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Joe Biden Refers to Asia as the ‘Orient’

By Eddie Scarry, Mediaite, Abrams Media, September 17th, 2014

Just hours after apologizing for using what was perceived as an anti-Semitic slur, Vice PresidentJoe Biden deployed another term Wednesday that some might consider ethnically offensive.

Speaking at a campaign finance reform rally in Iowa, Biden recalled a meeting he had with Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore. Biden described Yew as “the wisest man in the Orient.”

The terms “orient” and “oriental” are considered widely outdated and offensive to Asians.

Earlier in the day, Biden apologized for having recently described opportunistic bankers as “Shylocks,” a reference to a greedy Jewish money loaner in an Shakespearean play.

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"Earlier in the day, Biden apologized for having recently described opportunistic bankers as “Shylocks,” a reference to a greedy Jewish money loaner in an Shakespearean play." -- Poor fool. He of all people should know that even remotely talking about Jews in a negative manner is virtually outlawed in occupied USA. In Shakespeare's day Jewish greed was a known fact to virtually every European. Today it's OK to call bankers greedy, but if you dare point out that international finance is dominated by Jews it's "hate speech".

Orientals marry white guys for one thing, as an Oriental woman told me: To get the house!

Traditionally Asia was always called the Orient and the ethnicity of people from there as Orientals.

What's the big deal. Language merely communicates what's taking place.

Orientals don't mind producing babies by the thousands with European guys they marry. They aren't Europeans anymore, look at them, they're Orientals. You ever see one European baby resulting from an Oriental women marrying a European guy? Of course not. They'll get used to it once they hear it enough.

Hell, during WW11 Orientals were called monkeys, now that is insult. They may look like monkeys but their not monkeys.

"The Orient" means "The East"... as in the Far East. While referring to someone as "Oriental" can be considered offensive, "The Orient" is an accepted, if antiquated, term in geography.

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So "oriental" is offensive but "occidental" is ok? Seems racist to me.

Asia includes India, Japan, and a bunch of countries that are very different from each other. "Oriental" is a term describing Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodians, and Koreans. My wife is an Oriental and has no problems with that term. Her relatives describe themselves as Orientals. They don't want to be in the same box as Indians, Filipinos, and other groups they have no connection to.

There is such a place as "The Orient" just as there is such a place a "Europe" or the "Far East". The people in Europe are very different than the people in Africa or the Orient. What is the problem?

Why is the word orient considered offensive? It was used since the roman times and means "the east". Absolutly nothing wrong with that unless you're looking to be offended.

I must have missed the Asian memo telling me I should be offended about the orient.

"Orient" is not an offensive term. Where do they find these people?

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This is good news. Christian Serbian kids getting some fresh air, exercise, and a bit of survival training. Also good to see the Orthodox rejecting the jewmasonic state "church" of heretics. Whoever criticises this Christian holiday camp would rather have these kids be weak and corrupt, sitting playing video games, or off taking drugs and shoplifting, or off praying to allah, or raising money for Kikes, or getting queered. God bless Serbia. God bless and save thy people. Amen.

Holy Hierarchical Council of the Serbian True Orthodox Church



In regards to the media assault on the St. Lazar Orthodox Youth Camp organized by The Serbian Orthodox Monastery New Stjenik under the spiritual jurisdiction of our Church, I consider it my arch-pastoral duty to decisively raise my voice against the unscrupulous attack on the camp’s organizers and participants.

From the very beginning, St. Lazar Orthodox Youth Camp (Svetolazarov Pravoslavni Omladinski Kamp – SPOK) was envisioned and realized as a place where, for ten days out of the year, living in nature and in harmony with it, St. Sava’s and St. Lazar’s ideals of love for God, and accordingly love for one’s neighbor and fatherland would be nurtured. Let us clarify what these ideals for which SPOK stands actually mean.

The answer to this question is given on the SPOK website:

"To be at the same time defiant and obedient: defiant to the world, and obedient to God and the internal murmur of St. Lazar’s Kosovo Battle, which in every Serb’s soul calls him to Christian freedom: 'For you, brothers, are called to freedom' (Gal. 3:13).

"At the same time to renounce the earthly kingdom for the sake of the Heavenly, yet to fight for the earthly to the end, with the awareness that in it the Heavenly begins already.

"Grant, O God, that this golden longing take deeper root in our souls than breath itself.

"Grant, O God, to live for this Freedom and to die to sin and death, to be freed by Thy Freedom, O Lord.

"Let the battle be unceasing! The battle of loyalty to the holy crown of the Nemanjić dynasty – for Serbian unity – The battle against sin – for the Heavenly Kingdom, for the Orthodox soul and spirit of Serbia, for Serbian holiness – Svetosavlje.

"The battle for these ideals, even without a final victory is Serbian salvation and Serbian Freedom. May the battle be unceasing, may both our peace and our war be for the Serbian Autocratic King, the Precious Cross and Golden Freedom, even in these days when we have been defeated. Our battle begins again, for it is not finished and never shall be."

