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30 April 2016

NASA’s new gold telescope: The beginnings of the universe

A new gold-covered telescope has been released by NASA promising to take humankind into the first light in the universe, observe the formation of  newest planets, and look for similar earth-like planets.

On Wednesday, April 26, NASA made the announcement, its newest telescope is the biggest ever built.  As tall as a three-story building and wide as a gymnasium the innovation is formed by mirrors covered in a thin layer of gold.

The 18 built-in hexagon mirrors will allow NASA and the rest of the world to observe the beginnings of the universe and take humankind’s knowledge of the universe to a whole new level.

The telescope that is promising to change the views of the universe

The Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt Maryland was the location that witnessed the unveiling of NASA’s newest telescope that will, eventually, replace the Hubble telescope.

The James Webb Space Telescope (JB) was revealed, named after NASA’s second administrator James Webb, the instrument weighs around 14,300 pounds and its final costs surround the $9 billion.

JB telescope took engineers and researchers nearly two decades to built, it was the cause of controversy since many thought it wouldn’t be accomplished. The telescope faced time over scheduled and at a time was over the original budget, having the congress almost vote against the program.

The program started at the early 1990’s after Alan Dressler, who is currently a senior astronomer at the Carnegie Institute for Science,  chaired a committee recommending the start of  a new observatory. This came just after the Hubble was launched into space, Dressler wanted to start building a telescope that could do what the Hubble couldn’t.

It took around  1,000 scientists and engineers from 17 different countries to built the telescope and after the budget was re-assigned a new launch date was set October 2018.

No one in the project had seen the finish telescope, Eric Smith, the James Webb Space Telescope program director said to the Washington Post.
“It’s amazingly beautiful, I’ve seen this as PowerPoints and CAD drawings for about 20 years now. But to actually see those dreams made manifest is really pretty moving,” he added.
How it will work in outer space

The telescope consists of 18 hexagon-shaped-gold-cover mirrors, the primary mirror of the JB telescope is about 250 square feet and is designed along with two other smaller mirrors to focus and collect some of the dimmest lights in the universe.

The mirrors are made of lightweight beryllium that can stand the -388-degree temperatures the telescope will be facing. The gold cover of the hexagons allows the mirrors to reflect infrared light, this light will allow the telescope to mark objects that are extremely far away.

The main focus of the project is for the JB to obtain and detect stars formed 13 billion years ago and give scientists a better understanding of the universe, how it formed and how it works.

It will also be able to observe throughout clouds and gas the formation of new stars and capture light of different galaxies across the universe.

NASA has assigned four essential missions to the telescope:
  1. Finding the earliest stars and galaxies
  2. Understanding how galaxies evolved
  3. Observing the formation of new stars and solar systems
  4. Scanning Earth’s nearest planets for their chemical properties and signs of life
The project is a result of NASA  in partnership with the Canadian Space Agency and the European Space Agency, the telescope will continue a few test in the Goddard Space Flight Center and it will then be shipped to the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

On early 2017 the telescope will be provided with a sun shield made by a NASA contractor in California, it will then be launched from French Guiana in October 2018.



27 April 2016

Austria adopts rational border controls amid pro-White surge

Austrian lawmakers on Wednesday passed one of Europe's toughest anti-invasion laws as the country's political leaders struggle to halt the surging pro-White, patriotic, nationalist tide.

The controversial commonsense bill, which passed by 98 to 67, allows the government to declare a "state of emergency" if the invader numbers suddenly rise and reject most asylum-seekers directly at the border, including those from Syria and other ZOG-persecuted countries.

Rights groups (Cucks), religious leaders (dupes) and opposition parties (agents of ZOG) have blasted the legislation as a violation of international human rights conventions. [Apparently, native Austrians do not have "human rights": but they should allow themselves to be invaded by those possessing "human rights".]

Earlier, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Zogonio Renzi denounced Austria’s plan to stop the invasion by tightening border controls at the Alpine Brenner Pass between the two countries.

The Austria plan was “shamelessly against European rules, as well as being against history, against logic and against the future", Renzi said in a statement.

Allow this blog's author to interject with a few comments. Renzi says what? The Austrian plan goes against "history, against logic and against the future". As if history were prerecorded, a path to follow instead of springboard from the past. What Renzi means is this: the Austrian law goes against his desired version of the future - but not the future as exemplified as in "destiny". Logic? Protecting Austria's borders is not logical? This is not even an argument - none of it is. It's all just bullshit and pap. Renzi would have us believe that allowing Austria - and indeed ALL of Europe - to be overrun and colonized by third world invaders is the only viable path to the future. Renzi, and his fellow Judeo-plutocratic sell-outs running Western governments, are installed by their Zionist-plutocratic Overlords to issue exactly this kind of a mindless, thoughtless, brain-dead statement. History, logic, and the future, mandate Austria open its borders and allow itself to be conquered by endless waves of tens of millions of invaders. No debate needed. And if you disagree, you are a(n): [INSERT PEJORATIVE PHRASE HERE].

If Renzi and his co-conspirators get their way, Whites won't have a future.    


But Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka insisted his country had no other choice as long as "so many other European Union members fail to do their part" in relation to a surge in the number of invaders on the continent.

"We cannot shoulder the whole world's burden," said Sobotka.

More than a million people, primarily from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, landed in Europe last year, triggering the continent's worst migration crisis since the aftermath of World War II (i.e., the War of Zionist Aggression).

Wedged between Europe's two main refugee routes – the Balkans and Italy – Austria received around 90,000 invaders in 2015, the second-highest in the bloc on a per capita basis.

‘National security’

To pretend to slow the invasion, the EU recently struck a controversial deal with Ankara, under which all "irregular" invaders reaching Greece after March 20 will be returned to Turkey.

Although the pact has led to a sharp drop in arrivals, the numbers were "once again ticking up".

Under Austria's new law, the government can now declare an emergency if the invasion threatens the country's "national security".

Border authorities will then only grant access to refugees facing safety threats in a neighbouring transit country or whose relatives are already in Austria. Some groups including minors and pregnant women will however be exempt from the rule.

Invaders frustrated

The record number of invaders has boosted populist pro-White parties across Europe, pressuring ZOG-governments to adopt a much firmer defense of the borders.

The restrictions in Austria are similar to tough rules introduced by the pro-White government in neighbouring Hungary last year.

