Saturday, November 28, 2015


The Steve Miller Band with Macho City.

From the 1981 album Circle of Love. Next year, Steve Miller Band has been making music and touring uninterruptedly for half a century! Yup, founded in 1966 in San Francisco. How about that, huh?

Then a somewhat younger band, Empire of the Sun with Walking on a Dream. From the 2008 debut album of the same name.

Aussie electronic music duo from Sydney around Luke Steele (The Sleepy Jackson, featured here almost three years ago) and Nick Littlemore. Hat tip OutlawDaughter.

Slaap wel.



Suddenly everybody has discovered Molenbeek and Philippe Moureaux, a despicable Parti Socialiste hack who basically designed Molenbeek - actually Sint-Jans-Molenbeek - as a hotbed for European jihadism. Years ago, I had a topic on that scoundrel, you will find an exerpt if you scroll down. But before that, check out The Gatestone Institute on monsieur Moureaux:

" ..."Instead of bombing Raqqah, France should be bombing Molenbeek." — Eric Zemmour, French journalist.

No one, at least outside Belgium, is talking about Molenbeek's long-time anti-Semitic mayor and the alliance with radical Islamists that secured his power.

The majority of the terrorists who have appeared in Europe in recent times originated from a single neighborhood, six square-kilometers in size -- an astounding concentration.

"[T]here are more veiled women here in Molenbeek than in Casablanca." — Resident interviewed by investigative reporter Gilles Gaetner.

The many shops run by Jews suddenly disappeared in 2008 after harassment and threats by local "youths." How did Mayor Moureaux react? By accusing Belgian Jews of wanting to deny Muslims the "right to diversity."

It is supposed to be Israel's fault when the Arabs of Belgium -- and especially those of Molenbeek -- have a bad reputation? This type of anti-Semitic resentment is unfortunately not only typical for Moureaux, but for his entire party.

The Molenbeek district of Brussels is considered Europe's "terrorist factory." At least three of the perpetrators of the November terrorist attacks in Paris came from there: Ibrahim Abdeslam, Abdelhamid Abaaoud and the remaining fugitive Salah Abdeslam. The list does not stop there. The Viennese daily newspaper "Die Presse" writes:

"Molenbeek already made headlines for the first time in 2001: Abdessatar Dahmane, the murderer of the Afghan war hero and horror of the Taliban, Ahmed Schah Massoud, was also a regular at the Islamic center at 18 Rue du Manchester, known for its radical views; as well as Hassan El Haski, who was presumed behind the attacks in Casablanca (41 dead in 2003) and Madrid (200 victims in 2004). The weapons that were used in the attacks on the French satirical paper "Charlie Hebdo" in January 2015 came from Molenbeek. The French jihadist Mehdi Nemouche, who caused a bloodbath in the Brussels Jewish Museum the previous year, lived here. In August 2015, Ayoub El Khazzani started out from here on his attempt to attack a train from Amsterdam to Paris."

The two jihadists killed by Belgian police in January, in Verviers, came from Molenbeek. The terrorist Amedy Coulibaly, who attacked the HyperCacher kosher supermarket in Paris, also spent time in Molenbeek.

The majority of the terrorists who have appeared in Europe in recent times originated from a single neighborhood, six square-kilometers in size -- an astounding concentration. Belgium is, in relation to the size of its population, the greatest European exporter of fighters for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Most of them -- at least 48 -- come from Molenbeek. "Instead of bombing Raqqah," says the French journalist Eric Zemmour, "France should be bombing Molenbeek."

More than half the population of Molenbeek is Muslim; a quarter come from Morocco -- such as the Paris attackers. "You know, there are more veiled women here in Molenbeek than in Casablanca," says a resident interviewed by investigative reporter Gilles Gaetner of the French news portal "Atlantico." Gaetner does consider that "surely an exaggeration," but admits: "When one walks the streets of this Brussels district, with its nearly 96,000 residents, one is overcome by a bizarre impression. Not only would you think you were no longer in the Kingdom of Belgium, but an oppressive atmosphere reigns here."