From the above cited it is clear that St. Lazar Youth Camp truly calls for a battle; but this is a battle for spiritual and moral values of each individual and for an entire nation. St. Lazar Orthodox Youth Camp is not and cannot be a camp of military training for children and youth, as the ill-intentioned media is attempting to portray it.

Like any other scout camp SPOK has a touch of military spirit and discipline in its various activities. The day begins with the raising of the national flag with the group singing of the national anthem “O God of Justice,” then calisthenics followed by daily activities such as mountain climbing, orientation, finding food in nature, national history lessons, art workshops, sport competitions, fun activities such as singing around the campfire, folk dancing and socializing among the camp participants. Furthermore, the activities of the camp are adapted to the individual needs and age of each child.

The activity of shooting with AirSoft plastic toy rifles was planned and carried out only in the course of one day, and that lasting for a few hours, shooting at paper targets. The use of AirSoft plastic toy rifles thus did not at any moment resemble military training, nor was the shooting conducted with the intention of training for armed combat. It is well known that marksmanship, just like the other activities of SPOK, can be found among the other ordinary activities of scout camps throughout the world (the models for SPOK were the scout camps of the Russian Church Abroad in the USA, which have several-decades-long experience).

The only way in which SPOK and other similar church camps differ from other classic scout camps is in their cultivation of spiritual values in children and youth through prayer and catechism classes.

Every year, over the ten-day period of St. Lazar Orthodox Youth Camp, special care is paid to the safety of the children and young participants; all activities are planned carefully well in advance. This special care is also attested to by the fact that during the entire session of the camp, with the fifteen camp participants, ten adult volunteers (educators) are also present, among which are always several parents of the child participants. In what daycare, school, field trip, or sports club exist such a ratio between young participants and adult educators, of 1.5 participants to 1 educator?

We should especially emphasize that this is a matter of people who wish to spend quality free time with their children, without computers, televisions, cell phones or even electricity, but rather, with conversation, socializing and group overcoming of the difficulties of life in the Serbian mountain wilderness. Thus every year, at the end of the camp, farewells are especially poignant…

Four centuries before the glorious birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Athenian court condemned philosopher Socrates to death because he allegedly corrupted the Athenian youth. In fact, he taught the youth certain other values, not those which reigned during that time: for example, he told his disciples that one should not strive for wealth or anything else, only for virtue. Right before the execution of his death sentence, Socrates begged his accusers and condemners for “this much more”: to take revenge on his sons when they grew up and to “corrupt” them as he had “corrupted” the Athenian youth.

At our St. Lazar Camp, children learn virtues which perhaps today are not popular, but they are eternal, virtues which four centuries after Christ, the great Orthodox teacher St. John Chrysostom taught his disciples: that one should not fear anything except sin, for of all human evils, sin is the only true evil.

This media attack on our camp has needlessly upset the parents and children themselves who participated in the camp with a slanderous comparison of SPOK with extremism and even fascism which are entirely foreign to the ideals of our camp. We wonder, after all of this, will anyone apologize to the young participants, parents and organizers? We call upon all reasonable people to do all that is in their power to stop the slanders directed at SPOK by the media influenced by various anti-Serbian non-governmental organizations and the ecumenists from the ranks of the official church.

+Bishop Akakije

Chairman of the Hierarchical Council of the Serbian True Orthodox Church

Weapons training at youth camp draws criticism in Serbia

Video records of children who are learning how to shoot replica Kalashnikovs in a mountain camp of an unrecognized Orthodox Church triggered a debate in Serbia about abuse and protecting the youngest.

By Igor Jovanovic, Southeast European Times in Belgrade, 18/08/14

[YouTube video: Campers spent 10 days in the mountains during the Serbian True Orthodox Church camp, which includes survival training and weapons classes.]

A religion-based youth camp in a mountainous region of Serbia has drawn the attention of police and politicians after videos emerged that showed youngsters handling knives and replica Kalashnikovs.

The camp is operated by the so-called Serbian True Orthodox Church, whose members consider themselves the guardians of orthodoxy and have left the Serbian Orthodox Church.

The 10-day camp has children, some younger than 10 years old, living in tents and learning survival skills under the supervision of instructors.

"Police will investigate the whole case and whether there was any abuse of children," Serbian Police Director Milorad Veljovic told SETimes.

But there was no doubt for some politicians. Serbian Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic said that the violation of the rights of the youngest were obvious.

"It is unacceptable that children are abused in this way, and I expect an urgent response by the relevant authorities," said Gojkovic, who is also the president of the Parliamentary Committee on the Rights of the Child.

Aleksandar Vulin, the minister of Labour, Employment and Social Affairs, said authorities would interview the parents.

"In the first place, there is the responsibility of parents. Nobody can take their children away from them only because they let them go to the camp. That is why we should now discuss with the parents to see what actually happened. Parents should respond if they don't support that children practice with weapons," Vulin said. The leader of the Serbian True Orthodox Church zealots, who calls himself Bishop Acacius, said weapons training is only a small part of the camp.

"Of those 10 days, and all sorts of activities we had in the camp -- from games and entertainment, sports activities, hiking... it was only one day during the entire camp practicing the weapons replicas. I think that the whole story about the weapons in the camp and child abuse is absolutely exaggerated," he said.

