While (Western) Europe Slept, Part 1

Peter Baggins, Ph.D.

“Women of different faiths, races and backgrounds joined together on London’s Westminster Bridge, forming a human chain to show their solidarity for the victims [perpetrator?] of Wednesday’s terrorist attack in the city. Sunday’s demonstration, organized by Women’s March on London, covered the length of the bridge, with participants wearing blue as a symbol of hope and peace.” (here)

Shortly before the knife and vehicle attack Wednesday on the streets of London, Turkish President Erdoğan warned Europeans worldwide of dire consequences if Europe continued to resist his ability to appeal to the Turkish diaspora there. While President Erdoğan has threatened the safety of Europeans before, this latest threat appeared to be a call to action.

If you continue to behave like this, not a single European, not a single Westerner will be able to take a step on the road safely anytime in the world,” Erdoğan said at a press conference adding: “We as Turkey are calling on Europe to respect human rights and democracy. (Note the irony here.)

Many Turks living in countries like the UK, Germany and the Netherlands have expressed massive support for Erdoğan following the failed coup attempt last year.

Shortly after the coup, tens of thousands of Turkish expats attended a rally in Cologne, Germany, to express support for Erdoğan. Then, last week, when two Turkish ministers were refused entry in the Netherlands a week ago, hundreds of Turks flooded the streets of Rotterdam and rioted.

Erdoğan has suspended high-level diplomatic relations with the Dutch calling them “Nazi remnants,” and the pro-Erdoğan Turkish press depicted German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a Nazi on the cover of newspaper Gunes.

In still another threat to Europeans, Erdoğan said the EU can “forget about” the migrant deal and that it is, for all intents and purposes, dead anyway. This threat appears quite real as a recent report showed an abnormal increase in the number of migrant arrivals over the past week.

Can anyone take seriously the longstanding proposal to admit Turkey to the EU? And when will the Europeans realize that “virtue signaling” and appeasement are not effective strategies in combating radical Islamic terrorism or the Islamic invasion of Europe?  In 2015, European Union member states allowed unvetted entry to more than 1.2 million first-time asylum seekers in, more than double that of the previous year, according to Eurostat. And millions more have come into the EU since then and more are on the way. This mass migration of Islamists of all stripes into the EU coincided with major terrorist attacks in London, Paris, Brussels, Nice and other cities along with an upsurge in sexual assaults and criminality.

Soon or later Europeans will awaken to the fact that migrants and legal Turkish immigrants constitute a veritable “fifth column,” as UKIP’s Nigel Farage phrased it, who can undermine European countries from within, in favor of the Islamic jihadists or Islamic regimes. As the most recent attack on the Westminster Bridge outside Parliament confirmed, all it takes is a single individual with a knife and a vehicle — and a complicit PC culture whose main concern is fear that Europeans will be start to form the idea that the elites who run the EU are really do not have their best interests at heart. But this realization may come too late. Instead, Londoner’s have a Muslim Mayor telling the world to accept such acts as “part and parcel” of urban life.

Maybe it’s just me, but I haven’t noticed any terrorism in Tokyo, Budapest, or Warsaw. Whatever could the difference be?

Predictable Response to London Atrocity

In a satirical piece on the Brussels airport attack one year to the day before the Westminster attack, Douglas Murray writes presciently about what to expect (“A Terrorist Attack has happened in Europe. Let the Standard Response Begin”):

The Corbynite-wing of the Labour party will get onto their favourite subject which is not dead bodies in airports but people who have been looked at meanly on a bus while wearing a headscarf.  By at least tomorrow the story of a savage ‘backlash’ (consisting mainly of stares and horrible things written on social media) will be being talked-up by all mainstream Muslim leaders.  By Thursday no one will be talking about the victims.

And of course all this happened, only the pleadings for tolerance of Muslims and concern about “Islamophobia” go far beyond the Labour Party establishment. Indeed, the Westminster event, like all the previous instances of Islamic terror, have nothing whatever to do with Islam.