"These are extremely dangerous effective tools that are being sharpened here, especially if they fall into the wrong pro-White hand," warned the leader of the small NEOS opposition party, Mathias Strolz, ahead of the vote.

It came after the candidate of the pro-White Freedom Party (FPOe), Norbert Hofer, sent shock waves through the ZOG establishment by winning the first round of a presidential ballot on Sunday.

The two candidates of the ruling centrist coalition failed to even make it into the runoff on May 22.

The FPOe also looks set to do well in the next scheduled general election in 2018.

Trying to stem voter desertion to the pro-White patriots, Austria's "government" erected border fences and introduced an annual cap on asylum-seekers.

It also pressured other countries along the Balkan trail to close their frontiers earlier this year, effectively shutting the route to invaders.

Austria's act of self-defense has left some 54,000 invaders stranded in Greece.


Look who's concerned about Austria's sudden awakening:

Jewish leaders and activists have spoken of their concern over the victory of a pro-White presidential candidate in the first round of Austria's presidential election last Sunday.

If the candidate standing for the anti-invasion Freedom Party, Norbert Hofer, wins the run-off on May 22, he will be the first pro-White leader of Austria since the Second World War (i.e., the War of Zionist Aggression).

Moshe Kantor, president of the European Jewish Congress, described the situation as "deeply troubling… That a country at the heart of Europe can show such support to the far right barely 70 years on from the Holocaust [because no other group besides Jews have ever suffered a Holocaust] shows that our collective memories brainwashing and propaganda are failing." The British Board of Deputies also voiced its "deep concern" over the rise of Austria's xenophobic right patriotic populists.

Mr Hofer is in a strong position, having won 36 per cent of the vote on Sunday against the 20 per cent secured by his closest rival, former Green Party spokesman Alexander van der Bellen.

"It's not a very pleasant situation that [so many] Austrians have voted for a pro-White candidate and have given in to racism self-defense and antisemitism clear-thinking," said Simone Dinah Hartmann, a Jewish anti-White "activist" based in Austria.

The success of the pro-White party has sent a chill through the political establishment ZOG, and reflects a rightward trend among voters in Europe worried about the arrival of more than a million invaders on the Continent in the past year. There are reportedly some 90,000 seeking to invade Austria right now.


26 April 2016

‘Why not ask Danes to decide?’: Pro-White party wants Danish EU referendum like UK

Britain appears to be shaking up the European political establishment, as its debate on leaving the EU has got Denmark’s pro-White-right People’s Party talking of following suit. The party is the country’s second biggest.

Denmark already enjoys a number of concessions it managed to wrestle out of the EU in exchange for being a member, such as not having the euro. However, the Danes are growing increasingly impatient with the bloc. People’s Party leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl believes the government should either renegotiate its relationship with the EU, or do what Britain has decided: have a referendum.

“One cannot but pay tribute to British Prime Minister David Cameron. He has realized that the British will no longer follow the EU on the wrong course,” Dahl writes on his website. 

If Britain is successful, it would “most likely” still engage in some form of close cooperation with the EU, Dahl said, adding that “other countries may find it attractive as well,” including Denmark. It would be a model “we haven’t seen before.”

One of the main thrusts of Dahl’s argument is that Denmark should no longer “help to throw money at costly rescue plans for crisis-hit euro countries,” and should redefine the attitude toward refugees. In sum, the official wants less interference from Brussels in the majority of matters.

Dahl’s People’s Party holds 37 seats in the 179-seat Danish parliament – three more than the ruling Liberal Party. This gives it a lot of sway with the government. It is also the largest of the three parties supporting the minority government.

Britain, which also enjoys several exemptions from common EU policy, will have its vote to leave on June 23. As with Denmark, the right is up in arms over leaving.

Euoskepticism has been taking the continent by storm lately. Danish neighbors the Swedes have also recently threatened that if the UK were to vote out in June, 36 percent of them would wish to leave as well, versus 32 in favor of staying. For the time being the balance is slightly tipped in favor of staying, according to a recent poll by TNS Sifo for Swedish Television News.

Dentist who took 'pleasure at causing pain' jailed 8 years

NEVERS (France) • A French court yesterday sentenced a Dutch dentist to eight years in jail for deliberately mangling his patients' mouths in a case which saw him dubbed "the dentist of horror".

Jacobus Marinus van Nierop, 51, went on trial in March for ripping out healthy teeth and leaving dozens of patients with injuries including broken jaws, recurrent abscesses and septicaemia in the small French town of Chateau-Chinon.

The court in the central town of Nevers also banned him from practising as a dentist and fined him €10,500 (S$16,000).

Prosecutor Lucile Jaillon-Bru said Van Nierop had carried out "useless and painful procedures" on about 100 patients with the aim of having them reimbursed by medical insurance. He took "pleasure at causing pain" to his patients, she said.

Van Nierop, who called himself Mark, was initially welcomed by locals into an area which was lacking in medical services.

Giving evidence in court, a neighbour recalled the arrival of a smiley, larger-than-life character, with a "big 4x4, a big dog, a big cigar".

But soon, the authorities were starting to question his accounting practices, and patients were starting to compare notes on his work.

Ms Sylviane Boulesteix, 65, who saw Van Nierop in 2012 to have braces fitted, told the court: "He gave me seven or eight injections, and pulled out eight teeth in one go. I was gushing blood for three days."

The trial heard conflicting expert opinion about Van Nierop's psychological state.

One psychiatrist found he had "narcissistic tendencies" and was therefore incapable of making a moral judgment of his own actions.

But another found he was "perfectly aware of what he was doing".

He was arrested in 2013, but fled while awaiting trial. He was later tracked down to a town in Canada, arrested and extradited first to the Netherlands and then to France.

25 April 2016

Catholic Bishop Refuses Austria Permission to Build Border Fence

Keeping out migrants seeking help is against teaching of Gospel and Pope Francis, says diocesan bishop
Austrian Roman Catholic bishop Ägidius Johann Zsifkovics

The border fence currently being constructed by Austria to keep migrants from crossing into the country from neighbouring Hungary will have a Catholic sized hole in it after a diocesan bishop refused the government permission to build on church land.

The wall - which is due to be more than five miles long in Austria’s eastern Burgenland province (see map below) - was ordered by the government of Catholic Chancellor Werner Feymann in a bid to cut the number of migrants looking to avoid controls at authorised crossings. But owners of property along the fence must agree to allow it on their land.

