Interview With a Nazi Hunter

The following video from VICE News features an interview with a German Antifa activist who likes to beat up “Nazis” in the streets. Make sure to watch it all the way to the end (past the credits) so you can see Vlad’s brief postscript.

Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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New Wave of Death Threats Against Björn Höcke

Björn Höcke is the regional leader of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) in the state of Thuringia. Political leaders and media outlets have demonized him as a “neo-Nazi”, and now his family has been attacked.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating this brief article from Junge Freiheit:

Death threats: Police reinforce protection for Björn Höcke

October 4, 2019

After receiving two death threats against Thuringia’s AfD chairman Björn Höcke, the police have reinforced his protection. The Thüringer Allgemeine reported that the letters also threatened the politician’s family.

According to the MDR, the State Criminal Investigation Office has begun investigations. The two letters were received at Mr. Höcke’s electoral district office in Heiligenstadt and at the AfD party headquarters in Erfurt.

These threats were not the first threats of their kind. What is new, however, is that Mr. Höcke’s family has been the target of an attack. Therefore, since the death threats became known, six police officers have been permanently stationed at the house of the top AfD candidate for the upcoming state elections on 27 October.

Jihadi “Youths” Are Grandfathered In

The Netherlands passed a law earlier this year that would revoke Dutch citizenship from anyone who travels abroad to wage jihad in the way of Allah. However, the law cannot be applied retroactively, so anyone who went to Syria before it was passed — which means most of the “Dutch” mujahideen — is exempt from its provisions. As a result, a gaggle of mischievous youngsters will be “grandfathered in” and allowed to return to the Netherlands.

Many thanks to C for translating this video report, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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A New Wave of Migration to Germany?

There are rumors in Germany that a new wave of “refugees” is flooding the country’s borders, but there are also reports (including one by Politically Incorrect) that say the rumors cannot be confirmed.

However, the following article from Bild indicates that the borders are being reinforced with additional police in anticipation of just such an eventuality.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation:

Concern About Refugees

Now more police at all German borders

By Burkhard Uhlenbroich
September 28,2019

It’s a problem the federal government just can’t handle: Refugees and migrants coming illegally to Germany.

By the end of August this year, the Federal Police had registered 26,409 illegal entries at the German borders. In 2018, the figure was 42,487.

The problem is currently worsening because more and more Syrian refugees from Turkey have been coming to the EU since April. In August the UN Refugee Agency registered more than 8,000 refugees from Turkey in Greece. A year earlier there were only 3,200 of them.

The situation in the overcrowded Greek refugee camps is dramatic. The German government fears that many migrants could try to come to Germany.

The Federal Ministry of the Interior is now reacting to this. After Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (70, CSU) extended the border controls to Austria this week, he is now significantly expanding the stop-and-search procedures at all German borders.

On Monday a corresponding decree will be issued to the federal police. The aim is to noticeably increase the presence of policemen in the border area in order to combat illegal entry and smuggling.

Seehofer told The BILD: “Security starts at the border. In addition to the reassignment of border controls at the border with Austria, I have instructed the Federal Police to intensify the stop-and-search practices at all other German internal borders. We have all the borders of our country in view.”

In the case of the stop-and-search practices, the officers carry out checks on persons without there having to be any suspicion about the person. The Federal Police carry out these random checks at all borders and within 30 kilometres inland from the border.

Culture-Enriching Robberies at the Railway Station in Rome

A few days ago a gang of Algerian thieves robbed two people at the Termini railway station in Rome. One of the victims was a magistrate (political affiliation not specified), and the other was a senator for the 5-Star Movement. The latter party has just formed a national government in coalition with the Partito Democratico, which has reversed the anti-migrant policies put in place by former Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this article from Il Giornale:

Railway station: Band of Algerians rob senator for M5S and judge

The thieves struck twice within a short period. The police succeeded in finding the stolen objects in a bed and breakfast near the station.

by Andrea Pegoraro
September 25, 2019

They were robbed in the course of a short time by the same thieves, a band of young North Africans who struck in the area of the Termini station.

The victims of this ugly experience were Gabriele Lanzi, a senator for the 5-Star Movement and an appeals court judge. As reported by Metro News, two members of the gang have been captured and arrested, accused of aggravated theft. They are an Algerian of 20 years of age and another of the same nationality, age 27. The third is still being sought.

