Monthly Archives: July 2016

THE COST OF ISLAMIC INCEST

by Nicolai Sennels (@NicolaiSennels)
 via Pickering Post

There is a dire phenomenon rising in Europe that is crippling entire societies and yet the continent sleeps, refusing not only to confront the destructive elephant in the room, but also to admit its very existence.

The troubling reality being referred to is the widespread practice of Muslim inbreeding and the birth defects and social ills that it spawns.

The tragic effect of the Left’s control of the boundaries of debate is that any discussion about vital issues such as these marks an individual as an “Islamophobe” and a “racist.”

A person who dares to point at the pathology of inbreeding in the Muslim community is accused of whipping up hatred against Muslim people.

But all of this could not be further from the truth. To fight against inbreeding anywhere is to defend humanity and to defend innocent babies from birth defects . . .

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A Different Philosophy of Civil Disobedience

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“My thought is that in a reasonably just (though not perfectly just) democratic regime, civil disobedience, when it is justified, is normally to be understood as a political action which addresses the sense of justice of the majority in order to urge reconsideration of the measures protested and to warn that in the firm opinion of the dissenters the conditions of social cooperation are not being honored.” – John Rawls

Conventional civil disobedience usually engages localized agencies and domestic government. Redress of grievances, constitutionally protected under law is a myth in practice. The courts operate as protectors of state authority, while crushing the safeguards of individual natural rights. Petition to elected officials for recourse resembles begging for sustenance. Allegiance to country is confused with deference to decadent dictates. Conscience and moral imperatives draw sincere and aware citizens to resort to necessary measures of dissent. The question is what kind of civil disobedience is appropriate and effective? The conventional interruption of the principle of civil disobedience usually cites Thoreau, Gandhi and King. Most students of history are familiar with their significance and writings. However, less well known are John Rawls and Howard Zinn. A review of their viewpoints is helpful to understand the nature of civil disobedience. However, in an age of globalism, the sovereign state has less importance because the transnational community of nations is implementing a tyrannical New World Order . . .

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As the Election tumesces, Ozland soldiers on . . .

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After a farcical pointless and undecided campaign that cost the Nation millions, we now see all the rats scurrying back to the safety of their holes, leaving scented turds to cover their tracks as they hide from the wrath of their public, while blaming everyone else for their own failures.

The Turdball is sliding deeper and deeper into the belly of the smelly sewer that is Australian Politics as, day by day, the Electorate increasingly realises that he represents not the interests of the Australian Nation as a community of individuals, but International Banking/Financial Interests who are committed to our exploitation, and total submission to a Globalist Agenda that only serves to enforce mass genocidal depopulation and the enrichment of a self-appointed Power Elite. This was once called Treason, and the punishment for such an exploitation of the trust of a Nation was traditionally to be:

“fastened to a hurdle, or wooden panel, and drawn by horse to the place of execution, where they were hanged (almost to the point of death), emasculated, disembowelled, beheaded and quartered (chopped into four pieces). Their remains were often displayed in prominent places across the country, such as London Bridge. For reasons of public decency, women convicted of high treason were instead burned at the stake.” (Wikipedia)

I hope to leave you with little doubt that his punishment, should his lies to the Electorate fail, will consist of retirement on a gobsmacking public pension, to-die-for benefits, Corporate Directorships, and International Diplomatic postings . . . for a Multi-Millionaire Merchant Banker . . .

“Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we’re being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I’m liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That’s what’s insane about it.” (John Lennon)

Is Bill Shorten any different, or are they all only playing on the same old court, using the same old tattered net and bounce-less ball? One can only research his history and hope. In a nutshell, he fought for many years for a better social deal for millions of Australian Workers, and despite the lies and manipulations of the Marxist/Frankfurt School of Social Engineering, the greater majority of Oz workers are still traditionally involved in “Working class” occupations, those which are so necessary for the support and maintenance of our infrastructure. It’s nice to sit in an “eggnishened” office on a comfortable lay-back seat sipping on a latte, but they didn’t just magically appear because your parents bought you a Degree . . .

Finally, forget yer dinner parties, who would you rather share a relaxing comfortable coffee ‘n cake with, in your fave spot? The latter? The former?

For me, it’s a no-brainer . . .

 

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