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  • ross1948 15:30 on July 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: European Project, , , , , Wewelsburg Castle Nazi ideology   

    Wewelsburg 2? Fourth Reich Think-Tank 

    Wewelsburg was meant to be the Third Reich’s think-tank, in which Heinrich Himmler took an interest… 



    “..schooling the SS leadership in a broad set of ideological fields…

    But it didn’t go according to plan – it’s a museum today.

    However, it sprang to mind at once when I learned of the Fourth Reich’s dream-schemes….


    …for an obscure Italian island, where some SEVENTY MILLION EUROS…

    Of whose money? Can’t you guess? …. 

    – is to be wasted on a ‘refurbishment project to turn it into a high-level European think-tank…’

    That’s just part of the Brussels Empire boosters’ grand design (including an ‘academy and open-air museum!’) all…

    ‘…aimed at boosting the European integration project by training ‘enlightened’ EU youth, scholars and politicians.’


    European Integration Project?

    Whose project might that be?

    The Kaiserin’s?

    Is she shelling out the millions?

    Her VP Timmermann’s?

    Is he chipping in?

    Mama Stasi Merkel’s?

    Does her Stasi pension go that far?

    Could it be there’s public funds going into this?

    Ask an MEP, like Ghastly Guy!

    And ask him what qualifies a person to be enrolled in…

    Captain Euro and the EU’s Totalitarian Propaganda War on Kids 


    Enlightened EU Youth? ‘

    However, EU Observer invites us to…

    Read on »

    If you DO read on, and you should, you learn that 2021 is the 80th anniversary of something called – ..the Ventotene Manifesto, the European Union’s building block.


    EU Observer could have been clearer about that ‘manifesto,’ which was authored by the Communist Spinelli. ..


    Altiero Spinelli2.jpg


    ….and called for a ‘socialist federation’ not only of Europe but of the world.

    Good to get an admission by Europhiliacs as to their true goals, not for the first time

    True Colours? Europhiliac Trio Honour Dear Red! 

    We have examined this evil man and his scheme a few years ago.

    And the cabal named for him, the Spinelli Group.


    Heinrich Himmler. –

    One supposes had WW2 gone differently, there might be a Himmler Group, publishing a ‘manifesto.’

    BUT would such a group have what the Spinelli Group’s 2018 Manifesto had?

    .Manifesto for the Future of Europe :a Shared Destiny

    An expression of gratitude for the financial support supplied by MR. GEORGE SOROS!

    Did they get enough from Soros, or are their dirty snouts also in the EUSSR trough?

    The next paragraph is confusing, so please analyse it as best you can.

    Celebrations have kicked-off on two small twin islands off the coast of Rome which are considered the ‘cradle’ of Europe – and are pushing for greater integration.

    What does that mean?

    Two islets are pushing for ‘greater European integration?’

    I doubt that, but that is the only grammatical conclusion.

    Next we read that, ‘this month, tourists enjoyed watching a team of pro-Europeans swim three miles..’.

    It turns out the ‘Pro-Europeans’ were swimming towards a “spooky abandoned prison isle’

    Rather than use it as a water sports venue, better return it to its original purpose and lock up the undesirables MSF keeps unloading on Italy….

    …but that’s another matter.

    • Edward Lamont 20:39 on July 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Very good, colourful writing. And well-illustrated!


  • ross1948 17:08 on February 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , European Project, , Thom Yorke   

    Why Do Media Focus On Mouthings Of Meaningless People? 

    How many of these names mean anything to any of you?

    Vassilis Alexakis, Svetlana Alexievitch, Anne Applebaum, Jens Christian Grøndahl, David Grossman, Agnès Heller, Elfriede Jelinek, Ismaïl Kadaré, György Konrád, Milan Kundera, Bernard-Henri Lévy, António Lobo Antunes, Claudio Magris, Ian McEwan, Herta Müller, Lyudmila Ulitskaya, Orhan Pamuk, Rob Riemen, Salman Rushdie, Fernando Savater, Roberto Saviano, Eugenio Scalfari, Simon Schama, Peter Schneider, Abdulah Sidran, Leïla Slimani, Colm Tóibín, Mario Vargas Llosa, Adam Michnik and Adam Zagajewski.



    Have you read any books, articles, or even ‘letters-to-the-editor’ penned by any of them? Have you even read anything written ABOUT them?

    (Actually, in the case of two of them, if you read my blog regularly, you have – see my PS when you get to the bottom of this page!).



    I need hardly continue, but one more question – do you sit down to bacon and eggs on a Sunday morning and say to the person across the table –

    ‘Hey, didya see what ‘X’ (insert any of the above) had to say about ( insert anything at all) ???’

    Unlikely – because you are a normal person.

    Okay, most of you probably have heard of Rushdie, but only because he was sentenced to death in absentia by an ignorant old savage in Tehran. Shameful, yes, but even so, I have never read Rushdie’s ‘Satanic Verses’ – have you?

    Much of what ‘intellectuals’ write is unreadable.

    They tend to write for each other.


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    In other words, these waste-of-space ‘intellectuals,’ to whose collective bleat  – ‘Europe Is Coming Apart’ – the Guardian gives such prominence, are completely irrelevant to real people who get up every morning and go forth to do honest work.

    Suppose I rounded up a similar number of real, useful people, street-cleaners, shop assistants, barmaids, bank clerks, builders’ labourers, firemen, secretaries, who share my views on “Europe” or anything else and had them sign a declaration to that effect?

    Would the Guardian even bother to read it, never mind give it huge coverage?

    Not a chance, and why?

    Because they are real, useful members of the community, who do real jobs, lead normal lives and are thus of infinitely greater value to their country than any of the ‘cerebral celebs’ whose pearls of ‘wisdom’ the Guardian would have us slurp like sheep.

    It’s not just the Guardian, true.

    Even RT had an incomprehensible report on somebody called Thom Yorke, whose appearance is as unkempt as his latest infantile and ignorant outburst…


    Related image

    Brexit is like ‘early days of third reich,’ Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke says

    …to whom we should apparently ( in Thom Yorke’s opinion, if nobody else’s ) listen carefully, because he is connected to a band called Radiohead.

    And THAT merits newspaper coverage?

    What is wrong with the media?

    Why the obsession with self-important individuals who are of no significance except to their own kind.

     PS – as noted above, two of the ‘intellectuals’ have in the past made it big – they got attacked here on RRA!

    Old Creep Drools At Prospect Of Patriots “In Their Graves” – To Overturn Brexit!

    Italy’s Elected Government ‘Can’t Be Allowed To Survive!’ 

    • Oscar 19:32 on February 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If you run through all those names listed in the Guardian, a lot of them come from East / Central Europe. If these left liberal brainiacs got out of the bubble more and listened to the real people in those countries, there would be very little meeting of minds. Poles and Czechs, Slovaks and the rest, they tend to have views like yours and mine.
      ‘intellectuals’ are a cosmopolitan, de-nationalised, rootless lot, with a few honourable exceptions. The two you have written about, that Italian and the Scot, are examples of how lost they are to all the normal bonds that bind peoples together as nations. A worthless bunch as you say, egg-heads writing stuff for other egg-heads to praise.
      It’s a bit like that Hollywood crowd, their glitterati ceremonies where they decide whose movies are the greatest, and sometimes they even get it right when the box-office takings match up with the favourites chosen by the few hundred ego-trippers at the ‘film-festivals.’
      That’s more, really, than the ‘intellectuals’ can say. Their book sales only get into even marginally significant numbers because they are named as ‘set texts’ that poor students are told to buy by leftwing lecturers.


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

    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.


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