The thieves first struck the magistrate who was having lunch in a restaurant near the station. When the moment came to pay, the appeals court judge realized that his travel bag had disappeared. Inside were private documents and files of the proceedings for a conference in which he was supposed to participate. Shortly, thereafter it was the turn of the Honorable Lanzi. The (5-Star) senator was looking for a taxi in Via Amendola, and at that moment, a young man approached him asking him for an address while another young man kept a lookout. But it was an excuse. The moment of distraction was costly for Lanzi, because another member of the gang arrived, and carried away the bags that the politician had with him. Inside were a PC, an iPad and some documents. The gang then got away.

After the theft, the senator went to the police. The officers searched the streets near the station, after recognizing the perpetrators of the theft. They identified an Algerian and noticed that he had with him the keys with the logo of a bed and breakfast. Once inside the hotel room, they found the objects stolen from Lanzi and some of the magistrate’s documents.

Banglatown in Campania

Palma Campania is a municipality in the Naples region of Campania. Immigrants from Bangladesh — who make up a considerable percentage of the municipal populace — are unhappy that the mayor has refused to give them permission to conduct their Islamic prayer services in the street.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this article from Il Giornale:

Palma Campania, the “hostage town” of the Bangladeshis

Protests from the Bangladeshi community after the mayor said no to prayers in the public squares. The first citizen: “What racism? I don’t have the power.”

by Francesca Bernasconi
September 25, 2019

Palma Campania is a town in the shadow of Mt Vesuvius, but it closely resembles a city in Bangladesh.

Here, in fact, a massive presence of Bangladeshi foreigners has settled. According to the registry office, of 18,000 residents, there are only 2,000 foreigners, but the unofficial statistics estimate the number to be at least twice as high.

And for some weeks now, the mayor, 34-year-old Nello Donnarumma, has been under attack, blamed for denying the Bangladeshi community the possibility to pray in the squares and the streets. “They have presented me with a sheet of paper with four lines with the name of the street, the day and time — and that’s it,” explained the mayor to Verita. “And then, for reasons of public order, I said no. Racism is not involved, politics is not involved; it is only administrative and technical management.” The Muslim community, in fact, would have liked to meet every Friday to pray in public squares. “ A scenario that cannot be proposed in the present state.” In order to guarantee security, in fact, numerous local police officers would have to be deployed, a force that the municipality does not have.

The mayor declares that he would have to consider a specific service for the event and “leave the rest of the city unattended.” Besides, in Palma Campania, in the case of events not organized by the municipality, they would have to consider private sources to pay security officers.

After the “no”, the Bangladeshi community protested against Donnarumma, asking for a no-confidence, but the first citizen is not giving in. “I have explained clearly to everyone that I will continue to say no if there is no concrete assistance: Men of the forces of order are needed to lift this burden from us of managing this type of ceremony alone.” In the meantime, however, he has requested the convening of a meeting with the other municipal administrations in the area to attempt to discuss the situation.

It is not a question of racism and the mayor points out that he supports the importance of protecting all religions. “But I am responsible for public security in my municipality and I cannot permit that there are situations which are potentially dangerous.” And on Facebook, he confides: “If you try to enforce the laws of the state and guarantee security, you are accused of being a member of the League or a racist.”

[Photo Header Palma Catania: Muslims cannot pray on the street]

[Subtitle: Mayor’s ordinance for reasons of public order. Bangladeshis: “Close to the Lega (League)”]

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Going Galt in Hungary

T.L. Davis sends this guest-essay about the opportunities offered by the nations of the Visegrad Four, especially Hungary.

Going Galt in Hungary

by T.L. Davis

Americans are increasingly looking outside of the U.S. for retirement and freedom. True believers in the republic are seeing the rising wave of socialist and even communist policies being championed on the right. There seems to be no resistance to the increasingly hysterical demands of the environmentalists. The passing of the Patriot Act nearly two decades ago has proven to be as radical and damaging to individual liberty and privacy as it was feared and discounted by government officials as “conspiracy theory.”

Anti-Trump Republicans do not recognize their role in his election. If there had been one solid line of resistance against Barack Obama’s policies, that was not ultimately compromised, Trump would not have been elected. If a candidate like Jeb Bush had been seen as anything other than Democrat-lite, he would have won the nomination.

Republican voters feel as if they are in a fight for their lives and culture and no longer have an ally in the Republican Party. Red Flag laws are nothing but confirmation of that belief. Republican politicians have lost their courage when it comes to individual rights. Did they miss that Alexandria Ocasio Cortez proposed a Green New Deal that would eliminate airplanes and Beto O’Rourke said: Hell yes, we’re going to take you’re AR-15s? Their constituencies hear no outcry, no, demands for a retraction to such an obvious violation of the Second Amendment, or do they simply intend to use it to get re-elected (as usual) with no action to prevent such an occurrence from taking place?

