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TOPIC: FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL

FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:04 #1

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This really needs to be discussed and pointed out, but the entire far right movement both in the US and Europe is entirely controlled by ISRAEL.

Donald Trump = Israel
Brexit = Israel
Alt right = Israel
Matteo Salvini = Israel
Jair Bolsonaro = Israel
Marine Le Pen = Israel
Victor Orban = Israel
Afd in Genrmany = Israel
RussiaGate and its denial = Israel
Apartheid South Africa = Israel


Could it be that genuine anti-semites and racists are being manipulated by Israel ? Yes that is the truth when we get down to the facts. We will explore them on this thread.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:11 #2

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An unlikely union: Israel and the European far right

Israel has been engaging far-right groups and parties across Europe, ignoring their anti-Semitism.
by Ramzy Baroud & Romana Rubeo
17 Jul 2018

Israel's Netanyahu had paid a visit to Hungary in 2017, right in the middle of a political storm caused by the Hungarian President Viktor Orban's remarks that were deemed anti-Semitic [Reuters]
Israel's Netanyahu had paid a visit to Hungary in 2017, right in the middle of a political storm caused by the Hungarian President Viktor Orban's remarks that were deemed anti-Semitic [Reuters]
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In November 2017, the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) hosted a gala dinner in New York City honouring Stephen Bannon, US President Donald Trump's then-chief strategist.

That Bannon and his media outlet Breitbart News were, and still are, seen by many as anti-Semitic was of no consequence to Zionist leaders from the US and Israel, who were in attendance.

There were, however, some critical voices from within the Jewish community who denounced the ZOA for its decision to invite Bannon. One of them was former Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief Bret Stephens, who dedicated a column in the New York Times on the issue.

"Just as there are anti-Zionist Jews, there are also anti-Semitic Zionists," Stephens wrote. He then went on to condemn Bannon's indirect link to neo-Nazi Richard Spencer who, according to Stephens, advocates a "factitious theory that Israel is the sort of ethno-nationalist state he'd like to see America become."

While Stephens was right to be outraged about the gala dinner, he is wrong to claim that Israel is not an ethnonationalist state.

Just recently, the Israeli government endorsed the Nation-State Bill, which among many racist provisions, calls for the establishment of Jewish-only towns. This bill alone should be enough to settle the silly debate on whether Israel can be both a Jewish nation-state and a democracy.

But relations between Israel and its lobby groups and racist, neo-Nazi and fascist organisations go way deeper than a one-off gala dinner with Steve Bannon. In fact, in Europe, Israel is actively pursuing alliances with far-right groups and parties as a state policy.
Embracing the far right from Italy to Ukraine


"Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, President [Reuven] Rivlin, his predecessor, President [Shimon] Peres, and the former Knesset Speaker all refused to meet members of extreme European right-wing parties and called on all Israeli parties to refrain from such meetings," reported the Jewish American newspaper Forward last March.

But members of the Likud party haven't followed suit. During the Ariel Sharon government in the early 2000s, Italian post-fascist Gianfranco Fini paid a visit to Israel.
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At that time Fini, the leader of the Movimento Sociale Italiano (Italian Social Movement), the ideological successor of the anti-Semitic Fascist Party, was trying to rebrand his movement.

He started by changing the name to the "National Alliance" and then, to solidify its new image, he embarked on a trip to Israel, in the company of Amos Luzzatto, the head of the Italian Jewish community.

Today, the National Alliance is long gone, as it was dismantled under the pressure of its own corruption and multiple scandals. However, the constituency that brought the National Alliance to prominence mobilised in full force in this year's elections in Italy and voted for the far-right League Party under the leadership of the current Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

Unsurprisingly, Salvini too went through the same political baptism by Israel as Fini did. In March 2016, he paid a visit to Tel Aviv to launch his political career.

"Israel embodies the perfect balance of different realities, while ensuring law and order. It surely is a role model for security and anti-terrorism policies," he said during his trip.

At the Karim Abu Salem crossing between Israel and Gaza, Salvini condemned the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, while announcing the League's "readiness to be part of the government of Italy".

To the north of Italy, the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has also registered remarkable electoral success. And it, too, is establishing solid ties with Israel, despite its racist views.

"[T]he party derided for anti-Semitic, xenophobic views redolent of the Nazis is also staunchly supportive of Israel," reported the Times of Israel. "[It is] one of a number of right-wing populist parties in Europe that have tried to make common cause with Israel's tough stance toward terror and self-styled position as a forward bulwark against Islamic extremism."

Last April, the anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic AfD, enthusiastically launched a campaign pushing for the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, despite PM Angela Merkel's opposition to it.
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Israel has also reached out to Hungarian PM Viktor Orban who for the past few years has been leading a vicious political campaign against the Jewish Hungarian American financier, George Soros.

Accusations of anti-Semitism against Orban and his party did not deter PM Benjamin Netanyahu from visiting him in Budapest in July last year.

But the move that perhaps best illustrates where Israel is headed in its support for the far right in the West is its decision to arm the Azov battalion, a neo-Nazi paramilitary organisation in Ukraine.

Human rights activists recently petitioned the High Court of Justice in Israel to stop the government from selling weapons to such groups after their appeal to the Israeli defence ministry produced no response.
Why is Israel allying with the far right?

Indeed, Israel's embrace of far-right movements is now the defining Israeli attitude towards European politics, in general.

