We Have a New Dutch Cabinet

Most of the membership of the new Dutch cabinet has now been announced (or leaked). Our Dutch correspondent H. Numan has the report.

We have a new Dutch cabinet

by H. Numan

Ladies and gentlemen, with regret I can inform you we have a new Dutch cabinet. It’ll be the cabinet Beria 1. Proof Geert Wilders is not the leader he portrays himself to be. Almost. But not quite. He lost on just about every major point against the combo Omtzigt — Yeşilgöz. Pieter Omtzigt did the dirty work, in the background supported by Dilan Yeşilgöz.

Omtzigt behaved like an unruly toddler. He whined. He cried. He stamped his feet. He walked out. But he got his way:

  • No party leaders will take part in the cabinet
  • All candidate PMs proposed by Wilders were rejected

That’s pretty big. It is customary in Dutch politics that the largest party supplies the Prime Minister, and that person is almost always the leader of the party. In other words: Wilders. To make it more palatable, Omtzigt and Yeşilgöz agreed no party leaders would join the cabinet. Even so, Wilders caved in where he should have shown his mettle.

During the negotiations, Wilders presented several candidates who were all rejected and humiliated. Let’s be honest. EVERY politician has something to hide. Maybe not a lot, but all do. Even Wilders and Trump. You can admire them, as I do. As long as you realize you don’t get to that position without stepping on a few toes and making a some mistakes. What Omtzigt did was find some dirt and give it to the media to do the rest. Every candidate from Wilders was taken to the cleaners.

Both Omtzigt and Yeşilgöz told Wilders — in private, of course — no matter who you nominate, we will block him. Even if you dig up William the Silent himself, we’ll reject him. You accept our candidate, or there won’t be a cabinet.

Wilders eventually caved in. The new prime minister will be Dick Schoof. This guy is currently without a party, which makes him acceptable according to the rules set by Omtzigt and Yeşilgöz. However, his previous positions were head of the AIVD and NCTV. In other words, Omtzigt and Yeşilgöz got their man in the number one spot. The AIVD stands for Algemene Inlichtingen en Veiligheidsdienst, that is our FBI. NCTV stands for Nationaal Coördinator Terrorismebestrijding en Veiligheid, our Homeland Security. In other words, Lavrenty Beria himself. He is a career civil servant, known for dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s.

We have no idea how this cabinet will work, but I’m not too optimistic about it. At this moment last minute adjustments are being made. A PVV candidate (who else?) was just rejected over his security clearance. That means someone else must be found, approved, and vetted. I won’t bother you with their names. You don’t know them. All of them are second-tier, anyway.

Continue reading

When Killing is Not Killing

It’s been obvious for a long time that it’s open season on the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany). Party members are violently attacked on the street, the party is excluded from numerous political events, and supporters lose their jobs or experience other restrictions in their day-to-day lives.

And now it’s official: the call to kill AfD members is not unlawful, because “kill” doesn’t really mean kill when used in this context.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Jurisprudence

“Kill AfD members” is not a criminal offense, according to the court

Criticism, but no threat: Carrying banners with the slogan “Kill AfD members” is apparently not a criminal offense. Nevertheless, there have been several attempts to follow the slogan in recent weeks.

Aachen

The Aachen public prosecutor’s office has closed the investigation into the use of the slogan “Kill AfD members”. Members of Antifa displayed a banner with this slogan during a demonstration in January. This does not constitute criminal behavior, said the public prosecutor’s office, according to a report by RTL.

Since the statement ends with a period and not an exclamation mark, the inscription should be understood as an accusation against the party. According to conventional jurisprudence, when statements are open to a variety of interpretations, the most favourable version should be accepted. Accordingly, the poster accuses the party that its policies are killing people. [How much ideological mental gymnastics did this take for this “judge” to come to this ruling? It must has have twisted his or her brain into a Gordian knot.]