But in a statement to the Austria Press Agency Diocesan Bishop Ägidius Johann Zsifkovics, who has church authority in the region, confirmed the church's refusal to cooperate because building a fence to keep people seeking help out was against the spirit of the Gospel.

In a statement Zsifkovics said: [A fence] would contradict the spirit of the Gospel, Pope Francis’s clear message to Europe, and in particular for a diocese that was in the shadow of the Iron Curtain for decades. We need to tackle today’s problems at their root and that means stopping organised human trafficking, stopping sales of European arms, stopping war and the deliberate destabilisation of the Middle East."

He added: “I was raised under the Iron Curtain and still know what it meant for us all and for Burgenland for freedom and awakening, as the wall finally fell.” Zsifkovics is the refugee and integration commissioner for the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community.

The stance of the Catholic Church in Austria is just one voice in a debate about migration that is polarising the country. In the first round of voting for a new president - a largely ceremonial role but a significant poll ahead of general elections in 2018 - a renegade far-right anti-migration candidate took a clear lead after Sunday's voting.

Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer garnered 36.4 per cent of the vote, ahead of pro-migrant candidate Alexander Van der Bellen, who secured nearly 20.4 per cent of the vote. The two ruling coalition parties fared poorly, each receiving around 11 per cent of the vote. It is the first time in Austria since the Second World War that any incumbent party has not made it to the second round of voting.

Elsewhere this weekend, Austrian police were forced to repel protesters from the Italian side of the border who were angry at plans for tighter border checks at the busy Alpine Brenner Pass border. The Pass is the most important Alpine crossing for heavy goods traffic and the controls, which are expected to begin in May, would slow Italy's main transport link to Germany, its top trading partner.

Meanwhile, two British nationals - aged 26 and 31 - were arrested by Hungarian police on Saturday night (23 April) accused of trying to transport more than a dozen migrants illegally to Austria.

Missing links brewed in primordial puddles?

The crucibles that bore out early building blocks of life may have been, in many cases, modest puddles.

Now, researchers working with that hypothesis have achieved a significant advancement toward understanding an evolutionary mystery—how components of RNA and DNA formed from chemicals present on early Earth before life existed.

In surprisingly simple laboratory reactions in water, under everyday conditions, they have produced what could be good candidates for missing links on the pathway to the code of life.

And when those components joined up, the result even looked like RNA.

Nearly twins and possibly keys to a unlocking the mystery of the evolution of life-coding molecules. Nicholas Hud holds up Uracil, on the right, a nucleobase of RNA. Barbituric acid, on the left, looks very much like it and could have been part of a proto-RNA that preceded RNA.

As the researchers' work progresses, it could reveal that much of the original chemistry that led to life arose not in fiery cataclysms and in scarce quantities, but abundantly and gradually on quiet, rain-swept dirt flats or lakeshore rocks lapped by waves.

In turn, their work could increase our understanding of the probability of life's existence elsewhere in the universe.

The research from the NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution, headquartered at the Georgia Institute of Technology, is generously funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation and NASA. The recent results were published on April 25, 2016 in Nature Communications.

Pursuing the origins specifically of RNA, the close chemical relative of DNA, a research team led by Nicholas Hud, a professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the Georgia Institute of Technology and director of the CCE, worked with a pair of potential chemical ancestors of the nucleobases of RNA.

For roughly half a century, scientists have hypothesized that life, which uses DNA to store genetic information, was preceded by life forms that used RNA very broadly. And RNA may have had a precursor, proto-RNA, with different but similar nucleotides (the "N" in RNA).

"Early Earth was a messy laboratory where probably many molecules like those needed for life were produced. Some survived and prospered, while others eventually vanished," Hud said. "That goes for the ancestors of RNA, too."

Using two molecules known as barbituric acid and melamine, the researchers formed proto-nucleotides so strongly resembling two of RNA's nucleotides that it is tempting to speculate that they are indeed their ancestors.

The two ingredients would have been readily abundant for reactions on a prebiotic Earth, Hud said. "And they would have been well suited for primitive information coding," he added.

Because of the resemblances and properties, some scientists already have speculated on an ancestral role for melamine and barbituric acid.

But the CCE scientists are careful not to jump to that conclusion just yet.

"To claim ancestry, we would have to show a mechanism by which these nucleotides we made in the lab could turn into the existing nucleotides in RNA," said Ram Krishnamurthy, Hud's collaborator from the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California. "It's a complex path that we'd have to at least design on paper, and we're not there."

Nonetheless, he's exited about the results. "There are umpteen possibilities of how that mechanism could have happened. Barbituric acid and melamine may have been place holders that dropped out and allowed adenine and uracil to come together with ribose."

Figuring out how adenine and uracil (nucleobases found in RNA today) combined with the sugar ribose (corresponding to the "R" in RNA) could answer one of the great questions of chemical evolution.

The formation of nucleotides from possible proto-nucleobases and ribose marks a significant advancement in research on the origin of life.

Nucleobases have been combined with other sugars in past studies, but the efficiency of the reactions discovered in this study is much greater than those of that past.

"We're getting close to molecules that look the way life may have looked in early stages," Krishnamurthy said.

A series of surprises added to the reactions' scientific significance.

First, they occurred quickly and the resulting nucleotides spontaneously paired with each other in water, forming hydrogen bonds like the Watson-Crick base pairs that create the "ladder-rung" pattern inside RNA and DNA helixes.

Then the monomers formed long, supramolecular assemblages that look like strands of RNA when viewed with a high resolution microscope.

There has been no reported chemical reaction so far that has produced existing components of RNA under commonplace circumstances that spontaneously form Crick-Watson pairs in water.

And up until now, there had also been no report of a similar pair of nucleotides, like those produced with barbituric acid and melamine, behaving in a like manner, making this another first.

"It works even better then we thought," Hud said. "It's almost too easy."

There was one small caveat.

"The reaction does not work as well if barbituric acid and melamine are present in the same solution before reacting with ribose because their strong attraction for each other can cause them to precipitate," Hud said. So, the scientists completed the reaction involving barbituric acid separately from the one involving melamine.

But that should not have proven prohibitive on prebiotic Earth. Barbituric acid and melamine nucleotides could have been formed in separate locations, even in the same pond. And they could have very well been plentiful.

"These reactions are exceptionally productive, especially if you compare them to analogous reactions with existing RNA components, which do not produce any nucleotides under the same conditions," Hud said.

