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CHAVEZ , VRAI SUCCESSEUR DU DICTATEUR CASTRO

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 je dois quand même évoquer un événement que l'on attendait depuis si longtemps… On n'osait presque plus l'espérer…

Il serait en effet malhonnête de prétendre que les ennuis de santé de Fidel Castro, mondialement médiatisés en ce début du mois d'août nous laissent indifférents.

Voila au moins une bonne nouvelle qui nous consolerait presque de la tragédie du Proche-Orient et de l'humiliante veulerie de la France et de l'Europe, sans parler même de la fin des illusions, — mais nous nous en faisions fort peu, — quant à la prétendue "communauté internationale".

Faut-il à la fois souligner le caractère médiocre et stalinien du "jeune" frère, l'apparatchik de 75 ans, le sordide Raùl Castro, inamovible représentant de la force militaire communiste à La Havane depuis 1959 ? Son rôle ne sera évidemment que transitoire.

À observer les gros titres des journaux réputés sérieux, comme "Le Monde" ou "Les Échos", on se demanderait presque si ces organes de la "bourgeoisie (se croyant) intelligente et responsable" se rendent compte que ce régime abominable a officiellement condamné à mort et exécuté, en 47 ans, plus de 17 000 opposants et qu'il a vu partir pour l'étranger plus de 2 millions d'exilés politiques.

De tous les journaux français feuilletés le 2 août, c'est encore la "Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest", habituellement l'un des quotidiens régionaux les plus bêtes de l'Hexagone dont le titre me semble correspondre le moins mal à la description de la réalité cubaine après Castro : "le régime continue".

Le castrisme continue

d'autant plus qu'il a généré une misère effroyable,

 alors que, dans les années 1950 Cuba était l'un des pays les plus développés d'Amérique latine.

 Comme conséquence de son désastre économique, après avoir été subventionnée jusqu'en 1991 par l'Union soviétique, Cuba a trouvé depuis quelque temps un autre généreux mécène en la personne de Chavez (2) lui-même bénéficiaire de la rente pétrolière du Venezuela.

Sa prétendue révolution bolivarienne financée par le pétrole prétend même créer un "Cubazuela" rêvant aux dimensions de l'Amérique latine.

En juillet, Chavez et Castro se sont rendus ensemble en pèlerinage à la maison où Ernesto "Che" Guevara a grandi, en Argentine.

 C'était à l'occasion des débats autour du Mercosur que le Venezuela, nouvel adhérent de l'organisation envisage de faire évoluer vers une sorte de bastille protectionniste avec l'appui des forces de gauche sud-américaines.

À la suite de quoi, le président dictateur de Caracas a effectué une tournée mondiale, rencontrant notamment son homologue biélorusse l'humaniste Loukachenko, et concluant avec Poutine un achat d'armes et d'avions russes.

 Il paraît même que son beau pays pourra fabriquer sous licence la belle et pacifique machine de l'ingénieur Kalachnikov.

Oui Chavez est le vrai successeur de Castro et cela confirme non seulement que le communisme n'est pas mort, mais encore qu'il n'est pas, qu'il n'a jamais été, ni un parti "national", encore moins un mouvement "prolétarien", ni un État au sens géographique du mot, et qu'il demeure ce que Monnerot appelle une "entreprise".

Cela, Jules Monnerot le soulignait déjà au lendemain du "coup de Prague", dans sa "Sociologie du Communisme" (publiée initialement en 1949) mais aussi dans "La Guerre en Question" (publiée en 1951 et immédiatement étouffée) (3).

"L'Entreprise" reste ainsi d'une terrible actualité par-delà les vicissitudes des individus et des centres de la Subversion, Moscou, Pékin, La Havane, Alger, etc.

Et un Chavez n'hésite pas à la faire converger avec l'islamo-terrorisme.

Nous demeurons confrontés à une volonté de conquérir, coûte que coûte, l'Imperium Mundi, détermination révolutionnaire face à laquelle les frivolités et les rivalités occidentales n'ont, elles non plus, guère évolué.

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(1) De la sorte notre Prochaine émission sur Radio Courtoisie le 11 août est préenregistrée. Qu'on se rassure  !!!