However, a spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office stressed that no general conclusions could be drawn from the verdict. Only the specific individual case would be decided.

Violent attacks on AfD politicians occur again and again Among others, Berlin MP Gunnar Lindemann filed a criminal complaint in January over the banner. He considered the banner a “public call for murder,” the politician wrote on Twitter at the time. [Which it is. And as everyone can see is a call they try to heed.]

In recent weeks, there have been several attacks on AfD politicians. The candidate Heinrich Koch was attacked with a knife and had to be taken to hospital with cuts. Two of the party’s city councilors were recently attacked in a café in Karlsruhe. Around ten masked men, some armed with objects, injured the politicians Oliver Schnell and Paul Schmidt.

In Dresden, the state parliament member Hans-Jürgen Zickler was attacked at a campaign stand shortly before the European elections. The 47-year-old attacker was subsequently arrested by the police. [And turned lose around the corner, perhaps?]

Afterword from the translator:

Continue reading

Annalena Baerbock Loves the Bad Guys

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from JournalistenWatch:

Baerbock brought Afghans who were on a “bad guys list” to Germany

Although they were on the secret threat lists, the so-called “bad guys” lists, of the Bundeswehr’s counterintelligence service, [Foreign Minister Annalena] Baerbock brought these dangerous Afghan characters to Germany with her admission program for former local staff.

In 2010, the Military Counterintelligence Service (MAD) placed suspected local staff from Afghanistan on a so-called “bad guys list.” The secret documents thus contain the names, personnel numbers and photographs of 97 former local staff who were dismissed without notice “for security reasons.”

However, according to authorities, a number of these Muslim threats from Afghanistan are currently in Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia and Berlin. This is reported by the Bild newspaper (behind paywall). According to the newspaper, a spokesperson for the MAD made the following statement:

“For reasons of data protection and personal rights, we are not allowed to provide any information about the people or their backgrounds.”

“Bad Guys List” irrelevant for assessment under the Residence Act

Nevertheless, the MAD spokesman continued, the “bad guys list” did not serve “the purpose of an assessment under the Residence Act.” In other words, the Green Party’s verbal catastrophe Baerbock imported precisely these Islamic threats to Germany through her dangerous “reception program for former local employees.”

Mannheim killer with negative asylum decision

It is not only on social media that people agree that Baerbock is indirectly responsible for the death of the young police officer in Mannheim through her delusional policies. Perversely, after the murder of the young officer by one of her Afghan guests, the Green Party had nothing better to do than to call on the citizens of this broken country to oppose another horrific Islamic bloodbath through an “open discussion about migration”. Social media also believes that Baerbock and Co. must finally be held accountable for their bloody policies.

Afterword from the translator:

Continue reading

The Devil’s Laughter

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the online news portal Nius. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Mocking a murder victim: Why the laughter of the Berlin Greens is so treacherous

Laughter can be disarming. Or revealing. When a politician such as the then-CDU candidate for chancellor Armin Laschet laughs at a joke during the memorial service for the victims of the Ahr Valley flood, he is, in the milder case, not paying attention; in the more serious case, he is mocking the dead and people who have lost everything.

But laughter can also reveal intellectual defenselessness and the absence of any decency, as is the case these days in the Berlin House of Representatives. In response to the depressing words of Berlin’s Interior Senator Iris Spranger (SPD), “The terrible death of Mannheim shows us…” Green Party MP Tuba Bozkurt thought it appropriate to interrupt with a grin, “Mannheim is dead?” and was not alone in her hilarity. “Laughter from the Greens,” the incorruptible parliamentary stenographers recorded in the minutes at this point.

Anyone who mocks the state must feel the harshness of the rule of law, said Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser (SPD) at the beginning of February with regard to right-wing extremists. Anyone who mocks brutally murdered civil servants can get away with an apology. Her interjection was “indecent,” Bozkurt wrote on Twitter (X), and she “deeply regrets it.” That is the least she can do. Everyone has to decide for themselves how credible such apologies are. [Since she’s of Turkish descent, I’d call this “apology” taqiyya.]