  • Former interim Labour leader Harriet Harmen said the attack should not “be used as a pretext for division … and Islamophobia.” Prime Minister Theresa May “absolutely” agreed and commented “We will all move forward together.” The Prime Minister also said the “Islamist” attack on Parliament was not “Islamic” and Islam is a “great faith”.  Speaking in Parliament, Theresa May insisted: “It is wrong to describe this as Islamic terrorism. “
  • MPs almost unanimously agreed with the Prime Minister, lining up to warn against “demonising” and “stigmatising” Muslims, and to condemn “Islamophobia” and “racial and religious” discrimination.
  • Khalid Mahmood, the Labour MP for Birmingham Perry Barr, said the attacker or attackers “pretend to be of a particular religion”. “If they were of a religion they would not be carrying out acts like this,” he added.
  • Tulip Siddiq, the Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, added: “People who commit acts of terrorism in the name of Islam do not speak for the majority of Muslims in this country.” (“Theresa May says ‘Islamist’ Westminster attack ‘not Islamic’”)

And, as Murray points out, it is utterly predictable what will not be said by our intrepid leaders:

The only things that are worth saying won’t be said.  What are those things?  Among other things the fact that we are living with the consequences of an immigration and ‘integration’ fantasy which should have been abandoned years ago.  Instead our governments have kept pretending that the weakening of Europe’s external borders and the erosion of its internal borders happening at the same time as one of the largest population replacement exercises in history could have no tangible effects on our continent’s future.  They pretend that Britain will always be Britain, France will always be France, Sweden will always be Sweden and Belgium will always be Belgium.

But perhaps we do learn some things. Albeit silently. A decade ago, after every attack, the pundits used to point to places where mass immigration, integration and open borders were meant to have worked.  After London people said ‘What can we learn from France’.  After Paris they said ‘What can we learn from the Swedish model.’  Nobody cites Sweden anymore.  In fact nobody looks to anyone else’s model anymore.  Because all of the ‘models’ failed.  So here we are — stuck with a problem our politicians have given us and to which they have no answers.

A Different Response in Eastern Europe

The same event triggered a far different response in Poland. Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło also drew a clear link between the European Union’s permissive migration policy and terror events such as the Westminster attacks. “I hear in Europe very often: do not connect the migration policy with terrorism, but it is impossible not to connect them,” the Polish premier told the TVN24 broadcasting network.

Poland’s governing Law and Justice Party (PiS) is currently locked in a struggle with the EU’s unelected executive, the European Commission, over its refusal to accept 6,200 migrants under the EU’s mandatory quota system, which was imposed despite the resistance of much of Central Europe.

The Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, on a visit to Warsaw on 21 March said “If some of them do not comply the Commission has the power [and] the tools to convince these countries.” The EU wants to fine member-states €250,000 for every migrant they refuse to receive — a sanction which would cost Poland over €1.5 billion. But good luck trying to collect it. So Swedish MEP Cecilia Wikström proposed simply withholding funds from “troublesome” countries. The wishes of the democratically elected government of Poland be damned.

Szydło struck a defiant posture:

The Commissioner should concentrate on what to do to avoid such acts as yesterday in London … Poland will not succumb to blackmail such as that expressed by the Commissioner,” she asserted. “The Commissioner is coming to Warsaw and trying to tell us: you have to do what the EU decided, you have to take these migrants. … Two days later another terrorist attack in London occurs.

Poland has taken a similarly no-nonsense stance after other European terror events, with interior minister Mariusz Błaszczak declaring that “well-organised marches” and “painted flowers on the sidewalks” expressing sympathy for migrants are no solution to Europe’s terror crisis. “We must reject political correctness and call things by their true names,” he said. “Rather than shedding tears like [European Union High Representative Federica] Mogherini [and] organising marches that solve nothing, authorities should ensure the safety of citizens.”

Hungarian patriot prime minister Viktor Orban has taken a similar perspective in his comments on previous incidents of terrorism, echoing the views of some Western politicians — Geert Wilders, Marine Le Pen, Farage, has called refugees the “Trojan horse of terrorism.” Of course these politicians are far from being able to form a government, and even though Donald Trump has managed to become president, it is an open question as to whether he will be able to stem the tide given the hostility of huge swaths of the courts, the media, and Congress.

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37 Comments to "While (Western) Europe Slept, Part 1"

  1. dan marotta's Gravatar dan marotta
    March 28, 2017 - 8:51 am | Permalink

    Great article and its work like this that is helping to rouse Europeans from there sleep as it were, Europeans are waking up everywhere. One to share.

