Saturday, June 16, 2018


Just another sad post over at PI-NEWS: "Does Muechen's Westpark still belong to the Muencheners?"

Judge for yourself:

We are being replaced, period. And for our moral betters this is all very positive. I want to seethe and rage at this appalling self-inflicted dissolution, at this horrifying convergence of two destructive trends, BOTH OF THEM set in motion, promoted and sustained by the left: the enthusiastic open border policies and embracing of other, inferior cultures on the one hand, and the eager propaganda to discourage our own people from procreating and completely reduce sexuality - with a strong preference for gay sexuality - to mere pleasure and instant gratification on the other hand.

If we don't get our house in order, and SOON...

... We, as a people and a civilization are DOOMED.


Sunday, June 10, 2018


First Man, the movie based on James Hansen's biography of Neil Armstrong, is set to be released in October.

The director is Damien Chazelle, a Rhode Island native whose father is Bernard Chazelle, a French-American computer scientist, currently the Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. Three years ago Damien Chazelle directed La La Land, which I did not see (or rather refused to), so his choice to film First Man is a bit incongruous to say the least. Anyway, the cooperation with leading actor Ryan Gosling in that movie must have been good since Gosling portrays Armstrong in this new project. Looking forward to it. May it bring back a sense of wonder and lust for endeavour in our youths.



Yesterday, Saturday 9 June, Geert Wilders, PVV party leader, gave a speech at a 20,000 strong rally in London demanding the immediate release of Tommy Robinson:

Via Breitbart:

"... At this very moment, thousands of people all over the world are demonstrating in front of British embassies, from LA to Sydney, and over half a million people have already signed the petition for Tommy,” he told the crowd.

“And all with the one important message: Free Tommy!

“So, Downing Street is just around the corner, so maybe once again, as loud as possible as we can, let them hear our message: Free Tommy Robinson!” he cried, prompting extended chants of ‘Oh, Tommy Tommy, Tommy Tommy Tommy Tommy Robinson!’ and ‘We want Tommy out!’

“Listen to us Theresa May, listen to us Sajid Javid, listen to us Sadiq Khan,” he continued, each name provoking passionate boos.

“Listen to us, all you in power: we want the release of Tommy Robinson!

“Tommy Robinson is the greatest freedom fighter of Britain today. Tommy Robinson is a freedom fighter. He says what no-one dares to say. He has guts. He has courage.

“And that is more than we can say for all those people that govern us. Because our governors sold us out with mass immigration, with Islamisation, with open borders. We are almost foreigners in our own land,” he declared.

“And if we complain about it, they call us racists or Islamophobes — but I say, no more. And what do you say?” Wilders asked the assembled crowds.

“No more!” they shouted back.

“That’s right. Enough is enough. We will not be gagged anymore. No more tyranny.

“My friends, 75 years ago, your fathers and grandfathers liberated my country from tyranny,” he continued.

“My country, the Netherlands, is a free country today, because the British brave boys and men, people like you, liberated us.

“And do you know how we used to call these British soldiers? We called them Tommies!” he exclaimed.

“But today your government has put a Tommy in jail. Freedom is behind bars. Tommy is behind bars.

“And that is totally unacceptable, and that is why we say: Set him free!” Wilders shouted.

“Tommy is in jail while the British state looked the other way for years, when thousands — thousands — of English children and girls were brutally raped by those grooming gangs.

“They were your daughters. The daughters of the brave Tommies. The daughters of the hard-working, decent people of Britain, who made this beautiful country so great.

“But for years, and years, the police, the politicians, the prosecutors did nothing, and looked the other way.

“They refused to listen to the victims. They arrested fathers who tried to liberate their daughters. They left children in the hands of those gangs.

“But Tommy, my friends, Tommy acted. Tommy didn’t look in the other direction. He refused to ignore the problem. He gave voice to millions of Britons who were abandoned by the authorities.

And when Tommy protested, the same authorities could not be fast enough to jail him and to gag the media.

“And I tell you: that is not democracy. That is not freedom. That is what they do in Saudi Arabia.

“So I ask you: Do you want to be Britain, or Saudi Arabia?

“My friends, it was not Tommy who was breaching the peace, it was your government who was breaching the peace!” he declared.

“And we cannot, and we will not, accept it any longer. We want freedom, and it is our duty to speak out against rape, against grooming gangs, against Sharia law, against barbarism — and we demand the release of Tommy Robinson.

“So here we stand in full solidarity with Tommy, because, like him, we are sick and tired from being silenced.

“And I tell you, today we have a message for all the government of the world, and our message is: ‘We will not be silenced! We will not be intimidated! And we tell the government, we are not afraid of you!

“We will never surrender! We will stand strong and do our duty, we will defend our civilisation, and we will protect our people.

“And I tell you, to the governments, you can throw us in jail, but you will never defeat us.

“Because, my friends, for every Tommy whom you imprison, thousands will rise up.

“So take notice Theresa May, take notice Dutch prime minister Rutte, take notice, Mrs Merkel and President Macron.

“Take notice: The future is ours, and not yours. We will defeat you politically — because we, my friends, we are the people.

“And every day, more people are joining our cause. The cause of freedom. Every day our members grow, and our demands are right and just.

“This is what we want. First, and most important: Free Tommy Robinson!

“But we also want you to give our countries back to us. Stop selling us out. Stop the mass immigration. Protect your own people. Stop gagging us. Restore the freedom of speech.

“My friends: long live Great Britain,” he concluded.

“Allow me, long live the Netherlands.

“Long live freedom.

“But most of all, long live Tommy Robinson!”

If you allow me, as a Vlaams Belang member I am so proud to see Filip Dewinter, a leading Vlaams Belang politician, standing there on that podium next to Mr Wilders. Always in the thick of the fight against islamization and for our Western Civilization, it is safe to say that if Dewinter did not exist they would have to invent him. For literally DECADES - ... decades ..... - this man has been subjected to immense pressure, smear campaigns, violence at the hands of police, death threats, and the sharp edge of Belgium's "anti racism" laws. He and his party - my party - have been enduring for the same period media blackouts where possible - to this very day. It is true that in The Netherlands also, a corrupt gang of 'Away with us' politicians merrily facilitiates the 'Umvolkung' and betray not only the population but in the same breath our civilization, and yet Geert Wilders is still capable of airing his views in a way that is impossible in Belgium.

There is no way that Mr Dewinter, or the entirety of Vlaams Belang for that matter, will ever be able to get their views across as good as Mr Wilders and the PVV. State broadcasters and even private ones are in a way silencing him even more efficiently than Tommy Robinson.

But there he is, standing tall and speaking loud and clear. He too speeched. You will find the transcript on his site.

As always my dear readers (the ones of good will anyway...) please spread the message of Tommy Robinson's unlawful incarceration far and wide. Don't stop until he is FREE.