“Dirty Jew” George Soros Pushes Back Against Hungary’s Orban

HUNGARIAN GOVERNMENT ANTI-SOROS PROPAGANDA. THE GRAFFITI SAYS “DIRTY JEW.”

Hungary’s government is anti-Muslim and antisemitic according to globalist financier (robber baron?) George Soros.

Hungary is unique in calling out Soros.

Multiculturalism is failing around the globe. The question is what will Soros get out of a multicultural Europe.

Absorbing a group of mixed race primitives stuck in the middle ages would set Europe back to a greater degree than two world wars ever did.

Reuters

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – U.S. financier George Soros on Monday denounced a Hungarian government campaign against him as “distortions and lies” designed to create a false external enemy.

Soros, 86, is a Hungarian-born Jew whose longtime support for liberal and open-border values in eastern Europe have put him at odds with right-wing nationalists, in particular the government of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

Orban, who faces elections in April 2018, last month sent to voters seven statements attributed to Soros that, among other things, called for the European Union to settle a million migrants a year and pay each of them thousands of euros.

“The statements … contain distortions and outright lies that deliberately mislead Hungarians about George Soros’s views on migrants and refugees,” said a statement issued by Soros’s Open Society Foundations.

“With Hungary’s health care and education systems in distress and corruption rife, the current government has sought to create an outside enemy to distract citizens. The government selected George Soros for this purpose,” it said.

The ruling Fidesz party’s vice chairman said Soros was engaged in a “frontal assault” against Hungary.

“What Soros writes about immigration, in general, is a pro-immigration stance that is open about its disdain for the nation state,” Gergely Gulyas told a news conference. “Decisions made in Brussels echo that in the field of immigration policy.”

“Days before a recent immigration decision in the European Parliament Soros was meeting with the rapporteur on the subject as well as five different EU commissioners. I am not a conspiracy theorist but this holds some clues.”

Soros said each of the seven statements was a distortion or lie, refuting them one by one. It said Soros proposed admitting an annual 300,000 refugees to the EU only while strengthening European border controls and making migrant relocations within the bloc voluntary, not mandatory as Budapest asserted.

It said Soros proposed no payments to migrants, rather EU subsidies to member states to help them cope with migration.

“LIE”

To three other proposals attributed to Soros – that he wanted milder criminal sentences for migrants, to push national cultures and languages into the background to facilitate easier integration of migrants and sanctions against countries that oppose migration, the Open Society statement said, “Nowhere has Soros made any such statement(s). This is a lie.”

Orban once received a Soros grant to study at Britain’s Oxford University but later turned against the billionaire philanthropist, vilifying him as an alleged mastermind of a global agenda to weaken nation states.

The election campaign of Orban’s Fidesz party has built on a series of billboards warning Hungarians, “Don’t let Soros have the last laugh” and showing a laughing Soros in black and white. Some of the billboards have had “stinking Jew” scrawled on them.

The billboards, along with calls from Orban to preserve Hungary’s “ethnic homogeneity” and his endorsement of a World Two Hungarian leader who allied with Nazi Germany, drew accusations of anti-Semitism earlier this year.

Alluding to the billboards and to Orban’s rejection of immigration, especially from Muslim nations, the Open Society Foundations accused Budapest of “stoking anti-Muslim sentiment and employing anti-Semitic tropes reminiscent of the 1930s”.

Fidesz pulled the billboard campaign just before a July visit to Budapest by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Orban vowed to fight anti-Semitism.

The government has denied its campaign was anti-Semitic, and re-launched the billboards in the autumn in promoting a “national consultation” with voters.

Gulyas said it was “outrageous” that Soros called the campaign anti-Semitic. Immigration which Soros supported was bringing hundreds of thousands of people into Europe whose cultural background was inimical to Jewsm he said.

“It is not us who should be facing anti-Semitism charges,” he said, adding that Fidesz also had nothing against Muslim culture but was against mass immigration of people with a different cultural background to Hungary’s Christian roots.

FBI: Anti-White Hate Crimes Are The Fastest Growing Racial Hate Crimes In America

The data on anti-white hate crimes may be so flawed as to be useless.

In following the news, there have been quite a few “hate crimes” against white people that were not written up as hate crimes, but rather as robberies gone bad and so forth..

Daily Caller

A new FBI report indicates that hate crimes committed against white Americans are the fastest growing racial hate crimes in the United States.

