Cheerful blonde families public enemy number one in Germany

Cheerful blonde family

Cheerful blonde family

Germany does not appear to have learned anything from history. Once again they are targeting people based on what they believe and how they look. In fact, they are turning on people who formerly made up the very backbone of their country. Blonde, ethnic Germans. Once again in Germany, only one political view is acceptable and once again socialism is raising its ugly head.


Parenting magazine Baby & Family has told readers to beware of families who are ?inconspicuous? and ?cheerful?, as these warning signs indicate they are right wing and thus ?dangerous?.

Depicted with illustrations featuring solely blonde women and children, the report says ordinary parents must take action against right-wing families and make clear that their ideology has no place in the world.



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Being Trans Gender is cool but not if you identify with being a White Male



In today’s world we have even more labels for people to define themselves. The latest one is Transgender.

Transgender people experience a mismatch between their gender identity or gender expression and their assigned sexTransgender is also an umbrella term because, in addition to including trans men and trans women whose binary gender identity is the opposite of their assigned sex (and who are sometimes specifically termed transsexual if they desire medical assistance to transition), it may include genderqueer people (whose identities are not exclusively masculine or feminine, but may, for example, be bigender, pangender or agender).Other definitions include third-gender people as transgender or conceptualize transgender people as a third gender,and infrequently the term is defined very broadly to include cross-dressers.

…Being transgender is independent of sexual orientation; transgender people may identify as heterosexual, homosexual,bisexual, asexual, etc., or may consider conventional sexual orientation labels inadequate or inapplicable.


Universities and other places of tertiary learning are usually very big on diversity and acceptance of every shade of gender or colour under the sun. But in a hilarious twist a woman who is Trans gender is being attacked and is experiencing prejudice because she identifies with being a white male. It seems that despite all the ‘ enlightenment ‘ there is one gender and race it is still not okay to be.

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Take a peek inside Sydney?s Muslim Land

The original title of this article is ‘Last drinks in Lakemba.’ It is a snapshot of a former Multi-cultural suburb in Sydney that is now exclusively mono-culture.There is no assimilation here. There is no Australian culture here.Recently I posted about an Australian woman/refugee who fled a suburb just like this one and took her family to live in Tasmania to escape the racism and discrimination she and her children faced there as European Australians.

Was she exaggerating what she faced? Read the below article and decide for yourself.


The Lakemba Hotel, Haldon St, Lakemba / Picture: Adam Taylor

THE Lakemba Hotel is one of the last Anglo holdouts in Sydney?s otherwise Middle-Eastern south-western suburb. Frankly, the old joint ? it opened in 1928 ? isn?t putting up much resistance. Most nights the bar is closed by 8.30pm or so, because by then what few customers it attracts are insufficient to cover running costs.
Still, it?s friendly and hospitable. Staffer Poppy helpfully showed me to my $50-a-night room, which is the only option in Lakemba for anyone seeking short-term rented accommodation.

There are no other hotels or motels. In fact, there are no other rooms besides number 15 in the hotel?s residential wing. All the others are taken by boarders, one of whom has been here for 20 years.

It isn?t exactly luxurious. The room has a sink, which is nice, but nothing else by way of amenities. There isn?t even a Gideon?s Bible. Instead, reflecting certain demographic changes in the area, there is a Ramadan eating schedule.

Lakemba may be only 30 minutes from the centre of Sydney, yet it is remarkably distinct from the rest of the city. You can walk the length of crowded Haldon St and not hear a single phrase in English. On this main shopping strip the ethnic mix seems similar to what you?d find in any Arabic city. Australia may be multicultural, but Haldon St is a monoculture.

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