Brigitte Bardot Speaks Out in Support of the Yellow Vests

Men of a certain age will recall Brigitte Bardot as a sex siren par excellence in French cinema during the 1960s. In later years Ms. Bardot took up animal rights as her cause, and then resistance to mass immigration into France. The latter activism has caused her to be prosecuted several times.

In the following pair of videos Ms. Bardot shows her support for the Yellow Vest protesters by donning a yellow vest and speaking to the press.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

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Merkel’s Looney Bin Germany, Year 13

Here’s another batch of rhetorical eloquence from Gottfried Curio, a member of the Bundestag for the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany).

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

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The Zweikaiserbund: An “Ever Closer Union” in Europe

As we reported a few weeks ago, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met last month in Aachen to sign a compact that I’ve been calling the Zweikaiserbund*.

The essay below by Robert Kearney about the treaty signed in Aachen was originally published at Compact News in a slightly different form.

The Franco-German Union, last step towards an EU Empire

By Robert Kearney

On January 22, 2019, the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, together with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, signed a treaty of bilateral cooperation which pledged to unify both France and Germany in a way not dreamed of since the ninth-century reign of Charlemagne. A new Franco-German Empire of sorts (this was clearly the intent as evidenced by where the treaty signing took place, the town hall of Aachen, France, the city that had been the historic capital of the old Carolingian Empire), this new treaty was received warmly by various European and global elites. However, it raised concern among the more Eurosceptic nations such as those of Central Europe, Italy and even some in Britain (not to mention nationalist and anti-EU parties and citizens within France and Germany themselves). The great fear amongst many in Europe is that this agreement will lead to a unified Franco-German superstate that will further shift the balance of power in the EU away from sovereign nation states and toward a centralized bureaucracy ruled from Brussels with the economic and even military backing of Paris and Berlin.

This Franco-German treaty represents the culmination of years of attempts by the leadership of the European Union to move the bloc from a loose federation of nation states united by economic concerns into an actual centralized, supranational entity akin to a federal republic such as the United States or Germany wherein member states would lose much of the sovereignty they have still managed to maintain, giving it over to a system controlled by a handful of unelected elites who, when allied with corporations, multinational banks, and media systems, will have an almost unlimited control over the lives and freedoms of their member states. Whether this was or wasn’t the original endgame of the EU’s founders is something that can be open for debate. What is clear, however, is that this is precisely the trajectory that the modern European Union is, by its own admission, headed towards.

At first a union of European states was seen by many as not only a way to strengthen the continent’s economy through trade and free movement of goods, and people flowing across now almost nonexistent borders, but also as a “remedy” to the nationalistic impulses of its various member states. On the first premise the entire system was sold, many times very reluctantly, to the nations who joined its bloc, but the second concept was always very present and constituted a large reason why the entire project came about in the first place.

The biggest backers of a unified Europe were always the economic elites who desired the transformation of societies into atomized collections of individuals bereft of any strong national or ethnic ties, who would see themselves as only lone members of a great mass of humanity whose entire existence would be based on the endless consumption of cheaply manufactured consumer goods with little interest or concern for the fate of their wider communities and their descendants who would inhabit them.

This dream had already come to pass throughout the United States of America, the paradise of capitalist consumer culture where the individual and his immediate rights and needs trumped any concern for a lasting and established society based on a common culture, traditions and set of values. In stark contrast stood Europe, a continent of many cultures and subcultures, each having been in existence for centuries, all intertwined by a very collective spirit which emphasized the communal over the individual, tradition over the novel, and national life and values over every passing, mass-produced fad. True, this description of Europe may sound considerably idealized when compared to the lives of many, especially the more prosperous parts of that continent today, but it is still a strong part of the strength and ideal that have made up European man and his worldview for far longer than the present age that has been foisted upon us.

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German Police Lie About Migrant Crime Statistics “To Preserve Civil Peace”

Whenever you see statistics about culture-enriching crime — not just in Germany, but anywhere in Western Europe — keep the following report in mind.

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

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Guy Verhofstadt Insults Giuseppe Conte in the European Parliament

Guy Verhofstadt is a Flemish politician who currently leads the parliamentary group Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) in the European Parliament. Mr. Verhofstadt is the founder of the Spinelli Group, which is named for the Italian Communist Altiero Spinelli, one of the fathers of the European Union.

