"O que Lénin e Trotsky não atingiram com o fim de conduzir as forças que dormitam no bolchevismo para a vitória final, será obtido através da política mundial da Europa e América." - Rosenberg 1930

terça-feira, 12 de julho de 2011

foi há 1300 anos...

...em 711, que começou o pesadelo do Al-Andaluz que dominou grande parte da Ibéria durante séculos (até 1253 no sudoeste da faixa ocidental - 540 anos - e até 1492 no sudeste ibérico - 780 anos (quase 8 séculos!)
esta invasão veio alterar a ordem estabelecida na Ibéria e modificar o rumo dos acontecimentos, falsificando algumas identidades ou corrompendo outras.
cabe agora a todos nós, recordar sempre este pesadelo e evitar que algo semelhante se volte a repetir, pois os muçulmanos não desistiram de recuperar o seu "Al-Andaluz" e muitas regiões da vizinha Espanha estão já invadidas de norte-africanos e muçulmanos radicais.
o estado português não tem ainda uma situação tão grave como a Espanha, França, Holanda, Reino Unido ou outros, mas absolutamente nada garante que não venha a ter no futuro. por isso, todo o cuidado é pouco...

13 comentários:

Anónimo disse...

"veio alterar a ordem estabelecida na Ibéria e modificar o rumo dos acontecimentos, falsificando algumas identidades ou corrompendo outras."

Concordo, falsificando ou corrompendo identidades

Thor disse...

em nome da «luta religiosa» (cristianismo vs islão) falsificaram-se identidades...

o islão não devia sequer existir (nem o cristianismo), quanto mais invadir a Ibéria...

Anónimo disse...

o pagão-maçom coudenhove-kalergi


"The man of the future will be of mixed race. Today's races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals."

Thor disse...

muito obrigado, anónimo...

Anónimo disse...

o pagao maçao mitterrand apoiou a imigraçao em massa para baixar os salários dos franceses

Thor disse...

sim, eu sei. foi nos anos 80 que ele disse essa merda, não foi?
tens aí algum link que prove que ele o disse?

Anónimo disse...

«Em 1981, tínhamos herdado uma situação de gangrena (...) fizemos vir os imigrantes em massa para mão de obra e para conter os salários dos trabalhadores franceses.» - miterrand

Anónimo disse...

La dernière interview du président de la République sortant avant l'élection présidentielle du 8 mai 1988.

Le Nouvel Observateur : Sur l'immigration, ne pensez-vous pas qu'il y a des mesures urgentes à prendre?

François Mitterrand - En 1981, nous avons hérité d'une situation gangrenée. Pendant les vingt ans précédents, on avait fait venir les immigrés en masse par besoin de main-d'oeuvre et pour contenir les salaires des travailleurs français. (...) Mais je pense que, s'ils doivent être traités humainement, les clandestins doivent rentrer chez eux. Quant aux autres, qui se trouvent légalement en France et veulent y rester, il est normal qu'ils soient, ainsi que leurs enfants, intégrés à la vie du quartier, de l'école, etc. (...)


http://tempsreel.nouvelobs.com/article/20081023.OBS7473/ce-que-je-ferai-par-francois-mitterrand-1988.html

Anónimo disse...

One of the key as aspects of the current impasse in the Ivory Coast is the important role played by the French Freemasons and their African lodge leaders. Virtually all the African leaders ranged against Gbagbo and supporting the elite cadre of French business and political leaders are Freemasons affiliated to the same lodges as the French business and political group. It is impossible to understand how Françafrique works without reference to the Masons.

The French Masons represent the elite of French business and politics, Most of them were educated together at the same two schools and most pursue a career in the administration of the French government or the administration of French business. At French firms there is often pressure to hire or promote people based on their connections. A study by Francis Kramarz and David Thesmar published in 2006 by the Institute for the Study of Labour in Bonn looked at three French business networks: former civil servants who graduated from the École Nationale d’Administration, former civil servants who graduated from the École Polytechnique and École Polytechnique graduates who went straight into business. These two elite schools, which produce 500 or so French graduates a year, dominate the boards of France’s biggest companies. The study showed that firms run by former civil servants who maintained their links to government markedly underperformed those run by executives with purely private-sector backgrounds[i].