This Israeli strategy, of course, has its own logic. During his July 2017 visit to Budapest, Netanyahu met leaders from the so-called "Visegrad Group", which includes Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

There, he hoped to find new allies that he can use to exert pressure on the rest of the EU. In an audio recording obtained by Reuters, Netanyahu derided "Old Europe" for daring to criticise Israel's dismal human rights record, illegal settlement policies and military occupation. "I think Europe has to decide whether it wants to live and thrive or it wants to shrivel and disappear," he said.

Netanyahu needs new ways to pressure Europe because pro-Palestinian policies and attitudes are slowly but steadily entering mainstream politics, as grassroots groups are becoming increasingly outraged by Israeli crimes against Palestinians.

Israel's fear of Europe abandoning its Zionist cause could be seen in recent Israeli official reactions.

On July 12, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman called for the "immediate" closure of his country's embassy in Dublin, after the upper house of the Irish parliament voted in favour of a bill that could boycott Israeli products manufactured in illegal Jewish settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Around the same time, EU Ambassador in Tel Aviv Emanuele Giaufret condemned the Nation-State Bill saying, "The law stinks of racism, and it discriminates against various groups, particularly Arabs." The Israeli government responded by accusing the EU of interfering in its "internal affairs".

The Israeli government seems intent on weakening Europe by investing in existing divisions and offering political validation to groups that, until recently, were on the political fringes.

It hopes that a divided Europe will be more easily controlled and coaxed back into Israel's loyalty camp.


It remains to be seen whether Israel's embrace of far-right, neo-Nazi and fascist Europe will pay off, the way its government hopes for, or whether it would backfire exposing it for what it truly is: an ethnonationalist state with no interest in true democracy and equality.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:24 #3

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As I have been telling people the whole Anti-EU sentiment displayed in Brexit, the fake "nationalists" like Orban, Salvini, LePen is all being orchestrated by the Likudniks in Tel Aviv.

You have all been manipulated by the Zionists and have been too narrowly focused and naive to see it.

Why does Israel support an anti-EU agenda ?

1. EU is more progressive when it comes to issues on Palestine. EU states regularly criticize Israel.
2. EU does not want to follow Iranian sanctions.
3. EU is an economic competitor to the USA/Israel domination.
4. EU has its own interests apart from the USA/ISrael agenda. More willing to cooperate with paraiah states like Iran, Russia

Why does Israel support Racists, Far right, fake "nationalism ?

1. They want to create mass anti-muslim sentiment because it helps their agenda
2. They want to break up the EU
3. They want to discredit legitimate criticism of Israel by falsely associating it with far right racist patsies.
4. The rise of far right racists in Europe hopefully will get Jews to migrate to Israel (as with Hitler)
5. Ultimately this helps the "Clash of civilizations" which can only be brought about with mass conditioning of the Western public to resort to xenophobia and irrational hatred of "the other"
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:29 #4

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Italian Jewish leader: Jewish community must work with Salvini, nationalists

Matteo Salvini’s Lega party has inveighed against illegal immigration and other minorities, but strongly praised and supported Israel, creating dilemmas for the local Jewish community and Israel.
By Jeremy Sharon
December 14, 2018 14:20

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Italian Jewish leader: Jewish community must work with Salvini, nationalists

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Italian Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, December 12, 2018. (photo credit: AMOS BEN-GERSHOM/GPO)

The head of the umbrella Jewish community organization in Italy, Neomi Di Segni, has said Jews in the country must work with the right-wing nationalist Lega party and its leader Mateo Salvini and engage in dialogue with the group to advance Jewish concerns in the country.

Salvini was in Israel this week for a two-day visit, and was accompanied by Di Segni, as is usual for the head of the Union of Jewish Communities (UCEI) when a senior Italian politician visits the country.


Lega is an anti-immigrant party that became the third largest party in Italy in this year’s general election and is currently the second largest party in the governing coalition, with Salvini serving as Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister.

Israel has been growing steadily closer to several right-wing nationalist parties in Europe in recent years which has caused concern among some European Jewish communities as well as broader worries about the illiberal nature of such parties.

The Lega party has adopted a position of strident opposition to illegal immigration into Italy and removed protections from vulnerable immigrant groups since coming to office through the so called “Salvini decree,” in response to the large numbers of migrants and asylum seekers that have entered the country in recent years.

Salvini himself has said that Italy’s “culture, society, traditions and way of life are at risk,” from “Islamization,” and also called for a census of Roma people in Italy and the expulsion of all Roma who are not formally citizens, quipping “Unfortunately we will have to keep the Italian Roma because we can’t expel them.”

His brash political style has also seen him compare the former speaker of Italy’s lower house of parliament, Laura Boldrini, to an inflatable sex doll. Doubling down in response to criticism of his comment, he said he would “deflate Boldrini.”

Nevertheless, he has expressed strong support for Israel, and during his recent visit denounced Hezbollah as “Islamist terrorists,” and said “those who want peace, need to support and defend Israel.”

In response to a letter by left-wing and liberal Italian Jews ahead of the visit calling on him to denounce antisemitism in far-right parties in Italy and Europe, Salvini said “It’s not that every time I go to Israel I have to say that antisemites are delinquents.”

The letter also criticized him for aggressive acts “against the Roma and Sinti communities, and of “racism against foreigners and migrants.”

Speaking to The Jerusalem Post, Di Segni said that she did not want to be drawn into a debate on Lega and Salvini’s policies and rhetoric on immigration, and insisted that it was important for the Italian Jewish community to engage with the party and its leader.
“I don’t want to make the equation [between Jews and immigrant minorities]. Jews have been persecuted, and are very careful and care about humanitarian and minority issues,” she said when asked about Jewish responsibility for other minorities.

