Muslim Migrants Severely Beat Woman In Germany (Video)

Published on May 27, 2017

A woman sticking up for herself was severely beaten by Muslim migrants in Germany. This is Angela Merkel’s cultural enrichment of Germany.

This comment offers a translation, which I cannot vouch for:

Translation: “This is the Result, when a man…when you tell an alien, he shouldnt call me a bitch, when you tell an alien, that he shouldnt stare at me, and undress me with his eyes. Dear People, this is Germany. Women are beaten here, Kids are abused and kidnapped and you are getting stared at, and you are getting stared at and you are getting stared at. Welcome Facebook, this great social Platform (sarcasm), I am excited, what you are gonna do with this…….nice fathers day to this male bitches, woman-beaters, its great, isnt it?”

Basically, this is the collision of 2 dysfunctional societies. She sounds like the kind of bitch that used to bully the pussyfied german males around her, and now she tried that shit with a dysfunctional mudslime and got beaten for it.

And now guess which sex she will likely want to have protection from now……..?
I like the political impact of this, but personally, I dont feel bad for her from what she said.

Ex-Navy Seal Tells Katy Perry to “Go to hell” During Fox News Interview

Katy Perry is one of the (((entertainment industry’s))) key propagandists, indoctrinating white youths into race mixing and capitulation to the New World Order agenda. She’s admitted selling her soul to the devil.

In her newest song video she symbolically offers herself for group sex with a group of Negros, apparently for the Nogs to perform oral sex on her.

Ex-Navy Seal Carl Higbie is having none of her pro-Muslim, pro-terrorist nonsense.


Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie urged pop singer Katy Perry to try holding a concert in Syria if she wants to “hug it out” with Islamic terrorists.

Higbie, appearing as a guest on Fox News Thursday, said, “Go to hell, Katy Perry. Hold one of your concerts in Syria and see how that goes.”

The ex-Navy SEAL was responding to Perry’s recent interview Tuesday on the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show in which the singer made a plea for people to “co-exist” and to remove “barriers” and “borders” after the Manchester, U.K. Islamic terrorist attack that took the lives of at least 22 people, many of them children, and wounded at least 59 more.

The 32-year-old Perry also gave a group hug to fans in New York City Tuesday as a sign of support for the victims of the attack that occurred at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday evening.

“I love you,” Perry said to her fans, reports the Daily Mail. “We’re all in this together.”

“These people fundamentally don’t understand what’s going on here,” Higbie continued. “They don’t understand any of this – and they don’t want to understand, too. And that’s why I’m so strong against these celebrities who speak out, saying ‘Oh, we can fight this through love, it’s not really violent, they don’t really mean it.’”

Perry supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race and marched in the anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington, D.C. following Trump’s inauguration.

“We’re putting the political correctness of the Islamic culture over the lives of our citizens – and we need to stop that immediately,” Higbie urged.

Though he was criticized for telling Perry to “go to hell,” Higbie is not backing down on his comments.

“No. I’m doubling down,” he told the Daily Caller.

“The problem is that Katy Perry lives in a bubble,” he continued. “She influences millions of young children who believe everything that comes out of her mouth. It’s irresponsible of her to say something like this, when she has no understanding of the situation. Open borders would be a disaster.”

Congress should insist that celebrities that support open borders be required to share their living quarters with Muslims. Katy Perry has plenty of spare bedrooms to house some of those nice young Muslim males we see beheading hostages for ISIS. If she won’t go to Syria, maybe we can bring Syria into her estate.

LA Times Opinion Piece By Trump Hater Calls Negro-Led Court’s Travel Ban “poorly reasoned”


Today, as laid out in an earlier post, the 4th circuit federal court of the United States, based in Virginia, shot down President Donald Trump’s travel ban from countries supporting terrorism. All of those countries are Muslim nations.

In an opinion piece just published at the Los Angeles Times, writer Michael McGough, takes issue with the specific legal reasoning offered by the Chief Judge, a Clinton appointee to the Court.

McGough is not a fan of the ban and not a fan of Trump. I’m excerpting his points relevant to the legal reasoning written by a worthless Chief Judge who obviously isn’t going to be the target of a terrorist let into the U.S. by his inane Nigga-babblings disguised as law.

