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From “anti-extremism” researcher Anton Shekhovtsov who has no anti-Russian obsession whatsoever:

That 74 page manifesto had one mention of Russia*.

There were FOUR mentions of China, three of which were positive, and which he described as “the nation with the closest political and social values to my own.”

Now just to be clear China is not any kind of nationalist state either (regardless of the Alt Right pedestalizing it like it sometimes does with Russia).

However, Tarrant’s “endorsement” of China was clearly far stronger than of Russia.

So… yeah. How come China isn’t an “icon” of Far Right terror? Why no call to disavow Xi Jinping Thought?

This has everything.

Gray cardinal of the Kremlin Dugin. (In reality: An authoritarian SJW who is now far better known in the West than in Russia itself).

The fascist Ilyin. (In reality: Man with standard conservative views in the 1930s-50s, Snyder’s one man slander campaign regardless).

“Putin’s Eurasian group”. Whatever the fuck that is.

And of course Orange Man Very Bad. Lest we forget.

Thought he does have 10x as many followers as I do and much more media visibility, so what do I know.

***

* Incidentally, here’s the PDF, seeing as the TPTB are trying to censor it away into the ether, presumably so that shysters such as Shekhovtsov can interpret it any which way they want.

 
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  1. Trump like misogyny and racism.

    Who can forget the many times Trump has spoken of ‘Euro Gay Jewish Fascists’?

    • LOL: Rabbitnexus
  2. Just wait for the inevitable articles to decry Putin as personally responsible, using tweets such as these as the source due to the lazy journalism we see nowadays that seems content copy and posting twitter posts in to fill it out. Then another publication quotes this article, and everyone starts talking about it as if the matter is settled and this is the truth and finally our great filter bubble ensures people receive their information along the correct lines of thought.

  3. Milosevic was a Montenegrin atheist commie. The Jukes guy is ignorant to the extreme.
    Also, Milosevic was toppled by a grand coalition of organized crime, CIA subverted secret service and army officials, euroatlanticist and anti-Serb vermin.
    The “nationalist” was a CIA asset with fake Chetnik rhetoric (Chetniks are Anglopuppetry anyway).

    Everything bankrolled with tens of millions of dollars brought in bags from Budapest embassies.
    Decade long sanctions and embargo preceeded it, and more importantly, the “elections” they won to bring him down were decided by burning down the Parliament, looting the art and furniture there, storming the banks and most
    importantly – burning the ballots so no recount.

    This, and many more things is the reason I am a nationalist and patriot, but hold most
    of my people in contempt and don’t even hide it. Cowards and deserters had a stake in revolution – one of the first things the Euroatlantic puppet government did was cancel all prosecutions of such scum, in addition to cancelling processes against Western leaders responsible for 1999 bombing.

    In short, fuck Serbia and Serbs, there can be no excuses for being ruled by a Serb-hating Croat Communist, veteran of WW1 invasion of Serbia, from 1944 to 1980 or Euroatlantic lackeys from 2000 to 2012; opportunistic, cowardly dishonest shit-for-brains on average; some of which probably pollute this very site and preach their fake patriotism and “anti-regime” nonsense here.

    • Replies: @John Burns, Gettysburg Partisan

    (Chetniks are Anglopuppetry anyway).

     

    Not if you ask them.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3_5zLPzkJk

    Ućutaše teški mitraljezi
    Čiča Dražu izdaše Englezi
    , @James Forrestal

    there can be no excuses for being ruled by a Serb-hating Croat Communist, veteran of WW1 invasion of Serbia, from 1944 to 1980
     
    Many Yugoslavs felt that Tito never spoke his "native" language very well, including people in Kumrovec who didn’t seem to recognize him. He made regular grammatical errors and used malapropisms that normal Croats wouldn’t say. To many, his pronunciation sounded a bit … Russian. When Dragoljub Mihajlovic, leader of the Serbian nationalist Chetnik resistance during WWII, first met Tito in 1941, he thought that he actually was a Russian – and Mihajlovic was far from the last to wonder.

    Declassified NSA analysis -- from their in-house journal "Cryptologic Spectrum" Spring 1980 - Vol. 10, No. 2:

    Through close analysis of Tito’s speech patterns, the unnamed author concluded that Tito did not speak Croatian like a native, but like someone whose native tongue was Russian (or Polish). Moreover, Tito’s spoken variance with standard Serbo-Croatian could not be explained by spending a few years in a foreign country.

    https://www.nsa.gov/Portals/70/documents/news-features/declassified-documents/cryptologic-spectrum/is_yugoslav.pdf

    Is Yugoslav President Tito Really a Yugoslav?

    "The Yugoslav President, Josip Tito, appears to speak Serbo-Croatian, allegedly his native language, with a foreign accent."

    The author concluded:

    "In view of the above, a logical way to account for Tito's speech would be to assume that a non-Yugoslav, perhaps a Russian or a Pole, assumed Josip Broz's identity."

    "A second, and perhaps more important, point is that Tito's non-Yugoslav origin may explain his impartiality, and consequent success, in dealing with the various ethnic groups in Yugoslavia. It remains to be seen whether those who follow him will enjoy the same success."
  4. The Euro Gay Jewish Fascist Porn industry has best scenes and best settings.

