End of Days? — Part II: An Update

In a follow-up to Thursday’s post, Seneca III provides a more detailed account of Cousin Theresa and the catastrophic failure of her Brexit deal.

End of Days? — Part II: An Update

by Seneca III

To recap: The voting down of May’s Brexit ‘Deal’ (the Withdrawal Agreement) was not meant to carry out the will of the British people as determined by the Referendum, but rather the first step in a convoluted process to use amendments and contra-constitutional machinations designed to bring about a set of conditions whereby departure would be interminably delayed until we would be forced to remain shackled to and still funding the crumbling EU by default.

Summary: Today is Day Two since Theresa Mary May and her spavined government managed to survive a vote of no confidence by a narrow margin because the thought of a Jeremy Corbyn administration run by a Marxist cabal of Venezuela-style apparatchiks was too much even for the most ardent Remainer to contemplate… and little has changed.

In many ways this scenario is best illustrated by The Daily Telegraph, once known as ‘The Tory Party at Prayer’. It, like its readership in the comments section, has sunk into a morass of internecine, bipartisan uncertainty where so many of the comments demonstrate a level of ad hominem sniping that is depressing to behold — a reflection, perhaps, of this divided country at large. On the 16th January it led with an article exposing the underhanded duplicity of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, one Phillip Anthony Hammond (another Oxford PPI graduate) in which it reported (mostly behind a paywall[1]) that:

Philip Hammond [together with Clark (Business Sec) and Barklay (Brexit Sec) I would add], told business leaders that the “threat” of a no-deal Brexit could be taken “off the table” within days and potentially lead to Article 50 “rescinded”, a leaked recording of a conference call reveals.

The Chancellor set out how a backbench Bill could effectively be used to stop any prospect of no deal. He suggested that ministers may even back the plan when asked for an “assurance” by the head of Tesco that the Government would not oppose the motion.

He claimed next week’s Bill, which could force the Government to extend Article 50, was likely to win support and act as the “ultimate backstop” against a no-deal Brexit, as a “large majority in the Commons is opposed to no deal.”

Hereunder a list of known participating CEO’s:

1.   Jurgen Maier, Siemens UK
2.   Doug Gurr, Amazon UK
3.   Keith Anderson, Scottish Power
4.   John Allan, Pres of Tesco and Pres of the CBI
5.   Peter Mather, BP UK
6.   Leo Quinn, Balfour Beatty
7.   Richard Pennycook, British Retail Consortium
8.   Paula Vennells, CEO of Post Office and director of Morrisons
9.   Caroline Fairborn, CBI
10.   Vivienne Hunt, McKinsey & Co.
11.   Simon Blagden, Fujitsu UK
 

[It is worth noting that In January 2018, senior Conservative MPs mounted pressure on Theresa May to sack Hammond as Chancellor following his recent comments about Brexit, which were deemed too Europhilic in nature. He remains in office, so the Witch of Westminster must obviously hold him in some sort of affection — or complicity. It looks as if Hammond, May & Co. do as all crooks and fraudsters do. All have something on each other, so they must live by the code of “If I go down, so will you.” It is mutual blackmail that holds the gang together…self-survival.]

However, Hammond, Clark and Barclay are not alone in the government’s attempt to thwart the will of the people. Again, in the Telegraph on the 17th more revelations of the treason embedded in the heart of Westminster surfaced[2]:

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Media Silence on Muslim Rape Gangs in Finland

Katie & the Wolff report from a courthouse in Finland where the names of culture-enrichers are vastly overrepresented on the lists of defendants in cases involving the sexual molestation of minors. Not surprisingly, these statistics are not being covered by the Finnish media.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for editing and uploading this video:

Previous posts on Katie & the Wolff:

2019   Jan   13   Katie & the Wolff: A Report From Rotherham North
        14   Katie & the Wolff Get the Brush-Off From the Mayor of Oulu
        16   Katie Hopkins vs. YLE in Finland
        17   Katie Hopkins Talks to the Finns Party About Muslim Rape Gangs
 

Katie Hopkins vs. YLE in Finland

Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff and Katie Hopkins have recently been in Finland to report on the growing presence of “grooming gangs” — more accurately, traffickers in child sex slaves — among culture-enriching “Finns”. Katie & the Wolff have been paying special attention to Oulu, a city in northern Finland that is now known as “the rape capital of Finland”.

Yesterday, after they met with Laura Huhtasaari of the Finns Party, Ms. Hopkins was once again interviewed by a journalist for the state broadcaster YLE. When asked tendentious questions, Ms. Hopkins — with her trademark English-bulldog style — insisted that the interviewer deal with the topic at hand on her own terms, and not those of the PC state media.

