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If you have any doubts about Muslim immigration, this might clear up your thinking.

This “furniture shipment” was supposed to go to the refugee camps in GREECE to make their life more bearable and ease their hardships. 

52 tons of guns and ammunition in big 40’ double containers followed the migrants to Europe , pretending to be furniture but, was discovered by the Greek border securities in 14 containers.

If this doesn’t convince you that this IMMIGRATION is nothing less than an ARMED INVASION then nothing will.

Wonder still why all those young (military age) men without children or wives are taking on the task of traveling all those miles posing as refugees?

Most western nation Main Stream media won’t cover this… So please share




Yeah, keep letting them into our country!

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We (At least, some of us) Will Remember!

Oradour-Sur-Glane, France


Oradour-Sur-Glane is unique in Europe: a fully preserved, ruined village that was the site of the worst Nazi massacre of civilians carried out on French soil. Six hundred and 42 people, including 247 children, were shot or burnt alive on 10 June 1944 in an unexplained act of barbarity.
In what is believed to have been an act of revenge for the town’s supposed support of the French Resistance, the men were taken to barns and machine-gunned, and the women and children were locked in a church and killed with explosives and incendiary grenades. Only a handful of people managed to survive by playing dead and later fleeing to the forest.

After the war, General Charles de Gaulle decided the village should never be rebuilt, but would remain a memorial to the cruelty of the Nazi occupation. The new village of Oradour-Sur-Glane (population 2,375 in 2012), northwest of the site of the massacre, was built after the war. The ruins of the original village remain as a memorial to the dead and to represent similar sites and events.

In a speech in 2013, Robert Hébras – one of only six people to survive the slaughter (hid under a pile of dead bodies), and one of two still alive – explained how the womenfolk and young had been variously asphyxiated, machine-gunned and burnt alive. They certainly saw the flattened pushchair, left in the place where it had been found before the altar.

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Rachel Wall

Ever since her young age, Rachel Wall was unsatisfied with her life and longed for the waterfront and sea. During one of her visits to the harbor at the age of 16, she became under attack from the group of local girls only to be saved by the man named George Wall. The pair quickly fell in love, and they married despite growing concern from her family.
The couple settled in Boston and tried to scrape out a living, but constant money problems eventually led them to turn to a life of crime. In 1781, the Walls procured a small boat, teamed with a few low-life mariners and began preying on ships off the coast of New England.
Their strategy was as ingenious as it was brutal. Whenever a storm passed through the region, the buccaneers would dress their boat up to look like it had been ravaged by rough seas. The comely Rachel would then stand on the deck and plead for aid from passing ships. When the unsuspecting rescuers came near, they were promptly boarded, robbed and murdered.
After her husband George Wall was killed in a storm, Rachel continued to steal but this time pirating across the land, not the sea. Eventually, she was captured and charged with a death sentence. During her trial in 1789, Rachel confessed about her times as a pirate, but she denied ever killing anyone. Judges were not kind to her, and she was executed by hanging October 8, 1789.
According to the historians, her last words were “…into the hands of the Almighty God I commit my soul, relying on his mercy…and die an unworthy member of the Presbyterian Church, in the 29th year of my age “.
She was the last woman ever executed in Massachusetts when she was hanged to death in Boston.
Courtesy of Vintage News

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‘Cos of Brexit!

I was sat in the garden this morning when I saw an aeroplane high up in the sky. Now, bearing in mind all this fuss because we voted to take our country back from the huns, I got a bit scared that it was the re-appearance over our house, of:-


The Luftwaffe

So, I ran indoors and looked up Flight Radar, to see what plane it was. Imagine my horror at first glance, to see it was:-



I soon calmed down, sat down again and thought, “I should have known better.” I apologise to all my Germanic friends. Not that I have any!

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SSShhhhhhhh! Don’t Tell The Truth!

The mayor of Cologne has summoned police for crisis talks after about 80 women reported sexual assaults and muggings by men on New Year’s Eve. (At one location!!!)
The scale of the attacks on women at the city’s central railway station has shocked Germany. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved.
City police chief Wolfgang Albers called it “a completely new dimension of crime”. The men were of Arab or North African appearance, he said.
The justice minister warned against linking the crimes to the issue of migrants and refugees.
A policeman who was outside Cologne station during the New Year’s Eve trouble told the city’s Express news website that he had detained eight suspects. “They were all asylum seekers, carrying copies of their residence certificates,” he said.

BBC News.


Thank you, dear Leaders, for what you have let us in for.

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