  5. Now just to be clear China is not any kind of nationalist state

    Huh?

  6. @Epigon
    Milosevic was a Montenegrin atheist commie. The Jukes guy is ignorant to the extreme.
    Also, Milosevic was toppled by a grand coalition of organized crime, CIA subverted secret service and army officials, euroatlanticist and anti-Serb vermin.
    The “nationalist” was a CIA asset with fake Chetnik rhetoric (Chetniks are Anglopuppetry anyway).

    Everything bankrolled with tens of millions of dollars brought in bags from Budapest embassies.
    Decade long sanctions and embargo preceeded it, and more importantly, the “elections” they won to bring him down were decided by burning down the Parliament, looting the art and furniture there, storming the banks and most
    importantly - burning the ballots so no recount.

    This, and many more things is the reason I am a nationalist and patriot, but hold most
    of my people in contempt and don’t even hide it. Cowards and deserters had a stake in revolution - one of the first things the Euroatlantic puppet government did was cancel all prosecutions of such scum, in addition to cancelling processes against Western leaders responsible for 1999 bombing.


    In short, fuck Serbia and Serbs, there can be no excuses for being ruled by a Serb-hating Croat Communist, veteran of WW1 invasion of Serbia, from 1944 to 1980 or Euroatlantic lackeys from 2000 to 2012; opportunistic, cowardly dishonest shit-for-brains on average; some of which probably pollute this very site and preach their fake patriotism and “anti-regime” nonsense here.

    (Chetniks are Anglopuppetry anyway).

    Not if you ask them.

    Ućutaše teški mitraljezi
    Čiča Dražu izdaše Englezi

  7. I hope I can get some decals with the artwork on The Tarrant Manifesto soon. I’m sick of tired of the yoofy Antifa stickers around the neighborhood as they make me feel surrounded by degenerates and rather unsafe.

    In the same way as we can’t know what in McVeigh’s statement is HIM and what is his Agent Provocateur part, we can’t know what in Tarrant’s statement is HIM and what is his Troll part. But it doesn’t matter. As in Quantum Mechanics, when you interact with the system, you become part of the system.

    Anyway the wailing and the politicial/media abhorrence défilé (complete with approved a
    adjectives and bereft of any self-awareness whatsoever, because, well, we are so good and totally moral) disgusts me. Media and politicial talking heads are beyond saving. Let’s repost a bombsight livestream of the application of state terror against various ME countries instead, because that’s totally A-ok and Wahhahaabbifriendly (our friends or enemies or friends or enemies depending on changing instructions from the usual suspects and message management outfits)

    What was I saying? Oh yeah. Googling “Tarrant McVeigh” brings up

    > Livestock Handling and Transport – Page 162 – Google Books Result
    > Livestock Handling and Transport, 4th Edition: Theories and Applications
    > Effect of glucocorticoid, insulin and glucose treatment on muscle …
    > Glycogen Content and Repletion Rates in Beef Muscle, Effect of …
    > The Problem of Dark-Cutting in Beef
    > J M McVeigh’s research works | TobaccoFree Research Institute …
    > New Zealand shooter has similarity to American alt-right extremists … (Warning: Content-free article)

    DuckDuckGoing “Tarrant McVeigh” brings up

    > CHAD MCVEIGH Mugshot, Tarrant County, Texas – 2017-08-29 05:03:00
    > Chad Mcveigh – Tarrant County – JailAlert
    > Scott Barker Collection – Tarrant County
    > Radicalization & Degeneration | The American Conservative (Normie-targeting article but not too bad. Best line This was a brutal slap: “Above all, don’t be stale, placid, and boring. No one is inspired by Jeb Bush.”. Candidate for the Philip K. Dick award in mindbending things overheard in an elevator: But if we are going to figure out how to stop these things, we have to take seriously the roots of it — this, in the same way we have to recognize the roots of Al-Qaeda and ISIS in specific experiences of Arab Muslims in late modernity. .
    >
    MASSACRE IN NEW ZEALAND | OnlineColumnist.com
    > Brenton Tarrant: Alleged Christchurch mosque shooter was …
    > Is Anonymity Defensible? – or – What Should We Do about White …
    > New Zealand shooter has similarity to American alt-right …

    • Replies: @El Dato
    I'm also betting that the "MASSACRE IN NEW ZEALAND | OnlineColumnist.com" article was written by one of those essay-writing AIs like GPT-2. It's mainstream now?
  8. Now just to be clear China is not any kind of nationalist state either

    Lolwhut?

  9. @El Dato
    I hope I can get some decals with the artwork on The Tarrant Manifesto soon. I'm sick of tired of the yoofy Antifa stickers around the neighborhood as they make me feel surrounded by degenerates and rather unsafe.

    In the same way as we can't know what in McVeigh's statement is HIM and what is his Agent Provocateur part, we can't know what in Tarrant's statement is HIM and what is his Troll part. But it doesn't matter. As in Quantum Mechanics, when you interact with the system, you become part of the system.