The camp is also being criticised by the Serbian Orthodox Church.

"It was a scandalous way in which they militarised children, as they were misused and misled. This has nothing to do with Orthodoxy, Christ and the gospel, and we invite state authorities to investigate this group," said Bishop Porphyry, head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Croatia.

Deputy Ombudsman Serbia Gordana Stevanovic urged authorities to investigate the camp.

"It is a constitutional right of parents and legal guardians to give children religious and moral education in conformity with their convictions, but this right is limited to the obligation of all children's activities are age appropriate," she told SETimes.

Zarko Trebjesanin, a psychology professor at the University of Belgrade, told SETimes that the camp sends a dangerous message.

"It is very positive we had immediate and unanimous public reaction that it is unacceptable that children are brought up in such a militant spirit, especially when it is associated with religion. Then it is opening a door to fundamentalism or extremism, which is devastating for any democratic society," Trebjesanin said.

How does training with weapons at a youth camp lead to fundamentalism and extremism? Add your thoughts in the comment area below.

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Heartless Japanese government!

Is this Democracy?

Give the people what they want!

Japan’s darling on Tokyo Russia sanctions list

RT, August 05, 2014

Crimean prosecutor, Natalya Poklonskaya, an internet sensation, whose anime-style images gained her overwhelming popularity, particularly in Japan, has found herself among forty officials put on a sanctions list by Tokyo.

The list, made public by the Japanese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, includes former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, a number of top figures in the self-proclaimed People’s Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, as well as people believed to be “directly responsible for the annexation of Crimea.”

"Japan will continue our coordination with G7 nations and the international community to achieve a peaceful and diplomatic resolution of the Ukraine situation," Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a regular briefing, according to AFP. "We have made our decisions to select those who were directly responsible for the annexation of Crimea and destabilization of eastern Ukraine, and after we reviewed sanctions by the United States and EU."

Adoration by the Japanese online community did not save the Crimean prosecutor, Natalya Poklonskaya, from being added to Tokyo’s black list.
Poklonskaya took up her post just days ahead of the March 16 Crimean referendum on independence from Ukraine, after four of her male colleagues refused to take the risk.

Her first press conference gained her YouTube stardom, garnering 3.7 million views in just three days. Her youth, good looks, quiet voice and emphatic statements inspired a lot of anime-style images of Poklonskaya, and earned her the nickname of ‘Prosecutie’.

In Russia she received an online nickname “nyasha” (sweetie), to which Poklonskaya reacted by saying she would prefer to be perceived as a prosecutor and will not tolerate any meaningless “nyash” or “myash” while at her post. That secured ‘Nyash-Myash’ as a popular nickname for the young prosecutor.

She has not yet reacted to being included on Japan’s list of sanctioned officials. The response to Tokyo’s sanctions has mainly come from the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Moscow now believes it “inappropriate” to hold diplomatic consultations between deputy head of the Foreign Ministry, Igor Morgulov, with his Japanese counterpart, Shinsuke Sugiyama, scheduled for the end of August.

“Now that Tokyo has adopted additional anti-Russian sanctions, we consider it inappropriate to hold this meeting. Consultations have been postponed,” deputy head of the ministry’s information department, Maria Zakharova, told journalists.

БИФЕ ПУТИН во центарот на НОВИ САД


​Over 400 Ukrainian troops cross into Russia for refuge

RT, August 04, 2014

More than 400 Ukrainian troops have been allowed to cross into Russia after requesting sanctuary. It’s the largest, but not the first, case of desertion into Russia by Ukrainian soldiers involved in Kiev’s military crackdown in the east of the country.

According to the Rostov Region’s border guard spokesman Vasily Malaev, a total of 438 soldiers, including 164 Ukrainian border guards, have been allowed into Russia on Sunday night.

One of the Ukrainians was seriously injured on his arrival in Russia. He was taken to the hospital for surgery, the officials added.

The other Ukrainian soldiers have been housed in a tent camp deployed near the checkpoint via which they entered Russian territory. The Russian border guards are providing them with food and bedding.

Footage taken by the Russian media at the scene showed the Ukrainian soldiers being handed ration packs and resting in their temporary shelter. Those who agreed to speak on camera said they were relieved to be in safety for the first time in weeks.

“We were given an order to leave out positions and go to Russia trough a corridor. We were told it would be safe. Of course they, I would say, made us go fast from behind,” one of the soldiers, a BMP driver who would not reveal his name or even show his face on camera, said.

“It was so bad back there. Hot, and so many deaths and bad things,” another one, Dmitry, said. “Folks can rest here. They gave us a chance to wash, gave us new clothes. We are thankful.”

“We have been in those fields for more than six months and are very tired,” he added.

Another one, Yaroslav, said he wishes to go back to his family in Ukraine.
“I want to do something peaceful. My contract expired four months ago,” he explained.

On Sunday, the Ukrainian anti-government militia reported that it was in negotiations with a large contingent of Ukrainian troops they encircled in Lugansk region on a possible surrender. The negotiations were being hampered by the troops’ intention to destroy some 70 armored vehicles in their possession before laying down arms, which the militia wanted to capture intact.

