Yes, it's Supercuck, strange visitor from planet Plutocrat, who came to Earth with Jew-backing and deep pockets far beyond those of mortal White men. Supercuck, who can destroy the mightiest of empires with his calculated stupidity, bend truth through his lying teeth, and who, disguised as Cuck Kent, mild-mannered milk sop milquetoast mop-boy for the LGBTQIA's local nightclub, the Crisco Disco, fights a never-ending battle for gunpoint balkanization, White genocide, and the Americuck way.
26 July 2015
Far-right political parties are making huge gains across Nordic countries as new champions of a working class alienated by the cosmopolitan left
Sweden Democrats leader Jimmie Akesson celebrates his party’s gains at the general election last September.
“The basis of the home is commonality and mutuality. A good home is not aware of any privileged or slighted, no darlings and no stepchildren. You see no one despise the other, no one who tries to gain advantage of others… In the good home you find compassion, cooperation, helpfulness.”
Per Albin Hansson, Swedish prime minister, 1932-1946
Every July, thousands of politicians, lobbyists and journalists desert Stockholm in a seasonal exodus of the well-connected. Their destination is Gotland, Sweden’s largest island, for a festival of politics that showcases the consensual virtues associated with Scandinavia. During Almedalen week, named after the park in the main town of Visby, Social Democrats rub along with Liberals, Conservatives, Socialists and Greens in the narrow medieval streets, competing for bar space, television interview slots and seats at myriad fringe meetings held throughout the day.
The mood is normally convivial, as befits a political elite at play before the summer break begins. But this year there was a palpable edge. On the Wednesday evening, bodyguards in dark suits and sunglasses were prowling around a main stage, on which a sniffer dog was searching. Police vans lined a nearby road.
The crowd that began to gather was notably different from the habitual Almedalen set – poorer, older and less fashionably dressed. Middle-aged couples from the south mingled with pensioners and the occasional skinhead. This was another Sweden, overwhelmingly provincial and, in these monied surroundings, somewhat self-conscious. It had assembled to listen to Jimmie Åkesson, the latest Scandinavian leader to take his party from the far-right fringes of politics to the mainstream.
Ostracised within the Swedish parliament, the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats are the country’s fastest-growing political force. Before last September’s general election, one of their candidates had to withdraw when photographs appeared of her wearing a swastika armband. Such reminders of the party’s neo-fascist roots are a regular occurrence, but a substantial swathe of the Swedish electorate does not seem to care. The SD gained 12.9% of the vote at the election, more than doubling its share and making it Sweden’s third-largest political movement. Latest opinion polls put the party above 18%, snapping at the heels of the Social Democrats, who run an enfeebled minority government.
The pitch to voters was summed up by Åkesson in the runup to last autumn’s poll, when he tweeted: “The election is a choice between mass immigration and welfare. You choose.”
Ragna, a policewoman from Västerås, had travelled to Visby for the day to hear Åkesson. She believes that tweet got to the heart of the matter: “Instead of taking more and more people in, we have to take better care of the people who are already here,” she says. “We have housing shortages that mean our young people are trapped living with their parents. If times are tough and the state doesn’t have money, we have to think about our own people.”
Ignoring one lone protester waving an “SD = Racist” placard, Henrik Poulstrom, a 29-year-old accountant, shrugged off the idea that he might be following an extremist party. “They’re at the centre of the spectrum. They take their policies on immigration from the right and their policies on defending the welfare state from the left.” His father chipped in: “Åkesson wants to defend the way our society is. He thinks about things from a Swedish perspective.”
Åkesson joined the party in the bad old days of the mid-1990s, when its neo-Nazi associations were in plain view. The logo back then was a National Front-style flaming torch, in the colours of the Swedish flag. But when he appeared at Almedalen, wearing sharp glasses, an open-necked shirt, blue jacket and chinos, the 36-year-old Lund graduate resembled an ambitious mid-ranking company manager. Behind him was the new party emblem, introduced in 2006 – a soothing blue and yellow anemone hepatica flower, and the slogan: “Sweden’s Opposition.”
