White Genocide – From their Own Words Video Compilation

I have been unable to find this video on youtube. Since only youtube videos will embed on WordPress without special add ons, here are the links to Liveleak and Bitchute.

Watch on Liveleak.

Watch on bitchute.

I suggest breaking the video up into 10 to 15 minute segments rather than trying to watch all at once. I’m working my way through it myself.

From the Liveleak information:

Two and one half hours of activists, talking heads, and world leaders admitting: White Genocide is real and it is a crime under the UN Convention on Genocide of 1948. See what the media wont show you and hear it in their own words, then judge for yourself. Please spread this video.

Threaded discussion at 4 chan.

Wikipedia entry on white genocide conspiracy theory.

Threaded discussion at GLP

Trump Pulls Out of UNESCO in Support of Israel

Candidate Donald Trump ran a campaign that was partly about getting tough with the United Nations.

In a Thursday morning surprise, he announced the U.S. would withdraw from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Conservatives, nationalists, and populists should be happy to see the UN weakened by this move. Soon after, Israel also withdrew from UNESCO.

This excerpt explains the background to Trump’s move. The part that everyone should be concerned about is that he did it for Israel.

Excerpt from Vox

Thursday morning, Americans woke up to some news that felt like it was out of left field: The Trump administration was withdrawing the United States from membership in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

This seemed strange because UNESCO is such an inoffensive-seeming organization: Its most prominent function is designating and protecting official international landmarks, called World Heritage Sites — places like The Alamo and the Great Barrier Reef. What possible reason could the US have for quitting an organization devoted to culture and science?

The reality, though, is bit a more complex, as the US and UNESCO have actually been at loggerheads since 2011.

The key issue, as with many US-UN disputes, is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In October 2011, UNESCO admitted the Palestinian territories to the organization as an independent member-state called Palestine. This triggered a US law which cut off American funding for any organization that recognized an independent Palestine. The US had previously paid for 22 percent ($80 million) of UNESCO’s annual budget.

Finally, in 2013, after the US missed several rounds of payments to UNESCO, the organization suspended US voting rights in its core decision-making bodies. So the US hasn’t been a real UNESCO member for a while. Trump is just making that status official — and scoring a domestic public relations coup with pro-Israel, anti-UN conservatives in the process.

“A lot of UNESCO’s work is quite pointless,” Gowan tells me. “But it also runs an odd array of worthwhile programs on issues ranging from education to tsunami warning.”

Some of these things, like supporting international Holocaust education, are really important. But the organization isn’t nearly as prominent or geopolitically significant as the UN Security Council, which sets binding international law, or UN Peacekeeping, a body literally tasked with helping war-torn countries transition to peace. That makes UNESCO a natural venue for countries that want to engage in ideological grandstanding and symbolic protest votes without actually causing too much chaos in the international system.

Earlier this year, UNESCO designated the core area of the West Bank city of Hebron — home to the Cave of the Patriarchs, an important religious site for Jews and Muslims — as a Palestinian World Heritage Site, a symbolic slight of both the US and Israel. It’s easy to imagine UNESCO voting to take more actions like this in the future.

“Non-Western countries are already a powerful bloc in UNESCO, and their influence will increase further [after US withdrawal],” says Gowan. “Expect lots and lots more UNESCO resolutions bashing Israel, for a start.”

Vox’s use of the word “bashing” tells you their politics. Israel can’t be criticized without somebody paying a price. Fair criticism and bashing are two different things. How far will Trump go to please the Israeli lobby?

Trump: Rocket Man Kim won’t be around much longer

The back and forth war of words heats up. The first guy to blink, loses.

Sky News

Donald Trump has made fresh threats against the North Korean regime after it branded him a “mentally deranged megalomaniac”.

The US President warned Pyongyang’s foreign minister that if he if “he echoes thoughts” of the country’s leader Kim Jong Un they both “won’t be around much longer”.

He was responding after Ri Yong Ho told the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday that targeting the US mainland with its rockets was inevitable after “Mr Evil President” made an “irreversible mistake” by calling Mr Kim “rocket man”.

