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National Socialism & Fascism / Re: Sir Oswald Mosley
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 14, 2017, 07:17:41 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbbL4l359bo


Oswald Mosley: Europeans (Documentary)


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The Man who could have averted the senseless, fratricidal WW2 pushed by the Jews and the criminal Churchill.
The Man who would have averted the present mess we, Europeans are now in.
The Man who would have been the Torchbearer to our New Europe: Nova Europa.



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World Politics / Re: Poland
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 14, 2017, 05:42:56 PM »
https://dailystormer.red/poland-makes-jewish-banker-their-prime-minister/


Poland Makes Jewish Banker Their Prime Minister

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
December 14, 2017


Mounting pressure from the European Union and international Jewry over rising Polish nationalism led to a shocking coup that replaced Prime Minister Beata Maria Szydło with foreign educated, Brussels-backed finance minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

Morawiecki is a Johnny-come-lately in the alt-lite tier Law and Justice Party, which he only joined in 2015 when they were tasked to form a government.

Morawiecki’s meteoric rise has sparked controversy, with rumors floating around that his job is to implement Brussels African and Arab migrant quotas and increase Poland’s “European” integration. Detractors believe the seemingly random political swap was the work of foreign powers unhappy with the path Poland is on.

Oh, did I mention that he’s also a rootless cosmopolitan Jewish banker?

Times of Israel:

    Poland’s new prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, was officially sworn into office Monday along with the Cabinet members who served under his predecessor.

    The country’s prime minister of the last two years, Beata Szydlo, was sworn in as deputy prime minister during the ceremony at the Presidential Palace.

    There had been speculation in Poland Monday that the Cabinet might undergo immediate changes. That proved not to be the case as the other ministers took their oaths one-by-one and signed declarations pledging to observe the Constitution.

    Morawiecki, who previously held the posts of deputy prime minister and minister of finance and development, was picked last week to head the government by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the powerful leader of the ruling Law and Justice party. Kaczynski attended the swearing-in ceremony.

    The new prime minister, who has Jewish roots, said his task will also be to preserve Poland’s national identity and culture.

    “This will be a government of continuation,” and of “hope and optimism,” Morawiecki said, adding that prosperity for families, well-paid jobs and affordable housing would be priorities.

    Szydlo was popular among Poles, but the country’s image abroad has suffered as a result of the conservative government’s refusal to accept migrants, pursuit of logging in a virgin forest and more assertive stance toward Germany.

    Perhaps the most critical point of controversy has been the way Law and Justice has consolidated the government’s control over the judiciary, something the European Union sees as a violation of the rule of law.

    Explaining the switch in leadership, party officials said the government needs to focus on the economy, which has grown in recent years but is seen as in need of a push for innovation — and to improve Poland’s standing in the European Union and with other foreign nations.

    Morawiecki, a former banker who speaks English and German, is seen as better prepared to represent Poland internationally.

The question that remains unanswered: if Poland is a “democracy” and relegated Prime Minister Szydlo was popular, why was she overthrown and replaced with some English-speaking Jewish usurer?

Does anyone really trust him to “preserve Poland’s national identity and culture”?

“Poland’s national identity and culture”

To get a hint as to what Morawiecki thinks Polish identity is, see his recent statement about Poles serving Jews being the pinnacle of Polish national life.

My guess is this neo-liberal will go on a massive privatization spree, declare the need for immigrants to “increase the GDP,” and open the borders while Poles are distracted by short-term economic prosperity (fueled by high-interest credit).



Then when it’s time to pay the bill, Poles will be broke, ankle deep in negroes and Arabs and unable to do anything coherent about it.

Sounds crazy, but Poland isn’t as “based” as you might think. Once the older generations die, bougie careerist women who exclusively consume (((American media))) and are taught at George Soros University will begin ascending to power with the EU’s support. The amount of NGO investment towards this end is unreal, and Poland isn’t doing enough to fight it like Hungary is.

The Poles want European subsidies without selling their national soul? Not going to happen. Poland must leave the European Union or else it is merely delaying its doom.

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Them! Always Them!
So difficult to get rid of the cockroach.
It always comes back.



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The Golden Dawn
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European Union / Re: EU Discussion Forum
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 14, 2017, 02:42:35 PM »
http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2017-12-14/world-news/With-unity-in-peril-European-leaders-tackle-refugee-quotas-6736182608


With unity in peril, European leaders tackle refugee quotas

European Union leaders will grapple Thursday with one of the most divisive issues ever to face the 28-nation bloc; how to collectively share responsibility for the tens of thousands of people arriving on Europe's southern shores in search of a better life.