The Gukovo border checkpoint, through which the Ukrainian troops crossed into the Russian territory, is located on Russia’s border with the Lugansk Region of Ukraine, indicating that these are the same troops that were negotiating with the militia. If so, it was not immediately clear whether the vehicles they had were really destroyed.

The flow of deserters from the ranks of Ukrainian Army and National Guard seems to be increasing amid the escalating violence in Donets and Lugansk Regions, where Kiev is fighting against armed anti-government militias.

In late July 41 Ukrainian troops fled to Russia to escape fighting in eastern Ukraine. They are now being prosecuted in Ukraine for deserting in the heat of battle.

Several Ukrainian units have been reported to recently to be cut off from supply lines after attempted offensive operations, which brought them behind the militia-controlled territories and close to the Russian border.

The Ukrainian troops, while far superior to the militia in terms of heavy weapons, suffer from poor logistics. Many soldiers complain about lacking even basic supplies like food and water on the frontline. The situation is aggravated by cases of apparent negligence from the command, with units being supplied with faulty equipment, coming under friendly fire and simply left behind while retreating from militia counter-attacks.

A YouTube video allegedly shows a Ukrainian soldier explaining how he has to catch and cook snakes because his unit receives no rations.
Kiev’s National Guard unit mutiny: ‘We’ve been discarded like trash’

This causes serious morale problems in the army, with more critical voices saying the Ukraine de facto has no infantry troops and has no other way to fight but by leveling militia-held cities to the ground with artillery and air strikes.

There is a growing resistance to the military campaign among Ukrainian population, with several cases of mass protests against the latest mobilization drive, as mothers and wives of conscripts took to the streets to demand that their loved once not be drafted into the army.


Anti-Semitic article published in Spain

i24 News, July 28th 2014

Award-winning writer claims that Jews 'not made to coexist', maintain 'invisible community of blood'

The Jewish community in Madrid said it would take legal measures against a well-known writer who used the Israeli operation in Gaza to justify the historic expulsion of Jews from Spain, in an editorial published July 23 in the Spanish daily El Mundo.

Antonio Gala, an award-winning playwright and author, explained that “It’s not strange that they have been so frequently expelled,” adding: "What is surprising is that they persist. Either they are not good, or are being poisoned". He also wrote that he is "not a racist", according to the Times of Israel.

Gala begins with the assertion that “The Jewish People could have done much good for mankind” but “it is a thought they were not made to coexist.”

The article, titled "The Chosen" states “Now you have to suffer their abuses in Gaza, and review it all with an apparent injustice. They are never clear.”

Gala was the 1989 laureate of the Leon Felipe Prize for Civic Values.

He also writes that Jews have “new means, dimensions and benefits with new pressure from a power situated elsewhere in the world and an invisible community of blood.”

In a letter to the editor of El Mundo, David Hatchwell, president of the Jewish Community of Madrid, has committed to prosecute Gala over the article.

"We are familiar with this form of aggression and the consequences if the red line is crossed," said Hatchwell, who added that the "defense" of his community against Gala will be based on an article of the Spanish legal code which prohibits anti-Semitic discourse.

In 2009, El Mundo had already drawn the ire of Spanish Jewish Institutions after the publication of an interview with Holocaust denier David Irving, who was presented by El Mundo as an "expert" and "innovative thinker".

Hundreds of thousands of Jews were expelled from Spain and Portugal in the 15th and 16th centuries, during the period of the Inquisition, a campaign of persecution by local leaders and the Catholic Church.

To whom that usery ys lefe
Gostely he ys a thefe

José Antonio Primo de Rivera (Arriba, núm. 29, 23 de enero de 1936):

"El hambre del pueblo: he aquí otra angustia apremiante y a la que España puede poner remedio. La gran tarea de nuestra generación consiste en desmontar el sistema capitalista, cuyas últimas consecuencias fatales son la acumulación del capital en grandes empresas y la proletarización de las masas. El capitalismo –ya lo sabéis– no es la propiedad; antes bien, es el destructor de la propiedad humana viva, directa; los grandes instrumentos de dominación económica han ido sorbiendo su contenido a la propiedad familiar, a la pequeña industria, a la pequeña agricultura.


"Es necesaria [...] la reforma crediticio, que tiende a la nacionalización del servicio de crédito en bien de quienes lo necesitan, a quienes hay que redimir de sórdidos usureros y bancos suntuosos"



HAPPY NAVY DAY! (2014.07.27)

Borei-Class Submarines Enter Service Ahead of Russian Navy Day

MOSCOW, July 25 (RIA Novosti) – Two Russian submarines are entering service just in time for the Russian Navy Day, which falls on July 27 this year: a Yasen-class nuclear attack submarine Severodvinsk and a Borei-class ballistic missile submarine Alexander Nevsky.

Construction of the Severodvinsk began in 1993, but its completion was significantly delayed because of limited funding as a result of economic problems Russia faced in the 1990s. The submarine was finally launched in 2010.

