Thursday, 23 February 2017

20 questions for Muslims: Why and Warum ?

WHY ???.....20 questions for Muslims...

...and WARUM ???  hat jeder Frühling, ach, nur einen May ?


In Defence of Milo

I think Milo rocks

I think Milo is paying for being a conservative

I think Milo is being punished for being a Trump Supporter from the start

The commentary below, insightful, independent and brave as commentaries from Black Pigeon Speaks  usually are, was posted immediately after the "execution" of MILO and the cowardly "dis-invitation" of this brilliant speaker to the "very important  annual speak-feast" of Conservatives" CPAC

Since it was posted, Milo's publishers, Simon and Schuster (*)  have,  in predictable servility to the more strident  bullies, announced that they had cancelled their  publishing contract for Milo's upcoming book, and Milo has explained himself in a press conference and has resigned from Breitbart. Probably more has happened in the meanwhile, like a rather disappointing, virtue-signalling sermon from Stefan Molyneux  - (I'm a fan and it's the first time that  I gave him a thumbs down) - and yet, this commentary below remains fresh and relevant.

Just a couple of random thoughts after this: 

There was the wife of one of one of Australia's most popular Prime Ministers, Bob Hawke, Blanche d'Alpuget who revealed in 1993 that she had been sexually molested as a 12 year-old by a 54 year-old judge who was a family friend. Ms. d'Alpuget did not see herself as a victim either. Apart from a little tut-tutting, there was no condemnation of the lovely Blanche "coping" in her "own way" like Milo,  she was of the Left you see. 

Daniel Cohn-Bendit, leader of the Greens in the EU once extolled , on French TV, the pleasures he got from little 4 year old girls "playing with his penis" (you can google it) while working  as a kinder garden teacher; he was even more "forgiven" than a mere "leftie" since being of the  Left PLUS Green is a free pass to do just about anything. 

Herr Adolf Schickelgruber  actually was a bit of a greenie himself, and he certainly was  a socialist (his Party's name said so: National-SOZIALISTISCHE Partei = Nazis for short)  and so, he  obviously came from  the side of Milo's attackers. 

(*) (I hope that whoever replaces these cowardly 'Simon and Schuster' will make a lot of money and I will buy the book, of course) 

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Ilan Halimi's Last Day (Pinned Post)

I will keep this post pinned to the top until I have kept my promise to write something for every one of the 24 days that Ilan Halimi was held captive and tortured.

On the final day, Youssef Fofana, the leader of the Barbarians, slit Ilan's throat, twice, and poured a flammable liquid on him to try to set him on fire. But this reportedly did not burn him to death, because Ilan walked for perhaps one hour trying still to find a way to live.  Source

I know I promised to "post something on Ilan Halimi every day until the 13. February, day of his death, to get a tiny inkling of how long his torture lasted". I did not keep my promise, but I will make up for it, and add something here, for each of the 24 days he was tortured. And I will pin this post to the top until I have done so. 

Here is how Ilan's mother, Ruth Halimi, described the 13. February 2006 to the journalist, Deborah Freund: (Full article at

February 13

That night I feel a strong force hurl my bed against the wall and I wake up. “Something happened to Ilan! I’m sure of it!” I tell the policemen in my living room. Of course, they think it’s only the ranting of a hysterical woman. It was five a.m. They say that a mother knows. I checked it out later.

On February 13, at five o’clock in the morning, Ilan was first shaven, like six million other Jews, and flung into the forest by his torturers. He managed to take the mask off his eyes, and as Fofana later reported, look them straight in the eye. I am a human being, his eyes told them. He received a few knife stabs for that. Then, like many of the six million before him he was set on fire and burned alive, having been sprayed with a flammable substance. Then his tormentors left.

It was raining that morning; Ilan managed to roll down on the leaves towards the highway. A black woman, a secretary like me, saw him lying by the side of the road, stopped her car and called the police. She accompanied him in the ambulance and did not leave his side. He was still alive in the ambulance but died on the way to the hospital. I console myself that my son died hearing a soothing voice.

When he was found guilty Fofana declared, “I killed a Jew, and for that I will go to Paradise.” The police publicly admit to the press that it was an anti-Semitic crime.


The second part of the video shows members of the French Branch of the Jewish Defence League entering the "cité" of Bagneux, a no-go zone where even Firefighters need police protection. It was in Bagneux where Ilan was held prisoner and tortured. The young men from the Jewish Defence League put up posters and  chanted  "Justice for Ilan" remembering him on the 5th anniversary of his death. 

