Reinhold Elstner – A Farewell To The World

Reinhold Elstner, born 1920 in Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia (now in the Czech Republic), was a German Wehrmacht veteran and Diplom Chemist who poured petrol over himself and committed suicide at about 8 pm on April 25, 1995, on the steps of Munich’s historical Feldherrnhalle, in protest against what he called “the ongoing official slander and demonization of the German people and German soldiers 50 years after the end of World War II”. Twelve hours later, on April 26, he died in a Munich hospital.

In a farewell letter, he wrote:

“Fifty years of unrelenting smear campaigns and demonization of an entire people are enough.
Fifty years of incessant insults hurled at German war veterans are enough.
50 years of incredible insults to former German soldiers, of blackmail that costs billions, and of “democratic” hate, are more than one can take.
50 years of judicial Zionist revenge are sufficient.
50 years of trying to create rifts between generations of Germans by criminalizing the fathers and grandfathers are too much.
With my 75 years of age, all I can do is to set a final sign of contemplation with my death in flames. And if only one German comes to consciousness and finds his way to the truth, then my sacrifice will not have been in vain.”

Each year groups from various European countries try to hold a commemorative ceremony for him, which Bavarian authorities try to prevent through state and federal courts.

Danish political party hands out ‘anti-migrant’ spray

Asyl-Spray has been handed out to citizens in Denmark by the nationalist Danskernes Parti.

Asyl-Spray has been handed out to citizens in Denmark by the nationalist Danskernes Parti.

(CNN)A Danish anti-immigration party faces an international backlash after handing out “Asyl-spray” with an aim of protecting citizens against migrant attacks.

The right-wing Danskernes Parti, who consider themselves “National Democrats,” handed out almost 150 of the spray cans on the streets of Haderslev, a port town in the southeast of Denmark on Saturday.
As the use of pepper spray is illegal in Denmark, the party used hair spray instead for their campaign.
Izza Leghtas, a Senior Advocate for Europe at Refugees International, condemned the move as “an appalling act of hostility and xenophobia towards asylum-seekers and refugees.”

Road signs posted in Danish city point migrants back toward Mideast

 

“People who have fled to Europe to escape from war and violence should find the protection they need, and be treated with respect like any other human being. Yet too often, they find closed doors and prejudice. This is the latest, extreme example of that,” she said in a statement to CNN.
Danskernes Parti leader Daniel Carlsen defended the controversial move.
“I cannot see how it is racist. Pepper spray is illegal here so we wanted to figure out a way for Danish people, in particular women, to protect themselves. It’s obviously not the ideal situation. In the long run we want to repatriate the migrants, we want to repatriate non-Westerners in general, that is in the long run. In the short run we want to provide solutions to make life better and safer for the Danish people.”
In recent months immigrants have been blamed for several deadly attacks across Europe, including a Bastille Day attack in Nice, France, that killed 84 people and a suicide bombing in Ansbach, Germany that injured 15.
In a statement about the spray cans, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said it “strongly regrets that this kind of incident is taking place in Denmark against asylum seekers and refugees, people who have already suffered so much.”
The statement went on to say that the UNHCR does not believe that the Danskernes Parti is representative of the Danish people.
“It is a small group that is involved in this incident and only represents a very small fraction of the Danish people and UNHCR is confident that most Danes also strongly condemn this incident.”

Refugee crisis: Why Scandinavian countries are trying to look bad

 

But Carlsen said, “It is a disgrace to Denmark and Europe as a whole that an organisation like this is promoting mass immigration to Europe, and it will destroy Europe. We are not saying that migrants are all rapists, but the problem with mass migration is the mass, and because of the mass it will in time replace the indigenous people of Europe.”
According to their official website, the Danskernes Parti needs some 20,103 signatures to get on the ballot in the next general election.
“We are pretty sure that we will stand in the next election,” said Carlsen, adding that the party has gained 700 signatures in the last two days.