The submarine, whose rivals are the US Navy’s Seawolf-class and Virginia-class submarines, is equipped with the Russian equivalent of the US Tomahawk missile, which can carry a nuclear warhead and has a firing range of up to 3,000 kilometers (1,800 miles).

The Yasen-class submarine also has additional missiles that can be used for high-precision strikes against ground targets.

The Borei-class Alexander Nevsky submarine began trials in October 2010. It was involved in test-firing Bulava intercontinental ballistic missiles, which all Borei-class submarines are equipped with. Aleksander Nevsky is the first series-built submarine of the Borei class.

Two additional Borei-class submarines and two Yasen-class submarines are currently under construction. In total, Russia plans to build 8 Borei-class submarines and 8 Yasen-class submarines by 2020.

Russia has been stepping up the development of its navy since Crimea became part of the Russian Federation in March. In addition to the Russian naval base in the Crimean city of Sevastopol, Russia is developing a port in the country’s southern city of Novorossiysk, so that part of Russian’s Black Sea Fleet vessels and troops could be deployed there.

By 2017, six Adm. Grigorovich-class frigates and six improved Kilo-class diesel-electric submarines will join the Black Sea Fleet.

Russia is also awaiting the delivery of two French-made Mistral-class assault carriers. The first one, Vladivostok, is expected in St. Petersburg in October, where it will be equipped with Russian weapons. The second carrier, Sevastopol, should be delivered in 2015.

Saint-Nazaire Journal: A French Port Welcomes an Intervention by Russia’s Military

[Photo: Ukrainians demonstrate at the French ambassador's residence in Kiev in protest of the construction of warships built for the Russian Navy by France.]

By MAÏA de la BAUME, The New York Times, July 21, 2014

SAINT-NAZAIRE, France — The owner of Norway’s Café is keeping a bottle of vodka chilled in case she gets a visit from any of the 400 Russian sailors temporarily stationed here. The chamber of commerce has put out a brochure for local shopkeepers with Russian phrases. Residents sometimes stop their cars to get a glimpse of the Russians playing soccer or sunning themselves near where their ship is docked.

Saint-Nazaire, a shipbuilding city on the Atlantic coast southwest of Paris, is used to seeing sailors from around the world. But few have been the subject of as much interest and debate as those who arrived here last month to begin training on the first of two warships built for the Russian Navy by France.

Even before the downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet over Ukraine put new pressure on Europe to impose stiffer sanctions on Russia, France’s decision to proceed with the sale of the warships to Moscow and to train the Russian Navy in how to operate them had prompted opposition and concern from the United States and other nations.

Now, with much of Europe showing signs of taking a harder line with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, Saint-Nazaire has become a symbol of the difficult trade-off between diplomatic and national concerns on the one hand and jobs and an economic future on the other.

The challenge facing France is one that many European nations are grappling with: Is Britain willing to risk the huge sums of Russian money that flow through London’s financial district? Is Germany willing to endanger the supply of natural gas from Russia?

But in few places is the trade-off quite as stark or direct as it is here. Like many shipbuilding centers, Saint-Nazaire has fallen on hard times. The unemployment rate is around 14 percent. In 2009, the main shipbuilder, STX France, put half the shipyard’s 2,500 employees on reduced hours, forcing them to take partial unemployment benefits.

In that kind of climate, the $1.6 billion deal signed in 2011 by President Nicolas Sarkozy to build two Mistral-class amphibious assault ships for Russia, and to train the Russians in operating them, was viewed here as a triumph. The Russian sailors are now in Saint-Nazaire to train on the first of the ships, the Vladivostok, which is scheduled for delivery in November. The second, the Sevastopol, is scheduled for delivery next year.

“I hope that the sale of the Vladivostok will be the start of a sustainable cooperation with Russia,” said Christophe Morel, a union delegate at the STX France shipyard. “It doesn’t happen often and helps 7,000 to 8,000 people make a living.”

Mr. Morel downplayed political concerns about the French contract with Russia, calling the Vladivostok a “big ferry” with minor advanced technology and “few weapons” onboard. (It is designed to carry up to 30 helicopters, 60 armored vehicles, 13 tanks and 700 soldiers.)

Mr. Morel said the shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines jet would weigh on decisions about the warships, but it would probably not change much in Saint-Nazaire.

“The only thing we can do is deal with the decision in one direction or the other, whatever our opinion and our position on the subject might be,” he said.

One recent afternoon, outside the base that is the berth for the Russian frigate Smolny, the home for the Russian sailors here, residents stopped their cars to stare at the Russian sailors. Some sailors were playing soccer while others sat on the ground sun-tanning.

But as a result of the controversy surrounding the deal, the Russian sailors have for the most part seemed like ghosts, barely visible in this port city of 67,000 people. Their ship is docked on a platform enclosed by fences. Sometimes, a naval infantryman dressed in a khaki uniform and helmet stands at the bow of the ship, as if he were watching over the port.

“The presence of Russian sailors here is quite surreal,” said Jean-Yves Grandidier, 37, who works at the tourist office opposite a bench where some of the Russian sailors often gather. “But it’s Russia, the land of impenetrable mystery.”