I consider the JDL a brave group of young Jews who do not believe in  "meekly tending the other cheek" and consequently get often a bad press from a media who tend to be more on the side of the racaille

Day 6 

Ilan's Mother   

While I will write something for each day of Ilan's Calvary, and while I will number the days in order, it will not be a correct chronology of facts. I will also keep the posts on one page to make it easier to read. 

Marc Weitzmann, in a series on French anti-Semitism, wrote one article on Ilan Halimi. He titled it:

The following extracts come from this article.

Ruth Halimi, Mother of Ilan

About Ilan's mother Marc Weitzmann writes: 

"The 20th (January 2006, day of the abduction) was a Friday.

“It was Sabbath! Sabbath!” Ilan’s mother, Ruth Halimi, told me.

A small but strong and maternal woman of Moroccan origins, she has managed to keep her strength and dignity through the whole ordeal thanks, she says, to the comfort of her religion and the support of the Jewish community. (Ruth Halimi has been employed at the Council of Jewish Organizations in Paris for the last 22 years.)

I’m furious with Ilan to this day!” she said, before adding, “Do not get me wrong, he was a great, great kid. He was amazing, the pillar of the house. He played the father role with his sisters since I divorced, a very responsible young man. But I was already pulling my hair out because of this Chinese girlfriend he got. So, what did he need to see this other one for? A Muslim? And a Friday night on top of it?

Well, he was 22."

Day 7 

"Yalda" the honey trap

"...The daughter of an Iranian nurse and political refugee, Sorour Arbabzadeh was 17, beautiful, and fleshy. Although obviously smart, she also was still in the 10th grade.

In France since 1999, after the death of her father—a violent man, diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, who had married her mother by force and reportedly beat Sorour during most of her childhood—she was raped two years later, at 14, by three teenagers of the cité. (A complaint filed by the mother against the boys at the time was soon withdrawn, possibly under pressure of the neighborhood.) The battalion of juvenile court judges, trained caregivers, and social workers who’d followed the girl since then had been unable to prevent her from multiple suicidal attempts.

Sorour, the trial showed, was brought into the gang by Tiffen, a semi-homeless young woman of 20, who was born in Brittany to a Catholic family and then converted to Islam at 15. Out of her devotion to Fofana, Tiffen had found some targets for the kidnappings in the cité for him—some of them among her own friends—but she lacked confidence to play the vamp part and had suggested Sorour instead. In a blink, Fofana was convinced. “I can do marvels with you,” he is reported to have said to Sorour the minute they met.

Immature, manipulative, and manipulated both, Sorour said she accepted Fofana’s proposal to be used as a honey trap as “a favor to him” only—and against the promise of a reward of 3,000 to 5,000 euros...."

Day 8

The Kidnapping

"...On Jan. 16, 2006, Sorour entered a cellphone store on the Boulevard Voltaire, where she flirted with a 22-year-old clerk named Ilan Halimi. One hour after the young man gave her his number, she called him to fix a date for a drink four days later, on the 20th at 10 p.m., in the inner south suburb. “He’s nice,” she confided to Tiffen after hanging up, “he’s cute.”

The said day, he met his new acquaintance for a drink at the Paris-Orléans, one of those gray, anonymous cafés where the ground is strewn with cigarette butts and race tickets and migrant workers from the old generation watch TV. She said she lived alone, offered that he bring her back home. When she arrived, to the gang hidden nearby she gave the proper signal, which was to look in her purse for her keys.

Some months later, after Ilan had been found walking on a railway line, naked and handcuffed, three times wounded by a knife and with two-thirds of his body covered in third-degree burns (he died a few hours after his transportation to the hospital), Sorour told the cops that she heard his shrill voice cry for two minutes as he resisted the gang members who were trying to lock him up in a car trunk. (Students in an adjacent street also saw him from afar, struggling as he was taken by the arms and legs. Because of the high pitch of his cries, they say they took him for a girl playing a joke, and thought of a joke and didn’t call the cops—they would’ve come too late, if ever, anyway.) In tears after the car took off, Sorour found comfort in the kind words of Maurice, another one of the gang members—a computer engineer from Martinique who also had converted to Islam. “This is not your fault,” he told her. “This is all over anyway.”