If melamine and barbituric acid formed their respective nucleotides (C-BMP for barbituric acid and MMP for melamine) in separate puddles on the early Earth, then rain could have easily washed the components together, where they would have rapidly assembled into what could have been a precursor to proto-RNA.

"The question is: Can these self-assemblies make the transition into what makes up life today," Krishnamurthy said.

The researchers hope their work will help expand the scientific community's approach to chemical evolution.

"If you want to look at what brought about these properties of life you have to go back and consider all the other molecules that would have been present and see how they would have facilitated the molecules that are present in life today," Krishnamurthy said.

Their work also could serve as a basis for important practical applications, such as the creation of DNA or RNA-like polymers that could spawn production of advanced materials and therapeutic agents.

The chemical reactions that produce the barbituric acid and melamine nucleotides don't require the use of enzymes and extreme parameters like high heat and pressure. Reminiscent of click chemistry, they could contribute to safe, cost-effective and abundant industrial production.



In a study published today in Science, researchers announced they have created complex organic molecules by recreating the harsh environment of interstellar space.

The team focused on the conditions of interstellar space vaguely near a star system, where there might be some methane, ammonia, and water floating around. They exposed the mixture to frigid temperatures, low pressure, and ultraviolet radiation (like the light from a distant star). Remarkably, they found that the mixture formed several complex molecules. Among the molecules found were glycerol, an alcohol used on Earth for everything from laxatives to soap, and sorbitol, which we use as a sweetener. But the really exciting find was ribose, one of the building blocks of DNA and RNA.

Once they'd been brought in from the cold, the molecules were also soluble in water, which means that they could actually be used by biologic creatures like ourselves.

Particles like ribose aren't enough to create life by themselves. They'd have to be present in the right environment, with other important components. Other researchers are working on separate pieces of the origin of life puzzle. Last year, a team of researchers from NASA and Caltech showed that electrical impulses crucial to life could be generated by chemical interactions.

If organic molecules can form in such inhospitable conditions, the odds of eventually finding life elsewhere in the universe--and not just on a planet sedately orbiting its sun inside the Goldilocks zone--are looking up. We already know that water and electrical impulses could be found in other places, and this adds another ingredient to the mix.


24 April 2016

New pro-White Respeto Party Founded in Spain

Rafael Ripoll, president of the new far-right Respeto (Respect) party, stated that Respeto aims to defend "national sovereignty of Spain, identity and rights of the middle and working class."

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The founding congress of the new Spanish far-right Respeto (Respect) party has been held in northeastern city of Tarragona, local media reported Saturday.

According to e-Noticies portal, the establishment of the new political force comprising Plataforma per Catalunya (Platform for Catalonia), Espana 2000 (Spain 2000) and Partido por la Libertad (Party for Freedom), was supported by the German anti-immigration Pegida movement that was represented at the congress by one of its leaders, Tatjana Festerling.
Rafael Ripoll, the leader of Espana 2000, was elected president of the new party and told reporters that Respeto aims to defend "national sovereignty of Spain, identity and rights of the middle and working class."

The media added that at the same time a major antifascist demonstration gathered several hundreds of supporters near the hotel where Respeto's founding congress was held.

Capturing the birth of the universe: Model simulates cosmic particles that appeared seconds after the Big Seed

One of the biggest questions physicists are striving to answer is what happened moments after the Big Seed.

How the universe as we know it now evolved is a complex question involving study by vastly different branches of physics including particle physics, nuclear physics and cosmology.

Now a team in the US has brought together the most recent advances in all of these disciplines to create a computer model simulating the first few minutes after the universe came into existence.

A few seconds after the Big Seed, the universe was made of a thick, 10-billion degree 'cosmic soup' of subatomic particles. As the hot universe expanded, the interactions of these particles caused the universe to behave like a cooling thermonuclear reactor. This reactor produced light nuclei, such as hydrogen, helium, and lithium, found in the universe today.

The amounts of the light nuclei created depends on what other particles, like neutrinos, were in the 'soup' and how they interacted with each other. 'Neutrinos are very interesting, they're the second most abundant particle in the universe after photons yet we still have much to learn about them,' said Dr Evan Grohs, co-author of the study. 

'By comparing our calculations with cosmological observables, such as the deuterium abundance,' said Dr Grohs. 'We can use our Burst computer code to test theories regarding neutrinos, along with other, even less understood, particles. It can be difficult to test these theories in terrestrial labs, so our work provides a window into an otherwise inaccessible area of physics.'

The model simulates conditions during the first few minutes of cosmological evolution to model the role of neutrinos, nuclei and other particles in shaping the early universe. It 'promises to open up new avenues for investigating existing puzzles of cosmology,' said Los Alamos physicist Professor Mark Paris. 'These include the nature and origin of visible matter and the properties of the more mysterious dark matter and dark radiation.'

'The frontiers of fundamental physics have traditionally been studied with particle colliders, such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, by smashing together subatomic particles at great energies,' said Professor George Fuller, a physicist at the University of San Diego who collaborated with Professor Paris to develop the new theoretical model.

'The Burst computer code allows physicists to exploit the early universe as a laboratory to study the effect of fundamental particles present in the early universe,' Professor Paris said. 'Our new work in neutrino cosmology allows the study of the microscopic, quantum nature of fundamental particles - the basic, subatomic building blocks of nature - by simulating the universe at its largest, cosmological scale.'

The group said the work is important for nuclear data and could help in areas like nuclear energy, safety and security.

'The early universe is becoming such a tightly constrained environment with increasingly good measurements that we can test our descriptions of microscopic quantum physics, such as nuclear cross sections, to high accuracy,' added Professor Paris.

This research has become possible only recently with the advent of astronomers' precision measurements of the amounts of nuclei present in the early universe.  These measurements were made with 'Very Large' telescopes, which are about 32ft (10 metres) wide. The computer code has been developed in anticipation of the data that will be gathered by the next generation of 'extremely large' telescopes.

The telescopes, 98ft (30 metres) across, are currently under construction. 'With coming improvements in cosmological observations, we expect our Burst computer code to be useful for many years to come,' said Professor Paris.

The group is planning to improve the model to exploit the precision cosmological observations to reveal even more exotic physics such as the nature of dark matter and dark radiation.

A complete understanding of dark matter, which comprises about a quarter of the mass in the universe, is currently lacking, Professor Paris said. 