Writing for the majority, Chief Judge Roger L. Gregory wrote that the order “in context drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination” and thus likely violates the 1st Amendment’s ban on an “establishment of religion.”

Gregory’s opinion is eloquent but unpersuasive. Reading it reminded me that among the many sins for which Trump will have to answer will be stupid utterances and initiatives that led judges to punish him with poorly reasoned rulings.

Gregory’s ruling essentially hangs on a familiar, and superficially plausible, argument: that the order is a sanitized version of Trump’s notorious proposal in December 2015 for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”

In addition to the shutdown proposal, Gregory cites comments by Trump in interviews that “I think Islam hates us” and that America “can’t allow people coming into the country who have this hatred.”

These and other statements, Gregory concludes, are proof of “anti-Muslim sentiment” on Trump’s part. It was to effectuate that prejudice, not to protect national security, that the executive order was supposedly issued. That, the judge suggests, indicates “bad faith,” and Gregory notes that in a 2015 case Justice Anthony Kennedy indicated that courts may look beyond a “facially legitimate” exercise of the president’s immigration authority to detect an impermissible motive.

The court’s other evidence that the order was a pretext for religious bias is that some national security experts disputed the administration’s decision as to which countries whose residents it would temporarily prevent from coming to the United States. Gregory cites a friend-of-the-court brief by former national security officials that notes that no American had died as the result of a terrorist attack by a citizen of one of the six nations on the list in the last 40 years. This, Gregory said, proved that “ any national security justification for [the executive order] was “secondary to its primary religious purpose.”

Two problems here:

First, you can always find former officials who will dispute the wisdom of a particular administration’s policy when it comes to immigration or anything else. It’s possible that Trump’s executive order is stupid and ineffective and still within his authority – and still not a pretext for religious bias.

Second, the court is wrong, I think, in seeing Trump’s call for a temporary “shutdown” of Muslim immigration as a manifestation of religious hatred rather than an impulsive (and idiotic) exercise in what lawyers call over-inclusiveness.

…the lesson of the 4th Circuit decision is that any official action he takes in the area of immigration will be judged on the basis of his most extreme campaign rhetoric.

That’s a really troubling legal standard. In his dissenting opinion, Judge Paul V. Niemeyer pithily explains why:

“Because of their nature, campaign statements are unbounded resources by which to find intent of various kinds. They are often shorthand for larger ideas; they are explained, modified, retracted and amplified as they are repeated and as new circumstances and arguments arise. And they are often ambiguous. A court applying the majority’s new rule could thus have free rein to select whichever expression of a candidate’s developing ideas best supports its desired conclusion.

“Moreover, opening the door to the use of campaign statements to inform the text of later executive orders has no rational limit. If a court, dredging through the myriad remarks of a campaign, fails to find material to produce the desired outcome, what stops it from probing deeper to find statements from a previous campaign, or from a previous business conference, or from college?

Next stop, the Supreme Court. The black judge on the Supreme Court is a conservative. Let’s see how he and his peers rule.


David Duke, MILO, Others Lash Out at “stupid” Ariana Grande

Race matters. As Ariana Grande is nonwhite, as shown in yesterday’s post about the Illuminati princess, I wouldn’t expect her to make any statement against open borders or against brown or black immigrants flooding the West.

Both MILO and David Duke took the opportunity to get some attention to the issue of immigration by taking a swing at the demonic, Kabbalah worshiping pop idol.


Singer Ariana Grande, whose Monday night concert in Manchester, U.K. was targeted by terrorists, is now the subject of judgment by right wing and racist trolls on social media. The outspoken and predominantly conservative social media critics include such controversial figures as former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos and former Ku Klux Klan Imperial Wizard David Duke.

Yiannopoulos, who is permanently banned from Twitter, posted a string of messages on his Facebook page. “Sadly, Ariana Grande is too stupid to wise up and warn her European fans about the real threats to their freedom and their lives,” he wrote on Tuesday, just one day after the attack. “She will remain ferociously pro-immigrant, pro-Islam and anti-America. Makes you wonder whether they bombed to attack her or in solidarity.”

On Wednesday, he added that the fact that she hasn’t explicitly condemned the bombing less than 48 hours later is a “supreme act of cowardice.”

n their attacks against the pop star, some critics are invoking a 2015 incident wherein Grande made what many believe to be an anti-American and unpatriotic statement. She also, strangely, licked doughnuts on display at a bakery she was visiting. She apologized for saying “I hate America” and the doughnut licking, saying she was “sorry for not using more discretion with my choice of words.”

