Who Are the Jew-Haters of Malmö?

The following opinion article about culture-enriching Jew-hatred in the southern Swedish city of Malmö was published by Nyheter Idag before the recent Palestinian aggression against Israel began.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for the translation:

Nothing is resolved in the question of Malmö’s imported Jew-hatred

Schoolchildren should read biographies of Holocaust survivors, Holocaust-denying should be forbidden, Holocaust museums should be established, and everyone displays their good set of values. In reality, everyone is busy saying the right things without doing anything about the problem itself. That more and more Jews are leaving Sweden’s third-largest city is secondary to the warped reasoning that Malmö’s anti-Semitism has become. Ann-Catherine Björk and Edward Nordén, from the Medborgerlig Samling Party in Skåne, write about anti-Semitism and lying in Malmö.

This year as well, discussion about Malmö’s anti-Semitism came and went. It comes every year after problems and harassment increase in spite of the admonitions and condemnations from politicians and leaders. In reality, the debate on anti-racism and the 1930s has never been louder at the same time Jews are leaving Sweden’s third-largest city because of harassment and threats. This results in discussions about what is really going on in Malmö.

The Jewish congregation in Malmö was founded in 1871, and its formation occurred about ten years after the law that forbade Jews to settle wherever they wanted throughout Sweden was abolished. Neither Jews nor anti-Semitism are new features in Sweden’s third-largest city. But it is still possible that so many Jews want to leave Skåne’s largest city that there will be no substantial Jewish population in Malmö within ten years or so. What will happen then? All politicians and journalists know what is happening, but not everyone else does.

This year’s debate on anti-Semitism began with a report that the city of Malmö commissioned. The report states that anti-Semitism in Malmö is a real problem with clear victims, but the question is more multi-faceted than it is sometimes described.

There is reason to assume that almost all Jewish children in Malmö have been exposed to anti-Semitism, also in the form of harassment and threats. Both extreme right and extreme left are named, and it is likely that this is the “multi-faceted” that the authors of the report are referring to. What stands out, however, is what is usually called “imported anti-Semitism”. The Jew-hatred that comes with migrants from the Middle East and North Africa. Excused by many Swedish politicians as “criticism of Israel”, and thereby legitimized by some of the city’s leading Social Democrat politicians.

It is Malmö where the government party’s youth association chants, “Crush Zionism,” while at the same time the government warns about the 1930s, and at the same time Malmö’s Social Democrats want to have a Holocaust museum and investigate anti-Semitism in the city. The investigation is conducted by a politician whose youth association (Young Left) also sings rhymes about “crushing Zionism”. All this in a city where they have held demonstrations with hundreds of people who chant about killing Jews and that we should remember Khaybar.

The rhyme in Arabic is, “Khaybar, Khaybar — ya Yahud, jaysh Muhammad saufa ya’ud”, and means approximately, “Khaybar, Khaybar — Oh Jews — Muhammad’s army will return.” This refers to the battle at Khaybar in the year 628 when the Prophet Muhammad took the city and subjugated the Jews. The town of Khaybar lies 150 km north of Medina in today’s Saudi Arabia. The Shia terror militia Hezbollah has named rockets after Khaybar. Rockets fired at Israel.

Those who took part in demonstrations in Malmö were also from this approximate geographical background. Also, those who threw firebombs at synagogues in Gothenburg and demonstrated in Malmö. The demonstration was also followed by firebombs outside the Jewish chapel. When the Danish politician and provocateur Rasmus Paludan burned a Koran last year, there was a riot and also then screams of Khaybar and Jews.

Paludan was stopped at the border, and Malmö’s politicians expressed happiness that Malmö escaped racism, hate, and incitement. But people smite their foreheads in dismay. In reality, many have breathed a sigh of relief because they have lost control of anti-Semitism, hate, and the violence that follows. Nothing is solved. That is why we will hear the same monologues next year as well.

