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SWEDEN has the highest incidence of reported rapes in Europe — twice as many as “runner up” the UK, … a new study shows.
Researchers behind the EU study, which will be presented on Tuesday, conclude that rape appears to be a more common occurrence in Sweden than in continental European countries.
In Sweden, 46 incidents of rape are reported per 100,000 residents. This figure is double as many as in the UK which reports 23 cases, and four times that of the other Nordic countries, Germany and France. The figure is up to 20 times (20X) the figure for certain countries in southern and eastern Europe.
A report from the organization Save the Children told that Swedish girls are scared of being raped, a possibility that appears very real to them. A…
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(Cavatus’ Blog) is not often updated nowadays. It won’t be henceforth.
My work — in order to try to save this country — is restricted to flyer campaigns and (talking) with people. But, I cannot withhold this video clip from you.
Sweden has disgraced itself internationally because of the riots last week. But don’t believe that it all has ceased by now. Every night there are cars on fire and other subversive mischief in the immigration suburbs. In the wake of the first riots, in all 70 suburbs and places have been struck so far by the consequences of Sweden’s downright failed immigration policy.
A politician — a member of one of the ruling parties (Olle Engström in Borås) — had a letter-to-the-editor published yesterday in the newspaper Borås Tidning, in which he rejected the uncontrolled immigration policy, and dreaded that Sweden would…
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When I was politically active back in the 1980s, I learned that if Swedish politicians are given two alternative courses of action to choose between, they will, as if driven by a force of nature, always choose the dumbest alternative.
This learning experience has helped me understand Sweden’s slow, but steady decline over the past 20 years, but it has also been a source of frustration.
This habit of always making things worse for the people of my native country, has recently been inherited by a new generation of politicians. My old friends and political combatants are now part of the political elite – and making the same mistakes as their predecessors.
Once they had devalued Sweden from a prosperous world leader to a nation plagued by industrial poverty, they decided to take their country yet another step down the slope of Dante’s journey. Instead…
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By Brandon Smith
Throughout history there have always been people who were right, and usually a “majority” that were wrong, on any single issue. Defenders of institutionalized ignorance argue constantly that truth is “relative”, and that they should not be criticized for having their own “opinions”.
They use this relativism as a cover for their unwillingness to admit a lack of knowledge. I would ask them if they believe that they are always right? That they have nothing to learn? If the truth is “relative”, if morality and principle are “gray”, then who in their mind has ever been wrong? It would seem that the only people they view as absolutely amiss are those who confront the establishment. Those that question the system they are so addicted to.
What they fail to understand is that their “opinions” were never theirs to hold. What they believe has merely been…
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By Dorothy A. Seese
The real America has been quietly replaced by a land of dark, occultic powers controlling masses of clueless people who are stumbling blindly behind a faulty leadership (major party) into a predictable morass of serfdom and slavery quite equal or greater than the days of the Babylonian empire or that of ancient Rome.
Just how did this come about when most Americans are ready to sock anyone who says they’re not free? Because the power structure that’s in place, the pressures for conformity, the selective discrimination based on religion (the Christian faith) and the enticements to more depraved forms of “pleasure” have acted as a slow poison to the minds of people who were once able to think more clearly. They had absolutes and standards, and have been told for decades now that there are no absolutes, that “right and wrong” are states…
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Where does all this stuff that you’ve heard about this morning – the victim feminism, the gay rights movement, the invented statistics, the rewritten history, the lies, the demands, all the rest of it – where does it come from?
For the first time in our history, Americans [Canadians, Brits, Australians, Europeans] have to be fearful of what they say, of what they write, and of what they think. They have to be afraid of using the wrong word, a word denounced as offensive or insensitive, or racist, sexist, or homophobic.
We have seen other countries, particularly in this century where this has been the case. And we have always regarded them with a mixture of pity, and to be truthful, some amusement, because it has struck us as so strange that people would…
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“I am deeply stirred by the word which Ulrich Hutten wrote the last time he seized his pen: — Germany.”
January 30th, 1937
M. A. Cantab., D. Sc., LL. D. Edin., F. C. S., F. R. S. E.
With a Preface by Admiral Sir Barry Domvile
K. B. E., C. B., C. M. G.
Berlin W 15
FIRST EDITION ………… JUNE 1939
SECOND EDITION ……. JULY 1939
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
PRINTED IN GERMANY
It is with admiration and gratitude for the great work he has done for the German people that I dedicate this book to the Fuhrer.
A. P. L.
There are two sides to every question. You have read one side in our Press for six years.
This book gives the…
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Dorothy A. Seese
Are we all on the same page when it comes to “racism?”
No. Sometimes it is used to imply that one race thinks they are superior to others. Another dictionary definition is discrimination against people of a certain race or races.
But in today’s world, it means just about anything a court, a group, an action committee, or any other faction wants it to mean in order to denigrate the other party (the one doing the offending, which by the amount of space devoted to it in media, is a full-time occupation of most European-heritage Americans who aren’t even thinking about it).
What is even more confusing is that when “racist” is an epithet hurled at someone because they are allegedly anti-Islamic, then “Islam” becomes a race rather than a religion. The same is true of people of Mexican origin, although Mexican is a nationality, not…
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