Grande hasn’t yet addressed Monday’s attack publicly, save for a tweet immediately after saying that she feels “broken” and is “so so sorry.” There is also an unconfirmed report that she has offered to pay for the funerals of the night’s 22 victims.

Besides Yiannopoulos, some far-right personalities and white supremacists criticizing Grande include David Duke, who suggested she put her fans at risk by supporting LGBT rights, among other things, and Wayne Allyn Root, a Libertarian who ran for president in 2008, who tweeted that “perhaps (Monday’s attack) changed liberal ignorance of Grande.” Lauren Cooley, a conservative personality, also wrote to her 48,000 Twitter followers that Grande “is a spoiled brat” for not visiting injured fans at the hospital because it’s “not like she was in the blast zone.”

Many on Twitter, however, are aggressively defending Grande, pointing out the pop star is likely traumatized and still processing the events, since it has been less than 48 hours since the bombing occurred.

Trump-Hating Diversity Champion Katy Perry Prefers Dead Fans to Borders

Pop singing sensation Katy Perry, another Illuminati creation, took advantage of the press coverage of the Manchester bombing to interject herself into the story. Her take? “No barriers. No borders. We all just need to co-exist.”

You probably saw my post yesterday featuring another Katie–Katie Hopkins. Katie Hopkins is based. Katy Perry is a tool of the (((entertainment industry))).


Pop megastar Katy Perry made an impassioned plea for people to “co-exist” and said that “barriers” or “borders” could detract from that goal in an interview following the terrorist bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K. on Monday night that claimed the lives of at least 22 people and injured dozens of others.

In an interview Tuesday on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, the “Chained to the Rhythm” singer suggested that people “unite” following the tragedy, which occurred as young fans and their parents were leaving the 21,000-seat arena at around 10:35 p.m. local time.

Perry’s preference for no “borders” or “barriers” may come from her staunch opposition to President Donald Trump, who promised during the 2016 campaign to build a security wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. The singer was a vocal supporter of former Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton, and previously marched in the anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington shortly after Trump’s inauguration.

The 32-year-old star has subsequently entered a new era of “purposeful” pop music and established herself as a vocal member of the anti-Trump “Resistance” movement.

Highly upvoted based comments at Breitbart:

man… i hate to be disparaging …. but what a stupid thing to say!!!! Men…conspired to murder little girls…. GIRLS!!! Your fans and you blather about borders and walls?
how f, kin stupid are you???

She is willing to sacrifice their lives to satiate her need to feel compassionate. People like her believe 2+2=5.

It’s OK those little girls died for diversity and a bigger liberal voting base.

Don’t be a bigot! “Diversity is our strength.”

We can live in peace with people who murder our children with nail bombs.

After these little girls were slaughtered Katy just wants everyone to remember that the priority is open borders and no walls.

Liberals never give a $#!T about the victims of their policies. Their ideology comes first, next the muslims, then the lives of those innocent little girls.

No borders, no barriers, no protection from the rapes in Sweden and Germany, no protection from the trucks mowing down people in France and Germany, no protection from flying nails at the Ariana Grande concert for young innocent British girls whose only crime was that their parents are a bunch of weak imbeciles who keep voting for liberals, who keep flooding their island with Muslims who want to murder them. Are we this stupid, people? Are the Europeans so weak and stupid that they would tolerate the violent collapse of their continent to satisfy godless freaks like Katy Perry? Trump is protecting America, but Canada, you’re the next western Europe!

Katy Perry lives in a $19 million estate with a wall. I’m certain she has bodyguards. She has some damn nerve.

He Dindu Nuffin: Father of Manchester Bomber Proclaims Son’s Innocence


The father of the Manchester suicide bomber has spoken out in defense of his son.

Dear old dad was a refugee, welcomed into Britain. The children and grandchildren of today’s refugees are going to be a security nightmare for West unless someone with the power to do so deports them.

Dad is lying. He is currently in Libya. He should never be allowed back on British soil.

Excerpt from NOLA

CAIRO — The father of the 22-year-old Briton who police say bombed a concert in Manchester insisted Wednesday that his son was innocent and just had been preparing to go on a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.