Freemason lodges maintain a formidable, covert influence within the French judicial and police structures. All three Freemason lodges in France have gained reputations in recent years for being caught out peddling political influence and pursuing false invoicing on state contracts, particularly in companies controlled by the state. Freemasons in the judiciary hamper any investigations through bureaucratic measures designed to torpedo any serious attempt at reform. One of the topmost grievances raised by the muzzled Press is the Grande Lodge National Française’s (GLNF) open-armed embrace of brutal or corrupt African dictators who are Masons. The other two Grand Lodges are no different.

Just as in France, Freemasonry is ubiquitous at the very top in many African states. Denis Sassou Nguesso, the Congolese president, is Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Congo – Brazzaville linked to the National Grand Lodge of France; President Mamadou Tanja of Niger; Chad’s Idriss Deby and François Bozizé of the Central African Republic are among at least twelve African presidents linked to the Masons. In November 2009 Ali Bongo, the new Gabonese President was ordained as the grand master of the Grand Lodge of Gabon (GLB) and the Grand Equatorial Rite, the two predominant Freemason orders in Gabon.[ii]

In Congo-Brazzaville, both the current president, Denis Sassou Nguesso, and the former president, Pascal Lissouba, are freemasons, although they belong to different chapters of the order. Mr Lissouba is an initiate of the Grand Orient of France while Mr Sassou Nguesso belongs to a Senegalese lodge affiliated to the French Grand National Lodge. Most of these African presidents, but not exclusively, are francophone: Paul Biya, president of Cameroon , Blaise Compaore, president of Burkina Faso; Robert Guei, former head of Côte d’Ivoire; John Kuffuor, former president of Ghana, to name but a few. There are scores more at Cabinet level and who are staffing African regional organisations and banks.

Anónimo disse...

The Masons have always provided the leaders and the staff of French colonialism. The Grand Orient established its first lodge at Saint-Louis in Senegal in 1781 and, as a consequence, the names of a number of distinguished freemasons are to be found in the history of French colonial rule. The great French empire builder, Jules Ferry, was a freemason and so was the colonial governor, Félix Eboué, a Black from French Guiana, who rallied Chad to the Free French cause in 1940, leading the whole of French Equatorial Africa and Cameroon to support General de Gaulle at a time when the Vichy Government was introducing laws against masons and Jews.

A lot of the research on Françafrique was conducted by François Xavier-Verschave, who coined the term He wrote twenty books and innumerable articles on the subject. A lot of this ability to hide what it happening derives from two interlinked processes – the absence of any democratic procedures in the French political system for debating African policy and the empowered French Masons (and their African Presidential lodge brothers) who act to enforce the narrow interests of French business throughout Africa using the institutions of the French State. In return the African Presidents pay a tithe to the French politicians which funds French political parties and enriches others on a personal basis.

A recent WikiLeaks report explained one such case. Gabon's late president Omar Bongo allegedly pocketed millions in embezzled funds from central African states, channeling some of it to French political parties in support of Nicolas Sarkozy, according to a US embassy cable published by El País. A senior official at the Bank of Central African States (BEAC) told a US diplomat in Cameroon of Bongo's "brazen" defrauding of the bank which holds the pooled reserves of six central African countries, including Gabon, Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Shortly after Bongo's death in 2009, the US embassy in Yaounde said the bank source told them: "Gabonese officials used the proceeds for their own enrichment and, at Bongo's direction, funneled funds to French political parties, including in support of French President Nicolas Sarkozy." The cable, released by WikiLeaks, continued: "Asked what the officials did with the stolen funds, the BEAC official responded, 'sometimes they kept it for themselves, sometimes they funneled it to French political parties.' Asked who received the funds, the official responded, 'both sides, but mostly the right; especially Chirac and including Sarkozy.' The BEAC official said 'Bongo was France's favourite president in Africa,' and 'this is classic Françafrique.”[iv]

It must be noted that when the phrase, the ‘French’, is used it has a special meaning. Unlike in ordinary democracies, the French version of democracy is a special case. By tradition in France, foreign affairs are the French president’s private domain. The foreign affairs minister only applies his policies. France is the only Western country where foreign policy is not a debating topic in the national legislative bodies. The sovereignty of the French people does not count for anything even if it has elected the president directly. The Parliament has no checking powers and is quietly relegated to domestic matters.

Anónimo disse...

o maçom conastorgis tal e qual a elite apatrida

Thor disse...

obrigado anónimo :)

Anónimo disse...

«Fed to take over Philadelphia schools because of African American terrorism of Asian students»
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONnX-sYXHSA&feature=player_embedded