The European crisis viewed by Czech man – part three – Final thoughts

As you might notice from my previous articles, I am trying to avoid using words “Migration crisis” too much. You also could guess how I see the present situation in Europe. Yes, there is a crisis in Europe. But it is not only a migration crisis. It is a global crisis of the whole European society.

I will start with one example from Army of Czech Republic (ACR).

There was a survey in HQ of ACR done by army psychologist. One of the private television stations got their hands on this material and published it.

It says that every 8th employee of ACR HQ causes potential security threat.


Because they have a critical point of view at foreign policy of our government and especially NATO.

How is it interpreted?

You might guess!

“Xenophobyia”, “Racism” and our favorite “Agressivity”.
Now let the numbers to talk.

There were totally 816 tested employees of HQ. The most employees think that the third most dangerous country to CR (Czech Republic) is the USA and 71% of them think that immigrants pose grave danger for Czech Republic!

And 71% of employees of HQ think that Islam is not acceptable at all.

I don’t want to hide information like official media do, so I will mention that from those 816 people, some would accept those common Islammic forms of punishment:
– stoning would be accepted by 47 people
– whipping would be accepted by 114 people
– cutting of hands would be accepted by 134 people
When you read this, ask yourself a few questions.

“Is that really true or just another attempt to discredit members of HQ?”

That is quite common practice. Someone says something that is not “truth and love” {the Czech counterpart saying to ‘sunshine an lollipops and singing kumbaya’}, he is descredited and then no one listens to him.

The favorite way is to blame him from having a child pornography. This works every time.

Another question might be: “Are their fears justified?”

Those guys have access to information from their own secret service, so it might be at least partially backed up by the truth.

And the final one? “If not only the most of common poorly informed people, but even the most of ARC HQ thinks that immigrants might be dangerous, why does the EU let theme cross the borders with no control?”

OK let’s calm down a bit.

Even Germany closed their borders to immigrants.

But the problem is not solved. There are still thousands of immigrants crossing borders of the Shenghen area.

As I mentioned few times before, I don’t trust official media anymore. But last month there were reported those things:
– Multiple fights between immigrants in Germany.
– Immigrants are making improvised weapons from metal parts of tables etc. and hiding them.
– Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban says that the immigrants are reminiscent of an army.

I would like to stop at the last one. Viktor Orban is the only prime minister that deserves to be the one. When he saw that immigrants are coming through his country like floods, he said “NO!”. He started to build a barbed wire fence along the borders with Serbia, where the most of immigrants were coming in from.

There were cca 230 people killed in a Russian airplane by bomb set up by Islamic State two weeks ago.

Over hundred people were killed in Paris few days ago.

One of the attackers was illegal immigrant who came to Europe through the Greek route.

And here we are now!

Is still everything OK, Frau Merkel? No, it is not!

But look at our media. There was one article with title: “We are in war with terror! Immigrants are on our side!”. It was telling us, that they run from the same enemy as we fear.

The IS.

I say: “Maybe. Maybe a few of them are.”

I can understand that Syrian family (e. g. a man, his wife and their three children) is running from a war.

But then there is a boat, where 2000 from 2300 people (source: Doctors Without Borders) in it are young men in age between 20 to 30. They are dressed in brand clothing and have smartphones?

Those are not refugees running from warzone.

They might be either economical “immigrants”, who want money from social system of Germany and Sweden, or members of IS, who will make terrorists attacks just like the one in Paris.

When this will be over?

I don’t know.

But current situation is quite bad. Not in Czech Republic, but few European countries are getting into serious trouble.

Eric Brazeau breathes fresh air again!!!

My dear readers,

the 17th of April, 2015, was an important day in Canadian jurisprudence:  Canada’s honest to goodness political prisoner, Eric Brazeau, was released on bail!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes, there is a ton of restrictions on his freedoms.


Eric walked out of the Ontario Court house at 361 University Avenue and is breathing the fresh air, basking in early spring sun, and no longer caged as a criminal!!!

