Labour MP who threatened to hit journalist in the face with a bat is order to apologise

A former Labour frontbencher who threatened to hit a journalist in the face with a bat after her son was convicted for drugs offences has been ordered to issue an apology to Parliament.

Kate Osamor, who was forced to step down as shadow international development secretary over the controversy, was on Thursday reprimanded for several breaches of the MPs’ code of conduct.

It comes two years after Ms Osamor verbally abused a reporter who approached her at home to ask her about her involvement in the sentencing of her son for drugs possession and intent to supply.

Source: Telegraph

Top Jewish Scholar Admits Hitler Launched WWII To Stop ‘World Jewry’ From ‘Annihilating Germany’

According to nonagenerian Yehuda Bauer, one of the foremost jewish ‘Holocaust’ scholars, Adolf Hitler’s launching of World War II to prevent ‘world Jewry’ from ‘physically annihilating the German nation’ was an act of ‘anti-Semitism’


“In other words, it was ‘wrong’ for Hitler to defend Germany against ‘world Jewry’ and its Bolshevik takeover and destruction of the German nation.  Any opposition to Jewish Power is, by official definition, ‘antisemitism’.”

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Norwegian warship accident raises questions on women in armed forces

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A multi-million dollar warship under the NATO command was entirely submerged after it struck an oil tanker in the early hours of November 8 in a Norwegian fjord.

The KNM Helge Ingstad, dubbed as ‘unsinkable’, collided with a Malta oil tanker Sola TS. A 10-metre-long gash was torn into the side of the warship, which is one of the five in Norway’s navy. The tanker, however, is said to be unharmed.

The efforts to rescue the ship, which ran aground on underwater rocks, were foiled after the cables, attached to hold the frigate in place to prevent it from sinking, snapped. Now all that remains above the waterline is the frigate’s top, antennas and radar.

The warship was on its way home to Haakonsvern naval base after travelling around the fjords for navigation training.

Questions remain as to why the well-equipped warship could not avoid hitting the slow moving, 62,557 ton, 250-metre-long oil tanker. The KMN Helge Ingstad is one of the five Nansen-class frigates billed as “unsinkable” due to its construction with water-tight zones designed to keep the warship “intact and operable”.

All the crew escaped and only eight of the 137 on board were hurt. According to CNN, a joint Norwegian and Maltese investigation is now underway to try and determine the cause of the collison.

The crash and the subsequent sinking of the frigate has given rise to discussions on gender politics and political correctness in Norway.

Sound recordings and radar logs have revealed crude, almost incomprehensible, human errors made by the crew. According to experienced naval officers, the mistakes make the crew look amateurs. This, too, seems to have supported the claim of sceptics who have wondered about the role of women in armed forces.

In 2016, Norway introduced conscription for women. The Navy received the highest number of women after conscription duties were introduced.

The Norwegian publication Armed Forces had in an article heaped praises on the KNM Helge Ingstad crew in which four out of five navigatos were women. “It is advantageous to have many women on board. It will be a natural thing and a completely different environment, which I look at as positive,” Lieutenant Iselin Emilie Jakobsen Ophus, a navigation officer at the warship, had said.

Norwegian journalist, military expert and political analyst Helge Lurås has suggested that the dramatic incident is closely related to the proportion of women in the Norwegian Armed Forces.

Luras claimed that the inclusion of women in the armed forces has had an effect on its professional culture. He writes that the armed forces prefer to be politically correct by increasing the number of women in the agency. “It is assumed that women make the Armed Forces better. Those who should think otherwise, receive a plain message that their opinions are undesirable,” Lurås wrote.

Luras questioned Navy’s reluctance in giving out the details of the incident as to who were at the helm at the time. He asks whether the Navy’s priority should be spending energy and resources on ‘integration’ and creating a ‘balanced’ work environment or defending the country with the best available resources.

The uninsured frigate has cost the Norwegian Navy its entire annual budget, but the country also lost millions of dollars with several oil and gas fields being temporarily shut down due to the accident.

Source: The Week

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Class and type: Fridtjof Nansen-class frigate
Displacement: 5,290 long tons (5,370 t)
Length: 133.2 m (437 ft 0 in)
Beam: 16.8 m (55 ft 1 in)
Draft: 7.6 m (24 ft 11 in)

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On June 17, 2017, shortly after 1:30 a.m., the USS Fitzgerald, a $1.8 billion destroyer belonging to the 7th Fleet, collided with a giant cargo ship off the coast of Japan. Seven sailors drowned in their sleeping quarters. It was the deadliest naval disaster in four decades.