The sailors also congregate at the submarine base, which was built by the Nazis during World War II, to make phone calls, drink beer, and nibble on sunflower seeds. But there is limited information on their four-month training program and the Russian and French defense ministries have not issued any public statements about their activities.

Emmanuel Gaudez, a spokesman for DCNS, the naval shipbuilder that supervised the deal, declined to offer any details on what the Russians were doing. “We have decided to take a low profile,” he said. “It is a highly political case,” he said.

At City Hall, information on the Russians was scarce. A city employee said that the mayor had never been in contact with a Russian navy officer and had postponed a reception that was planned to celebrate the arrival of the sailors.

The employee, who did not give his name because of the sensitivity of the matter, added that the gyms provided by the city for the sailors had remained empty.

Still, in Saint-Nazaire, one of the centers of naval construction in France, shopkeepers remain hopeful that the Russians will eventually help generate business.

Marie-Christine Le Nay, who heads a local association that offers Internet services, phone cards and a billiard room to sailors from all over the world, has started keeping a French-Russian dictionary in her store in case the sailors want to communicate with her staff.

“They will certainly show up here soon,” Mrs. Le Nay said. “After all, they’re not tourists, they’re here to work.”

Asked about possible consequences of the airliner disaster, she said: “Everything will depend on how the Russian authorities react. All of this has a very political element to it. As for us, we just deal with whatever the decisions may be.”

Armelle Voleau, 51, who runs Norway’s Café, near where the Russians are based, keeps a bottle of Russian vodka in her refrigerator “in case the Russians ask for it,” she said. But she said that few Russians had stopped by her bar to get a drink.

“One of them shook my hand once,” she recalled, “and said: ‘We friends.


Some people are upset because the Irish Free State's "Friends-of-Israel" Whore-Minister of Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan abstained from voting on a UN Inquiry on Gaza. Reading from his Kike master's script, the traitor stated, quote predictably:

"The resolution failed to recognise the right of Israel as a democratic state in the region and it’s right to defend itself. I believe that it was an opportunity lost because the resolution could have been stronger and could have been better."

However, there is a much greater concern for Ireland! A matter of much greater import and relevance! I urge all decent people everywhere to contact this scumbag Flanagan at and write:

"Have you no shame? How dare you inflict Mrs Brown's Boys on the world? I demand an immediate embargo on the export of such trash! (Also, you're nothing but a whore for The Kike!)"

While pathetic Paddies are all in a righteous uproar over The Kike's treatment of Palestinians, they do fuck all about The Kike's control of Ireland (North and South) and all the Negroes and Muslims being constantly imported to replace Paddy Irishman!

On the other hand, any nation that permitted The Kike Shatter to have the power he had, and that hires the Rothschilds to run its banks, and that vomits forth excrement such as Mrs Brown's Boys deserves to be scourged.

The excrementory vomit is an Irish show produced by BBC Scotland.


International broadcasters

The series is also broadcast in Canada, Australia, Belgium, the USA, Iceland, Sweden and New Zealand. In Australia, the series has secured nearly 1 million viewers.

Critical reception

Although the show has had high viewership, it has received poor reviews from critics and has been dubbed the "worst comedy ever made".

"The whole thing is entirely predicated on viewers finding a man dressed as a foul-mouthed elderly woman intrinsically funny", noted Bernice Harrison, TV reviewer with The Irish Times. "If you do, you're away in a hack, and the viewing figures are astronomical, but if you don't, and you think that died out with Les Dawson and Dick Emery, then it's a long half-hour." The Irish Independent said that Mrs Brown's Boys was the type of TV programme "that makes you vaguely embarrassed to be Irish".

Outside of Ireland, it has received similarly poor reviews. Grace Dent of The Independent remarked: "Once seen, it is rarely forgotten. To love Mrs Brown, one must be thrilled by a man in a hairnet and dinner lady tabard saying the F-word roughly once every ten minutes, egged on by a loyal studio audience so whipped to hysteria by him that one can hear pants being soiled and spleens exploding with mirth." Paul English of the Daily Record blasted the show as "lazy, end-of-pier trash rooted in the 1970s... One half-hour of this actually made me angry. Angry that the BBC seem to be abandoning quality in the pursuit of lowest common denominator ratings." The Metro called it "jaw-droppingly past its sell-by date" and "not even remotely funny", saying that the BBC should "hang its head in shame" for showing "this RTÉ drivel".

Television ratings


Mrs. Brown's Boys was a ratings success upon its initial broadcast in Ireland. Every episode aired won its timeslot for RTÉ, with an average viewership of 753,500 in January 2011. One episode's rating beat that of RTÉ's own ratings giant The Late Late Show, with 856,000 viewers tuning in to watch. The 2011 Christmas episode was the most-watched TV show in Ireland over the holiday season, with a 48.6% audience share. A year later the show again topped the Christmas ratings with "The Virgin Mammy" gaining an average of 972,000 viewers and a 47% share, and "Mammy Christmas" gaining an average of 851,000 viewers and a 51% share.

