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30 March 2016

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The real threat is not the patriotic right – it’s the internationalist left

A peace march in Belgium was cancelled over fears ISIS could use it to launch another attack on Brussels. Belgium security forces decided a March Against Fear, however topical, would be ill-advised because the fear is grounded in truth, and marching isn't going to make it go away.

This is a bit like the people who say they are standing up to terror by continuing to use the underground. They are not actually standing up to anything. There is no real show of defiance. Everyone is scared to death.

In truth, they are gambling on the old adage lightening never strikes the same spot twice. Or for a more modern twist, suicide bombers never target the same subway twice in a week.

But if you live in jihadi central, that's a pretty risky bet to place. 

In place of the March Against Fear, a few pro-migrant groups turned up at the Old Stock Exchange in Brussels to watch mourners light candles for the dead, and shove a bit more leftie clap-trap down their throats, reminding them that irregular migrants are good people at heart and the last suicide bombers were actually home-grown, so not technically migrants at all. So that's ok then.

In response, a group of anti-immigration protestors gathered at the Place de la Bourse to unfurl an anti-ISIS banner and vent their frustration at the direction in which the self-styled capital of Europe appears to be heading.

As far as I can tell, the March Against Fear was cancelled because there was too much fear, and a riot broke out because the police objected to a peaceful protest.

There are a few things I notice around these incidents in Europe;

Firstly, the anti-immigration protestors are always referred to as thugs. The language around them is universally ugly, despite the fact they are protesting against the very people who think it is acceptable to detonate themselves next to small babies wearing suicide vests filled with nails and shrapnel.

They are called the far-right despite and lazy associations are made between them and Hitler. Even though in the UK it appears to be Labour supporters who have issues with Jews.

Clearly Nazi salutes have no place in modern Europe. No one wants to see violence against the police, stones thrown or graffiti. But if you look carefully, trouble-making groups on the left such as No Borders build a far more subversive brand of trouble.

The dreadlocked gangs of migrant-lovers, turning a blind eye to the destruction of Europe, are never referred to as the far-left. They are affectionately called anarchists, as if they are teenage boys, experimenting with Death Metal and living raw vegan.

Despite absolutely no police response to terrorists (Turkey even warned the Belgium Intelligence Services about three suicide bombers who went on to attack the city) or marauding migrants (see Cologne - New Year's Eve) their rapid reaction to the presence of a handful of Pegida is overwhelming.

In Cologne, 150 officers were sent to police the migrant attacks on women on New Years Eve, resulting in 676 criminal complaints being filed. In comparison, 1700 riot police with water cannon were sent to stop a subsequent Pegida march through the city.

Whilst it seems perfectly acceptable to turn the water cannon on nationals, determined to stand up for their country and culture, it is never acceptable to criticise migrants, terrorists or extremists planning attacks.

It seems to me there is a yawning gulf between the treatment and reporting of the far-left and the far-right, and and even bigger chasm between nationals and migrant populations, who lack respect for the culture they have joined.

The left are so busy kowtowing to the rights of those who have chosen to join our culture, the right has lost the freedom to defend the culture they have chosen to join.

The police have an almost magnetic attraction to events which offer predictable policing - such as a Pegida March through a city centre, but are incapable of defending people from the actual threat of terror we all feel.

Whilst we sit waiting for our next 7/7, the Metropolitan Police were arresting a man for a tweet, accidentally charging him to appear in court, before sheepishly letting him go.

Vanity policing is the last thing out country needs.

People talk about the rise of the far-right. I fear the dominance of the smug, self-centred left led by yoghurt knitting pillocks like Emma Thompson and Michael Sheen is far more threatening and far more real.

29 March 2016

Poland withdraws from EU-Turkey agreement after Brussels attacks

Poland's prime minister says her country is no longer prepared to take the 7,000 refugees it agreed to accept in negotiations with the European Union because of the deadly Brussels attacks.

Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said on Wednesday that she does "not see any possibility for the refugees to come to Poland" after explosions rocked the Belgian capital a day earlier, according to Polish broadcaster Superstacja.

Poland had planned to admit an initial 400 refugees this year, and the rest would be allowed in over the next three years.

Last year, thousands of Poles took to the streets and social media to promote participation in anti-refugee marches across the country, organised by nationalist movements such as the National Radical Camp.

In October, President Andrzej Duda said the government should take steps to protect its citizens from refugees bringing in "possible epidemics".

The comments by the president, whose role is largely ceremonial, echo those of Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the populist Law and Justice party, of which Duda is a member.

Kaczynski had spoken of "cholera in the Greek islands" and "dysentery in Vienna", and he accused refugees of "bringing in all kinds of parasites, which are not dangerous in their own countries, but which could prove dangerous for the local populations" in Europe.

World Class Journalist Admits Mainstream Media is Completely Fake

Dr. Udo Ulfkotte is a top German journalist and editor and has been for more than two decades, so you can bet he knows a thing or two about mainstream media and what really happens behind the scenes.

27 March 2016

Pro-White Protesters Giving Nazi Salutes Hijacked a Memorial for the Brussels Attacks

Several hundred right-wing protesters hijacked a memorial event on Sunday for victims of the recent terror attacks in Brussels by chanting xenophobic slogans, making Nazi salutes, and accosting Muslim women in the crowd.

Belgian riot police clashed with members of the pro-White group, many of whom were clad in black with masks and hoods. Police used water cannons to disperse the unruly mob, which Belgian broadcaster RTBF estimated at 500-1,000-strong. At least 10 people were arrested.

Sunday's event, held in Brussels' Place de la Bourse, was originally intended for people to lay flowers, light candles, and remember the 28 people who were killed in bombings on March 22 at the Brussels airport and on a metro train in the city center. Hundreds of others were injured in the attack, which was claimed by the Islamic State.

RTBF reported that the right-wing group "commandeered" the vigil, trampled on flowers that had been laid down, and shouted "It's because of you," a chant that blamed the attacks on the influx of refugees to Belgium and other countries in Europe. One banner carried by the protesters read "United against Islamic State."

