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YEARS AGO I warned of the folly of the Spanish law that grants citizenship to those “descended” from the Jews expelled by Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492. Particularly sinister was the fact that Jews would be able to certify who was “Jewish” for the purpose of gaining this citizenship. This was something…
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LAST NIGHT, 800 Africans jumped the fence in Ceuta, a Spanish exclave in the north of Africa. 600 of them made it through and then rampaged through the city, flinging urine, faeces and quicklime at the police. This is jungle-grade savagery running raw through the streets of one of our cities. Of course…
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THE LAST TIME I talked about Spain, they had just received a shipment of identical looking and behaving diversity that appeared to be extremely eager to embrace local customs and traditions and start “pumping” money into the economy, the most important thing any completely interchangeable…
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THIS ARTICLE is a follow-up to the one yesterday about Jews and Muslims working together to glorify the image of Islamic Spain in order to bash Christendom (link). I have decided to post an ongoing series of articles about how Jews have worked to promote a positive image of Islam in the Western mind. Below…
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AN IMPORTANT PART of the Blame Whitey narrative that has come to frame the understanding of history conventionally found within the public sphere is the myth of tolerance in Muslim-ruled Spain: “convivencia” as it is called, or co-existence; together with an ostentatious appreciation…
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THE FULL WEIGHT of the law must be brought against the ‘antifascists’ who brutally beat a woman, reportedly for wearing a bracelet bearing the national flag, Spain’s interior minister said on Tuesday. The attack, which left the 20-year-old woman with head injuries and a broken tooth, has been celebrated…
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“Gift” of this unmanned drone violates export licenses SPAIN HAS ASKED Israel to explain why it gave a Spanish-made helicopter drone to the Russian PM as a gift. Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel gave the drone — used for crop inspections and costing €50,000 ($53,000) — to…
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THOUSANDS of Spanish patriots turned out today to show their support for the Hogar Social Madrid (HSM) organization’s call to march against the non-white invasion and in favor of putting Spanish people first. The huge crowd — which snaked through the city for blocks — marched under banners calling…
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by Andrew Hamilton DESPITE the triumph of modernism, a handful of American sculptors, including Anna Hyatt Huntington, creator of The Torch Bearers (1955), continued to work in the neoclassical mode prior to and after WWII. Huntington was highly regarded for her large-scale public commissions…
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by John I. Johnson RECENTLY Delmer Berg (pictured), the last surviving member of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, died at the age of 100. He was eulogized in the controlled media and across the Internet. The Brigade was a group of violent Communists, mostly Jews, who fought in Spain to impose Communism on…
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