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World Politics / Re: Who brought down Yugoslavia?
« Last post by Königsberger on May 29, 2017, 10:10:21 PM »

Bosnian Muslim SS Unit

You see, religion does not determine race. Beneath the headscarves, and the robes are the same assimilable cousin genes. Bosnian Muslims (Bosniaks) and so many others like them are as European as their brothers and cousins, and thus have a place in Europe.

The Yugoslav wars were not conflicts of race or religion, but provoked fratricides. Catholic Croats, Muslim Bosniaks, and Orthodox Serbs, are genetically indistinguishable from one another.
Dominium / Re: The role of Women in the Imperium
« Last post by Eman Cross1 on May 29, 2017, 08:49:42 PM »
The continuity of our Race depends on our women.
Hence the Jewish attack: femminism, hatred of the Male, miscegenation.
We must preserve our women and hold them in awe as the bearers of the Race.

The Golden Dawn
World Politics / Re: About Ron Paul
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 29, 2017, 10:32:04 AM »
Are We Fighting Terrorism, Or Creating More Terrorism?

When we think about terrorism we most often think about the horrors of a Manchester-like attack, where a radicalized suicide bomber went into a concert hall and killed dozens of innocent civilians. It was an inexcusable act of savagery and it certainly did terrorize the population.

What is less considered are attacks that leave far more civilians dead, happen nearly daily instead of rarely, and produce a constant feeling of terror and dread. These are the civilians on the receiving end of US and allied bombs in places like Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Somalia, and elsewhere.

Last week alone, US and “coalition” attacks on Syria left more than 200 civilians dead and many hundreds more injured. In fact, even though US intervention in Syria was supposed to protect the population from government attacks, US-led air strikes have killed more civilians over the past month than air strikes of the Assad government. That is like a doctor killing his patient to save him.

Do we really believe we are fighting terrorism by terrorizing innocent civilians overseas? How long until we accept that “collateral damage” is just another word for “murder”?

The one so-called success of the recent G7 summit in Sicily was a general agreement to join together to “fight terrorism.” Have we not been in a “war on terrorism” for the past 16 years? What this really means is more surveillance of innocent civilians, a crackdown on free speech and the Internet, and many more bombs dropped overseas. Will doing more of what we have been doing do the trick? Hardly! After 16 years fighting terrorism, it is even worse than before we started. This can hardly be considered success.

They claim that more government surveillance will keep us safe. But the UK is already the most intrusive surveillance state in the western world. The Manchester bomber was surely on the radar screen. According to press reports, he was known to the British intelligence services, he had traveled and possibly trained in bomb-making in Libya and Syria, his family members warned the authorities that he was dangerous, and he even flew terrorist flags over his house. What more did he need to do to signal that he may be a problem? Yet somehow even in Orwellian UK, the authorities missed all the clues.

But it is even worse than that. The British government actually granted permission for its citizens of Libyan background to travel to Libya and fight alongside al-Qaeda to overthrow Gaddafi. After months of battle and indoctrination, it then welcomed these radicalized citizens back to the UK. And we are supposed to be surprised and shocked that they attack?

The real problem is that both Washington and London are more interested in regime change overseas than any blowback that might come to the rest of us back home. They just do not care about the price we pay for their foreign policy actions. No grand announcement of new resolve to “fight terrorism” can be successful unless we understand what really causes terrorism. They do not hate us because we are rich and free. They hate us because we are over there, bombing them.

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Local Politics / Re: Elections 2018
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 29, 2017, 09:53:51 AM »

 Speech of Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło




 The Golden Dawn
On Race / Re: The Reality of Race
« Last post by Apollo on May 29, 2017, 06:07:54 AM »
A few years ago, Harvard University had introduced a new history subject about Black, Asian and Jewish history. Since no one had actually applied for this course, Harvard have modified the history month to include these subjects.

Universities are applying such measures in order to guarantee a constant supply of compliant adherents of the system, loyal to the same masters.

"Sooner or later, the only solution would be the brandishing of sawn-off shotguns" - J.Ashley
Local Politics / Re: Elections 2018
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 28, 2017, 08:48:54 PM »
Re previous post.

The Squalid Socialist Renzi spoke today that Italy and Malta are showing the heart of mercy, humanism etc.,
This is the reality, you fool - and we are still in the beginning of summer.
Look at this Black gold disgorging themselves onto Italy - the unfolding tragedy.

The Golden Dawn
Count the Immigrants / Re: Blacks will be Blacks
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 28, 2017, 07:48:44 PM »

 Virginia: Black “Randomly” Murders White Cop, Again
Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 28, 2017

These murders are not “random.”

Black people are at war with white people, and to some extent, non-white cops.

It’s not a very organized war, but it is a war nonetheless, and the reason for it is that the Jewish media is purposefully inciting them with insane lies that cops are just murdering them on the street for no reason.

In the cases of both Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, it was proven in a court of law – judgments no one questions – that the blacks were the aggressors and deserved to die. Yet still, the Jewish media parades them around as victims of “hate crimes” by Whites.

The only conceivable reason they would be doing this is to provoke this type of murder. And they are doing it in concert, as part of an organized conspiracy.

But no one will call them out.

Because they’re God’s chosen people and sixty Bagelion of them were murdered by Adolf Hitler for no reason and turned into lampshades.

Fox News:

A convicted felon was taken into custody Saturday following a massive overnight search in the fatal shooting of a veteran Virginia state trooper.

