Queer Eye for the Mozart Guy

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from eXXpress. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

What the heck, Mozart? Now the “sexist” Zauberflöte [The Magic Flute] goes woke

The woke craze has now also hit the opera world. How misogynistic and racist are the popular operas by composers like Mozart and Co.? The publisher Critical Classics has set itself the task of turning the historical libretti inside out.

Have you ever thought about how politically incorrect historical opera texts are? The publisher Critical Classics does. Because: Certain words and clichés from yesterday no longer work today.

It begins with Mozart’s “Magic Flute,” reports Deutschlandfunk [German public radio]. Because it is understood to be full of verbal low blows against women and people of colour. This is most obvious in the figure of the evil one, the so-called Moor Monostatos.

The platonic duet between Pamina and Papageno does not remain untouched either. The word “Weib/wife/broad” that is often used there should be replaced by “woman”. And instead of just singing about heterosexual love, space should be created for various love options. Man and man, woman and woman — all of this should also be possible in the new “Magic Flute”.

Not just text changes: characters should also be completely updated

Papagena’s disguise as an “old, ugly woman” is now perceived as sexist and age-discriminatory. The publisher has a solution: Papageno shouldn’t spurn Papagena because of her looks, but because he can’t deal with self-confident women.

But it’s no longer just a matter of text changes. This is intended to strengthen Pamina’s figure. Why is only Tamino allowed to sing a love aria, while Pamina’s commitment to the prince is tacitly assumed?

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Targeting Jews in Belgium

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Dutch-language Jewish news outlet Joods Actueel:

Belgian Jews in a bind

January 30, 2024

Is the situation for Jews in Belgium worrying? Unfortunately, that would be an understatement. It is five minutes to midnight, maybe five minutes after midnight. Worst of all, the policymakers are complicit in the alarming increase in anti-Zionism and Jew-hatred.

by Jonath Weinberger

Each day, Jews in Belgium are confronted in a painful way by the war in Israel. The Palestinian flags waving everywhere and the painstaking distribution of “Free Palestine” stickers are part of the street scene in many Belgian cities these days. Thus, Jews are constantly reminded of the horrors of October 7. Many are regularly harassed by chants of “Free Palestine” or even worse— the genocidal tune, “From the river to the sea”.

In education as well, Jewish students no longer feel safe because they are spoken to in a reproachful tone about the conflict in Gaza. In some schools, anti-Israel pamphlets are even distributed. Other schools organize a minute of silence for the victims in Gaza. But not one word, nor a minute of silence for the more than 1,000 slaughtered men, women, and children on the Israeli side. Nowhere is there a demand for the innocent Israeli hostages to be released.

In Ghent, a group of family doctors decided to boycott Israeli medicines. They called on colleagues and pharmacists to follow their example. “Kauft nicht by Juden” (In German: Don’t buy from Jews”)

Even parties can no longer be held without Palestinian propaganda. The Flemish opening event in Mechelen, on the occasion of the Belgian EU presidency, was disrupted by pro-Palestinian activists. A poet proclaimed pro-Palestinian messages, and from the audience sounded “From the river to the sea.” When the singer Laura Tesoro took her turn on the stage, things got no better. On the contrary, by waving a Palestinian flag on the stage, she excited the visitors even more. A well-organized group of activists succeeded in hijacking the public space with a misleading, one-sided campaign. The brutal, murderous attack on October 7 on a music festival, among others, and several kibbutzes has completely disappeared from view, just like the hostages.

Jihad expert

The one-sidedness of the reporting of the Flemish broadcast is striking here. They invited almost exclusively pro-Palestinian activists, who got an open forum to spread their hate and lies. The extremist Abou Jahjah, a sympathizer with the terrorist Hezbollah movement, had no problem in questioning whether Hamas had actually committed the horrors of October 7. This Lebanese-Belgian extremist has now established his own political movement; the ideas of the party are easy to guess. Jahjah refuses to call Hamas a terrorist movement. And the Arabist, Montasser AlDe’emeh — a self-described jihad expert — shows his extremist side and is allowed to make a number of completely out-of-the-blue accusations against Israel on TV without any critical questions. By allowing the other side in this conflict barely a word, the public broadcast not only makes a serious mistake but also fails to calm the whipped-up mood.

