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  • ross1948 21:24 on November 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bundestag, Judas, Stephan Brandner AfD,   

    Another Bundestag In-Crowd Witch-Hunt! 

    To describe somebody as a Judas is no more anti-Jewish than to call someone a quisling is to be anti-Norwegian. A Judas is a sell-out, a quisling is a traitor.

     Many members of Germany’s Left Party (Die Linke) – apart from those too young to have lived in the Soviet DDR puppet state – are legitimately identified with the quisling regime that ran East Germany for the Kremlin.

     It’s fair therefore to call the Left the heirs to the quisling cabal, and we do so, often, was from Norway, the word as a term of abuse is never understood to be anti-Norwegian. The man collaborated with Norway’s conquerors, the Germans.


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    The same goes for Judas, who historically was a Jew but is reviled not for his ethnicity but for his betrayal.

    In our high school history class we read how Joseph Chamberlain was called ‘Judas’ in parliament for his break with the Liberal Party over Home Rule. Nobody accused his accusers of ‘anti-Semitism’ – ‘twould have been absurd!

    Same in Germany – even the left biased DW admits it.

    The German equivalent, “Judaslohn,” is used to mean a traitor’s reward, like that paid to the figure of Judas for his betrayal of Jesus, as depicted in the Bible.   https://www.dw.com/en/germany-far-right-lawmaker-ousted-from-committee-over-anti-semitism/a-51229697

    And that, self-evidently, was why a senior member of the AfD patriot party, Stephan Brandner, used the epithet against a far-left singer infamous for his anti-AfD diatribes.  

    Herr Brandner not unreasonably figured that a ‘prestigious award’ bestown on the leftist was in recognition of his notorious political outbursts.  afd

    But the in-crowd in Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, leapt at the chance deliberately to misinterpret the word, and launch a witch-hunt which led to the AfD lawyer being ousted as head of the legislature’s legal affairs committee.


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    Herr Brandner


    All parliamentary groups within the Bundestag, except his own party’s, voted for Brandner’s removal from the post…. Johannes Fechner, a parliamentary legal expert for the center-left Social Democrats (SPD), said “Mr. Brandner was simply no longer acceptable.”

    But the truth is that the main opposition party as a whole is not ‘acceptable’ to the ruling class in Berlin.

    The AfD is frequently victimised by Mama Stasi’s coalition – (eagerly abetted by the Left( quisling) Party and the allegedly ‘liberal’ Free Democrats.

    German Collabo Parties Trample Fair Play! 

    AfD accuses Bundestag rivals of Nazi-era tactics

    We’ve noted their anti-democratic and indeed authoritarian antics before!

    Himmler’ Maas Calls On Secret Police to Undermine Patriots! 

    It is to be expected of the Blockparteien, whose ‘tolerant’ and ‘democratic’  attitudes only extend to those who share their pro-crimmigrant prejudices.

    There’s only one way to teach them the lesson in democracy they obviously need.

    Their Blockparteien arrogance must be humbled at the ballot box. More power to the AfD.

  • ross1948 19:11 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bundestag, Day of Mourning, , , ,   

    Le Muppet Exploits German Mourning Day For Euro-Propaganda 

    I used to think Le Retch Hollande was a bit of a louse…


    In France Today, Democracy’s ‘A Threat To Public Order

    …but his slimy successor, Le Muppet Macron, sinks ever lower.

    And I’m not referring to his abysmal standing in the polls, French voters now giving him a mere 25% score as reported yesterday.

    Having turned Remembrance Day into an anti-national pantomime….


    ….the Elitist in The Elysee has popped up in Germany, on that country’s National Day of Mourning, and once more insulted the dead and his host nation’s living….

    Emmanuel Macron calls for unified Europe in Bundestag address

    …by calling for their nation-state’s freedom to be subsumed into what he arrogantly describes as ‘European sovereignty.’

    Europe is a continent, a geographical expression.

    Despite the efforts of Napoleon, whom Macron seems to regard as an exemplar, an idea which would not, methinks, appeal greatly to old Boney…


    ….and despite the endeavours of that other staunch enthusiast for European unification, Herr Adolf Hitler, whom few anywhere on the Continent – except in Eire! – mourned…



    ….Europe has never been a sovereign state, never remotely a ‘United Europe!’