Ahead of an EU summit in Brussels, fresh tensions have surfaced over the perceived need for national refugee quotas. So far, solidarity with front-line nations Greece and Italy, where the refugees land, has been limited. A mandatory quota scheme was opposed mainly by eastern European nations — the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

For Europe, the political crisis over migrants is existential, despite the fact that migrant arrivals have dropped dramatically this year.

As hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees trekked northward from Greece in 2015, some EU nations erected fences, launched police crackdowns and closed borders, forcing migrants onto their neighbors. ID checks were reintroduced in parts of Europe's passport-free travel area, hampering trade, business and tourism.

That fueled anti-immigrant parties and the far-right made significant political inroads.

"The migration crisis was a kind of character test for the EU," Roderick Parkes, senior analyst at the EU's Institute for Security Studies, wrote Wednesday.

It has tested the EU's "capacity to lead in the field of refugee reception, to seize the economic opportunities of immigration and to share the burden borne by Turkey, Lebanon or Kenya by resettling refugees. And the EU failed the test, on all counts," he wrote.

At the center of Europe's migrant malaise are refugee quotas. In response to the arrival of more than 1 million migrants in 2015, EU nations voted by a large majority to share 160,000 of those fleeing conflict or persecution to help ease the burden on overwhelmed Greece and Italy.

Hungary challenged the quotas at Europe's top court but lost.

In an effort to clear the air, EU Council President Donald Tusk, who will chair the two-day summit in Brussels, has put the issue at the top of the agenda. But in branding the scheme ineffective, he has angered Europe's top migration official and lawmakers involved in drawing it up.

"The issue of mandatory quotas has proven to be highly divisive and the approach has received disproportionate attention in light of its impact on the ground; in this sense it has turned out to be ineffective," Tusk wrote to the EU leaders.

But EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos slammed the note as "unacceptable. It is anti-European and it denies, it ignores, all the work we have done during the past years."

"This paper is undermining one of the main pillars of the European project; the principle of solidarity. Europe without solidarity cannot exist," he said. "It is a duty — moral and legal — to protect refugees."

Greens lawmaker Ska Keller said "Tusk is undermining the prospects of a solidarity-based refugee policy in Europe" and that "without a fair redistribution of refugees, European asylum policy will remain vulnerable to crisis."

The European Commission says 32,000 people from the asylum scheme have found homes. But that figure — less than a quarter of the original target — masks the legal challenges, abuses and suffering as thousands of migrants and refugees have languished in the Greek islands.

The main reason for the drop in migrant numbers is the EU's agreement with Turkey, which saw the bloc mobilize its financial might to convince Ankara to stop Syrian refugees from crossing the sea to nearby Greece and to take back thousands already there.

Spurred by that success, the EU is leveraging its considerable development aid as it draws up other outsourcing arrangements, mostly with Libya's poor neighbors to stop Africans unlikely to qualify for asylum from heading there to take treacherous sea journeys to Italy.

Tusk wants Thursday's summit discussions to promote mutual understanding about the migration challenges that the EU's neighbors face. He also wants the leaders to endorse plans to make migration a part of the EU's long-term budget, rather than rely on ad-hoc contributions.

No concrete decisions will be made Thursday. The future of mandatory refugee quotas for nations should be made clearer next June.

"It is important to look at what has — and what has not — worked over the past two years, and draw the necessary lessons," Tusk wrote. "The migration challenge is here to stay."

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Roderick Parkes, senior analyst at the EU's Institute for Security Studies says Immigration is a "character test" for Europe.
Avramopoulos slammed the Tusk note as "unacceptable. It is anti-European..."
These are the minions leading this Judaic Europe - the plan is the extermination of the White Race.

And the weapon the Jews use? 
Guilt, pangs of conscience, visions of 6 million rats gassed and cremated.
THE JESUS POISON.



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The Golden Dawn
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Health and well-being / Re: Public Health
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 14, 2017, 11:27:17 AM »
http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/comment/blogs/82988/we_do_have_a_problem_and_a_solution__chris_fearne#.WjJQFlWnHIW

We do have a problem… and a solution | Chris Fearne
'I am hopeful that not turning a blind eye to the reality in Marsa and diligently doing something about it is the only way forward'


(see comments)


The Lies of those who want to destroy us.
Lying about Health Risks these Illegal Immigrants pose.
Such posters are seen at our Health Clinics - disgraceful.


http://careformigrants.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Poster-for-web.pdf


This is the untold Truth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8RBYfvXux0&t=5s


00512
The Golden Dawn
Imperium


 
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Ask Lowell / Re: LGBT
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 14, 2017, 10:16:07 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=158&v=BlvT1hCe2f8


Hail to the European Mother!

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The White Race needs more daughters: future bearers of astronauts, artists, archaeologists, engineers, soldiers and Culture Bearers.
There is no place in our world of women, Race Traitors who cohabit with Africans and other non Europids.
These women will become outcasts, booted out of White Lands for ever.
 