(2) Ceci a été souligné par Eduardo Mackenzie lors de notre émission du 28 juillet.

(3) cf notre chronique du 5 mai "Pour une politique extérieure du Camp de la Liberté".

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Ethnic Cleansing Anglo-Saxon Style

A usual trick of the promoters of multiracialism in Britain is to claim we are "a nation of immigrants" and, even more offensive and untrue, a "mongrel race".

Up until the end of the last Ice Age - about 12,000 years ago – what was to become mainland Britain was part of mainland Europe and the very small population which had evolved before and after this and earlier Ice Ages moved freely throughout the region, giving rise to small, closely related tribes which we now call Vikings, Saxons, Angles, Britons etc. etc.

Historians tell us that when the Anglo-Saxons reached Britain from what is now Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark, between the 5th and 7th centuries, they could have numbered between 10,000-200,000, compared with an estimated 2 million natives - 0.5% to 10% depending on which figure you choose.

Genetic Profiling

In contrast, recent studies on Y-chromosome variation show a much higher Anglo Saxon contribution - 50 to 100% - to the modern English gene pool.

A recent paper in the Proceedings of the Royal Society describes the use of computer simulations which indicate that limiting intermarriage between the indigenous British population and the initially small Anglo-Saxon immigrants would explain this high degree of Continental male line
ancestry in England.

Their alarming conclusion was that the genetic contribution of an immigrant population can rise from less than 10% to greater than 50% in as little as FIVE generations!

Third World Immigrants

People who originate from outside of Europe are more distantly related to us, different to us not just in many cultural ways but also in physical characteristics, yet it seems that a small population of these people, protected from criticism by the State apparatus, and encouraged to preserve their alien way of life, are capable of outbreeding the current indigenous British population in five generations.

This conclusion certainly supports the current demographic calculations which indicate a minority white UK population within 50 years.

See
Proceedings of the Royal Society and the piece by Mark Henderson in The Times (where, mysteriously, he insists on referring to Britain's original native population as "Celts")
A usual trick of the promoters of multiracialism in Britain is to claim we are "a nation of immigrants" and, even more offensive and untrue, a "mongrel race".

Up until the end of the last Ice Age - about 12,000 years ago – what was to become mainland Britain was part of mainland Europe and the very small population which had evolved before and after this and earlier Ice Ages moved freely throughout the region, giving rise to small, closely related tribes which we now call Vikings, Saxons, Angles, Britons etc. etc.

Historians tell us that when the Anglo-Saxons reached Britain from what is now Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark, between the 5th and 7th centuries, they could have numbered between 10,000-200,000, compared with an estimated 2 million natives - 0.5% to 10% depending on which figure you choose.



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BBC uncovers BNP lies on Asian only homes

The BNP has lied about what it claims are houses exclusively for Muslim Asians in a northern English town. The BNP claimed that the homes nearing completion in Oldham have up to seven bedrooms to accommodate large families, specially designed kitchens to meet strict halal demands and lavatories which face away from Mecca.



The BNP accompanied their deceitful claims with a video clip purporting to back up the story. An actress was shown around the five bedroomed home and talked to the camera about how she liked the view and how the special homes were a “good idea”.



The BNP also claimed that the 18 new homes are to be occupied exclusively by Asian Muslim immigrants while indigenous white residents will have to wait several more years before such homes would be available to them.


But wait!


It wasn’t the BNP after all who broke the story. The “lies” were in reality facts broadcast by the BBC on Tuesday (25th) and accompanied by a video showing the sparkling new homes.


450 people are on the waiting list for similar accommodation across Oldham which witnessed widespread riots in 2001 by Pakistani Muslims. Observers might suggest that the provision of first class homes is nothing less than appeasement to the immigrant community.


Yet again white Britons are at the back of the queue; whether it is housing, jobs, service provision and funds for the community we have to watch while recent arrivals get better treatment.
 
 There is an Arabic word – dhimmi a term which refers to non-Muslims being granted permission to live, work and practice their non-Muslim faith from the ruling Muslims. It has a striking similarity to the English word “dummies”.
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Government admits immigration crisis

Now even the Blair regime is worried by the negative consequences of mass migration of cheap foreign workers into Britain. According to a leaked Home Office report a huge rise in immigration from Eastern Europe next year could cause chaos in schools and hospitals and spark a public backlash.