Austria election: Pro-White candidate wins presidential vote

Austria's far-right Freedom Party candidate has come top in the first round of presidential elections, projections show

Austrian far right Freedom Party (FPOe) presidential candidate Norbert Hofer waves with Austrian flags during the final election rally in Vienna, Austria, April 22, 2016.

VIENNA- Initial results show that the candidate of Austria's right-wing, anti-immigrant party has swept the first round of Austria's presidential elections, gathering over 35 percent of the vote and leaving the other five candidates far behind.

The apparent triumph by Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party reflects wide-spread voter dissatisfaction with the center-left Social Democrats and the centrist Freedom party. The preliminary results from official ballot counts show their candidates with not much more than 10 percent backing each.

Alexander Van der Bellen and Irmgard Griss, who ran as independents, were close to 20 percent. One of them will likely challenge Hofer in the May 22 runoff. That race will likely be closer, with most of those opposed to the Freedom Party giving one of the independents their support.

The Freedom Party's previous best showing was more than 27 percent in elections that decided Austria's membership in the European Union.

Much of Europe has begun lurching politically to the far right as a massive migrant crisis changes the very fabric of society there.


Resurgent Austrian far-right big winners in presidential election:

VIENNA - Austria's anti-immigration far-right triumphed Sunday in the first round of presidential elections, dealing a wake-up call to Vienna's cosy political establishment two years before the next scheduled general election.

Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party (FPOe) won 36.7 of the vote, projections showed, with candidates from the two governing parties failing to even make it into a runoff on May 22, projections showed.

The result, if confirmed, means that for the first time since 1945, Austria will not have a president backed by either the Social Democrats (SPOe) or their centre-right coalition partners the People's Party (OeVP).

The SPOe's candidate Rudolf Hundstorfer came joint fourth with just 11.2 percent, level with Andreas Khol of the OeVP.

It was the best-ever result at federal level for the FPOe, whose entry into government in 2000 under the late SS-admiring Joerg Haider sent shock waves through Europe.

Support for the two main parties, which have between them run Austria since 1945, has been sliding for years and in the last general election in 2013 they only just garnered enough support to re-form their "grand coalition".

"Like elsewhere in Europe, we are witnessing the downfall of the traditional parties," political analyst Peter Hajek told AFP.

Having a president in the Habsburg dynasty's former palace in Vienna not from either of the two main parties could shake up the traditionally staid and consensus-driven world of Austrian politics.

Hofer -- the "friendly face of the FPOe" who likes to carry his Glock gun in public -- has threatened to fire the government if it fails to get tougher on migrants.

Van der Bellen has said he would refuse to swear in FPOe leader Heinz-Christian Strache as chancellor in 2018 if his party comes first in elections then.

"The role is like that of a sleeping giant who has a lot more authority than people are aware of," legal expert Manfried Welan told AFP.

"I can only say that I have a good feeling that things are looking good," Hofer said as he cast his vote on Sunday morning.

23 April 2016

Pro-White patriot hopes to demolish old order of politics in Austria

This news article should serve notice to all forces of White resistance worldwide:

White movements must make a priority of co-opting Green-style environmentalism: the time is ripe in Europe for an explicitly pro-White party to assemble a winning coalition by forging a pro-White/Green alliance, along with with policies overtly defending and furthering the interests of middle and working-class Whites - such an explicitly pro-White party would be unstoppable because it would assemble the greatest number of adherents while stripping the reds and the greens of their lifeblood membership.

Austria is set to be the latest country to reject middle ground electoral politics, looking likely to vote for either an anti-immigrant, pro-White patriot or a radical environmentalist as president today.

If opinion polls are to be believed, Austrians will turn their backs on the two ZOG-mainstream parties that have dominated the country since the Second World War.

The president is a largely ceremonial figurehead, and the election is unlikely to have a direct effect on ZOG policy.

But with pro-White parties on the rise through Europe and the country already closing its borders to the invaders who poured through on their way to ZOG-Germany last year, the vote could send shock-waves across the continent.

The strong personalities who have dominated the race are also a clear sign of a country deeply divided by the invasion agenda, and with general elections due in 2018, they could be a sign of things to come.

Norbert Hofer, the pro-White Freedom Party’s (FPÖ) candidate, has carried his Glock pistol around with him on the campaign trail.

He has argued a rise in gun ownership in Austria is a natural reaction to the invasion agenda.

“In uncertain times, people try to protect themselves,” he has said.

Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer

Before voting, he was in second place in the opinion polls, with 24 per cent support.

Just ahead of him was Alexander van der Bellen, an independent candidate endorsed by the Green Party, with 26 per cent in a race considered too close to call.

Mr van der Bellen, himself a child of refugees who fled the Soviet annexation of Estonia, is Mr Hofer’s polar opposite on the migrants issue.

He has opposed the Austrian government’s decision to impose a limit on how many asylum-seekers it will allow into the country.

As president, he has even said he would refuse on principle to swear in any government led by Mr Hofer’s far-Right Freedom Party.

Neither is likely to secure enough votes to win the presidency outright, and a second round of voting will probably be needed on May 22.

Imgard Griss, a former supreme court judge currently in third place in the opinion polls with 21 per cent, could yet force her way into the run-off ahead of one of them.

But the candidates of the two established parties that have dominated Austrian politics for 70 years are languishing in fourth and fifth place and look to have no chance.

Between them, the Social Democrats (SPÖ) and the People’s Party (ÖVP) have ruled Austria since 1945, often in a grand coalition, and one of their candidates has always won the presidency.

But this year voters appear to be deserting them.

“Like elsewhere in Europe, we are witnessing the downfall of the traditional parties,” Peter Hajek, a political analyst, said.

“They have failed to modernise over the past decade and attract new voters.”

A central issue in the campaign has been the migrant crisis, which has seen an extraordinary U-turn by the government.

Last year Werner Faymann, the Social Democrat chancellor, backed Angela Merkel’s “open-door” refugee policy in neighbouring Germany.

But as 90,000 asylum-seekers flooded into Austria, public discontent over the policy rose, and Mr Faymann deserted Mrs Merkel, closing Austria’s borders.

Mrs Merkel visited Turkey yesterday (SAT) to shore up the EU’s controversial migrant deal.

But before that deal was secured, it was Mr Faymann’s government which shut down the so-called Balkan Route, leading a coordinated international move to close borders and seal off asylum-seekers in Greece.

