Saturday, February 03, 2018


Deep Purple with Woman from Tokyo. Album Who Do We Think We Are (1973).

Band formed in Hertford, UK, in 1968 and are still around, though from 76 to 84 there was a hiatus.

Losing it by Rush. A song from the 1982 album Signals.

The electric violin was a rare guest performance by Ben Mink, a fellow Canadian musician of Polish descent.

Gute Nacht.


Friday, February 02, 2018


From Germany without love:

It's a vid composed by young German women to decry the horrible descent in lawlessness in Germany, courtesy Merkel's insane open door policy, of which the prime victims are the German Maedel...

The Mia they refer too is the girl brutally stabbed to death in Kandel by an Afghan 'minor' a couple of weeks ago. 'Maria' is, or rather was, Maria Ladenburger, a promising student violated, strangled and thrown in a river in Freiburg by another Afghan culture enricher.

Anyway, the Frauleins' collective is called 120 decibel, and they have a site.

"So kann es nicht weitergehen", is what you read first. "This way it can't go on".

So true.

But any sensible person could have told them that in autumn 2015 already. However, then the fad was:

Sigh. Well, I guess it's better late than never.


PS: the redhead who appears first is the hottest one. Whatchoothink?

Thursday, February 01, 2018


Frikkin unbelievable.

No, I take that back. In this time and age of enthusiastic self-loathing among our moral betters, it is all too believable. Via Business Insider UK:

"A prominent art gallery has removed a Victorian painting from its walls because of its depiction of the female form.

Manchester Art Gallery, in northern England, took down "Hylas and the Nymphs" by John William Waterhouse last week, partly in light of the cultural #MeToo movement, which aims to highlight the mistreatment of women.

In a blog post about the removal, the gallery said: "We have left a temporary space in Gallery 10 in place of 'Hylas and the Nymphs' by JW Waterhouse to prompt conversation about how we display and interpret artworks in Manchester’s public collection."

The oil painting, completed in 1896, shows the mythological figure of Hylas, one of the Argonauts who joined Jason on a quest to retrieve a magical golden fleece.

At one point in the voyage, Hylas strayed from the group and met a group of nymphs, magical woman-like creatures with a reputation for being beautiful, naked, and treacherous. He was abducted and never seen again, the moment depicted in the painting."

According to The Guardian, gallery curator Clare Gannaway said the Time's Up and #MeToo cultural movements "fed into the decision" to take the picture down.

The report suggested that the painting could be put back later, depending on the public response.

This is the work in question, Preraphaelite John William Waterhouse's 'Hylas and the Nymphs':

Oooooohhh! The dignity of womyn is suffering at the hands of a male chauvinist pig!

If you have stopped puking, you might want to add a comment on the museum's blog. Yours truly did:

"Your so-called ‘curator’ is a godforsaken arrogant dim-witted SJW and, in the broader context, symptomatic of the terminal disease which has Europe in a death knell. If Clare Gannaway is concerned about female dignity then she should have raised her voice re the Rotherham child grooming gangs consisting of, ah, ‘Asian’ persons. Instead, she goes for an 19th century dead white male. PATHETIC. I do not even want to engage in a ‘discussion’ about the what and how-to of showing female nudity since with cultural marxists à la Gannaway any such undertaking is one-way traffic anyway. I used to be so fond of Great Britain, but as the red/green hysterical posse imposes its dubious standards more and more in all strata of society I tend to think of the country more as Small Britain. If Winston Churchill would still be alive Madam Gannaway would be overseer of folklore on the island of Lundy by tomorrow evening. Thank God a Manchester Art Museum under the guidance of this twat of a curator doesn’t own Michelangelo’s David. Michael/Belgium"



Sunday, January 28, 2018


Via our friends at Gates of Vienna, a telling video shot in Cottbus, a medium-sized town some 120 kilometers southeast of Berlin:

Ava Lon did translation, and the inimitable Vlad Tepes the subtitling.

For a glimpse of what cultural enrichment à la Merkel has meant for the city, read this article:

"The alliance Zukunft Heimat had called for a protest. According to information from Anne Haberstroh, board member of Zukunft Heimat, some 1500 to 2000 people demonstrated against asylum seekers, but no official figures were released.

The city decided that they would not take in any new “refugees” for the time being, and the interior minister of Brandenburg issued a warning to Berlin: federal politicians should think through “family reunification”.

From the point of view of the speakers, the federal government should take heed. “It is a shame that we have to be here again,” said Birgit Bessin, who represents the AfD in the Brandenburg state parliament. She listed the numerous incidents in which Syrian attacks on Germans have occurred.

In addition to the two recent attacks in Cottbus – on Friday a week ago three Syrian youths attacked a married couple with a knife and on Wednesday, a 15-year-old Syrian injured a 16-year-old German – Bessin pointed out several other attacks.

On 29 December 2017 Syrians attacked a German with fireworks, on October 23, 2017 Syrians and Germans skirmished at the Stadthallenvorplatz Cottbus, Bessin noted. She also reminded the protesters of the murder of the 82-year-old retiree in Cottbus by a Syrian refugee on 8 December 2016.

The AfD politician said these attacks were clearly not isolated cases. She added: “Every single case is one too many” to loud applause from the audience.

Christoph Berndt from the Zukunft Heimat alliance called in his speech on the mayor of Cottbus, Holger Kelch, to set up an account for the 16-year-old German, who was injured on January 17, to pay for any necessary cosmetic surgical treatments. For this purpose, donations were also collected during the demonstration. In addition, Berndt said, a contact group for those victims of violence by refugees has to be set up.

Refugees are not an enrichment, but a threat speakers said. They accused politicians of abandoning their people...."