Transgenderism is having ‘corrosive impact’ on society: UK think tank

The report highlights the rapid spike in the number of girls hoping to escape their female identities through hormones and surgery.
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Transgender ideology is a recent invention that is having a “corrosive impact” on society, a British think tank has affirmed.

Civitas, the Institute for the Study of Civil Society, published in June a monograph by researcher Joanna Williams, its director of freedom, democracy, and victimhood, titled “The Corrosive Impact of Transgender Ideology.”

“This report explores the social impact of changed understandings of gender and, in particular, the emergence of the idea of transgender,” Williams wrote.

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Merkel reveals she has no regrets over 2015 migrant influx, claims she would let 1 million into Germany again

Merkel reveals she has no regrets over 2015 migrant influx, claims she would let 1 million into Germany again

[Pure evil!]

The politician added that European nations will face similar tough decisions for many years to come. “The subject of migration … is not finished. It will be a constant theme for the 21st century,” she said.

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Germany: Over One Quarter of the Population from ‘Migrant Backgrounds’

People of Turkish descent or who originally came from Turkey were the largest non-German group, making up 13 per cent of the migrant population, with Poles and Russians making up the next largest populations.

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Poland is the country where most immigrants come from in UK, Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and number two in Germany.

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

 

Rastenburg

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Kętrzyn (pronounced KENT-shin [ˈkɛntʂɨn] (About this soundlisten), until 1946 RastemborkGermanRastenburg [ˈʁastn̩bʊʁk] (About this soundlisten)) is a town in northeastern Poland with 27,478 inhabitants (2019). Situated in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship (since 1999), Kętrzyn was previously in Olsztyn Voivodeship (1975–1998). It is the capital of Kętrzyn County. The town was named after historian Wojciech Kętrzyński in 1946, however, both the official Kętrzyn and former Polish name Rastembork are still in use. 

The first settlement was established in 1329 and Rastenburg was granted town rights and privileges in 1357. Over the centuries it was part of the Teutonic State, Poland and East Prussia in Germany. The town is known for the surrounding Masurian Lakeland and numerous monuments of historical value such as the Wolf’s Lair in nearby Gierłoż, where an assassination attempt against Hitler was made in 1944.

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The original inhabitants of the region were the Balt tribe of the Aesti, mentioned by Tacitus in his Germania (AD 98). The town, known in German as Rastenburg and in Polish as Rastembork, was established in 1329 in the State of the Teutonic Knights and was granted town rights in 1357 by Henning Schindekop.

A preserved air raid shelter from World War II in Rastenburg.

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Wolfsschanze (Wolf’s Lair)

Rastenburg and the surrounding district was the scene of the First World War‘s First Battle of the Masurian Lakes and Second Battle of the Masurian Lakes. During the Second World War Adolf Hitler‘s wartime military headquarters, the Wolfsschanze (Wolf’s Lair), was in the forest east of Rastenburg. The bunker was the setting for the failed assassination attempt of the 20 July plot against Hitler.

In 1945, the area suffered devastation from both the retreating Germans and advancing Soviets during the Vistula-Oder campaign. Some ruins of the Wolfsschanze remain. The town was a Wehrmacht garrison town until it was occupied by the Red Army on January 27, 1945. The largely abandoned town was heavily destroyed by the Soviets. 

After the war, the town was transferred to Poland under border changes promulgated at the Potsdam Conference.

Its surviving German residents who had not evacuated were subsequently expelled westward and replaced with Poles, most of whom were themselves expelled from the pre-war Polish Vilnius Region that was annexed by the Soviet Union and given to the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic.

The town was given the historic Polish name Rastembork in 1945, and in 1946 it was renamed to Kętrzyn after the Polish historian Wojciech Kętrzyński. 

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Former bank building

The Führer Headquarters (Führerhauptquartiere in German), abbreviated FHQ, were a number of official headquarters used by the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler and various other German commanders and officials throughout Europe during the Second World War.[1] The last one used, the Führerbunker in Berlin, where Hitler committed suicide on 30 April 1945, is the most widely known headquarters.