You see this on the street, where the anti-Jewish violence is increasing. It varies from deliberate pokes while jogging to being dragged off a bicycle. On January 13, a 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of illegal weapons possession and preparing for a terrorist attack. Friends of Palestine come down hard when Jews buy products from Israel. Absolutely no form of intimidation or act of violence is shunned.

And then, as a well-meaning, concerned fellow human being, you expect politicians to take hard action against the increasing Jew-hatred in our society. Alas, with few exceptions, there is a deafening silence in this area. Nor is there anything heard about the Israeli hostages, who are still being held prisoner under harsh conditions in Gaza.

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Eritreans Rumble on the Fruitweg

The neighborhood around the Opera Hall Center in the Hague got thoroughly culturally enriched last night by rival Eritrean gangs, who did battle with each other and the police using iron bars, baseball bats, rocks, fireworks, and whatever else they could find that was close at hand. The night was chilly, and they set a bus and police cars on fire so that everyone could keep warm.

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

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The Behavioral Sink in Brussels


Molenbeek, a district of Brussels

It seems the law of the jungle is the only law that remains in Brussels, the renowned capital of Modern Multicultural Europe.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from the Flemish daily De Morgen:

European parliamentarians in open letter regarding Brussels violence: “Growing feeling of insecurity in the capital city of the EU”

A number of European Parliamentarians addressed an open letter to the minister of Internal Affairs, Annelies Verlinden (CD&V), and the Brussels minister-president, Rudy Vervoort (PS). They are demanding a strict approach to drug violence and “decisive measures” to guarantee security in the European capital city.

February 17, 2024

The increasing drug violence in our capital city is also raising concern among the members of the European Parliament, according to the letter. They refer not only to the recent shooting in the capital city but also to the terrorist attack in which two Swedish football fans were killed in a shooting in December of last year, in which a worker of the European parliament was wounded.

The signatories to the letter also express concern over the situation in the Brussels South Station, “one of the most important entry ports to the capital city of the EU”. “The situation is further worsened by petty thefts, from telephones to cars, and by the increasing drug-related criminality,” the letter says.

Reference is made to a recent investigation which shows that Brussels ranks 15th in the cities with the highest crime index of 132 cities researched. “These are just some of the disturbing elements of a growing feeling of insecurity among the people who live and work in the capital city of the European Union,” the letter reads.

Extra police personnel

At a press conference earlier this week, Minister Verlinden stressed that this legislature has invested almost 500 million euros more in police services. “The fight against international criminality remains a priority for the federal government and the federal police,” she said. She also referred to recent efforts to recruit and select more police personnel. “With about 50,000 members, the integrated police have more employees than ever, but we also see that the expectations from the population have grown and that the fight against criminality is raising concern within the organizations, of which the crimes committed are often an expression.”

Hungry for Allah

The following report from the Radio Maudin channel in France features the account of a young woman who had just given birth in a public hospital, and was denied a full meal by the nursing assistant who brought her food. The reason? The nursing assistant was a Muslim, and the young mother was of Tunisian descent. Therefore the halal restrictions had to be applied to the new mother. She was hungry for her ham and mashed potatoes, but she was not allowed to have them.

By the way — the story recounted in this video took place twenty years ago, and conditions in France have obviously worsened considerably in the interim. The little baby girl who was born in that hospital all those years ago is now perhaps a university student, and is old enough to be gang-raped by “youths” on public transportation.

Just sayin’…

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

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Shake Off the Demon

This former priest in Sweden is ballsy, which is a pretty good trick, considering that she’s a girl. In the following video, she denounces the Koran as demonic, and then publicly burns a copy of it.