Paul Kersey – Diversity in America: The Death of the Space Program

Something to listen to while working, doing housework or hobby.

Paul Kersey is the author of the blog Stuff Black People Don’t Like, and has published many books on race, multiculturalism, and society, including SBPDL Year One, Hollywood in Blackface, Escape From Detroit, and Whitey on the Moon: Race and the Death of NASA.

We begin by considering how profoundly captivating White America finds spectator sports. Paul argues that, above all else, watching professional sports provides them with a sense of identity, seeing as how they cannot have one based on their heritage. We then talk about the recent outrage over black athletes refusing to stand for the pledge of allegiance; Paul explains that White Americans have not yet realized that the American flag no longer represents their interests, but rather their demise. Later, we discuss Detroit, Selma, and other once-great cities that now lie in ruins after undergoing dramatic demographic shifts. The show also includes a consideration of the American space program, which, as Paul states, is indicative of the heights Whites can reach when they aren’t riddled with guilt and obsessed with equality. We conclude by giving Paul a chance to tell us about his upcoming work.

Guest’s website: http://sbpdl.com

 

Washington Mall Shooter Illegally Voted

Activist group uncovers documentation showing that Arcan Cetin registered and voted in U.S. elections.

A Turkish immigrant accused of shooting up a mall in Washington State on Sept. 24 registered to vote despite not being a citizen and participated in at least three elections, according to a national ballot-integrity organization.

Police have charged Arcan Cetin, 20, with five counts of first-degree premeditated murder in connection with a shooting that left five people dead at the Cascade Mall in Burlington.

“It’s pretty clear-cut. He registered to vote. He voted twice in general elections.”

True the Vote searched records in Cetin’s home county and found only one Arcan Cetin on the voter registration rolls and matched it to his date of birth. That, combined with unnamed Immigration and Customs Enforcement sources telling local media that the defendant was on a citizenship track, indicates that he was illegally registered.

“It’s pretty clear-cut,” said Logan Churchwell, a spokesman for the group. “He registered to vote. He voted twice in general elections.”

Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, said it is possible that Cetin could be a citizen. Under U.S. immigration law, a minor child automatically becomes a citizen when a parent is naturalized. She said ICE records do not alway reflect that, however.

“It causes problems in other parts of the immigration system,” she said.

If Cetin has not yet obtained citizenship, however, it is beyond doubt that he was not permitted to vote. Records show that he registered to vote in 2014, in time to cast a ballot in the midterm election that November. Churchwell said Cetin also voted in a local election the following year and then again during the state’s presidential primary earlier this year. It is impossible to determine whether Cetin voted in the Republican or Democratic primary, but Churchwell said his Twitter feed from last year suggested that he was a Hillary Clinton supporter.

True the Vote has sent letters to the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Washington and the U.S. Election Assistance Commission alerting them of its findings. Churchwell said the penalty for illegal voting, a fine and up to a one-year jail sentence, obviously pales in comparison to the punishment Cetin faces in the murder case. But he said it illustrates vulnerabilities in the U.S. election system.

Under current law, a new voter must swear on the voter registration form under penalty of perjury that he or she is a citizen and eligible to vote. But Churchwell said there is no mechanism for verifying that information.

“That is the only thing that stands between a citizen and non-citizen from registering to vote,” he said.

From time to time, some states have attempted to add safeguards to ensure that only eligible voters are participating in their elections, but they have met stiff resistance from the Justice Department, left-leaning courts, and liberal private advocacy groups. A federal appeals court ruled earlier this month that Alabama, Georgia, and Kansas could not demand proof of citizenship from people registering to vote.

During the 2012 election cycle, Colorado and Florida initially received permission to use federal immigration records to cross-reference the data with voter registration rolls to remove ineligible voters. But the Department of Homeland Security later objected to that, too, on grounds that the records were not reliable.

Churchwell said the result is that states effectively cannot prevent non-citizens from registered to vote on the front end or clean up the rolls after the fact.

