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Methinks we're on the cusp of radical change and Merkel's globalista vision and rule of the EU is coming to an appropriate end. She's holding on like Thatcher for now, but events are conspiring and the ideology of ''Diversity is our strength'' has proven a false mantra in the era of truck attacks and gang rapes of our children. We understand their culture, we understand all to well.

We now see super-diversity and super-mobility of the third world into Europe as a threat and irrevocable damage has been done to social cohesion and our cities. It's no longer just the underclass on the front line of multi-culturalism, or the Football Lads or Tommy Robinson yobs, it's the middle class and those with some clout who are waking-up and realising their is no future for them on the current trajectory. And with the demographic change being accelerated it's going to happen not 50 years down the line, but 5,10 or in 15 years.

I think we're going to see the old order swept away very suddenly and quickly as with the fall of the Warsaw Pact regimes. There is an alliance forming across Europe, the Europeans right for self determination will not be denied.

Did Merkel really think we would go gently into that good night:



 

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Well, don't hold your breath, the 2 "conservative" parties just came to an agreement regarding "transit centres" for migrants.
So it will be business as usual. I can only hope that the CSU will loose big in the October elections. They deserve it to go down.
Sadly, until October more migrants will make their way to Europe, and in particular Germany, or, as it is often called, Germoney.
 

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Found this on the BBC.co.uk website. Favourite names in the UK. Very telling:

Top 20 Boys' Names
  1. Muhammad - Muhammad is back at the top of the list for the second year running
  2. Oliver
  3. Noah
  4. George
  5. Harry
  6. Leo
  7. Charlie
  8. Jack
  9. Freddie
  10. Alfie
  11. Oscar
  12. Arthur
  13. Henry
  14. Jacob
  15. Archie
  16. Joshua
  17. Theo
  18. Ethan
  19. Lucas
 

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I think that it says more about the singular popularity of "Mohammad" as a name amongst Muslims and about the very wide variety of names used by non-Muslims, than about any sort of Muslim invasion.

As an example, the partner of one of my colleagues is named Mohammad Rizal bin Rashad, but everyone calls him Rizal because pretty much every other Muslim male friend of his is also named Mohammad!

If the UK was about to be absorbed into a Caliphate, you'd expect to see more Middle Eastern or Muslim names in the top-20, no, rather than just Mohammad?
 

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I think that it says more about the singular popularity of "Mohammad" as a name amongst Muslims and about the very wide variety of names used by non-Muslims, than about any sort of Muslim invasion.

As an example, the partner of one of my colleagues is named Mohammad Rizal bin Rashad, but everyone calls him Rizal because pretty much every other Muslim male friend of his is also named Mohammad!

If the UK was about to be absorbed into a Caliphate, you'd expect to see more Middle Eastern or Muslim names in the top-20, no, rather than just Mohammad?
Depends on the numbers, the MSM is pretty quiet on actual numbers against each name. Taking in variations of the spelling of M., Mohammed has been the most popular boys name for much much longer than the last two years. You need the numbers to draw any conclusion regarding future demographic. School make-up of primary schools in London and Birmingham give an accurate demographic projection of the future make-up of society, particularly in urban areas that as we all know will be minority-majority, hyper diverse and full of cultural resource.
 

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Depends on the numbers, the MSM is pretty quiet on actual numbers against each name. Taking in variations of the spelling of M., Mohammed has been the most popular boys name for much much longer than the last two years.
In the UK it has been top of the list since 2010. Also have to keep in mind that Islam is still considered a religious minority, made up of several ethnic minorities.
Similar result in the rest of Western Europe. Apparently it depends on the origin of the Muslim family how the name is written/ pronounced.
School make-up of primary schools in London and Birmingham give an accurate demographic projection of the future make-up of society, particularly in urban areas that as we all know will be minority-majority, hyper diverse and full of cultural resource.
Same in Germany and it's neighbouring countries. There are already areas with up to 100% non European pupils. Pretty much all no-go zones where European laws and authorities have no rule. They still take all the benefits provided by the host nation's tax payers, though.
There will be changes soon about a new Dublin agreement, where the asylum seeker just has to say that he has relatives (or any anchor person, for that matter) in his favoured country and he'll get in. That will mean that it will get worse for those countries with the biggest handouts, as they no longer have a chance to send them back to the country they were first registered in.
Whether Merkel survives or not doesn't really matter, other globalist/ socialist leaders will take over. Spain will replace Italy, or has already as the transit country for illegal immigration.
However, there is hope:
 
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Someone is trying to revive this dead horse:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44719639

Wiltshire pair 'poisoned by nerve agent'

So, this deadly nerve agent is not only not lethal but now lasts months? Come on!
Hmmm what mischief is this? Only 8 miles away from the first ''deadly'' nerve agent attack.....