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Sderot: Day Seven

Hamas is still launching missiles into Israel from Gaza, but the frequency seems to be decreasing. Below is a brief report from MC. (Previously: Day 1, Day 2, Days 3 and 4, Day 5, Day 6)

Sderot: Day Seven

by MC

All quiet on the Gaza front.

Is it exhaustion?

Is it logistics?

Who knows…

Meanwhile it is Shavuot (Pentecost). There is the occasional bang, but they mostly seem to be outgoing.

There is talk of a ceasefire — we shall see.

MC lives in the southern Israeli city of Sderot. For his previous essays, see the MC Archives.

Sderot: Day Six

Below is MC’s latest report on the Hamas missile attack from Gaza and the Israeli response. (Previously: Day 1, Day 2, Days 3 and 4, Day 5.)

Sderot: Day Six

by MC

I had hope for today. It was all very quiet until about 4:00pm; then the missiles started, but again not in the volumes of previous days.

We had a visitor from Jerusalem this afternoon. He reported a very tense situation which could explode into a very violent confrontation. Many more Jews are prepared to take the law into their own hands, and the rioting Arabs will reap a whirlwind. Most Israeli men (and many women) have military experience; Arabs have not.

There is a difference this time around, it is almost a determination to see it through. Hamas needs to be put down, Hamas must understand that whatever their quarrel is with the Palestinian Authority, Israel is no political poodle.

Biden is weak and pathetic, but that cuts both ways, because for all the pro-Palestine rhetoric in the Democrat party, only Israel can save his face (and his derriere) over Iran.

The USA now lacks air superiority over the Gulf. The Iranian gunboats, purchased with US taxpayer’s money courtesy of the Obama money pallets, can swarm any selected target, including a fleet carrier.

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Matteo Salvini Acquitted

Former Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has been acquitted of “kidnapping” for closing Italian ports to a migrant-ferry vessel during his time as interior minister. Strictly speaking, Mr. Salvini was not acquitted, since the case never went to trial: Judge Nunzio Sarpietro in the Sicilian city of Catania has thrown the case out.

In the following video Mr. Salvini speaks to the press after the resolution of his case. To my mind, the euphoric atmosphere of the occasion is marred by the fact that everyone present is wearing those infernal COVID masks.

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

See this Yahoo News story for more on the case.

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Resisting the New Order

Our Hungarian correspondent László sends this report on his latest encounter with the Corona Stasi in Budapest.

Resisting the New Order: My Stealthy Freedom Without the Corona Hijab in Budapest

May 13, 2021

Nothing to see here, it is just tyranny.

by László

A female shopkeeper started to SCREAM at me in the grocery store the other day when I walked past her with my naked nose, as the mask did not cover it.

As she was incessantly screaming “PLEASE PUT THE MASK ON”, her unpleasant, high-pitched voice sounded like that of an angry goose. But I somehow managed to keep calm and did not respond. I also did not obey, so another shopkeeper, a man, joined her and he started yelling at me too: “This lady asked you to put the mask on,” “Did you not hear it?” etc. In the meantime she kept on screaming, repeating her order to “PLEASE PUT THE MASK ON” many times, like a maniac. I did not show any reaction to either of them, as if I were deaf. I kept silent and deliberately avoided eye contact with them. Looking in the other direction I slowly moved on. They did not pursue me just continued screaming.

After screaming and yelling for some five to ten seconds, seemingly at nobody, they started to sound crazy in the crowded shop and it probably became embarrassing for them. At that point, amazingly, they went about their business, with an absolutely indifferent face again, and let me walk away despite my sinfully naked nose. So the situation dissolved by itself.

Looking back on what happened, the shopkeepers clearly wanted to intimidate me with the yelling, to make me quickly submit to their will. They did not even try to be polite! There was no sign whatsoever that they were doing it because they were worried about my health or anyone else’s. Perhaps the woman might have been afraid of Covid; I am not sure. But the way they were yelling sounded literally NAZI, and I am not joking. It was loud, impolite and slightly psychopathic.

