Donald Trump issued a national security strategy document in December deeming cybersecurity a top priority.

Cyber-based influence campaigns have been a hot topic since the US election, with experts warning such activity poses a major threat to global democracies.
Mr Coats said Russian interference has and will continue to threaten security in the Western world.

He warned it would continue harnessing fake personalities on social media and throwing propaganda at Americans ahead of the 2018 US midterm elections.

“There should be no doubt that Russia perceives its past efforts as successful and views the 2018 US midterm elections as a potential target for Russian influence operations,” he said.

“Throughout the entire community, we have not seen any evidence of any significant change from last year.”

The next main security threat is nuclear weapons: Mr Coats warned time is running out for the United States to act on North Korea’s nuclear threats.

He said North Korea’s weapons of mass destruction present “a potentially existential” threat to the US and its allies and is likely to conduct more weapons tests this year.

“North Korea continues to pose an ever more increasing threat to the United States and its interests,” Mr Coats said.

Lastly, terrorism continues to be a major global threat, including homegrown terrorism.

“Homegrown violent extremist terrorism, including inspired and self-radical individuals, represent the primary and most difficult to detect Sunni terrorism threat in the United States,” stated Mr Coats.

Islamic State militants have lost significant ground in Iraq and Syria, but Mr Coats said they “remain a threat” and will most likely attempt to regroup.

The threat to the UK from terrorism is currently ranked as “severe”.

With these main security threats facing the international community, it is comforting to see that global institutions and agencies are working closely to reduce the risk of attacks.

Oxfam and all politically charged left wing campaign groups have to be disbanded

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The great and the good are taking to the airwaves to denounce Oxfam and its paedophile/prostitution racket. From former and current secretary generals of the UN – and I have no time for the UN, which I believe also has to be disbanded – are queuing up to condemn and distance themselves from Oxfam.

The Oxfam scandal is a systemic wide, institutional cover up at the highest levels of the sex and abuse scandals currently infecting our aid and human rights industries. Issues have been raised for thirty years but have been ignored. Paedophiles are predatory and have flocked to the aid industry, according to the National Crime Agency.

These disgusting men, who were having mass sex with prostitutes and children, who have broken various international anti sex trade rules, once they were ‘let go’ from Oxfam, were able to slip through the interview net, by getting friends in the industry to write references to continue to recycle themselves to prey on young vulnerable people by using taxpayers’ cash and donations from the public.

Why did other recruiting charities not check with the Oxfam’s HR department? Because the human rights industry portrays itself as angels on earth who can do no wrong. They are leftist liberals who damn the rest of us for questioning controlling our borders and migration. They are political campaigners, not charity workers.

I have debated Oxfam and others over the years, each time with a highly paid, middle class, highly educated ‘researcher’ roughly on £60k per annum (Oxfam), who openly sneer down their noses and have trouble breathing the same air as me.

I have debated them in Calais where they would like the rioting, marauding and economic £ seeking migrants to be given a British passport, a home and benefits, where UK female aid workers are providing their own ‘aid’ by having sex with migrants and transporting them illegally into the UK.

I have debated them in the Greek migrant camps. Where the aid workers openly admit they do not believe in the nation state and borders. One silly British girl said she would happily denounce her British passport, but then again she did have dual Swiss citizenship. Oh, how the righteous middle classes can afford their virtue signalling.

When charities, like businesses, become too big, they take on the label of the global elite. They become untouchable but sit at the top seats in Davos, in the EU and in the UN. They influence governments, they campaign to shame us into giving on TV, on the phone and in the streets.

Now they’ve been rumbled, despite the elites covering it up. At a time when the UK public is at its rebellious best and many are disgusted at our current foreign aid budget, now is the time to review our aid budget, the countries receiving aid and the people trusted with delivering its projects.

As we Brexit, we should be offering free trade with poorer nations that the EU keeps in poverty. Instead of aid, we should offer trade, and use a large percentage to help our own poor, disadvantaged, veterans, elderly and disabled.

Open Border Activist Flees Merkel’s Germany: Moves to Poland

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Piotr Włoczyk of Do Rzeczy talks to Rebecca Sommer, a former German activist for organisation dealing with the assistance of ‘refugees’.

After demanding others welcome illegal immigrants, open borders activist Sommer has now admitted she was wrong. She is fleeing to Poland to escape the multiculturalist disaster.

Piotr Włoczyk: Not so long ago you were a fervent advocate of Germany’s immigration policy. You even founded an association helping ‘refugees’ from Muslim countries. How should Poland react to Brussels pressure on this matter?

Rebecca Sommer: I will answer in this way: I know Germans who are going to Poland because they have had enough of what is happening in Germany.

Piotr Włoczyk: Germans fleeing to Poland? Please do not be offended, but it just sounds unreal.

Rebecca Sommer: I know people did that. If Poland and Hungary remain on their own in this matter, then you will become countries to which some Germans or French will flee. You will even become islands of stability in Europe.

Open-Border Loving Politician Found Beheaded in Africa

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Very few people have heard the name Zaida Catalan. She was a Swedish politician, who promoted open borders. Many in the West have a romanticised notion of Africa, and it is not rare for European travellers to be raped, even murdered.

Catalan was beheaded in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, along with American Michael Sharp, a United Nations worker, as part of the U.N. peacekeeping mission to the troubled African nation.

The case has been largely kept in obscurity — likely because it didn’t fulfil the globalist media’s push for open borders. Rather, it reinforced the right-wing argument that cultural values vary, and hence that migration must be low to allow for assimilation.

Catalan was a member of the Green party, whose 2013 platform states, “We want to see Europe as a part of a world of democracies, where people move freely over borders, and where people and countries trade and cooperate with each other.” This policy of relaxed borders has allowed jihadis into Europe.

On March 12, 2017, Catalan and Sharp were kidnapped along with four Congolese in the disputed province of Kasai. The BBC reports that the two had been dispatched to the region “to investigate reports of abuses after local rebels took up arms.”

On March 27, their bodies were found. Sharp’s father, John Sharp, posted on Facebook, “We have been informed that two Caucasian bodies have been found in shallow graves in the search area, one male and one female.”

IRA Sympathiser Corybn gets the Adams Seal of Approval

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Much criticism has been aimed at Jeremy Corbyn as the Labour leader cannot hide from his past as sympathiser of the IRA, but today the link was well and truly cemented as Gerry Adams endorsed him.

The uncomfortable thumbs up of approval came from the man accused of ordering the murder and secret burial of Jean McConville in 1972 and other awful acts, by calling Mr Corybn an outstanding politician. Adams was speaking to Andrew Marr as he enters his final week as president of the party he has led for almost 35 years.

Corbyn has given interviews in which he has been challenged to condemn the IRA’s campaign of violence unequivocally – without equating it to other parties involved in the conflict – and has declined to do so.

It’s no secret that the Labour leader has long supported the end of British rule in Ulster, and that he met the leaders of Sinn Fein and other Republicans in the 1980s and 1990s, when the Provisional IRA was still bombing and shooting people.

Stuck between a rock and a hard place, Corybn continues to stay silent on the matter as he loses the respect and faith of many of the party faithful.  This will come as a much unwanted distraction for Labour and many in the party who have spoken of not renewing their membership, citing reasons such as the u-turn on Brexit and not pledging to tighten immigration. Labour have not represented the working class in decades.

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