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Trump And North Korea – Soulmates Under The Skin

This September 2016 article on the US neo-Nazi website Radio Aryan suggests Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un’s North Korea may have more in common than most people imagine:

09/09/2016

The Daily Traditionalist: Best Wishes to North Korea

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Matthew Heimbach presents a solo edition of The Daily Traditionalist centred around some little known information about the hermit kingdom of North Korea. It is their independence day today and although most think they are Communist, they are actually closer to Nationalist. Matt has been reading a book called ‘The Cleanest Race’ which claims that the DPRK really derive their ideology from National Socialism and Japanese Fascism.

North Korea is extremely militaristic and insist that every member of their nation must be prepared to lay down their life for the rest. Their constitution does not have one mention of Communism in it and they have been moving further away from Marxism over the last few decades. They believe in racial purity and even instituted laws to preserve it during the initial leader Kim Il Sung’s reign. He had been prepared to work with the other anti-capitalist countries, but once the East German workers over there started to inter-marry with the Koreans, he expelled all the bastard children and banned miscegenation outright.

When American prisoners of war desired to stay there after the war, Kim Il Sung even imported wives for them from the Ukraine to prevent any temptation to mingle blood with the Koreans. The celebration of their racial purity is to be found everywhere in the country, with depictions of children all looking the same and Kim Il Sung always being pictured with snow, as they treasure the whiteness of their skin and see snow as a symbol for purity.

Not every policy of the DPRK is good and they do use some symbols of the enemy, but they are a nationalist regime and they do have a functioning ethno-state that has succeeded in standing up to the combined might of Jewish Capitalism.

Best wishes to Best Korea on their independence day.

Presented by Matthew Heimbach

The Daily Traditionalist: Best Wishes to North Korea – DT 090916

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Sinn Fein Can Smell The Leather Of The Back Seat In The Ministerial Merc

This piece in the Indo below more or less speaks for itself. Getting into government has become about getting into government. Nothing else.

Friday 15 June 2018

SF chiefs keep open option of talks with FG and FF

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald
Kevin Doyle

Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin chiefs have amended a motion that will be put to its membership this weekend in a bid to keep its coalition options open after a general election.

A Dublin-based branch of the party has tabled a motion for debate that would limit Mary Lou McDonald’s engagement with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.

It said that, while Sinn Féin could talk to any party, its “only objective will be to form a broad left-wing government comprising parties and independents of a similar political ideology”.

As Sinn Féin’s adopts motions from its ard fheis as policy, this would have effectively banned the leadership from entering government with either Leo Varadkar or Micheál Martin.

However, party bosses contacted the cumann in Templeogue seeking agreement to make the motion more ambiguous.

It will now say that Sinn Féin “should attempt” to form a left-wing coalition, rather than having this as the party’s “only objective”.

Deputy leader Pearse Doherty confirmed the change, saying Sinn Féin wanted to meet with all independents and parties after an election “to see whether we could deliver a programme for government that deals with the big crises”.

The leadership of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil have both categorically ruled out working with Sinn Féin.

Mr Doherty said Sinn Féin’s aim was to be the biggest political party.

“Obviously the bigger the mandate we have, the more influence we would have in those negotiations,” he said.

Party members will also debate whether Sinn Féin should contest a presidential election later this year.

A motion calls on the ard comhairle to “positively consider” putting a candidate forward regardless of whether President Michael D Higgins seeks re-election or not.

Irish Independent

Trump’s America (cont’d)

