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Monday, 20th February 2017

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Thank God for Islam and thank God for ISIS

...they may yet be our salvation

Harry Richardson

Harry Richardson is a long-time student of Islam and author of best seller, "the Story Of Mohammed - Islam Unveiled',


For the longest time, we have had diversity and anti-racism rammed down our throats. Strangely enough however, the people doing this don’t really seem to care about diversity and anti-racism. At least not for non-white nations.

If they did, they might have said something about what happened in Zimbabwe. The minority Europeans of Zimbabwe were threatened, raped or murdered before being ethnically cleansed from the country.

None of these diversity Nazis complained about it. Neither did they complain about the lack of diversity in any of the other African nations that ejected Europeans.

                Elderly "Farangs" accused of playing cards detained in a Thai police station  

Thailand is currently working to make it harder for Western “Farangs” to stay in that country. Despite this, the diversity police are strangely silent once again. Likewise, China, Japan, Korea and other non-Western nations never come under pressure to increase diversity. Enrichment just doesn’t seem to be important for nations with homogenous populations of Asian or African people.

This might sound strange, but I would like to live in a nation which has a majority of ethnically European people. Quite a lot of Europeans feel this way. Strangely enough, a remarkably large number of non-European people feel this way too.

This view however, is unacceptable or (depending on where you live) illegal for white people like me.

                                                         Murdered white farmer

If current trends continue, then within 30 to 40 years, there will probably be no nation in the world which is majority European. Europeans (and only Europeans), will not have the option of living in a nation in which they constitute an ethnic majority.

Maybe that will work out just fine, but I have some reservations about this. If I express these reservations however, I am vilified as a racist. Why? I have no wish to burn crosses on people’s lawns. I have friends, family and children who are not white. That doesn’t mean that I want to radically change the ethnic or cultural identity of this country however.

I don’t believe our rulers have the right to do this either. Not without first consulting the people. Who the hell do they think they are? It also appears, that a large (and growing) number of people feel the same way. Unfortunately, these people have been bullied and threatened into silence. 

The silence of so many has left us feeling that we are a minority, that we are “extreme.”

We are made to feel that a nation in which the power is in the hands of a white majority is somehow evil or dangerous. Trying to argue against these people is pointless. They own the newspapers, the TV stations, the universities and the politicians.

Five minutes studying European history proves that cultural diversity is a disaster. Yet if you quiz them on it, the only answer the Left can give us is, “Black lives matter! Black lives matter! Black lives matter!”

Australians send their children to school thinking they will get an education. Instead, they come home believing that their parents are bigoted simply because they happen to care about their country.

Up until a little while ago, it all seemed so hopeless. The useful idiots and their paymasters had things all sewn up. They couldn’t lose. Everything was just going so perfectly. But then they met Islam.

They just couldn’t help themselves. The Muslims were so brash, so confident, so aggressive. It was love at first smite.

They just had so much in common. They hated capitalism, they hated Christians, they hated America, they hated white people and they hated people who hate (because Love Trumps Hate). It was like, OMG, I totally agree, right?

They knew Islam was bad, but they were sure it could be reformed. It had never happened before but they just knew that this time it would be different. They would settle down together and live happily ever after. Those "deplorables" just didn’t know what they were talking about.

Of course, bad boys don’t settle down. It was always a fantasy. These deluded fools underestimated Islam completely. They really believed that underneath that tough exterior was a heart of gold.

There wasn’t. There wasn’t a heart at all, in fact if thereever was it was bad to the bone.

In desperation, they cling, tragically to their dreams. They hang on desperately, because to let go means to admit that they were wrong.

That is the one thing they fear above all others. It is a fate worse than a jihadists bullet. The admission that the "deplorables" were right all along.

They see only one way out. They need to bring in enough migrants to out vote the awful racist white people. If they can do that, they feel confident that they can keep themselves in power. That way they will never have to admit they were wrong

The tide however, is now moving against these lunatics. Thanks to ISIS (and other jihadist organisations) people are starting to realise that something is terribly wrong with Islam.

Each atrocity undermines the claims of the Left and leaves people more open to the truth.

Once people see what Islam is really all about, they realise how brazenly they have been lied to. When that happens, they understand the danger of our current policies and how treacherous our political classes are.

This trend is undermining the political establishment. It is working in favour of people who have the best interests of their nations at heart.

I know my book has made a difference. Last Christmas I dropped my prices and asked people to give copies as Christmas presents. Due to popular demand, I am going to repeat it once more. If you haven’t done so already, this is a great way to get the information out there. If you don’t have relatives who would appreciate it, you could just wrap it up and put it in your neighbour’s letter box.

I think we are getting much closer to breaking the grip these treacherous elites have on power. When we do, we will have the chance to hold them accountable.