What next, more D Notices:

http://truepublica.org.uk/united-ki...hip-documents-relating-to-the-skripal-affair/

False flag or some dodgy crack cocaïne. You decide!

Nothing is true. Everything is permitted.
 

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Hmmm what mischief is this? Only 8 miles away from the first ''deadly'' nerve agent attack.....

What next, more D Notices:

http://truepublica.org.uk/united-ki...hip-documents-relating-to-the-skripal-affair/

False flag or some dodgy crack cocaïne. You decide!

Nothing is true. Everything is permitted.
Trump is going to meet with Putin at an upcoming summit, so I think this is a lame globalist attempt to throw spanners in the works once again. The substance was almost instantly called "Novichok" in the MSM, which has also been identified by a government laboratory.
 

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Trump is going to meet with Putin at an upcoming summit, so I think this is a lame globalist attempt to throw spanners in the works once again. The substance was almost instantly called "Novichok" in the MSM, which has also been identified by a government laboratory.
Oh dear the couple poisoned are registered heroin addicts. Nothing unusual for them to be foaming at the mouth after OD'ing.
 

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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/po...turns-manafort-fraud-trial-soap-opera-n898281

"But if the parade of contractors, bookkeepers and accountants who have testified so far gave the jury glimpses into the dark cave of criminality prosecutors say Manafort dug over the years, Gates is taking those six men and six women all the way down into the abyss — and showing them some of the hidden corners."

"Gates, 46, a father of four, lived a reportedly modest family life in Richmond, Virginia, while Manafort spent small fortunes on custom suits and landscaping in the Hamptons."
 

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Scott Morrison is new Australian PM as Malcolm Turnbull ousted

"Scott Morrison has become Australia's new prime minister after Malcolm Turnbull was forced out by party rivals in a bruising leadership contest. Mr Turnbull had been under pressure from poor polling and what he described as an 'insurgency' by conservative MPs.

The past decade has been marked by a series of leadership coups, with three other sitting prime ministers deposed by party rivals."

 

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China blocks access to Australian Broadcasting Corp sites

"The latest move comes amid a period of diplomatic tensions between the two nations over reports of China's alleged interference in Australian politics and society. This had led to Canberra enacting new laws aimed at preventing foreign interference.

Last year, China's embassy in Canberra heavily criticised Australia media reports, including an investigation from the ABC and Fairfax Media, about Beijing's influence in Australia.
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Last month, Canberra also effectively barred Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei from competing for its 5G network, after it extended national security regulations on the infrastructure project."

All these things are related!?
 

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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/po...efends-kavanaugh-bringing-time-he-was-n912096

"I said, 'I have three children and I support them very well,' he told the crowd. They said, 'No, there is a woman in Florida. She says you are the father of her son. And she knows where you went to high school, college, medical school, internship, residency, even has a picture of you in scrubs.'

He added, 'I said anybody can get that. Are you kidding me? ... But, see, I had a secret weapon — the truth. I knew that the only woman I had ever slept with in my entire life was my wife.'"

If only every accused politician and celebrity was armed with this "truth" Ben Carson possesses.
 

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'Proud of sexual inexperience'
Sniffling, Kavanaugh says: "As for sex, this is not a topic I ever thought would come up at a judicial committee hearing."
"I never had sexual intercourse or anything close to it during high school and for many years after that."
"I was probably a little outwardly shy about my inexperience."
"At the same time, I was also inwardly proud of it.""

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Weird scenes indeed and I notice now when the Democrats are on the run, they resort to four letter expletives to keep their demographic titillated and agitated to a suitable frenzy of moral self-righteousness.

Epic exposure for the Democrats. No evidence, no credibility and comes across as a cynical attempt at trial by accusation. The good Dr comes across as an agent of the Gladio resistance. An FBI investigation into a drunken high school teenage party in 1982 where the accusser cannot remember where it was, admitted they were drunk and it was all hazy? And all witnesses have advised they recall none of this? These people are an embarrassment to America. At long last, have these people no sense of decency?

I would be looking into the links the good Dr has to the Democrats, Hillary Clinton and links to the deep state. Promises of book deals and the like, and any reseach undertaken for government bodies. Go deep, run silent and follow all leads.
 

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Weird scenes indeed and I notice now when the Democrats are on the run, they resort to four letter expletives to keep their demographic titillated and agitated to a suitable frenzy of moral self-righteousness.