The FBI report on 2016 Hate Crime Statistics shows that in 2016, there were 876 reported anti-white hate crime offenses in the United States. In 2015, this number was 734, indicating a 19.34 percent increase.

There were more racial hate crime offenses altogether in 2016 compared to 2015.

There were 4,029 single-bias incidents that targeted “Race/Ethnicity/Ancestry” in 2015, compared to 4,229 in 2016.

Anti-Hispanic or Latino hate crimes also increased in 2016. In 2015, the number of offenses targeting Hispanic/Latino Americans was 379. In 2016, that increased to 449, an increase of 18.46 percent. Anti-Black hate crimes actually declined by three offenses.

Within religious hate crimes, there were also increases. Anti-Jewish hate crimes increased by 20 percent and anti-Islamic hate crimes increased by 26.57 percent. Anti-Catholic hate crimes also slightly increased.

Since Donald Trump’s election win, many mainstream media reports have centered on hate crimes being supposedly inspired by Donald Trump and his supporters. A number of these reports have turned out to be false.

Liberal Solution to Terrorist Car Attacks: Ban Cars from Cities

The (((Deep State))) agenda just got a little clearer when a Buzzfeed journalist tested the waters by proposing to ban cars from big cities.

Personal transportation in the form of the motor vehicle gives people freedom. Dependency on government owned and operated transportation is another step toward enslaving the population.

Not only do they want to take our guns away, but also our cars.

Newsbusters

A BuzzFeed columnist has declared that “Cars don’t belong on the streets of big cities, and we should do everything in our power to get rid of them.” She can’t be serious? The headline is “We Should Ban Cars from Big Cities. Seriously.”

We’ve seen this idea proposed by environmentalists from time to time based on “climate change,” and by urban planners in the name of creating a few blocks of open space, but Jessie Singer’s advocacy of a total ban is largely in response to Tuesday’s terrorist attack in New York City.

JESSIE SINGER. THE JEWINESS IS STRONG WITH THIS ONE.

Exactly 10 years and 11 months ago, a different man steered onto the same Manhattan bike path that Sayfullo Saipov did this week. He also accelerated for a mile, and then he killed my best friend. My friend’s name was Eric Ng, and he died on the same block as Saipov’s first victim. The drunk driver struck Eric so hard that he was knocked out of his sneakers.

… After Eric was killed, the city of New York put up a few plastic bollards along the bike path, as though this was not a car problem, but a bollard problem. On Tuesday, Saipov drove right over those plastic bollards.

… the same bike path where an ISIS sympathizer killed eight people on Tuesday, Olga Cook was also killed by a driver in 2016. Carl Henry Nacht was killed there in 2006. Later that year, so was my best friend.

Of course, we all extend our sympathies to Jessie Singer for the loss of her friend. She has a valid complaint about the use of ineffective plastic bollards. Many bike paths in the U.S. are protected from vehicular intrusions by concrete posts or barriers at intersections with roads. It’s difficult to see, in light of the deaths Singer cited, why New York City hasn’t employed them in this instance.

But Singer also justified a car ban based on Tuesday’s terror attack:

In the coming days, politicians will try to convince you that what happened on the West Side Highway in Manhattan this week was an issue of terrorism, immigration, or religion. But just like the plague of mass shootings is a gun problem, the thousands of people killed by cars as they walk our streets every year is a car problem.

A gun lobbyist would typically step in right about now to ask whether those who demand gun control after mass shootings also want to ban cars after events like this week. To which I say: Hell yes. Cars don’t belong on the streets of big cities, and we should do everything in our power to get rid of them.

Guns and cars are not the problem, as they are inanimate objects which don’t kill anyone on their own. People using guns to kill is the problem. Singer’s friend died not because of the existence of a car, but because someone drove a car while drunk.

Singer’s attempt to look at the big picture should have caused Smith to send her column back for better data. She assumed that the nearly 6,000 pedestrian deaths in the U.S. in 2016 all occurred in urban areas. 2015 data, apparently the latest available with a rural-urban breakdown (which I could not link without forcing users to download a file), shows that 22 percent of pedestrian fatalities occurred in rural areas.

The New York Times reported in January that pedestrian deaths in all of New York City “increased last year (2016) to 144, from 139 in 2015.” The 2016 total is roughly proportional on a per-capita basis to the 5,997 such deaths in the entire U.S. Gotham’s figure is in a sense remarkably low, given how much more the average resident there has to walk.

