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August 29, 2014
Patrick Henningsen - ISIS Crisis & Israels Strategy

August 27, 2014
Daniel Updike - Asatru in the 21st Century

August 25, 2014
Bjrn Norstrm - Islam vs. the West: Will Sweden Survive the Coming Multicultural Conflict?




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July 17, 2014
Insight - Anchorman 2 Review & The Politics of Will Ferrell

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August 13, 2014
Sinad McCarthy & Megan Elisabeth - European Preservation: Women, Children & Parenting

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Left and their big fat multi-cultural lie
August 31, 2014
Picture the scene; a taxi is pulled over by an officer from South Yorkshire Police who finds a half-naked 12-year-old in the back of the cab so drunk or drugged that she can hardly stand. When interviewed, the taxi driver is found to have pornographic pictures of the girl on his phone. The officer hands back the phone and - no ...

Rotherham - Child sacrifice to diversity god
August 31, 2014
It is sad to see how the once great nation of England has fallen. Britain now rivals North Korea for totalitarian control. If you are White, the wrong word can send you to jail. If you are non-White you are free to rape and kill the native British with impunity. If Henry the VIII came back from the grave, he could quickly solve the "Asian" problem. I can’t understand how the British can tolerate the genocide of their children. The British should apologize to Germany.

Norway Undermines, Pushes Mass Immigration on Hungary
August 29, 2014
"Tensions between Norway and Hungary escalated after the Nordic country on Thursday asked the EU to consider sanctions against the eastern European country." It turns out that Norway (of all countries) are funneling state funds to NGO’s and political parties that are in opposition to the current Hungarian government. That means that Norway is sponsoring groups and political parties that seek to end Victor Orban’s strong anti immigration policy. Norway then inadvertently (probably knowingly) is pushing for more immigration on Hungary.

Hungary's Orban Bashes Liberal Immigration Policy
August 29, 2014
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday lashed out against immigration, setting one of the main policy objectives of his next term in power after winning parliamentary elections in April. “The goal is to cease immigration whatsoever,” said Hungary’s prime minister. “I think the current liberal immigration policy, which is considered obvious and morally based, is hypocrite,” Mr. Orban said. At a ...

China's 'Duplitecture' Cities Mimic the World's Greatest Architectural Hits
August 29, 2014
The best knockoffs in the world are in China. There are plenty of fake designer handbags and Rolexes, but China’s knockoffs go way beyond fashion. There are knockoff Apple stores that look so much like the real thing that some employees believe they are working in real Apple stores. And then there are entire knockoff cities. There are Venices with ...

Kiev loses control of Novoazovsk, rebel troops advance in southeast Ukraine
August 29, 2014
Kiev’s troops had to leave the eastern Ukrainian city of Novoazovsk to save their lives, said the country’s Security and Defense Council. The authorities admitted that self-defense forces are advancing and leading a counteroffensive in the southeast. Along with Novoazovsk, Kiev troops have lost control over the villages of Amvrosiivka and Starobeshevo in the Donetsk Region of Eastern Ukraine. According to Ukraine’s ...

Mohammed is most popular name in Oslo
August 29, 2014
For the first time in the capital city’s history, Mohammed is the most common name for boys and men, said a study on Thursday. Statistics Norway (Statistisk Sentralbyrå - SSB) has counted the population of Oslo and found that Mohammed is the most common male name in Oslo for the first time ever. Jørgen Ouren of SSB said to NRK: “It is ...

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