  2. Zaida's Gravatar Zaida
    March 28, 2017 - 10:13 am | Permalink

    The Eastern countries are the biggest supporters of the nation-wrecking EU; there is hardly any politicians there calling for a EU-exit.
    Regarding Hungary this country is as Turkey friendly as it comes.
    Viktor Orban points out in his speeches that Hungary is a half-Asian country. Hungary’s economy minister Gyorgy Matalcsy defends Orban’s views regarding the half-Asian provinience of the Hungarians by explaining how both Hungarians and Japanese babies share the Mongolian spot, a bruise-like birthmark visible on the lower back or bottocks of children in their early infance.
    Then we have Jobbik whose avowed goal is to turn Hungary into a fully Asiatic nation.
    Biennial State sponsored Turanic festivals on the Hungarian puszta attracts 300K participants from across the Asian-Turanic world- even Uighur refugees living in Europe.
    Hungarian nationalism is Turanic-Turkic, not friendly to Europeans .

    • Lucy's Gravatar Lucy
      March 29, 2017 - 4:42 am | Permalink

      I was born and bred in Poland, but have after marrying a Swede in 1973 moved to Sweden. As the Swedish policy of acting the world’s wellfare office got more and more absurd, I started to ponder over moving to Poland (hopefully along with my 40-year old Swedish son). Since my son and I dislike Poland’s aggressive rhetoric towards Russia, the two of us have lately put much effort into gathering information about the situation in Poland. After four visits in Poland since September 2016 (in alles 10 weeks of sejourn), I have lost my illusions about Poland as a country of refuge from the globalist agenda. Poland simply plays a different part in the global game, and the top players are descendants to communists. As many of them changed their names, it takes much digging to see that. If PM Beata Szydlo is an honest person, she must be a useful idiot. Poland has officially not taken more than a handful of refuges, despite about 2,5 million people from Ukraine are there at present. As these people, unlike those who “flee for their lives” from MENA, are eager to work- even for half of the miserable Polish wages, they will not leave anytime soon. The few Christian families from Syria, who happened to end up in Poland (eastern borders are open), have “fled” to Germany, as they couldn’t cope with living in poverty.

      My point is that Poland’s “street parliaments” that shout themselves hoarse (Muslims not welcome), which are encouraged by the “patriotic” authorities but condemned by Poland’s cardinal Nycz, have no other effects than increasing unrest within Poland and strengthening the myth about the Polish racism abroad. As some disappointed Poles expressed it on Internet; “we Poles are getting poorer and poorer and the world look down on us more and more, but we at least have Jesus Christ as our king”.

    • ariadnatheo's Gravatar ariadnatheo
      March 29, 2017 - 4:42 pm | Permalink

      Zaida, you can try to sell this twisted piece of hasbara to someone who knows nothing about Eastern Europe and even less about Hungary.
      To say that the Hungarians’s nationalism is “Turanic-Turkic” is as intelligent as saying American nationalism is Bavarian….
      Hungarians belong to a distinct group of Europeans whose nations developed from a relatively recent (12 centuries ago) Asian root and are known as the Finno-Ugric family:
      Hungarians (approx.14 million), Finns (approx. 7 million), Estonians (>1 million). There are smaller siblings farther east, like the Vepsians around Leningrad (hence the rumor that Putin has a Vepsian ancestry).
      Their languages exhibit strong structural similarities not encountered in other European families (like Romance or German languages).
      Unlike, say, Ashkenazi Jews, who try to deny their Khazarian origin (also about 12 centuries old) and insist that they were begotten by a long line of suffering diaspora Jews going back to Babylon, the Hungarians, by contrast are proud to admit they are as much descendants of the Huns as of the Magyars. In fact Atilla is a popular first name in Hungary.
      Those who think the Hungarians are anything but brave patriots and strong nationalists should remember that Hungary was the first Eastern Europeans country to reject the EU-imposed invasion of 3rd world “Asians” and Africans. They should also remember that it was the only Eastern European country that rebelled against Judeo-Bolshevism — not like the soft Czeck “spring” but not hesitating to put their lives on the line. The 1956 Hungarian revolution was essentially an anti-Jewish revolt.
      The Jewish animus persists, as I see and manifests itself in the usual lies and distortions, while mimicking support for nationalism.