“Jews have been persecuted all over, in Europe and Arab countries. Because Jewish people suffered, we are particularly following these issues. But we need to build the relationship with this government.”

Di Segni continued, “We need to work with him [Salvini]. He was democratically elected. He is the individual in the government responsible for the security of the Jewish people [in his role as Interior Minister], and as Deputy Prime Minister he is responsible also for other actions.”

However our proposals and considerations are addressed to all the institutions and relevant ministries.

She noted however that she had spoken out strongly against “racial intolerance, hatred and dangerous radicalization,” when Salvini floated his idea


“When we need to, we speak out. Each situation is dealt with separately. Not everything needs to be shouted and written in the newspapers. Somethings are managed in meetings, and with different legislative proposals,” she said.

Di Segni also stated that it was crucial for the Italian government to understand the phenomenon of modern-day antisemitism, which she said is prevalent among Islamic extremist groups, radical right parties and also hard-left parties and the BDS movement.

“We need to work with this government and they need to know Jews are in Italy for 2,000 years, are a very structured and institutionalized reality in Italy, and that their heart is in Israel and we want to defend Israel but we need also to defend and promote Italian culture in Italy, undesrtand that antisemitism is also in the far right neo fascist groupings, and ensure that in Europe Jews can live freely and continue to develop their culture,” she said.

Di Segni said that she did not want Salvini’s visit to Israel and her participation in it to be viewed as the UCEI either “backing him or protesting against him,” saying that the purpose was to “build a dialogue together.”

But she expressed appreciation for the Lega leader for his comments while on his trip to Israel, saying “Not everyone has the courage to say these things,” and noting that while previous Italian prime ministers had also made positive comments about Israel at times, Italy had voted against the Jewish state in international forums during their tenure.

“We need to change this situation and this requires encouragement and engagement,” she said.

Gadi Luzzatto Voghera, director of the Foundation Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation, a think tank for Italian Jewry and antisemitism, said that there was no clear data on Jewish support or opposition to Lega, but noted that the Italian Jewish community shares the diverse range of opinions of broader Italian society.

“There are many against his politics against immigration and some racist expressions, and there are also people who like him, Jews for Salvini openly in favor of his politics, who believe the fight against Islamic immigration is part of fight against antisemitism,” Luzzatto Vogher told the Post.

He said that by and large, the Lega party has not engaged in any antisemitic rhetoric or advanced policies counter to the interests of the Jewish community, and noted that Lega, along with the other major political parties, had backed the adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of antisemitism in a recent debate in the Italian parliament.

Luzzatto Vogher issued a note of warning though, stating that Lega was still evolving as a party and that it was not clear where it was headed. He added that some of Lega’s policies towards immigrants and Roma were “openly racist politics.”

Fiamma Nirenstein, an Italian-Israeli journalist, author and senior researcher for the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, said however that Salvini had “no hint of fascist or autocratic views” and praised his stance on Israel.

She also described criticism of the Lega leader by Jews and Israelis as “masochistic” given his support for the Jewish state, insisting that he was an ally of Israel and noting the political risk he took and the backlash he faced in Italy for his comments on Hezbollah.
Nirenstein conceded that Salvini’s rhetoric could sometimes be “vulgar” and “not pleasant,” and that he might reconsider the immigration issue “in a more elaborate way,” but argued nevertheless that immigration was a potent issue in Italy and that “you can’t allow just anyone to settle in your country.”

She insisted however that “Lega has never been an antisemitic party,” and said that the most trenchant antisemitism in Italy and Europe came from “Israelophobia,” the BDS movement and Islamic jihadists.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:37 #5

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Salvini calls Hezbollah a terrorist organization, gets walloped in Italy
Netanyahu: Salvini is ‘great friend of Israel’

By Herb Keinon
December 12, 2018 18:09
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Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini looks on during a news conference in Rome, Italy, on June 20, 2018. . (photo credit: STEFANO RELLANDINI/REUTERS)

“A terrorist is a terrorist,” Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Wednesday, doubling down on his characterization of Hezbollah a day earlier as a terrorist organization, something that caused an uproar in Italy.


Salvini’s comments came at a photo opportunity in Jerusalem with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before their meeting.


“I had problems with newspapers in Italy because I called Hezbollah terrorists, so they came out against me,” Salvini said.

Netanyahu replied, “It’s clear Hezbollah hides behind civilians, fires on civilians and kills civilians, but it is inconceivable to call them terrorists.”

During a tour of the northern border on Tuesday, shortly after he arrived for a 24-hour visit, Salvini posted a tweet calling Hezbollah terrorists.

Salvini is the head of the rightist League Party, in a coalition with the Five Star Movement.

Following his tweet, Defense Minister Elisabetta Trenta, who is a member of the Five Star Movement, urged Salvini to think carefully about what he says. “We always have to have in mind that our soldiers every day risk their lives for our stability,” she said in a statement.

Another Five Star politician, foreign ministry undersecretary Manlio Di Stefano, went further: “To speak about geopolitics without understanding the causes and only to support the strongest party, damages [the region’s] people and peace.”

The row comes as the balance of power between the League and Five Star in the government appears to be shifting, with Salvino’s party surging past its allies in the polls. Newspapers have speculated Salvini might look to trigger early elections next year, although he has repeatedly denied this.

