Progressive Liberal Hypocrisy

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Hypocrisy at it's core regarding leftist concern about methane causing global warming.

 

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My God how far the UK (and much of western Europe) has fallen...

Former UK Cop Faces Prison For "Implying" Something Offensive In A Meme
Former UK Cop Faces Prison For "Implying" Something Offensive In A Meme | ZeroHedge

The ludicrous state of free speech in the UK is being exposed by the fact that a former police officer is facing prison for merely ‘implying’ something offensive in a meme sent to a private WhatsApp group.
 

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Meanwhile.... THIS explains a lot...


"Europeans Will Succumb To Islam" - Former Top German Spy Issues New Warning

Germany’s former top domestic spy chief, Hans-Georg Maaßen, said in a new interview that Europe is facing an unprecedented crisis due to mass immigration, that Islam is well poised to conquer Europe, and that Germany and Austria could do much to stop the crisis but are choosing not to.
A completely different culture is approaching us. We are not at all prepared for this, as we’re incapable of resolving conflicts even by means of violence, like family clans do from the Arab states. These people resolve conflicts by violence, whereas people in Central Europe think that this can only be done through the courts,” said Maaßen, who served as president of the Office of the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) from 2012 until 2018, said in his interview with FPÖ TV.

“The Europeans will succumb to Islam. On the one hand, because they are unable to even see this conflict coming, and on the other, because they are incapable of resolving conflicts in a similar fashion,” he said, stating that “the end result will be the gradual destruction of our European cultures.”


Hans-Georg Maaßen served as Germany's top domestic intelligence chief from 2012 to 2018.


Maaßen described Europeans as living without a vision or mission, whereas other competing cultures have a clear idea of what they are and what their objectives are.
“We don’t know where we want to go. What should Germany or Austria look like in 2030? We are living only in the moment, and therefore we are losing out to others who have a religion or ideology, who know where they want to go. We lack a mission,” he continued. “Mostly Muslims come to us with a completely different awareness of culture, religion and family. In secular Europe, religion and family — if they are still important at all — are a matter for the individual, but in these cultures it is a matter for the clan.”

Population replacement by design
Maaßen said that European politicians are actively allowing mass immigration because, according to him, “our politicians want a different population. The political left follows the course of the anti-German ideology. The more heterogeneous a population, the less able it is to articulate itself and have a democratic say. The more politics accepts immigrants from other countries as they see fit and grants them citizenship, the more politics selects the people of the state and influences the election results. These migrants then vote differently than the locals.”
 
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Good News In The Douglass Mackey Case
Good News In The Douglass Mackey Case | ZeroHedge

The First Target Of Biden's Politicized DOJ
Long before the Biden DOJ indicted Donald Trump, their first target was Douglass Mackey, as pseudonymous ZeroHedge contributor Blue Apples pointed out earlier this year ("Douglass Mackey Convicted For Posting Political Memes From 2016"):

There's that phrase again: election interference. Although the term has been forced down the public's throat, the level of doublethink conjured up about what does and doesn't constitute election interference to do so has grown to such an absurd extent that it would make the Politburo Commissar of Propaganda blush. While falsifying intelligence, spying on a presidential campaign, and politically motivated criminal prosecutions are decidedly not election interference according to the those beholden to the Democratic Party, making memes apparently is. That creed was consecrated upon the conviction of Douglass Mackey on charges stemming from a satirical series of tweets from 2016 in which he jested that supporters of Hilary Clinton should vote by text ahead of that year's presidential election

Mackey was arrested in West Palm Beach, Florida on January 27th, 2021 -- just one week following the inauguration of President Biden, highlighting the apparently priority mandated upon Merrick Garland's Department of Justice to pursue political opponents.

Over the summer, we shared an insider's account of the trial that convicted Mackey, along with a copy of his appeal ("The Political Persecution Of Douglass Mackey"). Now we're happy to share a bit of good news. As reported by Mackey on X yesterday, Federal District Judge Omar A. Williams granted a stay of Mackey's surrender date so he can avoid jail pending his appeal. Judge Williams also ordered an expedited appeal for Mackey:

I am gratified by today’s ruling and look forward to the Second Circuit’s resolution of the important questions presented by my appeal.Home | Meme Defense Fund pic.twitter.com/1D8pGSVTip
— Douglass Mackey (@DougMackeyCase) December 5, 2023

President Trump Weighs In
In addition, President Trump added a statement of support for Mackey.
BREAKING: PRESIDENT TRUMP STANDS UP FOR DOUG MACKEY, SLAMS THE DEMOCRATS FOR ATTEMPTING TO THROW HIM IN JAIL FOR MEMES
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— Jack Poso (@JackPosobiec) December 5, 2023
 

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Those Who Cry "Far Right" Have No Idea What's Happening In Dublin
Those Who Cry "Far Right" Have No Idea What's Happening In Dublin | ZeroHedge

You might think that a government faced with a barbaric public stabbing of schoolchildren and an unprecedented night of rioting in its capital city would extend condolences to the victims, take a deep breath, and try to figure out how a city managed to spiral out of control on its watch. But instead, the riots in Dublin were met by a shallow, one-dimensional analysis by all of the key authorities involved: to blame the “far right.”

For example, Garda Commissioner Drew Harris blamed the violence on the streets on a “hooligan faction driven by far right ideology.”

Many aspects of Ireland’s immigration policies strike people as profoundly unfair and destructive, including allowing very large numbers of asylum-seekers to avail of free or cheap housing on the taxpayer’s dime while Irish citizens are frozen out of the housing market; and flooding local communities with large numbers of refugees with no prior consultation whatsoever. In response to complaints, the Irish government has just doubled down, and given us more of the same “open-door” immigration policies.

So when a city is taken over by thugs for a night, we should be less worried about whether there were “far-right” elements among them, and more worried about why they felt they could openly engage in this level of brazen violence and destruction and get away with it; and how the atmosphere in Dublin become so tense and angry that a single stabbing incident, however unspeakable, could spark riots on a level we have not seen in generations.
 

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Those Who Cry "Far Right" Have No Idea What's Happening In Dublin
Those Who Cry "Far Right" Have No Idea What's Happening In Dublin | ZeroHedge

You might think that a government faced with a barbaric public stabbing of schoolchildren and an unprecedented night of rioting in its capital city would extend condolences to the victims, take a deep breath, and try to figure out how a city managed to spiral out of control on its watch. But instead, the riots in Dublin were met by a shallow, one-dimensional analysis by all of the key authorities involved: to blame the “far right.”

For example, Garda Commissioner Drew Harris blamed the violence on the streets on a “hooligan faction driven by far right ideology.”

Many aspects of Ireland’s immigration policies strike people as profoundly unfair and destructive, including allowing very large numbers of asylum-seekers to avail of free or cheap housing on the taxpayer’s dime while Irish citizens are frozen out of the housing market; and flooding local communities with large numbers of refugees with no prior consultation whatsoever. In response to complaints, the Irish government has just doubled down, and given us more of the same “open-door” immigration policies.

So when a city is taken over by thugs for a night, we should be less worried about whether there were “far-right” elements among them, and more worried about why they felt they could openly engage in this level of brazen violence and destruction and get away with it; and how the atmosphere in Dublin become so tense and angry that a single stabbing incident, however unspeakable, could spark riots on a level we have not seen in generations.
Gee, it's sad and tragic how one could just swap the words "Dublin" with "the United States" and still remain factual and accurate in the majority of the article..... :confused:
 
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