A bit later that same evening Fofana invited the two of them plus Sorour’s boyfriend Sami—an apprentice model she’d recently met on the Internet—to a cheap restaurant in Montparnasse to celebrate. She had an ice cream. Fofana also offered Sorour and Sami a 109-euro three-star hotel room nearby for the night. Not exactly the 5,000 promised but a good, relaxing time nonetheless. And she did get pregnant that night..."

Day 9

The Torture 

During the whole three weeks Ilan Halimi was wrapped in tape from foot to head with only a hole left for him to breathe (“He looked like a mummy,” said one of his jailers to the police afterward), nourished with a straw only and left on the ground, first in an empty unheated apartment of the cité, then in the building’s boiler room, which was even colder.

The cellar where Ilan was held and tortured
(Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)

Ilan would be untied only to be taken to the toilet, and beaten and burned with cigarette butts out of Fofana’s frustration, since, despite threats and pressure, “the Jews” did not pay. 

His situation worsened, once in the boiler room because then he could only piss in a bottle and defecate in a plastic bag, which infuriated the jailer who had to hold the bag for him and would beat him for it— at the end of these weeks he was cleaned up with cheap soap and water first, and then with acid, because his jailers, inspired by a TV series, thought acid would erase any traces of their DNA. He was then beaten again, handcuffed, and put naked in a pair of sheets, taken out of the building and into the woods only to be stabbed and burned alive by Fofana.

Day 10

The Demonstration

A friend commenting on the riots taking place in  Paris at the moment under the pretext of "solidarity with Theo" a black Muslim migrant who was (allegedly) man-handled by the Police while resisting arrest, asked me why there were no such demonstrations of solidarity with the young Ilan Halimi after his assassination.  "There were demonstrations" I told him. But when Jews demonstrate in Paris, they don't attack police, bash people, burn cars and destroy property as do the thugs  referred to by the French people as "racaille".  (Politicians will refer to them as "disadvantaged youth" or other such euphemisms, religiously avoiding any allusion  to their mostly migrant, more often than not arabo-sub-Saharan Muslim background). 

A fortnight after they found the tortured body of Ilan Halimi,  a crowd of  up to 200,000 people, of mainly  Jewish confession, went into the streets of Paris, demonstrating against violence, racism and anti-Semitism. 

Day 11

A Song

--- to be continued ---

Cleaning up the UN at last !

 WOW !!!

could this be the crack 
where the light gets in?

P.S.: The only quibble I have with Nikki Haley is around Minute 1 of the video, where she accuses Syria's President, Bashar al-Assad of slaughtering hundreds of thousands of Civilians. It's my personal opinion that he did not "gas his own people, let alone children" as the Obama Administration and his numerous acolytes would have us believe. I did not believe it then, I do not believe it now and I never will. But I think the metaphor of "no omelets without breaking eggs" could apply here. 

Thursday, 16 February 2017

Bibi goes to Washington

Although it's only the 2nd part of Netanyahu's and Trump's combined  News Conference held yesterday, it is still longer than the videos I usually post. But, if you like Israel, Bibi and Trump, as I do, you will enjoy it.  I was touched by  Bibi's obvious joy and relief to be among friends at last and it brought home to me how lonely and betrayed he (and the Jewish People of Israel ) must have felt during these loooooong and dark 8 years just past. 

A few quotes from the video: 

I liked Netanyahu's explanation of "why the Jews are called Jews":

"...Well, the Chinese are called Chinese because they come from China 

The Japanese are called Japanese because they come from Japan

and  Jews are called Jews because they come from Judea. 

This is our ancestral homeland...Jews are not foreign colonialists in Judea..." 


And he revealed something that is not widely known, or perhaps just well hidden about the ballistic Iranian missiles:


"...By the way, these ballistic missiles are inscribed in Hebrew with "ISRAEL MUST BE DESTROYED"....they want to get to a nuclear Arsenal, not just a bomb, a hundred bombs..." 

He also  believes (accurately in my opinion), that "the issue of the settlements is not the core of the conflict, nor does it really drive the conflict..."  but he agrees that it has to be discussed and considered. 

And to close, a cute quote from Trump: 

"...Over the next 3, 4 or 8 years you are going to see a very different America, are going to see a lot of love .....  a lot of love." 

Monday, 13 February 2017

Australian Senator explains Sharia Law

Jacquiline Louise "Jacqui" Lambie", an Australian Senator, explains - succinctly and well I think - why Sharia Law is an 'anti-democratic cancer that doesn't belong in a free society'. 

