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  • ross1948 16:43 on June 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , D-DAY, , , nationalism   

    BBC’s Katty Kay Defiles D-Day – Europhiliac Snark Against Nationalisml 

    She’s a ghastly creature, KK, as we know…


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    Katty Kay – One Bare-Faced BBC Liar! 

    ,,,but who’d have thought even she would try to use the D-Day 75 celebrations for propaganda purposes.

    I just turned on the tv, half an hour ago, and there she was.

    For no good reason at all, she began quoting people she didn’t name who lived through WW2 and who, she yammered, were anxious about ‘what’s happening in Europe today.’

    This source of anxiety, she quickly hammered home her partisan point, was ‘nationalism.’

    You stupid, biased bitch.

    The reason war-time Brits ( just ask yer grandparents) put up a fight was nothing to do with any hostility to ‘nationalism,’ but on the contrary, ’twas a fierce pride in their national identity…


    …a determination not to let the supranational Third Reich crush their freedom.



    Hitler’s vision was the fore-runner of the Fourth Reich -EUSSR…


    Brussels’ Nazi Antecedents Exposed


    …the evil aims of which are precisely what today’s patriots, the nationalists, like Salvini, and Le Pen and indeed the Brexit resistance movement, are battling to defeat.


    Maybe so, but that debate should not have been introduced into D-Day commemorations..


    …in the form of one-sided BBC Euro-Bias by a louse like KK.

    • Noreen Paterson 17:05 on June 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She certainly knows no bounds of decency, or respect for the fallen, who were overwhelmingly what she derides as nationalists, proud to be fighting for their country.
      The BBC is a a national embarrassment.


    • Vicki S 18:12 on June 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She IS ghastly.
      It’s what we all expect of the BBC, though I agree with you it was unexpected they’d introduce their anti-patriot bias into D-Day celebrations.
      I hate paying that compulsory licence and pray for a government that gives viewers free choice.


    • Petra Malley 22:53 on June 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Kay disgusts me. You should dig into her background and connections.
      One never knows what motivates these people.


    • Cherie 03:18 on June 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I dont think you will be watching the BBC where you are, as it must be just before dawn in Jakarta.
      If you are, you will have heard their Matthew Price in France, yes, even the BBC man, admitting that Macron was using the D Day anniversary to make political points.
      By that he meant the supranational line, ‘Three Cheers for the UN, EU etc.’
      Apart from the distaste this must make the veterans feel, De Gaulle and all the French war-dead who fought not for Vichy Schumann’s ‘European Project’ but for a Free France, must be turning in their graves.


  • ross1948 04:40 on December 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Nationalism’s The Basis For Advancement….’ 

    Imagine if any European leader had spoken those glorious words above!



    Every Sorosoid leech in the subversive NGO network would have fast begun spouting vitriol at the patriotic speaker for being ‘discriminatory,’ aka putting one’s own people first.


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    Ephialtes The Traitor, aka Guterres, in his UN lair, would have deplored such heresy.



    Liar Juncker would have denounced the audacity of whoever committed the heinous sin called love of country.  Jean-Claude Juncker: “Nationalism is poison”


    As would Merkel’s Muppet Macron

    Macron: Europe is too slow, blind to dangers of nationalism

    But then you can’t imagine it, can you?


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    Not one of them puts the nation first!


    It’s impossible to think of  Merkel or Macron or May, even for a fleeting moment, issuing such a clarion call to patriots in their countries.

    Or rather they might, but everyone would know it was an exercise in dissimulation.

    And as for Canada’s unspeakable Justin Turdo, he has pronounced ( proudly, to make matters worse!) the death of his own country’s national identity.


    Canada’s Turdo – national pride out, ‘gay’ pride in


    “There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada. There are shared values…those qualities are what make us the first postnational state.” 


    • So all credit to Indonesia’s President Jokowi, who this past weekend used those very words that constitute our headline today.

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    “For me, nationalism is the basis for the advancement of this nation,” said Jokowi…


    And nationalism should be the path for the advancement of every nation! Jokowi’s welcome words should, and will, resonate with the overwhelming majority of Indonesians, not just for young people to hear and applaud.

    Yet in the Western world, such sentiments are anathema to large swathes of the population…



    …especially among the so-called ‘millennials,’ who exhibit symptoms of a sort of degenerative spiritual disease, and exhibit them very publicly, like the repulsive creatures in that photo above.

