Monday, January 22, 2018


Ireland is really being enriched by multiculturalism. For example, Lusk was a just a boring, pretty village to the North of Dublin until Saturday (20th) when one of Dublin's many ethnic gangs decided to have a "day in the country" and liven things up with some random acts of violence and vandalism. As reported by the DublinLive website:
The gang, reportedly calling itself ‘the K45 Crew’, moves between Blanchardstown and north county Dublin and is responsible for a series of unprovoked assaults. On Saturday, residents in Lusk were forced into lock-down after around 100 teenagers invaded the village, throwing stones at buses and smashing up property.

Gardai [Irish police] were alerted shortly after they got off the train in nearby Rush. They rounded up the gang members and escorted them back to the station.

One eyewitness said: “About 15 of them ran down my road. Riot gardai got them. They were out for trouble, hitting the gardai and hiding behind bins. Some of them hid in fields as well. The whole platform was full when they were putting them back on the train.”
Apparently this is part of Ireland's fast evolving gang culture, where competing ethnic gangs nominate a neutral venue outside their gang enclaves in Dublin, in order to arrange fights and also terrorise residents in areas where there is an extremely low police presence because of high-trust White communities.
"Over the past 18 months, teen gangs have regularly travelled for fights arranged on social media to Donabate, Malahide and Swords. Gardai suspect the gang, which has African origins, is behind a string of attacks and robberies in Ongar, Mulhuddart, Tyrellstown and Clonee.

There have been several arrests in recent months for assault causing harm, possession of an offensive weapon and violent disorder."
But rather than taking Draconian measures against these scum and deporting them and their families to countries more suited to their anarchic presence, cucked Irish authorities are now mainly worried about local residents organising to defend themselves. 

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Sunday, January 21, 2018

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Myth Of The 20th Century – Episode 53: Falklands War – The Empire Strikes Back

Welcome to the Myth of the 20th Century. The podcast airs on Fridays.
— Brought to you by —
Adam Smith, Hans Lander, Alex Nicholson, Hank Oslo and special guest P.T. Carlo
“The House meets this Saturday to respond to a situation of great gravity. We are here because, for the first time for many years, British sovereign territory has been invaded by a foreign power. After several days of rising tension in our relations with Argentina, that country’s armed forces attacked the Falkland Islands yesterday and established military control of the islands.” -Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister, 1982. For many, the Falkland Islands represented an obscure British territory in the South Atlantic that held little economic value, let alone a place where one could easily identify on a map. But as the conflict between one of the world’s aging empires and a military junta unfolded, the powers of the world took note at how modern warfare between fairly well equipped naval and air forces lent themselves to managing a ground invasion. As the smaller wars of the late 20th and early 21st century began, many militaries and governments looked back to how the Thatcher government gained in national popularity from armed conflict – if not in economic or even strategic terms.
1690 – Falklands first discovered by English captain John Strong
1764 – French establish Port Louis on East Falklands Island
1766 – English establish Port Egmont on Saunders Island; French concede Port Louis to Spanish, becomes Port Soledad
1770 – Spain captured Port Egmont
1771 – close to war, Spain gives back territory to Britain
1806 – Napoleonic Wars, Britain invades Rio de la Plata, Spain abandons its garrison, leaves gauchos, fishermen
1820 – Buenos Aires attempts to assert control
1832 – British reassert control after Argentina garrison mutiny
1840 – Falklands become an official Crown Colony – Scottish settlers create pastoral colony with cattle, sheep
1844 – government moves to Port Jackson, soon renamed Stanley
1851 – wool industry surpasses ship wrecking business
1871 – steam ships surpass sailing ships
1914 – Panama Canal opens, effectively ending Cape Horn transshipment business
1914-1945 – Falklands used as strategic posts against Germans and Japanese
1979-1981 – Britain considers transferring sovereignty to Argentina to save money, but negotiations stall
1982 – Argentina invades
April 2, 1982- Falkland Islands are invaded by the Argentine armed forces, resulting in British subjects being placed under arrest.
April 3, 1982- Britain goes to the UN, drumming up international support against Argentina and creating the pretext for armed intervention.
April 5, 1982- Britain sends naval, air force and army units towards the Falklands Islands with the intention of forcibly retaking their territory.
April 7, 1982- 200-mile war zone declared by the British government.
April 30th, 1982- British naval forces arrive in the Falklands and the USA declares public support for Britain’s war effort.
May 2nd, 1982- General Belgrano, an Argentine battleship, is sunk by a British submarine. Approximately 320 Argentine sailors are killed.(edited)
May 4th, 1982- HMS Sheffield hit and sunk by Argentine air-launched Exocet missile strike.
May 21st, 1982- British troops begin amphibious landings in San Carlos waters; HMS Ardent sunk by Argentine aerial bombing, resulting in 22 deaths; 15 Argentine aircraft shot down
May 24th, 1982- HMS Antelope destroyed after being bombed by Argentine forces.
May 28th, 1982- 17 British soldiers killed, dozens killed and thousands captured on Argentine side at Battle of Goose Green.(edited)
June 8th, 1982- RFA’s Sir Galahad and Sir Tristam are destroyed after aerial bombing, resulting in over 50 deaths.
June 14th, 1982- HMS Glamorgan hit by Exocet missile strike; Argentine forces surrender to Major-General Jeremy Moore
June 17th, 1982- Argentine President Leopoldo Galtiero steps down from leadership in Argentina.
1983 – attempts to de-mine ceased after deminer casualties
1983 – military dictatorship in Argentina transitions to democracy
1989 – Argentina and UK formal relations re-established
Present Day – UK assert sovereignty over Falklands based on resident’s self determination
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Austria: Jews Support FPÖ Boycott, Oppose Israel Boycott

