Saturday, June 3, 2023

Leftist violence is at their core...they will beat whomever they want

Left-wing extremism in Germany: How much of a threat is it?

7 hours ago

Germany is bracing for street protests by the far-left "Antifa" movement this week, after the conviction of Lina E., who was found guilty of physically assaulting neo-Nazis.

Florida woman was shoplifting when her car with 2 children inside burst into flames: police. Shoplifting must be profitable as the car was a Lincoln

Florida woman was shoplifting when her car with 2 children inside burst into flames: police

Alicia Moore, 24, parked her car outside the Dillard’s department store at the Oviedo Mall on May 26 with her two young kids inside who “could not care for themselves” according to a police report obtained by Fox Orlando.

The Orlando native then went inside the store with a man, who has not been identified, and allegedly began stealing from the store, according to police.

Nearly an hour later, she left the store and found her car engulfed in a massive blaze. 

The mother dropped all of the allegedly stolen items in the store and ran towards the vehicle, cops said.

Fighting the evil civilization destroyer George Soros

 ‘Jews Against Soros’ Launches

George Soros is a Bad Hombre. He is an evil genius who made a fortune breaking the Bank of England in the 1990s and has since used his investing success to endow a self-sustaining anti-Western, anti-Israel, anti-American activist ecosystem with tens of billions of dollars to carry on their effort to open borders and destroy nation states for generations after Soros is gone.

Anti-Israel ‘non-governmental organizations’ (NGOs) are a particular Soros favorite, as is electing soft-on-crime district attorneys in the U.S. Soros was the secret funder of the anti-Israel “J Street” group (which pretends to be pro-Israel but seeks to undermine U.S. support for Israel) and the not so secret funder of the toxic Media Matters.

Here is a sampling of our prior coverage of Soros spanning almost 100 posts since the earliest days of Legal Insurrection:

The gun framers want to make the world safe for the Markevious King's of the world

Violent attacker meets his match when pregnant mom pulls her pistol

Making America more like Mexico..Five illegal aliens affiliated with MS-13 charged in murder of 15-year-old Maryland boy

Police have arrested five illegal aliens believed to have murdered a 15-year-old Maryland boy.

Limber Lopez Funez of Frederick was first reported missing on Feb. 25. The following day, detectives discovered a crime scene in a wooded area near Orchard Way and determined a serious assault had taken place.

Government anti white policies: A radicalized military is a defeated military

The British Royal Air Force will compensate 31 men whose training was delayed because recruiters were put off by the color of their skin.

A newly leaked email from Jan. 19, 2021, revealed that Squadron Leader Andrew Harwin, who worked in the Officer and Aircrew Selection Center, expressed concern to recruiter colleagues "that the boards have recently been predominantly white male heavy," reported the Telegraph.

Kind of makes you yearn for flogging punishments

Teens arrested after eating town's prized swan and kidnapping its babies from protected pond: Police


Friday, June 2, 2023

Anti Semitism and Holocaust deniers: Welcome to 1938!


Polish radical right-wing MP disrupts lecture on Holocaust

23 hours ago

A Polish radical right-wing MP's violent disturbance at a lecture on the Holocaust at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw prevented a renowned historian and researcher from speaking.

The German Historical Institute in Warsaw is usually a place for balanced academic debate based on facts and pertinent arguments rather than high political emotion. On Tuesday evening, however, the institute was the scene of a political outburst that turned violent. Fortunately, the only damage caused was to the technical equipment.

The outburst occurred during a lecture by Jan Grabowski, a renowned Polish-Canadian professor of history and Holocaust researcher.

Only a few minutes after Grabowski had begun to speak on the announced topic, "Poland's (growing) problems with the history of the Holocaust," radical right-wing MP Grzegorz Braun leapt to his feet shouting "Enough!" and stormed onto the podium, grabbing the microphone and smashing it on the lectern several times.

Jan Grabowski wears glasses and looks into the camera in this portrait
Grabowski was giving a lecture on "Poland's (growing) problems with the history of the Holocaust"Image: Jan Grabowski/picture alliance/dpa/

He then tore out the cables and knocked over the loudspeaker. Turning to the shocked audience, he announced that the event was over.

Police and security powerless

Neither the security guard in the room nor the police officers who were called to the scene were able to remove Braun and his supporters from the room. The MP referred to his immunity and claimed that the situation was an emergency.

