In The News, 2/29/16

Leap Year News.

I agree with Orban here.  Also note how the controlled media constantly use pictures of women and children to depict “migrants” and “refugees” while most of them are invasive angry young men.  In any case, Chicken-wire Vik is correct – it is simply a matter of will.  The influx can be stopped today, immediately, if the desire existed.  Send them all back.  Build real walls (not Vik’s “hey if I erect some chicken wire, maybe folks will vote for us and not Jobbik”), or European police and military forces should just shoot the damn invaders.  Further, can Italy, finally, invade “Vatican City,” seize the land, and put the “Pope” on trial for the advocacy of White genocide? In any case, the situation reminds one of The Camp of the Saints in more ways than one.  In that novel, Europe could have stopped the Brown Desi invasion at any time, and had opportunities to do so.  But they just did not want to do so, and so Europe and the West died.  I also note that in Raspail’s book, a Chinese invasion of Russia was part of the destruction of the West; apart from a false note about Israel, it would seem that Raspail’s understanding of race and culture. including the facts of Russia vs. the Yellow Peril, is superior to that of some in the “movement.”  And, of course, we do not need Chinese girls with guns to “protect the West’s borders” – it is simply a matter of will.  If it is decided that the borders are to be defended, Whites can very well do it themselves, thank you very much.
Sessions finally endorses Trump.  Meanwhile, the media continues to talk about “Rubio’s momentum.”  I don’t know, after being endorsed by Christie and Sessions, and leading in the polls, one would think that the “momentum” is with Der Touchback, but, hey, let’s not be too judgmental of the media narrative now, shall we?  After all, we know that the real job of the news media is to create the news, not report it.  Similarly, opinion polling is designed to create opinions, not measure them.
At first glance, I originally thought that the painting accompanying this article was that of Rosie disciplining the Derb.  My mistake.
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