United Kingdom

Its opening in the UK won 16.4% of the ratings in its Monday night slot and was received well by viewers. Despite the critical reviews, 2.9 million viewers had tuned in by the third episode. The 2011 Christmas Special achieved 6.61 million viewers, winning in its 10 pm time-slot. Consolidated figures revealed that the 2012 Christmas specials were the most watched programmes on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day respectively: "Mammy Christmas" had 11.68 million viewers (41.3%) and "The Virgin Mammy" was watched by 10.72 million (38.7%). The episode "Buckin' Mammy" was the most watched programme in the UK on Christmas Day 2013, with 9.4 million viewers.


In 2011 Mrs. Brown's Boys was nominated for a BAFTA award at the British Academy Television Awards. In February 2012, it won an IFTA for Best Entertainment Programme. At the 2012 BAFTA Television Awards, Mrs. Brown's Boys won the award for Best Situation Comedy, and Brendan O'Carroll was nominated for the BAFTA for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme. In September 2012, the show won best comedy at the TV Choice Awards. At the 2012 British Academy Scotland Awards, Mrs Brown's Boys won the award for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme. For two consecutive years, in 2013 and 2014, Mrs. Brown's Boys won the award for Best Comedy at the National Television Awards. In Spring 2014 the series is up for Best Comedy at the Scottish RTS awards.


The visuals of immigration protest

By Michael Cushman, Southern Nationalist Network, July 20, 2014

Assessing the image of anti-immigration protesters

When it comes to visuals and staying on message not all anti-immigration protests are created equal. One merely has to compare the visuals on display last weekend at the ‘Make Them Listen’ demonstrations across the United States with those staged by Southern nationalists over the last year across the South. The US conservatives who participated in the ‘Make Them Listen’ protests were surely sincere people who resent the US Federal Government’s policy of demographically replacing them with Third World immigrants. However, they could learn a lot from the approach of the League of the South in areas such as dress, symbolism and staying on message.


Southern nationalists enforced a dress code that required participants to look neat. Most participants wore collared, button-up or polo shirts with a belt. While some wore suits, a large percentage of Southern nationalists at the demonstrations wore the League of the South’s black polo shirt. Clothing with pictures or holes was forbidden. This projected a clean-cut, serious image of respectability. Multiple reporters and even several Left-wing, anti-Southern writers commented on the neat appearance of the Southern nationalist demonstrators.

In contrast, US conservatives at the recent anti-immigration demonstrations wore a wide range of clothing, some of which was distracting and much of which was extremely casual and far from neat. It would be easy to blame the summer heat for the lack of good dress; however, Southern nationalists have staged demonstrations in southern Georgia and central Alabama in extremely hot and humid environments and have maintained an appropriate dress code while doing so.


Southern nationalists stuck to the issue of ethnic replacement in their immigration protests. In South Carolina they noted that ‘Lindsey Graham wants to replace us.’ In Florida their signs read ‘Marco Rubio wants to replace us.’ In Georgia they went after a local pro-immigration leader, saying ‘Mayor [Paul] Bridges wants to replace us.’ In each of these locations League demonstrators also had signs that read ‘It’s wrong to replace us.’ Everywhere they staged demonstrations on the issue the message was the same. This message resonated with the public and allowed Southern nationalists to make the point that their concern was not partisan in nature. It was also not a watered-down message but one rooted in genuine ethno-nationalism.

In contrast, US conservatives were all over the map at their ‘Make Them Listen’ demonstrations. Many held signs attacking US President Barack Obama, making the demonstration overtly partisan. Others got off on a religious tangent, holding signs reading ‘America needs Jesus.’ Some called for US government action against Mexico while others said ‘Stop gov. bigotry against U.S. citizens,’ adopting the language of Leftists while opposing the actions of the central government. In short, there was no consistent message or attempt to maximise the impact of the often small number of protesters. As well, there was a noticeable lack of ethno-nationalism in the protests. A large number of the signs touched on civic-nationalist ideas about citizenship and being a ‘nation of laws’ and so forth. This writer has yet to see any signs from the demonstrations which made the moral argument about ethnic replacement as did those of Southern nationalist demonstrators.


Southern nationalists used no more than two flags at any of their immigration protests. In Georgia they used the Georgia Secession Flag and the Black Cross (Southern Nationalist Flag). In South Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama they used the State Flag and the Black Cross. In Florida they used the State Flag and Bonnie Blue Flag. There was always at least a dozen flags with poles of the same length. After the initial demonstrations in Uvalda and Vidalia, Georgia, the League had professional signs reading ‘It’s wrong to replace us’ and ‘___ wants to replace us.’ Southern nationalists also had large (8′ x 2.5′) professionally-made banners with the League’s name and website which had the ethno-nationalist slogan ‘For the Southern people!’ In short, the symbolism was minimal, consistent, professional and on-message for the events. The result was that the message of the demonstrations was difficult to miss. The public’s reaction was overwhelmingly positive despite the vicious, slanderous attacks against the League in the US media.