When the director of the institute, Milos Reznik, reproached Braun for damaging institute property, the MP became abusive: "A German in Warsaw is not going to tell me I shouldn't damage something. Get out of Warsaw, now!"

Lecture called off

Despite being booed by audience members and called a "disgrace," a "fascist" and a "Russian doormat," Braun refused to budge. "I am defending the Polish nation against a provoked attack on historical sensitivity," he told the police officers.

After fruitless discussions with the MP, the police asked those attending the event to leave the room.

Extreme right-wing agitator

It was only when the event had been called off that Braun left the building, where he boasted of his victory to his supporters outside.

Braun belongs to the Confederation Liberty and Independence, a small parliamentary group consisting of nine MPs. It has links to Germany's far-right Alternative for Germany party.

Aggressive protests

Spectacular protests are an integral feature of Braun's political activity. In recent years, he attracted a lot of attention with his protests against COVID-19 restrictions. He once threatened the health minister in parliament with the words: "You will hang!"

Grzegorz Braun (center) visiting the German AfD party at the German parliament, Berlin, September 26, 2022
Braun (center) is an MP for the Confederation Liberty and Independence, which has links to Germany's far-right AfD party. He is pictured here during a visit to the AfD in Berlin in 2022Image: Wojciech Szymanski/DW

He also considers the independent media to be his enemies. In 2012, he declared that one in 10 journalists at the Gazeta Wyborcza daily newspaper and the private television channel TVN should be shot.

Opposition before the lecture

Before Grabowski had even arrived at the institute on Tuesday, his lecture had ruffled feathers and raised hackles. On May 25, Jakub Kumoch, former chief foreign policy adviser to President Andrzej Duda, took to Twitter to vent his anger about the visiting academic.

Kumoch, who media reports say is likely to become Poland's next ambassador to China, was obviously most angered by that fact that the lecture was being held at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw.

'Provoking a scandal'

Of all people, he said, the Germans had no right to teach the Poles anything about the Holocaust. "Once again, just in case. A German historical institute," he tweeted. He went on to accuse the institute of "provoking a scandal" so that the German newspapers would have something to write about.

"We are reaching a new level of violence against academics," Grabowski has since told the Internet portal Wirtualna Polska. He said the current situation reminds him of the situation in 1937-1939, when academics were attacked and their lectures interrupted in Poland.

Throwback to the 1930s?

This opinion is shared by historian Szymon Rudnicki, author of numerous publications about the Polish radical right wing in the interwar years from 1918 to 1939). "I feel as if I have been transported back to the 1930s," he told DW.

"What can I say?" institute director Reznik told journalists. "The situation speaks for itself. We have seen who is afraid of the debate about important topical problems." He pledged that the institute would take up the theme of the lecture at a later date.

Director of the German Historical Institute Warsaw, Milos Reznik (center), speaks to a journalist after the disturbance, German Historical Institute, Warsaw, Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Reznik (center) told journalists that the institute would take up the theme of the lecture at a later dateImage: Jacek Lepiarz/DW

When asked whether the decision to call off the event had not been a capitulation, Reznik replied: "If the academic says that he sees no way to continue the lecture, we have to accept that."

Controversial figure in Poland

Grabowski lectures at the University of Ottawa in Canada. His publications have made him a lot of enemies in Poland — especially within the right-wing government. Among other things, the book "Night Without End: The Fate of Jews in German-Occupied Poland," which was first published in Polish in 2018 and which he co-edited with Barbara Engelking, triggered a wave of protests.

In the book, he highlighted the problem of violence perpetrated by Christian Poles against Jews, in particular after the liquidation of the ghettos by the Germans in 1942, when survivors sought help from Polish families in the country.

The results of his research were criticized by the Polish Institute of National Remembrance. But Grabowski was backed up by the Israeli Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem and the Institute of History at the Polish Academy of Sciences.

In recent times, the Polish government has stepped up its pressure on independent academics investigating critical aspects of Polish-Jewish relations during World War II.

"I will not finance any research work that seeks to slander the good name of the Polish state," Education and Science Minister Przemyslaw Czarnek said at a meeting with a delegation from the European Parliament in Warsaw in mid-May. This statement led to strained relations with the Israeli government and Holocaust researchers worldwide.

This article was originally published in German.