The official organization of Jews in Austria has come out unanimously in support of a boycott of the government coalition Freedom Party (FPÖ)—but remains adamantly opposed to any boycott of Israel on political grounds.

“The IKG continues to maintain no political contacts with representatives of the FPÖ, including members of the government who belong to this party. The relations with the ministries, which are under the responsibility of FPÖ representatives, are conducted only on occasion and only at the official level. “
The announcement added that this attitude marked no change from its previous postion, adopted on February 17, 2000—the last time the FPÖ was in government—when the IKG adopted its first resolution to boycott that party.
The IKG statement goes on to list its complaints against the FPÖ, mainly consisting of whining about 40 percent of its parliamentarians being members of conservative student unions and other made-up “Nazi” allegations, but, probably most significantly, because that party has called for an end to all ritual slaughter of animals, both the Muslim (Halal) and Jewish (Shechita).
Both those cruel methods of slaughter involve slitting the neck of live, unstunned animals, and letting them bleed out in great pain while imams or rabbis pray over them to make the meat “holy.”
The IKG has as its last point of opposition to the FPÖ that it “demands a ban on slaughter” and provides a link to the party’s website where its opposition to animal cruelty is outlined.

Stormy Daniels

Most of the articles covering the Stormy Daniels affair have highlighted the more salacious aspects of her relationship with Donald Trump, but it's worth reading her entire interview with In Touch Weekly, from 2011, five years before she was reportedly paid $130,000 to stay silent about her fling with Trump. (The IT interview was originally squashed.)

The interview left me with a couple of impressions. First, that Trump is pretty much a regular guy. (He's as vain in private as in public, but that's hardly a surprise.)

Secondly, and actually more interesting, is that Daniels herself is surprisingly intelligent, witty, and commonsensical. Most people think of porn actresses as substance-abusing bimbos from dysfunctional backgrounds, often for good reason. But Daniels has a good sense of who she is, has no illusions about her place in society, and completely "gets" Trump.

A few quotes from Daniels, in italics, with my comments in between in parentheses.

