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"Democratic" vs. "Fascist" Europe

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:58 am
by EzraLB
An interesting variation on an earlier theme:

Re: "Democratic" vs. "Fascist" Europe

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:26 pm
by NicoChristian
Speaks for itself.

Re: "Democratic" vs. "Fascist" Europe

PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:58 am
by EzraLB
Meanwhile in France:

“For the end of year festivities, and especially Christmas weekend, there will be more than 91,000 members of the security forces deployed including members of the national police, national gendarmes and soldiers, as part of Operation Sentinel,” Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux said." ... christmas/

Re: "Democratic" vs. "Fascist" Europe

PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:46 pm
by CIman
The funny thing is that White Nationalists would rejoice in happiness for having police-states like those shown above, as they believe that they are truly following the Third Reich by having that.

In many parts of Western Europe (especially Britain) you can't even walk outside of your property without being surveilled or harassed by "hard boiled" pigs. These staged so called "terror attacks" will probably be used by the demonic politicians to add more "laws" that will make it easier for cops to harass ordinary White civilians and for the state to increase the surveillance, stricter weapon-control and spying.
I saw a British reality police program some time ago and cops there can basically put you in prison for just having a regular butter knife in your car.

Cops in Eastern/Southern Europe are pricks too of course, but you won't really find them in markets or on the streets (if you happen to see them they mostly hang around parking lots to cash in on your parking-"mistakes"). Many (gypsy-free) parts in the homogenous Eastern European countries are so safe that lone women and men can casually stroll around at nighttime where they want to without the risk of any harm. And if somebody commits a crime civilians will often step in and punish the attacker/attackers without calling the police.