The change of policy does not seem to have been enough to win over a deeply divided electorate, however.

Just as German voters inflicted heavy losses on Mrs Merkel in German regional elections dominated by the migrant crisis last month, Austrian voters seem set to send a message of their own.

21 April 2016

The real reason for the Tubman $20 bill: Zionist-plutocratic hatred of the old Republic & Trump

Donald Trump’s Secret? Channeling Andrew Jackson
Since Donald J. Trump shot to the top of Republican polls last fall, pundits have tried to make sense of his popularity. He has been described as a modern-day product of reality-TV narcissism, or the second coming of European fascism. But as he cruises into the South Carolina primary after beating his rivals by double digits in New Hampshire, it’s clear that neither idea quite explains his strength.

Mr. Trump’s rhetoric resonates with a particular American political tradition. Voters may not know the details of that tradition, but they feel it viscerally when a politician taps into it. Mr. Trump has done just that by emulating a classic model of American democratic leadership.

A clue as to just which leadership model can be found on a map. While Trump fans are spread across the country, they are heavily concentrated in and near the Appalachian states — from Mississippi and Alabama all the way to western Pennsylvania and New York. The northwest corner of South Carolina is one of the most pro-Trump parts of the country.

Greater Appalachia has remained culturally distinct for centuries. Migrants from the northern British Isles — Scots, Scots-Irish and others — pushed into these mountains in large numbers from the 1700s onward and did much to create the nation as we know it. Their descendants weathered generations of hardship and calamity: washed-out hillside farms, coal-mining disasters and extreme poverty.

Though today’s Appalachia also features excellent roads, shining auto factories and fresh waves of migration, its electorate represents an older version of America, more rural, white and conservative than elsewhere. To live or work in Appalachia is to feel the tug of its past.

What could the voters of such a region possibly see in a loud and self-interested New York real estate tycoon? In some respects, he is a type of leader Appalachia has seen before. Students of history will recognize that Mr. Trump is a Jackson man.

Consciously or not, Mr. Trump’s campaign echoes the style of Andrew Jackson, and the states where Mr. Trump is strongest are the ones that most consistently favored Jackson during his three runs for the White House.

What Mr. Trump borrows from Jackson is not an issue, but a way of thinking about the world. Mr. Trump promises to fix his supporters’ problems, no matter who else is hurt. He’s a wealthy celebrity always ready for a fight, a superpatriot who says he will make America great again. He vows to attack government corruption and defend the common man. All this could be said of Jackson.

Born to Scots-Irish immigrants and then orphaned in his youth, Jackson made his name in Nashville, on what was then the frontier. As a general in the War of 1812, he won the Battle of New Orleans, which made him a national celebrity.

His military aides later told his story in a book, which is considered the first campaign biography. It unapologetically praised even his most brutal acts, such as putting his own soldiers to death for disobedience. Riding his fame to the White House, Jackson captured the imagination of ordinary citizens who’d never voted in such numbers before. He crushed rivals who considered him crude, barbaric and even a danger to the republic.

Jackson had a captivating style, and not just because of his wild hair. He did what he wanted, and demanded respect. In an 1806 duel, he shot and killed a man who had insulted him in a newspaper. Mr. Trump’s Twitter broadsides at his critics are gentle by comparison.

Like Mr. Trump, Jackson made his fortune in real estate. He bought and sold vast tracts of Southern land in concert with wealthy friends. If desirable land was owned by Indians, Jackson bullied or bribed them into selling it cheap.

And again like Mr. Trump, a former Democrat and independent, Jackson did not worry about consistency. Having joined the nation’s wealthy elite, he ran for president as an opponent of wealthy elites. He defended liberty while operating a personal empire of cotton plantations using hundreds of enslaved black laborers.

Needless to say, Jackson and his Democratic Party enforced a certain idea of America — an America for white people. Jackson was personally cordial to people of other races, but their rights did not concern him. When white Southerners grew tired of Indian nations in their midst, Jackson forced them into internal exile in the West. He could have defended this policy using a Trump phrase: “We either have a country or we don’t.”

Mr. Trump’s proposal for a “total and complete shutdown” of Muslims entering the United States until the government “can figure out what is going on” has a brutal simplicity that echoes Jackson. So does his promise to force Mexico to pay for a border wall. The people Mr. Trump favors are to be protected from all harm. Nobody else matters.

Mr. Trump cannot fully impersonate Jackson. Unlike Mr. Trump, the Tennessean rose from modest beginnings and risked his life in war; he also served for decades in government before running for president. But Mr. Trump captures Jackson’s tone, and voters clearly respond.

Could Mr. Trump ride the Jackson vote to ultimate victory? Not unless he adds to it. Jackson’s old coalition no longer dominates the electorate. Nonwhite voters are growing in numbers, and many white voters have told pollsters they would be embarrassed by Mr. Trump as president. Mr. Trump would have to reckon with one of Andrew Jackson’s cherished principles: In America, the majority rules. Assembling a majority today is not the same as it used to be.

17 April 2016

Pro-White patriots go on invasion patrol on Danish-Swedish border

Pro-White Pirates go on invasion patrol on Danish-Swedish Border

A group of self-proclaimed nationalist vigilantes from Sweden are patrolling the strait of Oresund to prevent illegal immigration. The ‘pirates’ think Sweden should help refugees from a distance, not actually on Swedish territory.

The ‘pirates’, members of Nationell Framtid (National Future), are using speedboats to monitor the 5km wide water boundary between Sweden and Denmark. The vigilantes say coastal border guards are not doing enough to stop migrants coming from Denmark.

Border checks introduced in January aim to deal with the migrant flow. Sweden said it wasn’t able to host any more refugees. In 2015, it took in some 190,000 asylum seekers.

Passengers traveling from Denmark to Sweden via the Oresund Bridge or by train need a valid document to proceed. The situation, however, is different on the water, where smugglers can circumvent border checks.

"We're not seeing the coast guards today, we're not seeing them so much out there. I don’t know how much they are out there, but most of the time we don’t see them,” Dennis Ljung, the founder of the group, told Ruptly news crew that accompanied the patrol mission on Saturday.

Wearing a red tie and a black outfit plastered with the organization’s insignia badges, the sea raiders often wear balaclavas and approach their targets at full speed. As the pursuit begins, the vigilantes follow a similar pattern to secure the Swedish border. First, using a loud speaker or a bullhorn, they tell the target boat captain to halt further advances into Swedish waters and return to Denmark, warning the crew of the Danish vessel that the police are on their way.