Other notable headquarters are the Wolfsschanze (Wolf’s Lair) in East Prussia, where Claus von Stauffenberg in league with other conspirators attempted to assassinate Hitler on 20 July 1944, and Hitler’s private home, the Berghof, at Obersalzberg near Berchtesgaden, where he frequently met with prominent foreign and domestic officials.

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These beautiful buildings and the ground they stands on was stolen by Poland and the Judeo-Slavic people.

Poland is the country where most immigrants come from in UK, Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and number two in Germany.

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

Germany: Over One Quarter of the Population from ‘Migrant Backgrounds’

People of Turkish descent or who originally came from Turkey were the largest non-German group, making up 13 per cent of the migrant population, with Poles and Russians making up the next largest populations.

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Location of German Reich

Germany

Percentage of linguistic minorities of the German Empire in 1900 by Kreis

About 92% of the population spoke German as their first language. The only minority language with a significant number of speakers (5.4%) was Polish (a figure that rises to over 6% when including the related Kashubian and Masurian languages).

The non-German Germanic languages (0.5%), like DanishDutch and Frisian, were located in the north and northwest of the empire, near the borders with Denmark, the NetherlandsBelgium, and LuxembourgLow German was spoken throughout northern Germany and, though linguistically as distinct from High German (Hochdeutsch) as from Dutch and English, is considered “German”, hence also its name. Danish and Frisian were spoken predominantly in the north of the Prussian province of Schleswig-Holstein and Dutch in the western border areas of Prussia (HanoverWestphalia, and the Rhine Province).

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Ordensburg Marienburg

Königsberg Castle

East German Castles and Mansions

Breslau Puppet Theater

Breslau Water Tower

Stolen Land: Breslau

Stolen Land – Oder–Neisse line

The Disappearance of the Eastern Germans

Read about WWII here

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Legacy 

The defeat and aftermath of the First World War and the penalties imposed by the Treaty of Versailles shaped the positive memory of the Empire, especially among Germans who distrusted and despised the Weimar Republic. Conservatives, liberals, socialists, nationalists, Catholics and Protestants all had their own interpretations, which led to a fractious political and social climate in Germany in the aftermath of the empire’s collapse.

Under Bismarck, a united German state had finally been achieved, but it remained a Prussian-dominated state and did not include German Austria as Pan-German nationalists had desired. The influence of Prussian militarism, the Empire’s colonial efforts and its vigorous, competitive industrial prowess all gained it the dislike and envy of other nations. The German Empire enacted a number of progressive reforms, such as Europe’s first social welfare system and freedom of press. There was also a modern system for electing the federal parliament, the Reichstag, in which every adult man had one vote. This enabled the Socialists and the Catholic Centre Party to play considerable roles in the empire’s political life despite the continued hostility of Prussian aristocrats.

The era of the German Empire is well remembered in Germany as one of great cultural and intellectual vigour. Thomas Mann published his novel Buddenbrooks in 1901. Theodor Mommsen received the Nobel prize for literature a year later for his Roman history. Painters like the groups Der Blaue Reiter and Die Brücke made a significant contribution to modern art. The AEG turbine factory in Berlin by Peter Behrens from 1909 was a milestone in classic modern architecture and an outstanding example of emerging functionalism. The social, economic, and scientific successes of this Gründerzeit, or founding epoch, have sometimes led the Wilhelmine era to be regarded as a golden age.

In the field of economics, the “Kaiserzeit” laid the foundation of Germany’s status as one of the world’s leading economic powers. The iron and coal industries of the Ruhr, the Saar and Upper Silesia especially contributed to that process. The first motorcar was built by Karl Benz in 1886. The enormous growth of industrial production and industrial potential also led to a rapid urbanisation of Germany, which turned the Germans into a nation of city dwellers. More than 5 million people left Germany for the United States during the 19th century.

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Reichsbürger

Reichsbürgerbewegung

Germania & The Niederwalddenkmal

Never Forget!