Excerpts from the introduction to the video at RAIR Foundation:

In a bold act of defiance, 48-year-old former priest Jade Sandberg took to Odenplan in Stockholm last Friday, igniting controversy as she publicly burned the Qur’an and called for the banishment of Islam in Sweden. Sandberg’s protest, captured on video by press photographer Roger Sahlström, attracted curious onlookers and sparked widespread debate across the country.

Sandberg, a former priest in the General Apostolic Church (AAK), an independent Old Catholic Church, has been vocal about her opposition to Islam. She remains resolute in her beliefs despite facing repercussions, including being forced to leave her priestly position last year. “No worldly power can take this away from me,” Sandberg asserts, referring to her priesthood as a calling.

Many thanks to the anonymous translator, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Note: the video transcript below is derived from two separate clips, so the times listed are based on those original clips:

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Jew-Hatred is Alive and Well in Germany

Jews are being beaten up in German universities. No, this isn’t 1935. And this time the globalist oligarchs that rule Germany and the rest of Western Europe have imported the legions of Mohammed to do their dirty work and teach Israel (and Jews in general) a lesson.

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

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“The Netherlands is in the Service of the Migrant”

The following video shows remarks made by a local politician for the FvD (Forum voor Democratie, Forum for Democracy) at a city council meeting in The Hague.

Here’s part of the introduction from RAIR Foundation:

Dutch politician Massimo Etalle from the Forum for Democracy party warned of the consequences of an ‘insane anti-Dutch policy,’ emphasizing the financial strain with ‘a gigantic tax burden of 60%’ to finance a ‘migrant resort,’ and lamented the loss of ‘centuries-old families’ due to government choices.

In a recent session at the Dutch city council of Den Haag (The Hague), a charged debate erupted over the issue of illegal immigration, igniting strong sentiments among political factions.

The discussion was instigated by concerns surrounding a new law mandating Den Haag to accommodate a significantly more significant number of asylum seekers, a decision met with widespread discontent among politicians and citizens alike.

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

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Palestinians and the Koran Come to Sanremo

The fruits of diversity have come to the city of Sanremo, on the Riviera in northwestern Italy. Palestinians throng the streets cursing the Zionists, and a Tunisian rapper sings about the wonders of the Koran.

Does anybody think this will end well?

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Il Giornale:

“They favor Islamization”. How the Koran has made its way into the universities and the songs of Sanremo

From reading the Koran at a pro-Palestinian, anti-Zionist event to the song by Ghali on the stage at Sanremo: how young people are idealizing Islam and Islamic scripture.

by Francesca Galici
February 12, 2024

With every day that passes, the “prophecy” of Oriana Fallaci becomes more real and concrete. After the attacks of 11 September 2001, the writer advanced a lucid and extraordinarily farsighted analysis of what the Western world would be with Islamization. “To delude ourselves that there exists a good Islam and a bad Islam, that is, not to understand that there exists one Islam, period, that all of Islam is a pond, and that at this rate, we will end up drowning in this pond, is against reason. Not to defend one’s own territory, one’s own home, one’s own children, one’s own dignity, one’s own being is against reason,” Fallaci wrote.

And who knows what she would write today, in the knowledge that at the state university, students of the left promote the reading of the Koran, now a fashionable book also on social media, where children, filled with propaganda, praise the sacred book of Islam. And who knows what she would say today, Oriana Fallaci, if she had listened to Ghali, the singer of Tunisian origin, who, on the stage of Sanremo, had brought one of his songs, Bayna, in which the first verses are in Arabic, but especially, at a certain point, sings: Imagine the Koran on the radio,” A song that has given its name to a boat that he donated to the NGO Mediterranea, tasked with the recovery of migrants then brought to Italy.

