Giorgia Meloni’s Speech in Madrid

Giorgia Meloni is the leader of the anti-immigration party Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) and a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. The following video shows excerpts from Ms. Meloni’s speech at a rally in Madrid hosted by the Spanish populist party Vox.

Ms. Meloni spoke in Spanish, but her remarks have been translated from the Italian subtitles. Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

Continue reading

Why is China so Dangerous?

H. Numan sends this follow-up to his earlier essay about China.

Why is China so dangerous?

by H. Numan

A response from a reader encouraged me to continue my essay about China. His points are valid, and will be exploited to the max by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the near future. China is a dangerous dragon, despite having fairly blunt teeth and very short claws. It remains a terrible danger, simply because of its size. 1.4 billion people can’t be wrong, though they may not have it right.

Let’s look at the People’s Liberation Army. The whole lot of them, army, navy, air force, rocket force and the auxiliary navy. The last are civilian registered ships, operated by navy personnel under military command disguised as fishing trawlers. Yes, the PLA is a powerful force on first glance. However, first looks are deceiving. What they lack is combat experience. They have no veterans. None whatsoever.

You can train someone to become a soldier, easily. But you can’t train someone to become a veteran soldier. Only combat does that. No matter how hard you try. Lots of very promising cadet officers proved to be worthless under fire. Not just freshly-minted lieutenants; it happens to generals, too. Especially if they themselves avoided any hazardous duties, managing desks from as far away as possible, and got promoted based on their relatives, not on experience. In other words: all Chinese generals, admirals and air-marshals.

The current price for three stars (lieutenant general) is 2.5 million dollars. Any Chinese with the right connections and at least that amount of money can become a general. That kind of corruption seeps through down below. A corrupt general (that’s all of them) isn’t going to promote a bright keen honest colonel over his not so bright but corrupt and therefore controllable colleagues. That would be suicide. That bright keen incorruptible colonel cannot be influenced, and makes everybody look bad. Imagine that pest becoming general! What hell can he unleash? Corruption breeds corruption. Only officers with enough money get promoted. Almost the same goes down the line: you need $25,000 to enter the cadet school. Even joining as a humble private costs you hefty $2,500. Which is good news for us: if need be, you simply buy a few generals! It happened in the past. Sun Tzu wrote about it, as a valid strategy in The Art of War [pdf].

Next, almost as bad, is the total lack of experience. China hasn’t fought a war since 1979. A war they lost. All officers, noncoms and soldiers with any kind of experience have since retired. And… they are treated like dogs**t Chinese civilians. Veterans regularly don’t get their retirement. It’s pocketed by the Veterans Administration. So often, that veterans have to demonstrate to get something. Demonstrating is not something you do for fun and games in China. High-ranking officers have often complained about it to the party leadership. With zero results. You think US veterans have it bad? That’s nothing compared with Chinese veterans.

The only reason one joins the People’s Liberation Army is career advancement and material profits. If a bright ambitious officer cadet longing to die for China doesn’t realize that when his parents shell out $25,000 to get him into the academy, he will long before graduation. He’s got two choices: either he coughs up $75,000 for a nice comfy posting in Beijing. Or he doesn’t, and will be posted to the dark side of the moon (Tibet). Where he remains a second lieutenant, until either he finds the required $75,000, resigns or dies. Whichever comes first. The PLA is truly democratic: the same applies to all ranks. With progressively lower fees, of course. Loyalty does not exist in China, least of all within the PLA.

Remember when Germany invaded Austria, in 1938? People were lining the streets with flowers and cheering the invading Wehrmacht. It was even better than a walk in the park! Of course the official poll where 99.75% voted in favor of unification was rigged. It was not only stupid; it wasn’t even necessary. Almost every party was in favor of unification anyway. At least 60% would have voted yes. Probably a lot more.