    Even in the distant past, in the era of the Holy Roman Empire, of Charlemagne, when there was a unifying concept of Christendom, neither those emperors, nor their papal rivals, held sovereign authority over more than bits and pieces of the Continent ( and none over Britain!) …


    …..because the kings and prince-bishops and other rulers made sure they ran the show in their own territories.

    But that is not really the point.

    The EUSSR would very much like to be what I derisively call it, the Brussels Empire.




    That is, after all, the purpose of what they deceitfully designate as their ‘European Project.’


    Would Macron dare put his scheme to a referendum of the French electorate, who, the last time they got their democratic say, spurned the EuroCon….



    Euro-Elites Disdain Democracy – Three Cheers For The Red, White And Blue!

    …and have been, ever since, punished by the elite, no further democratic vote from that day onwards?

    Would Merkel put it to a people’s vote?


    The German political class has never even given Germans a chance to approve or disapprove their OWN constitution!




    We know what the overlords of this fake ‘Europe’ think of democratic principles, because the Drunkard told us, very soberly.


    • Jerry Jerman 20:34 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      He is a great danger to all countries in Europe and specially his own, where he brings in unwanted fake refugees and will not take action against the enemy terrorists who have already come into France.
      We in Germany do not care very much about what he says but French people should care about what does and does not.


      • Keith Milner 12:02 on November 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Regarding that migrant subject, Jerry, the illegals Macron likes to take in, how much do you want to put on the Muppet offering to transfer those illegals in Libya that are threatening violence even against the crew that rescued them last week.

        Or will the mad left government in Spain get their bid in first?

        Those Yellow-Shirts blocking the French streets should add a ban on illegals to their list of demands.
        Maybe people who care should do the same in every country.


    • Phil Marles 21:05 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with you about Hollande, he was the worst since Mitterand but Macron is much more dangerous, a desperate little man who has dreams of grandeur.
      What still fascinates me is the way he came from nowhere to seize the presidency, that conservative front-runner downed by a ‘scandal’ that was no more than the sort of shifty nepotism all manner of French politicos have been doing for years.
      The banking fraternity put in one of their own and it always seems to be the same, plutocrats turning on their own nations. Look at big business in Britain, the CBI today roaring support for May, the huge sums that rolled into the Democrat camapigns in the US midterms.
      I won’t even talk about Soros.


    • Ned A 23:40 on November 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Brilliant pictures, mate.
      Hollande and Macron I mean, one an old sh-t and the other a loony!
      You know more about history than me so no comment on that but I like it anyway.


  • ross1948 23:03 on May 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Bundestag, , , , German budget, , Merkel contempt for democracy   

    Arrogant Mama Stasi Cowers From German Patriots! 

    Last week there was a big debate in Germany’s parliament. Like every chancellor before her, Mama Stasi Merkel has the duty to to defend her coalition’s budget and answer her Bundestag critics.


    Angry German tax-payers protest Die Fuhrerin


    And she did – except for the criticism she got from the main opposition party, the Alternative for Germany.

    As the largest party not part of the government, the AfD had the right to make the first speech and  did an excellent job, hammering the ruinous ‘migrant’ policies which have cost German tax-payers BILLIONS.


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    AfD’s Alice Weidel evidently grasps, as The Leftal (sorry, The Local ) doesn’t, that a budget debate requires attention to conscious, deliberate steps taken by the government that could only be disastrous.



    Weidel said that Germany was becoming an importer of unqualified workers and an exporter of highly qualified workers…

    German federal govt spent €20 billion on refugees in 2016: report 

    You don’t even seem to mind that you have fattened up our population with migrant criminals who have multiple identities,” Weidel said to Merkel.



    And she could have said a lot more.

    But to what purpose, because when Merkel stood up to deliver her reply, she completely ignored the AfD politician.

    Ignorance of common courtesies?

    Well, yes, pure pig-ignorance.

    Inability to refute the points made by the leader of the largest opposition party?

    No doubt.