Three themes dominated the speech: the danger of Islamism, which Åkesson has described as “the Nazism of our times”; the need to stop the flow of refugees and asylum seekers – Sweden takes more asylum seekers per capita than any other EU country; and the desire to create a better society for Sweden’s children. Åkesson claimed that if the Sweden Democrats eventually claim a place in government, Swedish children would experience “the best childhood in the world”. As a taster, a more generous policy on pay for primary school teachers was unveiled. Schools and healthcare will, Åkesson stated, be a priority for any Sweden Democrats administration.
The entire article is accessible here.
25 July 2015
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Saturday that Europe’s existence is under threat from the huge influx of migrants to the region, but that granting Brussels more power isn’t the way to solve the bloc’s problems.
Escalating political unrest in the Middle East and North Africa has led to a surge of migrants to the European Union this year. In the first half of 2015, 137,000 migrants reached Greece, Italy, Malta and Spain—an 83% increase compared with the same period last year, according to the United Nations.
“For us, Europe is at stake today; Europeans’ way of life; European values; the survival or demise of European nations, or rather, their transformation beyond recognition,” Mr. Orban said in a speech in Baile Tusnad, which is part of neighboring Romania and has a large number of ethnic Hungarians.
Hungary has become a major transit country for migrants this year with some 71,200 entering the country in the first six months, almost double the amount for the whole of 2014, Hungarian police data showed. After crossing the Balkans, migrants, mostly from Syria and Afghanistan, enter Hungary to seek registration for EU asylum before heading to the bloc’s more developed western and northern countries.
“The question is not what sort of a Europe we Hungarians would like to live in but whether what we call Europe today will continue to exist. We would like Europe to continue to belong to Europeans,” Mr. Orban added.
Hungary’s government supports a solution that lets each EU member state deal with its border protection the way it sees fit, an asylum system that provides shelter for “real” asylum seekers but is tough on illegal immigrants, and provides aid to the countries which their people are fleeing, a government spokesman has said.
Mr. Orban criticized certain unnamed factions in the EU and Brussels, accusing them of wanting to destroy the current form of the union and replace it with a “united states of Europe,” while weakening national sovereignty and eliminating national identity—something that Hungary strongly rejects, he added.
“The left has always looked upon nations, national identities with suspicion. They reckon that an escalation of immigration could terminally weaken, even eliminate the [EU’s] structure of nation states, and thus bring about the left’s unfulfilled historic goal,” Mr. Orban said.
Unlike other EU member countries, Hungary rejects giving a home to “masses of people coming from a different civilization,” Mr. Orban said. There is a clear connection between the rise of terrorism, higher unemployment, increasing crime rates with the rise in illegal immigration, he added.
In an effort to deter migrants, Hungary has started the construction of a 4-meter (13-foot) high fence on its 175-kilometer (110-mile) border with non-EU member Serbia, where most of the migrants en route to Austria and Germany enter Hungary.
Hungary will complete the fence by the end of August, Mr. Orban said.
24 July 2015
There are a billion Earths in this galaxy, roughly speaking. Not a million. A billion. We’re talking 1 billion rocky planets that are approximately the size of the Earth and are orbiting familiar-looking yellow-sunshine stars in the orbital “habitable zone” where water could be liquid at the surface.
That’s a billion planets where human beings, or their genetically modified descendants, as well as their dogs and cats and tomato plants and crepe myrtle trees and ladybugs and earthworms and whatnot, could plausibly live.
The estimate comes from NASA scientist Natalie Batalha. Let’s go through some background information to see how she got to that number. Thank you, Dr. Batalha! Keep in mind, she is using conservative estimates. So 1 billion may be a little low.