However, the Wehrmacht couldn’t take that for granted. It was possible (though unlikely) some units of the Austrian army might resist. Or that parts of the crowd might turn hostile. What do you do then? What if a truck or an armored car breaks down? Do you leave it there or repair it on the road? Or do you tow it? Do you need to post guards around it? Fair questions they simply couldn’t answer in advance. Something you have to experience, and decide on the spot. Only then you can write a combat manual about it. The peaceful invasion of Austria gave the Wehrmacht its first real combat experience since 1919. Something that’s worth gold.

Notice the utter lack of PLA units operating in UN peacekeeping forces. Asians don’t like losing face. That’s worse than stepping into a fat smelly turd with your bare feet. Why do Western units participate? Simply to gain valuable experience. Sure, you’ll make mistakes. Lots of them. Some of them even tragic. But overall they gain lots of combat experience with very little fighting.

Continue reading

Viktor Orbán Welcomes Eric Zemmour to Budapest

Eric Zemmour is a popular anti-immigration commentator in France whose TV appearances have often been featured in this space.

In the following video Mr. Zemmour visits Budapest, where he is welcomed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation (from the French portion of the clip), and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

Continue reading

People-Smugglers Love Luciana Lamorgese

Last week I reported on the reaction of Matteo Salvini to an incident in the Italian beach resort of Rimini where a Somali culture-enricher ran around stabbing people, including a young child.

In the following video Giorgia Meloni, the leader of the anti-immigration party Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy), makes some acerbic remarks on the same topic, and chastises Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese for her other official actions as a member of Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s cabinet.

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

Video transcript:

Continue reading

Hungary and Serbia Plan to Stop the Migration Tsunami

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the German-language service of RT:

Orbán: Hungary and Serbia will rebuild Central Europe and protect it from waves of immigration

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has declared that Budapest and Belgrade are committed to rebuilding Central Europe. The two Balkan states would also protect the region from waves of migration from Afghanistan.

On Wednesday Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with her Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán in Budapest for a joint government meeting. After the meeting, the Hungarian head of government announced that the two countries had agreed to rebuild Central Europe. He explained:

“At the moment, however, it is not enough just to rebuild. We also have to protect it to ensure the security of Central Europe.”

The Hungarian Prime Minister referred to the crisis in Afghanistan, which has the potential to cause a “migration tsunami” to spill over to the European continent.

Orbán emphasized that Serbia and Hungary also “defend Western European countries such as Austria and Germany” as long as the two Balkan countries “stand in the way of migration flows.”

Austria’s Interior Minister Karl Nehammer had previously complained about the prospect of taking in Afghan refugees after the Taliban came to power, and bluntly stated that “there is no reason why Afghans should come to Austria now”. Meanwhile, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his government are sticking to the deportation of rejected asylum seekers and illegal migrants to their home countries.

Levente Magyar, State Secretary of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry, warned last month that the dramatic situation in Kabul “could conjure up an era of migration and international terrorism that we did not want and perhaps could have avoided.” Budapest made it clear that it will not allow Afghan asylum seekers unhindered access to Hungary.

The Hungarian head of government had already come under fire for his anti-immigration stance. At the height of the migrant crisis in 2015, Hungary put up a fence on its southern border with Serbia to keep out migrants coming from the Middle East.

How Many Polacks Does it Take to Pull Out of the EU?

Donald Tusk is a much-despised (depending on who you talk to) former president of the European Council, and currently a Polish opposition leader. Mr. Tusk is evidently well-enough attuned to the political winds in his country to understand how close Poland is to saying “Sayonara” to the European Union.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this German-language article from PolitikStube:

Next exit candidate? Tusk does not rule out Poland leaving the EU

Brussels is dissatisfied with Poland, or rather with the judicial reform, so this week the EU Commission applied for a fine against Poland at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg. “The judicial systems in the European Union must be independent and fair,” said Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. For years, the EU has been arguing with Poland about its judicial reform; it is about a disciplinary chamber created in 2018 at the country’s highest court. The EU sees this as a means for the Polish government to unduly influence the judiciary.