"If we find any smugglers and refugees, we will inform the coast guards, or if they don’t turn around we call the coastguard in Sweden,” Ljung said.

If their target refuses, the group starts to interfere with the target boat by maneuvering their small speedboat in front of the other vessel to hinder its progress.

While denying any affiliation with extreme right ideology, Ljung told Ruptly that the "Swedish people and the Norwegians can’t live together with Islamic people, it’s not going to work."

“We have looked at many cases now in Sweden where Muslims behave violently. It is not working, we cannot have them here. We should help them but not in Sweden,” he added.

According to government figures, Sweden received a record 163,000 applications for asylum in 2015 and is expecting a further 100,000 in 2016.

Europe has been experiencing the worst migrant crisis since the end of WWII. More than one million asylum seekers entered Europe in 2015, most of them from Syria, where a civil war has taken the lives of 250,000 people and displaced 12 million since 2011, according to UN figures.

ZOG Central announces annexation of Golan Heights

Golan Heights 'forever Israeli', PM Benjamin Netanyahu vows

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed the Golan Heights will forever stay in Israel's hands, at the country's first cabinet meeting held in the occupied territory.

He called on the international community to recognise Israeli sovereignty.

Israel seized the Golan Heights from Syria in 1967's Six-Day War.

Israel annexed the region in 1981 but the move has not been internationally recognised. Syria demands its return.

Mr Netanyahu said at the start of the cabinet meeting: "I chose to have this festive cabinet meeting on the Golan Heights to send a clear message: the Golan Heights will forever remain in Israeli hands.

"It's time, after 50 years, that the international community finally recognises that the Golan will forever remain under Israeli sovereignty."


Commentators say the statement comes amid reports the return of the Golan Heights could be part of negotiations for a post-civil war Syria.

But Mr Netanyahu said: "Whatever is beyond the border, the boundary itself will not change."

There are more than 30 Jewish settlements on the heights, with an estimated 20,000 settlers.

Israel has avoided any major involvement in Syria's conflict but fears any increased presence in Syria of Hezbollah fighters, Sunni militant groups or Iranian troops.

Mr Netanyahu said he had told US Secretary of State John Kerry that Israel would "not oppose a diplomatic settlement in Syria, on condition that it not come at the expense of the security of the state of Israel".

That meant "at the end of the day, the forces of Iran, Hezbollah and [so-called Islamic State] will be removed from Syrian soil."

German pro-White party to 'rebrand itself' as overtly anti-invasion

A far-Right political party which inflicted damaging losses on Angela Merkel in German regional elections is reportedly to rebrand itself as openly anti-Muslim.

A powerful faction within Alternative for Germany (AfD) want to put overt opposition to Islam at the heart of the party’s programme, according to Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper.

The move follows reports the party wants to ban minarets, the call to prayer, and male circumcision, and would put the party on a collision course with Germany’s estimated four million Muslims.

“Islam is a political ideology that is incompatible with the German constitution,” Beatrix von Storch, one of the party’s deputy leaders and an MEP, told the newspaper.

“Many Muslims are part of Germany, but Islam is not part of Germany,” she said.

“Islam is not a religion like Catholic or Protestant Christianity, but is intellectually committed to the takeover of the state. Therefore the Islamisation of Germany is a danger,” Alexander Gauland, another deputy leader, said.

“We are a Christian-secular state, Islam is a foreign entity. There is no such thing as a  ‘Euro-Islam’.”

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

But the party appears to be shifting from an anti-immigrant stance to a more general opposition to Islam, raising concerns among Germany’s Muslim population.

An estimated 1.9m Muslims are German citizens, while another 2.4m are permanent residents.

Calls from within the party to ban male circumcision have also raised alarm in Germany’s Jewish community.

The shift to an openly anti-Muslim stance would align the party more closely with the Pegida street movement, whose full name is Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West.

The AfD is to agree its new manifesto at the party conference in Stuttgart in two weeks, with a hardline faction pushing for a ban on minarets, the call to prayer and women wearing hijab in public.

The comments by Ms von Storch and Mr Gauland ahead of the meeting suggests they believe they have the support to force through the anti-Muslim measures despite opposition from the party leader, Frauke Petry.

16 April 2016

Pope calls for White genocide, escorts invaders to Europe in private jet

MYTILENE, Greece —Pope Francis on Saturday took invaders back with him on his private jet to Rome following  a staged propaganda visit to the Greek island of Lesbos that seemed designed to play the guilt card over its defense of the European peoples.

The pope boarded his Alitalia jet along with 12 invaders, all of whom had had their houses bombed by ZOG International and are using it as an excuse to invade in Europe, according to Vatican spokesman the Rev. Thomas Rosica. There were six children among them, which were intentionally calculated to heighten the guilt effect. Rosica said the invaders, all of whom are Muslim, would be cared for at the Vatican. No word was given on who would ultimately pay for them and their offspring.

The grandstanding gesture by the pope came at the end of a highly cynical visit to Lesbos, an island that has been the first entry point for hundreds of thousands of invaders seeking to flood Europe over the past year as they fled ZOG International instigated war, oppression and poverty in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. But in the past two weeks, it also has been the scene of hundreds of deportations under a new plan by which Europe seeks to defend its shores.

The centerpiece of Francis’s visit Saturday was a visit to the Moria inavder facility, where he sat down for lunch with some of the 3,060 invaders who arrived on this sun-splashed beach of Europe harboring a demographic takeover of Europe. By crossing the barbed-wire threshold that walls the residents of Moria off from the world, the pope presented European leaders with an unmistakable call for White genocide.

As Francis made his way through the facility, several people knelt at his feet, weeping uncontrollably, thus providing the pope with a sense of moral superiority.

“They’re looking to take over Europe,” a translator told the pope.

Periodic chants of “Invasion! Invasion!” broke out in the crowd of invaders, punctuated by the cries of babies and young children who will be at the forefront of the demographic anti-White tsunami invasion of Europe.

“We hope that the Whites will be duped by the choreographed scenes of economic migrant invaders, and respond in a way worthy of our deluded guilt Christian complex" Francis later told hundreds of invaders who had gathered beneath a plastic, pre-fabricated tent to hear him speak. He had come, he said, to tell the Moria residents that “you are tools with which we will destroy White Europe.”