The report talks of social discord as workers’ wages are depressed with ministers fearing a deepening crisis when Romania and Bulgaria join the EU in 2007 heralding a wave of potentially several hundred thousand additional poor workers from these two accession countries.

The document, by the junior Home Officer minister Joan Ryan and entitled Migration From Eastern Europe: Impact on Public Services and Community Cohesion, reveals that every government department has been ordered to draw up contingency plans to deal with the extra pressure on schools, housing and health.

• Schools will be under pressure, with thousands of children arriving here unable to speak English.
• The health service will struggle to cope with Eastern European patients who “block” hospital beds because they are ineligible for social care and benefits if they leave.
• Towns and cities where large numbers of the new immigrants have settled are demanding millions of pounds of extra money to cope.

The leaked document, marked “Restricted”, was written by Ms Ryan on July 19, the day after she submitted a report saying that 45,000 “undesirable” criminal migrants from Romania and Bulgaria may settle in Britain next year.

The Government is already being criticised for underestimating the flood of migrants from eight former Soviet bloc states that joined the EU in 2004: some 662,000 came to Britain in the past two years, instead of the 10,000 to 26,000 predicted. Ministers expect that number to rise by up to 140,000 next year.

The leak coincided with a police report yesterday revealing that the migration of East Europeans to the UK is bringing mafia-style gangsters and organised prostitution to rural areas. The document, an unlisted appendix to a council meeting in Cornwall, cites figures from Boston, Lincolnshire, where there are large numbers of migrant workers.

Enrichment

The reports mentions the consequences of mass settlement of young, mostly male workers which has turned the once tranquil Lincolnshire market town of Boston into a place resembling the west wild…..it says that “the local community have reacted adversely” to “drinking, noise and the open proliferation of massage parlours”.

A recent police stop-and-check in Lincolnshire found 50 per cent of all drivers were committing an offence and 97 per cent of those were migrant workers.

The document notes: “There has also been a marked increase in road traffic accidents in this rural area. There is a real concern over safety issues as a consequence.”

It reports that in Boston there is a “rapid increase” in bulk buying of new homes for “labour providers” to house their low-paid workers. The report says: “This has fuelled demand and price inflation. The council estimates the average two-bedroom house price has risen 400 per cent in six years.

There has been ‘ghettoisation’ of some areas. Surprisingly, this is not just in older housing areas: but also on new-build estates, where blocks of property are being bought direct from developers.”

Labour leaders should have listened to the warnings clearly sounded by the BNP, Migrationwatch and many others when the ten eastern European countries became members of the EU in 2004. They should also have followed the example set by almost all other EU member states in heavily restricting working and living rights of the citizens of those countries.

Labour ministers created the mess so now, having awoken to the fact that the crisis isn’t going to go away by itself, just what are the Blairites going to do about this?
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Although it was just after midnight there was little respite from the intense heat on that July night. The silence was punctuated by the screech of a car turning into the cul-de-sac, vehicles from the security unit in hot pursuit. The driver and his passengers fled into the night, evading the hi-intensity observation lights from a security helicopter circling overhead.

Armed police units were quickly swarming over the closely packed streets, the white car was swiftly surrounded by forensic experts but there was no sign of the Iraqi males although the cache of weapons in the vehicle’s boot was quickly uncovered.

This might sound like an opening passage of a report from Basra or Baghdad but the location is much closer to home.

This was the scene facing householders last night in the village of Ravensthorpe in West Yorkshire, England!

Tensions in the area are mounting between recently arrived Iraqi “refugees” living in hostels and the “local” Pakistani youths angry at the abuse doled out by the newcomers to Pakistani womenfolk.

Eye witness reports

Nick Cass, Yorkshire Regional Organiser takes up the story.

“After a long day preparing the finishing touches to the RWB site plan, I travelled back late last night from Burnley after a very successful meeting at their office. I entered Dewsbury from the Mirfield side and passed through the centre of Ravensthorpe. Ravensthorpe was once a small English village and a book has been written about the young men who sacrificed their lives in World war 1 for their country. Little did they know how betrayed they would be.