In the Federal Republic of Germany, Merkel brings the judges of the Federal Constitutional Court into line and invites them to a feudal dinner before the decision “Intervening in the elections of a federal state”. Numerous judges are also completely independent with their party books.

Does the ECJ even have jurisdiction over the constitutional courts of the EU member states, and does European law take precedence over national law? The unconditional precedence of European law, including over national constitutional law, is not included in any of the European treaties to this day; it was introduced by the ECJ itself in the early 1960s — even then, judge and jury at the same time in its own cause. And universally accepted, since European law at that time did not yet shape the life of every person, but essentially concerned details of customs policy. There is actually no constitution that could easily accept this right of priority.

The financial sanctions do not exactly trigger understanding in Poland, and so the exit from the EU is already brought into play. A possible Polexit would be another setback for the EU, but also a sign of common sense.

From the perspective of Brussels, Poland is one of the European Union’s problem children. Most recently, the EU Commission applied to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for financial sanctions against the country, whose judicial reform, according to the ECJ, violates European law in parts.

Former EU Council President and Polish opposition leader Donald Tusk believes that his country’s exit from the EU can no longer be ruled out. Poland could no longer be an EU member “faster than it seems to anyone” if the current campaign slipped out of the hands of the national-conservative ruling party PiS, Tusk told TVN24. Two days ago, a high-ranking representative of the PiS questioned Poland’s further cooperation with the EU, thus triggering a nationwide debate.

Abolish the Counterjihad!

Long-time readers will remember Rasmus Paludan, the Danish Counterjihad activist who likes to mount extraordinarily provocative actions against Muslims, often involving the desecration of the Koran. He founded Stram Kurs (“Hard Line”), a political party that came close to winning seats in Parliament during the last elections.

In recent weeks Rasmus has found himself in hot water for allegedly engaging in inappropriate sex chat online with teenage boys.

I’ve met Rasmus a couple of times. The most recent occasion was two years ago, when I sat in on an interview with him that Vlad conducted on a river beach in Quebec (the final video installment was posted here). Prior to that, back before Dymphna died, he had interviewed me at length. I don’t think I ever posted that video, and I kind of doubt YouTube has allowed his channel to remain up.

Since the allegations against Rasmus emerged, various people have repudiated him, which is the general custom under circumstances such as these. Most prominently, Alternativ för Sverige (Alternative for Sweden) has cancelled his participation in one of their upcoming public events in Sweden.

Generally speaking, I’m not one to repudiate my professional associates. I know the custom is to “distance oneself” from anybody who is accused of inappropriate or illegal behavior, but I refuse to do that unless there are absolutely compelling reasons. If Rasmus has broken the law, I assume the Danish legal system will in due course prosecute him. Personally, I’ve never had any problems with him. If he really does have a taste for chicken meat, I saw no sign of it. But then, as a septuagenarian geek, I wouldn’t be likely to, would I? All I know is that he is absolutely fearless in the face of imminent threats to his physical well-being by Muslims, and for that reason I respect him.

I must note that child sexual abuse and kiddie porn are the most commonly used means to neutralize someone who has become an extreme political inconvenience. It’s easy enough for an intelligence service to insert child pornography or other incriminating pedophilia-related material on a laptop or phone. As I understand it, such black ops are conducted fairly frequently, with the late Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky being a notable example.

An allegation of pedophilia is something from which a public figure can never really recover. It doesn’t require a “preponderance of the evidence” — never mind “beyond a reasonable doubt” — to convict someone in the court of public opinion; all it takes is a simple assertion about kiddie-fiddling in a prominent media outlet, and your career is basically at an end.

We live in a debased age, so there aren’t many ways that prominent people can be shamed out of public life. A “Me Too” allegation is one, but an alleged affinity for child pornography is even more effective. Someday, when the NAMBLA people get their way and pedophilia is normalized, even that will become ineffective. Until then, however, when a pedophilia allegation against you is published, the umpire jerks his thumb, and that’s it — you’re out of the game.