Republicans have lost the trust of their base and have no interest in regaining it. They continue to operate on a playbook from the previous century. They still see Democrats as something akin to John Kennedy instead of Fidel Castro, and that’s only part of the problem. The other part is they are largely globalists, and it is reflected in their voting records. They cannot serve two masters — neither of which are their voters — forever.

More and more, Republican voters of yesteryear feel abandoned, with a sense that electing a Republican will get them no closer to their goals, but rather just a moderation of the Democratic agenda, and that isn’t good enough. That is why they voted for Trump and will again.

The problem is, harder-core small “r” republicans have given up on the process. Rampant voter fraud encouraged by the Democrat Party and not effectively prevented by the Republicans ensures that the socialist train has no brakes. The nation is effectively a democracy with mob rule being the new normal. This impression is enhanced by the recent push to impeach Trump through agreement with no evidence to back up assertions; the assertions seem to be the evidence used by the committee. Small “r” republicans feel as if they are standing on the periphery of the French Revolution and have a choice: to stay and watch the gore fill the streets or bail. More of them are opting to bail, or go Galt, but where will they go?

If the problem is a slippery slope toward communism, with a slight pause at socialism, it would be logical to look at other countries that have survived the brutal axe of totalitarianism and come out on the other side with a stiffer backbone — countries like Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Viktor Orbán arrived at a conference of Christian communicators and requested a meeting with Rod Dreher, editor of the American Conservative, who relayed this message: Orban said that he wants Westerners and others who share these values (to strengthen the national and Christian identity of the nation) to come to the Hungarian capital, where they will be free to speak their minds and establish a base. “I’m trying to create a free place in Budapest,” he said. “Please consider Budapest as a kind of intellectual home.”

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Beloved Foreigners… And Friends

Ethnic Swedes, the indigenous population, are now just one of many peoples who inhabit a rural area in northern Europe called Sweden. Within a few decades the white Swedes will be a minority in a country that was once their own.

Our Swedish correspondent LN has translated this article from Samhällsnytt about the catastrophic results of Sweden’s immigration policies, and how some now openly allow themselves to discuss the coming Swedish demographic catastrophe:

“No human right for Swedes to recognize themselves in their own country”

Swedes have no right to demand to be able to recognize themselves in their country or society. Instead, they should be grateful that the country is being taken over by immigrant groups such as the Assyrians in Södertälje.

This was claimed by the newspaper Sydsvenskan‘s cultural writer Rakel Chukri, who herself is of Assyrian origin, in a debate at the Book Fair.

The big book fair in Gothenburg is currently underway. Although national-friendly actors such as the paper Nya Tider [New Times] are now barred from participating, the infected immigration debate was not entirely avoided. After decades of criticism of the negative consequences of immigration policy by the Sweden Democrats/SD and the new alternative media, the critical debate has gradually started to reach the editorial boards of the old media as well. What first became sanitized to mention was that immigration costs a lot of money, something that was long denied.

More permissible to discuss consequences of immigration other than just the economic ones

But recently the door was also opened to discuss other aspects of Sweden’s transformation into an ethnically segregated country, topics previously considered to belong to the domain of racism. The phenomenon that is usually called “white flight” — that is, Swedes move out when immigrants move in — does not solely have socio-economic explanations.

Just as migrants associate with their own groups, Swedes also see a value in living with people from their own ethnic group. Ivar Arpi from Svenska Dagbladet broke new ground in the mainstream media when he recently broached what ordinary people, Sweden Democrats/SD and alternative media have been talking about for decades — it is demographics, rather than the economy, that is prompting more and more voters to turn to the SD.

Opinion gap between the people and the journalists

Ivar Arpi received a lot of praise from discerning people for leaving ajar this door into the establishment media. The initiative was less popular within the largely left-wing culture and among elite journalists.

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Don’t Even Mention Tommy’s Name!

Facebook’s latest updated “community standards” seem to preclude even the mention of Tommy Robinson’s name. Violators of the rule may have their posts summarily taken down, and their accounts suspended.

Danish television is less politically correct than most outlets west of the Iron Curtain, so the Facebook representative in the clip below has to face some (mildly) critical questioning.

