Thursday, 20 February 2014



The latest multicult absurdity is Stop Afrophobia, a hearing in the EU parliament.

If you can stomach it, you can watch it live here.

The ultimate irony, though, is that this foolishness originated with an attack on a negro by Muslims. I wrote about this incident last year, pointing out that Swedish media had attempted to portray it as an anti-negro attack by white racists.

But now this lie metamorphoses into an anti-European hatefest in the very institution that is supposed to represent and defend the interests of Europeans!

Source: Twitter


2 comments:

  1. Roses are red, violets are blue,
    Why hang one nigger when you can hang two?

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  2. http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-news/1.575732
    Ukraine's chief rabbi tells Kiev's Jews to flee city
    Fearing violence against Ukraine's Jews, the Jewish community asks Israel for assistance with the security of the community.

    Ukraine's chief rabbi, Rabbi Moshe Reuven Azman, called on Kiev's Jews to leave the city and even the country if possible, fearing that the city's Jews will be victimized in the chaos, Israeli daily Maariv reported Friday.

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    political instinct of the rabbi is dead wrong
    By dankam 22 Feb 201401:54PM
    it is tragic how jews often rely on dictatorial regimes with blood on their hands hoping to guarantee them security. Ukraine is not Egypt. You have nothing to fear from a democratic Ukraine. By doing what this rabbi is doing he is perpetuating tragic mistrust and hate towards to jews who, again, seem traitors in the national cause. Don't forget the regime only two days ago sent snipers to shoot at the civilians killing a 100. How do you think people feel hearing that the jews are still supporting it? Even the police and security services switched to the opposition. The democratic process is already taking place. what a tragic error of the rabbi, again!


    http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-news/1.575631
    U.K. Jews launch 'Jewish manifesto' ahead of European elections
    The document aims to inform European Parliament members about Jewish concerns, and urges them to oppose boycotts against Israel and protect circumcision.

    "The document was produced in extensive coordination with other Jewish communities around Europe and this is the first such manifesto produced by a Jewish community for the European Elections. It will be used to enfranchise local communities, with regional communal leaders using the document to speak directly to candidates about the issues."

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