*   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *

I bring all this up because the Swedish news outlet Fria Tider has used the occasion of the allegations against Rasmus Paludan to call for the effective cancellation of the entire Counterjihad movement. Mind you, this isn’t the mainstream media we’re talking about — Fria Tider (“Free Times”) is one of Sweden’s most prominent anti-immigration alternative media outlets.

The entire editorial is posted below. The author has set up so many straw men and hewn through their flimsy necks that it would not be productive for me to try to counter them all. I’ll just discuss a few of the more prominent ones.

The first and most egregious point is that Fria Tider has chosen to resurrect the decade-old calumny that Anders Behring Breivik was representative of the Counterjihad. To do so the writer is required to ignore Mr. Breivik’s own public admission that his association with Islam critics was a feint designed to divert attention from his real allies, who were the neo-Nazis. As a matter of interest, the Swedish “anti-racist” foundation Expo was one of the few media outlets that was willing to publish the news, so Fria Tider’s failure to acknowledge it constitutes a clear failure to do due diligence on the topic.

Another trope in the editorial is to suggest how much public outrage there would have been in Denmark if Rasmus (or Kurt Westergaard) had made fun of the Holocaust instead of Islam. This is an invocation of the “all religions are basically the same” principle, under which Islam must be treated with the same respect accorded to Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, etc.

One of the core tenets of the Counterjihad, however, is that Islam is not like any other religion. Not only is it absolutely intolerant of other religions, it actively seeks to forcibly convert others to Islam, and demands that those who refuse to convert be killed. There is no other major religion on the planet that adheres to such a doctrine, and for that reason it is the duty of all non-Muslims to resist the incursion of Islam into our societies.

It strains credulity to think that the Fria Tider editorialist is unaware of this basic doctrinal difference, so I can only assume that he or she is willfully ignoring it.

There are some points in the piece that I agree with. For example, the writer asserts that mass immigration from the Third World is always problematic, whether or not the invaders are Muslim. This is something I have maintained for well over a decade — I think my first posts about the predatory Assyrian Christian criminals of Södertälje were published back in 2007. There may be some Counterjihadists who believe that Islam is the only negative aspect about mass immigration, but I don’t know any. Just about everybody acknowledges that an “animist” from the Democratic Republic of the Congo who takes lodgings in a Western society is all but indistinguishable from a Muslim in his penchant for criminality.

That’s enough for straw men. The reader is invited to read through the editorial and find more scarecrows.

One final note: The word “liberals”, as used in this piece, does not have the same connotations that it does in an American context. I’m not sure what the best translation of liberaler might be, perhaps “free-thinkers” or something similar.

Many thanks to LN for translating this editorial from Fria Tider:

Let counter-jihadism stay on the other side of the strait, in Denmark

August 30, 2021

What is freedom? Is it best defined in classically liberal, negative terms — as freedom from state coercion — or is it in left-liberalism’s positive promise of freedom concerning material happiness that the answer lies? In any case, the answer does not exist in Denmark’s de facto state ideology — counter-jihadism — which stipulates that freedom is to be allowed to draw Muhammad and pee on the Koran in Malmö.

It is not easy to understand the Danish obsession with Islam. But in brief, in 2005, Denmark was hit by a riot among Islamists around the world after the newspaper Jyllandsposten published cartoons of Muhammad. In principle, the entire Danish establishment supported the publication and the recently deceased cartoonist Kurt Westergaard was provided with lifelong bodyguard protection at taxpayers’ expense.

Continue reading

Why is Jair Bolsonaro so Popular in Brazil?

A recent meeting between Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Beatrix von Storch of the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) caused consternation among the bien-pensants in Germany — and even among some supporters of the AfD, according to the article below.

