Saturday, January 04, 2020


We just knew how our MSM would react to the sudden demise of the great philantropist, influencer and avid Lonely Planet reader General Soleimani. Stacks and stacks of Kleenex boxes were seen being delivered to the offices of the Dutch and Belgian state broadcasters. This, for instance, is how NOS, Dutch public TV, placed the item: Soleimani was a "state official" who was "popular with resistance groups":

It might be useful for the leftist loons there to remember the following, via Newsweek:

"Iran was responsible for the deaths of at least 608 American troops in Iraq between 2003 and 2011, according to a newly revised casualty estimate produced by the Pentagon.

Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook told a State Department press briefing Tuesday that Tehran is to blame for 17 percent of all U.S. service personnel deaths between 2003 and 2011, having supplied weaponry to Shiite militias fighting U.S. occupation.

Hook noted that the U.S. figure is in addition to the "thousands" of Iraqi troops and civilians killed in attacks by Iranian proxy forces.

The special representative explained that the new numbers are taken from recently declassified U.S. military documents. The numbers are significantly higher than the roughly 500 confirmed deaths attributed to Iran by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford in 2015.

At that time, Dunford acknowledged that the true figure would likely be higher. "We were not always able to attribute the casualties that we had to Iranian activity, although many times we suspected it was Iranian activity, even though we did not necessarily have the forensics to support that," Dunford told Congress during a confirmation hearing.

Tehran provided military and financial support to Shiite militias in Iraq as the country was convulsed by waves of sectarian and anti-U.S. violence following the toppling of Saddam Hussein...."

Oh wait, they couldn't care less about the deaths of US troops. Well, how about this then? The respected Dutch Professor of Iranian extraction Afshin Ellian writes in Elsevier that:

"...Soleimani is the general of international terrorism. In the Middle East (Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen etc), in Africa (Sudan, South Africa), in Latin America and even in Europe there are persons and groups which are under orders from Soleimani.

His men and women gather intelligence, buy hardware and weapons, carry out terror attacks, and where possible form a militia..."

All of this is known, also the dirty role Soleimani played in the Syrian civil war, his support for the Houthi rebels in Yemen, his crushing of Iranian dissenters... and still, from the coverage on NOS, VRT, or our newspapers you would think the guy was some sort of Nelson Mandela at best and Pancho Villa at worst.

Anyway... of a less laughable nature is the reaction of a special category of New Belgians. Posted on muslim social media in Belgium two days ago:

... a commemmoration service for Soleimani!!! Yes, so that was yesterday, Friday 3 JAN, in the "Rue de Bone 101" in...

... MOLENBEEK of all places!!! Who would have thunk it??

I checked it out. It's actually not "Rue de Bone 101", that doesn't exist. It's "Rue de Bonne 101". They are integrated so damn well they can't even get the street name right. Anyway, I checked it out on Google Earth and guess what, it's here: "meshkaat", a "religious institution":

Here's a close-up:

And here's a pic of the interior:

Hey Creech AFB, ain't too late yet for a New Year's present!

Today, De Standaard helpfully offered some coverage of the serene commemmoration for the good general...

... and whadda ya know, on the pamphlet they got the translation wrong!!! It was not 'an entire world will avenge you' , it was 'the entire world mourns Soleimani'. De Standaard:

"Wat op de uitnodiging staat is een slechte vertaling,’ zei Mohsen Rahnama in naam van de aanwezigen. ‘Er wordt bedoeld: de hele wereld treurt om Soleimani. We zijn hier louter om te rouwen.’ Rahnama benadrukte dat van geweld geen sprake is.

Translation (a good one this time, but then it's from moi, Outlaw Mike):

"'What's on the invitation is a bad translation', said Mohsen Rahnama on behalf of those present. 'Meant was: 'the entire world mourns Soleimani.' 'We are only here to mourn'. Rahnama emphasised that there was no question that violence was advocated.'

Golly, thx, De Standaard!!! And I suppose that if we don't believe that, you will want to sell us a bridge across the Tigris for 10 EUR, is it not?