Typical contempt for the police

Laughter is also disarming because it is difficult to control at crucial moments and is revealingly honest. It just bursts out. In the case of the Greens, it exposes the contempt for the police that is typical of the milieu, it exposes a feeling of superiority in the Green group that is not justified intellectually or ethically, and a deep contempt for those who believe that law and order is a good principle.

A self-confident ideological elite looks down unmoved on an official who is practically executed by an Islamist in a blind frenzy. And even this viral, fanatical bloodlust was unable to break through the eco-elitist arrogance towards the supposedly staid state power and to show human compassion for a brief moment of self-restraint.

There are many different types of political laughter. The fake laughter to appear likeable. The artificial laughter at the Munich strong beer tapping at the Nockherberg, when a politician has to put on a brave face for the evil satirical play about him. The ice-cold laughter of power, the patronizing laughter in the dictators’ stands of the world.

Usually, people complain about a lack of honest, free, relaxed or simply happy laughter in politics. The laughter in the Berlin House of Representatives is one of the most disgusting varieties of laughter. No one would have missed it.

Afterword from the translator:

Continue reading

Tweet, Tweet

Yesterday’s European elections must have sent a shiver of dread through the salons of the globalist oligarchs who rule over us.

“Those right-wing extremists are a threat to democracy! Don’t people know better than to vote for them?”

The Lumpenproletariat obviously cannot be trusted.

Meanwhile, on this side of the Atlantic the Trump juggernaut is gaining momentum. It’s clear that a mere criminal conviction in a kangaroo court is not enough to stop Orange Man. He can’t be permitted to get his hands on the levers of power. Something must be done.

One possible something is H5N1, better known as the Bird Flu. It’s already being hyped bigly by the news media. Fear porn about it is being ginned up.

Like COVID-19, H5N1 appears to be the product of gain-of-function research. Also like COVID-19, “vaccines” for it have been prepared in advance, and are waiting in the wings.

Between now and November we can expect lockdowns, mandatory masking, school closures, work-from-home, needles for everyone, vaccine passports, and…

Universal mail-in voting!

Problem solved.

There’s No Business Like Migration Business

This article is not current — it was published last year — but there’s no reason to think the migrant situation in Europe has improved since then.

Can you imagine what would happen to a private corporation that cut a “deal” like the one the EU cut with Turkey? The phrase “instant bankruptcy” comes to mind.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Die Welt:

€4.7 Million Per Person

Ankara took back 2,140 migrants as part of the EU-Turkey deal

Sobering results of the EU-Turkey agreement: Since 2016, Ankara has taken back just 2,140 migrants from the Greek islands. The costs amount to almost €4.7 million per migrant. In return, the EU took in more than 37,000 refugees.

According to a media report, Turkey has taken back around 2,200 migrants since 2016 as part of the refugee agreement with the European Union. Since the agreement came into force, a total of 2,140 people who had previously illegally entered the Greek islands have returned to Turkey, reported Bild according to a preliminary report, citing new figures from the EU Commission.

In purely mathematical terms, the EU paid almost €4.7 million per migrant returned, the report says. Conversely, the EU had taken in 37,397 refugees from Turkey as part of the deal by February of this year.

According to the report, the EU Commission also criticized the fact that the government in Ankara has refused to take back migrants since March 2020. Since then, there have been no more returns despite repeated requests from the Greek authorities and the EU Commission, Bild quotes from the report.

Afterword from the translator:

Continue reading

Why is Nationalism Good in the Middle East, But Evil in Europe?

A version of this essay was previously published in Norwegian at the website Document.

