Viktor Orbán Among The Christians

Rod Dreher has written an excellent account at the The American Conservative of his meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Budapest. Below are some excerpts:

Viktor Orbán Among The Christians

by Rod Dreher

I arrived in Budapest on Friday to deliver a speech at a conference for Christian communicators from around the world. At the last minute, conference organizers alerted some of us that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán would like to meet with us privately at the end of the event. We boarded a bus and headed to Buda Castle, where he received us in a salon. I assumed it would be a quick meet-and-greet. Hardly! He spoke with us for about 90 minutes, and answered our questions frankly. Here’s a shot of the group, whose number included John O’Sullivan and Philip Blond, two names familiar to Anglo-American conservatives:

Mind you, I think I John O’Sullivan and I were the only professional journalists in the room, so this was not a press conference. I did not know that we would be offered to opportunity to speak to the PM beyond saying hello, much less that we would be able to ask questions. Therefore, I didn’t prepare for an interview, and in any case I only had the chance to put a single question.

I tell you this so you readers don’t ask me why I didn’t challenge Orbán on this or that policy of his government. I am perfectly aware that he is a controversial figure who has done things and pursued policy goals that are highly controversial for a number of reasons. However, this was a completely unexpected opportunity to be in the presence of one of the most extraordinary world leaders of our time, and to get a sense of his mind.

If the only thing you know about Viktor Orbán is from Western media accounts, you would think that he was nothing but some kind of mafia thug. The Viktor Orbán you encounter in person is very, very different from the Viktor Orbán shown to Americans by our media. In Orbán — who speaks good English — was energetic, fiercely intelligent, funny, self-deprecating, realistic, and at times almost pugilistic in talking about defending Hungary and her interests. Orbán is what Trump’s biggest fans wish he was (but isn’t), and what Trump’s enemies think him to be (but isn’t). If Donald Trump had the smarts and skills of Viktor Orbán, the political situation in the US would be much, much different — for better or for worse, depending on your point of view.

Orbán begin our session with extended remarks about Hungarian and European politics, and the role of his Fidesz Party in them. He said that when he was elected in 2010, he had one mission: to save Hungary from economic ruin. By the time Orbán’s 2014 re-election bid rolled around, the economy was stable, and he described the mission of his second terms as “to say what I think.”

“I realized in 2014 that I was the only free man among the prime ministers of Europe,” he said, explaining that by “free,” he meant that he had a strong, united parliamentary majority behind him. He added, “In Western political life now, you can’t say what you think.”

When the migration crisis hit Europe in 2015, Orbán famously shut Hungary’s borders to Middle Easterners. Orbán said that Hungary’s was the only government in Europe to respond to the crisis in its own interests, and in the interests of Christianity in Europe. With a population of only 10 million, and as a country where Christianity, as elsewhere on the continent, is fragile, the Hungarians concluded that allowing large numbers of Muslims to take up residence here would mean the death knell of Christianity in time.

This scandalized the European political class. Orbán doesn’t care. He told our group that he understands that he is dealing with elites who believe that being a post-Christian, post-national civilization is a great and glorious thing. Orbán rejects this. He said the main political question in the West today is how fractious pluralities can live together peaceably. He said, “Here the most important question is how not to have the same questions as them.”

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Alice Weidel Confronts the Lügenpresse

The AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) scored major victories yesterday in local elections in two German states, Brandenburg and Saxony. The success of the party was not due to its surpassing the two traditionally dominant parties (the CDU and the SPD), but to its increase in voter support at the expense of those parties (see the graph at the top of this post to get an idea of the dynamic in Saxony).

The fact that the AfD could post these sorts of gains in the face of massive state propaganda, the hostility of the Lügenpresse (“lying press”), and being blatantly labeled as “Nazis” is evidence of the political shift that is currently underway in Germany. In a consensus culture such as that of the Bundesrepublik, the results are nothing short of astonishing.

In the following video Alice Weidel, the co-leader of the AfD, discusses these results with a hostile interviewer from German mainstream media. Ms. Weidel acquits herself with aplomb, and retaliates against her interviewer at least as strongly as he tries to sabotage her.

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

Video transcript:

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Knife Jihad in Villeurbanne

A knife-wielding mujahid went on a rampage today in Villeurbanne, a suburb of the French city of Lyon. At least one person was killed, and a number of others were wounded. Concerning the assailant’s motive, media reports on the incident give no indication of any Islamic component, mentioning only that the fellow was evidently mentally disturbed.