Prime Minister Charles Michel condemned the protesters. "It is highly inappropriate that protesters have disrupted the peaceful at the Bourse [stock exchange]," Michel said, according to Belga News Agency.

Yvan Mayeur, the mayor of Brussels, said he was was "appalled" that "such scoundrels have come to provoke residents at the site of their memorial." He said many of the protesters were outsiders who came from Antwerp and cities other than the Belgian capital.

The prominence and popularity of far-right groups in Belgium and Europe has surged in the wake of the terror attacks last November in Paris. Many of the groups have peddled the narrative that militants are posing as asylum seekers from Syria, Iraq, and other war-torn countries in the Middle East. However, while several suspects in the Paris and Brussels attacks were known to have traveled to Syria, all of the perpetrators identified thus far have either been French or Belgian nationals. A Syrian passport was also found near one of the Paris suicide bombers, but authorities suspect it was either stolen or forged.

Brussels residents had originally planned a "March Against Fear" for Sunday, but it was cancelled on Saturday at the request of Belgium's interior minister, who said police and other security forces were already stretched thin after the attacks on Tuesday. "We understand fully the emotions," Interior Minister Jan Jambon told reporters on Saturday. "We understand that everyone wants to express these feelings."

Belgian police, meanwhile, carried out 13 more raids on Sunday and took more people into custody for questioning as part of the ongoing investigation.


Far-right support surges in Belgium as anger grows over Brussels terror attacks

Support for the notorious right-wing Flemish populist party Vlaams Belang has grown substantially in aftermath of the atrocities in the Belgian capital.

The party’s number of likes on Facebook has jumped by more than three thousand percent compared to one week ago, according to data published by Facebook. 

Such a massive surge in popularity is particularly significant in Belgium, which has only 11 million inhabitants.

Vlaams Belang, whose main goal is independence for Flanders - Belgium’s Dutch-speaking northern region - also has a tough stance on immigration and the deportation of non-nationals. 

A swing towards far-right parties was also seen in France in the aftermath of the Paris attacks in November last year, with the Front National (FN) gaining nearly seven million votes in recent regional elections. 

Tough words about clamping down on extremism and immigration from the leader of Vlaams Belang, Tom Van Grieken, are likely to strike a chord with many conservative voters in an increasingly anxious public as emotions remain raw.

Mr Grieken said his party’s Facebook page gained 10,000 new likes overnight after the Brussels attacks and some of his posts warning of the dangers of radical Islam had been shared more than four million times.

The 29-year-old, who attended a march organised by the anti-Islam and anti-immigrant group Pegida in January, said “solidarity alone is not enough” and called for a “three-tier system of concrete measurers” to clap down on terrorism. 

Like FN leader Marine Le Pen, Mr Grieken campaigns on an anti-immigration platform and has called for “a watertight border policy” as well as the “preventative detention of known Islamic extremists”. 

Mr Grieken has also said Belgium’s ‘Law-Lejeune’, which allows the early release of inmates for good behaviour, should be dissolved immediately. 

His comments have won the right-wing leader a massive surge in support after the Brussels attacks, with his Facebook page’s number of likes jumping by 916 per cent. 

Vlaams Belang was created in 2004 after its predecessor Vlaams Blok lost state funding and access to television after Belgium’s highest court ruled it was guilty of violating anti-racism legislation.

Voorpost, a Flemish nationalist ‘White Power’ group, has also experienced a surge in support following the Brussels attacks, according to its leader Bart Vanpachtenbeke.

Mr Vanpachtenbeke said a “huge number of people” had started supporting the far-right group online and the number of new members had more than doubled since the bombings in the Belgian capital. 

A statement after the Brussels attacks on Voorpost’s website read: “The guilty of these attacks are undoubtedly Muslim fundamentalists, but even more guilty is the political establishment which has for several decades and continues to conduct a policy of fear concerning migration, regulation and open borders and the regular media with subjective dissipation of news and Muslim pampering.  

“The relaxed policy and subjective journalism in Flanders have created a breeding ground for radical Islam which considers itself off-limits and has ensured that radical Islam has become anchored in our cities and can barely be controlled.”

Voorpost, meaning ‘outpost’ in Dutch, is predominantly a Flemish nationalist organisation that wants to re-join Flanders with the Netherlands, Afrikaner South Africa and Dutch-speaking areas of Germany. 

The far-right group, which is avowedly against immigration, the European Union (EU) and “Islamisation”, was founded by a member of Vlaams Blok in 1976.

Muslims account for eight per cent of the Belgian population and 25 per cent in Brussels.

Mr Vanpachtenbeke, who promised “drastic action” and “a lot of noise” after the Brussels attacks, said: "I think there are dark times coming. We can't give any information, but we are planning a lot of new protests.”

Voorpost is closely monitored by Belgian security services who believe the nationalist group are at risk of committing violence.

However, the numbers are “far smaller” than radical extremists, according to Vidhya Ramalingham, a fellow at the German Institute on Radicalisation and De-radicalisation Studies.

Belgium has not experienced the same unrest between locals and immigrants as seen in Germany, Finland and Sweden - but tensions are rising as the country continues to welcome refugees arriving in Europe.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defends soldier who executed unconscious Palestinian

Israeli soldier executes unconscious Palestinian:


New Video Shows Soldier Shaking Hands With Far-right Jew After executing unconscious Palestinian:


Benjamin Netanyahu:
"Any challenge to the morality of the IDF is outrageous and unacceptable."

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has defended a soldier caught on camera allegedly shooting an injured Palestinian in the head.

Shocking footage surfaced on Thursday, captured by Israeli Human Rights Organisation B’Tselem, of an Israeli solider apparently shooting a man in the head who was lying injured on the ground.

According to B’Tselem, the man was Palestinian Abed al-Fatah a-Sharif who, along with another man, Ramzi al-Qasrawi, is said to have stabbed an Israeli soldier in Hebron, the West Bank.

