The noble warriors of Antifa are getting bolder in their attacks on “right-wing extremists” in Germany. In the past we’ve covered the case of Frank Magnitz, the local AfD leader in Bremen, who was severely beaten on the street. Now it’s the turn of Oliver Flesch, a journalist and activist who was attacked in Berlin by antifas carrying poles and clubs. The police response was to officially prohibit him from using the street on which he was attacked.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
In the following excerpt from a roundtable discussion on French TV, a woman explains how the terrorist attack at the Bataclan restaurant in 2015 made her understand the danger that Islam poses to Western Civilization. She lived in the same building that housed the administrative offices of the Bataclan, and she knew one of the victims who was killed.
At the end of the clip she addresses a question to Daniel “Danny the Red” Cohn-Bendit, the notorious Green/Communist politician and pedophile, but we never get to hear his answer. I also noticed that Eric Zemmour was among those listening to her story.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Once more Tucker Carlson’s people go out and about to film the homeless human wreckage on the West Coast while he adds commentary. I like the way he stays off the screen for the most part.
[I was under the impression he was a California native, but it turns out Carlson was born and raised in the D.C. area. Back in November, his home was attacked by a bunch of speech suppressors while his wife was there, alone. The Antifa mob managed to break the front door before police arrived.]
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This time he opens with California’s boat people but then moves quickly on to Eugene, Oregon, where he finds some hope.
Eugene, a smaller city, has a college, making it a liberal bastion. But it also has a group of Vincent de Paul workers who have set up tents for the homeless. Unlike my experience with the Salvation Army – a hard-working group in Charlottesville – the Vincent de Paul workers take in the drunks and drugged out. That’s quite impressive and unusual. Like Jordan Peterson’s advice on how to take charge of your life, the workers do require that beds be made and personal gear be stored away. The large tents they use appear to be old military surplus equipment.
I wish they’d had a longer interview. When I was first placed in an orphanage, the whole routine was healing in the long run. And it included making our beds each morning. The experience made me love routine. This all-too-brief interview left me wanting to know more about the program. [For some reason, I keep thinking of an early poem of the Baron’s titled The Decay of the Social Fabric in Tidewater VA…can’t find it in my files, though.]
For those who are interested, here’s more information on St. Vinnie’s, as they call it.
In the following series of street interviews, Dutch citizens in ter Apel are asked their opinion about a new poster that advocates putting migrants on a bus back to wherever they came from. Midway through the clip, a group of culture-enrichers shows up to harass and threaten the reporter and the cameraman.
The translator includes this note:
At 1:50 two of them show up, swear and try to attack the cameraman. They speak German. I assume they stayed in Germany for a longer period and were rejected, so now they’re trying their luck in the Netherlands.
Many thanks to C for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Satirical Week in Review by Hans Heckel May 4, 2019
Why confidential information is again filtering out of National Security, everywhere where danger is lurking, and why you too are an extreme rightist
Shocking reports come to us just in time for the approaching EU elections. One is about the increasing danger from right extremist “dangerous persons.” The second is about the increasing danger from the populace. According to the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), a growing danger is coming from right extremists. That is according to a “confidential analysis” by that office made available to the Welt am Sonntag. Since Thomas Haldenweg took over from Hans-Georg Maaßen as head of the secret service, internal matters have been, accidentally of course, dribbling into the public arena, if they are of some political use.
Last summer, when the leading parties needed something to use against the AfD after a demonstration in Chemnitz, one spook misplaced the definition of “Alternative” as a “Test Case” directly into the hands of journalists. Indeed, such a classification as “test case” is confidential, but — oops! — something happened. And the EU elections are almost here — the ones in which the “right populists” could do very well. And, just in time, the next confidential information from the security forces lands on the desk of a Sunday gazette. Stuff happens!
What is in this analysis? We had hoped for fearful exposés, after hearing in connection with the Christchurch massacre of the existence of a “Fascist International” — a globally active, gigantic brown network. Instead, there are barely organized small groups and individuals. In other words, marginal individuals who drool at the sight of a Hitler picture, or dim-witted drinking buddies in attic rooms. BfV’s report must admit (in a whisper) that there is not much here. In elegant gobbledygook, it states that there were “gaps in planning and accomplishing.” In plain German, this means that these morons possibly had something evil in mind, but, luckily, didn’t have the brains to get it done. However it isn’t a good idea to be happy about this, because it doesn’t fit into the picture of a “growing danger.”
This danger can be demonstrated with hard facts. In January, by the BfV’s count, there were 31 “dangerous persons.” Two years ago, there were only 22. That is counting the types from the group “Revolution Chemnitz,” named in the exposé in Welt am Sonntag.