    Anyway the wailing and the politicial/media abhorrence défilé (complete with approved a
    adjectives and bereft of any self-awareness whatsoever, because, well, we are so good and totally moral) disgusts me. Media and politicial talking heads are beyond saving. Let's repost a bombsight livestream of the application of state terror against various ME countries instead, because that's totally A-ok and Wahhahaabbifriendly (our friends or enemies or friends or enemies depending on changing instructions from the usual suspects and message management outfits)

    What was I saying? Oh yeah. Googling "Tarrant McVeigh" brings up

    > Livestock Handling and Transport - Page 162 - Google Books Result
    > Livestock Handling and Transport, 4th Edition: Theories and Applications
    > Effect of glucocorticoid, insulin and glucose treatment on muscle ...
    > Glycogen Content and Repletion Rates in Beef Muscle, Effect of ...
    > The Problem of Dark-Cutting in Beef
    > J M McVeigh's research works | TobaccoFree Research Institute ...
    > New Zealand shooter has similarity to American alt-right extremists ... (Warning: Content-free article)

    DuckDuckGoing "Tarrant McVeigh" brings up

    > CHAD MCVEIGH Mugshot, Tarrant County, Texas - 2017-08-29 05:03:00
    > Chad Mcveigh - Tarrant County - JailAlert
    > Scott Barker Collection - Tarrant County
    > Radicalization & Degeneration | The American Conservative (Normie-targeting article but not too bad. Best line This was a brutal slap: “Above all, don’t be stale, placid, and boring. No one is inspired by Jeb Bush.”. Candidate for the Philip K. Dick award in mindbending things overheard in an elevator: But if we are going to figure out how to stop these things, we have to take seriously the roots of it — this, in the same way we have to recognize the roots of Al-Qaeda and ISIS in specific experiences of Arab Muslims in late modernity. .
    >
    MASSACRE IN NEW ZEALAND | OnlineColumnist.com
    > Brenton Tarrant: Alleged Christchurch mosque shooter was ...
    > Is Anonymity Defensible? - or - What Should We Do about White ...
    > New Zealand shooter has similarity to American alt-right ...

    I’m also betting that the “MASSACRE IN NEW ZEALAND | OnlineColumnist.com” article was written by one of those essay-writing AIs like GPT-2. It’s mainstream now?

  10. How long until AK is forced out of Moscow by Putin-worshipping skinheads because of his caucasian ancestry?

    Meanwhile an Armenian contact of mine had to flee Petersburg due to far right Putin worshipping skinheads who stabbed his friend to death because he was brown. Racism rife in Putin’s hometown, and it’s become ideological— Peter Jukes (@peterjukes) March 19, 2019

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Story you quote is probably true. But I don't know if he states the time - I would guess it was probably about 15 years ago. This kind of hooliganism was sometimes there about 15 years ago, when gastarbeiters were more novel, and before Putin really crushed this kind of hooliganism offline and online.

    -

    As for people linking Putin to the shooting New Zealand.

    It's most bizarre nonsense.

    In general, and for good or bad depending on your view, Putin is one of the most "anti-racist" politicians in the world.

    This week, Putin has been talking importance of security of mosques and about his plan to open a mosque in Crimea.

    In the same time, on Russian internet, it feels like most commentators even on liberal websites supported the shooting of the mosque in New Zealand last week (which is also stupid, but it show how Putin's mosque opening plans, contradict many people's attitude to mosques).

    The attitude of the Russian internet to New Zealand was so different to English websites like this one. In the English websites like here, people were more mature and condemn the terrorist attack, while in the Russian internet, it felt like most people were trying to justify it (I don't know if it's the websites I go to).

  11. Um, the shooting happened over who gets to fuck sheep

  12. Latest headline from the New York Post:

    JARRING PHOTO SHOWS BLOOD-SOAKED SURVIVOR!!!

    Close up

    My caption:

    “Dude … WTH … you spilled Gatoraide all over me!”

    “I … I was startled by those popping sounds and my arm jerked and … ”

    “Yeah, well I was lucky I was wearing this smock. I’ll be back in a couple minutes.”

  13. It hardly takes some great political insight to know the people would rather support those that don’t hate them (Putin, Xi, Assad, etc.) as opposed to those that openly hate you and actively support your ethnic cleansing (Merkel, May, Macron, McCain, etc).

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  14. “… he suggested killing Erdogan in order to remove ‘a prime enemy of Russia’ and to destabilize and fracture NATO.”

    Which would be totally unnecessary. Erdogan is doing a fine job of destabilizing and fracturing NATO all on his lonesome.

    • Replies: @neutral
    I also don't get how Erdogan is supposed to be the prime enemy of Russia? Erdogan is a difficult character to understand when it comes to foreign relations, his relations with Russia are confusing to understand but it is certainly not an enemy. Speaking of NATO, Trump wants Brazil to join, clearly a ridiculous idea.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    While Western politicians are ensuring the footage is taken down, Erdogan allegedly plays the Christchurch attack/massacre on a big screen at a rally in Turkey, presumably to get the crowds suitably motivated. Is this rally footage kosher? If so I can hardly believe it.

    https://twitter.com/abdbozkurt/status/1107348478915690496
  15. @Digital Samizdat

    "… he suggested killing Erdogan in order to remove 'a prime enemy of Russia' and to destabilize and fracture NATO."
     