Epic exposure for the Democrats. No evidence, no credibility and comes across as a cynical attempt at trial by accusation. The good Dr comes across as an agent of the Gladio resistance. An FBI investigation into a drunken high school teenage party in 1982 where the accusser cannot remember where it was, admitted they were drunk and it was all hazy? And all witnesses have advised they recall none of this? These people are an embarrassment to America. At long last, have these people no sense of decency?

I would be looking into the links the good Dr has to the Democrats, Hillary Clinton and links to the deep state. Promises of book deals and the like, and any reseach undertaken for government bodies. Go deep, run silent and follow all leads.
Did you watch any of it? If so i have no idea how you came to this conclusion.
 

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Did you watch any of it? If so i have no idea how you came to this conclusion.
I've watched as much as I can get my hands on Youtube and watching more now. Including commentary from MSM and other pundits. Unlike most, I found her fake and contrived from the start: phasing into little girl voice, little girl lost persona (despite being a Dr in psychology), PTSD sufferer, falling back onto her lawyers on certain questions....in comparison, Kavanaugh was straight talking and to the point.

Nevertheless....cut out presentation skills and follow the facts and evidence. The evidence points to the fact that this man is innocent. All of Ford's witnesses, including her best friend have denied her version of events.

That lady is fake and likely a deep state agent and operative.
 

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Did you watch any of it? If so i have no idea how you came to this conclusion.
He never does. I think it is his faulty wiring.

Personally and this is a unique position for me: I found both parties believable. At first, after listening to the good Dr. i was convinced. Then Kavanaugh took the stage and after listening to him intently, I too was convinced.

Now, obviously both of them cannot be telling the truth but how any sane rational person can view both proceedings and come to any asinine and bilious cowardly position is beyond me.
 
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How did this administration turn a nomination to the Supreme Court into a reality show media circus?
Nothing to do with the administration, all the trademarks of a Democrat psyop:

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1045516473983279106.html

As for believable, the questioning by Rachel Mitchell is revealing on the fear of flying when Ford says flying to Australia would be too far because of this. And yet she boasts about extensive travel to the South Pacific and elsewhere on social media and when asked she said yes it was by air. Then you had the infantilized responses and no knowledge of polygraphs from a highly qualified psychologist. She didn't even know if she had paid for the lie detector or not! BS.

Turns out the good Dr is a Democrat and anti-Trump activist. Now her year books are online....
 
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Personally and this is a unique position for me: I found both parties believable. At first, after listening to the good Dr. i was convinced. Then Kavanaugh took the stage and after listening to him intently, I too was convinced.
I'd agree with that assessment, though Kavenaugh came off as bitter, angry, wildly emotional and of poor temperament to be a judge. He was also highly and overtly partisan - something I've NEVER seen from someone in that position. Though he may be innocent of the accusations, he seems highly unsuited to the job. Which may be why the Bar Association is calling for a halt to the confirmation until further investigations are conducted.
 
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I'd agree with that assessment, though Kavenaugh came off as bitter, angry, wildly emotional and of poor temperament to be a judge. He was also highly and overtly partisan - something I've NEVER seen from someone in that position. Though he may be innocent of the accusations, he seems highly unsuited to the job. Which may be why the Bar Association is calling for a halt to the confirmation until further investigations are conducted.
They're calling to halt the confirmation because they're filled to the brim of activist lawyers looking for a piece of the action at the usual fee plus expenses.

You might be bitter too having your life turned upside down by outlandish, unsubstantiated and unprovable allegations that are being held as the truth for political and ideological gain and being reduced to explaining when you lost your virginity and your beer drinking habits when a teenager. As an outsider, it really is uncouth and I hope most decent Americans feel the same and punish the guilty elements most severely in the ballot box.

Here's the Gad Saad instead:

 

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What I find interesting is how some of the press has framed it as her being a victim of sexual abuse. She isn't a victim at the moment, she's an accuser.

A very important distinction.

The stitiuation in the US is looking more a more like that Arthur Miller play. I hope that none of their paranoid bullshit come over here to the UK, but that horse has probably bolted, similar to their identity politics bullshit.
 
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I'd agree with that assessment, though Kavenaugh came off as bitter, angry, wildly emotional and of poor temperament to be a judge. He was also highly and overtly partisan - something I've NEVER seen from someone in that position. Though he may be innocent of the accusations, he seems highly unsuited to the job. Which may be why the Bar Association is calling for a halt to the confirmation until further investigations are conducted.
This is pretty much it. He is a man-baby of no particular judicial renown. I could care less if they get a conservative justice, this guy is just a train wreck, assault allegations aside.

I wouldn't hire someone that emotionally underdeveloped to be a ditch digger for me, much less want them on the Supreme Court.
 
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