Many thanks to KGS for recording and uploading this video. Knowing YLE, this is the only version of the interview that will ever see the light of day. The audio track is quite low, but if you turn the volume up you should be able to hear just about all of it:

Uniformity of Opinion in Germany, and the State Indoctrination That Produces It

The SPD politician Thilo Sarrazin is known for his provocative statements about immigration and Islam. As we reported last night, Mr. Sarrazin was recently a guest speaker at an event at the University of Siegen, and was vigorously protested by progressive students.

The video below is an editorial comment by RTL WEST head Jörg Zajonc, who objects to the widespread attempts to silence dissident opinions.

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

However, the uniformity of opinion decried by Mr. Zajonc is not a bug in German culture, but a feature. It is seen as the responsibility of teachers, journalists, and commentators to ensure that their audience is directed towards the correct opinions.

As MissPiggy (who translated this one, too) put it:

The state broadcasting agitator Anja Reschke declared on Swiss television (on the German-language network 3sat) to the stunned presenter that in Germany, journalists have an “educational mission”, because the citizens would otherwise overthrow “the government”.

Once again, thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript #1:

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The Canadian Government Moves to Crack Down on Internet Dissent

It seems that the Canadian government is looking to suppress what remains of independent journalism in the country by further regulating content on the Internet. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) — which is melded with the CBC in some mysterious fashion — has submitted its recommendations to the government for changes to legislation governing telecommunications and media in Canada.

Ezra Levant thinks they will use it to shut Rebel Media down:

A brief snip from the MobileSyrup report may be found atPuget Sound Radio:

CRTC wants legislation to optimize competition, encourage CanCon, enable affordable access

Canada’s telecom watchdog has filed a preliminary submission to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel

By Sameer Chhabra, MobileSyrup.com
January 10, 2019

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has formally filed a preliminary submission to the panel responsible for reviewing the country’s broadcasting and telecommunications laws.

The CRTC’s January 10th, 2019 filing comes one day before the January 11th deadline, and urges that any new telecom legislation proposed by the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review panel should focus on “outcomes that will benefit Canadians in an era of hyper-connectivity by optimizing competition, enabling affordable and innovative services and extending these services and the facilities necessary to access them across the country.”

The Commission’s use of the phrase “optimizing” is explained by its belief that “varying degrees of competition” have already been introduced to Canada’s telecom market.

The submission filed by Canada’s telecom watchdog also outlined recommendations for changes to Canada’s broadcasting framework, referencing points raised in the Commission’s May 2018 programming distribution report.

According to the CRTC, new broadcasting legislation should encourage the production and consumption of Canadian content (CanCon), while also ensuring that all participants in the country’s broadcasting industry should “participate in appropriate and equitable—though not necessarily identical—ways to benefit Canadians and Canada.”

A lengthier report was published by The Star. Some excerpts are below:

‘Smarter’ rules would ensure all digital players pay for CanCon, panel told

By Terry Pedwell
The Canadian Press
Friday, January 11, 2019

OTTAWA — Federal lawmakers need to make foreign content providers, such as Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime, pay their fair share into producing Canadian content, Canada’s broadcast regulator and its public broadcaster argued this week.

What that share looks like, however, remains uncertain as the federal government moves to tear down and rebuild the country’s broadcast and telecom regulations.

In written submissions to a seven-member panel, both the CRTC and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation also called on Ottawa to create new rules that encourage news content distributors to deliver accurate and trustworthy information to Canadians.

The submissions, which were due Friday, are part of a wide-scale review of Canada’s Broadcasting Act, Telecommunications Act and Radiocommunication Act that was started last June by a panel of experts chaired by former Telus Corp. executive Janet Yale.

[…]

“What we’re asking for are new and different powers to regulate in a different way,” Scott said in an interview with The Canadian Press. “It doesn’t mean more regulation. It means smarter, better, flexible regulation. A new toolbox.”

The CRTC has asked for explicit statutory authority and flexible mechanisms to regulate audio and video services, both foreign and domestic, including online.

That would help the regulator ensure that any service provider making money from Canadian viewers and listeners also somehow pays toward the creation and distribution of Canadian content, as domestic broadcast companies do now.

Currently, traditional broadcasters in Canada contribute millions of dollars to bodies including the Canada Media Fund and directly pay for original Canadian productions.

But a shift by Canadians to viewing content online has eaten away at funding models that rely on subscriptions and advertising revenue.