June 12, 2018
By Sharon J. Riley

The leaders of Canada, Italy, Germany, France, Japan, the UK, the United States, and 12 other countries gathered for the annual G7 summit, held this year in Charlevoix, Quebec. US president Donald Trump arrived late to a meeting on gender equality, missed a meeting with French president Emmanuel Macron, refused to sign the summit’s joint communiqué shortly after agreeing to sign it, and said that Russian president Vladimir Putin should have been invited.Trump left the summit early, after less than 24 hours in Canada, in order to travel to Singapore for what he described as a “get-to-know-you situation” with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at a five-star resort on the island of Sentosa, which was once known as the Island of Death from Behind for housing a Japanese execution site during World War II and now has a theme park and two golf courses. Doug Ford, a label and packaging magnate who is the brother of Toronto’s late mayor Rob Ford, who was once filmed smoking crack, was elected premier of Ontario, Canada’s most populous province. In Surrey, British Columbia, it was reported that feral peacocks were attacking cars after seeing their own reflections.
Austria’s government announced that it would close seven mosques, and the government of Bavaria, Germany, made it mandatory that every public building display a Christian cross at their entrance, and said that it would consider using private jets to deport migrants seeking asylum. US attorney general Jeff Sessions ordered federal immigration judges to “generally” deny “claims by aliens pertaining to domestic violence or gang violence perpetrated by non-governmental actors,” and to complete a quota of 700 cases a year; the US government plans to transfer 1,600 detained immigrants, including asylum seekers, to federal prisons; and an Ecuadorean pizza-delivery man was arrested after trying to deliver pizza to a military base in New York. It was reported that children had been separated from their parents while attempting to cross the US border in 1,768 cases over 17 months, and a Senator touring a detention facility said that children were being kept in “big cages.” A Massachusetts kindergarten teacher rewrote “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” with the lyrics “Lockdown, lockdown, lock the door. Shut the lights off, say no more” as part of a drill for school shootings. A two-year-old boy died after being shot by his 13-year-old brother in Ohio; a four-year-old boy was shot in South Carolina after playing with a gun he found under a mattress; a 10-year-old boy was shot while playing in his yard in Mississippi; a two-year-old boy was shot in the head and a nine-year-old boy was shot in the stomach while shooting targets in Tennessee; a four-year-old boy was shot at a gas station in Missouri; a five-year-old boy was shot while sitting on a porch in Louisiana; a five-year-old boy was shot in Pennsylvania; a six-year-old boy in Kentucky died when a gun he was playing with went off; a 12-year-old girl died after being shot by two teenagers in Georgia; five-year-old boy was shot by his eight-year-old brother and seven people were shot at a child’s birthday party in Illinois; and a ten-year-old boy was shot in the head at a birthday party in Virginia. NRA Family, the National Rifle Association’s website “for families and beginning shooters of all ages,” posted a “Fun Friday Quiz” titled “Which Rifle Are You?”
A member of the National Guard was arrested after leading police on a two-hour chase in a stolen armored vehicle in Virginia. Police in Mesa, Arizona, released a video showing a group of police officers punching and kneeing an unarmed 33-year-old black man because he wouldn’t sit down on the floor; a 24-year-old black man in Chicago, was killed after being shot in the back by police; and the National Sheriff Association announced a new program to teach police how to reduce the use of lethal force against pets. A pastor conducting a baptism in a lake in Ethiopia was killed by a crocodile, a woman in Florida was dragged into a lake by an alligator while she was walking her dogs, and a cashier on her break at a Florida Home Depot was attacked in the parking lot by a spider monkey named Spanky.It was reported that Chinese demand for donkey skins was causing a decline in Kenyan donkey populations. A 340-ton machine in Tennessee that can calculate 200 quadrillion mathematical equations per second overtook a Chinese mainframe to become the world’s fastest supercomputer, and it was reported that researchers in Germany were developing a robot that gives good hugs.

Fuck Trump!

A Glimpse Of The Other Circles Gerry Adams Moves In

This article, from yesterday’s (Sat) New York Post, may help to give an answer to those who have been wondering what Gerry Adams might do, now that he has handed over the leadership of Sinn Fein to Mary Lou.

To be asked to eulogise someone known as ‘the contractor to the stars’ on the same platform as Martha Stewart at a fancy Hampton’s funeral suggests to me that the bold Gerry is well got amongst New York’s rich and famous.

Don’t be surprised if one day you pick up your paper or read on social media that the one-time IRA Chief of Staff has relocated himself to that part of the world, where no-one mentions Jean McConville or has even heard of Brian Stack – much less Tom Oliver.

Martha Stewart delivers eulogy at ‘builder to the stars’ memorial

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Bonnie and Ben Krupinski

Martha Stewart delivered a heartfelt eulogy for longtime pal and prominent East Hampton home builder, Ben Krupinski — who died in a plane crash with his wife and grandson last weekend.

Hundreds of friends, family and admirers poured into the First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton Friday morning to pay tribute to the 70-year-old “Builder to the Stars,” his wife, Bonnie Bistrian Krupinski, 70, and their 22-year-old grandson, Will Maerov.

Other notable guests included Gerry Adams, former head of Ireland’s Sinn Fein, and professional golfer Ben Crenshaw. The pews filled so quickly that by 10 a.m., mourners were ushered to a nearby parish to watch a live stream of the service, Newsday reported.

The family, along with the pilot, Jon Dollard, 47, were all presumed dead after the Piper PA-31 Navajo plunged into the Atlantic Ocean off Amagansett about 3:20 p.m. on June 2.

Stewart, 76, dressed in a black embroidered frock, spoke about meeting Krupinski in the early 1990s, a month after buying an old house on Lily Pond Lane in East Hampton Village.

“I interviewed seven contractors in one day, then this handsome guy drove up in a pickup truck, not a Mercedes like these other guys,” she said, according to the East Hampton Star.