Why is Nationalism Good in the Middle East, But Evil in Europe?

by Fjordman

What exactly is a right-wing extremist? Robert Fico, the Prime Minister of Slovakia, was nearly assassinated by a left-wing activist on May 15, 2024. Fico later indicated that the attempted murder was a result of “political hatred.” He criticized hostile media, especially outlets co-owned by companies linked to the billionaire George Soros, as well as foreign-funded NGOs and the opposition. Robert Fico is a Social Democrat in economic terms, and was a member of the Communist Party in Czechoslovakia in the 1980s, but he is critical of mass immigration.[1]

Pim Fortuyn in the Netherlands was homosexual and had a left-wing background. He was murdered by a left-wing environmental activist on May 6, 2002. The mass media had whipped up hatred against Fortuyn after he criticized Islam and immigration.

It seems that any European, regardless of economic and social agenda, who opposes mass immigration to their country is automatically branded a “right-wing extremist.”

The most basic instinct of all living creatures, right down to bacteria, amoebas and other single-celled organisms, is self-preservation: You want to continue existing. Are Europeans now worth less than amoebas, since we are labeled as extremists if we want to continue our existence?

Why are Europeans evil, racist extremists just for wanting to preserve their own nation and culture? And how long will Europeans put up with being treated like this?

People in large countries such as Pakistan, India, China, Egypt or Ethiopia can assume that their countries will still be reasonably intact in the next century. China may have a low birth rate now, but Chinese people are not being displaced in their own cities.

Unless the whole world is ravaged by an extremely deadly disease, or the Earth is hit by a large asteroid that wipes out human civilization, Pakistanis, Indians, Chinese, Egyptians and Ethiopians can be fairly certain that their nations will still exist in a hundred years.

Can the same be said of the English, Germans, Italians, Spaniards, French, Greeks, Swedes or Dutch? It is no longer certain that European civilization will exist in a recognizable form in the next century.

Mass immigration from other continents is so huge that vulnerable European nations risk being dissolved completely. Some of the most dynamic and inventive peoples in world history could disappear from history forever. This threat is now very real.

Which is more extreme: Replacing the population of an entire continent, or resisting this?

Continue reading

Viktor Orbán: “Great Wars Do Not Come Out of Nowhere”

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Uncut News featuring remarks by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. It’s not clear whether the original text was in German, or in Hungarian (or even English) and was translated into German:

VIKTOR ORBÁN:

Great wars do not come out of nowhere.

Economic crises, shortages of raw materials, arms races, pandemics, false prophets, assassinations, dark shadows surround us.

This is how it starts.

There have been generations on this earth, our grandparents and great-grandparents, whose worst nightmares came true.

We see the signs. We see the writing on the wall.

Hungarians know the nature of war. They know that a war always ends differently than one imagines at the beginning.

That is why millions of young Europeans lie in mass graves today.

That is why there are not enough Europeans; that is why there are not enough European children.

War kills.

Someone dies with a gun in their hand. Someone dies while fleeing. Someone dies in a hail of bombs.

Someone dies in an enemy prison. Someone dies during a pandemic. Someone dies of hunger.

Someone is tortured. Someone is raped. Someone is taken into slavery.

The rows of graves are endless. Mothers cry for their sons. Women cry for their husbands.

So many lives lost.

Continue reading

Mannheim — The Knife Playground of Europe

There’s been another knife attack in Mannheim, this time with a carpet knife/box cutter. The target in this case is a local politician for the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany). I must point out that, based on the video, the attacker is not a culture-enricher, but rather “someone who has been living in Germany for a longer time.”

It seems that Mannheim has become a sort of knife-spa, with its fame spreading far and wide so that people are flocking to the town to get in on the bladed-weapon action.

London, look out!

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Political violence

Mannheim again: AfD candidate Heinrich Koch stabbed — with video

Mannheim again! When the AfD politician catches a poster-destroyer red-handed, the poster vandal reaches for a knife. 62-year-old Heinrich Koch is taken to hospital with cuts. The perpetrator is arrested. A video shows the crime.