In Hungarian stores the staff have been authorized by a new government decree to deny service or call the police if someone does not obey, and as a result they have become very emboldened. They probably expected me to OBEY immediately if they screamed loudly enough. But I did not obey, nor did I quarrel. Thus, when they met with passive resistance they just shrugged their shoulders. That was it: the SWAT team probably would not have raided the supermarket for one bare nose, so they just had to leave it at that.

The moral of the story: the Corona rules are not absolutely unbreakable. But I must admit that confrontations like this are a bit strenuous for me.

However, on my way out the same woman was already sitting in the checkout. So I had to put the mask on my nose otherwise the store would not have served me, and we had no food at home. This has happened to other people — they just do not give you food if you do not behave… So Bill Gates won the second round.

In the store, while they were yelling like animals, I realized that what they were playing was just a POWER GAME, and I knew that I had to win it, or at least not to lose it. You cannot let tyranny proliferate. I think this power game itself is the GOAL of the ongoing Corona-psyop. The Powers That Be want us to SUBMIT, and they want us to feel it. It is was never about health; it was always about power. All totalitarian systems use average people as enforcers like those otherwise innocent shopkeepers. In Hungary we call it the “janitor spirit of Communism”. Janitors, employed at blocks of houses, were often covert spies or agents in Hungary in the Communist era, who would act as whistleblowers or behave in a tyrannical way because they tasted power and liked it.

[When you read ‘spies or agents’ do not think of James Bond. They were simple, ordinary people who became petty government stooges / snoops in the state-owned blocks of flats. Their covert function was to keep an eagle eye on the people living in the building and make sure that everyone obeyed and behaved; and they informed the authorities about any dissidents. You always had the strange feeling that the janitor was lurking somewhere in the house and knows too much about your private life — and you were often right. So the word ‘janitor’ in Hungarian became a kind of synonym for ‘informer’. However, the janitors were only one tool in the system of total control in the Soviet era.]

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Sderot: Day Five

Our Israeli correspondent MC sends this update with the latest on the situation in Sderot.

Sderot: Day 5

by MC

It is Shabbat and quiet. There are still a few projectiles flying around, but the tempo has decreased dramatically. News station that operate on Shabbat are reporting street incidents between Arab rioters and Israeli vigilante groups.

Arabs in Israel are split between Christian (Maronite) and Muslim, with the Muslims in the majority, but some of those Muslims are Druse, who tend to be more pro-Israel. The street fighting is worrying, but on the whole Israeli Arabs are better off in Israel than in any of the surrounding states and they know it. The have full and complete Israeli citizenship, enhanced by a form of positive discrimination in higher education (there are many in the universities who believe in equality of outcome).

Islam tends to endow its victims with a paucity of ‘spirit’. The curiosity is that Jews and Christians who have been despised minorities in Arab lands continue to display this paucity of spirit. The generations of Jews who fled North Africa in the early fifties brought with them the Dhimmi attitude, which is only now dissipating in the third generation.

One of the major unheralded achievements of Israel has been the absorption of millions of desperate immigrants, first those fleeing from Czarist Russia, followed by refugees from Nazi Germany, then from the Muslim world after the war of Independence (1948), and finally from the USSR. Recently we have seen those who are fleeing the growing wokist anti-Semitism in Europe and the USA.

That latest batch includes me and my family, of course. Those who survived the Germans were the ones who got out early. There is a constant undertow of anti-Semitism from the Left in the UK, and as the so-called ‘Conservative’ party moves slowly to the political left, increasing Muslim anti-Semitism goes unchecked.

But all these immigrants to Israel had/have things in common: their Jewish identity, and a desire to become part of Israel. There are no ‘economic’ migrants to Israel. Nobody comes to exploit and asset-strip; they come here for safety. Perhaps the biggest problems have been with Russians pretending to be Jews and the Yemenites who, through no fault of their own, were exploited by the socialist government of Ben Gurion.

Much of the Arab/Israeli problem is the result of the British preference for Arab/Muslim over Jew, and thus huge Muslim immigration in the late ’20s, ’30s and ’40s (Biden beware). In 1922 Britain wanted a colony, but instead they got a Mandate (thanks to the USA) to build a Jewish homeland. Britain allowed unrestricted Muslim entry, but strictly controlled Jewish resettlement. Of the ‘refugees’ who fled during the War of Independence, a huge majority had only recently been brought in by the British for war work. They have lived ever since courtesy of UNRWA and the taxpayers of the USA and Europe.

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Migrants Flood Lampedusa

I’m including the above graphic with this post for nostalgia’s sake: ten years ago I used the Cultural Enrichment Thermometer to keep track of the migration across the Mediterranean in 2011, the year of the Arab Spring. The final total was about 61,000, which seemed a huge number at the time. However, the much higher levels in the years since then would have blown out the top of the thermometer. The maximum annual total, if I remember rightly, was about half a million.

The following Italian report describes the current flood of culture-enrichers arriving at the island of Lampedusa. Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Matteo Salvini Speaks to the Jewish Community of Rome

On the day after Hamas began launching missiles into Israel from Gaza, former Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, the leader of the Lega, spoke to members of the Jewish Community of Rome. The following video shows excerpts from his remarks.

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

Video transcript:

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Sderot: Days Three and Four

An unidentified email glitch prevented MC’s Day Three report from coming in early enough to be posted yesterday, so I’ve combined Days Three and Four into a single post.

Sderot: Days Three and Four

by MC

Day Three

So the superiority of Iron Dome is now moot, and once more innocent civilians in Sderot, including young children, are dying. New names will have to be added to the memorial in the centre of town.

When one bombs civilians, it is indiscriminate. It is, for example, difficult to justify the bombing of Dresden, Hamburg and Tokyo, but in the end responsibility lies with him who started the aggression. Was there a need for Germany to invade Poland, or for Japan to attack Pearl Harbour?

The people of Gaza chose to be represented by Hamas in free and fair elections, knowing that Hamas was/is a terrorist organization and would attack Israel no matter what.

Israel on the whole is benevolent towards Gaza. We GIVE them money, electricity, food and water, and this they accept without acknowledgement; in fact they repay it with harsh words and actions, in line with the Muslim belief of absolute entitlement.

Let me emphasise again: Gaza is not ‘occupied’ and there is no Jewish presence in Gaza, but like their Nazi forebears, they want the their ‘Sudetenland’ and their ‘Danzig’.

Worse, many nations, and particularly those who accommodated the Nazis in the 1930s, encourage Hamas, and show their contempt for the Jewish State of Israel by calling for ‘restraint’ and ‘proportionate response’. These are diplomatic weasel words that can be defined by the utterer any way that they want.

The actions of Israel are studied under the microscope of world public opinion, where Hamas gets a clear slate. One need only to look at the Goldstone Report:

The United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict, also known as the Goldstone Report, was a team established in April 2009 pursuant to Resolution A/HRC/RES/S-9/1 of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) of 12 January 2009, following the Gaza War as an independent international fact-finding mission “to investigate all violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law by the occupying Power, Israel, against the Palestinian people throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip, due to the current aggression”. South African jurist Richard Goldstone was appointed to head the mission. The other co-authors of the Report were Hina Jilani, Christine Chinkin and Desmond Travers.

Israel refused to cooperate with the investigation, claiming anti-Israel bias in the UNHRC.

One can look at just the first paragraph above and see the problems. This was ‘fact finding’, but only relevant to Israeli actions and in ‘occupied’ Gaza. Bias and misinformation which Goldstone should have scotched immediately, but of course ‘he who pays the piper’ applies, and Goldstone later walked back his claims.

The NYT loves to portray Hamas as appearing to respond to Israeli aggression because the fits with the woke idea of the ‘poor Palestinians’ and the nasty jooz. We have been seeing a lot of this anti-Semitism by proxy in the last decade. It is fashionable in leftist circles to only look at the history of the conflict from 1968 onwards. But the history goes back into the Ottoman ‘occupation’ and before.

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The Nightmare of Hyperinflation is Coming

Our Bangkok correspondent H. Numan extrapolates from our present fiscal woes to something more grievous and possibly terminal.

The nightmare of hyperinflation is coming

by H. Numan

He who doesn’t learn from history is doomed to do it all over again. We haven’t learned a lot from history, and are going to make the same mistakes. However, history never repeats itself. It’s always different. One of the reasons is that people tend to look at history, and think: ‘I wouldn’t have done that. How stupid!’ That’s looking back with 20/20 hindsight. You know the problem, and know what didn’t work back then. Most people think our ancestors were really stupid and they themselves are very smart. No, they weren’t, and you aren’t.

We’re about to make the same mistakes all over again. The current dogma is that Hitler was extreme right-wing and the treaty of Versailles was too harsh. Both assumptions are wrong. Disastrously wrong, as you will find out.

Let’s start with Hitler. He didn’t come out of thin air. He became politically active in 1919. Hitler wasn’t extreme right-wing; he was a socialist. His ideas, many of them, were mainstream in Germany at the time. The Germany army started planning rearmament right after (probably before) signing the treaty of Versailles. All Hitler did, once he gained power, was to speed it up and drop any pretenses. All Germans into a greater Germany (‘Heim ins Reich’) was something every German wanted, left and right. The German army was already planning to conquer the east in the future. That’s why they didn’t have a problem with Hitler’s Lebensraum policy. At first together with Poland, only later they switched to conquering Poland first. Before attacking the USSR, that is. Either way, large swaths of Poland were originally German. They would have reconquered it anyway. With or without Hitler.

Hitler himself was a racist communist. Not my words. His own words. He wrote in Mein Kampf, pages 406-407, that National Socialism differs from Communism only in its racism. Take away racial ideology from Nazism, and you’ve got communism.

Now the treaty of Versailles. World War One ended in three treaties: Versailles (Germany), Trianon (Austria-Hungary) and Lausanne (Ottoman empire). The treaties of Trianon and Lausanne were really harsh. They literally drew and quartered those empires into little pieces. Versailles was as lenient as it could be. Germany lost some territory, had to pay a steep penalty and was restricted in her armed forces. Compared with the other treaties almost a slap on the wrist. Don’t forget the Allies made huge sacrifices. Settling for anything less was not possible; their electorates would never have accepted that.

On the other hand — something not only the Germans tend to overlook — we have the treaty of Brest-Litovsk (March 3, 1918), which ended the war on the Eastern Front in favor of Germany. That was a real diktat. It was harsh to the max, so harsh that the USSR didn’t want to sign it. Kein Problem, said the German army. Then we simply go on. So they did, and added more demands. The USSR understood they had two options: take it or leave it. They took it. If you are merciless yourself, you can’t ask for mercy.

What you probably don’t know is that Germany, long before the war began, had the most developed welfare state of the time. Not only that, the German parliament was predominantly left-wing, with very strong labor and communist parties. They didn’t have any influence, mind you. Bismarck started with social laws, so they couldn’t. Not because Bismarck was a socialist, far from it. Better to give a little now instead of being forced to give more later on was his policy.

The German plan was to saddle the Allies with massive demands and make them pay for the war, plus a little extra. The problem was they lost that war. Experts have calculated they couldn’t make any profit out of the war. The costs were simply too high. Just like the Allies in the Versailles treaty, they would have to settle for something more realistic. However, that is moot. They lost. The result was a very expensive welfare state and massive war debts.

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Sderot: Day Two

Below is MC’s report on the second day of the Hamas missile attack on Sderot (and points north). Previously: Day One.

Sderot: Day Two

by MC

It was a noisy night. Early this morning we had three volleys come in, the first of about a dozen missiles which all missed, and a second volley where Iron Dome took out those on course to hit the city.

Sderot is one of the best-protected of Israeli cities, last time I went down to the site last week; there were three Iron Dome Launchers.

They (Hamas) have dared to fire missiles at Tel Aviv — the left-wing bubble. So now it gets serious, one cannot befoul the sacred socialist ground of secular Israel without consequences.

Politically it is all up in the air — we await government action, but government is in flux. The politicians don’t want Bibi Netanyahu to be Prime Minister, even though his party got the largest chunk of the vote. I assume that the next step will be the concentrating of forces around Gaza. The buildup to another limited invasion which will kick the can down the road.

The New York Times is distorting things, as usual. Although the excuse is supposedly about Muslims paying rent to Jews in East Jerusalem, it is really about the supposed ‘election’ in the Palestinian Authority areas which the PA cancelled when they realized they were going to lose. Cancelling the election means that Hamas has to make a show of force, and here we are.

Because the Biden administration is weak, and limited by the innate anti-Semitism of a woke Democratic party, Hamas can attack Israel to demonstrate its worthiness to lead the Palestinian cause. Some people find it very difficult to understand that it only takes one bully to make a war. The victim is then forced to defend or surrender/appease.

Israel cannot surrender and cannot appease. Nobody wants six million Jewish refugees, and there is no point in doing a deal with any Muslim because they are not bound by deals with infidels.

So Hamas picks the soft target, and hopes that world public opinion will keep Israel on a short leash. Ireland is already playing the game, and I am sure others will soon follow.

In the meantime we find Hamas firing an anti-tank missile at a military Jeep across the border, killing one person and injuring two more. This would be a war crime — except that those killed are Jews, so it does not matter to the deep state swamp monsters.

Can one imagine Cuba sending missiles over to Florida? What would President Trump do? What would ‘President’ Biden do?

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Open Letter From Active-Duty French Soldiers: “Civil unrest is simmering in France and you know it perfectly well”

Below is a second open letter from members of the French military, this time from active-duty servicemen and -women. It takes courage to sign one’s name to such a document and be willing to face the disciplinary consequences.

This letter serves as a sequel to one signed by retired generals that was published a couple of weeks ago. The text was once again posted at Valeurs Actuelles. It’s not clear how many signatories it had, but I’ve read that there were 2,000.

Once again we owe a debt of gratitude to Nathalie for the translation:

Mr President,
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Ministries, members of Parliament, general officers, and to all whom it may concern

The seventh stanza of La Marseillaise[1], known as “the children’s stanza” is no longer sung, though it has much to teach us. Let it speak for itself:

“For when we enlist as soldiers, our elders will have departed
There, shall we find their dust and the traces of their virtues
We hanker less to survive them than share their resting place
We shall have the sublime pride of avenging them or joining them in death”

Our elders are combatants who have earned respect. They are, for example, those old warriors whose honour you have trampled in the past few weeks. It is those thousands upon thousands who served France, who signed a tribune full of common sense, those soldiers who gave the best years of their lives to defend our freedom, obeying your orders, to wage your wars or implement your budgetary restrictions, whose honour you have defiled even when the people of France offered them their full support. Those people who fought against all the enemies of France; you called them factious when their only crime was to love their country and weep over her all too obvious decline.

In those conditions, it behooves us who have recently entered into a military career to step into the limelight and tell the truth and nothing but the truth.

We are those whom the news outlets named the “Generation of Fire[2]“. We are military men and women, on active duty, from all ranks and forces and with the widest range of opinions, and we love our country. This is our only pride. And even as the law forbids us to express ourselves openly, nonetheless we cannot remain silent.

Afghanistan, Mali, the Central African Republic, or elsewhere, a number of us has come under enemy fire. Some have lost comrades. They have risked their skins to destroy the Islamic foe you bend over backwards to accommodate on our soil.

Most of us have taken part in Operation Sentinel[3]. We saw with our own eyes the abandoned “banlieues”[4]; we have witnessed the permissive tolerance of the authorities for crime and delinquency. We have been targeted by several religious communities who sought to use us as their own instrument and for whom France means nothing, nothing but an object of derision, something to be loathed and even hated.

We marched on the 14th of July[5] in the military parade. And for months the authorities demanded that we be wary of this well-meaning, diverse crowd, which was cheering us because we represent them; we were forbidden to wear our uniforms whilst on the streets, making us into potential victims, on a soil we are nonetheless perfectly able to defend.

Yes, our elders are right, and their whole letter is right, in its entirety. We witness the violence in our cities and in our villages. We can see communitarianism[6] becoming entrenched in the public space and in public debates. We can see the hatred of France and her history becoming the norm.

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Eric Zemmour: “The Replacement of One Population by Another”

Jacques Attali is a French writer, civil servant, and former advisor to President François Mitterrand. The following video shows excerpts from a French talk show in which the popular commentator Eric Zemmour confronts Mr. Attali about the Great Replacement of the ethnic French in their own country.

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

Video transcript:

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Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Religion of ‘Peace’

Our Israeli correspondent MC sends a first-hand report from Sderot on the latest barrage of Palestinian missiles from Gaza.

Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood and the religion of ‘Peace’

by MC

Israeli civilians get bombed out of their homes by the Muslim Brotherhood, but the UN calls upon Israel to show ‘restraint’.

And Israel knows that taking effective measures against Muslim Brotherhood war crimes will bring even more approbation on Israel. Such is the life of Jews and a Jewish State, for Jews are ‘special’ in a uniquely negative way. Hamas blatantly fires missiles at civilians, and the ICC ignores it and threatens to investigate Israel for defending itself. This is the left-wing way, the Biden way.

Last night the rain (sic) of terror for us here in Sderot began around 6pm as the first missiles started to come in. Further down the Gaza envelope it started even earlier, with incendiary balloons creating about a dozen large conflagrations.

Gaza is not ‘occupied’: Israeli Jews were forcibly removed from Gaza about sixteen years ago, having resided there continuously for millennia. For the first time since King David, Gaza was now Judenrein.

But it is not enough for the cruel Muslim psyche, they want it all — from the river to the sea, ‘Palestine’ will be Jew-free. The intention was to literally bring Auschwitz to Palestine and incinerate every last Jewish man, woman and child, but the Nazis lost (and live on in Hamas). But this Holocaust Mark II is still the intention of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, its local operative, and is also the intention of CAIR, the Muslim Brotherhood pressure group in the USA.

The arrival of a volley of rockets is announced by loudspeakers “Sever Adom” (condition red) and almost simultaneously comes the roar of the Iron Dome. If it is a successful intercept, then there are two loud bangs and a shock wave if it is within a few hundred yards, maybe followed up by the whizzing pinging of fragments. Sderot is small, less than a square mile in area, so the missiles are nearly always close — see the photo taken by me yesterday evening from our porch.

The updated Iron Dome intercepts give smoke rings…

If the intercept fails (rarely) then there is a different sequence: the incoming missile is knocked off course (it is gliding by this time) but not destroyed; it explodes as it hits the ground with a different quality of bang.

It is 9 o’clock the next morning as I write. The bangs are still going on — there is a war going on out there. Sderot itself is very quiet, no traffic. The trains have been stopped and some roads are closed — almost everyone stays under cover; we all know the drill.

Many of the children have grown up with this. They, too, learn the drill from Gan (kindergarten) upwards.

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