Foreign reporters are only now discovering Molenbeek. Those who have to live there have been complaining about the conditions there for a long time. The following excerpt is from a report by the Belgian weekly magazine Le Vif L'Express from 2011:

Buildings in danger of collapsing, street corners that are becoming landfills, a parked car rusts away in a parking lot: Urban renewal would be helpful here. "This is a gangster district. Here you get beat up for five Euros," says Karim. The shopkeeper is not happy. He talks about how he recently chased a teenager with a knife in his hand, who had stolen cigarettes. This scene took place just steps away from the Ribaucourt subway station. "The Rue Piers is not safe at this hour," says a young woman, who after 6pm either makes sure she is accompanied home, or else takes a taxi. She has been living with friends in an apartment in the district for three years. The apartment is large, and not too expensive. "But I am always vigilant," she says. Especially when she is wearing a skirt. "Insults, spitting, groping: I have experienced that." Other residents are moving out. "My house was burglarized twice within one year," says a witness. "When I go to the supermarket around the corner, I double-lock the door and turn on the alarm."

Testimonials to a city in fear. Much of the responsibility for this apparently rests with Philippe Moureaux, member of the Socialist Party (Parti Socialiste), who was mayor of Molenbeek from 1992 until 2012. Confronted with the complaints of his citizens, he regularly denied the unsustainable conditions in his town: "It makes me angry when people pick out tiny details and lie about them," he said in the quoted report. Molenbeek is "not the Bronx;" the problems with criminality only concern a small number of streets, said Moureaux.

Then Moureaux showed his true colors: "Molenbeek is a symbol that certain people want to destroy. But only over my dead body." Certain people? Does the mayor actually believe in a conspiracy against his district of misery? One does not have to search for long to realize that Moureaux, on whose initiative Belgium passed an "anti-racism law" in 1981, is an anti-Semite -- not exactly common even in Belgium. At the same time, he downplays and supports the violence of young Muslims -- also against Jews.

And now for the trip down Memory Lane: DowneastBlog on - amongst others - Philippe Moureaux, August 10, 2007:

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"... This list would not be complete without Philippe Moureaux, the mayor of Molenbeek, one of the 19 communes of Greater Brussels. Moureaux is one of the top Parti Socialiste officials in the whole of Brussels, and Molenbeek is his personal fiefdom. It was he who, in 2005, forbade his police officers to drink coffee and eat sandwiches in the streets during Ramadan. He also ordered them to limit their patrols significantly. Today, Molenbeek is a hotbed of Islamic extremism. Apart from his career in local politics, Moureaux has also been, in times past, a pivotal figure in Belgium's federal political arena, where he was deeply involved in drafting the law allowing non-Belgians to vote in municipal elections, as well legislation against racism and xenophobia. Over the years, this legislation was time and again amended until it was tailor-made, so to say, to "kill" the Vlaams Blok - or so Moureaux & Co thought. That was in 2004, and the VB only escaped being completely outlawed by changing its name. Philippe Moureaux' hatred of the VB is not only because of the "racism" he and his ilk perceive in this party or in each and everyone who dares to object to obvious problems caused by muslim immigrants. No, this man hates Flemings because he is a racist himself, and a fierce anti-Fleming racist at that. I have known him for over twenty-five years now, and during all this time I have never heard this cretin utter a single word in Flemish. I bet however, that by now he does speak quite a mouthful of arabic. After all, he married a muslim wife...."

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Philippe Moureaux a couple of years back on a sunny day in Molenbeek among his New Adopted People. The woman immediately to the right of him is Laurette Onkelinckx, another gruesome Parti Socialiste heavyweight.

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The left's Diversity Action Plan in all it's glory in action in Molenbeek, Anderlecht, Kuregem... every single one of them a Brussels commune/neighborhood/quartier which has reached the glorious endpoint of the socialist endeavor towards tomorrow's Multicultural Great Society!!!


Thursday, November 26, 2015


Via our dear friends at Gates of Vienna, an electrifying speech by Bjoern Hoecke, a rising star in AfD (Alternative fuer Deutschland):

It's a shame I have come to copy and paste, but I'm too dead tired to put up material of my own. What counts however is that we in the Counter Jihad Movement get the message from people like Hoecke across, and if this humble blog reaches but one person who would otherwise have missed the text of Hoecke's speech over at GoV, I am grateful:


"Dear friends, you know what the big problem is? The big problem is that Germany, that Europe, have lost their masculinity. I say: we must rediscover our masculinity, for only when we rediscover our masculinity will we be resolute, and only when we are resolute, will we be able to mount a defence. And we must be able to mount a defence, dear friends.