That said, 2016’s nationwide death toll was an 11 percent increase from 2015. “Distraction” on the part of drivers and pedestrians is getting a lot of the blame for the increase. It should also be noted that pedestrians have sometimes contributed to their own deaths:

… researchers say they think the biggest factor (for the increase) may be more drivers and walkers distracted by cellphones and other electronic devices, although that’s hard to confirm.

… Another factor in pedestrian deaths is alcohol. Thirty-four percent of pedestrians and 15 percent of drivers involved in fatal crashes were intoxicated at the time … But there is no indication that there has been a change in drinking habits that would account for the spike in deaths …

Imagine being stuck in the middle of a big city without a car when the race war, civil war, or other emergency comes.

You’d be the proverbial sitting duck unless you thought you could walk out of town.

(((Liberals))) love Muslims because they assist in advancing the agenda. Smart people understand how to flip the script:

Ban Muslims, not cars.

Alex Jones: Manafort Indicted as Cover for Democrat Russia Crimes as Infowars’ Roger Stone is Suspended by Twitter

Alex claims that Paul Manafort has NOT rolled over on Trump in spite of knowing for at least a month that he’s going to be indicted for bullsh*t crimes that took place prior to hooking up with the Trump campaign.

Mueller is seen by Alex as corrupt, abusing his power to provide cover to the real criminals, which include himself, James Comey, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and God knows who else.

As usual, Alex uses the term “globlists” as a code word for our Jewish friends in high places.

Speaking only for myself, I enjoy Jones’ blunt, passionate speaking style. The first few minutes of this video make the point about what Alex believes about Mueller and the cover up. After that it’s more of his blather. Like I said, I enjoy his blather, but if you don’t the first few minutes offer the key information that Alex shares. His source is Roger Stone, a longtime friend of Donald Trump.

I was going to share some of Roger Stone’s Tweets, but the breaking news that just hit the wire services is that Stone has been suspended from Twitter.

Washington Examiner

Twitter suspended the account of Roger Stone after the informal adviser to President Trump and former aide to President Nixon went off on a profane rant at multiple journalists and pundits Friday.

Stone tweeted profane things at CNN’s Don Lemon and Ana Navarro and the New York Times’ Charles Blow Friday night as they discussed the impending indictments from special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller is investigating the Russian interference in the 2016 election and any possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.

Stone has been an ardent Trump defender and ripped the media personalities for discussing the reports of indictments.

Among the terms Stone used were homophobic slurs.

Politico reports that Stone mocked CNN’s Negro faggot newsreader as “dumber than dogsh*t.”

McCain Condemns Wealthy Draft Dodgers, Apparently Meaning Trump

As Senator John McCain faces a looming date with the grim reaper, he’s still unable or unwilling to control his legendary mean-tempered personality.

McCain is a little man in so many ways.

Yahoo

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) appeared to heap more criticism on President Donald Trump during an interview on Sunday, saying it was “wrong” for high-income Americans to dodge the draft during the Vietnam War.

“One aspect of the conflict, by the way, that I will never ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest income level of America and the highest income level found a doctor that would say that they had a bone spur,” McCain said during a segment on the draft that aired on C-SPAN 3 on Sunday. “That is wrong. That is wrong. If we’re going to ask every American to serve, every American should serve.”

While the senator’s comments didn’t directly reference Trump, the president is widely known to have received five deferments from the draft during the Vietnam War, four for education and one for bone spurs in his heels.

The New York Times obtained the president’s Selective Service records last August, and during an interview at the time Trump said the spurs had been “temporary” and “minor” and that over time, they “healed up.”

“They were spurs,” he told the outlet, although he noted that they were “enough of a problem.” He continued: “You know, it was difficult from the long-term walking standpoint.”

McCain served in Vietnam and was a prisoner of war for more than five years after his aircraft was shot down, during which he was tortured and held in solitary confinement.

Trump lambasted the senator during his presidential campaign last year, saying McCain was “not a war hero.”

“I like people that weren’t captured,” he said.

McCain, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in July, has amped up his criticism against the White House and members of his own party in recent months.

Last week, the senator used an acceptance speech for an award honoring his 60-year career in public service to slam what he called “half-baked, spurious nationalism” that had arisen in America following last year’s presidential election.

