Portland’s liberal establishment has a message for Antifa: we don’t need you anymore.
Portland’s liberal establishment has a message for Antifa: we don’t need you anymore.
UConn student charged with “hate crime” after allegedly painting swastika on building, police say.
A student was arrested and charged with a “hate crime” after allegedly spray-painting a swastika on the side of a building on the University of Connecticut campus, local police said.
When Israel announced this week that it intended to deport almost 100 “Black Israelites” who had emigrated to Israel from Chicago in the 1970s, it raised a persistent problem in Israel — how “Jews of color” are treated, especially the so-called “Beta Israel” Jews from Ethiopia who are still openly discriminated against.
About anti-White propagada.
In the Shadow of the Moon is a 2019 American science fiction thriller film directed by Jim Mickle and written by Gregory Weidman and Geoff Tock. It stars Boyd Holbrook, Cleopatra Coleman, and Michael C. Hall. The film had its world premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 21, 2019. It was later released on September 27, 2019, by Netflix.
Black Pilled Movies:
Free Falling (Falling Down)
How Boomers Were Taught to Hate (Themselves) (Norma Rae)
The Nature of Power (Gangs of New York)
The Great Boomer Deception (Pleasantville)
Sacrifice Rules (The Cider House Rules)
A Box of Chocolates (Forrest Gump)
Nice Until We’re Not (Office Space)
Pawnbreaking Our Culture (The Pawnbroker)
Devotion to the Exotic (The Beach)
The Rise of Colossus (Colossus: The Forbin Project)
Soap Operas that Wash Your Mind (The Handmaid’s Tale – TV series)
The Benefits of No Attachments (No Strings Attached and Friends with Benefits)
The Tale of Two Time Machines (1960 and 2002 films)
We Promise, You’re Unhappy (The Stepford Wives)
The Cure for Gentlemen (Gentleman’s Agreement)
Stand Still (The Day the Earth Stood Still 1951 and 2008)
The King of Joker Driver (Taxi Driver, The King of Comedy and Joker)
The Man Who Saved Europe (The House of Rothschild)
I’m With Stupid (Idiocracy)
Mr. Smith Gets Blackpilled (Mr. Smith Goes to Washington)
The Future is Black (and Female) (Children of Men)
Fast Food Jesus (Saved)
We are Living in Strange Days (Strange Days)
Diversity Training (The Office)
Blackpilled: Mong Torino (Gran Torino)
Denmark has begun the withdrawal of Danish soldiers in Afghanistan after almost 20 years of military service in the country.
This can be seen on the Defence Website.
According to the Danish Armed Forces, the mission in Afghanistan is formally over for the Danish soldiers at their headquarters in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. And the work of packing up the mission “is in full swing,” it said.
The entire Danish contribution in Afghanistan consists of about 120 soldiers in and around Kabul. They are part of Nato’s training and support mission, the Resolute Support Mission.
However, the mission is not yet complete for all soldiers. This is because there are still tasks to solve for Danish soldiers other than those at headquarters.
The first Danish soldiers came to Afghanistan in January 2002, and since then the mission developed into the bloodiest of the international efforts Denmark has participated in in recent times.
Forty-four Danish soldiers have lost their lives in their efforts in Afghanistan. In addition, 214 Danish soldiers have been wounded. Several of them have lost limbs as a result of roadside bombs.
On Thursday, it was reported that both Nato and the United States have begun the withdrawal of soldiers. And Danish troops are also on their way home.
It has previously been announced that the withdrawal must be completed by September 11.
It is the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack against the United States, which led to the so-called war on terror and the US invasion of Afghanistan in the autumn of 2001.
There are about 9,600 Nato soldiers and its partner countries in Afghanistan.
The decision to withdraw the foreign soldiers has been made, although there is a fear that the Taliban militant movement could return to power in the country.
Denmark, a NATO member, sent 9,500 personnel to Afghanistan between January 2002 and 1 July 2013. They were mostly stationed in Helmand province as part of NATO’s International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF).
Denmark’s first three deaths were the result of an accident during the disposal of a Soviet-era anti-aircraft missile in 2002. With a new mandate issued by the Danish parliament in 2006, Danish military operations transformed from relatively safe non-combat operations in the centre of the country to combat operations alongside the British contingent in the violent southern Helmand province. 37 soldiers have been killed in various hostile engagements or as a result of friendly fire, and 6 have been killed in non-combat related incidents, bringing the number of Danish fatalities to 43, being the highest loss per capita within the coalition forces. In addition, 214 soldiers were wounded in action and injured.
In addition, one Danish EUPOL civilian staff member was killed in 2014 in Kabul.
Much to their own surprise, successive Danish governments have succeeded in maintaining the highest level of public support among the nations contributing to the NATO mission in Afghanistan, while suffering the highest number of fatalities per capita. We explain this puzzle in a parsimonious fashion manner using a novel analytical framework derived from elite-competition theory, the event-driven school and the literature on strategic narratives. The Danish government initially built strong political and popular support by making a case for war that resonated with broadly shared pre-existing interests and values (national defence and support for democracy and human/women’s rights), and role conceptions (supporting NATO and US-led military operations as a responsible member of international society). Succeeding governments subsequently maintained a high level of political consensus on Afghanistan through a process of continuous consultation and consensus-building. The political elites supporting the mission then sustained the high level of public support by defining success in ways that did not involve ‘winning’ but focused instead on the attainment of realistic short-term, tactical objectives such as police training and building of schools, and by speaking with one voice to the media. This effectively reduced the Danish media to a conveyor belt passively transmitting the positive views of the political parties supporting the Afghanistan operation and the officers and soldiers carrying it out.