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The Golden Dawn
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World Issues / Re: Italy
« Last post by maltapride88camilleri on December 14, 2017, 12:29:18 AM »
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Count the Immigrants / Re: National Commission for the Promotion of Equality
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 13, 2017, 06:51:02 PM »
Read previous post.
Yes indeed, Bringing locals and migrants together is healthy for society.



http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/22/locals-fled-pool-after-migrants-masturbated-into-jacuzzi-defecated-into-kids-pool-molested-bathers/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

Locals Fled Pool After Migrants Masturbated Into Jacuzzi, Defecated Into Kid's Pool, Invaded Girls Changing Rooms - Breitbart

A German swimming bath has banned migrants from entering the premises after a group of men went on an obscene rampage, laughing in the faces of pool staff when challenged about their grotesque behaviour.

A group of migrant men and women were caught on security camera at the Johannisbad baths in Zwickau, Saxony engaging in unacceptable behaviour, including masturbating into the jacuzzi. In separate incidents other groups of migrants were caught “contaminating” the children’t training pool by “emptying their bowels in the water”, and sexually assaulting other bathers, reports Bild.

The allegations against the migrant bathers has come to light thanks to a leaked internal letter from the Zwickau Town Hall, between the chief clerk to his department head, reproduced in part by German tabloid Bild. Writing of the historic swimming pool’s decision to close their doors to migrants until further notice, Rainer Kallweit wrote this week of a shocking incident which has left the baths abandoned by local swimmers.

In his report, the authenticity of which has since been confirmed by the city administration Mr. Kallweit wrote the shocking words:

“An asylum seeker has masturbated in the hot tub and ejaculated into the basin. This is also recorded on the surveillance camera”. He wrote that the group desecrating the jacuzzi, having been thrown out by the lifeguards later returned took “selfies” of themselves while they were in the tub, “jeering” the whole time.

Writing of another pool under his jurisdiction in the down of Zwickau, the town employee continued to say a group of “young unaccompanied women and children” used the children’s training pool, as none of the party could swim. He wrote, in classic civil servants language they “contaminated the pool by getting rid of the contents of their intestines. Native people immediately left the pool”.

This was not the only assault on the pool. The day before, wrote Mr. Wallweit “8 foreign men … in the sauna” harassed locals, forcing pool staff to pretend the Sauna was out of action when enquiries were made my migrant men, if there were at that time local women using it. He told his superiors: “furthermore, the lifeguards have to protect women and girls from the asylum seekers. Young men wanted to forcibly penetrate the female changing room”.

Police are now investigating the allegations, and in future will be called immediately in case of such behaviour.

The local radio station reports the actions of the migrants has caused “outrage”, and a number of sexual harassment of women and girls by migrants has been reported. Migrants have now been banned from the pool until they can be educated at the migrant centres about “behaviour towards woman and girls in swimwear” and the “user regulations of our baths”.

This behaviour in Zwickau is not by any means unique in Germany. Breitbart London has reported on a number of sex attacks on children in swimming baths over the past week, with girls as young as 11 and boys as young as three being targeted by migrant gangs. On one occasion in Munich, a pair of young girls enjoying the waterslide at their local pool were groped, “allegedly under their bathing suits”, “and possibly raped” by a gang of “refugees”.

The men believed to be responsible, Syrian and Afghan asylum seekers, were arrested and released by police.


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The Golden Dawn
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Count the Immigrants / Re: National Commission for the Promotion of Equality
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 13, 2017, 05:43:37 PM »
https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20171213/local/bringing-locals-and-migrants-together-is-healthy-for-society-study.665581


Wednesday, December 13, 2017, 17:04

Bringing locals and migrants together is healthy for society, study suggests
JRS says government must do more to pull its weight


  Projects which bring locals and migrants together greatly benefit social cohesion, but organisations which run them are often bogged down providing basic services which should be the government’s responsibility, a new report has found.

Spanning two years and eight partner countries including Malta, JRS Europe’s I Get You project looked at various community building initiatives and their effects on participants. Local researchers assessed 20 such initiatives, from intercultural evenings to drop-in centres, language lessons and prayer groups.

They found overwhelming evidence that the projects left both local volunteers and migrant participants better off.

READ: The priest who refused to walk away from hell

“Most of the volunteers we met described their experience as humbling and spoke of how they felt they had received more than they had given,” report writers noted, adding that migrants interviewed all said that the initiatives had “made them feel welcome and respected... without the fear of being judged on the basis of their appearance.”

Despite the benefits, the study found that many such local initiatives found it hard to offer truly intercultural progammes which forced migrants and locals to mingle. Instead, many organisations were forced to dedicate their scarce resources to offering migrants basic services, such as language and employment training.