Scott said regulators need the authority to reach agreements with new digital platforms to ensure they contribute “equitably” to the creation of that content.

[…]

The CBC’s submission Friday was nearly identical in tone, saying the government needs to ensure that digital companies profiting from the Canadian cultural marketplace also help pay for the creation of Canadian programming.

It also called for mechanisms to ensure Canadians have access to “trusted news and information” through entities including Google and Facebook.

I tracked down the PDF of the “CBC/Radio-Canada submission to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel” at the CBC website. It’s a monster at 46 pages and 29MB; however, most of that space is taken up by lavish color graphics, so it’s not quite as long as it seems. There’s also a lot of repetition; nevertheless, the core material consists of dense PC/MC bureaucratic bumf that demands a lot of determination and caffeine to slog through.

I’ve only made a preliminary survey of the contents, and will simply present some of the highlights here. First, the Executive Summary:

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Grandpa

Earlier today I posted subtitled excerpts from a press conference given by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. The photo below wasn’t appropriate in that context, so I’m posting it here. It shows Mr. Orbán with his grandchildren. The text reads, “Happy New Year”:

The photo was included in an annual letter sent out to members of the Fidesz party.

Surgeon Offers a Second Opinion on Frank Magnitz’ Wounds

In the following interview posted by the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany), a surgeon named Dieter Neuendorf presents his opinions on the head wounds suffered by Bremen AfD chairman Frank Magnitz. Dr. Neuendorf does not see the largest wound as being consistent with simply falling to the pavement, but says it could only have been caused by receiving a blow to the head with a blunt object.

Many thanks to Egri Nök for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling (WARNING: contains graphic images):

Video transcript:

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What Really Happened to Frank Magnitz in Bremen?

Police in Bremen have now released excerpts from CCTV footage of the vicious attack on Frank Magnitz, the local chairman of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany), which occurred on Monday night in Bremen.

Instead of the standalone CCTV footage I’ve embedded Vlad’s composite video, which begins with an MSM hit piece against the AfD. This “news” report aired on Radio Bremen, which is the local franchise of ARD, the German state broadcaster. As you can see, all the reporters and “experts” are unanimous in their negative appraisal of the AfD, and are determined to downplay what happened in Bremen on Monday night.

Listen to what they have to say, and then watch the CCTV footage. An important portion of the sequence of events is missing: we don’t see what the first man does to Mr. Magnitz before the figures appear at the bottom of the camera’s field of view. After that two men knock the victim to the ground.

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

The following report by Egri Nök was published earlier today at Vlad Tepes in a slightly different form.

Visit Vlad’s place to see stills captured from the CCTV footage.

Police Release CCTV Footage of Brutal Attack On AfD Politician

by Egri Nök

Original translation of a police press release:

Place: Bremen
Date: January 11, 2019

The Public Prosecutor and police have released a video for the purpose of a public search concerning the investigations into the suspicion of inflicting dangerous bodily harm upon the MP Frank Magnitz, Bremen.

A video of the attack is published at www.polizei.bremen.de.

The video shows (partially in slow motion) the raw data of the relevant sequences, recorded by two different cameras in the Sankt-Pauli-Passage at the Theater at Goetheplatz.

The police and the Public Prosecutor want to know: Who can give clues leading to the perpetrators? The criminal police can be reached on the 24 hour hotline 0421 362 3888.

The Bremen public prosecutor offers a reward of €3,000 for clues that lead to the arrest and the conviction of the perpetrators.

Bremen Police are still providing the opportunity to upload pictures and videos on their portal. You can reach the portal under the following link: hb.hinweisportal.de

For inquiries please contact:
Pressestelle Polizei Bremen

Video transcript:

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“Integration” Means I Can Do Whatever I Please!

The following clip is from an Arabic-language Deutsche Welle program touted as a “talk show for Arab youth”. It appeared on the Facebook page of Markus Frohnmaier, the AfD delegate who appeared on the show. When Mr. Frohnmaier was interviewed by the host, he spoke in German, with an Arabic voice-over. The entire video was then subtitled in German.

MissPiggy, who translated the German subtitles into English, includes this contextual explanation:

They didn’t do an accurate job with the German subtitles.

I can hear Markus Frohnmaier speaking, and compare what he says with the German subtitles. The slightest of changes can make him seem like a jerk. Especially in his reply to her accusation.

Another example, concerning the handshake — The subtitles say: “According to my child-rearing, you MUST follow the ritual of courtesy when you meet someone.” He actually says: “I learned as a child to follow the ritual of courtesy when meeting someone.”

