Monday, August 22, 2011

The Breivik effect

An excecutioner's handwork

More than three weeks ago, Anders Breivik, a cold blooded excecutioner murdered more than 70 unarmed supporters of the Norwegian Labour Party on the island of Utoya.

Everything is politics...


The Left accross Europe reacted with horror. However there were indications of glee as well. For the Left everything is politics and they quickly moved to use Breivik's act against Geert Wilders and the Freedom Party. After all Brevik had expressed great admiration for Wilders calling him the only true leader of Conservatives in Europe.

Was there a Breivik effect?

No surprises there. We know how the Left operates. We must ask ourselves "Did it work?". Has Breivik's indefensible act tarred Wilders in the eyes of the public? The recent poll shows that Wilders has only grown in stature and popularity in the past weeks. There must have been an effect though. Perhaps without Breivik Wilders would have been stronger still.

There are two discernible causes to the strengthening of support for Wilders.

1. The debt crisis in Southern Europe. The Netherlands is called upon to support debt ridden states with new loans.

2. The London riots. The images of underclass looters and rioters with Blacks heavily overrepresented rampaging through English cities caused people to have renewed doubts about Multiculturalism.

Denouncing the EMU

Both effects helped the Freedom Party (PVV). The PVV has always been opposed to the European project. Wilders stepped up his anti EU rethoric to much agreement of the Dutch public on the right, but also on those who vote for the left. For the PVV MP Theun van Dijk again insisted that The Netherlands should not support Greece (Dutch) with new loans. However the PVV will not withdraw its support for the current minority government.

Is the right on the same level as the left?

The question remains: Is the right, morally as base as the left? Is to them politics everything too? It would seem so, seeing the PVV using the debt crisis to its advantage.

Having said that it is true that the PVV kept mum about the English riots, even though these played into the feeling of distrust of foreigners that causes Dutchmen to vote for them.

And that is the way it is supposed to be. To the right politics should not everything.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Freedom Party nearly biggest party in Dutch parliament

The Freedom Party (PVV) is nearly the bigggest party in Dutch parliament.

In the graph below the grey line with the red arrow pointing to it represents the number of seats the PVV would get in in polls conducted by peil.nl, a Dutch polling firm.

The grey line representing the PVV nears the blue line of the right-liberal VVD, the dominant party in the current government.

Most Leftist parties are falling as well with the exeption of the Euro-sceptic but hard left SP, represented by the bright red line. The polls reflect the growing weariness of the Dutch public with the process of European unification in the EU and the hostility of the public to Multi-culturalism, immigration and Islam.



Thursday, August 11, 2011

England is alive

Ah, finally a sign of live from the dead island...

Working class British men are coming out and protecting their own neighbourhoods.


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Muslims in Tottenham riots: ethnic vigilante protects their own

Kurdish vigilante in London chases mostly black looters

Tottenham riots moved to Kingsland High Street in East London. Remarkably this street was effectively defended by an vigilante of people of Kurdish origin. They say they defend their area against looters because the police do nothing. The news that these Kurds of Turkish origin defend themselves is presented as something good by the media: at least by Guardian reporter Paul Lewis:
Kingsland Road chaotic as Turkish men attack other, predominantly black, youths with sticks, metal barricades and bricks.


BBC journo tells witness what he has seen

More on the riotious assemblies in London.

Blatantly spinning the news

Here is how the media spin the news. A BBC reporter interviews a shopowner about the looting of his shop and when he mentions the race predominant amongst mob, the BBC reporter starts interrupting and telling him what he should have said.....

The video of the looted shopowner

Here is the link to the overbearing, biased BBC reporter. (HT Joost Niemoller)


Monday, August 08, 2011

Sunday, August 07, 2011

Africa in England: Tottenham riot

Two years ago in August 2009 I wrote:
It is my conviction that when a nation receive immigrants in significant numbers, the immigrants will ussually congegrate in one spot form a colony and follow the laws and customs of their societies of origin. The veracity of this idea can be observed all over Europe in the Muslim gettos. But there are also African and Caribbean gettos in Europe.
This was again illustrated this weekend by the Tottenham riots. Twenty-six policemen got injured, scored of cars were burnt and even several buildings were burnt to the ground by black rioters.

The cause if the violence

Of course there is group violence by ethnic Europeans too. But what makes this black riot special that it was sparked by the killing of a black gangster by British police. Twenty-nine year old Mark Duggan of Carribean extraction was shot by police after he fired a bullit at police.

A vigil for a gangster

The response of the local Carribian community was to honour the thug with a vigil. Eventually the crowd got violent and started attacking riot police and then random mayhem ensued.

It bears repeating that the riot was the response to a killing of a gangster. Appearently for Blacks living in England have such a sense of racial solidarity that they will even riot after one of their criminals is hurt.

Old habits die hard

This happens also in The Netherlands, in Canada and in the USA and China, everywhere Black communities settle.

The Debt crisis: both the Euro and Dollar in trouble

The financial crisis which started in 2008 is deepening. The crisis is the result of decades of reckless borrowing by states. The borrowed money has been used to finance considerable numbers of pensioners, permanently unemployed and non-western minorities, but also to finance unending wars in the Middle East.

In the US credit rating bureau Standard & Poor lowered the status of US Treasury bills from AAA to AA+. Standard & Poor cited doubts about the ability of the US to pay back the money it has borrowed as the cause for the lowered credit rating.

The response of the Markets

Because it is Sunday there is no trading and the markets are not responding. However TASE, the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange does trade on Sunday. TASE stopped trading after its index fell by 6 percent. This will most likely be repeated tomorrow at Stock Exchanges accross Europe and then the US.

(Interestingly, while share prices are falling due to the panick in the markets, most listed companies are profitable now and paying dividends. Consequently Price Earnings ratios are excellent. This is a good time to buy stock).

Meanwhile in Europe

The German Government states that Italy and Italian government debt is too large to be safed by the EFSF (European Financial Stability Fund). The EFSF was established to funding the saving of "bankrupt" European countries like Greece and Ireland.

Basically the German government of Angela Merckel and her party, the CSU, are unwilling to bail out "bankrupt" countries like Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain (PIIGS). As a result the European Monetary Union (EMU) and the currency are in a crisis.

The EU solution

The crisis will lead to a move by the ruling clique of the EU to try to extend the power of the EU over the member states. These Eurocrats will want the solvent member states, such as Germany and The Netherlands to pay more in order to shore up the state budgets of the southern states. But because the southern states are in trouble because they have allowed narrow interests groups such as civil servants to gain great unearned compensation in the form of pension entitlements starting in the early fifties the solvent EU states are unwilling to fund said narrow interests. Why would a Dutch or German private sector employee go on to work until 67, in order to fund a Greek or an Italian public worker who retires at 55?

The solvent nations

German and Dutch politicians are not able to get the support of their constituencies in order to support this arrangement. And so the EMU will fall apart.

The coming days

What will be next is completely unclear. Ahead are days of uncertainty and doubt.

The West

Both the US and the EU are in trouble by taking on too much debt. This crisis is the result of bad habits and bad morals (welfare, borrowing) that have been spreading since the late sixties.