Tag: plundering

Crime the First Law of War

Some of the most hackneyed expressions in the English language refer to the ‘Blitz or Dunkirk Spirit’, ‘Britain at Bay’ and ‘We’re all in this together’. Ironically, these events were the first two but indeed many more were a consequence of Churchill’s catastrophic political blunders.

Vultures descend on Occupied Germany’s Rotting Corpse

Nearly 200 Germans died and thousands were left homeless in floods in July, but predominantly criminal foreigners took advantage of their misery to enrich themselves. There were news reports about isolated looting and robberies during the deadly German floods that killed an estimated 182 people and led to billions in damage, but only now are details about who exactly was involved in the crimes is now coming to light.

First, they came for the Writers and the Whistle-blowers

SAMIZDAT REPORT: Political cult hyper-sensitivity is spreading throughout the former Soviet Bloc Baltic States and the EU states.
August 3, two prominent investigators were simultaneously raided and searched by the Latvian State Police investigative journalist Lato Lapsa and political strategist Jurgis Liepnieks spoke about what happened. In the case of the former through his still functioning Facebook profile.

Record Numbers of Migrants Taxied by Subversive Corporations arrive and fan out over Europe

On Sunday night, Non-Government Organisations (NGO) ships assisted a vessel containing 400 illegal migrants in the central Mediterranean, between Libya, Tunisia, Italy, and Malta. This was announced by the French organisation SOS Méditerranée. The Soros-Microsoft sponsored body taxied to Europe another 200 people on Saturday and now has 450 migrants on board, the AFP agency said.

The pillaging of the Reich appears Unstoppable

Two great bronze horses sculpted by Josef Thorak for Adolf Hitler’s New Reich Chancellery that were abandoned on a Soviet military base in East Germany will become American-German government property after a legal settlement with the collector who acquired them, according to the German culture ministry.