George Soros’s plans for world domination take a beating

George Soros is a nasty piece of work. While the left-wing likes to demonise Milton Friedman,?an economist, over his ideas that birthed neo-liberalism, he is nothing at all like the evil perpetrated by George Soros and organisations associated with him.

As a major funder of the Democrats and also Hillary Clinton he has also been linked to funding of protest organisations, and worldwide he has meddled in the affairs of sovereign nations like Hungary, where he was born.

The push back against his meddling is growing.

Politico reports that Breitbart is one of the leading investigators into his nefarious activities, even if they wrongly accuse them of being alt-right.

The American alt-right website Breitbart, formerly run by Stephen Bannon, now White House chief strategist, has long fixated on Soros, accusing him of trying to bring down Europe?s borders, furthering the migrant crisis and funding Trump?s opponents.

The perceived sympathy within the Trump administration for anti-Soros sentiments appears to have emboldened politicians throughout Central and Eastern Europe to intensify their assault on Soros-backed groups.

?We prepared material detailing Soros activities in Macedonia, which is already being distributed to representatives of the Senate and the Congress, and to officials from the new U.S. administration close to the U.S. president,? said Nenad Mircevski, a founder of the Macedonian ?Stop Operation Soros? movement.

These efforts have already borne fruit: two letters, one signed by Republican Senator Mike Lee and the other by six House Republicans, were sent to the U.S. Mission in Macedonia in mid-January inquiring about U.S. funding for Open Society Foundation?projects in Macedonia.

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Where is the outrage over this massive fence to keep bad immigrants out?

There is nothing like a bit of Euro hypocrisy.

This week has seen worldwide outrage against President Donald Trump and his temporary ban on people entering the United States from seven mostly Muslim countries.

There have been demonstrations across the globe and a petition here trying to stop the President?s State visit to the UK has been signed more than 1.8 million times.

As an observer of international politics for many decades, I believe that Trump?s move to ban certain Muslims from travelling to the U.S. is inept, morally wrong and, above all, a propaganda gift to violent Islamic organisations such as Isis and Al Qaeda.

That said, I am utterly appalled by the behaviour of many of those who are condemning Trump.

Most egregious is the hypocrisy of the leaders of many EU countries, including Angela Merkel and her cheerleaders among the British liberal elite. Their hypocrisy turns my stomach.

For the truth is that their anger over the new President?s ban is outrageously two-faced. ? Read more »

Greece is the latest country to give the European Union the finger

Jewish shop "Kopp & Joseph" in Nazi Germany

Jewish shop “Kopp & Joseph” in Nazi Germany

The European Union has dictated that all European Union countries must label as Jewish-made, all settlement goods to enable followers of the BDS movement to easily boycott them. Greece along with Hungary have refused to label the goods, but distressingly given Germany’s history, their?Foreign Ministry has announced that it will be abiding by the new EU labelling procedures.

How is it that a country so haunted by the holocaust that it is taking in millions of Muslim migrants out of guilt, ( ironically followers of a religion that hates Jews) is on the other hand once again labelling Jews ?in order to damage them economically?

Jews throughout Nazi-occupied Europe were forced to wear a badge in the form of a Yellow Star as a means of identification. This was not a new idea; ...

Jews throughout Nazi-occupied Europe were forced to wear a badge in the form of a Yellow Star as a means of identification. This was not a new idea; since medieval times many other societies had forced their Jewish citizens to wear badges to identify themselves. –

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Just send the ungrateful pricks home

The fake-ugees and gimme-grants are getting testy as winter approaches.

Breitbart reports:

A huge blaze swept?through a migrant camp in Slovenia today?after angry migrants?set fire to their tents in protest at their treatment.?Women and children were evacuated from the camp in Brezice, on the border with Croatia, as firefighters battled the fire.

The migrants were reportedly angry at delays in registering them and moving them on to the Austrian border in less than 24-hours, witnesses said. ? Read more »

How you stop illegal immigration?

How do you stop illegal immigration?

  1. Like Australia you take away their incentive to enter the country illegally.
  2. Like Hungary You make it impossible for them to enter the country.


Hungary ?were getting up to 10,000 illegal immigrants a day until they built this.