Mr. Bolsonaro receives the same treatment in the international media as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and former US President Donald Trump. Anyone who gets his news by skimming MSM articles or glancing at the talking heads on TV comes away with the idea that all three leaders are dangerous would-be totalitarian demagogues, if not outright neo-Nazis.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Politically Incorrect:

Counter-argument: Why is Jair Bolsonaro so popular in Brazil?

In Brazil, the conservative President Jair Bolsonaro, who was elected with 55 percent of the vote in 2018, is still extremely popular. In Germany, thanks to unanimous media defamation, he is viewed negatively even by conservatives. Many PI-News readers also criticized the meeting between Bolsonaro and Beatrix von Storch. A reply from the Brazilian author Fernando de Castro.

Jair Bolsonaro was elected in 2018 after almost 20 years of rule by the corrupt left-wing, centralist parties to strengthen the rights of the unborn and gun owners, rebuild state infrastructure and at the same time allow for more private-sector business.

Since then he has repeatedly been the target of left-wing attacks aimed at sabotaging his plans. The Left tries to subvert his agenda with fake news campaigns and waves of lawsuits in court. The Supreme Court, made up of judges appointed by the Left, openly attacks the Bolsonaro government and fuels conflict.

Bolsonaro’s “Dangerous Corona Policy”

During the Corona pandemic, the Bolsonaro government wanted to protect the people without destroying the economy — the policy that in retrospect has proven to be the most effective worldwide, for example in Scandinavia. In April of 2020 the National Congress approved the emergency aid package, with which 40 million Brazilians were entitled to 100 dollars in financial aid, as much as ten years of so-called “family support” from the previous left government.

At the beginning of the pandemic, however, the left-wing Supreme Court blocked presidential authority and authorized regional governors and mayors to independently issue quarantines. Bolsonaro has always been against the lockdown because he understands the serious consequences it will have, especially for poor people. “Hunger kills more people than the virus,” said the President in 2020.

In practice, however, Bolsonaro only had three measures left:

1)   Providing cities and municipalities with medication;
2)   Send money;
3)   Propose easing measures that governors and mayors did not have to follow.

The president provided $37 billion for Corona aid.

(Note: The German media then presented this disempowerment of the president as “Bolsonaro’s dangerous Corona policy”.)

The Corona Corruption of Bolsonaro’s Opponents

While Brazil suffered 510,000 corona deaths, several governors and mayors diverted the federal government’s Corona aid funds for other purposes and were investigated by the federal police.

The governor of Rio de Janeiro, Wilson Witzel (Christian Social), lost his mandate due to money laundering, passive corruption and the formation of a criminal organization. According to federal police, he embezzled Corona funds for hospital construction.

Continue reading

Hungary vs. the EU — Who Will Win?

I wouldn’t have Péter Szijjártó’s job for ANYTHING.

Mr. Szijjártó is a member of the National Assembly of Hungary, and holds the office of foreign minister in the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. It is in the latter capacity that he is obliged to serve as the whipping boy of the European Union. Hungary under Viktor Orbán and Fidesz is the designated enemy of the progressive right-minded globalist apparatchiks of Brussels, and the Hungarian foreign minister’s job is to cower before them, cap in hand, in the European Parliament, in front of the European Commission, or in the television studios of various state media outlets in Western Europe.

That last function is what is recorded in the video below. Péter Szijjártó has been summoned by the BBC to appear before a relentlessly abrasive inquisitor and answer for his government’s sins against progressive orthodoxy. In particular, he is grilled about his country’s recently revised law that prohibits propagandizing for sexual perversion in Hungarian schools.

Mr. Szijjártó maintains his unruffled good humor and calm demeanor throughout this segment. I don’t know how he manages not to tell the guy: “You can take this interview and shove it up your [nether orifice].” And then rip off his mike and stomp out of the studio.

You’re a better man than I am, Gunga Din.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

The Worst Emperor in History

Our Dutch correspondent H. Numan presents a historical overview of the man who did so much to usher in the Great War.