In Denmark, Afghanistan is worth dying for: How public support for the war was maintained in the face of mounting casualties and elusive success – Peter Viggo Jakobsen, Jens Ringsmose, 2015 (sagepub.com)
Ulrik Adolph Plesner, usually known as Ulrik Plesner (17 May 1861 in Vedersø – 22 November 1933 in Skagen) was an innovative Danish architect who designed in a National Romantic style at the beginning of the 20th century. He is remembered in particular for his influence on the style of architecture practiced in Skagen in the north of Jutland.
Born in Vedersø near Ringkøbing on the west coast of Jutland, he was the son of parish priest J.F. Plesner. After attending the Copenhagen Technical School (Teknisk Selskabs Skole), he entered the school of architecture at the Royal Danish Academy where he studied under Martin Nyrop, graduating in 1893. He developed a simple style typified by compact structures of red brick with white cornices and trimmings.
Plesner was first noted for an extension to Brøndums Hotel in Skagen which he completed in 1892. Much of his subsequent work was in Skagen where he lived for extended periods and became closely associated with the colony of artists known as the Skagen Painters. Highly respected by his colleagues, he contributed to the development of the main style of the period, Historicism. He also associated with Thorvald Bindesbøll who collaborated with him, often designing interiors in the Art Nouveau style.
Plesner first arrived in Skagen in 1891 in connection with the establishment of Højen Lighthouse. The same year he designed the first extension of Brøndums Hotel. The same year, he renovated the house belonging to P.S. Krøyer and in 1913 designed a house for Michael and Anna Ancher. In 1919, he drew up early designs for Skagens Museum and went on to design the town’s railway station, hospital, bank, harbor-master’s residence, post office and numerous private houses. Plesner died of a heart attack in 1933 while staying in Brøndums Hotel. The last building he designed before his death was Ålbæk Station on the railway from Skagen to Frederikshavn.
Skagen Church renovated by Ulrik Plesner in 1910
Old villa at Bergensgade in Østerbro in Copenhagen. It was build as a winter residence for the painter Peder Severin Krøyer (1851-1909) in 1897 but has later been rebuild.
The Johannes Larsen Museum former home of the Danish painter Johannes Larsen in Kerteminde, Funen, Denmark, now converted to an art museum. The old and still functioning windmill in the background is also part of the museum.
Gammeltorv 8, Copenhagen. (1905-1906). Arkitekt: Ulrik Plesner. Ornamentik: Thorvald Bindesbøll.
The church was designed by Ulrik Plesner. Construction began in 1907 and it was inaugurated on 5 June 1907.
Esbjerg Post House (1907-08)
Asmildkloster Agricultural School (1908)
Vodroffshus, Frederiksberg (1908)
Building build to a design by Ulrik Plesner and Aage Langeland-Mathiesen in 1910 at Gammel Mønt in Indre By in Copenhagen.
Hafnia, København (1912) [Across the street from the National Bank of Denmark]
Klitgaarden (lit. “The Dune House”) is a former summer residence of the Danish royal family situated just south of Skagen on the northern tip of Jutland. The house was designed by Ulrik Plesner for King Christian X and Queen Alexandrine and completed in 1914. It is now owned and run by a trust and serves as a retreat for artists and scientists.
(1914) Klitgaarden – Wikipedia
Østifternes Credit Union, København (1916) [Not there anymore]
And much more.
More to come.
The U.S. national debt is closer to $123 trillion, more than four times what the Treasury Department is reporting, Chicago-based Truth in Accounting calculates in its new annual analysis of the nation’s finances.
The federal government has $5.95 trillion in assets and $129.06 trillion worth of bills resulting in a $123.11 trillion shortfall, or a debt burden of $796,000 per U.S. household.
The Bristol police are investigating after finding several stickers in town showing an image of Adolf Hitler with the words “White Boy Summer.”
Covid-19 has been ‘Stress Testing’ our system and shown us new levels of corruption and anti-White discrimination.
We have been harassed and abused by Police, because of Covid rules. While BLM and Antifa has been free to do whatever they like.
We have seen (at least in Denmark), that Covid-19 has been much more widely spread (from the beginning to the present) in the ghettoes. Where people [Arabs, Africans, etc.] always are negatively overrepresented in regards to performance in school, unemployment, social welfare, crime, etc. etc..
We have seen how our politicians has been making laws, that they can use to controle us, even more (in the future).
We have seen how our politicians has been giving preferential treatment to China.
We have seen how (fill in the blanks ….)
Probably the most difficult construction site in Germany is 70 kilometers from Sylt. The sea is up to 32 meters deep and the waves are high even in good weather. A wind park with 80 turbines is being built here under harsh conditions, which will generate climate-friendly electricity for a million people. A mammoth project that is hard to beat in terms of size and complexity. And things are progressing rapidly: specialists erect the almost 150-meter-high wind turbines within a day.
DanTysk is a 288 megawatt (MW) offshore wind farm in the North Sea 70 kilometres (43 mi) west of the island Sylt, in the German EEZ at the border to Denmark. The wind farm operates 80 Siemens Wind Power‘s SWT-3.6-120 turbines with a capacity of 3.6 MW each.
The project’s estimated cost was $900 million. The windfarm is sited in water depths of 21–31 metres (69–102 ft). The turbines were kept warm and healthy with diesel generators for 6 months before onshore cabling was fixed. The farm sent first power to shore in December 2014.
Initially the project was developed by Geo Gesellschaft für Energie und Ökologie. The project was purchased by Vattenfall in 2007. In 2010, Vattenfall sold 49% stake in the project to Stadtwerke München.
The SylWin transformer platform connects the power from DanTysk, Butendiek and Sandbank offshore wind farm to shore. A DKK 375 million accommodation platform for 50 people is being built to service both DanTysk and Sandbank, inspired by Poseidon at Horns Rev 2.