    Which would be totally unnecessary. Erdogan is doing a fine job of destabilizing and fracturing NATO all on his lonesome.

    I also don’t get how Erdogan is supposed to be the prime enemy of Russia? Erdogan is a difficult character to understand when it comes to foreign relations, his relations with Russia are confusing to understand but it is certainly not an enemy. Speaking of NATO, Trump wants Brazil to join, clearly a ridiculous idea.

    • Replies: @Digital Samizdat
    For years now, the neocons have been floating the idea of bringing Colombia into NATO, so it doesn't surprise me.
  16. @Digital Samizdat

    "… he suggested killing Erdogan in order to remove 'a prime enemy of Russia' and to destabilize and fracture NATO."
     
    Which would be totally unnecessary. Erdogan is doing a fine job of destabilizing and fracturing NATO all on his lonesome.

    While Western politicians are ensuring the footage is taken down, Erdogan allegedly plays the Christchurch attack/massacre on a big screen at a rally in Turkey, presumably to get the crowds suitably motivated. Is this rally footage kosher? If so I can hardly believe it.

    • Replies: @Digital Samizdat
    Oh, I can believe it! First of all, this is an election year in Turkey; and secondly, Erdogan is the quintessential political shock-jock. He has a reputation for causing controversy in Europe. Once, ten years ago, he visited Germany and told a crowd of Turkish émigrés that "assimilation is cultural genocide". That really got the German press stirring!
    , @James Forrestal

    While Western politicians are ensuring the footage is taken down, Erdogan allegedly plays the Christchurch attack/massacre on a big screen at a rally in Turkey, presumably to get the crowds suitably motivated. Is this rally footage kosher? If so I can hardly believe it.
     
    1. Try to imagine AfD, or Sweden Democrats, or any similar soft nationalist party in Europe playing footage of a Muslim terrorist attack and its victims at a campaign rally to rile up the indigenous Europeans against the invaders. The mind boggles.

    2. Did you catch that tweet by Yair Netanyahu (Bibi's son) that they projected on the screen?

    https://twitter.com/YairNetanyahu/status/1105830464047198210

    "And I will remind him that Istanbul is actually a city called Constantinople! The capital of the Byzantine empire and center of orthodox Christianity for more then a thousand years before Turkish occupation!"

    Note the date: March 13, 2019.
    The shooting occurred 2 days later -- March 15.

    Yair's tweet is a response to his father -- Google Translate says the Bibi tweet is a threat directed at Erdogan:

    "Erdogan, the dictator who sends tens of thousands of political opponents to the prison, who commits genocide against the Kurds and conquers northern Cyprus, preaches to me, the State of Israel and the IDF, democracy and war ethics, a joke, it's better not to mess with our capital Jerusalem for 3,000 years. How to respect all religions and protect human rights"

    So 2 days before the shooting, Bibi was threatening Erdogan, his son was pushing a "counter-jihad" (Pamela Geller/ Gatestone/ Gates of Vienna) type of message -- and Erdogan's people are connecting that to the NZ shooting.

    Interesting.

  17. The maunderings of this imbecile Jukes are of zero significance. By his own admission he’s a writer of shitty irrelevant potboilers for the BBC’s captive audience. Jukes uses the predicate of a dissociating psychopath’s nonsense sentence to pull a claim of Russian funding out his ass. And he calls the leader of the free world an ‘icon’ based on a mention in the nut’s grandiose world cosmic plan.

    It’s entertaining, but somewhat unfair, to single out, from the infinite mob of disembodied voices on the internet, the biggest shit-for-brains you can find.

  18. Well,

    in response to the twitter thread.

    I like Pres, Putin support

    1. a strong national identity

    2. limits — a moratorium on immigration period, until we get “our ducks in a row.”

    3. question the value of supporting same sex relations, ie. legal status as to marriage — what they
    do in private is none of my business.

    4. I do think that Russia engages in spying as nations want to do as we do in Russia. I don’t think
    there was any meddling in the elections and nothing thus far by way of evidence supports the
    advance. I think we can engage in peace talks with Russia without ignoring them as a potential
    threat – due vigilance.

  19. @DFH
    How long until AK is forced out of Moscow by Putin-worshipping skinheads because of his caucasian ancestry?

    Meanwhile an Armenian contact of mine had to flee Petersburg due to far right Putin worshipping skinheads who stabbed his friend to death because he was brown. Racism rife in Putin’s hometown, and it’s become ideological— Peter Jukes (@peterjukes) March 19, 2019
     

    Story you quote is probably true. But I don’t know if he states the time – I would guess it was probably about 15 years ago. This kind of hooliganism was sometimes there about 15 years ago, when gastarbeiters were more novel, and before Putin really crushed this kind of hooliganism offline and online.

    As for people linking Putin to the shooting New Zealand.

    It’s most bizarre nonsense.