Germany

Nick Sandmann’s Lawyer Goes NUCLEAR On Twitter, Drops MASSIVE Red Pills on the Left

 

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Nick Sandmann’s lawyer, Lin Wood drops goes NUCLEAR on Twitter and drops MASSIVE red pills on the left and critis of Kyle Rittenhouse, an armed citizen who was attacked by leftist mobs for defending people’s property in the Kenosha riots. #FightBack #KyleRittenhouse #FreeKyleRittenhouse

MR. OBVIOUS

Kenosha: All Three Anarchist Rioters Shot Have Violent Criminal Histories

Fake News & Twitter Trying to Paint Kenosha Shooter as White Supremacist

Kenosha: Multiple “Antifa” Rioters Shot After Attempting to Jump Young Man

The Media Are Lying About Kenosha, Too

Nick Sandmann WINS $250 Million Lawsuit Against the Washington Post, 2 Down 6 to Go

CNN Pays Nick Sandman $275 Million After Painting Him Racist

Nick Sandmann: The Truth in 15 Minutes

Jewish Writer: The “Holocaust” Never Happened and Jews Are Destroying White Societies

The Jewish “Holocaust” hoax has spawned many sub-hoaxes, such as the one that inspired this image, supposedly depicting German soldiers throwing living Jewish babies into a flaming pit — very similar to the tales popularized by Jewish fraudster Elie Wiesel.

“Both of my parents and all of my grandparents and ancestors as far back as I can trace my ancestry are Jews. But I do not practice the Jewish religion. The last time I went to a synagogue for a religious service was when my mother passed away in 1994.”

The claim that 6 million Jews died during World War II is wrong. During the war era, that is, including the years shortly before the war and shortly after the war, 5 million Jews went to what is now Israel, and the Jewish population of North America went up from about 4 million to about 6 million. Then, there were Jews who went Brazil, Argentina, Australia and many other nations of the world. This accounts for more than a decrease of 6 million Jews in Europe. After the war, there were still a lot of Jews in what was the USSR. The world Jewish population was estimated to be 15 and a half million circa 1929, but it reached an estimated high of 18 million in 1989, an increase of 16% which would have been impossible if 6 million Jews died in World War II.

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Read about WWII here

Truth Fears No Investigation

Real Revolution

Revolution — real revolution — is more than huffing and puffing, blowing off steam and firing off one’s mouth.

What is revolution?

But what is revolution, in the first place? Is it merely the violent overthrow of an existing political regime? That is nothing more than insurgency. Or, is it something more fundamental?

The answer is that revolution is more than method or process; it is an outcome. It is the radical transformation of society, in which the ideals and values of a new order replace those of an old one. As such, it can be accomplished either violently or through nonviolence. The operative term here is radical change. Revolution is about ends, not means.

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New milestone for composite production

F-35A off the coast of Northwest Florida

SDU researchers, alongside companies Terma and Technicon, have developed a complete robot technology system for the manufacturing of composite parts. The suction cup-based system may revolutionize the production of parts for aircraft, cars, and wind turbines.

Robotics professor Henrik Gordon Petersen from the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) is currently putting his finishing touches on a large robot technology system called Flexdraper.

After six years of intense research and programming, the system is now ready to solve a complicated task: To place sticky fiber mats on molds during the manufacturing of composite parts, which is an automation problem that the industry has struggled to solve for over 30 years.

In moving from manual to automatic layup, the Flexdraper system marks a breakthrough in the production of composite parts.

Read more here at SDU (University of Southern Denmark).

The usage of advanced composite materials based on glass and in particular carbon fibers is subject to more and more attention in a number of industries. In particular the aerospace and wind mill industries are using the materials, but the usage is also increasing in automotive and oil and gas industries. At Terma Aerostructures, they use pre-cut fiber plies, which are placed on a mold. The plies consist of pre impregnated fibers placed in a matrix resin and typically have a thickness of 0.1-0.2mm. They are placed layer by layer until the desired geometry is achieved. The manufacturing of products based on these materials is however challenged by lack of automatized production methods, and therefore the production is still manual. The high salary costs in Denmark therefore challenges the competitiveness in this new industry. The FlexDraper project will address this problem through automation.

Read more here at SDU (University of Southern Denmark).

