Friday, January 4, 2019

Graham Phillips - Stepan Bandera - A Nazi Grave in Munich

I like Graham Phillips, and his passion is the same passion that drives me. When I saw his passion, I was really moved. Some things need to be put right, we can't just go on with how it is.

What a brave man!

The Ukrainian people may well have been horribly oppressed by occupiers in the past, and so anger can be understood, but not fascism.

The Ukrainian Neo-Nazis are the real deal, they hate all immigrants and are white supremacists.


Return to Illegal Shrine to Ukrainian Nazi Collaborator Stepan Bandera




4 comments:

Konrad said...

“The Ukrainian Neo-Nazis are the real deal; they hate all immigrants and are white supremacists.”

Kevin I love you, but let’s be careful with our verbiage. Neoliberal globalists stay in power by controlling the social narrative. It’s how they get away with installing puppets like Macron in France.

For example, rather than allow a discussion of how war and neoliberalism create refugees, the neoliberal globalists keep the debate focused on whether we should hate refugees or welcome them. Therefore, when we talk about “hating all immigrants,” we fall under neoliberal control.

Likewise the label of “white supremacist” is part of neoliberal control. Neoliberal globalists hate nationalism. They hate peasant solidarity. Hence they denounce western Ukrainian nationalists as “white supremacists,” even though western Ukrainian nationalists hate Russians, who are white.

If you want your government to care for your nation instead of working for international bankers, then you are a “white supremacist.”

If you do not like being ruled by unelected and unaccountable euro-crats abroad, then for neoliberal globalists you are a “white supremacist.” You are a Nazi.

Kaivey said...

This twists me up, Konrad, I have often said here that I don't like mass immigration. I might insecure, but I like my home to be my home. I might hate the British aristocracy, and I certainly dislike the British empire, so I'm no nationalist, but I do like the English way of life and love our culture - the pubs, the towns, the vilages, etc. I just don't want Britain to become a foreign country. Over a much longer time period it will change, but people will find it easy to adjust to if it takes time.

I was inspired by BadMouthProduction and his take on identity politics and multiculturalism, but I still don't want Britain to become another country unrecognizable from the one of my childhood.

As for identity politics, I just find it irreverent and boring. It's in you're face.

BadMouseProductions was closed minded about 9/11, sadly, so I might have to contact him about it.

Did you know, Konrad, that there is going to be a Grand Jury into 9/11. Grand Juries are done in secret without a defence and is just for fact finding. They also have to be very specific, so they are only looking into why the buildings fell down they way they did, nothing else. After they got the facts, then a real court begins.

And there will be more Grand Juries, they say, and one will look into how the aeroplanes managed to get anywhere near the towers.

Konrad said...

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“I have often said here that I don't like mass immigration. I might insecure, but I like my home to be my home.”

There is nothing wrong with that. My problem is the corporate media outlets (owned by the rich) who say you must choose to accept unlimited immigration, or else you are a “racist xenophobe.”

I reject this choice. I reject the false dichotomy between people who welcome unlimited immigration, vs. "haters." I ask why there are so many immigrants in the first place? What drives them from their homelands? The answer is Western-led neoliberalism, which manifests as poverty, economic depressions, and military or economic war.

Where I live is about 40% Latino, and the number keeps rising. The demographic shift began on 1 Jan 1994 with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). It destroyed the livelihoods of countless millions of Mexicans and other Latinos, driving them north in desperation. NAFTA's destructive effects continue today. Whenever Latinos try to improve their own lands, the US stages a coup to restore neoliberalism.

In 1990 I visited a place called Playa Noviero, in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. It was a charming two-mile-long mini-Riviera with endless hotels and restaurants. Beautiful. In 2009 I returned and saw that all the hotels and restaurants had been abandoned. Every one of them. Mexicans no longer had money to visit the place as tourists, because of NAFTA.

Europe’s own “NAFTA moment” was the destruction of Libya plus the attack on Syria, both starting in 2011.

I have no problem with Latino immigrants. I speak Spanish, I have lived in Mexico, and I have immigrants living in my house right now as rent-paying tenants. One is from Mexico; the rest are from Guatemala. I have personally helped newly arrived immigrants many, many times by letting them stay with me for a month or two, rent free, before they moved on. Some had literally walked 120 miles across the desert. Some continued to other states. Some became established in my state. Thus, I am no racist.

However when I look at Europe I am appalled. The unelected and unaccountable bureaucrats in Brussels keep insisting that Europe accommodate more immigrants. Always more. London and Paris are catastrophes, caused by the Troika’s destruction of the immigrants’ homelands. Muammar Gadhafi warned that this would happen if Libya was destroyed.

So, on one hand I understand western Ukrainians’ attitude. Their resistance against immigrants is a resistance against Brussels (even though Ukraine is not part of the EU). On the other hand, I condemn Ukrainians’ stupidity. Most would probably call Gadhafi and Assad “dictators,” because that’s what neoliberals tell them to think.

Konrad said...

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“I might hate the British aristocracy, and I certainly dislike the British empire, so I'm no nationalist, but I do like the English way of life and love our culture - the pubs, the towns, the villages, etc. “

Then you are indeed a nationalist. What you oppose is imperialism and neoliberalism. I myself am a nationalist with socialist leanings. For neoliberals and leftist peasants, this makes me a National Socialist, i.e. a NAZI (duhn-duhn-DUHN!!!) For right-wing peasants it makes me a Communist.

“I just don't want Britain to become a foreign country. Over a much longer time period it will change, but people will find it easy to adjust to if it takes time.”

This is understandable. When the British Raj ended in India, many Indian and Pakistani immigrants came to the UK, but not all at once. The UK has been invaded many times. Romans, Normans, Angles, Saxons, Jutes, French – but this latest wave is an onslaught. A tsunami. Muslims block off entire streets so they can kneel down and say their prayers to Mecca. Crime in some London neighborhoods is rampant.

I don’t blame immigrants for all this. I blame the neoliberals who drive immigrants north. I blame leftists who call me a racist, and right-wingers who call me a communist. Fools one and all.

“As for identity politics, I just find it irreverent and boring. It's in your face.”

Neoliberals use identity politics to keep the masses bickering and helpless, and to distract them from economic facts. For politicians it is a weapon to advance themselves at the expense of others. For peasants it is a means to cope with their wretched failure in life. It eventually leads to despair and suicide.

Social Justice Warriors despise each other. They are selfish, frustrated, and hostile for different reasons, but since they are a mindless mob, they seem unified.

Angry white racists also hate each other. They are the mirror images of Social Justice Warriors. They too end up in despair.