Peterson, Orban, giants of liberty and champions of reason: Links 1, Feb. 22-2018

1. A Peterson Tweet:

2. Viktor Orban prepares for more confrontation with the EU, praises Australia for its rational immigration policies.

For an idea on just how Postmodern, read abandoning reason to achieve the goal of destruction of classical civilization by any means necessary, check this charge against fellow V4 member Poland:

EU court: Poland has violated EU air quality laws

(ANSA) – WARSAW – The European Union’s top court says that Poland has violated EU law on air quality by continuously exceeding the bloc’s pollution limit from 2007-2015.

Issuing the ruling Thursday, the EU Court of Justice urged Poland’s government to speed up efforts to improve air quality and cut the health-threatening levels of particulate matter known as PM10. European Commission may weigh in if Poland does not improve its air quality soon.

In reaction, Poland’s government launched a program limiting the use of coal for heating in private homes. The ruling was welcomed by environmental organizations. (ANSA).

(If anyone remembers Germany’s environmental horrors going after brown coal, it becomes immediately obvious that this is really about Poland’s insistence on not killing itself as a polity, a people and a culture.)

3. European superstate ‘QUESTIONED’: Juncker admits embarrassing revelation about EU vision

[…] President Macron, while giving an interview to the BBC’s Andrew Marr, revealed he believes France would have voted to leave the EU if a referendum was held.


The Frenchman said: “I am not the one to judge or comment on the decision of your people.

“But, my interpretation is that a lot of the losers of globalisation suddenly decided it was no more for them.”

Marr then pushed the French president, regarded by many as the EU’s new leader, on whether Britain’s decision was a one-off.


The BBC journalist asked: “If France had had the same referendum, it might have had the same result?”

Macron responded: “Yes, probably, probably. Yes. In a similar context. But we have a very different context in France.”

4. World War 3: Pakistan VIOLATES CEASEFIRE with India as GUNFIRE breaks out

PAKISTAN has violated its ceasefire with India in the Jammu and Kashmir’s Charunda Uri sector as gunshots were heard in a move that will surely raise tensions between the two nations, it has been claimed.

The incident took place after troops started firing unprovoked at Indian posts, local soldiers claimed.

Indian soldiers retaliated to the horrific attack.

It is understood that sporadic gunfire is still being exchanged between the forces.


There are currently no reports of casualties or damage to properties.

Meanwhile, the conflict took place between militant forces and security in the Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir.


The leaders of both South Asian nations recently received a letter from civil society groups in the two Kashmirs that came together to request that the ceasefire is adhered to along the contested border known as the Line of Control (LoC).

5. Russia’s FSB foils terrorist plot in St. Petersburg

The Russian Security Service (FSB) say they have prevented a string of terrorist attacks targeting public places and public transport. A suspect from Central Asia has been detained.

Authorities have not disclosed the identity of the suspect, for fear of compromising the ongoing investigation. 

In December, seven alleged supporters of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) were apprehended on suspicion of plotting attacks across St. Petersburg.

6. More video evidence of CNN’s masquerade as a news organization, while in fact being stenographers for the globalist, ‘Democratic’ party.

Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Xanthippa, Richard, Yucki and all who sent in ideas and materials. There is much more to come and a great deal more in the Reader’s Links post. Please do check. 

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

12 Replies to “Peterson, Orban, giants of liberty and champions of reason: Links 1, Feb. 22-2018”

  1. ‘”Disadvantaged individuals” or “classes of individuals” or “characteristics”.

    In other words the collectively-identified with physical, social and psychological attributes. Arbitrariness that the holders themselves believe in, or their oppressors or advocates do.

    This is why the law has to be blind. Equality before it.

    But the Marxists, Islamists and Sexualists demand to be beyond the law with a lower set of standards. A preference that excludes them.

    They get to say who lives or dies.

  2. 2. EU Court: Poland has violated EU air quality laws.


    “We Are Very Vigilant When it Comes to the German-Russian Relationship”
    Polish President Lech Kaczynski, 56, talks with SPIEGEL about his country’s complicated ties with Germany, its uneasy role in the European Union and historical frictions with Russia. – March 6, 2006

    “Gas Diplomacy”
    By Michal Jeziorski – June 7, 2006

  3. Thank you EB.

    That the nihillism of Communism (with no name) like Islam (with no name) and sexualization (with no name) are really behind the storefronts of Socialism, Moderate Islam and Rainbow LGBTQ+. Emptinessess crying out to be filled.

    Lech Kaczynski, the President of the Republic of Poland.
    Dear Representatives of the Katyn Families. Ladies and Gentlemen.

    In April 1940 over twenty-one thousand Polish prisoners from the NKVD camps and prisons were killed. The genocide was committed at Stalin’s will and at the Soviet Union’s highest authority’s command.

    The alliance between the Third Reich and the Soviet Union, the Ribbentrop-Molotov pact and the Soviet attack on Poland on 17 September 1939 reached a terrifying climax in the Katyn massacre. Not only in the Katyn forest, but also in Tver, Kcharkiv and other known, and unknown, execution sites citizens of the Second Republic of Poland, people who formed the foundation of our statehood, who adamantly served the motherland, were killed.

    At the same time families of the murdered and thousands of citizens of the eastern territory of the pre-war Poland were sent into exile deep into the Soviet Union, where their indescribable suffering marked the path of the Polish Golgotha of the East.

    The most tragic station on that path was Katyn. Polish officers, priests, officials, police officers, border and prison guards were killed without a trial or sentence. They fell victims to an unspeakable war. Their murder was a violation of the rights and conventions of the civilized world. Their dignity as soldiers, Poles and people, was insulted. Pits of death were supposed to hide the bodies of the murdered and the truth about the crime forever.

    The world was supposed to never find out. The families of the victims were deprived of the right to mourn publicly, to proudly commemorate their relatives. Ground covered the traces of crime and the lie was supposed to erase it from people’s memory. An attempt to hide the truth about Katyn – a result of a decision taken by those who masterminded the crime – became one of the foundations of the communists’ policy in an after-war Poland: a founding lie of the People’s Republic of Poland.

    It was the time when people had to pay a high price for knowing and remembering the truth about Katyn. However, the relatives of the murdered and other courageous people kept the memory, defended it and passed it on to next generations of Poles. They managed to preserve the memory of Katyn in the times of communism and spread it in the times of free and independent Poland. Therefore, we owe respect and gratitude to all of them, especially to the Katyn Families. On behalf of the Polish state, I offer sincere thanks to you, that by defending the memory of your relatives you managed to save a highly important dimension of our Polish consciousness and identity.

    Katyn became a painful wound of Polish history, which poisoned relations between Poles and Russians for decades. Let’s make the Katyn wound finally heal and cicatrize. We are already on the way to do it. We, Poles, appreciate what Russians have done in the past years. We should follow the path which brings our nations closer, we should not stop or go back.

    All circumstances of the Katyn crime need to be investigated and revealed. It is important that innocence of the victims is officially confirmed and that all files concerning the crime are open so that the Katyn lie could disappear for ever. We demand it, first of all, for the sake of the memory of the victims and respect for their families’ suffering. We also demand it in the name of common values, which are necessary to form a foundation of trust and partnership between the neighboring nations in the whole Europe.

    Let’s pay homage to the murdered and pray upon their bodies. Glory to the Heroes! May they rest in peace!

    [President of the Republic of Poland]

    Lech Aleksander Kaczynski”

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