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Inrotech Shipyard Welding robots (Made in Denmark)

Civic Nationalism is a Fraud

There are many people today who describe themselves, or are described by others, as civic nationalists. Some of these people include Donald Trump, Nigel Farage and Tommy Robinson. These people claim, or are claimed by others, to be fighting against globalism using the weapon of civic nationalism. It all sounds good, but there’s just one problem. Civic nationalism is a disgusting fraud which cannot save whites, those of European descent, from replacement and extinction. Those who promote civic nationalism are either ignorant to its shortcomings, cowards or controlled opposition.

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Poster for the 2007 election. It referred to the controversy the year before, depicting a hand-drawn image of Islamic prophet Muhammad with caption “Freedom of speech is Danish, censorship is not”, and “We stand our ground on Danish values”

2015 741,539 21.1% (#2)

The Danish People’s Party (DPP) (DanishDansk Folkeparti, DF) is a political party in Denmark that is generally described as right-wing populist by academics and far-right by international media. It has also been described in academia and the media as a nativist and anti-immigrant party. The party was founded in 1995 by Pia Kjærsgaard, who was the leader of the party until 2012, when she passed the leadership on to Kristian Thulesen Dahl. The DPP lent its support to the LiberalConservative government that ruled from the general election of 2001 until the 2011 election defeat. While not part of the cabinet, DPP cooperated closely with the governing coalition on most issues and received support for key political stances in return, to the point that the government was commonly referred to as the “VKO-government” (O being DPP’s election symbol). It also provided parliamentary support to Lars Løkke Rasmussen‘s cabinets from 2016–2019, again without participating in it.

In 2007, the party opposed the Danish government’s plan to recognise the independence of Kosovo, and maintained the territorial integrity of Serbia. The DPP also opposes the recognition of Palestine on the grounds that there is no effective Palestinian state, and wants to move the Danish embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

The DPP also supports Danish membership of NATO.

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There is an overlap between civic nationalism and the ‘counter jihad movement’, we see that in Danish People’s Party with their push for Eastern European invasion “instead” of a more Arab/Muslim dominated invasion.

Either way, we are being replaced by the invasive (in our own country).

Something is rotten in the state of Denmark

 

Breadbasket

The breadbasket of a country is a region which, because of the richness of the soil and/or advantageous climate, produces large quantities of wheat or other grain. Rice bowl is a similar term used to refer to Southeast Asia, and California’s Salinas Valley is sometimes referred to as the world’s salad bowl. Such regions may be the subject of fierce political disputes which may even escalate into full military conflicts.

Africa

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South Africa 

The Free State province is often considered the breadbasket of South Africa due to its wheat, sunflower and maize fields.

The Overberg region in the Western Cape is also known as the breadbasket of South Africa due to its large wheat fields, as well as fruit growing [Land that is stolen or about to be stolen from Whites].

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Rhodesia / Zimbabwe 

Rhodesia (Today named Zimbabwe) was known as the breadbasket of Africa until 2000, exporting wheat, tobacco, and corn to the wider world, especially to other African nations. However today, Zimbabwe, Rhodesia’s successor state, is a net importer of foodstuffs from the Western World (Land stolen from Whites]. 

Legacy

While as Rhodesia, the country was once considered the breadbasket of Africa. Today, Zimbabwe is a net importer of foodstuffs, with the European Union and United States providing emergency food relief as humanitarian aid on a regular basis. The nation has suffered profound economic and social decline in the past twenty years. Recently the agriculture sector has started to do well since the availability of expertise and machines has improved supported mainly by China. 

Zimbabwe also suffered from a crippling inflation rate, as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe had a policy of printing money to satisfy government debt. This policy caused the inflation rate to increase from 32% in 1998 to 11,200,000% in 2007. Monetary aid by the International Monetary Fund was suspended due to the Zimbabwe government’s defaulting on past loans, its inability to stabilise its own economy, its inability to stem corruption and its failure to advance human rights. In 2009, Zimbabwe abandoned its currency, relying instead on foreign currencies.

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Europe

Germany 

East Prussia was considered as breadbasket of German Reich [Land stolen from Germany].

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Sweden 

Scania is considered the breadbasket of Sweden. The yield per unit area is higher than in any other region in Sweden and the soil is among the most fertile in the world. The Scanian plains are an important resource for the rest of Sweden since 25–95% of the total production of various types of cereals come from the region [Land stolen from Denmark].

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