Describing Mr Trump as a “mentally deranged person full of megalomania,” Mr Ri went on to tell the annual gathering of world leaders that the country was now “only a few steps away from the final gate of completion of the state’s nuclear force”.

Hitting back on Twitter, Mr Trump wrote: “Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at UN If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won’t be around much longer!”

Shortly before Mr Ri was scheduled to speak at the assembly, the Pentagon announced a fleet of US bombers and fighter jets had flown off North Korea’s coast, in what it called a “clear message” to Pyongyang.

Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said it underlined the range of military options available to the US.

On Thursday, Mr Trump announced new sanctions to any companies and institutions that finance and facilitate trade with North Korea.

Mr Ri did not comment on the military show of force, but added there is no “chance that North Korea would be shaken an inch or change its stance due to the harsher sanctions by the hostile forces”.

He added Pyongyang does not have “any intentions to use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against countries that do not join the US in military actions”.

On Friday, the US President publicly branded Mr Kim a “rocket man” and said American “really had no choice” but to confront the authoritarian regime.

Mr Kim branded the speech the “most ferocious declaration of war in history” and said he would consider the “highest level of hardline countermeasure” in response.

Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington have increased in the past few weeks and intensified when the North conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test on 3 September. It has also threatened to test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific.

Earlier this month, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted its ninth round of sanctions on Pyongyang in response to the nuclear test.

Liberals Love Kim Jong Un for Trump “Dotard” Insult; Called Obama “Wicked Black Monkey”

Liberals are now in love with a dictator who says he wants to nuke the United States. All because he called American president Donald Trump a “dotard.”

Telegraph

Kim Jong-un’s latest broadside against Donald Trump had people across the globe reaching for a dictionary as he described the President as a “mentally deranged US dotard” in his latest outburst yesterday.

The antiquated expression is defined as “an old person, especially one who has become weak or senile”.

Merriam and Webster says in modern usage it commonly means “a person in his or her dotage”. It comes from the Middle English word doten (meaning “to dote”), which initially had the meaning of “imbecile” when it began being used in the 14th century.

On December 27, 2014, The Telegraph reported that Kim hurled the “wicked black monkey” insult at Obama.

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA–BLACK MONKEY.

Liberals must have forgotten that Kim is a racist, the worse thing in the world you can be unless you’re the uniquely evil Donald Trump. Kim is now a hero to the American liberal. Hopefully, when he nukes the U.S., San Francisco will be his first target.

I don’t know about you, but when the Day of the Rope comes, I’m going to save my rope to string up liberals. After they’ve been tried and convicted of treason, of course.

Read more at GLP.

Link to Twitter Dotard Page

Pat Buchanan Praises Trump’s Pro-Nationalist, Anti-Globalist UN Speech

GENERAL CHARLES DE GAULLE IN 1943, LATER PRESIDENT OF FRANCE.

Pat Buchanan has written some of the strongest praise for American President Donald Trump that I’ve seen recently.

Pat Buchanan compares Trump’s call for nationalism to French President Charles De Gaulle’s similar ideas of 50 years ago.

Trump is putting America first. His desire is to see nation-states organized along ethnic lines, with each nation putting its peoples first too.

Trump hasn’t abandoned his anti-globalism, says Pat.

Lew Rockwell

Trump — American Gaullist
By Patrick J. Buchanan
September 22, 2017

If a U.S. president calls an adversary “Rocket Man … on a mission to suicide,” and warns his nation may be “totally destroyed,” other ideas in his speech will tend to get lost.

Which is unfortunate. For buried in Donald Trump’s address is a clarion call to reject transnationalism and to re-embrace a world of sovereign nation-states that cherish their independence and unique identities.

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Kim Jong Un: ‘Deranged’ Trump to ‘pay dearly’

KIM GIVING HIS PERSONAL WARNING TO PRESIDENT TRUMP.

If we assume that the threats spoken by President Trump and North Korea’s Kim are not theater scripted in Tel Aviv, then let’s suppose that both parties are rational people, nor madmen.