When asked if it could be restored to her utmost standards, he replied, “ ‘Certainly. No problem.’”

The polite phrase became Stewart’s nickname for the builder.

“That’s what I called him,” she said.

He carried out the project quickly, and under-budget, she recalled.

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Pallbearers carry the caskets of Bernard and Bonnie Krupinski at the First Presbyterian Church of East HamptonVictor Alcorn

Bonnie was “the anchor” who was “studious [and] loyal,” said the lifestyle guru.

The builder’s estranged daughter, Laura Krupinski, once accused her father of having an affair with Stewart, allegations he denied.

Adams also spoke at the service.

“Words cannot express the awfulness of what has occurred, so we have to dig deep,” he said. “Ben and Bonnie were warm, happy, decent, generous patriots who never forgot their heritage.”

Musician Rick Davies of the 1970s rock group Supertramp, a friend of the couple, played a piano rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” the East Hampton Star reported.

Pallbearers then solemnly carried out the wooden caskets of Ben and Bonnie.

The twin-engine aircraft was discovered Thursday, about 45 feet under water, authorities said.

The bodies of Krupinski and his wife were found by divers June 2 among the wreckage and a third body was found Friday, but East Hampton cops have yet to identify the remains.

Leo Goes Into The Lions’ Den

I see that an Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has accepted an invitation to launch this year’s Feile an Phobail, or the West Belfast Festival as it used to be known, a decision which understandably will inject more excited speculation into the chatter surrounding a Sinn Fein-Fine Gael coalition bromance come the next general election in the South.

These days Feile an Phobail is a much more respectable event than it used to be, not so long ago, when the organisers made little pretence about who was really running the show.

The climax of the Festival would come on the last night when there would be a concert in Ballymurphy, usually near Springhill Avenue, the heart of Provo support in the estate, and at the culmination of the concert a group of armed and masked IRA volunteers would make an appearance to the hysterical delight of the crowd.

The manifestation no longer happens but the question lingers: have they really gone away?

Welcome to the den, Leo.

 

So Just Who Was Bill Flynn, Gerry Adams’ Corporate Buddy?

Domestic considerations oblige me to make this posting short – and hopefully sweet, at least for some.

Who was Bill Flynn, the former CEO of the multi-billion dollar insurance giant, Mutual of America whose death at the age of 92 over the weekend, has been accompanied by panegyrics hailing his role as an Irish-American peacemaker?

Bill Flynn flanked by John Hume and Gerry Adams

Through his membership of the establishment-heavy National Committee on American Foreign Policy, Flynn persuaded the Clinton White House to grant a three-day visa for Gerry Adams in 1994 to visit New York, an event that angered the British and helped Adams persuade his grassroots that the Americans could be a Sinn Fein ally as the promised IRA ceasefire of that year became a reality.

So Flynn and his contacts were arguably vital to the Adams’ strategy, enabling the SF leader not just to influence the Oval Office but to reach into the wider Irish-American world beyond the Noraid bars of the Bronx.

Flynn first got interested in the Northern situation through a charity he helped fund in Ardoyne but he had roots in the place. His family came from Loughinisland and when the UVF slaughtered Catholics watching the World Cup at a local bar in June 1994 his interest sharpened.

He will also be remembered for footing the bill for a $40k laser treatment in New York for Gerry Adams’ prostate problem. You can read about that here and here.

But one aspect of Bill Flynn’s career has mostly escaped notice and that was his membership of the elite Sovereign Order of the Knights of Malta, usually known just as the Knights of Malta. (Yes, the same guys who drive ambulances in west Belfast)

Martin McGuinness introduced to a meeting of Bill Flynn’s National Committee on American Foreign Policy by Henry Kissinger

Outside of America only aristocrats can rise to leadership positions in the Knights of Malta. In Britain, the Queen heads the order, even though elsewhere the Knights are overwhelmingly Catholic.

In America there is no hereditary aristocracy but there is a dollar aristocracy and an establishment aristocracy. And the leadership of the Knights of Malta in the US has over the years been peppered with leaders from America’s intelligence, financial, industrial and political worlds.

If you go to this link you can see the sorts who rise or have risen to the top of the Knights in America. People like these CIA luminaries: Bill Donovan, Bill Casey (a close friend of Flynn’s), William Colby, John McCone, Geo Bush Snr and George Tenet. Or J Edgar Hoover, FBI founder; Joe Kennedy Snr founder of the dynasty of the same name; William Randolph Hearst, war-monger extraordinaire and William Buckley, intellectual founder of the New Right. And so on.

I have often wondered if Bill Flynn ever introduced Gerry to this charmed and exclusive circle?