January 1973 was an eventful month. It saw both the UK and Ireland joining the EEC, the forerunner to the European Union. In British Occupied Ireland it also saw Loyalist paramilitaries bringing the Northern conflict to the streets of Dublin, where a car bomb exploded in Sackville Place, killing Thomas Douglas and injuring 17 others.
Long before England’s declaration of war on the Workers Reich false allegations of racism were levelled at National Socialist Germany. Friedrich Nietzsche had much earlier wisely perceived England accurately to be ‘the land of consummate cant.
The Greek Minister for Migration, Notis Mitarachi, criticised the German and Western European refugee policy, saying it will inevitably attract migrants. In the wake of increasing migratory pressure from Afghanistan via Greece and the smuggling of migrants into the European Union, Mitarachi told Bild am Sonntag that the ‘refugee flows from my country’ were ‘driven and encouraged by Western European free and generous social benefit systems.’
The former model country has turned into a real nightmare since 2005 as violent crime has exploded higher. After examining data from the Swedish Crime Prevention Council, Germany’s Bild newspaper writes that ‘Sweden is the most dangerous country in Europe.’
The attack by a deranged Muslim radical in the sleepy Norwegian town of Kongsberg has again brought home the dangers of Islamist ideologies circulating in Western societies. On such a tragic occasion, one would expect opinion makers, journalists, and intellectuals to unite against religious fanaticism in support of the victims of such atrocities.
The Great reset totalitarianism of political correctness aims to cut humanity away from the rules of Christianity and common sense and direct us towards a dictatorship of atheism, writes Catholic columnist Sławomir Jagodziński.
Victors’ propaganda disseminated by palace publishers and on-message media has created the illusion that Poland being far weaker than Hitler’s Reich was the vulnerable prey for ‘the Hitler hyena’. The same propaganda was spread after the Reich’s pre-emptive strike on Stalin’s despotic regime which had as is now known an army of 4.6 million poised to overwhelm Europe before the German pre-emptive strike.
As with many other French cities, Brest has experienced a steep increase in sexual harassment and even outright assault on city streets, with young women being targeted by groups of young men migrants.
A Sudanese asylum seeker was fatally shot over the weekend after he attacked police officers with a knife at a migrant shelter in Lower Saxony.
Michael Walsh, author and dissident journalists says 34,361 Europe-bound migrants, men, women and children are known to have died trying to get to Europe. Of these 27,000 have drowned during the crossing of the Mediterranean Sea. However, compilers and experts agree that as it is difficult to count corpses the true figure could be as higher or higher than 100,000 men, women and children.’