Italy is very cautious when it comes to Hezbollah, afraid of retribution against the Italian troops that serve in UNIFIL, the UN peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon. Of the 43 countries contributing to the nearly 10,500 UNIFIL troops, Italy has the second largest contingent, with a force of 1,069 soldiers – second only to Indonesia, with 1,306 troops in the force. UNIFIL is also headed by Italy’s Maj.-Gen. Stefano Del Col.

Salvini, who is posting a great deal on both Twitter and Facebook from Israel, posted a video on Facebook defending his characterization of Hezbollah.


“It is strange to read in the Italian newspapers that some people are amazed that I call Islamist terrorists what they are, Islamist terrorists,” he said. “Let us give the right weight to words. If we do not identify the adversary, I am not saying enemy but adversary, then the game will never be won.”

The EU decided in 2013 to designate the armed wing of Hezbollah as a terrorist group, but not the entire organization. Netanyahu has said that one of the reasons for the very public uncovering of the tunnels is to show the world the true nature of Hezbollah, and to get it to delegitimize the entire organization.


Netanyahu, before meeting Salvini, seen as one of the leaders of the far-right political movement gaining ground throughout Europe, said he is a “great friend of Israel.”


Referring to the trip Salvini took to the Lebanese border immediately upon arriving on Tuesday to see the Hezbollah tunnels the IDF is uncovering, Netanyahu said: “You had the opportunity to see the terror tunnels yourself directly. This is a clear act of aggression of Hezbollah against us and against the norms of the international community.”

Israel, he said, believes UNIFIL “has to do a stronger job, tougher job, but ultimately it’s the responsibility of the international community. They should stop Hezbollah from taking these acts of aggression against Israel.”

Following his meeting with Netanyahu, Salvini – whose stridently anti-immigration policies has triggered a great deal of controversy – visited Yad Vashem. He also met Wednesday with Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.

THOUGH NETANYAHU called him a “great friend,” President Reuven Rivlin did not find the time to meet with him, citing “scheduling” issues. Rivlin, in a CNN interview last month, came out strongly against neo-fascist movements in Europe, including leaders of those movements supportive of Israel.

“Today, there are neo-fascist movements that have a great influence once again in the hearts of people around the whole world. There are countries where it’s returning, and it’s very dangerous. And the same neo-fascist movements are movements that very much admire, according to what they say, the State of Israel,” Rivlin said.
“I say to them, gentlemen, this is impossible, it’s impossible to say ‘We admire the State of Israel. We want ties with the State of Israel, but we are neo-fascists.’ Someone who is neo-fascist is truly a person who is totally against the spirit, the principles and the values of the State of Israel.”

Reuters contributed to this report.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:43 #6

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Brazil to move its Israel to Jerusalem, says Jair Bolsonaro


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2 November 2018 • 12:58pm

Brazil's far-right President-elect Jair Bolsonaro confirmed on Thursday that the country will move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, making the Latin American country the largest after the United States to make the controversial switch.

The move from Tel Aviv, which would be defiance of the wishes of Palestinians and the geopolitical view of the region held by most of the rest of the world, is the latest controversial announcement by the former army captain, who has wasted no time in implementing his hardline conservative agenda since his election win on Sunday.

"As previously stated during our campaign, we intend to transfer the Brazilian Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Israel is a sovereign state and we shall duly respect that," Mr Bolsonaro tweeted.


The move squarely aligns Mr Bolsonaro with US President Donald Trump, and bolsters his image as a "Tropical Trump."

Israel considers all of Jerusalem its capital, while the Palestinians see east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.
Brazil's far-right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro talks to a press conference in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday
Brazil's far-right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro talks to a press conference in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday Credit: Reuters

"I congratulate my friend Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro for his intention to move the Brazilian embassy to Jerusalem, a historic, correct and exciting step!" Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement.


Reversing long-standing US policy, the Trump administration transferred the American embassy on May 14. Guatemala and Paraguay followed suit, though the latter announced last month it would return its embassy to Tel Aviv.

Bolsonaro's first foreign trips as president will be to Israel, the United States and Chile - countries that "share our worldview," according to the president-elect's future for chief of staff, Onyx Lorenzoni.


Bolsonaro promised in his victory speech to "change Brazil's destiny," and the four days since the election have given a glimpse of the magnitude of the change he has in mind.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 17:51 #7

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Report: Israeli company Black Cube influenced Hungarian elections

The Israeli private intelligence company Black Cube allegedly targeted NGOs before the April elections in Hungary.
By MAARIV ONLINE, JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 7, 2018 17:34
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Hungarian President Viktor Orban (left) and Jewish Philanthropist George Soros

Hungarian President Viktor Orban (left) and Jewish Philanthropist George Soros. (photo credit: LEONHARD FOEGER + RALPH ORLOWSKI/REUTERS)

Israeli private intelligence company Black Cube allegedly attempted to influence the Hungarian elections in April by recording NGO employees in Hungary and individuals related to Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros
, Politico reported on Saturday.

The Jerusalem Post reported in March that Balázs Dénes, head of the Soros-funded NGO the Civil Liberties Union for Europe, openly spoke about attempting to get the German Foreign Ministry to pressure Hungary to change an existing law when he was unknowingly recorded in a January meeting in Amsterdam.

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Now it appears that Black Cube workers used fake identities and dummy companies to introduce themselves to targets such as Dénes. They used Arab and European names, yet at least two spoke with a distinct Israeli accent, sources from the targeted NGOs claimed.

Following their meetings with the people targeted in Budapest, Vienna, Amsterdam, London and New York City, the websites of the dummy companies were removed from the Internet alongside the LinkedIn profiles of the Black Cube workers.