We were already terrified by these people months ago. They tried to inspect the IDs of people on Chemnitz’s Schlossteichinsel and later went after a group of Germans and foreigners with glass bottles, quartz-sand gloves and a cattle prod. The media were electrified, saying that the Chemnitzers were planning no less than upending the democratic system.
The ringleader was apprehended on the same day. A search of the revolutionary’s premises disclosed, to be sure, neither explosives nor firearms, but instead an air rifle and a billy club. Certainly a closer search would have uncovered one of those notorious blank-shooting guns, which — after a shot from middle distance (in the case of this weapon, ca. 3 to 6 centimeters) — can cause a hematoma the size of a freckle, which the victim could carry for life. Or at least for his next three days of life.
How an attack on the Schlossteichinsel was expected to incite a coup is a mystery. Connoisseurs of the affair presumed the attack was simply a trial run for the great putsch. How may we think about that? Did the Chemnitz “revolutionaries” intend to capsize the island as a “test run” for the overthrow of the “media dictatorship and their slaves” as their internet tirades called those in power in the land?
At any rate, the group is said to have tried to acquire semi-automatic weapons, but that failed — “gaps between planning and accomplishment,” you see. And meanwhile, eight of the group are sitting in jail.
We’ve reported in the past (most recently here) on the case of Frank Magnitz, the leader of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) in Bremen. Back in January Mr. Magnitz was brutally attacked and received a severe head wound, presumably at the hands of local antifas.
The following video shows an excerpt from a recent TV appearance by Mr. Magnitz. As one would expect, the moderator and panelists are unabashedly hostile and contemptuous of the AfD leader, but you’ll also notice that the studio audience claps and cheers at the mention of death threats against Mr. Magnitz and the owner of the venue who had to cancel AfD events.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
This is the third in a series by Tucker Carlson on homelessness. He is focusing on the west coast, but the social evil is ubiquitous. [I searched in vain for the second part of the series yesterday. If anyone finds it, please leave a link in the comments.]
In my experience with the homeless, the issues he mentions – mental illness and broken families – are all too true. The roots of those causes are deep and difficult to unravel. For those I worked with who were using only their prescribed medications, family shunning was common and long-standing.
Very often mental illnesses don’t show up until mid-or-late adolescence. When it occurs, families are not prepared to deal with the attendant out-of-control behavior; their child has become a strange monster. Send a teenager to his room? He’ll break up the house. Impulsive, destructive behavior escalates as the mental problems increase. Unprepared families have no idea how to cope. For intact families not riven with their own unresolved issues, things can be turned around but it’s a painful process.
One grassroots group, NAMI, has been particularly effective in resourcing help. This is not a government bureaucracy:
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
What started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 has blossomed into the nation’s leading voice on mental health. Today, we are an association of more than 500 local affiliates who work in your community to raise awareness and provide support and education that was not previously available to those in need.
I found our local group and wanted to attend so I could figure out how to effectively help my daughter. She died of a methadone overdose the day I’d chosen for my first visit. I never had the heart to go back.
As more and more American communities grapple with opioid addiction, the human toll of the epidemic has grown in both scope and severity. And now, scientists at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife have found evidence that drug’s impact has literally flowed downstream to affect marine life, as well.
Specifically, they used mussels as a barometer of pollution in the waters off Seattle and discovered that oxycodone is now present enough in the marine environment there for shellfish to test positive.
The surge in homelessness has many causes. The hollowing out of the American family is one. And the loss of manufacturing jobs which led eventually to the opioid crisis is another. When meaning is lost, people will find substitutes.
I hope Tucker Carlson builds on what he learns about homelessness in America. And I also hope he addresses, however briefly, the surge in the “retired” population, many of whom live in their vans or cars, moving from job to job.
Tucker Carlson will have an ongoing feature this week, focusing on homelessness. It would appear he’s going to concentrate on the west coast, but it’s a problem everywhere.
Charlottesville, Virginia has a problem with homelessness and drug addiction, but they won’t advertise the fact. I used to work in a drop-in center a few blocks (and a whole world) away from that mess the city cooked up and then spewed out at the unsuspecting. I mean the theater of racial “unrest”, our modern version of the Leftist Theater of the Absurd.
As Carlson mentions, this whole thing started in the 60s with Kennedy’s ill-advised closing of mental hospitals and turning out its denizens into their communities to be preyed upon by the criminal class.