After eight years of Obama leading the U.S. by hitting a golf ball as often as he could while leaving the tough issues to his successor, the American people decided by a narrow margin they wanted a tough guy president rather than a woman sociopath.

The North Koreans, whose country was destroyed during the Korean War, likewise have a tough guy whose goal is to preserve his regime.

Kim has noted that Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein ended up dead because they had no credible threat to use against the American Empire.

Like all rational people, Kim wants to live, so he’s building missiles and nukes that can hit the U.S. From a rational perspective, these weapons are a deterrent against American aggression. So are his alleged chemical weapons.

So where are we today? In a war of words. Once you have weapons, the threat is enough.

Sky News

Donald Trump is “deranged” and will “pay dearly” for his threats, according to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

In a rare statement reported by the country’s official news agency, Mr Kim said the North would consider the “highest level of hardline countermeasure in history” against the US.

Mr Kim’s words follow the US President’s threat to “totally destroy” North Korea, comments described by the North Korean dictator as “the most ferocious declaration of a war in history”.

He said that Mr Trump’s speech at the United Nations on Tuesday had only convinced him that Pyongyang’s nuclear programme must continue.

“His remarks… have convinced me – rather than frightening or stopping me – that the path I chose is correct and that it is the one I have to follow to the last.

“As a man representing the DPRK and on behalf of the dignity and honour of my state and people and on my own, I will make the man holding the prerogative of the supreme command in the US pay dearly for his speech.”

He added: “After taking office, Trump has rendered the world restless through threats and blackmail against all countries in the world.

“He is unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country, and he is surely a rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire, rather than a politician.”

Earlier in the week, Mr Trump had used his first speech in front of the UN General Assembly to describe Mr Kim as being a “rocket man on a suicide mission for himself and his regime”.

Mr Trump had said: “The United States is ready, willing and able (to act), but hopefully this will not be necessary.”

The President also called on member states to work together to isolate Mr Kim until he stops his “hostile” actions, a reference to a series of recent ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests by Pyongyang.

Mr Kim has promised to complete his nuclear programme in the face of strengthening sanctions, saying his state is nearing its goal of “equilibrium” in military force with the US.

Kim knows that he’s dead if he uses his weapons against the U.S. or an ally. He doesn’t seem suicidal to me. He seems more like a crafty gook, playing gook hardball, accustomed to dealing with weaklings like Obama.

Trump Praises China For Ordering Banks To Halt Business With North Korea

If you believe as I do that the North Korean threat is a psy op, engineered by the (((Deep State))) to add to the American military budget and to add to Israel’s aspirations, then you might not be impressed with the news about added sanctions on Kim’s regime. If you are inclined to believe the little fat boy is a real threat, then enjoy the good news that President Trump reported today at the UN.

Real Clear Politics

Sitting alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, President Trump praised the Chinese government for reportedly banning any of its banks from doing business with North Korea.

“You heard about China – what China was doing today, in terms of the banking system. That was a tremendous move,” the president said.

“I’m very proud to tell you that as you may have just heard moments ago, China, their central bank has told their other banks –that’s a massive banking system– to immediately stop doing business with North Korea,” Trump reportedly said off camera at the same meeting.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: It’s wonderful to have prime minister Shinzo Abe doing a great job for the people of Japan. He’s doing a wonderful job for the great people of Japan. We had discussions already today and this is a formalization of the discussions. We made a lot of progress both on trade and obviously, very importantly, we have discussed in great detail North Korea, with also South Korea, as you just saw.

So we will continue that dialogue — the relationship that has never been closer with Japan and the United States.

It will continue on with that way. I look forward to discussing some things that the group is here specifically to discuss, and we will be reporting back to you later.

Thank you all very much. You heard about China – what China was doing today, in terms of the banking system. That was a tremendous move and we have great respect and also would like to thank President Xi of China. It was a great thing he did today. Thank you very much. Thank you very much for being here.

If the whole North Korean situation is real, then Trump is doing better than Obama. That bar was set pretty low, however.

As they say, “It ain’t over til the fat lady sings.” This isn’t over yet.

I’m out of fat ladies. William Shatner will have to do. Trump’s inspiration–Rocket Man.