Yes that's in The Netherlands. More precisely Rotterdam. The Erasmus Bridge across the Nieuwe Maas. The distinctive building across the river is "De Rotterdam" by renowned architect Rem Koolhaas.

Anyway, you can see how well-integrated these Turkish assholes are. NOT.

These are NOT Dutchmen. This a fifth column.

To get an idea how far the Turkish state has come in exerting control in The Netherlands, just look at this map:

Islam is a cancer. You either cut it away or kill it with chemo. Absent that, a long and painful death is to be expected.


Friday, January 03, 2020


The big news of the day is obviously General Soleymani saying his goodbyes to this mortal coil, and tomorrow, inch allah, there will be a post about that, including the reactions to his passing by the esteemed followers of the prophet in Molenbeek.

As for now, I recommend Tucker Carlson:


Wednesday, January 01, 2020


As per usual, 'youths' wreaked havoc on New Year's Eve in Brussels, more precisely Molenbeek and Vorst:

16 cars and a scooter torched, 1 person knifed with a life-threatening injury, 211 arrests...

Fire crews had to deploy 110 times, ambulances almost 300 times, often with police escort...

All of that is small beer compared to France, where:

...Besançon : 127 voitures brûlées, l’incendie de la fourrière maîtrisé après de longues heures de lutte des pompiers
Limoges : au moins 36 voitures brûlées, les pompiers attaqués
Montpellier : tirs nourris de kalachnikov (vidéo)
Lattes : une jeune femme retrouvée morte, une balle dans la tête
Strasbourg et sa région : au moins 220 voitures brûlées, les pompiers violemment agressés...

Oh oh oh oh oh...

This was in Strasbourg:

In Berlin, Germany, the fire services are 'shocked' at the level of violence directed against them:

In all these cities and elswhere throughout Europe, the extreme violence is NOT the work of Jan, Piet en Klaas or Dirk; or Jean-Pierre, Louis and Hervé; or Hans, Fritz and Horst.

It is the work of Alis and Mohammeds.

They are turning the dar-al-harb into the dar-al-islam.


Tuesday, December 31, 2019


DowneastBlog wishes all its readers of good will a Happy, Prosperous, but most of all a HEALTHY 2020!!!

As always, thanks for tuning in/bearing with us/tolerating us!!!


Monday, December 30, 2019



Via David Vance:


Sunday, December 29, 2019


By far the most pleasant and rewarding holiday we ever had was our trip in the States in the summer of 2017. Some four hectic but fascinating days in Washington DC were followed by a trip over Gettysburg and Bethel to the White Mountains in NH (another four days), and we spent the remainder of our fortnight in Hyannisport, with a couple of hours in Boston before boarding the plane back to Europe again.

On the first leg of that journey we visited the National Art Gallery in Washington, and it must be said, they have a mar-vel-lous collection (in particular with regards to impressionist works). Here's just three paintings at random we admired there:

Portrait of a Young Woman in White - Jacques-Louis David

Probably by a pupil of Jacques-Louis David (1748 – 1825) though. David's career spanned cataclysmic changes in French society as he was preeminent during the latter days of the Ancien Régime, during the Terreur (he was a friend of Robespierre), while Napoleon was Empereur and even during the restoration (be it in self-exile in Brussels). David's severe neoclassical style constituted a clear break away from the frivolity of Rococo.

The Corinthian Maid, by Joseph Wright of Derby

Joseph Wright of Derby (1734 – 1797), was an English landscape and portrait painter and has been acclaimed as "the first professional painter to express the spirit of the Industrial Revolution". Two important patrons were Josiah Wedgwood and Richard Arkwright. Wright is notable for his use of the chiaroscuro effect, which emphasises the contrast of light and dark, and for his paintings of candle-lit subjects. As for this painting, the inspiration came from Pliny the Elder (23/24 - 79 AD) who claimed that the first drawing in history was made by a young Corinthian woman. Knowing that soon her husband will be off to war, she draws a line on the wall containing his shadow, so that she will have something to remember him by. Apparently Ole Pliny never visited Lascaux or Altamira.