The two videos below show two very different views of what happened in Villeurbanne. Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

The first video is a news report from the mainstream media in France. There is no indication of motive, cultural enrichment, or jihad:

In the second video, the situation becomes clearer: the mujahid is checking each victim to make sure he or she is not a Muslim. In this case, he ascertains that his interlocutor is a Muslim: not only does he leave the fellow unmolested, but the two men exchange high-fives:

Video transcript #1:

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro Beats Macron (And the Globalist Media)

Below is a follow-up by José Atento of Lei Islâmica em Ação to our earlier report on the Amazon fires and the interference by the G7.

Brazil’s Bolsonaro beats Macron (and the globalist media)

by José Atento

You probably have heard the fires in the Amazon region described as a great tragedy that is only occurring because of the “deplorable” government of Brazil, under President Jair Bolsonaro, and how the forest is doomed, and the planet’s oxygen is about to run out, global warming will peak to unprecedented levels, etc.

In reality, what happened was a large operation orchestrated by the globalist media with three objectives:

1.   Destabilize the Bolsonaro government and destroy the recently-signed commercial agreement between the European Union and Mercosul.

Why was Macron so adamant against Brazil, even asking for a boycott and the cancellation of this agreement? Because Macron is afraid of the power of Brazilian agro-business and how it will affect his already precarious situation with the French public, particularly, with its rural population.

The problem is that it becomes very difficult to use lies in the age of Internet. Macron used false data and old pictures, which have been readily debunked.

2.   Create a situation that supports the call for international intervention, beginning with the Amazon Synod currently being organized by Pope Francis.

One cannot dismiss the influence that the Catholic Church still has, particularly in a majority Catholic country like Brazil. And we know Pope Francis is more interested in the environment than in Christians who are being slaughtered by Islam, Communism and narco-trafficking. Such intervention would be consolidated by the more than one thousand international NGOs that have operated in the Amazon for a long time, with the support of the former Brazilian socialist government, and have received international donations from the Amazon Fund.

3.   Based on this “environmental catastrophe”, put a portion of Brazilian territory under international rule. This would be accomplished by the creation of the Triple-A Corridor, connecting the Andes, the Amazon and the Atlantic, governed by indigenous nations under the control of international NGOs and big global financiers. All natural resources (including 90% of the world’s niobium reserves) would be under international control. (Who said the Globalist-Left alliance is against colonialism and imperialism?)
 

The lies were magnified to the maximum and barely dismissed afterwards. For example, the lie that the city of São Paulo was darkened by smoke from the Amazon. The media directly blamed Bolsonaro for the fires in the Amazon, hiding the fact that this is seasonal, and this year has been far from the worst.

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The Murder in Chemnitz, One Year Later

Cast your mind back to the events of twelve months ago in the East German city of Chemnitz (or, if you’re not a long-time reader, see this post). A man named Daniel Hillig was murdered by a Syrian culture-enricher on the streets of Chemnitz. The killer was only recently convicted and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison, as reported in suitably pixelated TV newscasts.

The murder of Mr. Hillig caused outrage in Chemnitz, and sparked a series of angry spontaneous demonstrations. A leftist website used a brief snip of video to spin a fabricated tale about “right-wing extremists” hunting down immigrants on the streets of Chemnitz.

At the time of the incident Hans-Georg Maaßen was the head of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz, BfV), the German intelligence service. The BfV was in a position to know that no such “manhunt” had occurred, and Mr. Maaßen said as much in a press conference. For sinning against The Narrative on Chemnitz, he was forced out of his position.

Opponents of mass migration staged a demonstration in Chemnitz on the first anniversary of the murder of Daniel Hillig. The two videos below report on what happened that day in Chemnitz. Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

The first video contains The Narrative on Chemnitz as presented by the German MSM:

The second video is much more interesting. In it you can see what happened in the demonstration, instead of just being told about it:

Video transcript #1:

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The Bolsonaro Government Flips the Bird at Emmanuel Macron

Because the Brazilian people elected a populist president rather than a leftist or a globalist, the international community has decided to raise the alarm about fires in the vicinity of the Amazon rainforest, even though the fires are well within the normal range for the season. Fiercer and more extensive fires are currently burning in the African tropics, but the countries involved have not sinned against the New World Order, so there is no alarmed campaign about them in the media.