    In general, and for good or bad depending on your view, Putin is one of the most “anti-racist” politicians in the world.

    This week, Putin has been talking importance of security of mosques and about his plan to open a mosque in Crimea.

    In the same time, on Russian internet, it feels like most commentators even on liberal websites supported the shooting of the mosque in New Zealand last week (which is also stupid, but it show how Putin’s mosque opening plans, contradict many people’s attitude to mosques).

    The attitude of the Russian internet to New Zealand was so different to English websites like this one. In the English websites like here, people were more mature and condemn the terrorist attack, while in the Russian internet, it felt like most people were trying to justify it (I don’t know if it’s the websites I go to).

    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin
    https://twitter.com/slmngy001/status/1106926569241694209
    , @Dmitry

    it felt like most people were trying to justify it (I don’t know if it’s the websites I go to).
     
    There is a cultural difference on this attack between the internets.

    On Russian liberal websites even, it seemed like most commentators in topics about New Zealand were saying Muslims needed to be attacked (of course stupid view referring to unarmed civilians, anyway).

    Whereas in the English language internet, nobody is supporting the attack, and everyone was condemning it .

    Probably better if Western journalists don't hear this though.

  20. @Dmitry
    Story you quote is probably true. But I don't know if he states the time - I would guess it was probably about 15 years ago. This kind of hooliganism was sometimes there about 15 years ago, when gastarbeiters were more novel, and before Putin really crushed this kind of hooliganism offline and online.

    -

    As for people linking Putin to the shooting New Zealand.

    It's most bizarre nonsense.

    In general, and for good or bad depending on your view, Putin is one of the most "anti-racist" politicians in the world.

    This week, Putin has been talking importance of security of mosques and about his plan to open a mosque in Crimea.

    In the same time, on Russian internet, it feels like most commentators even on liberal websites supported the shooting of the mosque in New Zealand last week (which is also stupid, but it show how Putin's mosque opening plans, contradict many people's attitude to mosques).

    The attitude of the Russian internet to New Zealand was so different to English websites like this one. In the English websites like here, people were more mature and condemn the terrorist attack, while in the Russian internet, it felt like most people were trying to justify it (I don't know if it's the websites I go to).

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Lol, so we can assume, that Chinese internet is a bit oriented more towards the Russian internet on this topic.
  21. @Dmitry
    Story you quote is probably true. But I don't know if he states the time - I would guess it was probably about 15 years ago. This kind of hooliganism was sometimes there about 15 years ago, when gastarbeiters were more novel, and before Putin really crushed this kind of hooliganism offline and online.

    -

    As for people linking Putin to the shooting New Zealand.

    It's most bizarre nonsense.

    In general, and for good or bad depending on your view, Putin is one of the most "anti-racist" politicians in the world.

    This week, Putin has been talking importance of security of mosques and about his plan to open a mosque in Crimea.

    In the same time, on Russian internet, it feels like most commentators even on liberal websites supported the shooting of the mosque in New Zealand last week (which is also stupid, but it show how Putin's mosque opening plans, contradict many people's attitude to mosques).

    The attitude of the Russian internet to New Zealand was so different to English websites like this one. In the English websites like here, people were more mature and condemn the terrorist attack, while in the Russian internet, it felt like most people were trying to justify it (I don't know if it's the websites I go to).

    it felt like most people were trying to justify it (I don’t know if it’s the websites I go to).

    There is a cultural difference on this attack between the internets.

    On Russian liberal websites even, it seemed like most commentators in topics about New Zealand were saying Muslims needed to be attacked (of course stupid view referring to unarmed civilians, anyway).

    Whereas in the English language internet, nobody is supporting the attack, and everyone was condemning it .

    Probably better if Western journalists don’t hear this though.

  22. @Anatoly Karlin
    https://twitter.com/slmngy001/status/1106926569241694209

    Lol, so we can assume, that Chinese internet is a bit oriented more towards the Russian internet on this topic.

  23. Putin got less attention that USA black female conservative Candace Owens in that fake CIA-intern-written manifesto with non-Aussie USA spelling at points

    As fake as the mosque shooting video, with ‘ejected’ cartridge casings disappearing into thin air because they are CGI … the astonishing lack of damage or noise from walls, windows etc getting hit with a spray of high-speed bullets … the hilarious contrast between the barefoot guy getting put down at 6:49 as Tarrant goes down the hallway … and then at 8:41 as Tarrant is coming out, the same victim lying on the floor has his socks on – pix just below

    It’s clear why the New Zealand and Australian authorities are seeking to suppress viewing of the video, as military & police & firearms professionals quickly come to the conclusion it is all a giant hoax and lie. And this means that the New Zealand government is participating at a very high level.

    As Turkey’s President Erdogan said of New Zealand, “This isn’t an individual act, this is organised!” A bit o’ truth there.

    Checked recently to see if the original 17 minute Tarrant show was still on the supposedly ‘anti-censorship’ D Tube … it was censored

    Still online here tho as I post this, in case someone wants to view or archive this gov-run fraud

  24. Just a reminder that the Brits were largely responsible for Srebrenica by imposing an arms blockade on Bosnia.

    And this hysterical chud has the nerve to bring up this shameful episode on his Twitter feed.

