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AFRICAN INVADERS pretending to be refugees have seized more than 100 buildings in Rome and are illegally squatting in them, the populist mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, has admitted in the wake of recent riots, carried out by sub-Saharans who had been living in Italy for the past five years. Raggi added…
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John YoungNews

by John Young WITH THE discussions about refugees, it is common to forget that the current refugee crisis didn’t exist just a few years ago. Where did it come from? It came from the dangerous destabilization of the Middle East, sponsored by the Obama Administration and overseen by Hillary Clinton.…
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I ACCIDENTALLY happened to come across a journalist from Europe (I won’t say where she was from as I want to protect her identity) who is currently writing an article about the European “refugee” crisis. She told me she had journalist friends from Sweden and Germany and that they…
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It’s good to make them feel unwelcome — but bad to teach them our languages. What is really needed is not any of these stupid halfway measures, but full-on race-based Whites-only citizenship coupled with mass deportation of non-Whites. MIGRANTS in Austria could be paid just €1-AN-HOUR…
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Essays

WE ARE IN the middle of ideological total war between the forces of globalism and nationalism. The outcome of this struggle of ideas will determine our future: open borders, foreign invasion, collapsing rule of law, chaos, mayhem and hate or a return to the sanity of shared national vision, culture,…
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Essays

EUROPE isn’t doing so well these days. It may be difficult to remember now, in the aftermath of Angela Merkel and George Soros’ manufactured “Refugee” Crisis of 2015, but prior to the open borders mania that was thrust upon Europe that year, the Old World was suffering from a litany of…
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by Mike Walsh WHEN INVITED to address the prestigious London Forum event due to be held in Central London on July 2nd a variety of reasons precluded my being there. It was regrettable but unavoidable. Here was opportunity — a rare chance to meet old comrades and new. Set against such a wonderful…
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