Ramadan Abedi, 51, also known by his nom de guerre of Abu Ismail, spoke to The Associated Press by phone from the Libyan city of Tripoli. He confirmed that his other son, Ismail, had been arrested Tuesday around Manchester by British authorities in the concert attack probe.

“We don’t believe in killing innocents. This is not us,” the senior Abedi said. “We aren’t the ones who blow up ourselves among innocents. We go to mosques. We recite Quran, but not that.”

Authorities say 22 people died and nearly 120 were wounded in the bombing at an Ariana Grande concert

He said last time he spoke to the 22-year-old Salman was five days ago as he was getting ready for a trip to Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah, a smaller pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca.

“Last time I spoke to him, he sounded normal. There was nothing worrying at all until two days ago (when) I heard the news that they suspect he was the bomber,” Abedi, the father of six children, said.

He said Salman visited Libya a month and a half ago and only returned to Manchester after winning a cheap ticket to Umrah. He said Salman, who was in his second year of studying economics, was planning to return to Libya to spend the holy month of Ramadan with the family. He denied that his son had ever been to Syria.

The senior Abedi worked as a security officer under dictator Moammar Gadhafi’s rule. In 1993, he fled the oil-rich North African country to Saudi Arabia after he was accused of helping Islamists by tipping them off before police raids. He denied having ties to any of Libya’s militant groups, including the Libya Islamic Fighting Group, which was linked to al-Qaida.

“This is nonsense,” he commented, adding that under Gadhafi, “anyone who went to a mosque raised question marks.”

After less than a year in Saudi Arabia, Abu Ismail said he fled to the U.K., where he sought political asylum and lived there for 25 years.

In 2011, Abedi returned to Libya during the mass uprising that descended into a civil war and ended with Gadhafi’s ouster and death. Libya since then sank into lawlessness, with rebels turning into militias and undermining successive transitional governments.

The Abedi family, however, is a close friend to the family of al-Qaida veteran Abu Anas al-Libi, who was snatched by U.S. special forces off a Tripoli street in 2013 then died in US custody in 2015. Al-Libi was on the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list and was accused of having links to the 1998 bombings of two American embassies in Africa.

Britain’s Heroic Katie Hopkins Under Police Investigation for So-Called Manchester Hate Tweet


Katie Hopkins has been reported to police for calling for a “final solution” in the aftermath of the terror attack at Manchester Arena which killed 22 people, including children.

In response to a tweet to Good Morning Britain presenter Phillip Schofield, Hopkins tweeted: “22 dead – number rising. Schofield. Don’t you even dare. Do not be part of the problem. We need a final solution.”

Her tweet has since been deleted and rewritten with a message reading “we need a true solution”, but social media users were quick to condemn the Mail Online columnist for originally referencing the Nazi term for the Holocaust.

Hopkins has been reported to the Metropolitan Police over the tweet, but it has not confirmed whether an investigation will be launched.

At least 22 people were killed and dozens injured in a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night.

Katie was on Fox News with Tucker Carlson Tuesday night. This exchange between Tucker and Katie offers rational opinion.


Tucker Carlson had Hopkins on his show and asked, flabbergasted, “What’s the point of having a government if they won’t protect your children?”

“They’re investigating you for your tweets in the country that gave the rest of us freedom of speech. This is kind of a philosophical question, but is a the government that is demonstrably unwilling to defend its own children and they are, despite the slogans in the tanks, is that a legitimate government? What’s the point of having a government if they won’t protect your children?”

For her response, Hopkins leveled a blow against the culture of political correctness in her country:

“Absolutely, it seems to me that the establishment and now on the side of anything that represents diversity, or indeed Muslims supporting Islam. We immediately have the greater Manchester Head of Police came out this evening and said, ‘We will not tolerate hate against the Muslim community.’ So many of us, unaware, saying ‘It’s OK, we will tolerate our little 8-year-old girls being slaughtered as they leave a concert, but we won’t tolerate hate speech.’ That seems to be where we’re at in the U.K. Tonight.”

Watch Katie with Tucker:

More Tweets and Retweets from Katie:

The left, the cucks, the Muslims, the “people of color” and the politicians want Katie behind bars. Let’s show her whatever support we can.