    Even more amusing: he tweets that NHS is running low on medical supplies, ’cause of Brexit. Buh bye, Britain.

  25. @neutral
    I also don't get how Erdogan is supposed to be the prime enemy of Russia? Erdogan is a difficult character to understand when it comes to foreign relations, his relations with Russia are confusing to understand but it is certainly not an enemy. Speaking of NATO, Trump wants Brazil to join, clearly a ridiculous idea.

    For years now, the neocons have been floating the idea of bringing Colombia into NATO, so it doesn’t surprise me.

  26. @YetAnotherAnon
    While Western politicians are ensuring the footage is taken down, Erdogan allegedly plays the Christchurch attack/massacre on a big screen at a rally in Turkey, presumably to get the crowds suitably motivated. Is this rally footage kosher? If so I can hardly believe it.

    https://twitter.com/abdbozkurt/status/1107348478915690496

    Oh, I can believe it! First of all, this is an election year in Turkey; and secondly, Erdogan is the quintessential political shock-jock. He has a reputation for causing controversy in Europe. Once, ten years ago, he visited Germany and told a crowd of Turkish émigrés that “assimilation is cultural genocide”. That really got the German press stirring!

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    Once, ten years ago, he visited Germany and told a crowd of Turkish émigrés that “assimilation is cultural genocide”
     
    Well he's certainly correct on that point. Assimilation is pure evil.
  27. @Epigon
    Milosevic was a Montenegrin atheist commie. The Jukes guy is ignorant to the extreme.
    Also, Milosevic was toppled by a grand coalition of organized crime, CIA subverted secret service and army officials, euroatlanticist and anti-Serb vermin.
    The “nationalist” was a CIA asset with fake Chetnik rhetoric (Chetniks are Anglopuppetry anyway).

    Everything bankrolled with tens of millions of dollars brought in bags from Budapest embassies.
    Decade long sanctions and embargo preceeded it, and more importantly, the “elections” they won to bring him down were decided by burning down the Parliament, looting the art and furniture there, storming the banks and most
    importantly - burning the ballots so no recount.

    This, and many more things is the reason I am a nationalist and patriot, but hold most
    of my people in contempt and don’t even hide it. Cowards and deserters had a stake in revolution - one of the first things the Euroatlantic puppet government did was cancel all prosecutions of such scum, in addition to cancelling processes against Western leaders responsible for 1999 bombing.


    In short, fuck Serbia and Serbs, there can be no excuses for being ruled by a Serb-hating Croat Communist, veteran of WW1 invasion of Serbia, from 1944 to 1980 or Euroatlantic lackeys from 2000 to 2012; opportunistic, cowardly dishonest shit-for-brains on average; some of which probably pollute this very site and preach their fake patriotism and “anti-regime” nonsense here.

    there can be no excuses for being ruled by a Serb-hating Croat Communist, veteran of WW1 invasion of Serbia, from 1944 to 1980

    Many Yugoslavs felt that Tito never spoke his “native” language very well, including people in Kumrovec who didn’t seem to recognize him. He made regular grammatical errors and used malapropisms that normal Croats wouldn’t say. To many, his pronunciation sounded a bit … Russian. When Dragoljub Mihajlovic, leader of the Serbian nationalist Chetnik resistance during WWII, first met Tito in 1941, he thought that he actually was a Russian – and Mihajlovic was far from the last to wonder.

    Declassified NSA analysis — from their in-house journal “Cryptologic Spectrum” Spring 1980 – Vol. 10, No. 2:

    Through close analysis of Tito’s speech patterns, the unnamed author concluded that Tito did not speak Croatian like a native, but like someone whose native tongue was Russian (or Polish). Moreover, Tito’s spoken variance with standard Serbo-Croatian could not be explained by spending a few years in a foreign country.

    https://www.nsa.gov/Portals/70/documents/news-features/declassified-documents/cryptologic-spectrum/is_yugoslav.pdf

    Is Yugoslav President Tito Really a Yugoslav?

    “The Yugoslav President, Josip Tito, appears to speak Serbo-Croatian, allegedly his native language, with a foreign accent.”

    The author concluded:

    “In view of the above, a logical way to account for Tito’s speech would be to assume that a non-Yugoslav, perhaps a Russian or a Pole, assumed Josip Broz’s identity.”

    “A second, and perhaps more important, point is that Tito’s non-Yugoslav origin may explain his impartiality, and consequent success, in dealing with the various ethnic groups in Yugoslavia. It remains to be seen whether those who follow him will enjoy the same success.”