The US conservatives protesting the US government’s policy of ethnic replacement were the most consistent (which is positive from a public relations perspective) when it came to symbolism. They overwhelmingly chose to display the Federal flag while protesting the Federal Government’s actions. Some demonstrations also had the ‘Don’t tread on me’ flag adopted by Tea Party groups. A few had State flags and some had US military banners. But the Federal flag was ubiquitous. Nearly all of the signs that the demonstrators held were home-made. While some were wordy or difficult to read, most were short and direct – another positive. In general though, the US conservative protesters looked disorganised, put together on the spur of the moment and lacking a consistent focus other than their love of the flag of the government which is replacing them with Third World immigrants.

The pictures below point out the difference in the visuals of anti-immigration protest between US conservatives and Southern nationalists. Which group has its act together? Which is on-point? Which projects a positive, professional image? Which inspires confidence?

Immigration protests visual pictures comparison:


sorleyboy • Quite a contrast in professionalism and organization.

John Henderson • Very nice! I love the dress code. Comfort is not a legitimate excuse to dress poorly.

Nicholas I • I appreciate your points about dress. However, it really makes no difference, because:

(a) If you dress well, you'll be attacked for having "white privilege", and contrasted with dirt-poor and starving border-crossers.

(b) If you dress casually (including poor whites who can't afford new clothes), you'll be labelled "white trash".

(c) The media and courts and academia and governments and federal agencies don't care what you say or think, and want you to be ethnically replaced.

(d) Americans, whether Yankee, Westerner, Prairie folk, Southern, urban, rural, whatever, all BEG instead of taking control.

(e) The ONLY way to regain control of America, the USA, North or South, is to take power from the Jews who control the US media, governments, courts and universities.

drakeshelton • When is the Southern nationalist movement going to finger the Catholic church as the primary enemy of our people?


French online forums overflow with hate over Israel offensive

Laurence Benhamou, 2014.07.20

Paris (AFP) - The deadly Israeli offensive in Gaza has let loose an unprecedented wave of hate [sic] on media websites and social networks in France that [professional] moderators say they are struggling to contain.

The bombardment by land, sea and air that has killed at least 425 Palestinians [now 500+] has enflamed tensions far afield from the Middle East, especially in France with its large Muslim and Jewish communities.

Paris protests in support of Gaza residents have degenerated into violence on several occasions."As soon as you talk about Israel, it crystallises all passions, with up to 20,000 or 30,000 comments sometimes after an article, of which we will only let five to 10 percent through," said David Corchia, head of Concileo, a firm of moderators that counts the dailies Le Figaro and Liberation as clients.

Helped by software that automatically reports suspect keywords, online moderators can filter comments in accordance with special legal requirements in France as well as client requests . Those laws ban racist, anti-Semitic or discriminatory messages among others, as well calls for violence.

The moderators have little time to decide whether to let a remark through, and generally block 25 to 40 percent of comments.

But on the subject of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the rejection rate can reach 95 percent .

"There are three times as many comments than normal, all linked to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict," said Jeremie Mani, head of Netino, which looks after the websites of the Le Monde daily, Europe 1 radio and major French television channels.

- 'Sickening content' -

Netino's 250 moderators, most of them based in Madagascar, deal with tens of millions of comments every month.

"We see racist or anti-Semitic messages, very violent, that also take aim at politicians and the media, sometimes by giving journalists' contact details," Mani said.

"This sickening content [sickening for whom?] is peculiar to this conflict. The war in Syria does not trigger these kinds of comments.

"On the pro-Palestinian side, identical messages are posted on dozens of sites. On the pro-Israeli side, there are fewer messages but they are better organised ," he said. "But it's a dialogue of the deaf. Neutral netizens... are really annoyed to see their space for dialogue monopolised by this issue."

The vitriolic messages about the conflict come up not only after content about the conflict itself -- but can be found under any subject.

"On an article about the Tour de France, after four comments it's about Gaza," said Mani.

"On one story about salmon fishing, I saw a comment saying: 'Stop talking about this, the problem is there are too many Jews'. Without any moderation, these hate messages would invade everything, particularly as they quickly breed followers."

Media sites are not the only platforms that fall victim to violent messages. Public spaces on social networks such as the Facebook pages of famous people are targeted, and those comments are first published before they can be removed.

- 'Psychologically' demanding -

And while the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict may generate a large amount of vitriol, other events of a certain nature do, too.

Corchia said that when a teacher was stabbed to death by a student's mother in front of her young pupils earlier this month, racist messages began pouring in as soon as the foreign-sounding name of the assailant was revealed.

And when a former local election candidate for the far-right was given a nine-month jail sentence this week for comparing France's black justice minister, Christiane Taubira, to a monkey , Corchia said that on one story, moderators were only able to publish 500 comments out of 10,000 .

"We watch for word associations. For example, any allusion to World War II is eliminated ," he said.

Pierre Duhau-Laurent, marketing director for Atchik Services, which moderates the websites of the French presidency and the Le Parisien daily, said "organised propaganda" was currently sweeping social networks at night.

"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has bought sponsored tweets for his messages. And Hamas's response is just as organised," he said."

Calls for murder are our daily life. It's sometimes hard psychologically for our moderators."




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