Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Udo Voigt - first NPD representative in the EU Parliament

Udo Voigt, a German politician - former aviation engineer and Captain in the German Army, born on 14 April 1952, is now a brand new member of the European Parliament representing NPD - National Democratic Party of Germany. 
As UKIP rises in the British Political world pushing down the British National Party, Nationalism is on the rise across Europe.
The Front National came first in elections in France. In Germany, NPD gets its first representative in the European Parliament.
In Greece, Golden Dawn gets three members elected to the European Parliament despite organized repression and deliberate attacks against members of Golden Dawn.
Each Nationalist political party is doing its best in the harshest of political conditions and against all odds.
In Germany there have been repeated attempts to ban NPD but the German Electorate, despite state repression, got their man elected. As former Chairman of NPD and given its profile as engineer and military man, Udo Voigt looks and sounds like an excellent choice.

Saturday, 24 May 2014

When it comes to bullfighting, I support the bull

When it comes to bullfighting that is a kind of national entertainment in Spain, I am on the side of the bull.

The Corridas had to be suspended when all matadors were gored by the bulls. What usually happens is that the bulls are bullied, tired up, made to bleed and later on killed for the amusement of the public.

To see animals abused as a form of entertainment really and truly displeases me, annoys me and generates in me deep rooted anger against people engaged in this kind of spectacles. The sheer brutality of the so called Corridas is absolutely barbaric.

Thursday, 1 May 2014

Lusitania: Yet another US lie as an excuse to go to war

The sinking of RMS Lusitania was used by the US as the excuse to convince the American public to go to war against Germany in 1915. Germany rightly said that the sinking of the Lusitania was justified because it was loaded with ammunition and therefore it wasn't a civilian ship as the US lied about.

The US was desperate to go to war and the US government used the sinking of the Lusitania for propaganda purposes.

In the event, 1,000 civilians, including 128 Americans died when the ship was rightly torpedoed by a German submarine eight miles off the coast of Ireland on May 7, 1915.

The ship was loaded with an illegal stash of ammunition hidden as cheese or casks of beef.
This comes on top of the records that show that hours before the Japanese attack against the US Naval Base in Pearl Harbour had been conveniently switched off.

This makes you think about what really happened in September 2001 when the Twin Towers were supposedly attacked by AlQaeda Operatives.