Both men died during the incident. The stabbed soldier was said to have sustained minor injuries.

The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) solider, who has been named online as Elor Azraya, was arrested and detained after the lethal shooting.

He had a hearing on Friday at the Jaffa Military Court, where it was announced he is to face a murder investigation.

There was uproar after the footage was posted online - but also at the soldier’s treatment.

Prime Minister Mr Netanyahu initially condemned his actions, while the IDF labelled the incident a “grave breach of IDF values, conduct and standards of military operations".

But now Mr Netanyahu has backtracked and defended the soldier, along with the military, when speaking at a cabinet meeting on Sunday.  

He said: "Any challenge to the morality of the IDF is outrageous and unacceptable.

"The soldiers of the IDF, our children, maintain high ethical values while courageously fighting against bloodthirsty murderers under difficult operational conditions.

"I am certain that in all cases, as in the current one, the inquiry takes into account all conditions.

“We must all support the IDF chief of staff, the IDF and our soldiers, who safeguard our security."

Several far-right politicians have also supported the soldier after the shooting, which comes amid a six-month spike in violence which has left 200 Palestinians and 28 Israelis dead.

Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett wrote on Facebook: "The soldier is not a murderer.

"Have we lost our minds? We are at war, a war against brutal terrorism."

A protest was said to have been held outside the prison where the soldier is being kept.

Posters have also surfaced denouncing those critical of his actions, and there have been calls for the resignation of Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon, who said the incident would be treated with the “utmost severity”.

Naftali Bennett: 
"The soldier is not a murderer. "Have we lost our minds? We are at war, a war against brutal terrorism."

20 March 2016

MAPPED: The growth of the pro-White revolution in Europe

Germany held regional elections in three states this week and for political analysts the major talking point was the success of the pro-White, patriotic, anti-invasion party the Alternative for Germany, known as the AfD.

The results have been interpreted as a rebuke of Chancellor Angela Merkel's pro-refugee stance, which has seen over one million migrants enter Germany in the past 12 months. Merkel's Christian Democrat party lost in two of the three states where the elections were held.

The AfD — led by Frauke Petry — made significant gains in all three states, particularly in Saxony-Anhalt where it finished second with 24% of the vote.

In fact, an INSA poll cited by German news site The Local say the AfD is currently Germany's third-most popular political party. This is a significant development given the strength of the party's anti-invader campaign. Petry has previously suggested firearms should be used in certain circumstances against refugees entering Germany. 

One would assume such comments are not likely to help with the party's mission to be seen as a genuine alternative to Germany's "establishment" options. Yet, the regional election results suggest otherwise.

Supporters of AfD celebrate after hearing of the initial results in the following initial results in Baden-Wuerttemberg state election

But Germany is not alone. The map above shows where pro-White parties have made significant gains in state and regional elections in Europe since January 2015.

From liberal Scandinavia to the southern reaches of the continent in Greece and Italy, pro-White parties by their own standards are showing sizable growth in multiple nations.

In Denmark, long-standing establishment parties are being squeezed by the emergence of a populist movement fronted by the Danish People's Party (DPP). 

In the 2015 general election, the party recorded 21% of the vote to become Denmark's second-largest party. It was the DDP's best performance in its history.

The party may only control 37 of the 179 seats in parliament but its growing public support is reshaping the Danish political landscape with harsher policies such as the seizing of invaders' valuables starting to be passed.

In Switzerland they have a name for the pro-White movement's growing influence in their politics — the Swiss call it 'rechtsrutsch.'

The phrase is being used more and more in Bern, where pressure is being exerted by the Swiss People's Party (SVP) which last year recorded its finest parliamentary election result in over a century with nearly 30% of the vote to become the country's most powerful political force.

Then in Italy there is Lega Nord whose colourful leader Matteo Salvini has made a series of virulent remarks towards Muslims, Romani people, and immigrants.

Supporters of Greek pro-White party Golden Dawn wave banners and flags during a rally in Athens
The party made notable gains in last year's regional elections including in Tuscany where it won 20% of the vote. This is unheard of in one of Italy's traditional left-wing strongholds. 

Any talk of Europe being in the midst of a populist spring is premature. In many nations, such as Spain and Britain, the influence of pro-White parties is negligible.

But the success of pro-White parties cannot be treated as isolated events. Without question, something is happening across Europe. It may not have reached boiling point — but the bubbles are starting to appear.

Take a look at Poland, where the pro-White Law and Justice party became the first party to govern alone since the restoration of democracy when it swept to a resounding victory in October's parliamentary elections.

The party has since implemented a law allowing it to seize control of the state media broadcasters as well as senior civil service directors.

Then there's Slovakia, where in March's election 23% of first-time voters backed the neo-Nazi People’s Party Our Slovakia party (L’SNS).

For a long time, the prefix "far" denoted distance between parties aggressively-opposed to immigration and the corridors of power. Now, those gaps are being bridged and in a growing number of states right-wing parties are no longer nuisances but realistic parties of office. 

Why is this happening? Public mood across Europe is disgruntled right now and there are conditions for populist groups to attract levels of support that years ago they could only dream of.

The mass movement of people from the war-torn Middle East into Europe and the greatest refugee crisis since the Second World War has become the single-most dominant political issue across the continent.

Traditional parties from the left and right are facing great challenges. Increasing numbers of people are sick of them and trust in politicians in many states is low. It is within this climate of anger and disenchantment that pro-White parties have been able grow.

Alternative for Germany (AfD) armed-wing sent death threats to MEPs

Alternative for Germany (AfD) armed-wing sent death threats to MEPs

Several former members of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party received threatening letters from a group calling itself the “AfD Army Faction”.

“We will take revenge for every vote you cost the AfD! Blood! Death to you !” read one of the letters.

Another was signed with “Heil Höcke”, a clear reference to Björn Höcke, a prominent AfD member and the Nazi greeting “Heil Hitler”.