      • Zaida's Gravatar Zaida
        March 30, 2017 - 11:22 am | Permalink

        Ariadnatheo: You recognize that the Hungarians decend from the Huns-Magyars(and the Avars, Turks etc..) but then you mix things up by conflating them with the Finns, who are, racially and culturally, totally different.

    • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
      March 31, 2017 - 4:17 am | Permalink

      Oh, crap. I thought Orban was pretty solid, and Jobbik excellent. Are there credible sources for your assertions? As to Hungary, most I have known have been rather “dark”, shall we say? The lone exception of a genuine “White” Hungarian was half Jewish.

  3. buckle's Gravatar buckle
    March 28, 2017 - 10:35 am | Permalink

    The proposal post-Brexit is to allow in more 3rd World immigrants whilst closing the door on European immigration. The second in command of UKIP admitted that during a moronic debate last night on the BBC. These immigrants will be bused into the poorest areas to work in sweatshops on zero hours contracts in exchange for running water and a shared toilet whilst the UK continues to be sold off to Middle Eastern oil sheikhs plus an assortment of money laundering criminals from around the World.

    This is what taking your country back really means.

  4. Ironsides's Gravatar Ironsides
    March 28, 2017 - 10:46 am | Permalink

    There can few surrenders more abject in history than that of the British to the Muslims. They make the Germans and French look positively nationalist by comparison.

    It’s quite disturbing.

    • Maple Curtain's Gravatar Maple Curtain
      March 28, 2017 - 5:29 pm | Permalink

      To the Jews before the Moses. The latter being a consequence of the former.

  5. Franklin Ryckaert's Gravatar Franklin Ryckaert
    March 28, 2017 - 10:55 am | Permalink

    “…The Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos…”

    “Poulos” means “son” in Greek. “Avram” is the rendering of “Abraham” in Greek.
    So this man who is trying to blackmail Poland to accept “refugees” is a Jew. What a surprise !

    • Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
      March 28, 2017 - 3:54 pm | Permalink

      It is a very common name in Greece. I don’t think he is Jewish. There are enough traitors and he is one.

  6. Machine's Gravatar Machine
    March 28, 2017 - 11:02 am | Permalink

    if our own only had the same faith and conviction as our enemies………smh…..

  7. Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
    March 28, 2017 - 11:30 am | Permalink

    There is something very important that we can do and aren’t doing. Survivor accounts. Women who regret having Black babies, women who regret abortions, people who regret changing their gender. There are just too many there out. We must flood YouTube with stories like this.

    • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
      March 31, 2017 - 4:14 am | Permalink

      It shouldn’t be necessary, but probably is. The White female: the true source of Occidental weakness.

  8. March 28, 2017 - 1:06 pm | Permalink

    One expects Muslims to lie and say silly things like “not all Muslims”, “religion of peace”, etc.

    Thank God for Eastern Europe because the West (or at least the North-west, perhaps Italy and the Iberian states aren’t quite as insane?) is hopeless. The media, leading politicians, judiciary, professors, et al. are doing everything possible to keep people in the dark.

    • Ed's Gravatar Ed
      March 30, 2017 - 11:14 am | Permalink

      It seems apparent that nothing short of a coup or civil war will save whites from their leaders as Jews are attempting to make any attempts at white nationalist unity a threat to the Jew subverted West by claiming for example that ‘Trump and Putin seek to subvert “Western values” and that Russia intends to interfere with the European elections. Notice the white warriors are nowhere to be found, unless you check the local jails for “hate speech” crimes. Meanwhile, as the effeminate, limp wristed, Marxist faggots lay down like doormats as the feminist jewed female support the continued importation of rapists and murderers. Good job ladies, the Jews that want to eliminate whites are praising your stupidity, but as long as they feel good, that’s all that matters. smdh!

      Factually, multiculturalism has NEVER worked, yet the Jew run media NEVER seems to want to focus on that fact. Let’s make sure we keep driving that truth home, spreading it everywhere we can.