The relevant phone numbers given were also disconnected.

A woman calling herself Anna Bauer held two such meetings. In one case a woman claiming to work for Tauro Capital was involved; the names of both the woman and the company were used in the past by Black Cube for other operations.

Dénes was handed business cards with the address of 46 Warwick Street in London, an address used in the past by Black Cube to set up dummy companies, Politico reported.
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This is not uncommon, claimed an unnamed source who spoke with Politico, as Black Cube is in the habit of “reusing infrastructure.”

It is unknown who hired Black Cube and whether the government of Hungary was involved in the operation. The Hungarian government spokesperson refused to comment on the report.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán used the publication in the Post as well as in the Hungarian newspaper Magyar Idok to attack independent civil society organizations shortly before the April elections, which he won in a landslide.
Hungary's anti-immigrant leader Orban wins a third term, April 9, 2018 (Reuters)

Black Cube stated that it has a policy of never discussing operations with a third party and never confirming or denying any speculation about the work it is doing. Adding: "Referencing Black Cube has become an international sport in 2018, and apparently it is considered to be more exciting even than the football World Cup to some media outlets."

A source who is familiar with Black Cube and the scope of their operations told Politico that “this is just the tip of the iceberg; the company has plenty of other materials from many other countries.”

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The Israelis benefiting from Brexit

The UK and the EU are in the midst of robust negotiations on numerous issues, that will not only affect Europe but many other countries, Israel Included. Barry Grossman, the British embassy's Director of International Trade, explains in a special column for Ynet why Israel and Israelis are benefiting or about to benefit from Britain's exit from the EU.
Barry Grossman|Published: 02.09.18 , 18:04

So many things have been said about Brexit since the British public decided in a 2016 referendum to leave the world’s biggest trading block. But will this unprecedented move be good for the Israelis? The short answer is ‘yes’.

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Israel and Israelis can reap huge benefits from Brexit. Here are a few groups of Israelis which are already gaining from Brexit, or are expected to do so. It is important to remember that aside from the opportunities, the Brexit process also bears a number of unknown factors.


The Israeli economy

Perhaps the biggest news for Israel is a new Free Trade Agreement between the UK and Israel, which is already being negotiated between the two governments.


Currently, trade between the UK and Israel is governed by an Association Agreement between the EU and Israel. Once the UK leaves the EU, in March 2019, that will no longer be the case, and the two countries will be free to determine the best deal for themselves.



Since the Brexit referendum, the British government has declared that Israel is one of its priority markets. The UK is already Israel’s second largest trading partner in the world, and annual trade between the two countries is worth well over $7 billion.



Britain is keen to keep this growth in trade, so since March 2017 the two countries are negotiating a new Free Trade Agreement. Such an Agreement will open up the UK market to more Israeli exports, in both goods and services, and make a huge contribution to Israel’s economy; and it will also bring about an increase in the interest of UK companies in the Israeli market and give the Israeli consumer a wider range of product choice. All good things.
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Netanyahu attack on EU policy towards Israel caught on microphone

Israeli PM overheard saying bloc would wither and die unless it changed attitude towards his country at meeting of eastern European leaders

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From left: Bohuslav Sobotka of the Czech Republic, Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, Viktor Orbán of Hungary, Robert Fico of Slovakia and Beata Szydło of Poland at a press conference following talks in Budapest between Netanyahu and the heads of government. Photograph: Balazs Mohai/EPA

Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has launched a withering attack on the European Union at a closed-door meeting of eastern European leaders in Budapest, saying the political grouping would wither and die if it did not change its policy towards Israel.


The remarks, caught on an open microphone, underlined Netanyahu’s often barely disguised contempt for the European political union, which has criticised Israel – and his government in particular – over issues including Jewish settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories and the peace process.

Netanyahu also made a rare public admission that Israel has struck Iranian arms convoys in Syria bound for Hezbollah “dozens and dozens of times”.
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The overheard remarks were reported by Israeli journalists covering the trip.

The bombastic remarks, which bizarrely predicated Europe’s future on its attitude towards Israel – not one of the most burning issues on an EU agenda confronting the challenges of immigration, Brexit and economic growth – were made in a meeting with the leaders of Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland, whom Netanyahu urged to close their doors to refugees from Africa and the Middle East.

“I think Europe has to decide if it wants to live and thrive or if it wants to shrivel and disappear,” he said. “I am not very politically correct. I know that’s a shock to some of you. It’s a joke. But the truth is the truth – both about Europe’s security and Europe’s economic future. Both of these concerns mandate a different policy toward Israel.”


“The European Union is the only association of countries in the world that conditions the relations with Israel, which produces technology in every area, on political conditions. The only ones! Nobody does it,” Netanyahu said before officials realised the meeting was being overheard by reporters and cut the feed.


“It’s crazy. It’s actually crazy,” he added, urging the leaders present to help push Europe to expedite the EU association agreement with Israel that has been held up because of current Israeli policies.

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Netanyahu’s remarks were made following criticism of his visit to Budapest, where he has been accused of soft-pedalling on accusations against the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, for allegedly stoking antisemitism, not least in a high-profile campaign targeting billionaire Jewish philanthropist George Soros.

Netanyahu’s comments also come in the midst of problems for the embattled Israeli prime minister at home, where he is under investigation in two police inquiries and amid an escalating corruption scandal involving his government over the purchase of German submarines.

“I think that if I can suggest that what comes out of this meeting is your ability perhaps to communicate to your colleagues in other parts of Europe: Help Europe … don’t undermine the one western country that defends European values and European interests and prevents another mass migration to Europe,” added Netanyahu.