Before we make plans for colonizing these other Earths, we should pause for a second to note that there are two "Earth-like" planets orbiting our own sun and much, much closer to home than any of these extrasolar planets. Getting Venus in shape for habitability would be a terraforming challenge of the first order. Mars is potentially more congenial, but still an unpleasant place by our standards. Before we colonize Mars, we'll probably colonize the bottom of our shallow seas. Your scribbler will avoid going into a full rant about people who think there's a do-over in space for when we ruin our own planet.
23 July 2015
Meet Earth 2.0: Kepler 452b: The planet most similar to our own ever found with a 'substantial opportunity' for life
Kepler-452b is larger than Earth, but its 385-day orbit is only 5 per cent longer. The planet is 5 per cent farther from its parent star Kepler-452 than Earth is from the sun. Kepler-452 is 6 billion years old, 1.5 billion years older than our sun, has the same temperature, and is 20 percent brighter and has a diameter 10 per cent larger. 'We can think of Kepler-452b as an older, bigger cousin to Earth, providing an opportunity to understand and reflect upon Earth's evolving environment,' said Jon Jenkins, Kepler data analysis lead at Nasa's Ames Research Center, who led the team that discovered Kepler-452b. 'It's awe-inspiring to consider that this planet has spent 6 billion years in the habitable zone of its star' longer than Earth. 'That's substantial opportunity for life to arise, should all the necessary ingredients and conditions for life exist on this planet.'
22 July 2015
The ancient assembly of galaxies has been seen at the edge of the visible universe by astronomers using the ALMA telescope in Chile. Clouds of gas are seen starting to coalesce into the first galaxies and superclusters of families of stars.
Due to the finite speed of light, these formations are seen as they were not long after the formation of the first matter created in the universe.
Astronomers at ALMA directed the gaze of the powerful instrument past known galaxies, quasars and other more traditional, celestial targets. Studying deep into space (and thus, back in time), researchers were able to target some of the oldest known galaxies, dating back to just 800 million years after the Big Seed. Just to the side of BDF 3299, one of these ancient collections of stars, astronomers detected the presence of a significant collection of glowing carbon.
"This is the most distant detection ever of this kind of emission from a 'normal' galaxy, seen less than one billion years" after the Big Seed, said Andrea Ferrara from the Scuola Normale Superiore in Italy and co-author of an article detailing the discovery.
This discovery allows astronomers to carefully study the formation of galaxies in the ancient universe for the first time, according to researchers on the project.
"We have been trying to understand the interstellar medium and the formation of the reionization sources for many years. Finally to be able to test predictions and hypotheses on real data from ALMA is an exciting moment and opens up a new set of questions. This type of observation will clarify many of the thorny problems we have with the formation of the first stars and galaxies in the universe," Ferrara said.
Long ago, the universe was filled with dusty clouds of gas that served to efficiently absorb most of the light produced by the first stars. However, these hot, youthful stars eventually "burned away" at the material in a process known as reionization. Following this event, light was free to travel throughout the universe.
The cloud of glowing gas near BDF 3299 shows an area where little material remains, located where the feature would make contact with the galaxy. This suggests to astronomers that the two objects are joined, and they are witnessing reionization in action.
Future investigations using ALMA will examine the ancient material in great detail, in an effort to better understand how these archaic formations eventually developed into the galaxies we see around us in our modern universe.
18 July 2015
I don't know what he said, but I know I agree with him.
Golden Dawn MP furiously tears up papers in Parliament over bailout deal
Pro-White Golden Dawn MP, Ilias Kasidiaris harshly criticised the deal Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras agreed to during an impassioned speech to Parliament.
A lawmaker from the patriotic populist Golden Dawn party on Wednesday lashed out at the ZOG-Greek government over new economic measures meant to strip Greece of her assets, to be sold at rock-bottom prices to the friends, associates, and co-conspirators of Golden Sachs, the ECB, the IMF, et al. – it’s not like it’s a secret.