Forgive me for being so brief in my report – I just got home from a 26 hour road trip in which I traveled to Toronto for the Appeal hearing, enjoyed first Timmies and then a couple of beers with Eric and some of his supporters, and capped the evening off by taking part in a JDL counter-protest against terrorist-organization Hamas supporting silly bunnies in front of the Israeli Consulate.  They shouted hate at us, we danced happily in response:  it drove them bonkers!

Then I got a bite to eat and went home back to Ottawa.

All around – about a 26-27 hour adventure, which I will be glad to recount to you in superfluous details once I wake up…in a day or two!  With pictures and videos!!!

Good night, my dear readers, good night!

Lauren Southern: Why I am not a feminist

Please, do keep in mind that all identity groups/politics are a tool of Cultural Marxism, and that Feminism and ‘Women’s Studies’ is just one of these:  a tool designed to destroy our society by splintering us into groups which can then be played off against each other by the social engineers.

The way to fight identity politics and Cultural Marxism is through individualism.

Political Correctness: mind-shackles from within

Last year, at the 1st annual Essentials of Freedom conference, I spoke about the difference between speech limits being imposed from the outside of oneself versus from within oneself:  I used the examples of my childhood in behind-the-iron-curtain Czechoslovakia (limits imposed from the outside) versus living in present-day Canada (limits imposed from within by political correctness).

This is why I found it particularly interesting to listen to the former President of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Klaus, making the same point!

He also used the example of the pre-velvet-revolution Czechoslovakia, but he contrasted it with the modern Czech Republic…sad, so sad…but an interesting speech nonetheless!


The Rise of the ‘Christian Taliban’?

One thing that differentiates Atheists from religious people is the recognition that regardless of the underlying religious doctrine, believing that one is doing things to please their God can make even good people descend into acts of unspeakable barbarity.

It is the ‘knowledge’ that one is the instrument of ‘The Almighty’ that gives people the impetus to leave their humanity behind and commit acts of unspeakable cruelty.

In many debates between famous theists and Atheists on the topic of morality:  every single Christian apologists (whom I have seen – and I follow this a lot) states that ‘morality’ is what God commands.

As in, defining right from wrong is God’s prerogative – and God’s prerogative alone!

If that does not frighten you, the following bi should:  many Christians truly and honestly believe that they have a personal relationship with Jesus and that he whispers right and wrong into their ears.  And Jesus hardly ever whispers the same things to two different people….

Why am I going into this?

Well, non-Muslims are eager to prove – with actual quotations from their scriptures – that their faith could never be used to justify brutality in the name of their God.

Raise the Crusades with Christians and they’re apt to go off the handle about Muslim aggression and the Crusades being defensive wars.  OK – that is true – for some crusades.

What about the Albigensian Crusade?

That one was fought by Catholics against Gnostic Christians who were non-violent and wanted nothing other than just to practice their own faith, without interference from the Catholics.

Or the immolation of Jan Hus and the subsequent Crusade to murder anyone who dared disagree with the immolation of the peace-loving priest?  The suppression of the disciples of Hus got so brutal that simple folk would have no choice but to take up farm implements to protect themselves and their children from the aggression of the fully armoured, mounted, armed and militarily trained knights!!!  Much of my own family – peaceful farmers who just happened to be in the path of the Crusaders and suspected of, may be, perhaps, because of their geopgraphic location, harbouring Hussite sympathies – were butchered in the most horrible ways possible.

These were not Muslim aggressors:  these were peaceful Christians who just wanted to practice their faith unmolested by the Pope and his Church tyrants!

And, apart from wars:  Christianity was used to impose a tyrannical system of peasantry on the majority of European populace:  ‘as above, so below’ was the name of the doctrine which permitted the nobles to own their serfs, rape and kill them at will.  It wasn’t until another one of my ancestors, Jan Sladky ‘Kozina’ invited his lord to God’s judgment – and won – that peasants realized that their suffering was not ‘God’s will’ and began the uprisings which eventually ended serfdom in Europe.