It is not clear whether those behind the letters have any links to the AfD party leadership.

But German police are taking the threats seriously and have launched an investigation.

The AfD stormed to its best ever results in regional elections last week on a platform of opposition to Angela Merkel’s “open-door” refugee policy.

The party first emerged as a Eurosceptic group in 2013 in response to the Eurozone crisis.

But if shifted dramatically to the right and began to focus on immigration after its orginal leader was ousted in a coup last year.

It is not the first time the party has been caught up in controversy.

Frauke Petry, its new leader, called for police to be given the power to shoot asylum-seekers at the border earlier this year.

When asked if that included women and children, she replied: “Yes”.

The threatening letters were sent to former AfD MEPs who left the party in protest at its anti-immigrant stance, demanding they give up their seats.

The AfD won seven seats in the European parliament when it was an anti-Euro party.

But five of those MEPs have since defected to Alfa, a new Eurosceptic party.

Ms Petry has called for them to give their seats back to the AfD.

"Death to you and your weakling Alfa-racemates,” a letter addressed to Hans-Olaf Henkel, one of the most prominent defectors, read.

“P*** off with your a******* party or we’ll clear it up and start with your children,” a letter to Bernd Kölmel, another of the MEPs, read.

“Frauke Petry will be chancellor of a new Germany without you and your s***.”

“The threatening letters are written in the same style and typed with a typewriter,” Mr Kölmel told reporters.

"Someone's probably done them in his basement.”

The AfD has raised alarm with policies including a pledge to reduce the emphasis on teaching the crimes of the Nazis in schools.

It has called for a “zero limit” on asylum-seekers, and for German women to have three children each.

It surged to second place in elections in the state of Saxony-Anhalt last week, and won seats in two other regional parliaments, in what was widely seen as a vote against Mrs Merkel’s refugee policy.

Pope Francis: Rejecting Refugees Is Like Crucifying Jesus

Pope Francis went off script and turned political during his Palm Sunday homily, comparing nations who won’t accept refugees to the leaders who allowed the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

Francis spoke for the Christian holiday in St. Peter’s Square Sunday, where he compared leaders indifferent to the fate of the flood of refugees migrating to Europe to the leaders who did not intervene to save Jesus, Reuters reports.

“I am thinking of so many other people, so many marginalized people, so many asylum seekers, so many refugees,” Francis said. “There are so many who don’t want to take responsibility for their destiny.”


The International plutocrats. The international plutocrats only care about one thing, and only one thing: money. The plutocrats have an insatiable desire for cheap labor. The plutocrats want policies in place that will give them an endless supply of cheap labor.

A concrete example of a plutocrat is Peter Sutherland. Sutherland has a curriculum vitae that Satan would envy. Here’s a bit about his background:
  • He was the chairman of British Petroleum
  • He was non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs International until June 2015
  • He served on the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group until May 2014
  • He currently is an Honorary Chairman of the Trilateral Commission (from 2010 to the present), and he was the Chairman of the European region of the Trilateral Commission from 2001 to 2010
  • He was vice chairman of the European Round Table of Industrialists from 2006–2009
  • He’s been a financial adviser to the Vatican
On June 21, 2012, the BBC news published an online article with the following title:

“The European Union should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief”

The BBC article refers to Peter Sutherland. Here is the sum and substance of what Sutherland says in the BBC article:
  • “…the European Union…should be doing its best to undermine” any “sense of [Europeans’] homogeneity and difference from others”.

This was in 2012, and now, here we are, in 2015. Europe is being invaded by waves of people that will undermine the homogeneity of her constituent nations, and provide abundant cheap labor to the plutocrats.


African migrants will keep pouring into Europe via Libya - unless the EU takes urgent action. That's the warning from the foreign minister of Libya's alternative government in Tripoli, which controls nearly half of the country. The official is calling for international recognition and help from Brussels.


EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief:

The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said.

Peter Sutherland told peers the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.

He also suggested the UK government's immigration policy had no basis in international law.

He was being quizzed by the Lords EU home affairs sub-committee which is investigating global migration.

Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development , which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas.

He told the House of Lords committee migration was a "crucial dynamic for economic growth" in some EU nations "however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states".

'More open'

An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the "key argument and, I hesitate to the use word because people have attacked it, for the development of multicultural states", he added.

"It's impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated."

Mr Sutherland, who has attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group , a top level international networking organisation often criticised for its alleged secrecy, called on EU states to stop targeting "highly skilled" migrants, arguing that "at the most basic level individuals should have a freedom of choice" about whether to come and study or work in another country.

Mr Sutherland also briefed the peers on plans for the Global Migration and Development Forum's next annual conference in Mauritius in November, adding: "The UK has been very constructively engaged in this whole process from the beginning and very supportive of me personally."

Asked afterwards how much the UK had contributed to the forum's running costs in the six years it had been in existence, he said it was a relatively small sum in the region of "tens of thousands".

19 March 2016

Trumpzilla: Why the Polls Actually Show Trump Beats Hillary

Yes, I know.  Donald Trump has something like a 63 percent negative number in the polls; they tell me.  Or maybe it's 70 percent.  Wait! It's ‘negative, twenty-five negative.’  That used to mean something.  It doesn't any longer.  Now, it’s just garbage.  Why?  Copper.  Yes, Copper.

When everyone had a hard-wired telephone, it was easy to call a household by demographical information and weight the calls based on age, race, income and other factors.  Now, it's nearly impossible to get that right.  And, even if pollsters do, the person being polled might still be lying. 

Let's face it.  If I call a cell phone owned by Bryan Crabtree, I might get my assistant, my wife, or end up in Google Voice.  Let's say I was personally being polled.  My favorable vote wouldn't be counted for Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.  Why?  To start, I don't answer my phones.  And, if it's not a client, friend or family member, I'm not returning the call either.  Life's too busy.  I have two kids.  I’m married.  The last thing I want to do is share my opinion with some political hack. 