“Getting used to it, resigning yourself, surrendering out of cowardice or laziness is against reason. Dying of thirst and loneliness in a desert where the Sun of Allah shines in the place of the Sun of the Future is against reason. It is also against reason to hope that the fire will extinguish itself thanks to a storm or a miracle of the Madonna,” Fallaci also wrote. What would the journalist say today, seeing crowds of young people who allow themselves to be convinced by the propaganda of a terrorist organization like Hamas, young people ready to unleash violence in the streets to defend a government like that of Gaza, which uses civilians as human shields?

And what would Fallaci say in the face of children who do not recognize their own roots in the West as they praise the sacred texts of Islam.? “Read it well, those of Mein Kampf, and whatever the version, you will draw the same conclusions: All the evil that the sons of Allah do against us and against themselves come from that book,” she said (in the years 2000-2010). Those same arguments, with which the Islamic terrorists threaten the West today, fortified by a new generation that is growing up with the myth of the Koran.

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Tomio Okamura: “We Do Not Want African and Arabic Migrants Here”

Tomio Okamura is the leader of the SPD (Svoboda a přímá demokracie, Freedom and Direct Democracy) political party in Czechia. He is fully multicultural: his father was Japanese and his mother Moravian.

In the following video, Mr. Okamura expresses his outrage over the current coalition government’s failure to stop the implementation of the European Union’s new migrant quotas imposed on member states.

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

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From Gaza to Berlin

The topic of this post is not easy write about. What I say here will not earn me any approval. On the one hand, I’ll be excoriated as a tool of the Mossad. On the other, I’ll be denounced as an “anti-Semite”.

So I can’t win, no matter what. But I still feel obligated to write about it, because the issue is an important one that is not being widely discussed in mainstream forums.

These matters are sensitive and contentious, which means that I expect readers to go the extra mile to preserve decorum in the comments. I don’t want the conversation to devolve into an orgy of Jew-hatred, which would be its natural tendency. I know it’s difficult, but it is possible to voice serious criticism of Israel and Jewish groups without invoking the Great Hebrew Menace.

This discussion concerns current events in Gaza. The atrocities of October 7 of last year are a given — I’m not a “denialist” about what happened that day — but they are not the primary topic. My focus is on what has happened in Gaza since October 7.

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As I write, the war in Gaza is still raging, and a ground campaign in Rafah is looming. Critics of the IDF’s actions repeatedly employ the term “genocide”, due to the alarming official Palestinian casualty figures from Gaza. Which is strange, because people who wouldn’t dream of believing the pronouncements of the US government, or the Israeli government, or EU governments, seem to have no problem crediting the Palestinian statistics on casualties in Gaza. The same people who think the Jews inflated the death toll in the Holocaust believe whatever numbers the Poor Palestinians put out.

As if the “Palestinian health authorities” weren’t a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hamas. As if Hamas hasn’t always openly proclaimed that high civilian casualties work to its advantage. Why wouldn’t they inflate those numbers? How could they do otherwise?

Regardless of the actual figures, the damage to the infrastructure of Gaza has been horrific.

It’s very difficult to acquire credible information about conditions in the Gaza Strip, because almost everything published — whether in the mainstream media or the alternative media — is propaganda put out by one side or the other. The current prevalence of AI-generated images and video has made it that much more difficult to separate truth from pseudo-reality.

However, some information may be gleaned from satellite photos, which indicate that well over half of the buildings in the Gaza Strip have been damaged or destroyed. Much of the population of northern Gaza has fled south, and is now trapped between the Israeli-enforced dividing line in central Gaza and the border with Egypt, which enclave is about to be invaded by the IDF. The Egyptians, knowing full well the risks associated with importing large numbers of Palestinians, are only allowing a trickle of traffic through the Rafah border crossing. As a result, a huge number of displaced residents are packed into tent cities near Rafah.