Many thanks to Tania Groth for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Matteo Salvini in Passignano sul Trasimeno

Last week former Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini visited the town of Passignano sul Trasimeno in Perugia. In the video below you’ll see him pressing the flesh and having selfies taken with supporters in the crowd. He then speaks to the assembled citizens about the new government and its pro-migration policies.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Gutmensch From Italy Gets to Feel Migration on Her Own Body

Many thanks to Nash Montana for translating this article from Politikstube:

Gutmensch from Italy gets to feel migration on her own body

The Italian actress Gloria Cuminetti, who is known to be an outspoken opponent of Matteo Salvini and a fervent supporter of Carola Rackete [captain of the NGO migrant-ferry Sea-Watch 3] , was forced to spend the night in the hospital. Reason: An illegal Moroccan knocked her out while passing by.

It happened last Saturday evening in Turin. The 34 year old Halim Ben Daoud from Morocco, an illegal migrant in Italy, staggered down the street, started an argument with a married couple for no reason, not far from the city centre of Turin. Eventually he lurched towards Gloria Cuminetti and punched her in the face. Suddenly there was a muffled sound. Then crashing to the ground, on the asphalt, where she remained lying, motionless. There was no time for her to comprehend that she was punched. “He kept repeating the same sentence over and over in an incomprehensible language; he yelled and he stared at the ground. I only heard one noise, when he walked past me and I lost consciousness”. That is the actress’ last memory. And as soon as she found the strength, she got up and began running towards a police car not far from her.

The military initiated a search for the perpetrator, which ended just a few minutes later. The 34-year-old Halim Ben Daoud, an illegal Moroccan in Italy with priors, was stopped and arrested only a few hundred meters from the crime scene. He was violent towards the police. He attacked them, leaving them no choice but to use the taser and the electronic weapon. The police shot one warning shot, then brought the injured man into the hospital, where he had been released earlier that same evening, and then to jail. Doctors determined a “condition of psychomotor anxiety,” and drugs were found in his system. The 34-year-old had punched a husband and wife in their ‘60s in a similar fashion just before he attacked the actress.

“At the time when I felt the strong pain, I was already on the ground and everything was black, and my jaw still hurts and my lips are still swollen,” the actress says, as she repeats: “I am not afraid; it’s a fact that it happened. I hate racist controversies. Tomorrow is another day. I will continue to live here; maybe I’ll use my bicycle more often, that way no one can stop me and get on my nerves.”

Gloria Cuminetti spent the night at the hospital. In her opinion, the worst came later when the haters began commenting on various news posts she shared on her Facebook page. Cuminetti has been targeted for her position in support of taking in migrants and against Italy’s border security decree. She’s become a target for showing open solidarity with immigrants, and there is no lack of insults in drowning her Facebook page. “The haters on the internet have already begun to insult me.”

“Did you get targeted by a resource [i.e. culture-enricher]? Capita!”, or “Let’s remain human, right?” Another one: “I hope you can get rested up, but you know today you’ll be hit in the face, and tomorrow you’ll be forced into a black bag when Shariah is implemented.” “Forgive him, he’s basically a resource,” says one of the messages, which was left under a post that Cuminetti had shared about solidarity with Carola Rackete.

And again: “Maybe now is the time to thank Matteo Salvini for the border security decree so that the attacker got taken down by the law with a taser, or maybe you got nothing else to say…”

“They look at my stuff, but those who write certain things, I just feel sorry for them,” she says.

Brad Johnson on Security Issues and Organized Crime in Latin America

The following video is the latest in a series from the retreat held in Quebec earlier this month. In this installment José Atento of the Brazilian blog Lei Islâmica em Ação interviews Brad Johnson, a former CIA station chief who now heads Americans for Intelligence Reform. The two men discuss the convergence of drug trafficking, weapons trafficking, human trafficking, and terrorism in Latin America. Mr. Johnson says the same organized crime outfits are involved in all of these nefarious activities.

The Portuguese translation of the English-language portion of the clip is included in the transcript below. José has also translated his Portuguese introduction into English.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the recording and subtitling:

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No One May Talk to the AfD!

During one of the recent climate-change demonstrations in Berlin, the leftist organizers of the rally assigned minders to accompany members of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) who were there to interview participants and videotape the goings-on. The level of suppression was like that in the People’s Republic of China.

Or it was like the immune system of an organism whose antibodies vigorously attack, surround, and neutralize a perceived invader.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Santi Abascal: “They Are Destroying Our Culture and Our Civilization”

Last weekend Santi Abascal, the leader of the “populist” Spanish party VOX, was invited to speak at an annual event hosted by the Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) in Rome, the same event at which Viktor Orbán had spoken previously.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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