Stormy: ...I’ve never seen him drink. Maybe he doesn’t. I’m not sure. Which is funny because he has a vodka [brand]. I actually remember saying, “Aren’t you going to drink your vodka?” at a different party. So yeah, I don’t think he drinks. We hung out for a while. We talked. He asked me a lot of questions about my business. You know, the business I work in and how it works and how it functions. All like technical questions. He was very curious. Not necessarily about the sex or anything like that, but business questions. He kept showing me he was on the cover of a magazine that had just come out and it was some sort of money magazine, I wish I could remember which one it was. But he had it in the room and he kept showing it to me and I was like, “Dude, I know who you are.” He was trying to sell me, I guess. The first time I met him, the first couple of hours, he was very full of himself, like he was trying to impress me or something. But I do remember he just kept talking about this magazine that he was on the cover of, like, “Look at this magazine, don’t I look great on the cover?”

(Any doubts I had about whether Daniels was telling the truth about Trump disappeared upon reading that last line; his vanity is unmistakeable. This segment also confirms Trump's account of himself as a teetotaler.)
Stormy: We were talking about all sorts of things. I remember he asked me like, “I gotta ask you a question and I don’t want to get you offended” and I was like, “Trust me, you can’t.” I was expecting some sort of vulgar question and it wasn’t; it was something about how much money I make off the royalties of something. And then I remember saying to him, “Ok well I have a question for you and it IS offensive.” And I asked him about his hair. I was like, “Dude, what’s up with that?” and he laughed and he said, “You know, everybody wants to give me a makeover and I’ve been offered all this money and all these free treatments.” And I was like, “What is the deal? Don’t you want to upgrade that? Come on, man.” He said that he thought that if he cut his hair or changed it, that he would lose his power and his wealth. And I laughed hysterically at him.

IT: What did he say?

Stormy: He took it pretty well.

(Trump sees himself as Samson? That was news to me. At least he seemed to take Daniels' playful jab with more equanimity than he normally does when insulted.)

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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Fash the Nation 105: Weaponized Shutdown 1-20-18

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Another Hate Crime at the University of Maryland Turns Out to Be a Hoax. Beware of easy narratives about "bias incidents." We usually don't know who's behind them—and when we find out, they often aren't who you expect. By Robby Soave

Racially charged graffiti—including a swastika—was found in a men's bathroom at the University of Maryland last fall and reported to the authorities as a hate crime.
That case is now solved. The perpetrator was Terrell Demonte Alexander, an 18-year-old former university employee. According to The College Fix, Alexander is black—which suggests this incident was a hoax, or at the least an act of intimidation committed by a member of the targeted minority group.
It's the second such deceptive case at the university in the past few months. Last October, police arrested Ronald Alford, a 52-year-old black former employee, for spray-painting a swastika on campus. At the University of Maryland, workplace grievances seem to be more important motivators of bias incidents than racism.
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The Damsel in Distress and Her Fuc*boy. By Stuart Schneiderman

Apparently, young women are under siege. They are being harassed and distracted from work by predatory men. The offending men need to be destroyed and the damsels in distress must be protected, by force of law.

Of course, we all want to hear out women’s voices on these matters. Our celebrity overlords, the high-school dropouts, have told us that we must. So we will.

Today, thanks to Heather MacDonald (via Maggie’s Farm) we cast a wary eye on a website called: Total Sorority Move. It tells us what is going through the mind of some of today’s sorority girls, the ones who value modest ladylike behavior.

Naturally, we read advice about how to deal with “unsolicited dick pics,” but we also read about how to judge your potential “fuckboy.” The clue is his taste in music. And then, chosen at random are articles entitled:

Nothing Ruins a Relationship Faster Than a Closeup Butthole Pic.

Am I a Prude Because I’ve Never Gone Down on a Girl.

All I Want for Christmas Is Not Having My Period Over the Summer

Stop Sleeping with Boys Your Vagina Only Feels “Meh” About

I Accidentally Lesbian Sexted My Straight Male Boss

If this represents some of what some women are putting out in the world, then perhaps some male behavior becomes more intelligible. 