So, it comes as little surprise to me that Christianity has spawned its own ‘Christian Taliban’ group.

That is not my assessment:  that is what they describe themselves as.

It’s here and it demonstrates that all belief in ‘divine-dictated-morality’ is necessarily going to lead even good people to do evil things.

But, don’t take my word for it: read all about it!

‘That’s the theory. In practice, Korchynsky wants the war in eastern Ukraine to be a religious war. In his view, you have to take advantage of the situation: Many people in Ukraine are dissatisfied with the new government, its broken institutions and endemic corruption. This can only be solved, he believes, by creating a national elite composed of people determined to wage a sort of Ukrainian jihad against the Russians.

“We need to create something like a Christian Taliban,” he told me. “The Ukrainian state has no chance in a war with Russia, but the Christian Taliban can succeed, just as the Taliban are driving the Americans out of Afghanistan.”

For Korchynsky and the St. Mary’s Battalion, the Great Satan is Russia.’

Ah, yes.

Nothing like a bit of a holy ‘war’…


David Wood: The Jihad Triangle

Guest Post by Connie Fournier: Why Conservatives Should Oppose Bill C-51

Connie Fournier wrote an excellent analysis of Bill C-51.  I agree with every word she says – and more!  Let’s not loose sight of the admission that our security forces are already treating anti-Jihad bloggers exactly the same way as actual Jihadi terrorists…

Xanthippa’s first law of Human Dynamics says:  Any and every law passed will be misused in its hyperbolic absurdity…eventually.  Please do keep in mind while evaluating the proposed law, Bill C-51!

Right now, we have perfectly good laws we could use to reign in the terrorists:  but, we don’t.  There is absolutely no reason to believe that since existing laws are not used against terrorists, the proposed Bill C-51 would be, if enacted: rather, it seems more likely that it would be just as abused as existing laws are!

Connie Fournier gave me permission to publish this as a guest-post by her.  I agree with every single word she wrote!!!

Much has been said recently about the “anti-terrorism” Bill C-51 that is currently being debated in the House of Commons.

I have been quite vocal about the fact that I oppose this Bill, but I haven’t gone into a lot of detail as to why. I think it is important for my fellow conservatives to understand that this is not a partisan issue. Just because it is mainly the NDP and the Green Party who have spoken out against it doesn’t mean that conservatives shouldn’t have grave concerns as well. My concerns are well-founded, and they are based on personal experience.

Many of the critics of this Bill have referred to cases where environmental and First Nations activists have discovered that they were targeted and spied upon by government agencies, and the point has been made that Bill C-51 would only make it easier for the government to spy on and “disrupt” non-criminal, non-terrorist Canadian citizens.

Now, I’m going to be perfectly forthright here and talk to my fellow conservatives who, perhaps, take these allegations with a grain of salt, or feel that there might be some justification in having the government keep on eye on the “lefties”, anyway. This Bill is so open-ended that it can be used by any future government to spy on and “disrupt” any citizen for virtually any reason.

Even if it were true that our government agencies have only been targeting the people you disagree with (and I will be demonstrating shortly that that is not the case), we have to realize that it will not always be a Conservative government that calls the shots. I think it is extremely important that you read the scholarly reviews done by people like Michael Geist and Professors Craig Forcese and Kent Roach, then take that information and imagine what your opinion on this Bill would be if Justin Trudeau or Thomas Mulcair were Prime Minister and they had this power at their disposal.

One of the most disturbing aspects of the Bill is the section on information sharing. Michael Geist points out at the link above that it lists 17 government departments, including the CRA, CSIS, CSE, RCMP and the Department of National Defence, and it allows them to freely share our personal information. This would include information that is obtained by CSIS and the CSE by hacking our websites and email or tapping our cellphones…and they are allowed to disclose it “in accordance with the law…to any person, for any purpose.” This is in Section 6.

