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World Politics / Re: Poland
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 09:47:35 PM »
Poland stops Muslim Horde

Movies and Theatre / Re: The Fountainhead
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 09:39:58 PM »

Literature / Re: Good poetry
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 09:15:55 PM »
The Submissive
The Lounge / Re: North Korea & Western Propaganda
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 06:40:14 PM »

Monday, September 25, 2017, 17:56 by Reuters
US has 'declared war', says North Korea's foreign minister
Pyongyang says it will shoot down US bombers

North Korea's foreign minister said today that US President Donald Trump had declared war on North Korea and that Pyongyang reserves the right to take countermeasures, including shooting down US bombers even if they are not in its airspace.
"The whole world should clearly remember it was the US who first declared war on our country," Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters in New York.
"Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make countermeasures, including the right to shoot down United States strategic bombers even when they are not inside the airspace border of our country," Ri said.
"The question of who won't be around much longer will be answered then," Ri said in a direct reference to a Twitter post by Trump on Saturday.
The increasingly heated rhetoric between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is raising fears of a risk of a miscalculation by one side or the other that could have massive repercussions.
China called on Monday for all sides in the North Korea missile crisis to show restraint and not "add oil to the flames."
Ri told the UN General Assembly on Saturday that targeting the US mainland with its rockets was inevitable after "Mr Evil President" Trump called Kim a "rocket man" on a suicide mission.
"Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at UN If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer!" Trump said on Twitter on Saturday.
North Korea, which has pursued its missile and nuclear programmes in defiance of international condemnation and economic sanctions, said it "bitterly condemned the reckless remarks" of Trump. They were an "intolerable insult to the Korean people" and a declaration of war, theNorth's official news agency said on Monday.
Pyongyang accuses the United States, which has 28,500 troops in South Korea, a legacy of the 1950-53 Korean war, of planning to invade and regularly threatens to destroy it and its Asian allies. The United States and South Korea are technically still at war with North Korea because the 1950s conflict ended with a truce, not a peace treaty.
US Treasury yields fell to session lows after Ri's comments on Monday.
Tensions in North Korea are rising. Photo: Reuters
Tensions in North Korea are rising. Photo: Reuters
In an unprecedented direct statement on Friday, Kim described Trump as a "mentally deranged US dotard" whom he would tame with fire.
Kim said North Korea would consider the "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history" against the United States and that Trump's comments had confirmed his nuclear programme was "the correct path".
Trump threatened in his maiden UN address last Tuesday to "totally destroy" the country of 26 million people if North Korea threatened the United States or its allies.
Asked how concerned China was the war of words between Trump and North Korea could get out of control, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang described the situation as highly complex and sensitive.
It was vitally important everyone strictly, fully and correctly implemented all North Korea related UN resolutions, Lu said, resolutions which call for both tighter sanctions and efforts to resume dialogue.
All sides should "not further irritate each other and add oil to the flames of the tense situation on the peninsula at present", Lu told a daily news briefing.
"We hope all sides do not continue doing things to irritate each other and should instead exercise restraint."
Speaking to British Prime Minister Theresa May by telephone, Chinese President Xi Jinping repeated Beijing's position that the North Korean issue should be resolved peacefully via talks, state media said.
China hopes Britain can play a constructive role in easing the situation and pushing for a resumption in talks, Xi said. May, like some other US allies, has pushed for China to do more onNorth Korea.
Downing Street said the two leaders agreed there was a particular responsibility for China and Britain, as permanent Security Council members, to help find a diplomatic solution.
North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear bomb test on Sept. 3. Pyongyang said on Friday it might test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean.
While China has been angered by North Korea's repeated nuclear and missile tests, it has also called for the United States and its allies to help lessen tension by dialling back their military drills.
US Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers escorted by fighters flew in international airspace over waters east of North Korea on Saturday in a show of force the Pentagon said indicated the range of military options available to Trump.
In response to a question about the exercises, Chinese spokesman Lu said: "A continued rise in tensions on the peninsula, I believe, is not in the interests of any side."
Wang Jingdong, president of the world's largest lender Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), told reporters during a briefing the bank will "strictly implement UN Security Council decisions related to North Korea and carefully fulfil relevant international responsibility".
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday said his decision to call a snap election would not distract his government from responding to North Korean threats.


Every little while the Americans love a "nice little war".
It is good for the Military Industrial Complex and for business in general.
Of course, there are causualties, but these can be replaced - new babies are born and flung in to fill the gaps.

And the Jews, those Rodents in Human Form, who are behind everything - they gleefully watch young White servicemen die.
Nothing pleases the Jew more, than Whites dying in senseless wars, no-win wars, stupid wars.
And after the dust settles, we will find out that Israhell had supplied N. Korea with the weapons it needed.

Onward Christian soldiers - Onward on to war.
On behalf of Israhell and the Rodents in Human Form.
Onward, ever onward Goyim - Jesus loves you.

And let's have it again, this time with more gusto.