In the meantime, MacDonald offers some useful analysis of the current #MeToo mania. She opens by remarking that, in the past, in the bad old days that Carolyn Hax disdained in a post yesterday, women’s default position for sex was: No. They did not have to explain why they did not want to have sex. They were assumed not to be going to have sex, regardless of whether or not they wanted it. Of course, liberation changed No to Yes.

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Twitter suspends a number of accounts potentially connected to Russian propaganda By Shepard Ambellas

Unproven 2017 Russian propaganda effort to influence the U.S. presidential election prompts Twitter to suspend over a half-of-a-million accounts

(INTELLIHUB) — It appears that the deep state and Twitter may be working hand in hand with each other to undermine the Trump Administration by further pursuing, identifying, and deleting a accounts that were “potentially connected” to the ongoing Russian propaganda effort which was initially triggered after Buzzfeed’s release of the Trump dossier.
Over 677,000 Twitter users received the email titled “Information Regarding Russian Influence Campaigns on Twitter.”
Intellihub founder and editor-in-chief Shepard Ambellas was sent the email on Saturday.

Populists in power. On the election of Donald Trump and the first year of his presidency. By Andrew C. McCarthy

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That’s how you got Trump!” This phrase seemed at first to be a playful quip, uttered here and there as the Left’s shock and horror over the election of President Donald J. Trump manifested itself in memorably bizarre ways such as grieving centers on university campuses where tender twenty-somethings and the tenured radicals who instruct them were invited to stroke “therapy dogs,” scribble in coloring books, stack Legos, and do their brave best to cope. At Cornell, they even staged a “cry-in,” with the Ivy League university’s staff providing tissues and hot chocolate, gratis—or as gratis as it gets after mom and dad have ponied up the $65,494 in annual tuition and fees. Alas, it is not a quip anymore. “That’s how you got Trump!” has become a constant refrain.
Shock among self-proclaimed “progressives” has devolved into anger. Rage has fueled a full- time tantrum: a competition among distraught student bodies, Hollywood heavyweights, community organizers, pop stars, sanctuary-city pols, froth-flecked pundits, smoldering social media addicts, and rabble-rousers from Black Lives Matter to Antifa (a fascist projection outfit). All vie to be the most outraged, the most rabidly anti-Trump.
As we’ve transitioned from the populist candidacy of “The Donald” to nearly a year of populism in power, there are two things worth observing about the President and his opposition. The first involves the conventional wisdom that the United States is a deeply divided country. This misstates the case. What we are is an intensely divided country. To say that America is “deeply” divided implies what the left-leaning media would have us believe, namely, that the likes of Antifa and such politicians as Bernie Sanders (the self-proclaimed socialist who nearly bested Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination) are representative of what roughly half the country thinks.
It is simply not true. Of course, it is incontestable that social justice warriors have made significant inroads on the campus. They hold sway over the organs of popular culture and public opinion. But they are punching way above their weight. In terms of raw numbers, they do not reflect what 50 percent of the country thinks but what 100 percent of the country is fed, night in and night out.

California, Poverty Capital. Why are so many people poor in the Golden State? By Kerry Jackson