Addressing the ZOG-Greek Parliament, Golden Dawn MP Ilias Kasidiaris harshly criticised the deal Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras agreed to after a 17-hour eurozone summit. The Greek government [i.e., ZOG], and many experts [i.e., ZOG spin doctors], say the bailout deal is needed to avoid the even worse scenario of a complete collapse of Greece's banks, which would push the country out of the euro.
Economists estimate that if Greece falls out of the currency union, its economy could shrink by another 10 or 20 percent. The government also notes that the bailout deal will ensure the country's funding for three years and includes a promise to lighten its debt burden.
In the short-term, it is needed to help the banks reopen, a priority for the economy to start breathing again.
Greece's parliament of Whores voted to approve the austerity [i.e., serfdom] measures on Wednesday.
15 July 2015
Seeing Nazi imagery on the Internet is always a bad sign — doubly so when it's part of a campaign photo in support of a presidential candidate.
Trump campaign blames an intern for the inclusion of men wearing Nazi uniforms
On the morning of July 14, a photo including the American flag, the hashtag #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, and four men wearing Nazi uniforms was posted to Donald Trump's Twitter account and Facebook page.
They may be hard to spot at first glance, but the soldiers marching towards Trump's face in the photo are in fact wearing the uniform of the Waffen-SS, part of the armed wing of the Nazi party.
Schindler tweeted that he's "100% certain" these are Nazi uniforms because of the style of camouflage and the SS eagle.
Photographer George Cairns snapped the photo during a Second World War reenactment in Kent, England.
"I have photos of American soldiers as well," Cairns said to Mother Jones. "But for some reason, politicians seem to be downloading Nazis."
Cairns added that Tim Spear, a Democrat in North Carolina's legislature, accidentally used his brother's photo of men wearing Nazi uniforms in a campaign flier.
Trump's campaign is blaming the use of this image on an intern.
"A young intern created and posted the image and did not see the very faded figures within the flag of the stock photo. The intern apologized and immediately deleted the tweet," a spokesperson relayed to the Daily Dot.
The controversial posts have since been deleted from Twitter and Facebook, though the morbidly curious can still see the image on both accounts using archive.org.
Despite recent controversy, including labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as rapists, a USA Today poll lists Trump as leading the Republican presidential race.
11 July 2015
"This is our answer to same sex marriages, this mockery of the very concept of family. We must prevent gay fever in our country and support traditional values," Andrei Lisovenko, deputy head of the United Russia branch in Moscow, said.
In what appears to be a direct response to last month's U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage and the ensuing global display of gay pride flags, Russian President Vladimir Putin's United Russian Party has revealed its own "straight flag."
"This is our answer to same sex marriages, this mockery of the very concept of family. We must prevent gay fever in our country and support traditional values," Andrei Lisovenko, deputy head of the United Russia branch in Moscow, told the Izvestia newspaper, The Independent reported.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges in June to effectively render same-sex marriage bans illegal in all 50 states.
While homosexuality is not illegal in Russia, the government is not exactly known for its friendly stance towards gays, either. Putin introduced a law in 2013 that bans "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations," which went on to pass 436-0, according to The Guardian.
Three variants of the Russian straight flag exist, depicting a husband, wife and three children holding hands against a solid background of white, blue or red, which are the colors of the Russian national flag, RT reported.
"We are speaking of the traditional family. We mean the average standard Russian family that is ours: mother, father and three children," Lisovenko said.
It was unveiled at a United Russia Party rally in Moscow's Sokolniki park on the Day of Family, Love and Fidelity, an annual celebration held across the country on July 8.
Alongside the flag's release, officials launched a social media campaign with the hashtag #realfamily.
Pro-White Golden Dawn says will not back proposals sent to Greece's creditors
Greece's third largest political force, the pro-White Golden Dawn party, said early on Saturday it will not back government proposals submitted to the country's creditors in a race to reach a cash-for-reforms deal and avert bankruptcy.
"We say 'no'. We won't give you the authorisation for this deal," leader Nikolaos Mihaloliakos told lawmakers during a parliamentary session.
