Small Irish town forced to take 115 Third World invaders

We all know that the EU has long forgotten what a democracy is but what is happening in the small Irish town of Lisdoonvarna with a population of about 300 people is beyond pale.

The town was best known for its spa until now. Locals had voted with an astonishing 93% against the proposal of housing 115 refugees in the King Thomond Hotel by the Reception and Integration Agency (RIA). Only a mad man would expect increasing the population of a small town by over 30% with people from a very different culture would be a good idea in the first place.


Some good friends of mine decided to get out & put posters up against this.

Mr O’Halloran described the placing of the sign on the door under the cover of darkness as “sinister”.

Another anonymous leaflet distributed in the town documented various rapes and murders committed by foreign nationals in Ireland over the past number of years.

The “Diversity Crimes in Ireland” pamphlet read: “This open borders experiment has consequences. We should have strict vetting and a fast-track deportation system for those who commit crimes in our country . . . This list represents a small sample of a much larger problem.”


Italians First! 50,000 patriots support anti-Islamisation candidate Matteo Salvini

Italy’s elections are in a week and campaigns in the country are running on full speed. The leader of Italy’s right-wing Lega party, Matteo Salvini, organised a successful rally in Milan yesterday.

At least 50,000 Italians were present at Milan’s Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square), Salvini said on Facebook. He thanked the people who came to support him and the thousands who were watching his live stream.

Mass protests against Merkel and immigration are spreading through Germany

Germans are not planning to stop protesting against Angela Merkel and her migration policy. Several demonstrations have already taken place and the next one will be on 24 February.

Most of Germany’s protests started after the shocking murder of the 15-year-old Mia, by an Afghan refugee. The girl was attacked and murdered with a knife in a drug store in the town of Kandel.


Women’s Rights Group Disrupts Berlin International Film Festival, Protests Migrant Rape Epidemic

Women in Germany have had enough of liberal politicians and policies that only seek to benefit refugees. During the Berlin International Film Festival, several women jumped on stage and proudly displayed their banner for all to see. “The voices of the forgotten women,” it read. As to be expected, the liberal celebrities were outraged and kicked them off of the stage shouting, “Nazi’s out! Nazi’s out!” In what world is a woman who advocates for her safety considered a Nazi?


Merkel has lost control: Germans start large protests against migrants and open borders

Two large protests against migration have woken up the Germans: On 20 January, at least 2,500 participants were protesting in Cottbus and last Sunday, on 28 January, there was another big protest in Kandel.

The protests started in Cottbus after Syrians attacked several Germans within a matter of days. For example a German man and a German boy were attacked with knives by Syrians. After other incidents, tensions in the town became so high that it stopped the acceptance of new refugees.


Last night #MyBordersMyChoice signs were posted all across the world. Global awareness of the damage mass immigration causes is only rising, and unwilling participants in the diversity experiment are speaking up.

Synagogues Across Canada Get Hate Mail Saying ‘Jewry Must Perish’

MONTREAL (JTA) — At least three synagogues in Canada received hate mail warning that “Jewry must perish.”

Police are investigating the envelopes delivered Monday to two synagogues in Montreal and one in Toronto. Each featured a drawing of a bleeding Star of David enclosing a Nazi swastika with the slogan “Jewry must perish.”

B’nai Brith Canada described the threats as being “an eight on the frighten scale.”

“Sadly, we’ve seen the swastika make something of a comeback this year,” said Michael Mostyn, CEO of B’nai Brith Canada.