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California—not Mississippi, New Mexico, or West Virginia—has the highest poverty rate in the United States. According to the Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure—which accounts for the cost of housing, food, utilities, and clothing, and which includes noncash government assistance as a form of income—nearly one out of four Californians is poor. Given robust job growth in the state and the prosperity generated by several industries, especially the supercharged tech sector, the question arises as to why California has so many poor people, especially when the state’s per-capita GDP increased roughly twice as much as the U.S. average over the five years ending in 2016 (12.5 percent, compared with 6.27 percent).
It’s not as if California policymakers have neglected to wage war on poverty. Sacramento and local governments have spent massive amounts in the cause, for decades now. Myriad state and municipal benefit programs overlap with one another; in some cases, individuals with incomes 200 percent above the poverty line receive benefits, according to the California Policy Center. California state and local governments spent nearly $958 billion from 1992 through 2015 on public welfare programs, including cash-assistance payments, vendor payments, and “other public welfare,” according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Unfortunately, California, with 12 percent of the American population, is home today to roughly one in three of the nation’s welfare recipients. The generous spending, then, has not only failed to decrease poverty; it actually seems to have made it worse.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, some states—principally Wisconsin, Michigan, and Virginia—initiated welfare reform, as did the federal government under President Bill Clinton and the Republican Congress. The common thread of the reformed welfare programs was strong work requirements placed on aid recipients. These overhauls were widely recognized as a big success, as welfare rolls plummeted and millions of former aid recipients entered the workforce. The state and local bureaucracies that implement California’s antipoverty programs, however, have resisted pro-work reforms. In fact, California recipients of state aid receive a disproportionately large share of it in no-strings-attached cash disbursements. It’s as if welfare reform passed California by, leaving a dependency trap in place. Immigrants are falling into it: 55 percent of immigrant families in the state get some kind of means-tested benefits, compared with just 30 percent of natives, according to City Journal contributing editor Kay S. Hymowitz.
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A US-Turkish Clash in Syria? By Patrick J. Buchanan

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The war for dominance in the Middle East, following the crushing of ISIS, appears about to commence in Syria — with NATO allies America and Turkey on opposing sides.
Turkey is moving armor and troops south to Syria’s border enclave of Afrin, occupied by Kurds, to drive them out, and then drive the Syrian Kurds out of Manbij further south as well.
Says President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, “We will destroy all terror nests, one by one, in Syria, starting from Afrin and Manbij.”
For Erdogan, the Kurdish YPG, the major U.S. ally in Syria, is an arm of the Kurdish PKK in Turkey, which we and the Turks have designated as a terrorist organization.
While the Kurds were our most effective allies against ISIS in Syria, Turkey views them as a mortal peril and intends to deal with that threat.
If Erdogan is serious, a clash with the U.S. is coming, as our Kurdish allies occupy most of Syria’s border with Turkey.
Moreover, the U.S. has announced plans to create a 30,000-man Border Security Force of Kurds and Arabs to keep ISIS out of Syria.
Erdogan has branded this BSF a “terror army,” and President Bashar Assad of Syria has called BSF members “traitors.”
This U.S. plan to create a BSF inside Syria, Damascus declared, “represents a blatant attack on the sovereignty and territorial integrity and unity of Syria, and a flagrant violation of international law.”
Does not the Syrian government have a point?
Now that ISIS has been driven out of Raqqa and Syria, by what authority do U.S. forces remain to arm troops to keep the Damascus government from reimposing its authority on its own territory?
Secretary of State Tillerson gave Syria the news Wednesday.
The U.S. troop commitment to Syria, he said, is now open-ended.
Our goals: Guarantee al-Qaida and ISIS do not return and set up sanctuary; cope with rising Iranian influence in Damascus; and pursue the removal of Bashar Assad’s ruthless regime.
But who authorized this strategic commitment, of indefinite duration, in Syria, when near two decades in Afghanistan have failed to secure that nation against the return of al-Qaida and ISIS?

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US Humiliation of South Korea by David W. Pear