Virginia State Police said Travis Ball, 27, was arrested at a residence in Heathsville in Northumberland County just after daybreak.

Ball was wanted in the shooting death of Special Agent Michael T. Walter, 45, in Richmond. The trooper, an ex-Marine and an 18-year veteran of the state police, died early Saturday. Tips led police to Heathsville, a town 70 miles from Richmond....

Blacks have absolutely no capacity to understand that impulsive actions have consequences beyond the immediate.

Presumably, this colored gentleman did not want to spend the rest of his life in prison, simply to kill someone he doesn’t know “because of the color of his skin.”

But they are evolved to behave this way. In Africa, when someone from an enemy tribe approached you, you killed them quickly or they killed you. They didn’t evolve to be a diplomatic people.

And there were no prisons in Africa.


 Blacks have no restraining gene - they are arrogant and aggressive at the least altercation.
They should not be living in White Territories - this is only asking for trouble.
In our coming Imperium, not one single Black will be allowed - nor their White trash women and mixed offspring.

The Golden Dawn
The Jesuits / Re: The Jesuits subforum
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 28, 2017, 08:36:41 AM »

 Sunday, May 28, 2017, 00:01 by Fr Patrick Magro

On responsible leadership

Jesuit education has produced great leaders over the years. This is no coincidence. It is indeed one of the principles of Jesuit formation to form leaders who will be catalysts of change and advancement in different spheres of society.
This aspect of Jesuit life goes back to our founder, St Ignatius, who wanted to form a group of people who could change society for the better and leave their mark, inspired by the Gospel values.
As a past pupil of a Jesuit college as well as now being a Jesuit myself, I am convinced of the profound effect this type of formation has on a person. St Ignatius, the founder of the Jesuits, followed by the contribution of various experts in the Jesuit way of life, integrated his deep spiritual experience into a pedagogy for the formation of youth based on sound values that shape a person’s character.
Jesuit principles are vast and visionary, but in brief the main characteristics of this type of education focus on forming persons with a radical desire to serve others, persons committed wholeheartedly to the common good, persons with a mature conscience which influences all the important choices they make, persons who feel compassion for those who are suffering and who do their utmost to use their position of leadership to ease that suffering and empower those in difficult social situations, persons with a strong sense of justice which permeates their whole being and drives them to positive action, and last but definitely not least, a deep love for God which gives a deeper and more complete sense to all the previous principles.
Some political leaders are a very faithful reflection of the Jesuit principles they received during their years of formation…while others do not reflect these principles at all!
As the provincial of the Jesuits in Malta, I often find myself before people who ask me how it is that we Jesuits produce so many political leaders in the world, some of whom are a very faithful reflection of the Jesuit principles they received during their years of formation in a school of ours somewhere in the world, while others do not reflect these principles at all!
I must be honest and say that despite the many very commendable successes we have seen throughout history, this kind of question sometimes makes me feel very uncomfortable, as it also makes me face the reality that Jesuit education does not always turn out to be as effective as I would like.
From my personal experience, I can comfortably say that the education I received from St Aloysius College, to­get­her with my family background, have led me to make radical choices to be able to make a difference, no matter how small this may be, in the world around me.
I love meeting past pupils who are leaders in very many different spheres of Maltese society and seeing how the education they received has left an indelible mark on the way they live and take decisions to the benefit of so many others.
But it also hurts me profoundly to see past pupils who, after having gone through several years of Jesuit education, are bad examples of what it means to be a leader and through their words and actions go against the core principles of the education they received from us Jesuits.
The present protagonists of the political scene in our country also received a Jesuit education, and all publicly say they are proud of the education they received.
I would therefore like to make a wholehearted appeal to all of them, no matter which political party they belong to, to do some soul-searching and revisit the Jesuit education they received, to choose the common good over personal interest, to set a good example of what it means to be men and women who work hard for the good of others, to be persons outstanding in their quest for justice and last but de­finitely not least, to let their faith in God guide them in all they think and do.
Fr Patrick Magro, SJ, is provincial of the Maltese Jesuit province.


 A poisoned article written in true Jesuitical fashion.
Most our Members of Parliament have come out of that Jesuit school - a viper's nest.
And look at them: lies and treason and greed and perjury...


The Golden Dawn
Local Politics / Re: Malta's Third Party?
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 27, 2017, 09:24:37 PM »

 Voluntary Organisations obtaining EU funds for Integration of Migrants



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Local Politics / Re: Elections 2018
« Last post by IMPERIUM on May 27, 2017, 08:34:41 PM »

 Former Italy PM Matteo Renzi to address Labour mass meeting

Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will be addressing the Labour Party mass meeting in Floriana tomorrow, Labour media have announced.

Matteo Renzi served as Italy head of government from February 2014 until December 2016, when he resigned after the rejection of his constitutional reform.

Renzi served as President of the Province of Florence from 2004 to 2009 and as Mayor of Florence from 2009 to 2014.

Matteo Renzi's father Tiziano Renzi is being investigated for illicit peddling of influence....


 It can be said that if our PM loses the election, he would have lost it in the last few days of the campaign.
The Russian gaffe and now this: inviting this insipid traitor, who filled Italy with a million boat people, picking them up just outside Libyan waters:
then flushing them all over Europe.

A Squalid Socialist of the worst kind - and most Maltese detest him.
Should the Christian Hypocrites win this Election: it will not be through their own merit.
It will be the fault of the party in power, stumbling from one blunder to another.

The Golden Dawn
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