At the recent G7 meeting in France, President Emmanuel “Toy Boy” Macron led the way in proposing an aid package to manipulate help Brazil during the wildfire “crisis”. In response, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his ministers were forthright in directing their tongue-lashings towards Mr. Macron and other members of the G7.

Many thanks to José Atento of Lei Islâmica em Ação for translating this post from the blog at Globo.com:

Onyx says government will reject G7 financial aid announced by Macron

The French president stated that group will send 20 million euros to combat fires. ‘Perhaps these resources are more relevant to reforest Europe,’ replied the minister.

by Gerson Camarotti and Mateus Rodrigues
August 26, 2019

The Minister of the House, Onyx Lorenzoni, told the blog that the government will reject the aid of the G7 to combat the fires in the Amazon, which was announced on Monday (August 26) by French President Emmanuel Macron. The office of the Planalto Palace confirmed the information given by Onyx.

The aid was announced in France after Macron attended a G7 meeting. According to him, the group decided to allocate €20 million to combat the fire [later, the French government corrected itself and reported that it was $20 million].

The French President and President Jair Bolsonaro have been publicly criticizing each other since last week.

“Thanks, but perhaps these resources are more relevant to reforesting Europe. Can Macron not even prevent a predictable fire in a church that is a World Heritage Site, yet wants to teach something to our country? He has a lot to look after at home and in the French colonies,” Onyx told the blog.

“Brazil is a democratic, free nation, and has never engaged in colonialist and imperialist practices, as is perhaps the objective of the French Macron. Incidentally, coincidentally, with high domestic rejection rates,” added the minister of the Civil House.

Onyx Lorenzoni also said to the blog that Brazil can teach “any nation” how to protect native forests. “By the way, there is no country that has a larger native coverage than ours,” he added.

MRE speaks of ‘redundant initiatives’

By means of a note, the Ministry of Foreign Relations (MRE) reported that despite the “supposed launch of new initiatives related to the Amazon” to reforest the region, there are already instruments provided for this type of measure.

According to the note, the actions are foreseen in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and already include, for example, the payment by developed countries like France of US $30 billion for the reduction in Brazil of greenhouse gas emissions.

“France — and other countries that may support its ideas — are expected to engage seriously in these discussions within the UNFCCC, rather than launching redundant initiatives, with amounts well below their international commitments, and with ambiguous innuendo about the principle of national sovereignty,” states the MRE.

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Freedom of Speech is Not When Everyone Says the Same Thing

Many thanks to JLH for translating this op-ed from Junge Freiheit:

Freedom of Speech is Not When Everyone Says the Same Thing

by Laila Mirzo
August 23, 2019

Freedom of expression is probably the most contended constitutional right in the context of today’s political discourse. It is the foundation for democracy and the rule of law, and any curtailment is an indicator of a social-political imbalance. There is something rotten in a state in which everyone is of the same opinion. A lively diversity of opinion is part of pluralism. Striving for a similarity of opinion is a deceptive harmony — the first step toward enforced conformity. It is difficult to ignore that public as well as private broadcasting companies and publishing houses are playing politics with their reporting. Neutral and objective reporting of facts gives way more and more to an instructional pedagogy.

Anja Reschke, journalist and moderator of the ARD [German state TV] political magazine “Panorama” speaks plainly about the “educational task” of journalists in an interview with Swiss Television in December, 2018. Answering the question of what the media’s task is, she says: “A media landscape that is intended to educate the citizen to [become] a responsible, democracy-voting citizen or to enable the citizen to participate in elections. That is the job.” Astonished, the Swiss moderator saw a similarity to the “re-education” of German prisoners of war in Great Britain. Reschke confirmed the parallel.

Re-Education 2.0

The goal of the erstwhile program of re-educating post-war Germany to become a democratic society, and the subsequent “re-orientation” measures was the de-Nazification of the Germany population. The purpose was to break through the Germans’ deference to authority and strengthen critical and independent thinking in the citizens. So that never again should a totalitarian, inhumane ideology plunge Germany into misfortune.

The constitution, the rule of law and a pluralistic media landscape would be effective bulwarks against a new totalitarian regime. But 70 years after Hitler’s Germany, the information task of much of the Fourth Estate has become a “re-education 2.0.” From Tagesschau to Tatort[1], we are told what to think.