The Golden Dawn
Count the Immigrants / Re: Blacks will be Blacks
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 04:40:38 PM »

Monday, September 25, 2017, 15:33
Xlendi graffiti angers locals
London-based street artist lambasted on social media

A London-based street artist believed to have sprayed graffiti onto a rock face in Xlendi and then signed the work is taking flak from outraged locals.
Colourful graffiti bearing Nathan Bowen's distinctive graphic style has coloured rocks at Xlendi's Kantra Valley, in what the Gozo Tourism Association today called "a clear act of vandalism."

The figures are clearly visible from a coastal tower and bridge in the vicinity and are accompanied by a scrawled 'by Nathan Bowen.' Photos of the figures which appeared online over the weekend prompted a storm of criticism.

Mr Bowen's social media pages have been flooded with irate comments by Maltese readers, and though many of those comments have since been deleted, others have continued to flood in.

No artist is above nature. Keep your scribbles to human made structures
"No artist is above nature," one Instagram user told the artist.  "Keep your scribbles to human made structures. Heck, you'll probably go deface the Sistine Chapel because you think are so amazing. For shame."

On Facebook, another wrote "Don't be a coward and block me just as you blocked friends. You should have the balls to acknowledge what you did and remedy the situation. SHAME ON YOU!!"

A Times of Malta reader who spotted the graffiti while hiking called the spray sketches a "shameful disregard for our heritage for the sake of commercial gain."

In a statement, GTA CEO Joe Muscat said that the graffiti tainted a pristine valley and could tarnish Gozo's reputation with tourists. He called on authorities to step up their work and urged anyone with information to contact the police.

Mr Bowen has featured on BBC show The Apprentice, with his street art appearing in iconic London locations including Covent Garden, Camden and Bond Street.

Times of Malta has asked Mr Bowen to comment about the graffiti claims.


This piece of shit came to Malta and defecated, defected, defaced Xlendi.
He should be given a jail sentence, after-which booted out of the Island.

The Golden Dawn
World Politics / Re: AFD - Germany
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 04:21:51 PM »

AfD leader Frauke Petry stuns Germany by quitting hours after being elected

Emma Beswick

last updated: 25/09/2017
AfD co-founder Frauke Petry dropped the bombshell just hours after her party achieved an historic result in the German elections

 Just one day after her party’s success in the German federal elections yesterday (September 14), Frauke Petry, co-chair of far-right party Alternative for Germany, said she would not be part of the parliamentary group.

Petry’s surprise announcement after the far-right AfD won around 13 percent of the vote in Germany’s elections, an historic result meaning that the party would not only enter parliament for the first time but also as the third strongest party.

The news appeared to come as a shock to her colleagues, with fellow co-chair Jörg Meuthen telling German press agency dpa, that he “had had no knowledge” of the decision beforehand and called it “a bombshell”.

“I want to practice real politics in the spirit of good conservative politics and be part of the actual shaping of things,” Petry said.

She did not lead the party in this year’s elections, which was allegedly due to differences in opinion on the party’s direction.

The AfD founding member left the press conference after explaining that she would not be answering any questions.


 Who is she trying to fool?

The Golden Dawn
World Issues / Re: America - USA
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 08:31:12 AM »

Gunman opens fire in Nashville church; 1 dead, 7 wounded

A masked gunman opened fire at a Nashville church Sunday, walking silently down the aisle as he shot unsuspecting congregants. At least one person was killed and seven others wounded, authorities said.

An usher confronted the shooter, who apparently shot himself in the struggle before he was arrested, police said.

The FBI said Sunday night it has opened a civil rights investigation into the shooting at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ.

Authorities identified the attacker as Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, of Murfreesboro, who came to the United States from Sudan in 1996 and was a legal U.S. resident...


Oh the Joys of Multiracialism.
The Joys of The Jesus Poison that brainwashes us into accepting millions of non Whites.
The Jesus Poison and The Jews - our two, most lethal Enemies.

The Golden Dawn
Biology and Genetics / Re: EQUALITY : The Myth
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 08:17:37 AM »

Monday, September 25, 2017, 08:01 by Jacob Borg
‘Stem inevitable decline of Maltese honeybee’
Other species endangering local bee population

More support was needed to stem the otherwise “inevitable” decline of the Maltese honeybee, a conservation NGO has warned.

Darryl Grech, the administrator of NGO Breeds of Origin Conservancy, told the Times of Malta the conservation of the Maltese honeybee was seriously threatened but efforts were underway to save it.

A two-week conservation study on Comino took place earlier this year to observe and gather data on the “endangered” honeybee, he said. The study involved the setting up a number of mating hives on the island.

Mr Grech said the Maltese honey-bee was being replaced by other species, which was endangering the small population of Maltese honeybees that remained.
Maintaining our locally-adapted Maltese black honeybee population is of vital importance to preserve biodiversity

Support was required to encourage conservation efforts and research activities to avoid the decline, he said.

Mr Grech pointed out that the country’s limited size made it difficult to find suitable isolated mating areas for the Maltese honeybee.

The fact that honeybee colonies could easily be imported represented a common threat to all of the native honeybee populations, particularly due to it being a small, closed genetic population.