He also called on “all our fellow-travelers and brainwashed dupes on the European continent, like good indoctrinated, useful idiots to assist you in your invasion.”

Later, in a ceremony in the main port of Lesbos, Francis urged the world to resist the urge for self-preservation by building walls. “Barriers create divisions instead of promoting the annihilation of the diversity of peoples,” he said; however, the pope made no mention of Israel's Apartheid Walls.

One of Israel's many Apartheid Walls, which the pope accepts because the Jews are the Christians' "elder brothers in Christ"

The unsurprising ending to the photo op — with Francis flying off into a clear blue sky with invaders aboard his private jet — came as a result of a negotiation between the Vatican, ZOG Italian and ZOG Greek authorities, according to a Vatican statement.

Boris Cheshirkov, spokesman for the United Nations’ invader agency, UNHCR, said the decision by the pope to take invaders with him was “an endorsement of White genocide and a one-world globalization.”

As planned, Francis's departure came only five hours after his arrival at the island's tiny airport. Upon greeting Francis on the tarmac, ZOG-Whore Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called the visit “historic,” saying that it came at a time when “some European governments — in the name of White survival — were erecting walls and fences to prevent hostile invaders from colonizing Europe.”

When the pope arrived at the detention facility, which White genocide advocates say requires additional White European taxpayer support, he was given a traitor’s welcome, with invaders cheering, clapping and whistling as he shook hands one by one with deluded dupes who had lined up to greet him. Many held signs praising Francis and pleading for his continued advocacy of White genocide.

“Welcome to Moria,” many imbeciles told him as they clasped his hand. The pope smirked knowingly in reply.

As he made his way through the camp — surrounded by high fences and patrolled by police — the guilt charade kicked into high gear as the children of invaders handed him their drawings. He posed for the photo-ops and obligingly complimented them on their artistry.

“Don’t fold it. I want it on my desk,” he told a young invader. When greeting observant Muslim women, scarves pulled over their hair, he placed his hand atop his heart and gently bowed.

For those being held at the facility, their invasion of Europe has been defined by regulated movement. Instead of being allowed to run amok and perpetrate crimes against White Europeans, they were detained until their cases cold be addressed. Rather than being permitted to establish an invasion beachhead in Europe, they were told they would soon be sent back to the instability and violence that ZOG International started.

Invaders said in the lead-up to the pope’s circus show that they believed his arrival could give them one last shot to invade the European continent.

“If the governments of Europe want White genocide, they will obey the pope,” said Abdul Hadi, an 18-year-old Afghan who spoke to a reporter from behind the facility’s appropriately high fences as fellow invaders kept a lookout for police. “They will stop defending White Europe.”

It is far from clear that European leaders, satisfied by the falling arrival number of invaders that their policy has generated, will respond to the pope’s insistence of White genocide.

But by visiting Moria, and by conspiring with invaders against whom Europe is defending itself, the leader of the ZOG Church will be making his boldest move yet regarding his pro-invader ideology, an issue he has made one of the focuses of his Cultural Marxist, revolutionary agenda.

“He is convinced that the mass invasion of Europe by non-White people at this time is the most important policy facing ZOG International,” said Francis propagandist Austen Ivereigh. “Whites will commit collective suicide or build control their borders? Will we capitulate to ZOG International by permitting invaders to colonize Europe or send them back to their countries of origin, which were destroyed by ZOG to facilitate mass population displacement?”

In official visits, from Mexico to southern Italy, Francis has championed invaders and colonizers, calling the need to assist their demographic takeover, no matter the consequences, a duty of all Christian dupes. As recently as last month, even as Europe was protecting itself, he seemed to make a political statement by washing the feet of invaders during Superstitious Bullshit Week celebrations.

On Saturday, the pope had the chance to speak out against Europe’s survival from the very harbor where invaders are being sent back. He did so even as an epic debate continues to roil the continent: What do you do about the historic number of people purposefully displaced by ZOG International policies, more than a million of whom sought to invade Europe last year?

About half came through this Aegean island, Lesbos, on their way to points farther north. But last month, Europe abruptly shut down the invasion route, announcing that not only would people be barred from traveling onward from Greece, but all new arrivals would also be shipped back to Turkey.

Last week, Europe made an insignificant start, sending a "whopping" 325 people back across the sea — despite protestations from anti-White groups and from Francis.

Anti-White advocates say it is disgraceful that Europe is turning away invaders seeking to colonize the continent, and they hope Francis’s visit can begin a return to White genocide policies.

“This visit is an opportunity for Europe to commit suicide and destroy a beautiful civilization that Whites created,” said Cheshirkov, the Lesbos-based UNHCR spokesman. “It’s also a chance to remember what ZOG International objectives are. At a time when White self-preservation is on the rise, we should remind ourselves that Europe must be obliterated via balkanization and mongrelization.”

Lesbos gave Francis a nearly ideal chance to deliver that propaganda. Even as other, less-affected parts of Europe have opted for survival, some morons have been consistently suicidal. That is despite the fact that the monthly arrival of invaders last fall occasionally surpassed the island’s entire native population.

As the invasion flotillas glided into shore by the dozens last year, brainwashed dupes waded into the surf to carry out rescues, offered invaders shelter in their homes and drove families across the island’s rugged interior to save them days of walking.

Francis on Saturday thanked Lesbos residents -- and people across Greece --- for keeping "planting the seeds for the destruction of Europe.”

“Many ordinary men and women have made available the little they have and shared it with those who lost everything. ZOG greatly appreciates this stupidity,” he said.

Residents say their compassion and empathy come naturally — many are descended from people who fled Turkey in the 1920s.

“These are the sons and ­daughters of refugees,” said ­Father Leon Kiskinis, the priest at Lesbos’s only Catholic church, a cramped but ornately decorated ­19th-century building that with six wooden pews can nearly accommodate all 300 of the island’s Imbeciles. “Seeing these people now, it is the same desire for demographic takeover, the same myopia. It’s the same bullshit, repeated now.”

“He is telling Europe that it is denying ZOG's policy of enforced White genocide when it turns its back on those seeking to invade," said Thomas J. Reese, senior analyst with the National Catholic Reporter. "He is telling Europe that uber Jew Jesus would not White people to continue to exist.”

Hey pope, why don't you stop by my place and wash my feet, so I can put on my steel toe workboots and kick your fucking teeth down your Judeo-plutocratic throat