“So stop attacking Israel. Start supporting Israel … start supporting European economies by doing what the Americans, the Chinese and the Indians are doing,” he said, referring to increasing technological cooperation.

“There is no logic here. The EU is undermining its security by undermining Israel. Europe is undermining its progress by undermining its connection with Israeli innovation,” he added.

“We are part of the European culture,” Netanyahu continued. “Europe ends in Israel. East of Israel, there is no more Europe. We have no greater friends than the Christians who support Israel around the world. Not only the evangelists. If I go to Brazil, I’ll be greeted there with more enthusiasm than at the Likud party.”

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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 18:28 #11

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Breitbart News Network: Born In The USA, Conceived In Israel
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A lot of people don’t realize this but Breitbart News Network really got its start in Jerusalem. It was the summer of 2007, and Andrew had been invited to tour Israel as part of a media junket. I agreed to tag along as his lawyer and best friend. What neither of us knew at the time was that the trip would change our lives and give us the inspiration for Breitbart News Network.

One night in Jerusalem, when we were getting ready for dinner, Andrew turned to me and asked if I would de-partner from the 800-person law firm where I was practicing and become business partners with him. He said he needed my help to create a media company. He needed my help to “change the world.”

Perhaps it was because we were in such an historic place, or because I was energized by the courage of the Jewish people in the Holy Land, or maybe it was the alcohol at cocktail hour, but I said “yes.”
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We were blown away by the spirit, tenacity, and resourcefulness of the Israeli people on that trip. Andrew could be quite convincing, not to mention inspiring, and I decided right there and then to “throw away” (my Mom’s phrase) a perfectly good, successful and safe career in order to start a “new media” company with Andrew Breitbart out of his basement and my home office.

From that humble beginning grew Breitbart News Network.

One thing we specifically discussed that night was our desire to start a site that would be unapologetically pro-freedom and pro-Israel. We were sick of the anti- Israel bias of the mainstream media and J-Street. By launching Breitbart Jerusalem, the journey comes full circle and a promise between two friends is fulfilled. And in a very real sense, Breitbart News Network returns to its roots.

Larry Solov is President and CEO of Breitbart News Network.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 18:52 #12

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and as Israel controls the "alt right" and the far right, as I have always noted it is ISRAEL behind their obsessive and irrational fascination and hatred of Hillary Clinton, and in fact Bill Clinton. Obama as well. These people are all puppets of the oligarchs for sure, but the far right has been lead to see these people as the ultimate evil, and main elements behind the "deep state" This is all laughable and again driven by Israel, simply because these people have not been Israel's biggest puppets unlike clowns like Donald Trump.

Here is one of the reasons why Israel wanted Trump and has pushed anti-Clinton propaganda from the get go.


Hillary’s Email Trail of Troubling Anti-Israel Conversations


Clinton praised professional Israel hater Max Blumenthal as 'powerful and touching'
By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach • 02/01/16 10:15am

DES MOINES, IA - JANUARY 29: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a "get out the caucus" event at Grand View University on January 29, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. With less than a week to go before the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton is campaigning throughout Iowa. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)


Sidney Blumenthal has been an intimate family friend to Hillary Clinton for two decades, and the emails between them show late night calls, social visits to one another’s home, and all the informality expected of two close and trusted friends. We know Mr. Blumenthal was a senior adviser to Ms. Clinton during her 2008 campaign for the presidency and would have continued during her time as secretary of state had his appointment not been stopped by President Obama’s staff due to Mr. Blumenthal’s penchant for nasty campaign tactics.

Nonetheless, Ms. Clinton valued Mr. Blumenthal’s advice to such a degree that she secretly hired him as a private advisor, paying him $120,000 a year for his services.

A number of columns have been written exposing how Mr. Blumenthal sent articles to Ms. Clinton from his son Max, one of America’s most notorious Israel haters. Ms. Clinton responded very favorably to them. Some of these writings would later be the basis for Max’s anti-Semitic Goliath, whose book launch was thrown by Sid at his own home. The disgraceful writings compare Israel to the Nazis, call for the expulsion of the Jews from Israel and whitewash Palestinian terrorism. For good measure Max also compares the Israel Defense Forces to the SS.

Over Hillary’s four years as Secretary of State, Sid Blumenthal sent her email after email containing anti-Israel articles and advice.


The emails thus released show that Mr. Blumenthal sent 19 articles written by Max, most of which contained deep anti-Israel sentiment.


What is truly unsettling is Ms. Clinton’s glowing praise for Max’s work. On numerous occasions she forwarded the articles to her staff with the words “Pls print,” and a number of times she asked for multiple copies so that she could hand them out to her staff and discuss them.

Here are some of Hillary’s email responses to Max’s missives:

7/6/2010 – “Pls print 5 copies but w/out heading from Sid.”

8/17/2010 – “Pls congratulate Max for another impressive piece. He’s so good.”

11/18/2010- “A very smart piece as usual.”

4/7/2011 – “Will Max’s piece be published anywhere else? It is powerful and touching.”

12/23/2011 – “Max strikes again!”

1/21/2012 – “Interesting reading.”

9/13/2012 “Your Max is a mitzvah!”

12/7/2012 – “Good stuff. Where is he now?”

Yes, you heard right. A Jew who compares the IDF to the SS is a mitzvah.

It gets worse.