I’m proud to be part of that process. I hope you will be too.


Top Photo...White funded Black angry Men wearing Gang Colours.... matching Bowties and Kerchiefs...Nothing changes... Red for the Muscle Grey for the bosses..

Declare Islam a proscribed organisation.

The left wing media hasn't gone away.

The left wing media hasn't gone away.

You'd have to be able to run faster than it could fall: wouldn't like my chances.

Was in TCB in the 60,s. Saw a gum lose it's branch with a good crack, lots of yelling then a bloke came out through the side of his hutchie. Missed him by inches.

Did they say what nationality they were? Oh, bring back conscription for little buggers that do this kind of thing .

New story up.

Donald Trump, the US president-elect, unleashed a storm of angry tweets on Sunday after Hillary Clinton's campaign said it would join with Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate, in trying to secure recounts in key states.

Mr Trump accused Mrs Clinton, his Democratic rival for the presidency, of hypocrisy and called the recount push a "scam".

Meanwhile, a senior Trump aide warned that Mr Trump had not ruled out launching a criminal probe into the former secretary of state over her email scandal.

Wisconsin has already begun a recount and Pennsylvania and Michigan may soon follow after Dr Stein raised more than $6 million (£4.8 million) to fund the new tallies. A small group of computer scientists and election lawyers sparked the efforts by claiming to have evidence that voting machines in the states could have been manipulated to help Mr Trump.

Mr Trump began the barrage on Saturday night, writing: "the Green Party scam to fill up their coffers by asking for impossible recounts is now being joined by the badly defeated and demoralised Dems".
Hours later, he added: "The Democrats, when they incorrectly thought they were going to win, asked that the election night tabulation be accepted. Not so anymore!"

He then issued a string of seven tweets over the course of an hour using Mrs Clinton's own words against her.

"Hillary Clinton conceded the election when she called me just prior to the victory speech and after the results were in. Nothing will change," he wrote.
Mr Trump then noted that his former rival had said, prior to election day, that it was "horrifying" that he would not promise to accept the election outcome.

Marc Elias, general counsel for the Clinton campaign, released a statement saying the campaign had "concerns" about the claims that the election may have been hacked and felt "an obligation" to supporters to pursue the recounts.

That decision was taken despite the White House saying the elections had been fair and the result was the "will of the American people".

Mrs Clinton won the popular vote by more than two million votes but the unexpected results in the three Midwestern states propelled Mr Trump to the White House.
Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to the president-elect, called Mrs Clinton's decision to join the recount push "incredible", noting that Mr Trump could still choose to push for another email investigation.

Mrs Conway told CNN: "He's been incredibly gracious and magnanimous to Secretary Clinton at a time when, for whatever reason, her folks are saying they will join in a recount to try to somehow undo the 70-plus electoral votes that he beat her by."
She added: "The idea that we are going to drag this out now where the president-elect has been incredibly magnanimous to the Clintons and to the Obamas is pretty incredible."

Mrs Conway, who served as Mr Trump's campaign manager, also continued to snipe at Mitt Romney, who is being considered for secretary of state despite being one of the property billionaire's harshest critics during the campaign.

"It's just breathtaking in scope and intensity the type of messages I've received from all over the country," she said, 'the number of people who feel betrayed to think that Governor Romney would get the most prominent Cabinet post after he went so far out of his way to hurt Donald Trump."

Other members of Mr Trump's inner circle are backing Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor, for secretary of state.

Mr Trump asked diners at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Thanksgiving whether they thought he should pick Mr Romney or Mr Giuliani, according to the New York Post.

O/T: Anybody else here on "Gab" yet? If you are you can follow me at the same handle: @funkybarfly and I'll follow back. Lot's of Aussies there at #AusFam. #PizzaGate is the top trending hashtag. Seeing as though Twitter and Reddit suck so much it's a great alternative and it's growing fast.

Michigan’s Board of Canvassers is scheduled to certify the state’s election results at 2 p.m. Monday. After those results are certified, Stein has until Wednesday to request a recount through the Secretary of State. If that happens, a tedious and expensive process will begin to hand count the 4,799,284 ballots cast in the presidential race in the state.

The Michigan Secretary of State's office said Saturday it is researching how federal law affects the timeline to complete a recount, but it anticipates that a recount would have to be done before Dec. 19 when the electoral college, including the 16 people who make up Michigan's, meets to cast its votes for president, said spokesman Fred Woodhams.

Put the little bastards in boot camp, and then off to Afghanistan for a long tour.

Misrepresenting the People
By Caoimhghin Ó Croidheáin
Global Research, November 27, 2016
Region: Europe, USA

The recent article League of Nationalists in The Economist (19-11-2016, pps. 51-54) sets out to answer the question: ‘All around the world, nationalists are gaining ground. Why?’