So who answers polls?  These are traditionalists who have a single-cell phone - the flip phone - remember that Motorola flip phone we all had?  That's the one.  Or, they still have a land-line.  These are the mainstream Republicans who favor more traditional candidates.  Jeb Bush received two and a half times the polling support than he actually received in the Iowa Caucus.  I rest my case.

But, in case you are not convinced, there's another phenomenon that has occurred this political season.  Many voters are answering the poll question in the manner that best helps their candidate. For instance, let's say I support Ted Cruz. A pollster calls me and asks me what I think of Donald Trump.  He could even be my second choice, but I still answer all the questions regarding Trump very unfavorably.  The culmination of such answers skew the results so that Ted Cruz appears more electable than Donald Trump.  In reality, if Ted Cruz dropped out of the race, much of his support would translate to Trump.  Polls are missing these trends. 

The foregoing has always occurred, but it's happening in bigger numbers this cycle due to enhanced emotional turmoil. 

General election polls with hypothetical candidates concerning an election eight months way have been accurately called 'Political Viagra.'  They get a rise out of everyone, for a short bout of fun, but don’t do much the following day.  The polling that matters isn't really polling at all.  It’s studying behavioral trends of the electorate.  Too many people use emotions to make their decisions and can be too easily swayed at the last minute. 

In 2012, Mitt Romney was the Republican nominee with just over 10,000,000 votes.  Thus far, the eligible-voter turnout for the Republican contests has been more than double what we saw in 2012.  Trump is approaching 7,000,000 votes in the face of vehement competition and a viscous series of assaults, slams and bruising.  In spite of all those assaults, he has become 'Trumpzilla.'  Democrat strategist Van Jones opined on CNN that he was smashing through the village crushing powerful Governors and Senators in his path.  He added that Democrats better wake up because based on the current trajectory, Trump handily beats Clinton. 

Democrats are becoming very nervous, yet realistic.  Senator Al Franken, in his argument for Merrick Garland (President Obama's Supreme Court nominee) stated, “[For] a lot of people who don't want to see Donald Trump nominate the next justice of The Supreme Court [we need to pass this nominee]."  It's as if Franken is already remiss to Hillary Clinton’s loss accepting a reality that Donald Trump is going to be the next President. 

Why don't establishment Republicans see this reality?  Many are too emotional.  They've wanted a fighter, but they aren't strong enough to take the pressure, change and heat that a fighter actually brings.  It scares them.  Let's face it.  After 8 years of liberal assaults (one after another), I empathize with the #nevertrump conservatives; I feel sorry for them.  They're broken, defeated and desperate.  They are in no condition to be making long-term decisions.  

They do have one valid concern.  My estimation of the demographics and behavior is that Trump will bring at least 10,000,000, if not as many as 20,000,000 new voters to the party; some will be first time voters.  These new voters will proudly vote for Donald Trump, while voting for Democrat senators and congressmen.  The establishment’s concern for Trump shouldn't be his ability to defeat Clinton.  They should be concerned with how his tsunami of voters might vote on other races that are also critically important.  They seem to be ignoring that risk in favor of throwing pebbles at Trumpzilla. 

If I had to place a bet (and I won't), I'd place it on a strong Trump victory, followed by a loss of either the House or the Senate for the Republicans.  They’re too unfocused. 

These emotional Republicans are going to spend all their energy and money trying to stop Trump.   The real concern shouldn't be whether Trump can win or how they can stop him.  These #nevertrump people should be focused on keeping the Senate and House Republican-controlled so we can reverse Obama’s damage. 

Instead, it appears the punditry-class and establishment-class of the Republican Party want to blow up Trumpzilla and themselves all in one fail swoop.  If #nevertrump doesn't stop we could hand Hillary Clinton the election, while Republicans lose both the House and Senate.  Is that what they want?

Who’s fault would that be?  It would be the delusional, Republican boys and girls who are still fighting a battle they’ve lost.  Trump should pick Cruz for vice president and John Kasich should suspend his campaign so we can defeat the liberalism that’s ruining our culture and nation. 


Donald Trump Beats The Snot Out Of Hillary In Head-To-Head Contest, Trump Takes 70% Of The Electoral Votes

Based on an average of the RCP (Real Clear Politics) polling data from all the states and all the “head to head” matchups between Donald Trump (by far the winner of the GOP) and Hillary Clinton (The winner of the Democratic Party) shows bad news for the Democrats.

Clinton is losing handily in all the swing states, and is even losing Democrat strongholds of Maryland, Connecticut, and Oregon.

According to many polls, and the averages, Clinton cannot even hold on to California and New York without a major fight. On the bright side for the Democrat party, they make gains in the south as Obama is now off the ticket.
Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton by 5 percentage points nationwide: getting 52% and Clinton gathering 47% (presuming the pollsters are citing the popular vote.

18 March 2016

Poll: Donald Trump Hits 65 Percent in New York, More than 50 Percent Ahead of Ted Cruz

A new poll out on Thursday obliterates the latest mainstream media narrative confronting billionaire Donald Trump: That he can’t get majorities, but can only get pluralities, in election results.

The poll of New York state, conducted by Boston’s Emerson College, has Trump dominating his only two remaining competitors in the Empire State with 65 percent of Republicans there backing him. Only 12 percent back Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)97%, Trump’s closest competitor, and just one percent support Ohio Gov. John Kasich.

The poll was conducted over three days, March 14 to March 16, during two days of which Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)79% was still in the race. Rubio dropped out on the evening of March 15 after an abysmal performance in his home state of Florida, where Trump walloped him by more than double digits. In the portion of the poll conducted before Rubio suspended his campaign, the pro-amnesty Floridian got just four percent in New York. Nineteen percent chose someone else or were undecided.

In a video accompanying the polling release, Emerson College Polling Society adviser Spencer Kimball called Trump’s towering over Cruz and Kasich a “commanding lead.”