If the alternative to advocating a one-sided welcoming policy is ostracism, objectively dealing with political opponents becomes impossible. Ultimately, there would be no “platform for a rightist populist’s incitement.” It could, of course, be that one or another of the onlookers has a provocative thought in the “wrong” direction. If it manages to create a critical voice, a morality trial pronounces sentence.

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The Grauniad Strikes Again

The Guardian — a renowned progressive British newspaper that was called The Manchester Guardian when I lived in England — has published another factually-impaired hit piece on the Counterjihad. I normally ignore such trivialities, but this one contained a slur against me that I just had to correct:

Gates of Vienna was, and still is, run by Edward “Ned” May, an American computer programmer from Washington DC.

I am most emphatically not from Washington DC*. I was born in a small town here in Virginia, and have otherwise lived in Maryland and England. I worked in DC for four years back in the mid-’70s, but never lived there, thank the Lord — Northern Virginia was bad enough.

The Grauniad continues:

It was among the first in a wave of blogs that urged the US to war after the shock of 9/11, and almost certainly the most fanatically anti-Muslim. It takes its name from the siege of Vienna in 1683, when an Ottoman Turkish army was defeated by a Polish-led one. Its essential thesis is that this was only one battle in a long war and that Europe and its civilisation are constantly threatened by a Muslim invasion.

On these varied online forums, the narrative was always the same: a liberal cabal was conspiring with hostile Muslim powers to hand over the decent working people to Islam. This was the animating myth of the bloggers, calling themselves the “counter-jihad”, who congregated at Gates of Vienna and other like-minded sites — and inspired both the violence of Breivik and the message of the racist far-right parties that have transformed European politics in the past decade.

The part about Breivik is reiterating an earlier assertion in the article:

…according to the manifesto he published online, Breivik had been directly inspired by Gates of Vienna — the blog where all these comments appeared on the day of his massacre. Breivik called the ideology that justified his murders “The Vienna school”, after the blog.

This is typical of reportage by MSM “journalists”. They have been retailing this stuff about Anders Behring Breivik for more than eight years, as if Mr. Breivik himself had never explained that his Counterjihad affiliation was just a feint, a ruse designed to keep the media and the authorities away from his true friends, the “nordicists”, i.e. neo-Nazis and Aryan supremacists.

The Grauniad and all the other major outlets should be well aware of Mr. Breivik’s later explanations, because he sent them all a letter in the autumn of 2013. None of them reported on the second part of the letter, which contained his paean to the nordicists. We managed to obtain a copy of it in early 2014; the PDF is available here.

So why did the media decide to exhume the Breivik material at this late date? Apparently it’s because of last week’s shooting attack on a mosque in Oslo. As it happens, this paragraph contains yet another factual error:

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A Swede Keeps Silent — Or Gets Silenced

Earlier this month a popular Swedish YouTube channel called Swebb TV was abruptly and without warning shut down by YouTube.

Swebb TV was not a wild-eyed, wacko place — it featured sober discussion and well-reasoned arguments. However, it was critical of mass immigration as well as the “climate change” lunacy exemplified by Greta Thunberg, and that was enough to attract the scowls of the Powers That Be.

The Swedish government has been putting pressure on Google and other tech giants to suppress “hate” on their sites. As far as anyone can determine, “hate” means any commentary that is critical of the government, and especially of its immigration policies.

Swebb TV had recently become very popular, with a viewership that rivaled that of state TV programs. From the government’s point of view, the situation had become intolerable: Swebb TV had to go. So apparently it gave another sharp nudge to YouTube, and the video heresies of Swebb TV were duly yanked from the web.

The channel says that it has copies of the video files for all its programming, and will re-establish them on a different platform.

Our Swedish correspondent LN has collected and translated material about the suppression of Swebb TV. The following article was written by Ingrid Carlqvist for “Ingrid and Maria”:

Swebb TV shut down by YouTube

A few hours ago, YouTube users discovered that the popular alternative channel Swebb TV had disappeared from YouTube.

“We haven’t received a single warning. I think they’re shooting themselves in the foot with this,” says Mikael Willgert, who runs Swebb TV.

Mikael Willgert spent all of Friday at Stockholm District Court where he watched the trial of A$AP Rocky and his two co-defendants. When it was over, he discovered several messages on his phone that his incredibly popular YouTube channel had been deleted.

When Ingrid and Maria reach Willgert, he is in good spirits. He has not yet reached home and therefore has not read the emails that may have come from YouTube, but says firmly that he never received any warnings about “offensive” content.

“Not a single one! But the channel has become increasingly popular lately. We have received over a million views and 200,000 viewing hours a month. In total, we have had 340,000 unique viewers in the last 90 days,” says Willgert.

“I am pretty sure that the real problem is not that we have committed a ‘hate crime’, but that we criticize the international interests that have a great impact on our politicians. We have reached out to a large audience, and it is probably this that got someone to respond. We have obviously put our finger on some sore points.”

Has a certificate of release

Swebb TV has a proof of publication and therefore has constitutional protection in accordance with the Freedom of Pressure Regulation and the Statement of Freedom of Expression. But since YouTube is an American company, they can disregard Swedish law. And the chance that the Swedish government would protest against this violation of our constitution can be said to be minimal.

Mikael Willgert says that all Swebb TV’s videos are stored on different hard drives so that if they are not entered on YouTube again, the videos will be uploaded elsewhere.

“I think YouTube is making a big mistake here. This opens it up for their competitors and creates new opportunities for them. Sure, it will be extra work for us to upload all our programs on another channel, but of course we will.”

The second article was published by Fria Tider:

YouTube personality: “We live in a dictatorship”

We now live in a dictatorship. This is according to YouTube personality Lennart Matikainen after the independent TV channel Swebb TV was shut down by YouTube.

It was yesterday that Google-owned YouTube shut down the major alternative TV channel Swebb TV due to alleged “hate speech”.

This is as a result of push last year by the Bonnier Group and Stefan Löfven’s government for the online giants to start censoring so-called “hatred”, which has in practice turned out to be criticism of the establishment’s mass immigration and climate alarmism.

Swebb TV did not publish incitement against ethnic groups or other illegalities, but rather skilled and academic criticism of immigration and climate hysteria. The channel is one of the most important media projects in Sweden and had hundreds of thousands of views of its videos.

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We Have a Burka Ban — Not

Our Dutch correspondent H. Numan sends this exposition on the recently-enacted burka ban and related matters in The Netherlands.

We have a burka ban — not

by H. Numan

The Dutch government passed a law banning burkas and niqabs in the public space. No, that is not correct. In some public spaces. Not in all. As you can expect, the progressive left and mohammedans are up in arms. The latter for the moment in arms attached to your body. Don’t worry, a burka ban is worthy of a suicide attack. Mohammedans aren’t that broad-minded. Anything that conflicts with the dawah must be eradicated. With blood, preferably.

From the 1st of August women can no longer practice their freedom of religion in public in The Netherlands. They are discriminated against by the evil Dutch. The law has been changed, so that the wearing of burkas and niqabs in (a few) public places is forbidden. The fine is €350 for virtuous women who cover their modesty. From now on, women are expected to dress like harlots as Dutch women ordinarily do. This, of course, is not my viewpoint, rather the mohammedan one. And that of the progressive left.

It’s a silly law. Why? First of all, not that many women dress in tents. According to different sources, about 300-1200 in total. Second and far more important: nobody is going to enforce it. Comrade Femke Halsema, who heads as burkamaster the People’s Republic of Amsterdam, said it will under no circumstances be enforced in her city. For those of you who don’t know: Amsterdam is now effectively a communist commune. During the last elections Green Left (successors of the communist party) took control of the city.

Green Left is what we call in Thailand a watermelon. Dark green on the outside, bright red on the inside. I’ve checked: the only things they changed were the wordings, images and the logo. The party structure itself would be approved by Joseph Stalin himself. That did not change. They fight then and now for a classless society in which the proletariat rules. Class struggle is out, fighting for the environment is in. You can fight your class struggle just as well by pretending to protect the environment.

Comrade Femke is a ‘do as I say, not as I do’ type of leader. She had a hobby: old-timers. She proudly owned and drove an old Mercedes 200 D. I’d be hard pressed to say which pollutes more: a Trabant from East Germany or comrade Femke’s old rust barrel. Given its age, I assume the latter. Nothing wrong with old-timers, but if you are the chairwomen of the party that wants to be environmentally correct, not a good choice. It’s like the chairman of the WWF being an avid hunter. Oops. That was exactly what Prince Bernard von Lippe-Biesterfeld (husband of queen Juliana) did.

