Washingtonpost.com has released a map showing how quickly White genocide has taken place in the US in just 30 years.
“In 1980, nearly half of U.S. counties — 1,412 of them — had populations that were almost exclusively (98 percent or more) white. Thirty years later, only 149 counties — fewer than five percent — fit that same description. The maps below chart this transformation, decade by decade.” Demographics shhhmemographics . . . anyone working in politics knows that if White people become a minority, it will be brought about mostly by government policies and actions.
Here we have an extremely attractive, and intelligent, young Polish woman,
who speaks of her journey into the rapidly rising far-right political movement in her struggling nation. During the course of several months, nineteen year old Paulina offered to share her most intimate daily thoughts and actions with a reporter and camera crew from Britain’s borderline-Marxist publication The Guardian, mainly focusing on an unsuccessful campaign for a seat on her hometown’s local council.
Around a third of a million nonwhites “immigrated” to Britain during the 13/14 year while some 323,000 white people left the country at the same time,
a spin-free analysis of the latest immigration figures by that nation’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown. When the ONS figures were released, the controlled media focused on what it—and the conservatives—call “net migration”—which is the figure produced when total emigration is deducted from total immigration.
A museum is planning to rebuild the massive bunker complex where the Führer spent his final weeks.
And it will open this summer, the museum's chief told The Local. "We're just in the planning stages – the architects are working on it," museum director Ingo Mersmann told The Local on Thursday. He hopes to have the model Führerbunker open to the public this summer. Mersmann intends to reconstruct five rooms of the Führerbunker where Hitler ended his life as Russian forces advanced on Berlin.
Greece’s far-right radical party Golden Dawn is expected to come third in the parliamentary election.
The party is showing remarkable staying power, despite most of its members and lawmakers facing fake criminal charges. News of Golden Dawn’s all-but-official success comes as the far-left Syriza and the Independent Greeks parties, which came in first and second, reached an agreement on the formation of a coalition government.
A zionist MP is to ask the government to consider banning Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf amid fears that it is "inspiring a new generation of anti-semitism in the UK and abroad".
Thomas Docherty, MP for Dunfermline and West Fife, has written to Tory Culture Secretary Sajid Javed asking for a consultation on allowing the sale of Hitler’s book, which contained his political philosophy "based on a rampant hatred of the Jews".
Some 17,000 supporters of the controversial movement PEGIDA joined the weekly March at its stronghold Dresden, Germany.
The light image of the movement was hurt last week when its co-founder resigned over a Hitler lookalike photo. The rally was the first since threats against the life of co-founder and former leader of the Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West (PEGIDA) Lutz Bachmann prompted city police to ban last week’s rally.
In the closing stages of WWII, as Allied forces were driving Hitler's now demoralised forces from France, three senior German officers defected.
The information they gave British intelligence was considered so sensitive that in 1945 it was locked away, not due to be released until the year 2021. Now the BBC's Document programme has been given special access to this secret file. It reveals how thousands of Indian soldiers who had joined Britain in the fight against fascism swapped their oaths to the British king for others to Adolf Hitler - an astonishing tale of loyalty, despair and betrayal that threatened to rock British rule in India, known as the Raj.
Pet Owner is forced to Change his Dogs' Name because they "Make People think of Adolf and Eva Braun"
A dog owner has been forced to change the names of his pets Itler and Iva because they 'make people think of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun'.
The man, from eastern France, gave in to the mayor's demand that the names be altered. The owner of the American Staffordshire Terriers have been renamed Ilisa and Isio 4. In September last year, Luc Binsinger, the mayor of Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, in the commune of Meurthe-et-Moselle, had refused to sign a license for the dogs because of the "controversial nature" of their names.
A labyrinth of secret underground tunnels believed to have been used by the National Socialists to develop a nuclear bomb has been uncovered.
The facility, which covers an area of up to 75 acres, was discovered near the town of St Georgen an der Gusen, Austria, it has been reported. Excavations began on the site after researchers detected heightened levels of radiation in the area - supporting claims that the National Socialists were developing nuclear weapons.
Approximately 15,000 Germans marched in Leipzig, in opposition to the Islamisation of their homeland.
They marched under the banner LEGIDA, an offshoot of the popular PEGIDA movement is quickly becoming an intercontinental phenomenon in Europe. The large turnout in Leipzig will surely alarm the German authorities, who thoroughly oppose the Patriotic movement, and who actively encourage more Muslim immigration into Germany. Furthermore, PEGIDA has now spread to the Czech Republic.
A mass of 600 antifa stormed through central Leipzig, attacking local government buildings,
smashing shop windows, destroying police vehicles and spray painting anti-fasacist slogans along the way. Police reported that the group gathered at the state court and grew in numbers as they moved towards Augustusplatz, the largest square in the city. Police later found large numbers of graffiti slogans including “it was murder” (possibly a reference to the violent death of an Eritrean invader in Dresden), “Stop Pegida”, “ANTIFA” (anti-fascists) and “stop deportations".
Six people were convicted of having "fascist sympathies and found guilty of racial and ethnic hatred" in Rome,
after targeting leading politicians and the head of the jews of Rome with "offensive graffiti". The members of the fasicists group, Militia, received sentences of between eight months and a year and a half under Italy’s anti-discrimination law, Ansa reported. One person was acquitted while two others negotiated eight-month plea bargains.