According to?an announcement made by the Hungarian government on Monday, the country ? which has seen over 390,000 migrants pass through this year,?Yahoo! News reports???seems to have essentially solved its?problem of illegal border-crossings.

After?shutting down the?country?s?shared border with Croatia with the completion?a razor-wire fence over the weekend, the Hungarian government announced Monday:

?The border closure is working, it has effectively stopped illegal border-crossing? The Hungarian government is determined to keep the measures in place as long as is needed.

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And so the great European experiment comes to an end

The dream of one territory without borders worked just fine while everyone was more or less on the same page. ?

But now, with an external threat to Europe, they are having to put the border controls back again. ?

The utopian ideal of a common market, common currency, common law all comes tumbling down at the first sign of external threat.

Croatia has closed seven of the country’s eight border crossings with Serbia “until further notice” following a massive influx of migrants and refugees, the interior ministry said.

“Traffic is banned on the border crossings of Tovarnik, Ilok, Ilok 2, Principovac, Principovac 2, Batina and Erdut,” the ministry said on Thursday (local time).

More than 11,000 migrants have entered Croatia from Serbia since early on Wednesday, the ministry added.

The migrants began heading for Croatia after Hungary sealed its border with Serbia earlier this week, cutting off a key route into the EU used this year by more than 200,000 migrants, many of them fleeing violence in the Middle East and Afghanistan.

Croatia had said it would let people pass through freely on their way to other European Union countries, but Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic warned his country’s resources for dealing with the influx were “limited”.

Piling on the pressure, Slovenia announced late on Thursday that it had stopped a train from Croatia carrying migrants, saying some 150 passengers would be returned to Zagreb because they did not have the necessary documents for onward travel.

Slovenia later suspended all train traffic between Slovenia and Croatia until Friday morning, Slovenian news agency STA reported.

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UN has solved the refugee crisis: it’s re-labelled them as migrants

It is always good to check out any change in language. ?One of the biggies is when global warming turned into climate change. ? We have another major shift on our hands as the UN and the Media Party realises their “refugee” approach doesn’t stack up. ?Refugees are now migrants. ?Problem solved.

Hungary has come under mounting criticism as regional neighbours joined the UN in blasting its use of water cannon and tear gas against migrants as “unacceptable” and “unbecoming”.

Greece, Croatia and Serbia, all of whom are under mounting pressure as Europe struggles with its biggest migration crisis since World War II, had harsh words for Budapest’s treatment of migrants at its southern border on Wednesday (local time).

But Hungary brushed off the criticism, with Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto describing the world’s reading of the events as “bizarre and shocking”.

Hours after the clashes, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he was personally “shocked” to see how the refugees and migrants were being treated.

“It’s not acceptable,” he said.

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Can you handle the truth?

Here is some of the truth that the Media Party won’t show you, talk about or even acknowledge in their unbalanced coverage of the ‘ refugee crisis. ‘

Ever wonder why Hungary isn’t keen on taking in more Muslims but are happy to help Christian refugees?Left Wing supporters of Gay rights and Gay marriage who ethusiastically support Muslim refugees keep forgetting this inconvenient little truth.

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Face of the day

Australia's Political commentator Andrew Bolt

Australia’s Political commentator Andrew Bolt

Today’s face of the day, Australian Political commentator Andrew Bolt, has this to say about the current Refugee crisis.

Almost all the media commentary on the invasion of Europe so far overlooks a critical point.

The illegal immigrants in no way are ?refugees?. Even those fleeing, say, Syria, were in relative safety once they?d crossed the border into Turkey, which, incidentally, is a country sharing the Muslim faith of most Syrians.

But since then, the immigrants have moved to Greece, then Macedonia and then Serbia to reach Hungary. Even then the vast majority want to move on – through Austria or the Czech Republic to their ultimate goal, Germany, the richest of all the countries on this trek.

I don?t blame them, of course, but nor do I blame Germany for saying it does not have a responsibility to accept these hundreds of thousands of people crossing its borders.


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How would you like to pay $0.80 in tax for every GB you use on the Internet?


The thin end of the wedge is ready as Hungary considers an Internet tax

Tens of thousands of Hungarians gathered in central Budapest Sunday to protest a proposed tax on Internet use, accusing prime minister Viktor Orban of?attempting to restrict freedom of information in the central European country. Read more »