Dear friends, Paris has become the European capital of terrorism. And like me, you too are horrified. I know that. But at the same time, I also wonder whether the tears shed by the German and European old-party politicians could really be genuine tears. Genuine tears can only be shed, by the one who has done everything to prevent a misfortune. Dear friends, there was the murder of Theo van Gogh 2004 in the Netherlands; this year already dozens of hand grenades were detonated in Malmö in Sweden; and most recently, the terrible terrorist attacks in Paris. These are the consequences of a decades-long, failed immigration and asylum policy, dear friends. More than ever is our demand justified, — and the previous speakers also substantiated that in all clarity — the influx to Europe must come to an end immediately.

And precisely because of the background of the terror attacks in Paris; and because of the policies which might now be expected from the old-party politicians; more than ever, dear friends, I must warn: we Germans must not allow ourselves — through the actions of manipulated people incapable of independent and responsible decision — to be drawn into wars, which are not our wars.

Our Germany is facing a national emergency, for our Germany is already a failed state.

It is the small events, it is the everyday events of the past weeks which have happened everywhere and in every location of our republic. Small events, which the media hardly notices at all, but which are still a clear indication that we are in the middle of the failed-state phase.

I would like to remind you of two of these. The District Court Passau recently sentenced a people-smuggler to a scandalously meagre punishment: — two years on parole. The man — by the very nature of a suspended sentence — is in fact at large. But the reason, dear friends, the reason given by the judge of the District Court in Passau is a cry for help and at the same time an admission of the judiciary’s failure to fulfil its statutory obligation. The judge gave the following reason for his decision, I quote: “In view of the conditions at the borders, statutory law has been suspended by the German politicians…”

The judiciary, dear friends, has here capitulated to the inaction of the politicians, and the police WILL soon capitulate. And to prognosticate that, one truly does not have to be a prophet.

A further example, a quite small, everyday event, which perhaps you heard about: Last week fifty asylum seekers were supposed to have found a new home in a communal accommodation in the Erfurt Warsbergstraße. Twenty of them did not wish to move in, because they considered the accommodation — a former office building customised especially for them — as unsuitable.

Abschieben! Abschieben! Abschieben!

It took a few hours before our completely overextended police, who really have other things to do… — At this point, an enormous, heartfelt thank-you to our officers, who are today once again doing magnificent work. Thank you for affording us protection. — It took hours before the police were able to persuade most of them to move into their quarters anyway.

But five of them refused tenaciously. They spent the night in the entrance to the underground garage of the former office building. By the next morning, the five asylum seekers had disappeared; five, in addition to the three hundred thousand in this country, who are not registered; who, in some locales, present with highly contagious diseases; and, isolated cases perhaps too, but nevertheless highly active diseases. With disquieting intentions they are underway in Germany on this very day.

Dear friends, that is an unmistakable sign of a failed state. The AfD speaks as the only political force to publicly address this problem and fight for the preservation of our country. Dear friends, those who have spoken before me have already emphasised this, but I will say it once more in conclusion: Merkel, Federal Chancellor, Dr. Angela Merkel: you have forfeited your right to continue leading the German people. We need a new Federal Chancellor [female]. We need a new Federal Chancellor [male], and he can only come from the AfD, dear friends.

Höcke! Höcke! Höcke!

Dear friends, no person in authority knows how many immigrants are streaming daily into our country. No one knows where they submerge. On Friday of last week only a few, just some of them, in Paris, surfaced. And the people were left in the lurch by their political leadership. No Angela Merkel, no Heiko Maas…

Heiko Maas!!! [SPD: Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection]

It is beyond description, the fact that the formerly venerable Social Democratic Party of Germany is discussing in all seriousness making Heiko Maas a candidate for Chancellor. Kindly name me someone who is a bigger political flea than Heiko Maas, dear friends! That poor little man!

No Angela Merkel, no Heiko Maas, that poor little man, no Bodo Ramelow sits in one of these cafés that was fired upon in Paris. These rulers do not sit there. Defenceless, dear friends, sit there only the Volk; sit there only the ordinary citizens, sits there only the little man; it is only we who sit there as a rule. We are expected to lie in the bed, which the old-parties have made for us. I call out to the old-party politicians — and a few of them may also be listening in right now from our venerable parliamentary building, and I have even heard that today we have a livestream broadcast of the demonstration — to you old-party politicians now sitting at the television listening to my speech live, — I call out to you undistinguished Ladies and Gentlemen: we will not listen to the slop which you serve up for us; we have not ordered it and we are now sending it back.

Wir sind das Volk!
We are the people!