READ: More xenophobia than homophobia in Malta, study finds

“Only when the government takes up these responsibilities will CBIs be able to shift their focus to other activities, including a greater emphasis on proper community-building, encounter and inter-culturalism,” the report noted.

It highlighted a number of ways in which the government could help give organisations offering community-building initiatives a boost:

Provide them with physical spaces where they could meet
Involve them in policy-making, to ensure community concerns are catered for
Include human rights education and cultural diversity in the national curriculum for schools
Help local councils organise events which bring residents from different cultures together
Introduce a national integration strategy
Establish a human rights and equality commission that allows migrants to seek redress when their rights are denied to them
The report also highlights five local initiatives which should be adopted by others as models of good practice: Integra Foundation’s drop-in centre Dinja Waħda; the Third Country National Support Network; Communities of Hospitality; Spark 15; and the Centre for Missionary Animation’s school awareness-raising programme.

Why does Malta need more community-building initiatives?

Studies consistently show that despite its small size, Maltese and migrants remain worlds apart. A UNHCR survey found, among other things, that 57% of locals think migrants’ cultures do not enrich their lives. 43% of respondents admitted that they had never had any form of interaction with a migrant or refugee. Of those that did, most said interactions took place at work, in the street or in shops – indicating that true intercultural friendship bonds remain few and far between.


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IL-GIZWITI MGIDDMIN!
Iridu jeqirdu lil-gensna akkost ta-kollox.
Tradituri li, bhal Lhud, gew imkeccija min kul pajjis li kienu fih - darbtejn min Malta.



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The Golden Dawn
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European Union / Re: EU Discussion Forum
« Last post by IMPERIUM on December 13, 2017, 09:43:33 AM »
https://euobserver.com/migration/140255


Commission attacks Tusk on 'anti-European' migrant plan


By NIKOLAJ NIELSEN

BRUSSELS, 12. DEC, 17:56
The European Commission has described as "unacceptable" plans by Donald Tusk, the European Council president, to scrap mandatory quotas on relocating asylum seekers across the EU.

Speaking in Strasbourg on Tuesday (12 December), EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos, said a note put forward by Tusk ahead of an EU summit is anti-European.

"It denies, it ignores, all the work that we have done during the past three years," said Avramopoulos.

Avramopoulos said the Tusk paper also undermines "one of the main pillars of the European project, the principal of solidarity".

He said "solidarity cannot be cherry picked" and that Europe has a moral and legal duty to protect refugees.

The unusually frank comments come ahead of discussions on migration on Thursday among EU leaders at a summit in Brussels.

Tusk in a paper tells the leaders that the mandatory quotas, as proposed by the commission under broader asylum reforms, are both "highly divisive" and "turned out to be ineffective."

Tusk made similar comments in October when he announced that obligatory quotas have "no future" given the outright defiance from the so-called Visegrad group of countries composed of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia.


A two-year relocation scheme of asylum seekers from Greece and Italy to other EU states ended with the commission taking the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland to the EU's top court in Luxembourg last week.

All three balked at taking in asylum seekers.

Italy and Visegrad to meet Thursday
The issue of mandatory quotas, which the commission views as a key component of an EU-wide solidarity reform known as Dublin, has so far failed to reach any consensus among bickering member states.

Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia had voted against the relocation mechanism in 2015 but were required to take in people anyway. The issue was viewed in the respective states through a prism of sovereignty and security.

"Tusk believes that things as they stand now, it is difficult now to find a consensus based on the mandatory quota," a senior EU official told reporters in Brussels on Tuesday.

He said that the voting process that led to the 2015 mandatory relocation scheme had instead "contributed to further divisions".

Italy and Greece are leading EU states that are at odds with the Visegrad group, and are pushing for greater commitments to ease pressure of migratory flows, given that most people enter either Italy or Greece first before heading further north in Europe.

On Thursday, Italy along with the Visegrad group of member states will meet to discuss solidarity - but in terms of getting more EU states to shore up funding for the EU trust fund for Africa.

The EU official said the meeting "will demonstrate solidarity, not in the form of relocation, but in the form the trust fund."

The fund has some €3.3 billion, of which EU states, including Norway and Switzerland, have only pledged around €375 million.

Bulgaria, which will take the helm of the upcoming EU presidency, has contributed only €50,000.

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Burden Sharing has evaporated.
12 years wasted by the buffoons we sent to Brussels:
Xmun ic-Cirinnew, Metsola il-Pecluqa, Kommodini tal-Kalzett Spareggati, u Dalli tal-Push Chair.

JA PURCINELLI



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The Golden Dawn
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World Politics / Re: Poland
« Last post by Eman Cross1 on December 12, 2017, 04:46:00 PM »
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