Mannheim

A political opponent of the AfD stabbed AfD candidate Heinrich Koch in Mannheim on the night of Wednesday. The 62-year-old local politician was taken to hospital with cuts. The perpetrator was arrested. There is also a video of the incident.

The police announced on Wednesday afternoon: “On Tuesday evening at 10:30pm, a 25-year-old suspect was arrested on Schwabenheimer Strasse in Mannheim. He is said to have previously damaged and stolen several election posters on Relaisstrasse.” It further states: “An AfD politician, who had also become aware of the incident, pursued the suspect and stopped him. The 25-year-old suspect is said to have then wounded the AfD politician with a carpet knife.” The man was arrested shortly after the crime.

Perpetrator is said to be mentally ill [Well, after all he’s a leftist. That’s OK, then, isn’t it?]

The police claimed that “there were clear signs of mental illness during the arrest.” A police spokeswoman could not explain to the JF why this was the case. “Of course, a medical temporary detention order is not issued by us, but by a doctor who checks whether the man is fit for detention.” He is now in a “psychiatric hospital.” There is allegedly no evidence that the man did not recognize the AfD politician. However, there are numerous election posters in the city with the portrait of the AfD politician Koch.

The attack occurred at 10:45pm on Relaisstrasse near the market square, where an Afghan carried out a knife attack on six members of the citizens’ association Pax Europa, including Michael Stürzenberger, and murdered the police officer Rouven L. on Friday.

AfD Mannheim describes perpetrators as left-wing extremists

According to his district association, Koch, who is an industrial engineer by profession, had observed the latest stabber tearing down AfD posters. When he confronted him about it, the perp is said to have stabbed him. The Mannheim police officially confirmed this morning only that there had been a police operation. They plan to release further information in the morning.

The AfD spoke of an attack by a left-wing extremist. AfD Bundestag member Markus Frohnmaier from Baden-Württemberg told Junge Freiheit that, to his knowledge, the AfD candidate had been attacked with a carpet knife and injured in the stomach and probably also in the face. He is in hospital and responsive. Frohnmaier was shocked by the act. “This is also due to an intellectual mobilization against the AfD, which has led to our party constantly being placed outside the democratic consensus. This then encourages violent criminals to take action against AfD politicians.”

Continue reading

Covid-19: All Lies. All Crime. — Chapter 5

Below is the fifth chapter in the serialization of Paul Weston’s book Covid-19: All Lies. All Crime. Previously: Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4.

Covid-19: All Lies. All Crime.

by Paul Weston

Chapter 5: Matt Hancock’s Role

Ex-Health Secretary Matt Hancock suffers from dyslexia. He has trouble with words and numbers. Two words he should get very used to spelling and recognising are geronticide and democide. The former means the killing of the elderly. The latter, according to the Collins English Dictionary, means:

The killing of members of a country’s civilian population as a result of its government’s policy, including by direct action, indifference, and neglect.”

Hancock clearly suffers from a narcissistic personality disorder. He is also firmly aligned with Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. In his tenure as British Health Secretary he was involved in various dubious instances where personal friends were awarded large government contracts for Covid-19 related procurements. And, of course, whilst he was telling us to lockdown and avoid all personal contact with others, he was carrying out an adulterous and very up-close and personal liaison with his squeeze Gina Coladangelo.

In the furore following the Coladangelo affair, Hancock was pushed out of the government’s inner circle and sought to rebuild his career by appearing on trash TV reality shows. Never has there been a man so unsuited to run a whelk stall, let alone oversee the government’s reaction to an allegedly unprecedented emergency.

Or at least “so unsuited” in normal times. 2020 was far from normal, however, so perhaps Hancock was engineered into his position as Health Secretary precisely because of his callous and cold-hearted inabilities, rather than despite them. After all, it takes a particularly wicked sort of human being to do the dirty work sometimes required by those who set the Globalist Agenda. Hancock was an absolute Godsend to those in need of immediate and large numbers of deaths.