    But most of all….

    ..blatant CONTEMPT for the plain duty of any democratic government to acknowledge its responsibility to face, to take questions from, and to answer, elected representatives!


    The Berlin Bitch did not once directly address the main opposition…



    …and check out exactly how deeply Merkel despises normal parliamentary practice…

    The contrast to how she dealt with other opposition politicians was stark – she responded directly to heckling from Die Linke at several points in her speech.


    Stasi Documentary, March 13th – WIll Merkel Star? 

    As a former lackey of the East German quisling regime’s red gestapo, the hag shouldn’t have surprised any of us by treating Die Linke more favourably than a party formed by patriots.

    But while patriots and democrats must despise her authoritarian arrogance, the usual suspects in the rotten media saw nothing wrong with dissing democracy.

    Merkel’s decision to act as if the AfD don’t exist met with approval from several German media outlets..

    A little bit of credit to her underling Volker Kauder, who did show a sense of democratic accountability by addressing the patriots’ criticisms later in the debate. At least one leading light in the CDU understands what democratic principles require of politicians.

    But one swallow doth not a summer make.

    The Berlin Bitch needs a lesson in manners.


    From the AfD!

    I hope the electorate administers just that at the earliest opportunity, which, I think, is due on 14 October, when Bavarians get their State Election.

    • Robbo Erlaender 18:06 on May 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Unless we German people vote for her or her allies who also want the migrant mobs to be here, then she has no interest in what we think or what the only representatives we can vote for to show our anger think!

      Merkel is just like the party she used to serve in the DDR. If fellow travelers make no waves, she will let them play the games but if they mean business to oppose her, they will be non-persons


  • ross1948 20:39 on January 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Bundestag, crimmigrant bill, , , Gottfried Curio, ,   

    Hurray, AfD! German Legislators Forced To Face Reality! 



    Up until the last federal election, it was largely an exercise in Me-Too meandering, the only dings of dissent being crack-pot Greens and the Red ‘Left Party’ shrilling for even more kid-glove carry-ons with regard  to crimmigrants.

    But this month, with the AfD patriot party now third-largest in the parliament, comes news of a sensible reform being tabled.

    EUObserver reports that the Alternative for Germany has proposed a bill that would ban asylum seekers in the country from reuniting with family members from war-torn countries.


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     “The incentives to come here must end,” said AfD’s Gottfried Curio.

    “The magnet must finally be turned off.” 

    Curio also argued that the system was being routinely abused by those with the status and that many asylum seekers merely claim to be related – “according to the motto: we all come from the same village, where we’re all somehow related.”  


    Given what we know about the lies and deceit of so many so-called ‘asylum’ seekers, not just in Germany but also elsewhere, like Australia, the man was talking sense.

    And while I’m not sure if any AfD speaker specifically singled out Saudi Arabia, the bill’s intro may have caused a blush or two in Riyadh.

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    • The AfD asserted that any relatives of refugees who might be in danger back home in Syria or Afghanistan should instead move to “pacified, or uncontested zones in their home country, or else in protective camps in a neighboring country.”r

    That map reminds us that Saudi Arabia is VERY close to the Syrian war-zone, with lots of room and, as we know, billions in spare cash. That’s where real refugees should go, although of course Yazidis and Christians might not find it congenial.

    If all the liars were booted out of Europe, it would not be onerous to take in those prone to sectarian persecution.

    • Hannelor 22:43 on January 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      This too is true,
      Always the AfD speaks for Germany.
      The next elections will bring AfD even closer to power and then one more..?


  • ross1948 18:17 on October 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Bundestag, , , , , , , , , ,   

    Mama Stasi Fans Deploy Dirty Tricks Against AfD Patriots 

    Reuters’ quaint notion of fair and balanced reporting comes across clearly in their headline…

    German lawmakers to face down far-right AfD in vote for vice speaker



    • jerry Jerman 23:07 on October 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I think they make a big mistake to do this to AfD who are elected to the Bundestag just the same as the other parties members and so should get the same respect.
      German votes expect fairness in their parliament and my feeling is Merkel and her allies will pay a price for cheating. .


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