Comrade Femke also has children. Two, a boy and a girl. They were send to a ‘black’ school. We don’t have black schools, but for us a black school is a school where the majority of children have an ethnic background. They are also very bad schools. Not the best teachers, huge classes, lots of absentees, etc. So, as soon as the media were finished with the photo ops showing dear comrade mum bringing her kids to the politically correct school, Femke hurried to change them to a 100% ‘white’ school. That’s a school with a high price tag to keep the undesirables out. Lots of ‘blacks’ in those schools: the son of the ambassador for Nigeria, for example. Again, very hypocritical. But then, so is socialism in general. Comrade Femke puts a lot of effort getting ‘white’ children forcibly assigned to ‘black’ schools. “For community cohesion.”

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Amadeu Antonio and the Dead Boy from Frankfurt Central Station

Before I read the op-ed below, I was quite familiar with Anetta Kahane and her privatized Stasi organization, the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, but I had no idea where its name came from. An extra layer of irony has now been added to the quasi-governmental body charged with enforcing goodthink among citizens of the Federal Republic.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating this piece from Henryk Broder’s website Die Achse des Guten:

Amadeu Antonio and the Dead Boy From Frankfurt Central Station

by Chaim Noll

Amadeu Antonio, a guest worker from Angola, was beaten to death in November 1990 by a group of young Germans in Eberswalde, Brandenburg. I remember the impression that this brutal and senseless act made on us. It seemed symbolic of the emergence of right-wing extremist moods in East Germany. In 2002, the former Stasi employee Anetta Kahane and the interest groups behind her founded the Amadeu Antonio Foundation — today nothing more than a poorly-veiled, state-subsidized institution for monitoring undesirable attitudes and thoughts.

The name Amadeu Antonio was thus not only used for dubious purposes, but also — and this is the positive aspect — saved from oblivion. And with it the atrocity that led to the death of the young African. It has entered the collective memory of Germany: Amadeu Antonio has a Wikipedia entry, documenting his death with newspaper articles and radio broadcasts, his case is mentioned in schoolbooks and contemporary historical works, a good dozen full-time employees of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation live off him, off the memory of him. This is what his name is all about. A name can become a symbol. But what happens if the victim remains anonymous?

The name of the “eight-year-old boy” whom another African bumped in front of a train arriving at Frankfurt main station on track seven on 29 July 2019 — i.e. deliberately murdered — hasn’t been disclosed. (I avoid using the sensitive word “push”, which Dirk Maxeiner pointed out was misused in a murder case a few days ago.) The German authorities — and with them the media loyal to the state — conceal the victim’s identity. There may be plausible reasons for this: Respect for the family, especially for the mother, who barely saved her own life, and whom one understandably wants to spare public attention. This argument is so serious that no reasonably considerate person will criticise the measure. However, there’s a hidden aspect. A clandestine side effect, which I assume will be well known to those responsible.

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Death by Knife in Dortmund

Another day, another culture-enriching stabbing death in Germany. Actually, there may be dozens of incidents like this one every day in Germany. There’s no way to tell: very little makes its way into English-language media, and in Germany itself the national media want to avoid inciting “discrimination” and “hate”, so they deliberately refrain from publishing most of the stories. Alert German readers have to monitor local media outlets to discover the full extent of migrant-inflicted violence in their country.

The murder in Dortmund occurred on Sunday, three days before yesterday’s murder-by-sword in Stuttgart. So before we get to the earlier atrocity, here’s an update on the atrocity in Stuttgart, from a police press release translated by MissPiggy:

Investigators have now provided further insights into the bloody crime. The 28-year-old man, who has been arrested after an investigation as prime suspect, is registered as a Syrian citizen in Germany, according to a joint statement by the police and the public prosecutor’s office.

According to investigators, the man had apparently lived with the later 36-year-old victim in a flat-sharing community on Fasanenhofstraße. However, information to a possible motive is still unclear.

The suspect will be brought before the responsible magistrate in the course of Thursday.

Witnesses, with tips, are asked to contact the Kriminalpolizei at the call number 0711/8990-5778.

MissPiggy also translated the news video below about Sunday’s grisly murder in Dortmund. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

The local news story fails to indicate the ethnicity of the suspected murderer, but Sputnik News includes the cultural enrichment in its report:

German police have arrested a 24-year-old Afghan man, who is suspected of murdering his wife, WR newspaper reports.