In late 2020, Amnesty International issued a 54-page Report into the Great Care Home Cull. Amnesty didn’t go quite so far as to unequivocally state it was an exercise in mass murder, but it got very close to doing so by implication. Amnesty also called for a full government inquiry. To date, this has not happened. Nor has The Great Care Home Cull been forensically dissected in the ongoing governmental inquiry into the pandemic. In point of fact, both it and the Amnesty Report have been disappeared, vapourised, or Memory-Holed as Orwell might have put it.

Hancock is aware he is in some danger of prosecution for Democide. He has already stated he believes government officials should be indemnified against prosecution for deaths resulting from ministerial action taken during an international emergency. The problem he faces is that the deaths were caused only by government action as opposed to a viral pandemic.

Continue reading

Hair of the Dog

After the knife jihad attack in Mannheim, the governing “traffic light” coalition in Germany wants to solve the country’s problems by importing more Muslim migrants.

Of course! What an elegant solution! Why didn’t I think of that?

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Migration Conference

After Mannheim, SPD and FDP want to bring more Muslims into the country

SPD migration conference: More Syrians and Afghans should come. The traffic light representative for migration agreements (FDP) wants to “encourage people from Islamic countries to immigrate”. Everyone condemns the division of society, but no one condemns the terror. [They only condemn the first because they want DIVISION and TERROR]

Berlin

At its migration conference in the Paul Löbe House in the Bundestag, the SPD largely ignored the terrorist attack in Mannheim. One day after the death of police officer Rouven L., the threat of Islamism played no role, according to a report by Die Welt. Instead, the prominent speakers, including SPD parliamentary group leader Rolf Mützenich, warned of a “division of the country” and opponents of immigration policy.

The Federal Government’s special representative for migration agreements, Joachim Stamp (FDP), spoke out clearly against deportations to Syria at the conference. Returns there would be impossible “since butchers like Assad are in power there.” Administrative courts would not go along with this either. According to a new law by the traffic light coalition, before being deported every migrant must be given a lawyer who can file a lawsuit against the deportation. [And I’m pretty sure these puppeticians are getting a healthy commission from those liars.]

FDP wants to spread “positive migration narrative”

The FDP politician believes that the solution to the criticism of refugee policy in the “tense debate” is to spread a “positive migration narrative” in society. He reported that he is currently trying to persuade more young people from Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan to immigrate to Germany. More than 90% of the population in Uzbekistan is Muslim. In Kyrgyzstan, the figure is 75%, and Islamic fundamentalists are carrying out attacks. [Well, that clinches it for me — they’re importing fighters to do their dirty work.]

Stamp justified his approach as follows: “These countries have a large surplus of young people, so we are not taking anything away from anyone.” He also said that cooperation with Morocco was very important.

Why the minister mentions “Mannheim”

According to the report, Development Aid Minister Svenja Schulze (SPD) demanded in her speech at the Paul Löbe House that Germany continue to accept many people from Syria, Afghanistan and other countries as asylum seekers. The aim is to “reduce the imbalance between the main receiving countries in the Global South and the countries in the Global North, instead of placing even greater strain on them.”

In contrast to the speakers preceding her, Schulze used the word “Mannheim” once: She said that a trained sanitary and air conditioning technician from Morocco had been placed in Mannheim with the help of her ministry. [How does he condition the air flow of natives? With a knife through their gullets? And I guess that’s also where the “sanitary” part comes in. Sounds ominously like a job description for a concentration camp warder.]

Afterword from the translator:

Continue reading

Michael Stürzenberger: Enemy of the State

The above photo of Michael Stürzenberger was screen-capped from an interview he gave Junge Freiheit from his hospital bed. The man you see there is considered by the German state to be a danger to the country’s constitution.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Mannheim assassination attempt

That is why the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution is monitoring Stürzenberger

Because he is calling for a ban on political Islam and for Afghan immigrants to be screened, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution is keeping an eye on the stabbed Stürzenberger. Further unpleasant truths make him an enemy of the state.