Despite noting that ‘many countries are shifting from the universal, civic nationalism towards the blood-and-soil, ethnic sort’, the authors agree that ‘comparisons with the 1930s are fatuous.’

The authors also argue that ‘as positive patriotism warps into negative nationalism, solidarity is mutating into distrust of minorities’. It could also be argued that, with the election of Trump, negative nationalism [Bushism] is warping into positive patriotism [Trumpism] as Americans demand that their multinational corporations be held accountable for their evasion of their responsibilities to the state which they managed through the creation of tariff free areas [in the past state income consisted of up to 90% of tariffs], export of jobs [outsourcing] and tax reductions [in Ireland their taxes had been reduced to as little as 2%].

According to the article:

‘Many westerners, particularly older ones, liked their countries as they were and never asked for the immigration that turned Europe more Muslim and America less white and Protestant. They object to their discomfort being dismissed as racism.’ They liked their countries as they were before when their countries were less indebted, less involved in military activities abroad and basic services did not roll from crisis to crisis. After all, it was not their decision to be re-designated ‘consumer’ rather than ‘citizen’.

They also write:

‘Western voters aged 60 and over – the most national cohort – have lived through a faster cultural and economic overhaul than any previous generation, and seem to have had enough.’ It is true they have had enough. They have seen university fees and taxes going up and social services going down. They have seen through immigration as mainly facilitating military adventurism abroad. They are long in the tooth enough to know that there is no real democracy in the EU. They want to wrest control of their society back into their own hands for their future and the future of their naive iphone obsessed children. Maybe for the first time in their lives they have made a political decision that was actually in accordance with all the realisations they have had over the years but never acted upon.

They do ‘dislike the balkanisation of their countries into identity groups’ as they grew up with concepts like that of the ‘citizen’ where all were equal before the state in the social contract of rights and responsibilities.

These ‘nationalists’ are contrasted with liberals whose ‘two sources of identity: being a good global citizen (who cares about climate change and sweatshops in Bangladesh) and belonging to an identity group that has nothing to do with the nation (Hispanic, gay, Buddhist, etc).’ Liberals stress non-nationalist identities and welcoming in immigrants. This is laudatory except they do this without questioning why the immigrants are coming in and doing something about it or else they support the wars of dominance that result in the mass migrations of their victims to safe havens away from the ‘dictators’. The liberal dislike of any state control makes them easy prey to those who really couldn’t care less if Bashar al-Assad, for example, is a ‘dictator’ or not, but, rather whose geopolitical side he is dictating on.

Some populist leaders supporting Brexit tend to emphasise the objectives of ordinary people but studiously avoid the agenda of the 1%. They avoid discussing the geopolitical alignments and re-alignments of their political masters, their agendas for global domination, their constant creation of new free trade areas, their endless sourcing out the cheapest labour costs in the world, their unceasing seeking out of the lowest taxation on their profits and their control of the media and the banks everywhere. Read on at

Great article Harry, just all so true. I just wish our politicians could see it.

Breitbart : A Syrian migrant and known Islamic State sympathiser stopped at the Danish/German border after he was found to have materials for making explosives - but was let go by German police.

Breibart : German left parties conspire to prevent migrant deportations.

Breitbart: Nigel Farage - If Le Pen wins, the EU is over......

Trump really is nuts. First he refused to accept the result if he lost, then he won and called it all legit. Now he says there were millions of illegal votes, but presumes (Trump Crystal Ball) that they were all for Hillary. If that's what he thinks, there should be a recount. A total Fruit Loop.

Donald Trump took some time off from staffing his White House and enjoying Thanksgiving to go on a series of Twitter rampages this weekend. The proximate cause of his rage is the movement for audits of the vote in a few key states — an effort he derided as, well, “Sad!” But his anger took a darker turn on Sunday afternoon, when he blasted out this missive:

"In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally."

There’s much to say on this, but here are a few of the obvious points:

Trump has lost the thread of his own argument. The point of Trump’s tweets was to dismiss those questioning the legitimacy of the vote. “The Green Party scam to fill up their coffers by asking for impossible recounts is now being joined by the badly defeated & demoralized Dems,” he tweeted, adding, “Nothing will change.” But here, Trump undermined himself. If Democrats worry the votes were miscounted, and the president-elect believes that millions of people voted fraudulently, then it’s clear we need a recount to restore faith in the outcome of the election.

O/T....Moroccan TV program to help women hide evidence of domestic violence.Wonder if the stick insect and any of the other recent visitors to this muslim shit hole managed to catch the show.....

It does stretch the imagination, I admit, and won't be repeated. However it is consistent with Thai law that all visiting sports people competing for money need to have work permit. That does not apply to Thai nationals because they do not need work permits but it does apply to all foreigners regardless of race, creed or colour.