The third video about the youthful mischief of European culture-enrichers reports on the actions of residents at an asylum center in the German city of Regensburg. It seems that a young woman who was residing at the center somehow turned up dead. When police came to investigate the incident, the asylum-seekers threw rocks at them.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
The following documentary about culture-enriching Jew-hatred in the Netherlands comes from MandinerTV, a Hungarian center-right media outlet. The interviews are conducted in English and subtitled in Hungarian, but the questions are displayed on the screen in Hungarian.
Many thanks to CrossWare translating the questions, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
This is a tale of two videos from Vienna. The first is an edited, pixelated, and sanitized version of the second.
The story concerns a teacher at school in Vienna whose classroom was full of belligerent, abusive, violent migrants. After a long series of deliberate provocations by the young thugs, the teacher reacted by spitting in the face of one of them. After that it was determined that he did not “meet the teaching qualifications” required by the school, and he was let go.
If it were not for a viral video of what happened, the incident might have ended there. However, the existence of the video meant that the Austrian media had to report on the “spitting teacher”, pre-digesting the events and presenting them in such a way that the violent migrants became puir wee bairns who had been victimized by the teacher.
The first video below shows an MSM report with snips from the edited and sanitized video, along with interviews and commentary about what happened. The second video is an unedited copy of the original viral video.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating the first video, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.
Our Hungarian correspondent László, who tipped us to the second video, sends his take on what happened at the HTL Ottakring School:
Poor Vienna, how I liked it twenty years ago; I am so sad about losing it. For us Hungarians they are almost like our brothers. We call the Austrians our “brothers-in-law” (sógorok).
I think this is an example of the next stage of the local Islamic conquest:the transference of guilt and power. In this process the kafirs get the guilt, the muslims get the power in exchange. The muslims bully someone out of their soul and body and the bitter reaction of that kafir victim (who in this case indeed looks like a cornered dog in the videos) then becomes the pretense and justification for the further violent “backlash”. Nothing new; this is the old Pallywood game.
Reading the Austrian media, this is exactly what happened here: their headlines highlighted how this teacher was violent and spat on the “innocent migrants” (who cannot even be named, but everybody knows who they are), implying that this is “the cause of one altercation”. After all, do not you find it suspicious that now the entire Austrian globalist mainstream media is loudly talking about a violent story involving migrants? They used to hide these stories. It is not just Strache — he could not possibly unbend the warped evil Marxist media in such a short time. It is all about the guilt turned back on the good old Austrians: “He, the Austrian teacher” (note, also an authority figure from a Marxist point of view), “provoked those poor bastards — so he had it coming.” And this moral of the story is aired by loudspeakers for all the new dhimmis of Vienna so that they know their place.
This means that now a lot of Austrians will think twice before they dare to physically protect themselves and others against muslims. So the educational power of the story goes deep down into the nervous system and muscles of the inhabitants of Vienna, weakening them in their ability to fight back — speaking from a kinesiology perspective. In general, I noticed that muslims shape the actual “physical” battlefield in advance with psychological and political methods before they enter it and start to really attack on a bigger scale, and the above is just one example of these methods. Now many mohammedans got the green light in Vienna; the hunting season has been officially opened.
Note that Islam has not even been mentioned in the German media. The highest conceptual level they can grasp and talk about is “migrants”. So even if they manage to talk about it, they are missing the root cause.
Long-time readers are familiar with Rasmus Paludan, the Danish lawyer and anti-Islam activist who has repeatedly staged provocations in culturally enriched districts of several Danish cities. The first time we saw him in action was in January of 2017, when he was chased away from a “community center” in Nørrebro by a group of anarchists and Muslims. Mr. Paludan had worn a kippah while filing a video report at the center, to see what would happen.
As we reported last month, Mr. Paludan’s Koran-burning demonstrations had upset Muslims so much that they rioted in response, burning cars and looting and throwing rocks and engaging in all their other favorite youthful pastimes. As a result, the police banned any further such demonstrations, saying they were a “danger to the public peace”.
Mr. Paludan recently collected enough signatures to put his political party Stram Kurs (Hard Line) on the ballot in next month’s general elections. This has catapulted him from a minor nuisance to a major political irritant, since by law he is allowed to participate in televised political debates.
After you watch the video below, I think you’ll agree that Rasmus Paludan is one of the main reasons why the state has just cracked down on Steen, Jeppe Juhl, and other anti-Islam activists. Mr. Paludan’s actions have forced a national conversation on a topic that the Powers That Be would prefer to leave undiscussed.
By the way — the jowly man who is seen near the end of this clip, looking somewhat morose and thoughtful, is Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen of the Venstre Party, which leads the current coalition government.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:
Our group didn’t do the translation, so I can’t provide a transcript. An electrifying four-minute video, from which this one is excerpted, is available here. You’ll need to set “CC” on to see the close-captioning.