With slogans of appeasement, those in authority cover up their inaction; but words are words, dear friends, and deeds are deeds. But there are deeds. Indeed, there are in fact the deeds on the part of those who govern, but these deeds, dear friends, these deeds cause the alarm clock in me to ring, and perhaps also in you.

The federal government, to be exact, has created 500 new positions in the secret services. A representative of the Great Coalition told Bild am Sonntag last weekend, I quote:

“It is absolutely necessary, that in the face of the danger of terrorism from Islamists — and — right-wing radicals, that we strengthen our secret service personnel”.

Dear friends, since anyone who still utters the term “Volk” — and I do it unflinchingly and with self-conscious deliberation and with much delight — is stigmatised as a right-wing radical — we must assume that the dissatisfied Volk themselves are to be the object of monitoring: GDR 2.0 — I know which way the wind is blowing; that is all I have to say to that.

Greetings to our friends from Berlin who are also here.

Were the borders perhaps opened; perhaps opened, deliberately opened, or were they deliberately kept open, in order to bring about chaos? And is our ossified representational party democracy perhaps to be translated into an authoritarian order? No, we do not wish to strengthen any conspiracy theories here.

Only to those governing, you undistinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, you old-party politicians, I call out to you: in case you harbour such thoughts, forget that right now! Here stands das Volk, here stands the vigilant Volk; and if you do not hold a referendum at the federal level, then we will do that.

Wir sind das Volk!
We are the people!

We citizens no longer have confidence in the politicians. We are dis-illusioned with the government. But that means also that we will no longer allow ourselves to be given illusions.

Dear Friends, there is no other course: we must protect our country, we must protect our state and we must protect our Volk against the policies of the old parties. And this task suits AfD considerably. And I say it here yet again, and I have already said it often, but I must continually put this credo into the public sphere: for me, the AfD is the last peaceful chance which our country has, dear friends.

Höcke! Höcke! Höcke!
AfD! AfD! AfD!

Indeed it is for this reason as well, that I built up this party with such great hope, and with so many idealistic people who have stood beside me. And because for me, the party is the last evolutionary opportunity, the last peaceful chance for our country, I would like right now to give to our party’s five basic principles to take with them. These basic principles are the joint work of my colleague and AfD faction leader in the Brandenburg Landtag, Dr. Alexander Gauland, and me.

Alexander Gauland will be reading aloud at this moment these five basic requirements, these five principles, simultaneously, at the large AfD demo in Magdeburg, dear friends.

The first basic principle:

Germany is not negotiable.

Out state, our nation, is not a product of chance. It is the work of so many generations. With pride, with pride we look upon a rich culture, civil and political freedoms and prosperity. We are willing to help many countries in this world. But one thing we will not do: hand over our land and our nation. Germany is our country, dear Friends!

Deutschland! Deutschland! Deutschland!

The second basic principle:

Germany is not a laboratory for social experiments.

We reject irresponsible experiments with and on our Volk. Only ideologues believe that a society without a family can function, or that everyone becomes a German as soon as he has crossed the frontier. To the dangerous ideologies which aim to create a multicultural society and abolish the classical family, we issue a clear refusal.

The third basic principle:

Germany must act along the lines of self-determination.

Germany, in the estimation of the highest ranking security officials, is no longer in a position to guarantee her domestic and external security. The situation is spinning out of control. And what is the Bundeswehr doing? They are serving foreign interests throughout the world, while the soldiers who remain here evacuate their barracks for asylum seekers and repair toilets in reception centres.

We require, finally, a political leadership willing to make independent decisions in the national interest.

The fourth basic principle:

Germany must win back her domestic freedom.

Not infrequently, the so-called “Lügenpresse” [lying press] as many call it, have earned their name honestly. In the place of objective reporting, they propagate a fatal welcoming culture. The state television, financed by the TV-licence fee, brand us as adversaries, because we say what is not supposed to be said.

Political correctness lies like blight on our country. The AfD is the guarantor of free speech and of the unsparing analysis of our situation. Because we have gathered here today, the domestic freedom in Germany is still alive.

Lügenpresse! Lügenpresse! Lügenpresse!
[Lying press!]

The fifth and last, and perhaps the most important basic principle:

Germans must become capable of responsible self-determination [mündig werden].

And Erfurt, the capital of courageous citizens, is the place to speak out once and for all with the utmost clarity: Germany, dear friends, Germany was the homeland of our forefathers. Germany must remain the homeland of our children. Germany is our homeland — our land — and our nation!

Thank you very much.

Höcke! Höcke! Höcke!"