Diversity Macht Frei
July 10, 2017
The Last Italian Family
The majority of Italians want the arrival of migrants to be completely blocked. This is revealed today by a poll conducted by Swg for il Messaggero, according to which 67% are in favour of blocking the boats completely (45%) and immediate repatriation (22%).
One year before only 43% of Italians considered it necessary to welcome and sort the migrants; today that has fallen to 33%.
Surprisingly a majority favours a stop among all political alignments, with a peak of 96% among the Lega supporters [anti-immigration party] and a minimum of 52% among PD [the reigning Socialist party] supporters. The figure jumps to 79% among the Berlusconians, 70% among Grillo supporters [leftist populist] and 62% among the undecided.
But while Italy’s people are now firmly against immigration, its politicians are scheming to make it easier for foreigners to acquire citizenship with a Ius Soli law that will grant Italian citizenship automatically to anyone born in Italy. The majority of Italians oppose the proposed law but the rulers don’t care.
51.4% of Italians think the law is an effort to bring about ethnic substitution.
Radiohead Frontman Gives Middle Finger to BDS Protesters
July 10, 2017
Radiohead’s Thom Yorke is not a person I would intuitively imagine would be a supporter the the genocidal Jew regime in Palestine.
However, it seems that my intuition is not always correct.
Just a week and a half before they’re scheduled to perform at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park, English rock band Radiohead continued to battle the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement. During the band’s Friday night concert at the TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow, Scotland, several activists raised Palestinian flags as well as a “Radiohead: #canceltelaviv” sign, and held demonstrations outside the venue, causing lead singer Thom Yorke to respond.
According to Consequence of Sound, prior to the band’s performance of “Myxomatosis,” Yorke reportedly exclaimed, “Some f#cking people!” while staring out into the crowd. He was also caught giving the middle finger to the flag wavers.
Radiohead have faced a number of protests over their decision to play Tel Aviv, including at an event in Glastonbury, England last month.Speaking recently to Rolling Stone, Yorke described the situation as “offensive” and “an extraordinary waste of energy,” saying: “I don’t agree with the cultural ban at all, along with J.K. Rowling, Noam Chomsky and a long list of others…
There are people I admire [who have been critical of the concert] like [English film director] Ken Loach, who I would never dream of telling where to work or what to do or think.”
Yorke called it “patronizing in the extreme” to presume Radiohead is unfamiliar with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, pointing out that guitarist Jonny Greenwood’s wife is an Israeli Jew.
There you go then.
Pink Floyd was always a better band anyway, and Radiohead is pretty much just a ripoff of Pink Floyd.
Roger Waters is one prog-rocker who you can guarantee is going to gas kikes the first chance he gets.