  9. Junghans's Gravatar Junghans
    March 28, 2017 - 1:07 pm | Permalink

    Race is the key to history. This is an absolute truth that White people worldwide are going to have to relearn the hard way in the next 50 or so years. Mollycoddling hostile ethnic groups, alien insurrectionists, and Negro domestic terrorists is absolutely ridiculous and inexcusable by any sane measure. I read one time that Buchanan’s books The Death of the West and State of Emergency were ‘best sellers’ at the time. If so, who was reading them besides a handful of WN’s, …..the Jewish opposition? His meaningful insight didn’t appear to stick with very many sentient White people that I could ascertain. White credulousness and complacency world wide is still most astounding. The real lesson to be learned from Peter’s article is that the toxic (((media))) hold on the White mindset will have to be broken if Whites are ever to come to their senses.

    • Flossie's Gravatar Flossie
      March 28, 2017 - 2:58 pm | Permalink

      Speaking of Buchanan, do you remember when he addressed the GOP convention back in 1992? I remember it as if it were yesterday; I thought it was the best political speech I’d ever heard. Imagine my surprise when, the very next day, the media was filled with wall-to-wall condemnations of it! (((They))) proclaimed it to be the most divisive and hateful thing ever heard. I’ve never forgotten that.

      • Luke's Gravatar Luke
        March 29, 2017 - 4:05 am | Permalink

        I gave that same speech a a re-listen recently, and it almost made me want to puke, Flossie. If you recall, Buchanan – in that same speech – was gushing forth with all kinds of sickening, nauseating, gut wrenching ‘praise’ and ‘admiration’ for Poppy Bush and for the Bush crime family dynasty, in general.

        Cheering on the very same family of sleazy, slimy, White race hating, White race genocide lusting, open borders loving, globalist, stinking, race treasonous, war mongering, psychopathic cockroaches – not one of whom ever sat in the Oval Office and lifted a finger to secure our borders, or stop all illegal immigration, and slam the door shut on ALL non-white immigration from the third world.

        And, not only that, but the most recent defective anal polyp from the House of Bush that Buchanan was shoveling praise upon, i.e., Jeb – openly expressed his intention – if he reached the White House – to accelerate the transformation of the USA into Mexico El Norte, because, in his own words – he loved Mexicans and Mestizos and thought these third world losers were ‘superior’ than native born White European Americans.

        Remember when Jeb said he liked mestizos because they were faster breeders than the native born White European American people? Yea, well, if White Americans could somehow have their breeding habits paid for and subsidized by one of their racial competitors, maybe White birth rates would be as high as blacks and mestizos, right?

        That famous Buchanan speech at the 1992 GOP Convention is one of the biggest examples of cuckservatism on steroids that I have ever had the unpleasant experience of hearing.

      • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
        March 31, 2017 - 4:12 am | Permalink

        Me, too. I still remember the late, repulsive Jerk Cuck Kemp’s view: “Not good, not helpful at all.”

  10. David's Gravatar David
    March 28, 2017 - 2:52 pm | Permalink

    This conflict is not about achieving “peace.” It is about maintaining a White, European, and a predominantly Christian culture. In this sense, false “peace” is a tool of our enemies. Candles, bouquets of flowers and saccharine sentiments scrawled and uttered are weapons of war against the overly reserved European. This suicidal acquiescence to invasion must be (1) recognized, (2) rejected, (3) brought to a quick end, (4) countered, and (5) a new course of self-preservational actions adopted immediately. Europe for Europeans! Europeans must have a place to flourish as Europeans, among Europeans, and essentially only with Europeans! I am proud to be European. If you are European and not exuberantly proud to be European and to defend Europeans, then you are an complete disgrace and need to radically reform your thinking. Grace builds on Nature. Nobility transcends brutishness, but it does not fail to recognize the brutishness of one’s mortal enemies.

    • Scarlett's Gravatar Scarlett
      March 28, 2017 - 5:45 pm | Permalink

      David, that was very well-said.
      Here is a poem that I hope you enjoy.


    • Michael Adkins's Gravatar Michael Adkins
      March 29, 2017 - 8:35 am | Permalink


      A lot of the flock see their version of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity) as part of the problem. Their experience with the church is that its full of warmongers and cowards. And Zionists are aware of the situation.

      Damon T. Berry, St. Lawrence Univerisity (formerly Ohio State University)


      I believe a growing number of Europeans (male and female) are looking for troth and frith through genetics than are looking for Abraham.

      • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
        March 31, 2017 - 4:10 am | Permalink

        Christianity is either true or not. If not, it is mostly (but not completely) useless at this time for the race. But the real issue is, what if it is true (as I believe)? Christians are not going to engage knowingly in evil behavior. The problem is that too many Christians (as with too many non-Christians) have been brainwashed into thinking that loyalty to the cause, not of racial power, but of racial preservation, is somehow immoral. But that conclusion does not follow from an even slightly sophisticated understanding of Christian theology. Hitlerism cannot, in my understanding, be justified within Christian theology. But resisting foreign invasion under humanitarian pretexts certainly can. No need to throw out the ancient Faith; just get rid of its liberal accretions. And for that, pro-Whites need to fight WITHIN the Church, not leave such a noble institution to our (Satanic) enemies.

        • Michael Adkins's Gravatar Michael Adkins
          March 31, 2017 - 9:22 am | Permalink

          Leon Haller,

          I certainly respect your opinion, but to fight within the Christian church means having an understanding of Christianity in Europe.

          “Christianity obviously forms part if European history, but Europe was not born with it. When Christianity appeared Europe already had five or six millennia of culture and civilization behind it. To speak about the “Christian roots” of Europe amounts to denying that the Latin, Greek, Celtic, Germanic, and Slavic cultures of Antiquity ever existed, which is obviously indefensible.

          When Christianity was spread in Europe, it necessarily had to destroy the old order. That entailed the struggle against paganism. We have innumerable testimonies on the ways in which the early Christians profaned the old places of worship, destroyed the temples and the statues of the gods, tore down the altars, toppled the colonnades, burned the philosophical and literary works that displeased them, etc.”

          Alain de Benoist


        • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
          April 1, 2017 - 9:37 pm | Permalink

          Michael Adkins,

          Thank you for that comment and especially that site, which I had not known about. Sorry this site does not allow endless comments on comments, so I cannot reply directly to you. But I do not see where de Benoist’s correct observations conflict with what I said. And for the record, I admire de Benoist’s erudition and intellect, but not especially his politics. He has called for a kind of “universal multiculturalism” in which “political spaces” within Europe are created for BOTH indigenous and Muslim immigrant cultures, so they can remain “integral” and avoid being “homogenized by global capital”. What garbage! Europe must be restored as WHITE Christendom. Anything less is unsustainable and unacceptable.

  11. Ted Weaver's Gravatar Ted Weaver
    March 28, 2017 - 2:53 pm | Permalink

    Critical thinking has gone to the dogs in view of so called Muslim terrorism – this forum informs all of Zionist aims and ambitions, and lengths traveled , only to disregard said in light of these very obvious terror dupes.
    The passport, the Go Fund Me page, the inexplicable shoes strewn about each scene, the AK47…no, machete….no, the bread knife, the ever ubiquitous `one police officer`.
    A pattern , no ?
    NO, let`s either eat this trash up or just go with it and attack the Zionists favored enemy, and perhaps bomb another Arab nation into the Stone Age- all for Bibi ?
    Isn`t it the truth that `ll set you free, not Ziopropaganda

    • Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
      March 28, 2017 - 6:58 pm | Permalink

      I agree. There’s much to dislike about Muslim settlement of Europe, but these so-called terror events (and their US analogues) are staged to further the Police State, the primary target of which has never been Muslims but autochtonous Europeans.

      The MSM, if not pro-actively involved in the psy-op, certainly backs up the narrative and marginalizes dissident voices.

      Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Hollywood through and through.

      • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
        March 31, 2017 - 4:04 am | Permalink

        Gimme a break. Get out of your unreality shell, and face the world. Muslims commit terrorism all over the world. It is a constant. No need for conspiracism – it only antagonizes intelligent readers.

  12. Sandman's Gravatar Sandman
    March 28, 2017 - 3:19 pm | Permalink

    Did anyone catch the BBC report that managed to get a relative of one of the recent victims in London to call for “solidarity and love over hate to overcome terror?” Assuming it was real it’s a new low in brainwashed behavior. A heartless Paki runs over a loved one and that’s your only reaction? Your loved one is gone and you stand there encouraging more terror.

    • Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
      March 29, 2017 - 5:58 pm | Permalink

      Why would you assume that to be real? Is it too much to believe that the media and State are in cahoots against (gullible) whitey?