    • Replies: @Adam
    Tito grew up in a Slovene speaking area. I'm not an expert, but I'm hesitant to take seriously any accusation that Tito was a non-Yugoslav that doesn't take that fact into account.
  28. Apparently the Australian Government knew of the previous activities of Tarrant, but there have not been deemed harmful since he appeared to be connected with two Australians who fought with the Azov Battalion against Putler, but do not pose a threat to Australia.
    “It is not illegal for an Australian to fight for a foreign army in their territory”.
    “Unlike Australians who break foreign fighter laws by joining Islamic State or the Kurds who oppose them, there are no rules explicitly banning people fighting for Ukraine”.
    “The law is specific in relation to prescribed areas, in relation to activity otherwise, and if people have been in breach of the Australian law then they may well face prosecution,” [Home Affairs Minister] Mr Dutton told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.
    Tarrant himself was in Ukraine.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal

    he appeared to be connected with two Australians who fought with the Azov Battalion
     
    Source?

    The only "connection" with the Azov Battalion that I'm aware of is that he had a black sun on his jacket -- not the full Azov insignia, just a black sun. That's pretty weak.

    All of your quotes are from articles in May 2018. They're referring to Jared Bennet and Ethan Tilling -- no mention of Tarrant. Only the last quote is from Dutton himself.

    “It is not illegal for an Australian to fight for a foreign army in their territory”.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5676203/From-Australian-military-Ukraine-battlefield-former-Neo-Nazi-Ethan-Tilling-Jared-Bennett.html

    “Unlike Australians who break foreign fighter laws by joining Islamic State or the Kurds who oppose them, there are no rules explicitly banning people fighting for Ukraine”.

    and

    “The law is specific in relation to prescribed areas, in relation to activity otherwise, and if people have been in breach of the Australian law then they may well face prosecution,” [Home Affairs Minister] Mr Dutton told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.

    https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/05/01/12/24/aussies-fighting-in-ukraine-may-be-charged

    And others on 5/1/18.

    Tarrant himself was in Ukraine.
     
    He was also in North Korea, Turkey... and Israel, among other places.
  29. @YetAnotherAnon
    While Western politicians are ensuring the footage is taken down, Erdogan allegedly plays the Christchurch attack/massacre on a big screen at a rally in Turkey, presumably to get the crowds suitably motivated. Is this rally footage kosher? If so I can hardly believe it.

    https://twitter.com/abdbozkurt/status/1107348478915690496

    While Western politicians are ensuring the footage is taken down, Erdogan allegedly plays the Christchurch attack/massacre on a big screen at a rally in Turkey, presumably to get the crowds suitably motivated. Is this rally footage kosher? If so I can hardly believe it.

    1. Try to imagine AfD, or Sweden Democrats, or any similar soft nationalist party in Europe playing footage of a Muslim terrorist attack and its victims at a campaign rally to rile up the indigenous Europeans against the invaders. The mind boggles.

    2. Did you catch that tweet by Yair Netanyahu (Bibi’s son) that they projected on the screen?

    “And I will remind him that Istanbul is actually a city called Constantinople! The capital of the Byzantine empire and center of orthodox Christianity for more then a thousand years before Turkish occupation!”

    Note the date: March 13, 2019.
    The shooting occurred 2 days later — March 15.

    Yair’s tweet is a response to his father — Google Translate says the Bibi tweet is a threat directed at Erdogan:

    “Erdogan, the dictator who sends tens of thousands of political opponents to the prison, who commits genocide against the Kurds and conquers northern Cyprus, preaches to me, the State of Israel and the IDF, democracy and war ethics, a joke, it’s better not to mess with our capital Jerusalem for 3,000 years. How to respect all religions and protect human rights”

    So 2 days before the shooting, Bibi was threatening Erdogan, his son was pushing a “counter-jihad” (Pamela Geller/ Gatestone/ Gates of Vienna) type of message — and Erdogan’s people are connecting that to the NZ shooting.

    Interesting.

  30. @Seraphim
    Apparently the Australian Government knew of the previous activities of Tarrant, but there have not been deemed harmful since he appeared to be connected with two Australians who fought with the Azov Battalion against Putler, but do not pose a threat to Australia.
    "It is not illegal for an Australian to fight for a foreign army in their territory".
    "Unlike Australians who break foreign fighter laws by joining Islamic State or the Kurds who oppose them, there are no rules explicitly banning people fighting for Ukraine".
    "The law is specific in relation to prescribed areas, in relation to activity otherwise, and if people have been in breach of the Australian law then they may well face prosecution," [Home Affairs Minister] Mr Dutton told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.
    Tarrant himself was in Ukraine.

    he appeared to be connected with two Australians who fought with the Azov Battalion

    Source?

    The only “connection” with the Azov Battalion that I’m aware of is that he had a black sun on his jacket — not the full Azov insignia, just a black sun. That’s pretty weak.

    All of your quotes are from articles in May 2018. They’re referring to Jared Bennet and Ethan Tilling — no mention of Tarrant. Only the last quote is from Dutton himself.

    “It is not illegal for an Australian to fight for a foreign army in their territory”.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5676203/From-Australian-military-Ukraine-battlefield-former-Neo-Nazi-Ethan-Tilling-Jared-Bennett.html

    “Unlike Australians who break foreign fighter laws by joining Islamic State or the Kurds who oppose them, there are no rules explicitly banning people fighting for Ukraine”.

    and

    “The law is specific in relation to prescribed areas, in relation to activity otherwise, and if people have been in breach of the Australian law then they may well face prosecution,” [Home Affairs Minister] Mr Dutton told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.

    https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/05/01/12/24/aussies-fighting-in-ukraine-may-be-charged

    And others on 5/1/18.