The aim is to make him seem “authoritarian”.

Miss Piggy translated the spoken German as she heard it, and not the subtitles translated from the Arabic voice-over.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

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Cologne: Not Your Father’s Silvesternacht

Silvesternacht (New Year’s Eve) in Cologne was a bang-up affair in more ways than one. And no fun for the police.

MissPiggy, who translated the report below, describes the piece as follows:

This is a post written by someone who knows a German police officer. In it he writes about what was really happening on New Year’s Eve in Germany.

The translated post:

The truth about New Year’s Eve — Report of a police officer

by Richard Feuerbach

Today I spoke with a friend who works as a police officer in Cologne and wants to remain anonymous for understandable reasons.

He told me first-hand how and what he experienced in action on New Year’s Eve.

What he told me draws a completely different picture from what the mainstream press tries to draw.

From the point of view of a police officer at the front and from the point of view of the numerous New Year’s Eve victims, the reality is diametrically opposed to the public image in the media.

In the state of North Rhine-Westphalia alone, 38 (!) policemen and -women were injured on New Year’s Eve in action during peaceful New Year’s Eve celebrations, and in some cases have now been incapacitated for longer periods.

Hundreds of colleagues were mobbed, spit on, insulted, beaten and kicked. Even firefighters and rescue workers were victims of almost exclusively “Muslim, Arab and Turkish hordes, which have created in many places civil war-like conditions.” And not only on the so-called Kölnberg.

The so-called “protection zones” around Cologne Cathedral and the central station were hard to hold. A comprehensive control was impossible. In spite of the ban, numerous rockets and guns were fired at people and injured several of them.

The German population, if seen on the streets, were few and far between. Those who ventured out were at the least irritated and at the worst scared or in a panic. And others were filing charges with the police for assault, property damage, insult or sexual harassment. The officers of the Cologne police feel abandoned by Mayor [Henriette] Reker and certify her as having a “below-grade” policy and ivory-tower attitude.

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When is a Beheading Not a Beheading?

When a Scandinavian girl gets decapitated by a mujahid in Morocco. Then it’s a “knife wound to the neck”.

If you’re a Swedish media snoid, that is.

Ingrid Carlqvist talked about all this in her interview last month. The following brief article discusses the same phenomenon. Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this piece from Nyheter Idag:

“Knife wounds to the neck”— SVT continues to minimize the beheadings

The most problematic thing about the beheadings in connection with the murders in Morocco is not the act itself, but that people spread the video on social media of what actually happened. That is how state SVT [Swedish state TV] Rapport may be summarized when they focus on the fact that it may be criminal to spread the beheading video, the incident that the public service outlet calls “knife wounds”.

Since the state SVT in TV texts, on the web, and in news broadcasts consistently refers to “knife wounds” when they report on the murders in Morocco, many private persons have chosen to post the bloody video that shows that the same work was beheadings. Now public service channels are putting a stop to videos that show what really happened, via a feature in SVT Rapport.

“A video that is said to show the murders has been spread on social media. But those who spread the film in Sweden may be guilty of a crime”. That is what the former prosecutor Sven-Erik Alhem told a TV anchor in SVT Rapport.

On the TV screen even in the text, “dissemination is illegal” appears. Further, Rapport shows a feature from Morocco where reporter Diamant Salihu repeats the minimization of what actually happened.

“The girls had knife wounds on their necks,” he says in the feature.

Those who want to show that SVT is wrong in their claim of “knife wounds to the neck”, and thereby spread videos that show what really happened, may risk several years in jail.

“If the crime is aggravated, it carries up to four years in jail and a minimum of six months,” says Sven-Erik Alhem in the feature.

In social media, several users say that the video is being spread just because the Swedish media, in particular the public service, consistently refuse to state that both women had their heads cut from their bodies. Nyheter Idag (News Today) reached out to SVT on Tuesday, but without results.

The Last German in Little Istanbul

The first video below features an interview with a pharmacist who is almost the last native German in a heavily Turkish neighborhood in Mannheim. For him, “integration” means hiring Turkish staff to interact with customers in their own language.

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

The second video (also translated by MissPiggy and subtitled by Vlad) isn’t directly related to the first one, but somehow seems appropriate. It shows a series of man-in-the-street interviews with German citizens, some of whom remain assiduously ignorant about current events — as if they were making sure that sometime in the future, when the political winds shift, they can truthfully say, “I tell you, ve knew nozzink about it!”

Others seem to be very aware that the news and public opinion are being deliberately manipulated by the media:

Video transcript #1:

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