Saturday, 14 January 2012

RamzPaul Comments on the suspension of Pat Buchanan by MSNBC


Background: Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan has been suspended indefinitely from MSNBC, according to a statement from that network’s President Phil Griffin. An Associated Press article on blames reaction to Buchanan’s latest book Suicide of a Superpower for his ouster from the cable network, as well as a campaign by the advocacy group, Color of Change.

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Anonymous said...

I think I got it

Anonymous said...

‎'Muslims will comprise the majority of the population of Brussels by 2030. And the continent of Europe will be completely Islamic by the end of the century, if current demographic trends continue.'
Stonegate Institute
This is the view of sociologist and author Felice Dassetto, in The Iris and the Crescent. According to Dassetto, Muslims will be the majority population in Brussels by 2030 and similar trends are occurring throughout Europe. In fact, one third of all European children will be born to Muslim families by 2025.

misterfox said...

Frank Ellis and Robert Henderson write excellent articles and have both been politically persecuted. Mind you, I am now getting a taste of this. The police are coming to interview me over " connections to Anders Brevik "!!! How deluded are these political police officers! They have offered no real examples of contact just accusations. When I said I have a copy of the Manifesto on my PC they wanted to know " did he send it to you"! Actually, I downloaded it to look at like millions of others but found it over long and turgid.
I am having a solicitor present and there is no proper evidence just an attempt to build up a myth of "Right-wing" extremists and terrorists to make Muslim extremists look more normal. Looking on the bright side, I won't have to search for something to write about in my next essay.

misterfox said...

I am absolutely amazed as I have never knowingly ever been in contact with Brevik. Of course, with so many using aliases and in emails and on facebook there is no telling who you have been in contact with. However, I don't see how I can be actually implicated in anything because I am not in that extreme Zionist movement. The EDL and BFP come under that category. The only thing is that at the end of 2:2 of his manifesto my name is mentioned in relation to an email but that could be anyone of the same name. I have a copy of the manifesto and when I told the detective he said:"Did he send it to you"!!! I replied: "No I downloaded it" which is true.
I have written several times that the heads of the police trying to slot the "far-right" into a terrorist pigeon hole to make Muslims look better and this is part of that. They knew a lot about me apart from some things, so they must have been watching me. I have a solicitor who will be present when they interview me.

misterfox said...

The detective constable( Special Branch?) stated over the phone that I had connections with Brevik. I have never consciously corresponded with him and I certainly have never discussed terrorism with him which is what they are implying. The fact that I downloaded his manifesto is not sinister because as a writer I might have wanted to write about it or refer to it. For the police officer to suggest that Brevik had sent me the copy shows that they came to my home(no longer our castles) with the idea that I am linked to terrorism in their minds and that they would have tried to fit me up. This is how low and corrupt they are.
The bizarre thing is that Brevik, like the leaders of the EDL and BFP are extreme Zionists, not British nationalists and shun people like me. The problem is that the elites in the media and academia have pursued the anti-White racist agenda for so long they can not accept that things have changed and what used to be British patriotism is now anti-Muslimism and keep trying to label Brevik as a "Nazi" or "far-right."

misterfox said...

It seems that I am caught up in this -

Yet I'm nothing to do with this -