  13. Peter Baggins's Gravatar Peter Baggins
    March 28, 2017 - 4:28 pm | Permalink

    As we used to say in the old days, Right on David! Junghans! And other commentators. And yes, Dan, let’s spread the word. Not that my analysis is brilliant or original – in many respects it is quite obvious, but it is sometimes necessary to repeat what we all know. All mapmakers should place London in the same location on the River Thames, and avoid originality. It may be boring, but one has to know where he is.

    Like many Americans, Europeans are highly susceptible to confirmation bias — receptive only to information and ideas that confirm what they already think. And what they think has been dictated for decades by relentless propaganda disseminated by the cultural hegemony of the left’s media-academia-film industry. Time to break down the massive indoctrination and sound the alarm.

    • Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
      March 28, 2017 - 11:13 pm | Permalink

      Maybe the Jewish hegemony includes an “events” wing, events that complement the Likud’s strategic goals of conquest in the Levant and imposition of security-State controls over restive European populations. At the same time we see the emergence of Jews jockeying for position at the forefront of European nationalism.

      Expect to see CCTV footage suppressed or erazed – Nice style – to prevent hate-mongers. And much gleeful rubbing of the hands.

  14. Karen T's Gravatar Karen T
    March 28, 2017 - 5:16 pm | Permalink

    If Jewish organizations did not promote the Islamic invasions of Western countries there would be no Islamophobia.
    Islamophobia is good for the Jews. It brings them sympathy. Their enemy is now our enemy and once again Jews are the victim, defenceless little Israel at the mercy of the blood thirsty Palestinians, alone in a hostile sea of Islamic maniacs. Israel, the only democracy (as though that was a good thing) in the Middle East is now the front line in the (Jew instigated) “war against terror” so we must at all costs have their backs no matter how many White soldiers die, how many Middle Eastern civilians are shelled to death, how many billions $$$ at taxpayers expense. We Goyim must bleed for Eretz Yisrael Hashlenah and as an added bonus our once great civilization, high cultures, spiritual fortresses and traditions, none of which the Jew could compete with and hated out of envy, will be overrun by Muslims, Africans and Asians, while Jew media destroys our pride, will to survive and spiritual equilibrium.

    • Leon Haller's Gravatar Leon Haller
      March 31, 2017 - 4:00 am | Permalink

      Islamic immigration will NOT be good for the Jews forever, however. Already Europe is experiencing a huge uptick in anti-Semitic attacks (and everyone except the most mentally deranged SJWs knows that it is Muslims, NOT the non-existent “Far Right”, who are responsible for these attacks), and such attacks will only worsen in the future (and perhaps they will be abetted by genuine Far Rightists enraged at what Judeo-liberalism has done to their homelands: in effect, Jews are leaving themselves vulnerable to a classic “pincher” assault). Also, the more Muslim voters there are, the more politically powerful they become, which means less likelihood of support for Israel or “Jewish concerns”, which is also already happening in Europe (and will eventually happen in the Anglosphere).

      But let us not worry about Muslims or Palestinians, either. White preservationists who worry about Muslims being persecuted by Israelis (which is really an exercise in subterranean Jew-bashing) merely confuse our cause. Let the Middle Easterners kill each other off as they will. It is not our concern.

      • Florin Neamtu's Gravatar Florin Neamtu
        April 1, 2017 - 9:54 pm | Permalink

        “..worry about Muslims being persecuted by Israelis (which is really an exercise in subterranean Jew-bashing..”

        So eould say a Zionist Jew incapable of concern for non Jews.

  15. tadzio308's Gravatar tadzio308
    March 29, 2017 - 2:09 am | Permalink

    There seems to be a misunderstanding about the importance of the Netherlands’ refusing to allow Turkish ministers to campaign among resident Turks about voting in a Turkish Constitutional referendum. What Erdogan asked was reasonable and common. Both American political parties campaign overseas for absentee ballots. The major British parties also do this.

    Erdogan was not interfering or seeking to participate in a Dutch election in the way that Israel does in America via AIPAC.

    The incumbent Dutch PM created an unnecessary crisis to thwart Geert Wilders. What Rutte wanted was to divert support from an ethno-nationalist party to his own essentially open borders party. He successfully conned our voters into voting for our enemies. It was a neatly executed political trick.

    The only bright side is that the “respectable” center had to respond to our issues even if it did so in a dishonest way.

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