The worst emperor in history

by H. Numan

Who’s that? Though one to answer, what? So many choices. Was it Nero? Caligula? Perhaps a Chinese emperor? Nope. None of those. The very worst emperor in history was German. It was the last German emperor, Wilhelm II. He inherited a stable empire, well on its way to becoming a dominant economic power of Europe. When he was forced to abdicate, his empire lay in tatters. Not only his own empire, mind you. His fall was accompanied and preceded by the empires of Russia, Austria and the Ottomans. His rule influenced current world affairs enormously. Because of his actions the British empire fell a few decades later. And we can thank him for the demise of Western civilization. Due to his actions Hitler was able to rise to power, and in the east Lenin was put in charge. The latter was on his direct orders. Without his personal support Lenin could never have gained power in Russia. Without a communist Russia the People’s Republic of China was not possible.

It all began so well. When Wilhelm ascended his throne, Germany was a well-respected country. The world was (mostly) at peace. Germany was managed very capably by Bismarck. It was allied with Austria and Russia in the Three Emperors’ League. The three countries had a lot in common: none of them was democratic. All of them were ruled by autocrats, and they all were extremely conservative. If one political league was a natural one, this was it. When Austria couldn’t control socialist uprisings in 1848, the Russian Empire sent troops to its aid. Not because they had to. Not because they could grab some Austrian territories. But because the czar felt he was morally obliged to help his colleague ward off evil.

France was recovering from the Franco-Prussian war, but in no position to do something about it. There was no Franco-British alliance. More the opposite: France and England fought for centuries against one another. England’s position on Germany was somewhat indifferent: it wasn’t a naval superpower, that was all that mattered to England. They saw Wilhelm as a sort of clown, who excelled in one thing only: gigantic gaffes. The German foreign affairs department had to work overtime to defuse them.

Broadly speaking, the world was at peace. Colonialism worked. Yes, there were some uprisings here and there, but no national liberation movements. Some colonies became self governing countries (Australia, New Zealand, Canada) within the British empire.

That more or less peaceful world changed completely when Wilhelm II took control. His first act was to get rid of Bismarck. Who needs a competent if not the best chancellor Germany ever had? Certainly not Wilhelm II. Who needs a league of emperors? So he got rid of that too. Wilhelm II was related to every monarch in Europe. Let’s keep it all in the family!

Wilhelm II fancied yachting. Then and now, a sport for the very rich. That made him an admiral, or so he thought. He read the book by Alfred Mahan, and decided Germany should become a naval superpower. Being Willy 2, he didn’t fancy becoming a naval super power, but of course the naval superpower.

He was in luck. The British made the same mistake as the French before them. The French built La Gloire, the first ocean-going all-steel warship. “Jolly good,” said the British, “we can do that too!” The French capacity to produce steel and warships was not nearly as developed as the British, so they didn’t even bother to try to compete. They knew they were beaten.

Later, the British built the first modern real battleship, HMS Dreadnought. Just as revolutionary as La Gloire, if not a good deal more so. At a stroke, all capital ships of every navy were obsolete, including those of the Royal Navy. Hey, said the emperor. Here’s our (= my) chance. Let’s build a lot of dreadnoughts. We’re gonna be the world’s naval superpower! Yes, openly. It was Germany’s destiny, after all. You don’t make friends that way. There was only one tiny little problem. Like France, Germany lacked the capability to outproduce Britain. Unlike France, Willy 2 refused to accept that fact. He tried to out-build the Royal Navy. In vain and at great cost to his nation.

Continue reading

Happy Rebellion Day

Happy Independence Day, everybody!

I want to make sure to include as many “extremist” keywords as possible in this post so that it can be flagged as the work of a dangerous insurrectionist by the Department of Homeland Security.