    Oh, and before anybody draws my attention to his use of the word ‘diversity,’ please note it has a somewhat different connotation here from the West.

    Indonesia, for those not familiar with this vast country, is diverse, and multicultural, BUT NOT, as in many European lands, due to heedless importation of hordes of alien ingrates.

    Here there have been, for many centuries, Balinese in Bali, Javanese and Sudanese on the island of Java, Bataks and others in Sumatra…



     …and many other ethnic groups on other islands, each with their own culture and language, who usually manage to get along reasonably well.

    That’s the diversity Jokowi meant, I’m sure!

    Indonesia is not perfect, and there’s work to be done to stem the tide of Islamist intolerance – and, one hopes, roll it back.

    But credit where credit is due.

    A national leader who grasps the virtues of nationalism would gladden the hearts of millions of patriots in the Western world, where, outside the USA, they’re in sadly short supply.

    • Indrawati 10:18 on December 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      President Jokowi is good to say we need nationalism. With no nationalism we would not be free in any way.
      It is very strange so many leaders of Europe do not want the country they lead to be free and call nationalism poison.
      The Junkcer is like a man who reads no history. but I never hear of luxembourg before so it is not a very important country I think.


  • ross1948 10:40 on November 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Luxembourg Warns of War! Quake In Yer Boots! 

    Recall The Mouse That Roared, a comedy film about a mini-state in Europe with delusions of grandeur.

    Well, now the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has warned us all of war!

    All Europe will be a-quiver this week!

    Not with fear and trembling, for this little country, hitherto best known for its poofter Prime Minister  Luxembourg PM becomes first EU leader to wed gay lover …hardly rivals Merkel as an international menace ( Mama Stasi, after all, got in first with almost identical bellicose bleating Merkel warns of war in Balkans – The Local )

    So nobody will tremble, but there might be an anticipatory thrill at the concomitant warning that the insane Schengen System could be doomed.


    Asselborn with Juncker and fruits


    Their Foreign Minister, Jean (that’s a bloke!) Asselborn held out the delightful prospect of the collapse of the European Union as a consequence of the crimmigration crisis.


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    The core EU element of borderless travel, agreed in the Luxembourg city of Schengen in 1985, is under threat. 
    Jean The Ass raises one’s hopes to fever-pitch by adding “We have maybe only several months time left. The European Union can break apart.” 


    But before readers burst into a rousing chorus of “Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow,” calm down! It’s not a promise, merely a dimwit’s poor idea of scare-mongering. The Ass-Man is inveighing not against savages but sanity, aka, politicians who use fear of migration as a way to appeal to voters!


    Another admission that citizens don’t like their countries being colonised by alien primitives, and that parties that offer resistance will likely reap democratic rewards at the polling booth.

    God forbid!

    It was at this point in his rambling rant that Asselborn went right off his rocker, shrilling that false nationalism can lead to a real war!

    Well, false nationalism is bad, true enough, the phoney patriotism of Cast-Iron Cameron, for example, pretending to be battling for Britain as he simultaneously abandons one BritExit postion after another in the bogus re-negotiations before they’ve even properly begun.

    • 0d8e4-kingcameronarrogant ‘False nationalism’ personified


    But REAL nationalism is a different matter, a phenomenon which is certainly apparent, and which, if sensibly applied, would mean some REAL European solidarity, patriots in every part of Christendom working together to reverse the incursions by ingrate illegal undesirables.

    Asselborn, of course, is simply hyper-ventilating and doesn’t know what he’s talking abut – otherwise he’d tell us – he didn’t speak of how war could break out!

    It’d be tempting to have a go at Luxembourg, but it’s not fair to judge a whole country by its political in-crowd ( Brits, for example, should not be held in contempt just because their PM is a lying turncoat!)

    Having said that, Liar Juncker hails from Luxembourg, and he’s one of the most overtly amoral EuroCommissars ( “Of course there will be transfers of sovereignty, but would it be wise to draw the attention of the public to this fact?” Daily Telegraph 03 July 2007…and they do have that pinko poofter as PM, and this Ass as Foreign Minister… 

    Even so.


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    When the people there were allowed a vote on the EUSSR, some 44% of them took the opportunity to thumb their noses at Brussels. EU constitution: Where member states stand – BBC News

    Let the Ass-Man ( I mean the Foreign Minister, not the PM!) demand a Luxembourg referendum on crimmigration to see how many share his appeasement ideology.


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