Lambs, Nantucket (1874) by Eastman Johnson

Jonathan Eastman Johnson (1824 – 1906) was an eminent American painter and co-founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. He is best known for his genre paintings, paintings of everyday life and of everyday people, but just as well of prominent Americans such as Abraham Lincoln, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. In his day he was known as the 'American Rembrandt'.

Exquisite, all three of them.



The Dutch authorities are not shy of letting Biodutchmen and -women know their days as a majority are numbered. Here is a screenshot of a Dutch government website where one can consult the weekly 'asielinstroom' (asylum influx) numbers:

Go back all through 2019 and you will see for yourself that the (official) influx of asylum seekers in The Netherlands is give and take 600/700 per week. Not 30. Not 3,000. Always 600/700. There is a system behind this, that's for sure. There are organizations that are providing resources, that do the planning, the advertising, there's contacts with Dutch and European agencies.

A year ago I wrote on these very pages about the scandal that is the UN 'Global Compact for Immigration', arguing that this horrible document would de facto posit that boundless immigration towards Western countries would become a right. And here it is. The Netherlands are even 'lucky', it's only give and take 700 a week. The numbers for Belgium are appalling.

What we are seeing is Population Replacement on a big scale, in a not even hidden attempt to quell the emerging unrest among autochtons. The most visible aspect of that unrest is the rise of rightwing, anti-immigration parties all over the continent. It is litterally a race against time. Traditional parties - socialists, greens, liberals, 'Christian' 'Democrats' who have practically all embraced the vile ideology of multiculturalism, are all frantically facilitating and organizing Umvolkung as a tool to block the rise of VB in Belgium, Lega in Italy, AfD in Germany, SD in Sweden.

And in their 'Quest for Cosmic Justice', as Thomas Sowell would put it, they have convinced themselves that by ridding Europe of deplorables, they are not only doing Europe a favor, but other continents and regions, especially Africa, a favor.

Consider Africa, for instance. Importing enormous numbers of Africans serves the multiple purposes of:

a.) blocking the rise of what they see as 'xenophobic' parties
b.) realizing the multicultural utopia in the West
c.) atoning for the White 'crimes' of colonization and, wait for it, 'racism'
d.) solving the problem of overpopulation elsewhere, especially in Africa

We have adressed the follies of a.), b) and c.) many times over, but as for d.) one should first of all acknowledge that it's LEFTIST policies that have very significantly contributed to Africa's woes. Indeed, as societies grow more prosperous, so the number of children in a family will gradually decline. Because the most successful export product of the left towards Africa have been its economic recipies, in particular the concept of the centrally guided economy, large parts of Africa have remained destitute. EVERY African country that adopted socialism has failed: Tanzanya, Zambia, Moçambique etc... Consequently, they have remained (very) poor. Consequently, they have runaway population statistics. Of course Africans are themselves to blame just as well, what with tribalism and endemic corruption and all. But Botswana e.g., which never fell for the leftist siren songs and has a solid economy based on capitalistic principles, does not have the problems of most other African countries. Seretse Khama was no closet communist like Julius Nyerere, and Botswana's economy grew at 9per cent per year for thirty years straight since 1966. Today, it is still one of the fastest growing African economies, with a GDP per capita of about $19,000 a year. Botswana has tech hubs and a standard of living comparable to that of Mexico (without the drug wars), and consequently, Botswana has no runaway demographics and there are no Botswanians among the 'refugees' flooding Europe.

It's a different matter for most of the continent however, as its demographics will push world population 10 billion by 2050, and its share in world population is projected to be ... 39 per cent by 2100:

Africa's population conundrum is of such a magnitude that it CANNOT BE SOLVED by siphoning off part of it towards Europe, as our socialist, green, liberal and 'Christian' 'Democratic' politicans seem to think. Africa's population problem has to be solved on African soil. And to illustrate that, to date I have not come across someone who did it better than Roy Beck in this timeless classic of 2010:

Would viewing that video change the minds of our moral betters?


Because they are insane.

We will have to hammer sense into them via other ways.