The country's leftist government is seeking lawmakers' approval to negotiate a series of tax hikes and spending cuts which it will hope will unlock 53.5 billion euros in aid over the next three years from international creditors.
09 July 2015
WASHINGTON — A new group advocating for closer ties between Hungary and the U.S. is bringing a delegation to Capitol Hill next week that includes a politician from Jobbik, Hungary’s pro-White patriotic party.
A group calling itself the Hungarian American Institute is inviting members of Congress to meet with several Hungarian politicians and business leaders next week, according to an invitation sent on June 30 and seen by BuzzFeed News. The list includes László Kucsák, a member of parliament for ruling party Fidesz, Márta Demeter, a member of parliament for MSZP, the socialist party, as well as Gábor Staudt, a Jobbik MP who was a member of the Magyar Gárda, a nationalist paramilitary organization connected to Jobbik that was banned in 2009.
The delegation is trying to meet with members of the House and Senate foreign affairs committees, particularly members of the subcommittees on Europe, next week, according to Ben May, corporate counsel for Policy Impact Communications, the firm helping organize the visit. May said that the list of which members are taking the meetings has not been finalized.
There’s little information about the Hungarian American Institute online, as the group is new, having “only been around for a couple of months at this point,” May said. Its website, parts of which have not yet been filled out, says it “is an international association devoted to promoting trade and business relations between Hungary and the United States, as well as policies in both nations that provide economic growth, personal opportunity, peace, and security for individuals and families.”
A congressional source told BuzzFeed News that at least one congressional office sought clarification from the State Department after receiving the request for a meeting made on behalf of the previously unknown institute.
Jozsef Szamosfalvi, a Hungarian-American businessman, told BuzzFeed News he had founded the group because “we don’t like the current lack of communication and where the relationship between the two countries is going, and we decided to do something about it.
“We don’t have a political dog in the fight,” Szamosfalvi said. “We’re not affiliated with political parties either here or in Hungary.”
He said the group had no connection to the Hungarian government and that it is seeking donations from U.S. businesses that want to do business in Hungary and vice versa and is structured under the tax code as a 501©6 non-profit.
The Hungarian government currently has three official lobbying contracts in Washington, with SLI Group, Liberty International Group, and Levick Strategic Communications, respectively.
The group’s board is composed of Paul Horvath, the CEO of Orchard Global Asset Management, former diplomat (and father of conservative journalist Tucker Carlson) Richard Carlson, Utah banker Lew Cramer, former Congressman Ernest Istook, and Georgetown professor Michael Czinkota.
Relations between Hungary and the U.S. have turned frosty in the past few years as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has grown closer to Russia and shown signs of wanting to imitate Vladimir Putin’s populist style of government. Orban, who leads the ruling Fidesz party, said last year that he wants Hungary to be an “illiberal state” rather than a liberal democracy, and cited China, Russia, and Turkey as models.
“We try to reach out across the board,” Szamosfalvi said when asked why his group had included the Jobbik MP on the list of politicians available to meet with members of Congress. “As you can see, we do not want to meet with one party only, but we wanted a selection of all of them.”
Staudt, the Jobbik MP, was in the U.S. in April, visiting Boston, Washington, and New York.
Pro-White European leaders have visited the Hill before; in 2011, Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s Front National, had what was described as an “awkward” time in Congress visiting then-Congressman Ron Paul.
In the past couple months, Hungary has had an unusual level of focus in the House Foreign Affairs Committee; a hearing devoted to Hungary was held in May in the Subcommittee for Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats, which is chaired by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher.
Sooner or later Iran's application for membership of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) will be granted; this will happen after the UN Security Council sanctions are lifted from the country, Russian presidential adviser Anton Kobyakov said at a briefing.
"The consideration of the Iranian application is on the agenda. Sooner or later this application will be granted, after the UN Security Council sanctions are lifted," Kobyakov said.