Over Ms. Clintons four years as Secretary of State, Mr. Blumenthal sent her email after email containing anti-Israel articles and advice—dozens of columns and op-eds attacking Israel in extreme ways. Articles such as:


“With A Victory Like This” by Akiva Eldar.

“The Preemptive Strike On Jodi Rudoren” by Stephen M. Walt.

“Why Israel Should End Its Policy of Nuclear Ambiguity” by Natasha Mozgovaya.

“America’s Faltering Search for Peace in the Middle East: Openings for Others?” by Chas W. Freeman, Jr.

“A Poisoned Process Holds Little Hope” by David Gardner.

“Gaza: It’s Hamas’s Move Now” by Jeremy Greenstock.

The list goes on. In these articles attacks against Israel are the norm.

Ms. Clinton often responds positively to Mr. Blumenthal’s suggested reading, asking for them to be printed. In fact, she never once challenged Mr. Blumenthal on their anti-Israel content, and never asked him to stop. Articles and advice ranging from how the alliance with Israel was harming the U.S., to how Bibi was plotting against the U.S. government, to how AIPAC could no longer be trusted, and to why Israel should be forced to reveal its nuclear weapons program were sent.


Mr. Blumenthal’s anti-Israel articles were full of falsehoods that are very harmful to the Jewish state:

3/20/2010 – “The policy of the present Israeli government is endangering the lives of American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

5/16/2010 – “The dilemmas you face when you possess dozens or hundreds of nuclear weapons, and your adversary, however despicable, may acquire one, are not the dilemmas of the Warsaw Ghetto.”

6/4/2010 – “The flotilla raid was not ‘bungled.’ The IDF detailed its violent strategy in advance.”

7/6/2010 – “Settlers’ theft of water from Palestinian towns.”

8/23/2010 – “We’ll lose our last partners to a settlement that will prevent Israel from turning into an apartheid state”

9/2/2010 – “Gestures of acceptance can help Israelis overcome their Holocaust-inspired political neuroses and take risks for peace.”

Mr. Blumenthal kept these vicious attacks flowing regularly to an eager Ms. Clinton.

A sampling of the many other anti-Israel quotes and ideas he sent:

5/16/2010 “But the message of the American Jewish establishment and its allies in the Netanyahu government is exactly the opposite: since Jews are history’s permanent victims, always on the knife-edge of extinction, moral responsibility is a luxury Israel does not have.”

5/31/2010 “Netanyahu is pleased by the fact that the Americans failed, so he said…”

9/2/2010 “Israel has worked hard to divide the Palestinians so as to consolidate its conquest of their homeland.”

11/18/2010 “The endgame of the far-right is to make Europe less tolerant and more Israeli.”

1/29/2011 “[T]he Egyptian revolution augurs an intense focus on the collapse of US initiatives on Israel-Palestine. Be prepared to take the consequences (while Bibi’s government and US neocons bark incessantly about ‘delegitimation’ of Israel…)”

2/18/2012 The Jewish lobby “sought to influence media coverage in a variety of sometimes heavy-handed ways” and “the pressure from these groups is relentless.”

In fact, if you do an exhaustive search of Hillary’s emails, you will not find a single pro-Israel article or piece of advice from Sid Blumenthal.

The list goes on and on.

In fact, if you do an exhaustive search of Ms. Clinton’s emails, you will not find a single pro-Israel article or piece of advice from Mr. Blumenthal throughout the hundreds of missives he sent. (Indeed, you will be hard pressed to find any pro-Israel articles or advice in Ms. Clinton’s thousands of released emails.)

Furthermore, Mr. Blumenthal’s stream of anti-Israel articles included many written not only by his son Max, but by Paul Blumenthal—his other anti-Israel son. He too contributed to the torrent of articles attacking Israel. The apples don’t fall far from the tree and Ms. Clinton was fed a steady diet of Israel disparagement from the Blumenthal trifecta.

In 2013, even before Ms. Clinton’s emails were released, Alan Dershowitz—a known supporter of the Clintons—already foresaw the Hillary-Blumenthal debacle. Wary of how damaging Mr. Blumenthal’s defense of his son’s anti-Israel views would be to Ms. Clinton’s future, Mr. Dershowitz warned, “Max Blumenthal is well outside the acceptable range of rhetoric about Israel. His constant comparisons between Nazi Germany and the Jewish state establish him as an extremist bigot whose greatest appeal is to anti-Semites and others who apply a double standard to the Jewish state. Any political candidate who would associate himself or herself with such views would be unacceptable to Americans… I hope that the Clintons ask Sid to expressly disassociate himself from his son’s views–and if he refuses to, that they no longer work with him on any matters.”

Mr. Dershowitz’s wise words have gone unheeded by both Clintons, and the newly released emails have thrown fuel on the fire.

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, “America’s Rabbi,” is the international best-selling author of 30 books, winner of The London Times Preacher of the Year Competition, and recipient of the American Jewish Press Association’s Highest Award for Excellence in Commentary. He will shortly publish The Israel Warrior’s Handbook.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 19:25 #13

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And she all ways carries a bottle of hot sauce cos shes fukkin woke lol
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 19:38 #14

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more on the far right in Israel and their anti-Clinton agenda. Bill Clinton works against Netanyahu getting elected in 1996. He prefers Shimon Peres who he sees will be better for peace. After Netanyahu prevails anyways, we have what became to be known as MEGA, an Israeli spy operation embedded within Clinton government, which is spying on Clinton. He is supposedly blackmailed by Mossad with Monica Lewinsky tapes, and then impeachment follows.