Independent Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has followed up her fiery clash with a vulgarly strident Sharia law Supporter on tax-payer-funded, islamophile ABC TV (whose main "news" source is Al Jazeera) with the release of a YouTube interview which explains why Sharia Law is an anti – democratic cancer that doesn’t belong in a free society.


“Like most Australians I’m not an expert in Sharia law – but I’m going to make 6 quick obvious points. Sharia Law is:

1) Not Australian Law

2) Support for Sharia is an obvious sign of radicalisation and Terrorists are fighting to the death to force it on the rest of the world.

3) Sharia Law is Anti-democratic (show me a successful democracy in the Middle East..)

4) Sharia Law imposes the death penalty on Gay people for being Gay.

5) Sharia Law imposes the death penalty on women who are unfaithful to their husbands.

6) Sharia Law denies the right of Jewish people to live in peace in Israel.

• If you want a technical description of Sharia Law – it is religious, criminal and civil law all rolled into one code – it has no separation of powers and automatically makes Religious figures: Law Makers, Judges, Jury and in some cases executioners.

• If you support Sharia law – you accept the all the good bits and all the bad bits. 

• Highlighting and accepting the “good bits” of Sharia Law – like praying 5 times a day while at the same time – ignoring the death penalty for women who have sex outside marriage – is like saying, I only want to be a little bit pregnant.

• Acceptance of Sharia Law – is clear sign of divided loyalty. You are loyal to some religious leader in the Middle East and his rulings – not to the Australian constitution and our democratic system of government.

Sharia Law is an anti – democratic cancer that doesn’t belong in a free society and fails to respects the basic Human Rights of Women, Gay and Jewish people.” said Senator Lambie."

While on the whole,  Jacquie Lambie is a little too far left for me, I do admire her more conservative side such as her  feisty and courageous stand against the creeping (some would say, galloping) islamisation of the West, specifically of Australia in the Senator's case. I also like the assistance she seems to  give to the War Veterans (being one herself) and  her endearing passion for her native Tasmania

More on the feisty Senator from the Apple Isle, here on Wikipedia. 

Marine LePen is in the House

The next Président of France, I hope. 

Friday, 10 February 2017


...and so, according to the inimitable Paul Joseph Watson, I am actually "cool" and those who still sneer at my right-wingery are the real  dags, because Conservatism is the NEW Counter-Culture. So there !  Pfffffttt !!!

The definition of a Millennial taken from the Urban Dictionary

Special little snowflake.

Born between 1982 and 1994 this generation is something special, cause Mom and Dad and their 5th grade teacher Mrs. Winotsky told them so.  Plus they have a whole shelf of participation trophies sitting at home so it has to be true.

They believe themselves to be highly intelligent, the teachers and lecturers constantly gave them "A"s in order to keep Mom and Dad from complaining to the Dean. Unfortunately, nobody explained to them the difference between an education and grade inflation so they tend to demonstrate poor spelling and even poorer grammar.

At work, Millennials believe themselves to be overachievers who just aren't understood by their loser bosses. Even Mom said so when she showed up for the interview. They are the only generation in the universe to understand the concept of work life balance and to actually want to find a fulfilling career. All those Gen X losers just don't get it what with hoping to keep their jobs and pay the bills, but they are just corporate drones so who cares what they think? They should be smart like Millennials and get Mom and Dad to pay for that stuff until they can work out what they want to do with their lives and then get rich doing it.

Well, I've been here at this job for 6 months now and I've been on time mostly so I should get a raise now 'cause I've paid my dues. 

Did you know we are the most technologically advanced generation, like evah? And smart too. They call us millennials cause we were born before the millennial I think.

Thursday, 9 February 2017

The Easy Way to a German Passport

Would the poster of this video at  "Face of a Dying Nation" be just a little  "cynical" in her editorial, I wonder?

"Published on Feb 9, 2017

The phenomenon of childless and bitter elderly Western women looking for exotic adventures abroad with African gigolos who proceed to exploit their gullibility for citizenship in a Western country is not new. But more and more frequently, "leftover" European women get involved with the newly arrived young African men, called "Syrian Refugees" by the media, and subsequently get tricked into citizenship scams. The African males see conning old ladies as pathway to "become a German" faster. Usually their lulling words of "I love you" don't come exactly straight from the heart as they abandon the ladies as soon as they get their papers."

I think it just has to be  TRUE LOVE, since the "Syrian Refugee" obviously does not even mind, that his Cougar has forgotten to put her dentures in.  

On the other hand, these "Syrian Refugees" seem to have a way with the perimenopausal Ladies: (yes I know: miaow)