What will become of these refugees when the war is finally over? Israel is not too keen on repopulating the devastated areas of Gaza with them. And some Israeli organizations have plans for postwar Gaza that include establishing new Jewish settlements there. These are not the official plans of the Israeli government, but they are not the ravings of wild-eyed zealots in fringe groups, either. They are being openly discussed in public forums, which means the government is well aware of them and is not trying to shut them down.

If the Palestinians in the tent cities are not to be allowed back into northern Gaza, where then will they be resettled? There is some discussion of “voluntary” migration — that is, conditions in the crowded camps will become so harsh that residents there will be ready to emigrate somewhere, anywhere that will have them. If the Egyptian government can be induced to open the border for a steady, larger flow, this process can begin.

Prime Minister Netanyahu is working towards exactly that end:

On December 25, 2023, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed at the Likud Knesset faction meeting that he was working on the voluntary immigration of Gaza residents to other countries. “Our problem is finding countries that are ready to absorb them, and we are working on it,” Netanyahu said.

It goes without saying that no Islamic nation will accept any refugees from Gaza. They have all made it clear that they do not want Palestinians in their countries. And with good reason — nobody in his right mind would want to import Palestinians. That’s why the Egyptians have steadfastly resisted opening the Rafah crossing fully.

Thus Mr. Netanyahu is, for all practical purposes, expecting the West to take in the wretched refuse from Gaza. Canada, under the inspired leadership of Justin “Baby Doc” Trudeau, has already shown an eagerness to bring in the puir wee bairns of Palestine. I don’t know whether the USA will be similarly welcoming, since this is an election year, but we’ll see. As for the EU, it will vary from country to country, depending on how lefty the government in question is. I would expect Ireland, for example, to take its share, and possibly also Germany, under the Green-led traffic light coalition.

And Israel may have found a different solution to the problem: it is negotiating with Congo to take in the homeless and tempest-tost from Gaza. The article doesn’t mention the issue of payment, but I’m cynical enough to assume that the Congolese, already ridden with poverty and political strife, will extract a high price in return for the placement of Palestinians in their new tropical ghetto.

Regardless of their ultimate destination, the denizens of Gaza are problematic for anyone who is foolish enough to take them in. The Israelis, who have a closer acquaintance with the Palestinians than anyone else (with the possible exception of the Jordanians), have a jaundiced view of them.

Some Israelis — it’s not clear what proportion — are extreme in their attitude. Mia Schem, a former hostage held by Hamas, had this to say:

“It was important to me to relay the truth about the nature of the people who live in Gaza, who they are truly are and what I experienced there,” she said in the interview.

“It is important to you that the world understands, what? That I went through a holocaust,” Schem added. “Everyone over there is a terrorist. [emphasis added]”

Ms. Schem is not alone in her views, and some people are even harsher in their assessment of Gaza. Ilana Mercer (who is Jewish), refers to remarks made by Eliyahu Yossian — an “Israeli analyst and veteran of Unit 8200, a high-tech spy branch of the Israeli military” — according to a tweet from the account of Electronic Intifada:

These days, Israel’s political discourse is marred by the likes of Eliyahu Yossian, a mainstream opinionator. Listening as I did with difficulty to Yossian, I detect the delicate Iranian twang in his accent, although there is no sign of delicacy in this zealot’s worldview. Nothing authentically American, either. “Hamas is not the enemy,” he vociferates, “Gaza is. You level the area, and you kill the largest possible numbers, because the woman there is an enemy, the baby there is an enemy and the first grader is an enemy… and the pregnant woman is the enemy.” Yossian goes on to explain that Israel must not entertain “Western values” because these “blur basic logic.”

“The woman there is an enemy, the baby there is an enemy and the first grader is an enemy”: This is an exact mirror of Hamas’ doctrine about the Jews, by which they justify terrorist attacks that kill Israeli women, children, and the elderly. By definition, no Jew is innocent; all must die.

I don’t have to tell you that these constitute competing genocidal doctrines. In other words, the conflict in Gaza is trending towards a war of extermination. One side or the other will be exterminated.