Munich

The Bavarian State Government’s “Bavarian Information Center against Extremism” explains on its website why the Office for the Protection of the Constitution is monitoring Michael Stürzenberger, an Islam-critic who was almost stabbed to death in Mannheim. The Afghan perpetrator murdered a police officer.

According to the statement, there are “actual indications that Stürzenberger and the Bavarian BPE regional association are pursuing anti-Islamic efforts that are relevant to the protection of the constitution and are aimed at abolishing religious freedom for Muslims.” “BPE” refers to the citizens’ association Pax Europa [Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa], for which Stürzenberger warns against political Islam.

But what exactly does the Office for the Protection of the Constitution accuse Stürzenberger of? The state-run “Bavarian Information Center against Extremism” has compiled several quotes that are supposed to prove the 59-year-old’s hostility to the constitution. [These bureaucrats will stretch anything to justify their own existence, even if it is to the detriment of all.]

Screening of Afghan migrants “violates human dignity” [Wow, and my wife had to go through a rigorous screening when we thought some twelve years ago to move to Germany from South Africa.]

First of all, there is this statement: “Every Muslim who comes to Germany from Afghanistan as a supposed ‘refugee’ must first be carefully examined for his or her attitude towards Islam.” This demand, the authority claims, would “violate human dignity” and is likely to “treat Muslims as ‘second-class citizens’ and exclude them.” [Does that statement mean that Afghans will get German citizenship by default? Because that’s exactly what this sounds like to me.]

Because Stürzenberger said that supporters of political Islam were pursuing the goal of “transforming Germany into an Islamic country in which Sharia law prevails,” he was spreading a “conspiracy theory approach,” according to the secret service. The critic believes that Islamists are working “at all levels in society and politics to help spread and gain increasing influence from their ideology, which is aimed at seizing secular power.” [Well, they’ve been saying this from the word “Mohammed,” and that our so called “intelligence services” do not believe what they have been saying for the last 1400+ years, while having successfully implemented this vile ideology in many countries around the globe in various ways, shows clearly that the word “intelligence” is to them not what it means to most of us. It’s definitely ABSENT when it comes to Islam and its aims for world domination.]

Stürzenberger: “Islam is not only religion, but also politics”

The state also sees evidence of Stürzenberger’s “anti-Islamic efforts relevant to the protection of the constitution” because he wrote on PI News: “Islam is a total and totalitarian system. It is a political religion with a claim to superiority and power. Allah is the supreme legislator and his laws are contained in the Koran and thus in the Sharia. And in the Koran, Allah calls for tolerance and peace on the one hand, and on the other hand he promises paradise to those who fight against the infidels with violence. Islamic terrorism is based on this.” [It’s the absolute truth, it’s been written clearly in the Koran and the Hadith. Just because the “intelligence” service cannot read doesn’t make it into a LIE, now, does it?]

Stürzenberger’s statement that the terrorist attack on the Israeli Olympic team in 1972, in which 17 people died, was the first attack by political Islam also makes him a case for the Office for the Protection of the Constitution. The accusation is that he “reinterpreted” the crime. The information office does not write what religious-ideological background the terrorist attack actually had or what it might have had instead. [And we’re supposed to believe this? Are they serious? Well, they’re the ones that are definitely giving the German people the Long Kiss Good Night here.]

Banning political Islam is subversive

In addition, Stürzenberger demands that the judiciary also include the component of “political Islam” in its decisions. While right-wing extremist views have long been aggravating factors in criminal prosecutions, Bavaria accuses the attack victim of violating “the rule of law” with this request. [There’s no “rule of law” when it comes to Islam by the looks of it. That statement made it absolutely clear.]