    Tarrant himself was in Ukraine.

    He was also in North Korea, Turkey… and Israel, among other places.

    • Replies: @Seraphim
    https://reseauinternational.net/fusillade-de-christchurch-neo-nazis-et-ukraine-les-liaisons-dangereuses/
    https://www.trendsmap.com/twitter/tweet/1106509766539411457
    http://www.donbass-insider.com/2019/03/16/new-zealand-terrorist-said-in-his-manifesto-that-he-was-in-ukraine/
  31. @James Forrestal

    he appeared to be connected with two Australians who fought with the Azov Battalion
     
    Source?

    The only "connection" with the Azov Battalion that I'm aware of is that he had a black sun on his jacket -- not the full Azov insignia, just a black sun. That's pretty weak.

    All of your quotes are from articles in May 2018. They're referring to Jared Bennet and Ethan Tilling -- no mention of Tarrant. Only the last quote is from Dutton himself.

    “It is not illegal for an Australian to fight for a foreign army in their territory”.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5676203/From-Australian-military-Ukraine-battlefield-former-Neo-Nazi-Ethan-Tilling-Jared-Bennett.html

    “Unlike Australians who break foreign fighter laws by joining Islamic State or the Kurds who oppose them, there are no rules explicitly banning people fighting for Ukraine”.

    and

    “The law is specific in relation to prescribed areas, in relation to activity otherwise, and if people have been in breach of the Australian law then they may well face prosecution,” [Home Affairs Minister] Mr Dutton told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.

    https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/05/01/12/24/aussies-fighting-in-ukraine-may-be-charged

    And others on 5/1/18.

    Tarrant himself was in Ukraine.
     
    He was also in North Korea, Turkey... and Israel, among other places.
  32. @James Forrestal

    there can be no excuses for being ruled by a Serb-hating Croat Communist, veteran of WW1 invasion of Serbia, from 1944 to 1980
     
    Many Yugoslavs felt that Tito never spoke his "native" language very well, including people in Kumrovec who didn’t seem to recognize him. He made regular grammatical errors and used malapropisms that normal Croats wouldn’t say. To many, his pronunciation sounded a bit … Russian. When Dragoljub Mihajlovic, leader of the Serbian nationalist Chetnik resistance during WWII, first met Tito in 1941, he thought that he actually was a Russian – and Mihajlovic was far from the last to wonder.

    Declassified NSA analysis -- from their in-house journal "Cryptologic Spectrum" Spring 1980 - Vol. 10, No. 2:

    Through close analysis of Tito’s speech patterns, the unnamed author concluded that Tito did not speak Croatian like a native, but like someone whose native tongue was Russian (or Polish). Moreover, Tito’s spoken variance with standard Serbo-Croatian could not be explained by spending a few years in a foreign country.

    https://www.nsa.gov/Portals/70/documents/news-features/declassified-documents/cryptologic-spectrum/is_yugoslav.pdf

    Is Yugoslav President Tito Really a Yugoslav?

    "The Yugoslav President, Josip Tito, appears to speak Serbo-Croatian, allegedly his native language, with a foreign accent."

    The author concluded:

    "In view of the above, a logical way to account for Tito's speech would be to assume that a non-Yugoslav, perhaps a Russian or a Pole, assumed Josip Broz's identity."

    "A second, and perhaps more important, point is that Tito's non-Yugoslav origin may explain his impartiality, and consequent success, in dealing with the various ethnic groups in Yugoslavia. It remains to be seen whether those who follow him will enjoy the same success."

    Tito grew up in a Slovene speaking area. I’m not an expert, but I’m hesitant to take seriously any accusation that Tito was a non-Yugoslav that doesn’t take that fact into account.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    It’s also well known that often overly similar languages are difficult to learn, because you cannot separate them in your head. I’ve heard Portuguese complain that French was more difficult than German to them, which at the time I found weird, especially since I didn’t consider French to be that close to Portuguese. (Perhaps someone who can speak one of those could weigh in?)
  33. @Digital Samizdat
    Oh, I can believe it! First of all, this is an election year in Turkey; and secondly, Erdogan is the quintessential political shock-jock. He has a reputation for causing controversy in Europe. Once, ten years ago, he visited Germany and told a crowd of Turkish émigrés that "assimilation is cultural genocide". That really got the German press stirring!

    Once, ten years ago, he visited Germany and told a crowd of Turkish émigrés that “assimilation is cultural genocide”

    Well he’s certainly correct on that point. Assimilation is pure evil.

  34. @Adam
    Tito grew up in a Slovene speaking area. I'm not an expert, but I'm hesitant to take seriously any accusation that Tito was a non-Yugoslav that doesn't take that fact into account.

    It’s also well known that often overly similar languages are difficult to learn, because you cannot separate them in your head. I’ve heard Portuguese complain that French was more difficult than German to them, which at the time I found weird, especially since I didn’t consider French to be that close to Portuguese. (Perhaps someone who can speak one of those could weigh in?)

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