“Every time a state has tried to be proactive … they’ve been sued, and those requirements have been held up in the courts,” he said. “It’s an honor system. Anyone who tries to enforce it gets shot down by the DOJ.”

Churchwell said there is no way to determine how widespread ineligible voting is, but he said anecdotes are common enough to suggest they are not isolated cases. He said True the Vote discovered Cetin’s registration because it routinely investigates the possible voting history of any non-citizen involved in a high-profile news story.

“This is the bigger story: We would have never, ever known to look for this person if he had not committed this crime,” he said.

Washington Mall Shooter Illegally Voted

Child sex trafficking gang caged for total of 50 years

 

Four men have been convicted of the rape, trafficking and sexual exploitation of young and vulnerable victims.

Ismai ‘Ishy’ Haji, 39, formerly a taxi driver, of Rotary Close, Dewsbury, his brother, Imran Haji ,36, a shop assistant, of Manor Way, Batley, Ibrahim ‘Iby’ Kola ,36, a factory worker, of School Crescent, Dewsbury and Mohammed ‘Saaj’ Chothia ,39, a factory worker, of Hyrstlands Road, Batley were all jailed at Leeds Crown Court today for offences committed in 2014.

Read more at: http://www.wakefieldexpress.co.uk/news/child-sex-trafficking-gang-caged-for-total-of-50-years-1-8149609

 

MOVE ALONG PEOPLE, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!

 

Mother-of-three, 26, ‘abducted and raped by a gang of six migrants from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain after her drink was spiked’

A mother-of-three has allegedly been drugged and raped by a gang of migrants – sparking violent demonstrations.

The 26-year-old said she woke up in a strange house with cuts and bruises, and believes her drink had been spiked on a night out before she was abducted and sexually assaulted.

Police arrested and bailed six men – aged between 20-30 – from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain over the September 4 attack in Sunderland.

Police arrested and bailed six men from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain over the September 4 incident in Sunderland (stock image of migrants in Calais)

Police arrested and bailed six men from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain over the September 4 incident in Sunderland (stock image of migrants in Calais)

Far-right supporters organised a protest six days in the city after the alleged attack which turned violent.

Those on the march, including members of the Sunderland Defence League, met outside The Ivy Leaf Club at 11am on September 10.

They smashed windows at the terraced house where the woman says she was attacked and clashed with a counter protest, led by members of the Asian community.

Police rushed to control the demonstrations which was attended by dozens protesters.

Two Asian men, unconnected with the alleged rape, were injured and five men, all from Sunderland, were arrested for offences including affray.

Philip Hacker, 38, was charged with affray and possessing a controlled drug; Gary Hutchinson was charged with affray; Sean Ruffell, 25, was charged with affray and possessing an offensive weapon; Darren Kerr, 25, was charged with affray and Kevin Sayers, 30, was charged with disorderly conduct.

Sunderland Central MP Julie Elliott last night called for calm.

Southern Area Command Chief Inspector Paul Milner said: ‘We know the woman had been in Sunderland City Centre on Saturday night before waking up in a strange address in Peel Street with cuts and bruises.

‘She managed to leave the house and get to a family member’s home at around 5am on Sunday morning.

Sunderland Central MP Julie Elliott last night called for calm after police rushed to control the protest which was attended by a larger number of demonstrators than expected

Sunderland Central MP Julie Elliott last night called for calm after police rushed to control the protest which was attended by a larger number of demonstrators than expected

‘The victim believes her drink may have been spiked.

‘This is obviously a very serious incident and something we know the local community will be concerned about and we will have officers on patrol to offer reassurance to anyone who may be concerned and answer any queries they may have.’

The six men are on bail until October 17.

Anyone with information should contact Northumbria Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3806185/Woman-26-abducted-raped-gang-six-migrants-Iraq-Syria-Bahrain-spiked-night-out.html#ixzz4LLxB0n8B
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