You know the phrase: “Two Jews, three opinions” ?


You know the phrase: “Two Jews, three opinions” ?

What they want you to think it means is: “Jews have such a love for debate and discourse that they’ll argue all sides of an issue for the intellectual thrill of it.”

What it really means is: “Jews will pretend to disagree amongst themselves as a show for the goyim, but they all share a Zionist spremacist ideology they won’t discuss in a language that isn’t Hebrew.”

This guy is arguing with you in English. What he says in Hebrew to other Jews is something he’ll never translate for you.

France wants to ban “conspiracy theories” because it offends the Jews

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The President of the French Republic, François Hollande, has assimilated what he calls “conspiracy theories” to Nazism and called to prevent their dissemination on the Internet and social networks.

But wait a second, are you trying to Jew me again?

Knowing that President Hollande calls “conspiracy theory” the idea that States, whatever their regimes – including democracies – have a spontaneous tendency to act in their own interests and not in that of their constituents, we can conclude that he presented this confused amalgam to justify a possible censure of his opponents.

This interpretation is confirmed by the publication of a note entitled “Conspiracy theories, current status” by the Jean-Jaurès Foundation, a Socialist Party think tank of which Mr. Holland was the first secretary.

And they’re coming for you too, lefties… and centrists… and chrisfags…. and everyone WHO DISAGREES WITH WESTERN GOVERNMENTS:

“[It’s] a heterogeneous movement, heavily entangled with the Holocaust denial movement, and which combines admirers of Hugo Chavez and fans of Vladimir Putin. An underworld that consist of former left-wing activists or extreme leftists, former “malcontents”, sovereignists, revolutionary nationalists, ultra-nationalists, nostalgists of the Third Reich, anti-vaccination activists, supporters of drawing straws, September 11th revisionists, anti-Zionists, Afrocentricists, survivalists, followers of “alternative medicine”, agents of influence of the Iranian regime, Bacharists, Catholic or Islamic fundamentalists “

A little further on, the Jean-Jaurès Foundation does not fail to mention the comedian Dieudonné M’Bala M’Bala, whose shows the State seeks to prohibit, the sociologist Alain Soral, whose website ( ) obtains audience records in France, and Alain Benajam (, chairman of Voltaire Network France and representative of the Novorossian Government of Donbass.

And of course, America is involved:

 We can easily imagine a series of possible answers.

– 1. The government can ban conspiracy theories.

– 2. The government could impose some kind of tax, financial or otherwise, on those who disseminate such theories.

– 3. The government could engage in a contrary discourse to discredit conspiracy theories.

– 4. The government could initiate credible private parties to engage in a discourse against conspiracy theories.

– 5. The government could engage in informal communication with third parties and encourage them. “

Ultimately, the US government had decided to fund individuals, both at home and abroad, to disrupt the forum websites of conspiracy theorists and to create groups to contradict them.

This not having sufficed, France is called upon to take authoritarian measures. As in the past, the French elites, of which the Socialist Party forms the pseudo-left wing, have placed themselves under the orders of the main military power of the time, in this case, the US.


Jews Bragging About Creating the Federal Reserve


Found an article at the Forward bragging about Paul Warburg creating the Fed, even though “jews creating the Federal Reserve is an anti-semitic canard”.

ADL article:

Warburg’s 2 volume


Another book about the founding of the Fed is

Nelson W. Aldrich, a leader in American politics, by Stephenson, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel Wright), 1867-1935.

(can’t find a pdf online, here is a link that skips directly to the Jekyll Island chapter)$b61872;view=1up;seq=391

The chief of the bipartisan National Monetary Commission was financial expert and Senate Republican leader Nelson Aldrich. Aldrich set up two commissions – one to study the American monetary system in depth and the other, headed by Aldrich, to study the European central-banking systems and report on them.[5]

Aldrich went to Europe opposed to centralized banking but, after viewing Germany’s banking system, he came away believing that a centralized bank was better than the government-issued bond system that he had previously supported. Centralized banking was met with much opposition from politicians, who were suspicious of a central bank and who charged that Aldrich was biased due to his close ties to wealthy bankers such as J.P. Morgan and his daughter’s marriage to John D. Rockefeller, Jr.[5]

In 1910, Aldrich and executives representing the banks of J.P. Morgan, Rockefeller, and Kuhn, Loeb & Co., secluded themselves for ten days at Jekyll Island, Georgia.[5] The executives included Frank A. Vanderlip, president of the National City Bank of New York, associated with the Rockefellers; Henry Davison, senior partner of J.P. Morgan Company; Charles D. Norton, president of the First National Bank of New York; and Col. Edward House, who would later become President Woodrow Wilson’s closest adviser and founder of the Council on Foreign Relations.[6] There, Paul Warburg of Kuhn, Loeb, & Co. directed the proceedings and wrote the primary features of what would be called the Aldrich Plan. Warburg would later write that “The matter of a uniform discount rate (interest rate) was discussed and settled at Jekyll Island.”

Book by Forbes, Men who are Making America:

(Link goes to Warburg but book also talks about Rockefellers, Morgan, etc.)