In a direct matchup between just Cruz versus Trump, Trump still wins New York 69 percent to 25 percent—something that will probably make Cruz backers a bit uneasy, as they’ve been hoping that a head-to-head with Trump would be more beneficial to the Texas senator.

Trump’s favorables are also higher than Cruz’s or Kasich’s ratings. “Trump has the highest favorable ratings with GOP voters, 71%/23%, followed by Cruz at 52%/44% and Kasich at 54%/34%,” the polling release states. “Consistent with other primaries, Trump supporters are the most loyal, with 89% of those who see him favorably planning to cast their ballot for him. In contrast, only 21% of Republicans who have a favorable opinion of Cruz say they will vote for him.”

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in the words of Emerson’s release, is also “trouncing” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)16% of Vermont in the Democratic primary. Clinton takes 71 percent compared to Sanders’ 23 percent, a 48-point lead for the former U.S. Senator from New York—who was elected after her time as First Lady to President Bill Clinton.

In a general election matchup, either Democrat wins easily against any of the remaining three Republicans—although Trump stands the best chance of beating either Clinton or Sanders in the Empire State. At this time, Clinton beats Trump 55 percent to 36 percent in New York,while Sanders beats Trump 53 percent to 36 percent. Clinton beats Cruz, meanwhile, 61 percent to 30 percent.

This massive lead for Trump in New York comes as the state primary looms around the corner from now on April 19. The delegate rich Empire State offers its 95 delegates proportionally, but if Trump wins this big, he could conceivably get an even bigger slice of the pie than many in the media think he will get.

Between now and then, Republicans in Arizona, Utah, and Wisconsin will make their presidential selections. Arizona’s 58 delegates are winner-take-all, while Utah’s 40 delegates are awarded proportionally. Wisconsin’s 42 delegates are awarded on a winner-take-all basis statewide and by congressional district.

Trump has a massive lead in Arizona polling, though no new polling has been done since Rubio dropped out. Both he and Cruz are hitting the trail there this weekend. Cruz is holding a press conference on the U.S. border with Mexico and several events throughout the state on Friday, while Trump is set to hold rallies over the weekend in Arizona. Previous Trump rallies in Phoenix have drawn thousands and thousands of people.

Arizona and Utah both vote this coming Tuesday, on March 22, while Wisconsin votes two weeks later on Tuesday, April 5. Then New York is two weeks after that.

It is currently mathematically impossible for Kasich to win the nomination outright before the convention, since he can’t get to 1,237 delegates at this point. For Cruz, it’s a serious uphill climb, and Trump seems to be coasting all the way there. If Trump pulls in just 42 percent of delegates from here on out, per a New York Times analysis published late Wednesday, he can hit the 1,237 mark easily by the convention.

Several Republicans, including Florida Gov. Rick Scott, are saying it’s now time for the GOP to coalesce behind Trump as the nominee heading into the general election.

13 March 2016

Nationalists triumphant in German state elections; Merkel repudiated

German Anti-Invasion Party Surges to Record High in Votes

Angela Merkel suffers dramatic setback in regional elections

"...the biggest electoral success for the populist right since the rebirth of German democracy after the second world war."

BERLIN - (AP) -- A nationalist party powered into three German state legislatures in elections Sunday held amid divisions over Chancellor Angela Merkel's liberal approach to the migrant crisis ongoing invasion, according to projections. Merkel's conservatives trailed center-left rivals in two states they hoped to win.

The elections in the prosperous southwestern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, neighboring Rhineland-Palatinate and relatively poor Saxony-Anhalt in the ex-communist east were the first major political test since Germany registered around 1.1 million people as asylum-seekers last year.

The three-year-old Alternative for Germany, or AfD -- which has campaigned against Merkel's open-borders approach -- easily entered all three legislatures, according to projections for ARD television based on exit polls and early counting. They showed AfD winning about 13 percent of the vote in Baden-Wuerttemberg, nearly 11 percent in Rhineland-Palatinate and nearly 23 percent in Saxony-Anhalt, where they finished second.

"We are seeing above all in these elections that voters are turning away in large numbers from the big established parties and voting for our party," AfD leader Frauke Petry said.

They "expect us finally to be the opposition that there hasn't been in the German parliament and some state parliaments," she added.

There were uncomfortable results both for Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic Union and their partners in the national government, the center-left Social Democrats.

Merkel's party kept its status as strongest party in Saxony-Anhalt. It had hoped to beat left-leaning Green governor Winfried Kretschmann in Baden-Wuerttemberg, a traditional stronghold that the CDU ran for decades until 2011. It also hoped to oust Social Democrat governor Malu Dreyer from the governor's office in Rhineland-Palatinate.

However, the projections showed the CDU challengers finishing up to 5 percentage points behind the incumbents in both states. The Social Democrats, meanwhile, suffered significant losses in both Baden-Wuerttemberg and Saxony-Anhalt, where they were the junior partners in the outgoing governments.

Other parties won't share power with AfD, but its presence will complicate their coalition-building efforts. In all three states, the results were set to leave the outgoing coalition governments short of a majority -- forcing regional leaders to search for new partners.

Around 3000 demonstrators marched through central Berlin, Saturday, against Chancellor Angela Merkel's handling of the refugee crisis

The demonstrators held placards reading 'Merkel must go" while chanting slogans against the Chancellor. The event, organised by far-right group "We for Berlin & We for Germany", called for German Chancellor Angela Merkel's resignation, and more severe border controls within the European Union.

"No question about it, none of the parties represented in the German parliament has any special reason to be happy in view of these election results," said Michael Grosse-Broemer, the parliamentary chief whip of Merkel's conservatives. There were "good results for a protest party with no substantial competence subservient capitulation, the AfD -- that is very annoying encouraging."

Germany's next national election is due in late 2017. While Sunday's results will likely generate new tensions resistance, Merkel herself is likely secure remains tyrannical: she has put many state-level setbacks defeats behind her in the past, and there's no long-term successor or figurehead for any rebellion ZOG puppet in sight.