The man is alleged to have killed the 21-year-old woman, who is also an Afghan, in the western part of Dortmund on Sunday. The victim’s friend told the police that she discovered the children and “a lot of blood” in the apartment later on Sunday, and saw that a suitcase went missing.

Video transcript:

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The Role of the German State in the Actions of the Sea-Watch Migrant Vessel

Hans-Georg Maaßen was forced out of his position as head of the German intelligence service last year for telling the truth about the non-existent “manhunt” in Chemnitz. Now Mr. Maaßen has spoken up about the German government’s role in the carefully choreographed attempt by the migrant-ferry vessel Sea-Watch 3 to run the Italian blockade at the port of Lampedusa.

FouseSquawk, who translated the article below, includes this introductory note:

The ongoing saga of the Sea-Watch 3 and its repercussions for Italian-German relations has just gotten much more interesting. It is now being reported, both in Germany and in Italy, that two journalists from German state television (ARD), were on board the Sea-Watch during the entire operation reporting on the mission from the rescue of migrants to the standoff at Lampedusa and the illegal docking in which an Italian Guardia di Finanza patrol boat was nearly rammed.

The translated article from Il Giornale:

Behind Carola there is the hand of the Germans. Shocking accusation by ex-chief of the intelligence services

On board the Sea-Watch, next to Rackete, there was German state television. Concerns about the financing of the NGO. The ex— head of German 007 accuses Merkel.

by Andrea Indini
July 30, 2019

Who was really behind the illegal operation conducted by Commander Carola Rackete at the helm of Sea-Watch 3? It is difficult to be certain, but in Germany certain concerns are beginning to be raised on that are directed at German state TV, and consequently at Angela Merkel.

One thesis, which initially had found space at an alternative information site close to the extreme right, Journalistenwatch.com, was also given credence yesterday by the ex-head of the secret services, Hans-Georg Maaßen, removed a year ago after having put the lie to the chancellor about a leaked video denouncing the “foreigner hunt” after the homicide in Chemnitz.

The accusations were hurled last week when the site Journalistenwatch.com wrote that the entire episode of Sea-Watch 3 (incursion along the coast of Libya, up to arrival at Lampedusa and the ramming of the patrol boat of the Italian Guardia di Finanza) was “ a genius work of propaganda” of the public broadcaster ARD, “probably with the intent of provoking a confrontation with Italian authorities at any cost.” On board the ship, which was put to sea by the German NGO Sea-Watch, were in fact, two journalists who filmed and reported the entire voyage in the Mediterranean, the rescue of the migrants, the arrival at the port of Lampedusa in violation of the Security decree to the arrest of Rackete, on behalf of the program “Panorama”.

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Amazon Kills “Killing Europe”

Regular readers are familiar with the films of Michael Hansen, the Danish-American journalist who made Killing Europe, Killing Canada, and Killing Free Speech, among others. Showings of Mr. Hansen’s movies have been shut down by various venues, and a public library in Canada even shut down a discussion about the shutting down of his movies. It seems the Powers That Be are determined to suppress Michael Hansen’s reports on the Islamization of Europe and North America.

The latest entity to comply with sharia and join the suppression is Amazon, which has removed the film Killing Europe from its Prime Video service. Below are excerpts from the news report at Breitbart:

Amazon Removes Danish Filmmaker’s Islam Documentary

A documentary by independent filmmaker Michael Hansen about mass migration and Islam in Europe, entitled Killing Europe, has been removed by Amazon from its Prime Video service. Amazon cited “quality assurance” concerns — despite the fact that the documentary had been hosted on the platform since 2017 without issue. Amazon’s censorship came shortly after Breitbart News covered Hansen’s new documentary, Killing Free Speech, which addresses the rise of Antifa and big tech censorship in the United States.

In its message to Hansen, Amazon said his previous documentary (which is still available on YouTube) does not meet “customer content quality expectations.” Amazon would not respond to repeated requests from Hansen for the company to specify what content failed to meet its criteria. The documentary had previously been hosted on Amazon since 2017. Amazon did not return Breitbart News’ request for comment, but its full email to Hansen was obtained by Breitbart News and is copied below:…

Read the rest at Breitbart.


The short version of “Killing Europe”