‘Allahu Akbar’ is No. 1 song on UK charts

Dance track featuring Islamic call skyrockets to top of Spotify’s UK music charts, continuing to spread onto other European charts.

The atmosphere in Europe can easily be described as tense at the moment, with authorities battling terror on a scale that was previously unheard of. Thus it is surprising that a song titled “Allahu Akbar” has held the number one spot on the UK Spotify chart, and 5th place on the international charts.

The hit was created by an anonymous artist named “DJ Inappropriate.” The song is a upbeat dance track, leading some to believe that it is not meant to incite, but rather serves as a protest against “modest” Islamist terrorists. With that said, no one truly knows the purpose of the song.

The dance hit has been making the rounds on social media for the last seven months, before making it into the top charts a few days ahead of the Paris attacks. The song has continually gained traction since, and according to viral measurements, the song is most heavily played in Oslo, Stockholm, and London.

Spotify charts, which are part of the global company’s online streaming service, are typically a good measure of the international popularity of a song.

“Allahu Akbar,” originally a harmless call by Muslim worshippers praising god, has become more and more identifiable with Islamic terror in recent years. The terrorists who conducted the attacks in Paris two weeks ago also sounded the call during their murderous acts.,7340,L-4731975,00.html

Thousands of Red Cross volunteers in Holland won’t help refugees — The reasons given ranged from ‘I’d rather see our borders closed’ to ‘there is nothing for them here’, while others said most refugees are after an easy life.


Thousands of Red Cross volunteers in Holland won’t help refugees Society November 30, 2015    Red Cross workers in action. Photo: Maurits90 via Wikimedia CommonsThousands of volunteers for the Red Cross in the Netherlands say they are not prepared to help refugees, according to a confidential report in the hands of broadcaster Nos. The organisation carried out a survey of 1,300 of its 30,000 volunteers and found around one in five was unwilling to work with asylum seekers. The reasons given ranged from ‘I’d rather see our borders closed’ to ‘there is nothing for them here’, while others said most refugees are after an easy life. The Red Cross is holding a meeting with officials from all 25 districts on December 15 in an effort to determine the full extent of the problem. The organisation is also developing a campaign based on the theme ‘Red Cross volunteers help everyone’ to try to change people’s minds. ‘It has to be clear that people who object to helping on principle can no longer be volunteers for the Red Cross, despite their work up to now,’ Nos quotes the document as saying.

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Latvia migrants complain it’s cold, benefits are stingy and no one speaks their language


MIGRANTS settled in eastern Europe under an EU scheme have complained that their new home is not a “dream destination”, sparking fears of an exodus to wealthier parts of the continent – including the UK.

Macedonian riot policemen stand in front of the wired fence at the border between Greece & Macedonia

Latvia, which has a population of roughly two million, is gearing up to accept hundreds of refugees as part of a quota agreed by diplomats in Brussels.

But those who have arrived in the tiny Baltic state say the cold weather, lack of generous state handouts and relatively low number of fellow migrants who speak the same language have combined to make their experience of life in Europe thoroughly miserable.

One refugee worker told German newspaper Die Welt: “The refugees from southern countries tell us openly: Latvia is not our dream destination, we happened here, it was up to the smugglers.”

Many of those who made the perilous journey from war-ravaged parts of Africa and the Middle East say they have witnessed a backlash against them since the attacks in Paris.

Latvian MEP Artis Pabriks said her country was not “opposed” to the reception of refugees, but plans are underway to build a huge barbed fence along its border with Russia to stop illegal immigrants from gaining entry.

Colonel Marik Petrusins, a senior border patrol officer and co-chair of the Russian-Latvian working group on border issues, said: “This 276 km [170 miles] long border was very quiet until 2013.”

Macedonian finish to put up the wired fence at the borderline between Greece and The Former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaEPA

European countries are putting fences up in a bid to stop migrants

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Latvians protesting about the influx of migrants

Now, hundreds of refugees and migrants – mainly from Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, but also Vietnam – are using the porous border to slip into Europe undetected.

Many of them are heading first to Poland, where they meet up with compatriots, before heading further west.

Col Petrusins added: “The plan is now a fence of 90 kilometres [56 miles] in length, two meters high plus barbed wire, also sensors and cameras.”

More than 600,000 refugees and other migrants from the Middle East, Africa and Asia have entered Europe through Greece this year, many after making the short sea crossing from Turkey.

Most of them continue on a long trek through the Balkans toward the promised lands of central and northern Europe.

Austrian police have reported a sharp drop in the number of refugees crossing into the country over the route from Greece through the western Balkan nations.

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Map of Latvia

Thousands a day have been coming in from Slovenia in recent weeks, but police say no migrants have entered Austria at two main crossings for two days.

Trains and buses continue bringing migrants into Austria over other points, but the numbers are down.

Police spokesman Michael Masaniger says around 1,300 people arrived by bus and train on Friday.

Police say the reduction in numbers may have to do with the onset of cold weather and the fact that some Balkan countries are letting people through only selectively.