“We live in a land made of ideals, not ‘blood and soil,’” McCain said during his acceptance of the prestigious Liberty Medal, referencing the Nazi slogan chanted at recent right-wing rallies. “We are the custodians of those ideals at home and their champion abroad. We have done great good in the world. … We will not thrive in a world where our leadership and ideals are absent. We wouldn’t deserve to.”

Pat Buchanan Asks: “Is Liberalism A Dying Faith?”

Pat’s “America’s elites” are the people he won’t name.

I will.

Jews.

Name the Jew, Pat. You’re 78. The worst that can happen is that they suicide you.

The cuckservatives want to play ball with the Jews. If your choice, America, is the Jews or the “Nazis,” who will it be?

Zerohedge

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, [4]

Asked to name the defining attributes of the America we wish to become, many liberals would answer that we must realize our manifest destiny since 1776, by becoming more equal, more diverse and more democratic – and the model for mankind’s future.

Equality, diversity, democracy – this is the holy trinity of the post-Christian secular state at whose altars Liberal Man worships.

But the congregation worshiping these gods is shrinking.

And even Europe seems to be rejecting what America has on offer.

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George W. Bush Defends Globalist Agenda, Attacks Trump for Bigotry, Denounces Conspiracy Theories

It was a big day for Georgie Boy. He put on his big boy pants and gave a speech.

Yawn.

He’s dead to me now.

BBC

Nowhere in George W Bush’s 2,000-word speech does he mention the name Donald Trump. It was crystal clear, however, that the 43rd US president took dead aim on the 45th president from a podium at the Lincoln Center in New York City on Thursday.

Ex-presidents traditionally shy away from the political stage. It was long considered in poor taste for a former occupant of the Oval Office to criticise one of his successors.

Then again, these are days when seemingly set-in-stone norms and standards of behaviour have fallen by the wayside.

Mr Trump’s victory in the Republican presidential primaries was in some measure a repudiation of Mr Bush’s presidency and his vision for the Republican Party – and not just because the New Yorker belittled and subsequently bested Mr Bush’s brother, Jeb Bush.

Mr Trump frequently criticised Mr Bush’s decision to invade Iraq. He bashed the Texan’s efforts to broaden the Republican Party’s appeal to Hispanic voters by pushing for comprehensive immigration reform. He denounced free trade deals, including Nafta – signed by Mr Bush’s father, George HW Bush.

Now Mr Bush is offering his rebuke. When asked after his speech if his message would reach the White House, he smiled and replied, “I think it will”.

Here are just a few of the choicest lines that might be flying toward 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – and what they could mean.

Since World War II, America has encouraged and benefited from the global advance of free markets, from the strength of democratic alliances, and from the advance of free societies.

Mr Bush offers the classic defence of an internationalist foreign policy – that engagement and advancement of free markets and free societies is in the US’s best long-term interests.

Compare that to Mr Trump’s contention that the US has been taken advantage of by other nations – both through trade and in defence arrangements. He has expressed general distrust of multilateral engagement and views the global arena as a largely a zero-sum contest between competing national interests, where the US must put “America first”.

Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.

Mr Trump rose to national prominence by becoming a high-profile advocate of a particularly insidious conspiracy theory – that Barack Obama was not born in the US and, consequently, was ineligible to be president.

We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism – forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America.

Mr Trump not only has pushed for a crackdown on undocumented immigration, he’s proposed drastic cuts in refugee resettlement programmes and backed a bill in Congress that would cut in half the number of permanent residency “green cards” issued each year.

According to our intelligence services, the Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other.

Mr Trump, and his supporters, have consistently expressed scepticism about the conclusion by US government officials that Russian agents and hackers attempted to influence the US presidential election through social media, fake new reports and the release of purloined material from Democratic Party sources.

Our identity as a nation – unlike many other nations – is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood… Bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed.

“Blood and soil” was one of the phrases white supremacists chanted as they demonstrated in Charlottesville, Virginia, the night before violent clashes with counter-protesters in August. (Another was “Jews will not replace us”).

Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children.

During the primary campaign, Mr Trump called Jeb Bush a hypocrite, weak, low-energy, a lightweight, a failure, a “sad sack” and a “pathetic figure” with “zero communications skills”.

He tweeted that Jeb had to ask his “mommy to take a slap at me” but that “mom can’t help you with ISIS, the Chinese or Putin”.

Go away, George, you and your whole family.