According to the official, the meeting of the SCO foreign ministers' council in Moscow was the final stage in preparing for the SCO summit and during the meeting a breakthrough decision of principle importance - to begin the acceptance procedure on India and Pakistan - was made.
"It is expected that the start of the organization expansion will be announced at the summit due to take place in Ufa," Kobyakov said.
On July 2 the SCO secretariat received Egypt's application for partnering state status. As of now, there are eleven applications to join the SCO and participate in its work, he said.
08 July 2015
MOSCOW, July 7. /TASS/. Greece can easily receive financing from the New Development Bank established by BRICS, Deputy Finance Minister Sergey Storchak said on Tuesday.
According to him, it will be enough for Greece to buy a couple of shares of the bank to be eligible for funding. He added that this would require a political decision.
"If they buy, so to speak, a few shares and become members of the bank, they will be able to count on the resources. We do not have any co-relation between a contribution and an amount of funding. There is general agreement that the system of the countries’ assets will be balanced," said Storchak.
The Deputy Finance Minister also said that the admission of a new member to the current system is always a political decision.
"Greeks happened to be first who got interested in BRICS bank. As soon as the Institute starts operating, the board of directors will prepare and the board of governors will approve the procedure to consider membership applications from new candidates," he stressed.
Storchak said he "sees no problems" with the approval of Greece’s possible application.
"I do not see any problem if all five governments order their governors to uphold [Greece’s request]," he said.
BRICS New Development Bank
BRICS member-states established the New Development Bank by an agreement signed on July 15, 2014 in Brazil. The institution was set up to finance infrastructure projects and sustainable development of these and other developing countries.
The new bank will start operating in April of 2016. Its charter capital will amount initially to $50 bln with further growth to $100 bln. The bank will start operating in dollars and then move to a basket of currencies. The bank is headquartered in Shanghai, China.
Hungary’s radical nationalist Jobbik has made a breakthrough over the previous half-year and become a people’s party, the party’s leader Gábor Vona said, assessing the first sixth months of the year.
The ruling Fidesz is “broken” and the left wing is “agonising”, Mr. Vona told a press conference. Voters will only have a choice between Fidesz and Jobbik in the next general election, he added. The left is trying to blur the line between Jobbik and the governing parties, pointing out however that votes in parliament do not support this view. Jobbik makes its decisions based on the content of bills and not based on its proponents, he insisted. He said Fidesz, unlike Jobbik, was “arrogant and corrupt”. Fidesz has surpassed the former Socialist government in terms of corruption, he said. The party chairman said it was “hypocritical” of Fidesz to reject the proposed rule on making the wealth declarations of politicians’ family members compulsory. The ruling party also declined to respond to “easily proven” allegations that they had syphoned off money from the Quaestor brokerage days before it went under, he said. Jobbik’s agenda for the autumn includes anti-corruption efforts, a drive to allow men to join women in retiring after 40 years, to resolve the conflicts resulting from “Hungarians and Gypsies” living side by side and to debate the future of the European Union, Mr. Vona said.
He said immigration issues have drawn attention away from the problems of Roma living together with the mainstream population, but Jobbik wants to keep this question on the agenda. The government should go beyond its “verbal euro-scepticism” and actually deal with the issue of amending the accession and basic treaties, Vona said. Fidesz said Jobbik had “abandoned the Hungarian people on serious issues several times.” Jobbik had voted against or abstained on several key issues over the past six months which aimed at improving people’s livelihoods, the Fidesz parliamentary group said in a statement. The changes Jobbik did not support included next year’s tax cuts, increasing tax credits for families, holding banks to account, wage hikes for law enforcement staff, tightening rules for brokerages and approval on Hungary’s role in anti-IS efforts, the statement said.
According to a recent public opinion poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet, the governing centre-right Fidesz-KDNP alliance holds 27 per cent of support among the entire population, followed by Jobbik at 16 per cent and the left-wing MSZP and DK parties at 7 and 6 per cent, respectively.