The two Koreas show some sanity by talking to each other, while the US throws an insane tantrum that South Korea is acting like an independent sovereign country, instead of a US colony.  The US is flabbergasted that South Korea is off the Washington war-message, and the US wants South Korea to just keep its mouth shut. 
Fearing that peace might break with the two Koreas talking, Washington instructed South Korean President Moon Jae-in to keep the message about anything but peace It is not just Trump.  A former top official for the Obama administration warned Moon that South Korea was not going to get anywhere with the North Koreans unless they have the “US behind them”.  What an insult, it is like saying that Moon’s “button” is not as big as Kim’s.  The sexual metaphor is exactly how the Washington elite want Moon to act: as Washington’s obedient eunuch without a button.  The official went on to say, “If South Koreans are viewed as running off the leash, it will exacerbate tension within the alliance”.  Running off the leash!  Is South Korea a US poodle?  Why doesn’t Moon act like an attack dog and bite the master’s hand to show that he has teeth!
During the talks it was agreed for North Korea’s participation in the Winter Olympics, and future talks to reduce tension.  Neocons such as John Bolton are outraged that North Korea has proven once again that it is willing to come to the table. Bolton says it is a trick and that it is “taking advantage of a weak South Korean government”, adding more insults at a friend. (1) To Washington, South Korea talking peace is weak, running off the leash and going it alone without its US master.   The North using the peace option is seen as a provocation and propaganda that Washington will not tolerate.  In retaliation the US sent more nukes to Guam.  That means that all options are on the US table, except sitting down and diplomacy. 
The US has been terribly unhappy with South Korea after the 2017 election of President Moon Jae-in, who was elected on a peace platform Unlike his predecessor Park Geun-hye who was impeached and is now in prison; Moon favors better relations with North Korea.  The self-interests in Washington prefer a corrupt warmonger like Park.  She sang from Washington’s hymnbook.  She even (allegedly) conspired with Washington to assassinate Kim Jong-Un. 
Peace is not anything that Washington’s plutocratic interests want to hear, although the South Korean people like it and elected Moon president by a wide margin.  The US wants to keep tensions high, keep the American people frightened of a North Korean boogeyman, keep large numbers of US troops in South Korea, install multi-billion dollar THAADS, and keep Korea divided.  Even if they start a nuclear war.
The public swallows whatever propaganda the US State Department puts out, and the mainstream media regurgitates it.  Every mention of Kim Jong-Un has the preamble that he is paranoid, unstable and refuses to talk.  The American people swallow it and are fooled again.  The public does not even remember that Bush fooled them with propaganda and invaded Iraq based on lies.  The past is lost in the public’s fog of chronic amnesia, and inconvenient facts go down the memory hole of the mainstream media.  The public has been told so many lies about Korea (North and South), over such a long period of time, that they have been thoroughly indoctrinated.  If the public wants to understand the US, South Korea and North Korea triangle, they should stop listening to the mainstream media and forget everything they think they know.
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Friday, January 19, 2018

Google Blogger needs truth in advertising.

The sudden drop in traffic for this site is most likely due to rigging by Zionists and SJW-types at Google. As a private company, Google has the right to enforce its biases, but there needs to be truth in advertising. Google should openly declare that it favors and works with Zionist imperialists against Palestinians AND programs algorithms to favor globalists and so-called 'liberals' over conservatives, gentile patriots, and speakers of truth to Zionist-Homo globalist supremacist power. Consider how Youtube(owned by Google) works with ADL to go after BDS but doesn't work with BDS against Zionists. Facebook, also owned by Zionist-supremacists and working with ADL, does the same thing.

If private companies want to favor their biases, fine. But they should do it openly and honestly that sneakily.

Smug Drug of Political Correctness

Why do people take certain illegal drugs. They want to get high and feel super. They want to be like insta-gods. Drugs — PCP, cocaine, amphetamines, heroin, meth, etc. — elevate their sense-of-being with euphoria that fills them with delusions of grandeur. Consider James Woods in the movie THE BOOST where his coke-head character feels he can do anything when high on powder. Cocaine boosts his ego with Mood Supremacism. He feels like the greatest player that ever lived. He feels invincible, better than all the rest. Addicted to the sensation, he returns to the drug for the high over and over and over, and eventually he can't do without it. 

Our world tends to associate ‘supremacism’ with ‘white racism’, but wanting to feel superior/supreme is a common trait among all peoples. Religions fill people with a sense of spiritual supremacism: "Our god or gods are better than yours", "God is on our side", "I am holier than thou". And the reason why women are so obsessed about cosmetics and celebrity is because they're drawn to the culture of Beauty Supremacism. Women want to look better than other women. 
And men are obsessed with sports that are premised on masculine supremacism of the tougher guys lording over weaker guys, making big bucks, and humping ‘hot babes’. 

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