Barely two months later, it happened again. The USS John S. McCain, its poorly trained crew fumbling with its controls, turned directly in front of a 30,000-ton oil tanker. Ten more sailors died.

Source: ProPublica

Junior officer LTJG Sarah Coppock pleaded guilty to a single criminal charge of “dereliction in the performance of duties through neglect contributing to the deaths” for her role in the collision. Coppock was the officer of the deck when Fitzgerald collided with ACX Crystal.

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Ernst Kupfer

Dr. Ernst Kupfer (2 July 1907 – 6 November 1943), Geschwaderkommodore of Sturzkampfgeschwader 2, Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.


Ernst Kupfer (2 July 1907 – 6 November 1943) was a ground-attack pilot in the Luftwaffe of Germany during World War II who commanded a wing (StG 2) of Stuka aircraft. He was a recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.

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On 1 October 1928, Kupfer joined the military, serving with the Bavarian Cavalry Regiment 17, 5th Escadron. From 1 May 1936 to 3 March 1937, he returned to university in preparation for his Dr. jur. degree (Doctor of Law), which he attained on 4 March 1937.

Kupfer was appointed acting Geschwaderkommodore (Wing Commander) of Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 (StG 2—2nd Dive-Bomber Wing) on 13 February 1943. He led StG 2 in the battles of the Kuban bridgehead and Operation Citadel. In April and May, several other fighter and ground attack groups augmented his command. Following the failure of Operation Citadel in July 1943, he took command of all local ground attack units, named Gefechtsverband “Kupfer” (Combat Detachment “Kupfer”). He flew 636 combat missions and was shot down three times, all by ground fire.

In September 1943, Kupfer was appointed inspector of the attack aircraft (General der Schlachtflieger) and promoted to Oberstleutnant. In this role he handled the procurement of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190, which was to replace the old obsolete Junkers Ju 87 and especially the Henschel Hs 123. For this purpose he flew and visited a number of Schlachtgeschwader (ground attack wings) to meet with the various Geschwaderkommodore (wing commanders). He visited Oberstleutnant Kurt Kuhlmey, commander of Schlachtgeschwader 3, in early November 1943 and was killed when his Heinkel He 111 crashed returning to his base in bad weather on 6 November 1943. His body lay undiscovered until 17 November. He received a posthumous promotion to Oberst (Colonel) and was posthumously awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.



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Hitler, Austria and the Anschluss

Austria-Hungary, ruled by the Hapsburg dynasty, had been Germany’s ally during World War I. In 1919, the victorious powers dismembered this vast, motley empire.

“Post-war Austria became the only part of the former Habsburg realm from which the Entente demanded reparations. Deprived of its industrial base, which fell to Czechoslovakia, Hungary’s agrarian economy and the Danube export market, this was catastrophic for the little country. Discharged soldiers and German-speaking civil servants from the lost provinces returned to the homeland, unable to find work. Unemployment rose to 557,000.”

“The Austrian government had become a dictatorship. In 1931, the country elected Engelbert Dollfuss Bundeskanzler (National Chancellor). He dissolved parliament in 1933, founded the Fatherland Front, and proscribed (forbid) other political parties. Dollfuss established detention camps in September, which corralled members of the Communist & National Socialist parties. Dollfuss reinstituted the death penalty.”

“Hitler scheduled joint plebiscites in Austria & Germany for April 10th, 1938. Both populations decided on whether to incorporate the two countries into a single state. The people of Austria cast 99.73 percent of their ballots in favor of “Anschluss” (unification) with Germany. The Germans voted 99.08 percent for unification.”

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Herman Rosenblat and fabricated “Holocaust” memoirs


Herman A. Rosenblat (c. 1929 – February 5, 2015) was a Polish-born American author, known for writing a fictitious Holocaust memoir titled Angel at the Fence, purporting to tell the true story of a girl who passed him food through the barbed-wire fence at the Schlieben sub-camp of the Buchenwald concentration camp in World War II. The book was planned to be published in 2009 by Berkely Books, but was cancelled after it turned out that many elements of his memoir were fabricated and some were contrary to verifiable historical facts. Rosenblat later admitted to lying on purpose with the intention of bringing joy. 

Before the fabrication became public, the film rights to the book were purchased for $25 million by Harris Salomon of Atlantic Overseas Pictures. Other fans of the story include Oprah Winfrey who has described it as the single greatest love story she heard in over 22 years of hosting her show.

Rosenblat, a Polish Jew, lived in the town of Piotrków Trybunalski before World War II.


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