The Bavarian extremism experts also base their assessment of Stürzenberger on the fact that he describes the ban on “political Islam” as the “greatest social task of the 21st century” in order to “eliminate it from life here in Europe”. [And Stürzi is right; after all, millions of our ancestors perished while fighting to keep Islam OUT, and these people throw those sacrifices back into their faces for their own sick suicidal ideology. Not only Islam needs to be pushed out, but also everyone that makes apologies for Islam and helps them to infiltrate and conquer our societies. These people are TRAITORS.]

Afterword from the translator:

Continue reading

There’s Gonna Be a Certain Party at the Station

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Unser Mitteleuropa:

DDR 2.0: From “Chattanooga Choo Choo” to “L’Amour Toujours”

The older ones among us may still remember the “special train to Pankow.” To the tune of “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” Udo Lindenberg wrote and sang his mocking song about Erich Honecker.

Instead of “Pardon me, boy, is that the Chattanooga Choo Choo?” as in the original version in the 1941 film “Sun Valley Serenade”, the version by Glenn Miller and his orchestra, Lindenberg said “Excuse me, is that the special train to Pankow — I have to go there — just to East Berlin…” (see video, and here’s the original.)

The song was a secret hit in the DDR at the time and was therefore not allowed to be played. From a left-wing perspective, this is somehow understandable, since it was a mockery of the DDR leader Erich Honecker. Red bigwigs of today, such as Comrade Faeser, have also declared that mockers will feel the “full force of the state”.

The real scandalous parallel between the DDR and today’s Germany is the fact that not only was singing the “updated” lyrics banned, but also the original melody. Back then, in the DDR, a lyrics-free version of “Chattanooga Choo Choo” was not allowed to be played in discos and at dance events, just as “L’Amour Toujours” is not allowed at countless events in the freest Germany of all time. And that despite the fact that the Glen Miller version was over 40 years old at the time, and the composition by the Italian Gigi D’Agostino dates back to the previous millennium.

We do not have a “Reich Music Chamber” (RMK), like the National Socialist institution that was tasked with promoting music that conformed to the system or was acceptable to the Nazi system, while suppressing music that contradicted the desired attitude or cultural conception at the time, but the first step in that direction has been taken. We have always been told to “nip it in the bud”, but anyone who resists today is labelled “right-wing extremist”.

Afterword from the translator:

And interfering Interior Monster Nancy Faeser has been outraged that the video from the oh-so-enriching “haute culture” attack on Michael Stürzenberger on Friday has gone viral and that the visage of the perp has been shown and his right to privacy has been infringed upon. I guess a serious payout of taxpayers’ money, as compensation for this serious infringement of his human rights, is on the horizon for that jihadist. Just remember: that is something that comes from the selfsame government/ministry that has actively plastered the faces, names and addresses of those drunk kids on Sylt for singing “Germany for Germans, foreigners out”. I take it we all can clearly see where the priorities lie here, can’t we?

Sleepwalking Into World War Three

Despite the title of this post, we’re not really sleepwalking into World War Three — at least our leaders aren’t. For whatever reason, they’re marching with eyes wide open into a war with a major nuclear power.

I can’t pretend that I understand why the Powers That Be think that war with Russia is a good idea, but it’s obvious that they are hoping for one. Almost all NATO countries are discussing contingency plans for conscription, accelerated arms production, and preparing citizens for the hardships and privations of war. Possibly nuclear war.

It’s insane.

Few Western political leaders are willing to resist the pressure to jump on the war bandwagon. Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico was one, but he got shot. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is another. So far he hasn’t been shot, or stabbed, or blown up by a would-be assassin. But if I were he, I’d definitely have a food-taster on the payroll.

Mr. Orbán makes an appearance on Hungarian state radio every week to discuss relevant issues of public importance. Below are excerpts from his talk on May 24, in which he focuses on the difficulties Hungary faces in its stance against participation in the Ukrainian war.

Many thanks to László for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

Continue reading