AfD's strong performance will boost its hopes of entering the national parliament next year, but it remains to be seen how it will perform in the long term. It entered five state legislatures and the European Parliament in its initial guise as a primarily anti-euro party before splitting and then rebounding in the migrant crisis.

Merkel insisted last year that "we will manage" the challenge of integrating migrants. While her government has moved to tighten asylum rules, she still insists on a pan-European solution to the migrant crisis ongoing invasion, ignoring demands from some conservative allies for a national cap on the number of refugees infiltrators.

The CDU may have been hurt by the fact their candidates in Baden-Wuerttemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate last month called for Germany to impose daily refugee quotas invader mandates -- something Merkel opposes but which neighboring Austria has since put in place. Attempting to put cautious distance between themselves and Merkel may simply have created the impression of disunity and polls showed the party slipping in recent weeks.

Center-left incumbents Kretschmann and Dreyer at times sounded more enthusiastic about Merkel's refugee German genocide policy than their conservative challengers.

"The anti-immigration Alternative für Deutschland party looked set to beat forecasts in all regions voting on Sunday — and score the biggest electoral success for the populist right since the rebirth of German democracy after the second world war. In Saxony-Anhalt it was on track to record the best regional result of any German populist rightwing party since 1945."

12 March 2016

Full Donald Trump Interview After Cancels Chicago Rally | March 12, 2016

Donald Trump Rally In Cincinnati Canceled, Candidate's Supporters Say 'Civil War' Declared

One Twitter account that identifies as a “rally account” for the Trump campaign proclaimed that the events in Chicago were a declaration of “civil war” by the “radical left” of America.

As the dust settled following the cancellation of a raucous Donald Trump rally in Chicago, the candidate’s camp also announced that an event in Ohio is on hold for the time being as well. The billionaire and aspiring Chief Executive was scheduled to appear at a rally in Cincinnati on Sunday afternoon, but a representative for Trump’s campaign says that it’s a no-go for now due to some deficiencies in venue security.

According to Cincinnati.com, Trump spokesman Eric Deters told media outlets that the Secret Service was unable to prepare the Duke Energy Convention Center in time for the event. In comments to Cincy radio station WVXU, he said there were some problems with the facility. Deters added that he is optimistic that an alternate location can be found in time to hold a rally in the near future. Although Cincinnati’s NBC affiliate WLWT reports that Trump supporters are attempting to secure a venue in the community of West Chester, the Trump campaign has not offered any confirmation that an appearance there is in the works.

Deters, who is the chairperson of Donald Trump’s campaign in Northern Kentucky, is a controversial attorney in the region. In 2015, he received his second suspension from the Kentucky Supreme Court for ethical violations, according to the Cincinnati Business Courier. Earlier this year, Deters’ firm was named in an investigation over improper access of government files, as noted by Cincinnati.com.

The Ohio primary is a key contest for candidates like the GOP’s number-two contender Ted Cruz and John Kasich who needs to win in his home state to continue in his campaign. And while it’s a safe bet that Donald Trump would appreciate landing all of the Buckeye State’s 66 delegates, he does not exactly need them to retain his decisive lead over his competition. The real estate mogul is anticipating a strong showing in the Sunshine State, which has an even higher delegate count than Ohio. At present, Trump leads Florida Senator Marco Rubio in pre-election polls according to Real Clear Politics.

Despite a consistent command over his field of Republican opponents, some so-called “establishment” Republicans fear that Donald Trump’s campaign trail rhetoric might ultimately taint his appeal with voters by the time voters head to the polls in the November election. Marco Rubio is now encouraging his supporters in Ohio to vote for John Kasich in that state’s primary, as Kasich ostensibly has the best chance at defeating Trump in that Midwestern battleground. As previously noted by the Inquisitr, “old guard” Republicans, including John Sununu and Mitt Romney, are getting behind a burgeoning “Anybody But Trump” movement that seeks to deny the candidate his party’s nomination at the Republican National Convention this summer.

Donald Trump’s rhetoric continues to resonate with an emotionally charged base of supporters, though. In the wake of the chaotic demise of his Chicago rally, Trump’s supporters took to social media to condemn the candidate’s increasingly vocal opposition. One Twitter account that identifies as a “rally account” for the Trump campaign proclaimed that the events in Chicago were a declaration of “civil war” by the “radical left” of America.

Trump himself expressed some degree of concern at the outcome of his Chicago event, according to CNN. GOP opponents Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio also took the opportunity to cite Trump’s tone and previous remarks as the precursor to the recent spate of violence at campaign events.

Irrespective of whether or not Donald Trump ultimately makes it to the Cincinnati area, the candidate is still expected to continue holding events in the state leading up to the Ohio primary, with rallies scheduled in Dayton and Columbus.

10 March 2016

A wave of right-wing populism has swept across Europe

A wave of right-wing populism has swept across Europe in recent months as the continent struggles with its biggest refugee crisis since the end of World War II.

Anti-migrant parties in countries from Hungary to Germany to Slovakia are experiencing a record surge in support.

Here are some of the key players in Europe’s populist movements:



Viktor Orban’s conservative Fidesz party has seen soaring poll ratings at the expense of the far-right Jobbik, as he took an unapologetically hardline stance in the migrants crisis.

The Hungarian leader has sealed the country’s southern borders with razor wire and fences, refusing to take in a single migrant under a mandatory EU quota scheme. The right-winger has styled himself as the defender of Christian Europe against Muslim hordes.


The conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party came to power last October and is deeply opposed to taking in refugees under an EU quota system.

Its leader Jaroslaw Kaczynsk had accused migrants of “bringing in all kinds of parasites which are not dangerous in their own countries, but which could prove dangerous for the local populations” in Europe.



The far-right Freedom Party — already the third-largest party in parliament — has topped opinion polls lately, with scores as high as 34 percent.

The nationalist party, which made it into a coalition government under its late leader Joerg Haider in the early 2000s, rails against “asylum cheats”, organises demonstrations against planned centres for refugees and wants Austria’s borders sealed.