Mr. Verhofstadt is best-known, however, as one of the most dedicated promoters of “an ever-closer union” in the EU, and often acts as a bully-boy against any politician from any member state that acts against the interests of the EU, as he sees it. His most recent targets have been in Hungary and Italy, for obvious reasons.

Giuseppe Conte is the current prime minister of Italy for the coalition government of the M5S and the Lega. In the following video Mr. Verhofstadt accuses Mr. Conte of being a puppet for Matteo Salvini (Lega) and Luigi Di Maio (M5S). Mr. Conte’s response follows.

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

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Eric Zemmour, Part 3: Conflagration

This the third and final part of a talk given by Eric Zemmour on the migrant invasion of France (previously: Part 1, Part 2).

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

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Eric Zemmour, Part 2: Colonization

Below is the second of three installments of a talk given by Eric Zemmour on the migrant invasion of France (previously: Part 1). Part 3, “Conflagration”, will be along soon.

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

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Giorgia Meloni: The Italian Traitors Who Apologized to France

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.

In the following video Ms. Meloni calls out the Democratic Party [Partito Democratico (PD); social democrats; the party of former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi] for apologizing to the French government. The “offense” for which party leaders apologized was a recent meeting in France between Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio (M5S) and Yellow Vest leaders, which caused a diplomatic crisis between the two countries.

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

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Eric Zemmour: “It’s Called INVASION, It’s Not Called MIGRATION”

Eric Zemmour is a popular French commentator. The following video contains excerpts from a recent talk by Mr. Zemmour in which he discusses the migration crisis and population replacement.

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

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Merkel Legos Become Merkel Chairs

You’ve got to admire the Germans — when life hands them lemons, they make lemonade. Or, in this particular, case, it hands them Merkel Legos and they make Merkel Chairs.

German pedestrians no longer have to suffer the presence of those ugly concrete bollards — a.k.a. “jihad barriers”, “Koran blocks”, or “Merkel Legos” — they can sit on them instead!

Here’s a brief summary by MissPiggy of this exciting project:

Not Satire — Mario Pitsch and his business partner Oliver Schau, from Chemnitz, have converted concrete barriers that are intended to protect busy squares into imaginative seating furniture, and won the German Design Award for it.

The barriers, which originally had a bad image, are brilliantly changed into brightly-colored street furniture.

One wag on Twitter said:

The color red is practical: you will not see the blood so well!

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What Happens in Davos Doesn’t Stay in Davos

To understand the following two videos (especially the second one), a little background in Italian sausage-making politics is required.

After last spring’s general election in Italy, lengthy negotiations produced a coalition government between the Lega Nord and the Five-Star Movement (M5S). The two parties were very close in the number of votes they received, with M5S slightly ahead. Neither party had enough of an advantage to claim the office of prime minister.

The position of M5S had always been that they would not work with the Lega. However, as is often the case in politics, the opportunity afforded the party was too good to be turned down, and they eventually cut a deal with the Lega. As a result of the negotiations, instead of a top figure from one of the two coalition parties, Giuseppe Conte was appointed prime minister. Mr. Conte, while not simply a figurehead, is not nearly as significant as the two deputy prime ministers, Matteo Salvini (Lega Nord) and Luigi Di Maio (M5S). Mr. Salvini also serves as interior minister, while Mr. Di Maio is industry minister.

After the formation of the government, Mr. Salvini’s popularity rapidly rocketed. The Lega thus gained in the polls at the expense of M5S. But both deputy prime ministers are still major players — Mr. Di Maio is no slouch.

In contrast, Giuseppe Conte is less well-known, and generally gained less attention in the media. All that changed, however, after the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos last month. An audio recording has surfaced of Mr. Conte holding a sidebar discussion with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in which the Italian prime minister essentially told Mrs. Merkel not to worry, that Italy would still be taking in migrants, Mr. Salvini’s opposition notwithstanding. I don’t need to tell you that this caused a sensation in the Italian press.

In the past the Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy), headed by Giorgia Meloni, had always been natural allies of the Lega Nord and Matteo Salvini. In other political circumstances, Ms. Meloni might well have been part of a Lega government. However, her party is much smaller than the Lega or M5S, so this time the sausages were made without her.

Since she is not part of the government, Ms. Meloni did not hesitate to speak out about Mr. Conte’s actions in Davos.

Before we get to the Davos issue, let’s listen to some classic remarks by Mr. Salvini, who was visiting the Adriatic resort town of Giulianova to talk about migration and related topics. Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Here’s what Giorgia Meloni had to say about the Conte affair, including a pointed remark directed at Matteo Salvini. Many thanks to He Ha for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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AfD: Do Something to Protect Our Borders

The two videos below refer to a recent terror arrest in Germany, and the response to it by the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany). Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

The first video is a news report about the arrest last Wednesday of Islamic terrorists in Schleswig-Holstein. The would-be jihadis were apprehended before they were able to carry out their plan:

The second video features an address given in the Bundestag by a member of the AfD. The speaker is Martin Hess, a German policeman and politician. He has been Deputy State Spokesman for the AfD in Baden-Württemberg since March 2017, and is a member of the AfD party of the 19th Bundestag:

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The Wanton Slaughter of Free Speech in America

Long-time readers will remember Michael Hansen, a.k.a. “The Dane”, a Danish-American documentary maker who produced two ground-breaking movies, Killing Europe and Killing Canada. He was scheduled to show the latter film in Canada, but the venue cancelled the showing at the last minute. Ironically enough, he was then booked to speak in Ottawa about what happened to Killing Canada, and the implications for free speech, but that appearance was also cancelled at the last minute.

His experiences in Canada prompted him to examine the state of free speech in the USA. The result was a movie called Killing Free Speech. He showed an early version to local representatives of the border patrol officers’ union in San Diego, and they liked it so much that a screening was planned for the national organization in Washington DC. However, when word got out about what was happening, that showing was — you guessed it — cancelled.

Late last year Mr. Hansen released his final version of the movie. You’ll see quite a few familiar faces among those interviewed for the film — Bill Warner, Jim Hoft (of Gateway Pundit), and Diana West, among others. My favorite parts were his interviews with Antifa members and anarchists, and especially his trip to the southern border to talk to border patrol agents and see for himself the sorry state of our border security.

Here’s what he said about his movie in his press release:

Allow me to introduce myself: I’m Michael Hansen.

I just put out a movie called “Killing Free Speech”. It’s about the Left’s attempt to control the narrative through an all-out assault on free speech. Its operatives range from Antifa in the streets to politicians in the upper echelons of the Democrat Party.

One consequence of this process manifests itself in what is happening at the border, and, more importantly, the false narrative being pushed by the Left about the border issue.

In my movie I accompany the border patrol on location and let the facts speak for themselves.

The border patrol union liked the movie so much that the San Diego chapter arranged a screening for its agents and those of other law enforcement agencies. They also wanted to set up additional screenings for local chapters of the border patrol union in Texas.

However, after the media heard about the event, these were the headlines…

Now as to their claims of white nationalist… I’m not sure if they are referring to this guy this guy or that guy.

…It is completely fake news — in the articles they never actually identify who these alleged “white nationalists” are.

Other than proving the movie right about the fake news media, why did these “journalists” do it?

Because they wanted to shut down a movie that actually gives the border patrol a voice about the realities at the border.

Sadly enough, the media articles accomplished their intended purpose. The national border patrol was put under so much pressure that any additional screenings were taken off the table. Thus, for the time being, the media have been able to silence the border patrol.

Which brings us to the government shutdown and the border wall.

Why is the Democrat Party so dead set against the border wall that they are willing to shut down the government?

In my movie, border patrol agents demonstrate that a border wall will work.

Because of this, I have decided release my movie to the public for free viewing until we get the wall.

Now, making movies isn’t cheap, and I am not Michael Moore with millions of dollars of Soros funding. I did this all by myself, so please make a donation. Your contribution will allow me to make another movie for the 2020 election.

Thank you.

Given the current dire condition of political discourse in the USA, Michael Hansen has decided to make Killing Free Speech available for free viewing on YouTube. I highly recommend watching the entire documentary:

Mr. Hansen also wrote an article for Jihad Watch about the attempts to suppress his movie:

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The CFA-Qaddafi Nexus

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.

A couple of weeks ago we posted Ms. Meloni’s remarks about the CFA franc — a regional African currency manipulated by the French government to serve the interests of the ruling class in France. She believes that French machinations have helped make Africans even more impoverished than they already were, thereby driving them to emigrate northwards to Europe.

Giorgia Meloni has made another video about the CFA franc and how it is related to the French plan to assassinate Colonel Qaddafi. In it she cites an unusual source: an email sent to Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state.

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

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