The impeachment of Bill Clinton was a joint operation by the far right in America (Council for National Policy) Richard Mellon Scaife money, and the Likud/Netanyahu far right faction in Israel.

The Likudniks continued their war on Obama and Hillary Clinton after Bill Clinton. They have allied themselves with the Bush and Trump administrations.

Bill Clinton admits he tried to help Peres beat Netanyahu in 1996 elections


Detailing failed attempt to boost Israeli leader he thought more supportive of peace efforts, former US president says, ‘I tried to do it in a way that didn’t overtly involve me’
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Former US president Bill Clinton acknowledged for the first time that he tried to help Shimon Peres win Israel’s general elections in 1996 against Benjamin Netanyahu.

In an interview broadcast on Israel’s Channel 10 news on Tuesday, the former president, who has not made a secret of his difficult relationship with Netanyahu, admitted intervening on Peres’s behalf in the elections that were held six months after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin because, he said, he saw Peres as more supportive of the Israeli-Palestinian peace effort.


In the interview excerpts broadcast on Tuesday, Clinton did not specify how he intervened.

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However, having spoken at Rabin’s funeral in November 1995, Clinton in March 1996 hosted a so-called “summit of the peacemakers” in Egypt with regional leaders including Peres — who had taken over as prime minister after the assassination — Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak, Jordan’s King Hussein and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Clinton then visited Israel, which was being battered by a wave of Palestinian suicide bombings. In April, he hosted Peres at the White House, where the two signed a joint declaration on combating terrorism.

All this was to no avail. Having trailed Peres in opinion polls before those terror attacks, Netanyahu narrowly won the May 1996 vote.

Asked in the interview whether it would be “fair to say” that he “tried to help Shimon Peres to win the election,” Clinton replied: “That would be fair to say. I tried to do it in a way that didn’t overtly involve me.”

He explained: “I did try to be helpful to him because I thought he was more supportive of the peace process. And I tried to do it in a way that was consistent with what I believed to be in Israel’s interest, without saying anything about the difference in domestic polices, without anything else.


When the victorious Netanyahu subsequently visited him at the White House, Clinton recalled, the new Israeli prime minister “wanted me to know that he knew I wasn’t for him and he beat us anyway.”


The former president laughed, then added: “And he was being very ‘Bibi'” (Netanyahu’s nickname).
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepares to shakes hands with president Clinton after their joint news conference at the White House Tuesday July 9, 1996. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

“But, you know,” continued Clinton, “I realized that he was now the leader of the country and if I wanted to support the peace I had to find a way to work with him. I wasn’t so much angry as just bemused by the brashness with which he played his hand. But that’s who he is. He did a very good job of it.”

The Israeli right has charged on several occasions in recent years that the US has unacceptably sought to intervene in Israeli elections on behalf of more dovish forces. The charge was raised against the Obama Administration by the Likud in the most recent elections, won by Netanyahu, in 2015.
Former US president Bill Clinton pays his respects at the lying in state of former Israeli president and prime minister Shimon Peres, September 29, 2016. (Yizhak Harari/Shimon Rivkin/Knesset Spokesman’s office)

Tuesday’s report featured only brief excerpts of a longer interview which is to be broadcast next week. In another short excerpt, Clinton said he thinks the current Netanyahu-coalition considers the Palestinians too weak to constitute much of a threat.

“By the time prime minister Netanyahu got back in office [in March 2009] the security situation was markedly better on the West Bank because of President Abbas,” Clinton said.

“Now, the coalition that Prime Minister Netanyahu heads, I think they believe that the Palestinians are too weak to cause them any trouble. And the security seems to be working.”

Nonetheless, said Clinton, “I still hope that some day, if some decent accommodation could be reached, that Israel would be even more prosperous.”
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 20:03 #15

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Populism FTW

Nationalism is inevitable

White people are the best

Merry christmas :thumbup:
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All i want for christmas is a race war
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 20:08 #17

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MrAnderson wrote:
Populism FTW

Nationalism is inevitable

White people are the best

Merry christmas :thumbup:

Merry Christmas to you too . Oh, and Africa is too black and needs more diversity! Those far right Africans who want Africa to remain African must be stopped..Populism and the will of the people will not be tolerated in a ''progressive'' World.. ;)

The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane. – Marcus Aurelius
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 20:11 #18

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Zorro wrote:
MrAnderson wrote:
Populism FTW

Nationalism is inevitable

White people are the best

Merry christmas :thumbup:

Merry Christmas to you too . Oh, and Africa is too black and needs more diversity! Those far right Africans who want Africa to remain African must be stopped..Populism will not be tolerated in a ''progressive'' World..;)

Every progressive should be made to live by their own rules and sent to africa to spread diversity

Im sure it can be arranged if we really try

It would be so woke
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 20:14 #19

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MrAnderson wrote:
Populism FTW

Nationalism is inevitable

White people are the best

Merry christmas :thumbup:

useful idiots gonna be useful idiots

that certainly is inevitable.
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FAR RIGHT, FAKE "NATIONALISM", ALT RIGHT ALL RUN BY ISRAEL 16 Dec 2018 20:16 #20

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Zorro wrote:
MrAnderson wrote:
Populism FTW

Nationalism is inevitable

White people are the best

Merry christmas :thumbup:

Merry Christmas to you too . Oh, and Africa is too black and needs more diversity! Those far right Africans who want Africa to remain African must be stopped..Populism and the will of the people will not be tolerated in a ''progressive'' World.. ;)

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Mr. Racist Nazi clown is butt hurt that his clown ideology of division is being lead by ISRAEL. :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:
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