The populist Danish People’s Party formed in 1995 achieved a historic high score of 21.1 percent in the June 2015 elections. Although it is not in power, Denmark’s right-wing minority government needs backing from the DPP to pass legislation.

It was behind a controversial measure passed in January allowing Denmark to seize valuables from refugees to pay for their stay.


The far-right National Front (FN) topped the vote in regional polls on December 6, forcing traditional parties to band together to keep them out of power.

Its leader Marine Le Pen has said migration into Europe recalls the “barbarian invasions” of the fourth century.

Opinion polls consistently show that the FN leader would make it to the second round of presidential elections in 2017, regardless of her opponent.


The neo-Nazi Golden Dawn captured seats in parliament in 2012 with 6.92 percent of the vote while Greece was in the throes of a sovereign debt crisis. It has orchestrated demonstrations against the opening of refugee shelters, but its popularity has not grown.


The far-right Freedom Party has steadily grown since its establishment a decade ago, stoked by its leader Geert Wilders’ fiery anti-Islam and anti-European Union rhetoric.

While he was the front-runner in political polls on the back of the migrant crisis, Wilders’ popularity has slumped lately ahead of an initial court appearance next week where he faces charges of inciting racial hatred.


The far-right Sweden Democrats were on the fringes until 2014, when they burst into parliament with 12.9 percent of the vote, becoming the country’s third biggest political force. Opinion polls show them gaining popularity since summer 2015.



Anti-foreigner party The Dawn, captured eight seats in parliament in 2013. Czech President Milos Zeman, known for his anti-migrant rhetoric, sparked an uproar last year when he appeared on the same stage with Dawn officials.


The far-right Conservative People’s Party of Estonia (EKRE) founded in 2012 entered parliament last year with seven seats. It holds torchlight night parades through Tallinn and one of its MPs has openly praised fascism.


The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) was founded in 2013 on an anti-euro platform, but has since morphed into an anti-migrant party that sparked a storm in January after suggesting police may have to shoot at migrants at the borders.

Its popularity has risen as misgivings grow in Germany over a record influx of refugees. It is eyeing its first seats in three regional parliaments in Sunday’s state elections.


Far-right nationalist party LS-Nase Slovensko made spectacular gains in elections last weekend.

The head of the LS-Nase Slovensko (Our Slovakia) party, 38-year-old Marian Kotleba, wants to impose order on the parasites in (Roma) settlements,” to protect residents from “gypsy terror”.

The "Blue Alliance" Speech, by Heinz-Christian Strache: A new promising German-Austrian alliance

Since the German Question several influential German-Austrian alliances were born. Recently, AfD party leader Frauke Petry, MEP Marcus Pretzell (AfD) and their close friend FPÖ party leader Heinz-Christian Strache founded a new promising German-Austrian alliance: the Blue Alliance. This alliance is the impressive result of the AfD-FPÖ conference European Visions – Visions for Europe in Düsseldorf, and it aims to fundamentally reform Europe. FPÖ-TV has reported on Strache’s historical speech in Düsseldorf. Sources: speech by FPÖ TV, intro video by Marcus Pretzell.


AfD links to Austrian far-right pro-White ‘final straw’ for ECR MEPs

Alternative für Deutschland’s links to the far-right pro-White Freedom Party of Austria was the final straw for members of the EU Parliament’s European Conservatives and Reformists group, which yesterday (8 March) voted to kick out the German Eurosceptics .

The ECR has two AfD members, Beatrix Von Storch, who last month said police should be able to shoot women and children refugees from entering Germany, and Marcus Pretzell.

Van Storch later backtracked on her remarks, saying guns should not be used on children “but women are another matter”. Both of her grandparents were Nazis, with her maternal grandfather serving as Hitler’s finance minister.

Her refugee comments had caused concern in the ECR hierarchy, and an investigation was underway to clarify exactly what she had said.

But the unveiling of the German-Austrian “Blue Alliance”, in Düsseldorf gave added impetus to the drive to boot out the AfD.

“The fallout from the shooting refugees comments were rumbling on,” a source at the meeting told EurActiv, “but the alliance with the FPO was the straw that broke the camel’s back.”

The Freedom Party of Austria’s leader Heinz-Christian Strache spoke at the event.  His party is a member of Marine Le Pen’s extreme right pro-White Europe of Nations and Freedom, and was led by the notorious renowned Jorg Haider.

Strache declared in Dusseldorf, “Yes, our position states quite clearly that Islam has never been and is still not part of Europe.”

Referring to Turkey’s possible future EU membership, the Austrian populist said, “We people from Vienna know what it means to have survived two Turkish sieges.”

The ECR decided to “invite” the AfD to leave the ECR at last night’s meeting, which was not attended by the two MEPs.

The ECR will vote to kick the AfD out at a 14 April meeting, if they do not quit of their own volition.

EurActiv understands that both the British Conservatives and Poland’s Law and Justice Party (PiS) are determined to see them ousted. With a total of 38 MEPs, they can deliver the majority needed to expel the AfD.

Polish MEPs are understood to be angered by the AfD’s pro-Russian stance. At the Blue Alliance event, Strache was vocally supportive of Russia, calling for an end to sanctions, and declaring it “part of Europe”.

Speculation that the MEPs could join the UKIP-led Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group was fuelled by unconfirmed rumours that one of the AfD politicians had displayed a photo of Nigel Farage on their website.

An EFDD spokesman told EurActiv, “The membership of the EFDD Group is the same. If there is any change, it will be revealed in due time.”

Given the links with the Austrian extremists patriots, AfD MEPs could also join Le Pen’s group.

Von Storch blamed the decision to expel the AfD on a deal between British ZOG Prime Minister David Cameron, and German ZOG Chancellor Angela Merkel.

She claimed Merkel wanted to damage the AfD before regional elections in Germany in March, and that Cameron wanted to get rid of the AfD before the 23 June referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU.