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We are witnessing the rise of global authoritarianism on a chilling scale
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RE: We are witnessing the rise of global authoritarianism on a chilling scale
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-13-2016 07:00 PM)
Wow. White people controlling their borders... just like Israel and Asian countries do.

SHOCKING AUTHORITARIANISM!!!!

Yes indeed!
We have reached the breaking point.
We are sick of political correctness.
We are sick of multiculturalism.
We are sick of having to press 2 for english.
We are sick of paying welfare to people who are here illegally.
We are sick of having our jobs lost to foreigners.
Our resentment is exploding. It will get worse.
There will be chaos and blood in the streets before it is all over.

Do not drink too deeply of the fount of knowledge lest you learn something you do not wish to know.

It is very easy to deceive a man and very difficult to undeceive him.

I never cease to be amazed at the ability of some people to override reason and negate logic.
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Funny how you see what the bible states is gonna happen.
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The bible states they are gonna take the money from the orphans and widows. Who is they. The 1%. Actually the 1/2 of 1 percent. Get ready. They gonna kill us. Yeshua is king.
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"US-influenced evangelicals". Sounds great! sarc.
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With Rousseff on the ropes, Brazil's far right sees an opening

With less than a week until the Brazilian senate votes on the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, the question facing the nation is no longer whether the Workers’ party government will fall, but how far to the right the political pendulum will swing once it has fallen.

For Marco Feliciano – an ultra-conservative preacher-politician from the evangelical caucus – it cannot go far enough in reversing what he sees as the malign policies introduced since the left came to power in 2003.

“I don’t just want the Workers’ party to go, I want it to disappear from history, to fall into extinction.”

His comments reflect the growing influence of the “bullets, beef and Bible” (BBB) caucus, which aims to strengthen the military, expand agriculture and tighten restrictions on abortion, gay marriage and secular education.

In the short term, Vice-President Michel Temer is expected to form a centre-right administration for the 180 days of the senate’s deliberations on Rousseff’s impeachment. But longer term, conservatives like Feliciano feel they are well placed to expand their influence.

“I’m now the second most ‘liked’ politician in Brazil,” Feliciano says as he opens up a laptop to display a social network ranking that puts him – with more than 3.5m likes – well ahead of the soon-to-be-removed president.

Close behind, he pointed out, was his controversial party colleague, Jair Bolsonaro, a former army captain and apologist for the 1964-1985 military dictatorship who caused a storm during the lower house impeachment debate by dedicating his vote to a notorious torturer of political prisoners from the 1970s, Carlos Alberto Brilhante Ustra.

Carlos Pereira, a political scientist at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, said the country’s democracy was sufficiently stable to resist radicals. “As in many European countries, extremists, like Bolsonaro and Feliciano, have a niche in proportional representation systems. Nevertheless, they are not viable candidates in any contest that requires them to secure a majority, such as a campaign for mayor, governor or president,” he said. “They are not credible contenders for executive positions.”


http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/ma...mpeachment
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Far right European parties see Israeli Government as role model. A nationalistic, security state in perpetual fear.
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French far-right leader slams BDS to woo Israel lobby

The far-right leader reportedly characterized the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement in support of Palestinian rights as “racist.”

https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali...rael-lobby


Dutch demagogue teams up with Israeli rightists to claim that 'Jordan is Palestine'.

Wilders, whose policies include introducing Israeli-type 'administrative detention' or arrest without trial, banning the building of mosques and suspending immigration of non-Western foreigners to the Netherlands.

http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/geert...n-1.323575
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Remarks comparing Israel to Nazi Germany reflect fears over growing fault line within Israeli politics and the military

There is no bigger taboo in Israel than comparing the state of Israel to Nazi Germany. And yet that is precisely what Yair Golan, the deputy head of the Israeli military, did last week during a speech to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

"If there's something that frightens me about Holocaust remembrance, it's the recognition of the revolting processes that occurred in Europe - and particularly in Germany - 70, 80 and 90 years ago, and finding signs of them here among us today in 2016." Golan called for "national soul-searching", adding: "There is nothing easier than hating the stranger, nothing easier than to stir fears and intimidate. There is nothing easier than to behave like an animal and to act sanctimoniously."

A similar argument has been made by Avraham Burg, a former Speaker of the Israeli parliament. In the words of a prominent critic, his 2007 book Defeating Hitler argues that "Israel has no moral core and has become a brutal Sparta, fast sliding towards Nazism".

Both referred to Germany in the 1930s, when the Nazis came to power and started creating a structure of racist laws.

Michel Warschawski, a founder of the Alternative Information Centre, a joint Israeli-Palestinian advocacy group, told Al-Jazeera: "The heads of the military-security apparatus are genuinely fearful for Israel's future. They think the right is driving Israel into a wall.

Notably, Netanyahu used his Holocaust speech not to promote the universal values highlighted by Golan but to focus on what he claimed to be the continuing dangers faced by Jews. The targets of his attack ranged from the Arab and Muslim worlds to Swedish government ministers, British MPs and the United Nations.

The danger of this kind of tribalism was underscored last month by the furore that greeted the army's decision to put on trial for manslaughter Elor Azaria, an army medic filmed executing a Palestinian in Hebron as he lay he severely wounded on the ground.

Polls have shown a majority of Israelis - including those drafted into the military - believe no action should be taken against Azaria. Some call him a hero.


http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/is...34244.html
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Radar OReally  Wrote: (04-06-2016 11:00 AM)
islamic propaganda

Notice no leaders of Islamic countries are singled out there (with the exception of Erdogan vs another predominantly Islamic group), in spite of being among the worst Rofl

LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-05-2016 08:15 PM)
Charges of heavy-handedness, disdain for opposition and critical press, and strong-arm tactics have been leveled against the likes of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Shinzo Abe, Narendra Modi, Benjamin Netanyahu, Vladimir Putin, and even Aung San Suu Kyi.

We are seeing the return to acceptability of xenophobia and jingoism. Trump on Muslims and Hispanics.

Though to be fair, they use the term 'on the rise' and it's hard to rise much from the top.
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What a load of hogwash.

I am thrilled to see the PC fascism coming to an end.
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Post: #53
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The only reason people are turning to the far right is because it's only the extremist nationalists who are promising to look after lower-middle class interests and provide a buffer vs globalism.

If Labour, more moderate parties etc. weren't so bloody timid with single-issue voters this wouldn't have happened.
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This is what they do with human rights lawyers in Egypt.

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Sisi′s falling star

Numerous opposition groups, including the April 6 Youth Movement, the Revolutionary Socialists and the Social Democratic Party mobilised for a day of action scheduled for 25 April.

All attempts by demonstrators to initiate protests were nipped in the bud by the police, the secret service and undercover agents.

The Al-Behoos metro station in Giza was literally teeming with secret service and undercover agents, who examined the mobile telephones and cameras of passers-by and journalists, compelling them to delete any recorded images and to leave the square.

Within minutes of the demonstrations starting in Bulaq Al-Dakrour and Dokki in Giza, hundreds of activists were forcibly dispersed. Similar action was taken against protests in other parts of the country. Some 1000 people were detained, half of whom were quickly later released.

This time, security forces clearly targeted the press. A total of 43 journalists were taken into custody over the course of the day's events. While six foreign reporters arrested were released the same day, seven Egyptian journalists remained behind bars.

Lawyers were also on the receiving end of the hard line taken by the regime. Many were denied entrance to police stations, thus preventing them from defending their clients. Arrest warrants were issued against at least twelve lawyers, including the human rights lawyer Malek Adli. The activist alliance Front of Defence for Egyptian Protesters (FDEP) registered a total of 1277 arrests of Egyptian demonstrators between 15 and 27 April, while state prosecutors initiated preliminary proceedings against 577 individuals.

The charges brought against Ahmed Abdallah, the Head of Board of Trustees of the Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedom (ECRF), include accusations of instigating violence against the police and government and the dissemination of false information, as well as other charges that could lead to a sentence of between 15 and 25 years imprisonment.

https://en.qantara.de/content/political-...lling-star
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Today in 1933, Nazi Germany holds its first book burning. Among the works torched: 'All Quiet on the Western Front'.

On April 8, 1933, the Main Office for Press and Propaganda of the German Student Union proclaimed a nationwide "Action against the Un-German Spirit."

In Berlin, on May 10, some 40,000 people gathered in the square at the State Opera to hear Joseph Goebbels deliver a fiery address: "No to decadence and moral corruption! Yes to decency and morality in family and state!"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_book_...g_campaign

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Aid and Authoritarianism in Africa

In 2013, almost half of Africa’s top aid recipients were ruled by authoritarian regimes. Many international donors such as USAID, DFID, the World Bank and the European Commission have had their policies entangled with the agendas of the ruling elites. Development policies are thus shaped with a view to maintain the status quo, compromising the rights and democracy of local citizens.

http://riftvalley.net/event/aid-and-auth...zHDtTFTscl


How Britain’s Aid is Boosting The Militaries of Authoritarian Regimes

Gerald Howarth, a former defence minister in Britain’s government, has expressed concern that “the UK is effectively subsidising the defence budgets” of its aid recipients.

Drawing on research undertaken by the House of Commons Library, Howarth highlighted that as Britain has increased the aid sent to a range of recipients, including Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the same countries’ defence budgets have swollen.

This was born out by analyses charting defence spending increases since 2012/13. Rises from $330m to $400m in Tanzania and from $430m to $460m in DRC did indeed coincide with injections of UK aid funds into those states.

Many of Africa’s more stable, secure, and economically prosperous countries also trend towards authoritarianism. Many of these states are also major recipients of UK assistance for both developmental and defence, and in several of them, one party has held power for decades. These include Uganda (since 1986), Rwanda (since 1994), Ethiopia (since 1991) and Mozambique (since 1975).

Whether this is coincidental or not is an open question, but plenty of scholars have argued that it isn’t. Over several decades, a range of semi-authoritarian African states have successfully managed their relationships with Western governments and bureaucracies to their advantage. That has won them the support and resources they needed to construct the decidedly illiberal structures of rule they now preside over.

Over the past decade, the focus of British diplomacy and development policy has moved decisively away from promoting democracy, peace, political space and transparency in Africa and towards stabilisation and security. These days, London’s objective is to help nurture African states that won’t cause populations in the UK too many problems, whether in the form of terrorism, migration or disease.

In one sense, this is only fair; it is after all a government’s job to protect its citizens from harm as far as possible. But doing so at the expense of political freedoms abroad conflicts with some of the fundamental values of British political culture –– and authoritarian states make unreliable and unpredictable allies.


http://eaworldview.com/2015/06/africa-an...n-regimes/
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•REC³  Wrote: (05-09-2016 01:54 PM)
Far right European parties see Israeli Government as role model. A nationalistic, security state in perpetual fear.
----------

French far-right leader slams BDS to woo Israel lobby

The far-right leader reportedly characterized the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement in support of Palestinian rights as “racist.”

http://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali-...rael-lobby


Dutch demagogue teams up with Israeli rightists to claim that 'Jordan is Palestine'.

Wilders, whose policies include introducing Israeli-type 'administrative detention' or arrest without trial, banning the building of mosques and suspending immigration of non-Western foreigners to the Netherlands.

http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/geert...n-1.323575
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Remarks comparing Israel to Nazi Germany reflect fears over growing fault line within Israeli politics and the military

There is no bigger taboo in Israel than comparing the state of Israel to Nazi Germany. And yet that is precisely what Yair Golan, the deputy head of the Israeli military, did last week during a speech to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

"If there's something that frightens me about Holocaust remembrance, it's the recognition of the revolting processes that occurred in Europe - and particularly in Germany - 70, 80 and 90 years ago, and finding signs of them here among us today in 2016." Golan called for "national soul-searching", adding: "There is nothing easier than hating the stranger, nothing easier than to stir fears and intimidate. There is nothing easier than to behave like an animal and to act sanctimoniously."

A similar argument has been made by Avraham Burg, a former Speaker of the Israeli parliament. In the words of a prominent critic, his 2007 book Defeating Hitler argues that "Israel has no moral core and has become a brutal Sparta, fast sliding towards Nazism".

Both referred to Germany in the 1930s, when the Nazis came to power and started creating a structure of racist laws.

Michel Warschawski, a founder of the Alternative Information Centre, a joint Israeli-Palestinian advocacy group, told Al-Jazeera: "The heads of the military-security apparatus are genuinely fearful for Israel's future. They think the right is driving Israel into a wall.

Notably, Netanyahu used his Holocaust speech not to promote the universal values highlighted by Golan but to focus on what he claimed to be the continuing dangers faced by Jews. The targets of his attack ranged from the Arab and Muslim worlds to Swedish government ministers, British MPs and the United Nations.

The danger of this kind of tribalism was underscored last month by the furore that greeted the army's decision to put on trial for manslaughter Elor Azaria, an army medic filmed executing a Palestinian in Hebron as he lay he severely wounded on the ground.

Polls have shown a majority of Israelis - including those drafted into the military - believe no action should be taken against Azaria. Some call him a hero.


http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/is...34244.html

complete bullshit.

The far right doesnt like jews.
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•REC³  Wrote: (05-10-2016 12:51 PM)
Today in 1933, Nazi Germany holds its first book burning. Among the works torched: 'All Quiet on the Western Front'.

On April 8, 1933, the Main Office for Press and Propaganda of the German Student Union proclaimed a nationwide "Action against the Un-German Spirit."

In Berlin, on May 10, some 40,000 people gathered in the square at the State Opera to hear Joseph Goebbels deliver a fiery address: "No to decadence and moral corruption! Yes to decency and morality in family and state!"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_book_b...g_campaign

link to image: http://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ch4Qg5-W0AAA2yE.jpg

So what?

They did what they had to do to protect their country, just like Americans are bout to do.

I used to like you, i didnt know you were a jew shill.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-05-2016 08:15 PM)
a CBS News exit poll found that 75 percent of Republican voters supported banning Muslims from the United States. A PPP poll found that a third of Trump voters support banning gays and lesbians from the country.

I don't want EITHER of those two groups anywhere near my kids, they are both completely incompatible with civilised society.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-10-2016 02:53 PM)
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a CBS News exit poll found that 75 percent of Republican voters supported banning Muslims from the United States. A PPP poll found that a third of Trump voters support banning gays and lesbians from the country.

If you think either murdering people for your religion, two women licking and fingering each other or two hairy sweaty men sliding their c0cks into each others assholes is in any way acceptable you are sick in the head.
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