What began on July 4, 1776 is commonly referred to as “The American Revolution”. However, it’s important to remember that our ancestors rose up in rebellion against the British Crown in order to reclaim their ancient liberties as Englishmen. It was an armed struggle against tyranny, and was considered a treasonous insurrection by King George III. If it had failed, the people we remember as our Founding Fathers would have been rounded up and hanged.

So let’s hear it for rebellion!

*   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *

VDare refers to the Fourth of July as “Juneteenth for white people”. I like that phrase — it has a certain ring to it.

I saw it this morning at WRSA, and later decided to include it in this post. When I consulted Google to search for the link, it was nowhere to be found.

So I switched to DuckDuckGo. I still couldn’t find it, but wow! What a difference in the result sets between the two search engines. The first two pages of the Google search showed me nothing but sycophantic celebration of the Juneteenth phenomenon, plus articles about systemic racism, the legacy of slavery, and etc blah yak. DuckDuckGo, on the other hand, presented me with plenty of dissident points of view on the same topic.

Google has become completely overt in its censorship of political incorrectness. There is the Narrative, and only the Narrative — nothing else is allowed to appear.

George Orwell famously wrote: “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.” But now that our dystopian future has finally been realized, a more accurate vision of forever would be represented by the image at right.

Imagine being a white person in that future — forever.

Since Critical Race Theory is now the dominant ideology in the Permanent Government, the media, Hollywood, the academy, public education, and most major corporations, that’s what we white people have to look forward to. There is no place for whites in that future except to be ground into the dust, assuming they are allowed to survive at all. The ideologues of the new regime make no secret of their plans for us — they’ve told us that “whiteness must be exterminated.”

So why are white people putting up with all this malevolent nonsense?

I have no answer to that question. Some sort of collective madness is abroad in the land. Whether it will abate before whiteness is in fact exterminated has yet to be determined.

Santiago Abascal: Fighting the Socialist-Communist Tyranny

Santiago Abascal is the leader of the Spanish populist party Vox. In the following video Mr. Abascal expresses his determination to resist “Socialist-Communist tyranny” on both sides of the Atlantic. In his remarks he refers to Hermann Tertsch, who — despite his Germanic name — is a Spaniard, a member of Vox, and vice-chair of the European Conservatives and Reformists group in the European Parliament.

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

Video transcript:

Continue reading

Silvia Sardone: “Muslims Are Taking Over the Capital of Europe”

Silvia Sardone is an Italian MEP for the Lega, the party of Matteo Salvini. She’s been seen several times in this space (most recently here) decrying the Islamization of Italy and the baneful effects of mass immigration.

As I reported back in March, the largest mosque in Europe is under construction in Strasbourg, which (along with Brussels) may be considered the capital of Europe. With a Green mayor in charge of Strasbourg, the construction of the mosque is being underwritten with public funds.

In the following video Silvia Sardone visits the mosque site in Strasbourg to express her anger at what is being done there with the help of the Greens.

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

Video transcript:

Continue reading

Vlaams Belang: Protect Our Flemish Identity

Last week I reported that four members of the Flemish “right-wing extremist” group Voorpost had been sentenced to six months in prison for carrying a banner that read “Stop Islamization” (“Stop Islamisering”) at a demonstration. I mentioned the fact that Filip Dewinter, the leader of Vlaams Belang, had carried banners on multiple occasions that featured the same slogan, yet he had never been prosecuted.

This week I dug back into the archives and found the photo shown at the top of this post. I took it in October of 2007, at an event in Antwerp sponsored by Vlaams Belang that featured Filip Dewinter and Robert Spencer as speakers. Almost fourteen years later Mr. Dewinter is still a free man, never having served any time in the slammer for displaying that “hateful” sign.

The following video reports on a demonstration in which members of Vlaams Belang protested the verdict and the sentences against the four men from Voorpost. Filip Dewinter can be seen in the video, showing a lot more grey in his hair than he had that night in Antwerp fourteen years ago.

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

Video transcript:

Continue reading