We're away from home for a bit, shall tend to the blog as soon as possible.
For those feeling pessimistic about the future of North Euros on planet Earth, some possibly interesting tidbits:
The new French ethnopatriot group, Génération Identitaire (Hail wrote about them) has spilled ink for daring to storm the roof of a mosque under construction in Poitiers, on the 1280th anniversary of Charles Martel's victory.
- Their 'declaration of war' (English subtitles).
Falko Baumgartner has written an excellent piece at Alt Right on the reasons behind these youngsters' worry.
This group, barely two months old, has so enflamed the islamophile chattering classes in France that calls have been made for its dissolution.
They gathered in Orange, in the south of France, for a 'convention identitaire' last weekend. Gallia Watch gives a round-up.
Their battle cry:
Identité! Elle est à nous!
On s'est battu pour la reprendre, on se battra pour la défendre!
Identity! It's ours!
We fought to take it back, we'll fight to defend it!
Other signs that all is not lost:
- The Netherlands to 'abandon multiculturalism.'
A new integration bill (covering letter and 15-page action plan), which Dutch Interior Minister Piet Hein Donner presented to parliament on June 16, reads: "The government shares the social dissatisfaction over the multicultural society model and plans to shift priority to the values of the Dutch people. In the new integration system, the values of the Dutch society play a central role. With this change, the government steps away from the model of a multicultural society."
The letter continues: "A more obligatory integration is justified because the government also demands that from its own citizens. It is necessary because otherwise the society gradually grows apart and eventually no one feels at home anymore in the Netherlands. The integration will not be tailored to different groups."
- Belgians, oblivious to the creeping Muslim population tide, finally wake up when two 'Islam Party' candidates win municipal seats; launch a petition trying to annul the results.
We, citizens of Belgium Kingdom, free citizens who desire to remain so, signatories to this petition, request the cancellation of the election of two candidates from the list „Islam“: Lhoucine Aït Jeddig from Molenbeek and Redouane Ahrouch from Anderlecht.
The reason for our request is the following: The party that they represent have, in their election platform as well as in their public statements, clearly stated their goal of transforming Belgium into an Islamic state, with the Quran being the only source of law permissible. These facts are inconsistent with the role they are to hold in a democratically elected city council, and diametrically opposed to the oath of loyalty that everyone is required to take when taking office on December 3rd.
- Greeks, inundated with illegal immigrants and a government which refuses to act, take matters into their own hands:
Though Golden Dawn members have attacked migrants frequently, in the past month the far-right party has stepped up its presence on the streets. It launched a raid on a street market in Rafina, where its uniformed activists demanded to see the permits of migrant stallholders there - demonstratively smashing up the property of those who did not have them.
I ask Mr Panagiotaros: how can it be right for a party in parliament to have a uniformed militia that takes on, violently, the role of law enforcement, checking papers and overturning market stalls? He explains:
"With one incident, which was on camera, the problem was solved - in every open market all over Greece illegal immigrants disappeared."
Better late than never?
All is not lost, not yet.
We'll be back online shortly. Thank you for reading.