Imagine for a moment if you are an opposition MP and the government has the power to collect and freely distribute all of the private information they can obtain about you. Do you think it would be used against you? Or do you think that if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear?

The part of the Bill that concerns me most is that provides CSIS with the power to “disrupt” groups of Canadian citizens. This word sets off alarm bells for a couple of reasons.

First, it is a word that was used in a “Five Eyes” powerpoint presentation that was released some time ago by Edward Snowden. The “Five Eyes” countries include Canada, the USA, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand. This presentation was given to the Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group and it was entitled, “The Art of Deception: Training for Online Covert Operations”.

This powerpoint presentation talks about how government agents can go about sabotaging online groups that they want to be silenced. These groups need not be criminals or terrorists, they simply describe them as “hacktivists”. These documents call this activity “Online Covert Action”, and say it consists of the “3 D’s” – Deny, Disrupt, Degrade, Deceive. One of the documents outright declares that they are “pushing the boundaries” when they speak of deliberately destroying their targets’ reputations, infiltrating groups and using psychology to “disrupt” them, and in manipulating and controlling the information that is posted online.

Secondly, this is where it becomes personal. Beginning in the Spring of 2006, government operatives began signing up on our discussion forum, Free Dominion. We have since identified operatives from the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC), the Department of Defence, at least one Police Department, and many, many posters using proxies who posted divisive or racist comments in our forum. In 2007 we received a Section 13 complaint with regard to a link that was posted on our site. We reacted strongly and publicly to the complaint and it was later dropped.

There were many attempts made to discredit us personally:

– People (many of them anonymous) accused us of being racists/Nazis.
– Someone created a youtube account in my name and added a bunch of Nazi videos to it so it would appear I endorsed those views.
– Someone signed me up for “teen porn”, and when the IP address of the person responsible was investigated by the police, Bell told the police that there was a “gap” in their log files for the time period in question so they could not provide subscriber information.

On one occasion, a woman showed up at my husband Mark’s work pretending to be his aunt, and asking about our assets, and an Access to Information Request showed that the Department of Justice and the CHRC were circulating emails about us and articles about our court cases.

We don’t believe that it is any coincidence that the self-described strategy of the government employee who sued us four times and ultimately caused the forum to be closed, is called “Maximum Disruption”. The fact that that same word shows up in the “Five Eyes” powerpoint, and that it also shows up in Bill C-51 is, to say the least, chilling.

In 2006 we had the most active conservative political forum in Canada. After nine years of various kinds of “disruption”, we have had to close the forum, and thousands of Canadian conservatives have lost their online voice. Even if you believe that the Conservative government had nothing to do with what happened to us and that it is just a coincidence that the Five Eyes documents encourage exactly this kind of activity, I urge you to ask yourself this:

1) Do you trust government operatives to handle their open-ended freedom to “disrupt” us in a responsible way?

2) Do you think that you can trust every future Prime Minister to use these new powers in a way that is not abusive?

3) Are you comfortable with government agencies having the right to share your private information with anyone they please for any reason? And, lastly,

4) are you comfortable with the fact that the power to disrupt us is so broad that the writers of this bill felt is was necessary to stipulate that agents aren’t allowed to rape or kill us?

Many of us fought hard against the intrusiveness of the gun registry, and against the ambiguous wording and undemocratic usage of Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. We were right in fighting those things. Now let’s not forget the principles that motivated us in those fights and allow fear or partisan politics to blind us to the even more dangerous provisions in Bill C-51. Just because it is a Conservative government that is proposing this legislation does not mean that we can relenquish our civic duty to examine what they are doing, to hold them accountable, and to protect the freedoms that were fought and earned with the blood of our parents and grandparents.

I am not willing to completely give up my inheritance of liberty and privacy out of fear of potential terrorists. If we give it all up, the terrorists have won.


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