The Maltese honeybee has a poor reputation among some beekeepers, which Mr Grech said was partly based on insufficient knowledge, inadequate selection or poor management routines.

He said such opinions were mainly based on the “old bad reputation” of the Maltese honeybee as being aggressive and having a high swarming tendency.

The NGO is supporting a joint data-gathering project on the Maltese honeybee between the University of Malta and the Hessen Bee Institute, in Germany.

Additionally, the Maltese Beekeepers Associations, in collaboration with the University of Malta and Breeds of Origin Conservancy, is coordinating a breeding programme under the EU supported Smartbees project.
The programme involves the study of bees to better understand their temperament, swarming tendencies, honey production and resistance to the varroa mite.
Mr Grech described this as a huge step forward for the conservation and sustainable use of the Maltese honeybee.
He said the most essential component to safeguard the Maltese honeybee was good coordination and cooperation between all actors involved.
“Maintaining our locally-adapted Maltese black honeybee population is of vital importance to preserve biodiversity and for obtaining different products with potentially unique characteristics.

“One should keep in mind that Europe is home to only 10 of the 27 currently recognised honeybee subspecies, with one of them being the Maltese honeybee,” Mr Grech remarked.


Ghidilha il Ministru taz-Zejziet Ugwali -
u dak il-Mostru tal-Ugwaljanza, Silvan Agius li ghanda mwahhal ma sorma!

The Golden Dawn
World Issues / Re: Germany
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 07:06:52 AM »

Count the Immigrants / Re: Illegal Immigrants 2013 - Comments
« Last post by IMPERIUM on September 25, 2017, 06:21:57 AM »

Malta the only EU country to fulfill asylum relocation quota
Member States fulfill just 28.7% of the relocation target whilst Malta is the only country to meet the 131 quota

 Malta is the only European Union member state to have fulfilled its asylum relocation commitments, having accepted 131 refugees and asylum seekers.

In response to the migration crisis that affected Europe in the summer of 2015, the Council of the European Union adopted a decision for the relocation 120,000 persons in clear need of international protection from Italy and Greece to other EU states, over a period of two years.

But to date, the member states have fulfilled less than a third of their asylum relocation promises – with two states, Hungary and Poland, did not relocate a single asylum seeker.

The two-year period in which asylum-seekers are eligible for the relocation scheme comes to a close tomorrow, September 26.

“Two years after this scheme was agreed, most EU member states have fundamentally failed refugees and asylum-seekers, shirking their responsibilities and leaving thousands abandoned in Italy and Greece,” said Iverna McGowan, Director of the Amnesty International European Institutions Office.

“This isn’t about paying lip service to doing right by refugees and asylum-seekers, it is a legal obligation. EU countries must now step up and make good on the promises they made, or risk being taken to the European Court and potentially facing tough penalties.”

Slovakia, which unsuccessfully challenged the relocation scheme in the European Court, has only accepted 16 of the 902 asylum-seekers it was assigned, and the Czech Republic only 12 of 2691.
Spain has fulfilled just 13.7% of its quota, while Belgium has fulfilled 25.6%. The Netherlands has fulfilled 39.6% of the target it committed to, and Portugal 49.1%.
“Malta is the only EU country that has fulfilled its quota,” Amnesty International said.

“Norway and Lichtenstein opted in to the scheme voluntarily, and have both fulfilled their commitments to relocate 1500 and 10 respectively.”
Notably, Finland has welcomed 1,951 asylum-seekers - 94% of its legal commitment). Ireland has taken in 459 asylum-seekers, or 76.5% of its legal commitment.

Amnesty International called on European governments to step up their efforts to fulfill their quotas under the relocation scheme, as well as to accept individuals with protection needs in Italy and Greece through other means, including through work visas and swift family reunification procedures.
“The relocation scheme, agreed in September 2015, offered asylum-seekers the chance to rebuild their lives in safety after surviving war and persecution and then perilous journeys to reach Europe,” McGowan said.

“In Greece, where thousands of asylum-seekers without family reunification claims have been trapped since the closure of the Greek-Macedonian border in March 2016, relocation has been one of very few formal options available for most people to safely move elsewhere in Europe.”
Asylum-seekers who arrived on the Greek islands since the EU-Turkey deal was agreed on 20 March 2016, have unlawfully been excluded from the relocation scheme, and many remain trapped on the islands, Amnesty International added.
“Everyone who arrives in Greece and Italy before the impending deadline should be made eligible for relocation. As well as allowing them to carry on with their lives in safety and dignity, making these people eligible would relieve pressure and improve conditions on the Greek islands, which have deteriorated as arrivals have risen over the summer months,” McGowan added.
After the deadline for asylum-seekers to become eligible for the relocation scheme passes, governments can continue to relocate those already eligible, in line with their obligations. Amnesty International urged them to continue with the scheme.
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Il-Bully ta-Burmarrad, li tela bl-ghajta tal Pushback:
irid jidher helu mal assassini tal-EU, li jridu jeqirdu lil-Europei.
Min jaf ghaliex?

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