Immigration is ‘Off the Charts’…but be polite and don’t mention the Jews

If immigration to the US continues at its present rate, we Americans may one day in the not-so-terribly-distant future find ourselves in a predicament not unlike that of Swedes, Germans, and other European populations–that is to say with our culture and traditions in danger of being supplanted by tides of newly arrived immigrants.

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Horst Mahler: No. 1 German Political Prisoner Now ‘On the Run’

Hat tip to Nahida Izzat, who comments, “When thoughts are criminalised and when people are thrown in prison for their ideas, we know we live in the DARKEST ages of humanity.”

But maybe not all is dark. According to a report here, Mahler is now out of prison and “on the run.”

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Coming up in Northern California: Screenings of the Documentary ‘Open Bethlehem’

“Open Bethlehem” is a documentary by Palestinian filmmaker Leila Sansour, who was born in the town of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus. The town, as the film shows, is now surrounded by Israel’s apartheid wall. Screenings of the film are presently being held in Northern California.

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Stunning Video: Scenes from Yesterday’s Bus Bombing in Syria; US Veteran Blasts Syria Policy

This is a “must see” video for a couple of different reasons. First and foremost is that it provides footage of the  aftermath of yesterday’s bus convoy attack in Syria, along with an interview with a woman who was traveling on one of the buses and who survived the bombing. Apparently the the terrorists lured children to the site where the bombs was about to go off by handing out potato chips. The woman in the video speaks of “crisps” being handed out, but according to an AP report, the treats being offered were potato chips.

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Syria: Evacuation Bus Blast–Numerous Killed on Aleppo Outskirts

[ Ed. note – The video above shows children being treated in an Idlib hospital today after a bus convoy was attacked by terrorists. The buses were evacuating people from the Syrian villages of Kafarya and Foua, two Shia villages in northern Syria which have been under siege for well over a year now. You can go here for background on what the people of this village have been through. The fact that they were attacked like this after finally being evacuated is especially tragic. Below is an article published today by 21st Century Wire. ]

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