Therefore, as an alternative, what Mr. Netanyahu is proposing is to export an entire population of what some Israelis consider to be dangerous terrorists who deserve extermination. The aim is to dump them on the Gentiles of the West, or perhaps on the Sons of Ham south of the Sahara. If the price is right, surely Congo or Gabon or Zambia would be willing to accept them. Anywhere but Israel.

Why is he doing that? If they all deserve to be killed, why ship them out to Berlin or Toronto instead of burying their corpses in the rubble of Gaza City and Khan Younis?

The answer, of course, is that this is a cynical strategy that will allow Israel to retain the moral high ground. Since 1948 the Israelis (and Jews in general) have had the reputation of conducting wars in the most humane manner possible, taking more Israeli casualties in order to avoid civilian deaths. It never seemed to do them any good; the Israelis were reviled just as much, no matter what. But they did it anyway. And, at least in the West, no one is acknowledged to wage war more ethically than the Jews of Israel.

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Iranian Culture-Enricher Takes Hostages on a Swiss Train

From a metro platform in Barcelona to a railway train in Switzerland: it’s a busy evening for culture-enriching train-related activities in Modern Multicultural Europe.

An Iranian culture-enricher got upset and took hostages on a train in the canton of Vaud. When he rushed police with his hatchet, hammer, and knife, he was shot to death. I hope the police officers didn’t violate his human rights by “neutralizing” him.

He was already known to police, of course.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Le Matin:

Train attacked: The perpetrator has been formally identified

The 32-year-old man responsible for the taking of hostages on Thursday evening was known to police services. His motivations are reportedly tied to his conditions as an asylum-seeker.

We know more about the man who took passengers hostage on a train connecting Baulmes and Yverdon-les-Bains (Vaud) Thursday evening. And his motivations.

According to a statement from the cantonal police of Vaud, he is a 32-year-old asylum-seeker of Iranian nationality, residing in the canton of Geneva.

The hostage-taker was armed with a hatchet, a hammer, and a knife. Around 10:15pm, members of the police intervention team attacked. One of them first used his taser to immobilize the man, who rushed at them, the Vaud police state.

The armed individual, nevertheless, continued his path in the direction of the police and the passengers. It was then that a member of the unit used his weapon to neutralize him. The man was mortally wounded, and no hostages were hurt.

The police knew him

According to the initial elements of the investigation, his motivations are reportedly linked to his conditions as an asylum-seeker, as well as his insistent desire to have contacts with a female staff member at a center for asylum-seekers.

The police had also had to intervene several times because of his behavior, states the press release. The investigation continues under the direction of the Ministry of the Public Prosecutor.

A North African Guy on the Barcelona Metro — Guess the Rest…

When a Maghrebi “youth” arrives on the platform at the Barcelona Metro, what’s his preferred action? Why, to clock a young girl, of course! Hit her as hard as he can, and then run like hell…

It goes without saying that the unfortunate culture-enriching perp is thought to be mentally ill.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from the Catalan digital newspaper El Nacional:

Brutal attack in Barcelona metro: Man senselessly attacks woman in Camp de l’Arpa

February 9, 2024

The brutal, senseless attack occurred on Friday shortly before 10am in the Camp de l’Arpa de la I.5 station in the Sant Marti district in Barcelona. As can be seen in the images from the security cameras on the metro platform, which ElCaso.com has had access to, a man confronts and attacks several people until he finally strikes a girl who was awaiting the arrival of a train, with a strong punch to the face. The woman, who was looking at her cell phone and did not expect the attack, fell on her back to the ground, suffering a heavy blow. In fact, the attacker used such force that he himself ended up losing his balance and falling to the ground.

Catalan police have identified the attacker

The attacker, in view of everyone, who watched incredulously in surprise at what had just happened, got up and ran away. Several witnesses to the incident quickly went to try and stop him and help the victim, who was left dazed and dizzy, while calling 112 to report the incident. The Catalan police proceeded to the Camp de l’Arpa and were able to identify the attacker, who had been detained by security guards before he could escape. He is a young man of Maghrebian origin, long known in the criminal world of Sant Marti with several previous arrests.

With respect to the victim, in spite of the spectacular nature of the attack, as can appreciated from the images from the station’s security cameras, she suffered only minor injuries, for which she has received medical attention. The other persons who were on the platform, some of whom also suffered the aggressor’s attack with less force, emerged without injuries. The Investigative Unit of the Area of Regional Urban Transport (ARTU), the unit tasked with crimes such as robbery and attacks that take place on public transportation, has opened an investigation into the incident to determine the motives for the attack. According to what ElCaso.com has been able to learn from police sources, the attacker may have been having mental health problems although this point will have to be confirmed by the investigation.

See also the report by RAIR Foundation, which includes a video of the incident.

The ‘High IQ’ of Murder

Our Israeli correspondent MC sends an update on Sderot, plus his thoughts on the larger issues.

The ‘High IQ’ of Murder

by MC

Nazism is a political meme which has been securely packaged up and filed under ‘Far Right: Conservative’, and is wheeled out whenever the left wants to shut down debate or dialogue or sling the ‘racist’ epithet against their opponents.

But whilst conservatives may want to preserve cultural integrity and Judeo-Christianity in particular, they have not generally indulged in mass murder and slavery as have the Left.

This ‘right-wing’ filing is wrong, but has caused mayhem for the last 70 years. It is a superlative opportunity for projection and, as conservatives nearly always fall for it, too, it has become a major suppressor of conservative cultural policy.

Nazism was a byproduct of the failure of Marxism. The (Marxist) proletariat did not rise up and take over the means of production as predicted, and the communist aficionados became impatient. Lenin decided that a top-down revolution was better than Marxian bottom-up ‘pie in the sky’.

Mussolini, on the other hand, as the leader of the Italian Communists, decided that communism could be achieved without a revolution,

At this point Marx/Leninism and Marx/Mussoliniism were moving in similar directions.

Marx/Mussoliniism was renamed ‘Fascism’ (after the fascia, the bundle of sticks wrapped around a Roman spear a symbol of Roman power). The only fundamental difference between the two was that fascism was not interested in state ownership so much as state control.

But there was nothing new here. Social paganism is thousands of years old, but by jiggling with names, these new ‘pagan’ philosophies became chic, and were adopted by elites in the anglosphere and elsewhere. They were particularly popular amongst academics and those who thought themselves as of slightly higher IQ than average, and thus ‘better’ people.

As the world fell under their ‘might is right’ pall, and their ‘ends justify the means’ politics, people began to die in large numbers. Once again, slavery became commonplace as great civil projects were undertaken, hailed as a ‘cure’ for the recession, dams and canals were built, highways and other infrastructure erected, and treasuries drained. In Germany it was decided that the treasury issues could only be tackled by expansion: Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland; WAR.

And with it, an opportunity for continental Europe to tackle that age-old ‘Jewish problem’.

But there was nothing new in this evolution of evil. Islam had preceded it by over a thousand years, following almost the same path to a might-is-right/ends-justify-the-means-based political religion. Back in the deep history of Islam, even more people were slaughtered and even more enslaved and even they had their own ‘Jewish problem’.

People hated Jews, and especially their economic dependence on Jews. Jews handled much of the finance and technical trades of Islam, and had to be kept alive, but in the virtual slavery of dhimmitude. Rank in Islam was denoted by headgear: the bigger the hat, the more important the person, and Jews were subject to both height and headgear restrictions. The kippah was the designated headgear for those captive Jews.

The Nazis’ ‘final solution’ also involved Jews being kept alive as captive (slave) workers in vital industries.

In modern times, these streams of communism, Fascism and Islam come together under the banner of Wokism.

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