“The area is now more like a foreign country, with new mosques appearing, foreign takeaways flourishing and an Asian population expanding at rapid rates. Passing through the area at 10.45 yesterday evening I noticed hundreds of young Muslims on the streets, along with dozens of Police officers and an armed response unit. What had happened?

“In this area it could be a number of things. Was it drugs related or was it the continuing violence between the Pakistani population and the new Iraqi presence. Last week we had unconfirmed reports of trouble in another Asian ghetto of Dewsbury called Savile Town between Iraqis and 'local' Muslims. This was apparently to do with Iraqis abusing Muslim women who had passed the hostel they were living in. Violence erupted and blood was spilt.

“I woke up early and realised I had missed five calls on my phone. Local BNP candidate and postman Frank Atack had desperately been trying to get through to tell me what he knew. A friend and eye witness had seen what he described as an Iraqi attack two heavily built Asian men with a baseball bat, dropping them both to the floor. This was followed by gun shots as Ravensthorpe erupted.

“After phoning a couple of reliable local media sources this appears to be true. I phoned the Police and they said they are putting a press report together as this is written and they would get back to me, although I am still waiting!. Reports also confirmed that this most probably a continuation of the events in Savile Town the week before, where the Iraqis apparently came off second best. They wanted revenge.

“If all these reports are true, and this violence has escalated from baseball bats to include the use of guns and over abusing their women verbally, the Pakistani men involved must now know how the indigenous majority community feel when our young girls are being targeted (as reported all over the country) for grooming for prostitution and drugs from as young as twelve by their adults.

Dewsbury is not a pleasant place to live - anyone fancy a house swap?”
Although it was just after midnight there was little respite from the intense heat on that July night. The silence was punctuated by the screech of a car turning into the cul-de-sac, vehicles from the security unit in hot pursuit. The driver and his passengers fled into the night, evading the hi-intensity observation lights from a security helicopter circling overhead.

Armed police units were quickly swarming over the closely packed streets, the white car was swiftly surrounded by forensic experts but there was no sign of the Iraqi males although the cache of weapons in the vehicle’s boot was quickly uncovered.

This might sound like an opening passage of a report from Basra or Baghdad but the location is much closer to home.

This was the scene facing householders last night in the village of Ravensthorpe in West Yorkshire, England!


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Rising energy prices inevitable

 

Wham! – British Gas owner Centrica has said it plans to raise gas bills by 12.4% for its 10.7 million customers. The firm's electricity customers will also face a 9.4% increase in their bills from September. British Gas said "unprecedented high wholesale energy costs" had made the price increases necessary.

Wham! - Gas prices for customers of EDF Energy are set to rise 19 per cent, it has emerged. From Monday (31st) customers of the energy provider will have to fork out an extra 19 per cent for gas and eight per cent more for electricity. These latest rises come after EDF increased gas prices 15 per cent and electricity prices five per cent in March.
Wham – Crude oil prices have soared by 300% since 1999.
There is no escape from spiraling prices and customers switching from one supplier to another are only finding a short reprieve.

What is going on?

The rising tensions in the Middle East, a principle source of both oil and gas is a minor factor which has added a few dollars but there is something much more fundamental about the price of both fuels, which realtes to basic demand and supply.

The answer is that the global price hikes in both oil and gas are a result of increasing demand worldwide, especially from the likes of India and China undergoing rapid industrialization and the fact that it is now costing energy companies more to extract, process and distribute dwindling resources of finite fuels.

It’s called Peak Oil and it’s a crisis of potentially catastrophic proportions. For those interested in the science of Peak Oil please see our comprehensive reports we compiled last year.

Illustration

By way of illustration in layman’s language let’s take a single oil field, it has a fixed and finite capacity determine by the geology of the area. Let’s say oil starts bubbling to the surface after the drill has only gone down 50ft into the oil bearing rock, pumping it out is easy and the drilling company is making a nice profit on the early sales. However as the drill goes down deeper it proves to be more demanding in terms of energy costs to power the drill and the pumps and running costs of paying the men so while the drilling company is still making a living the profit is not as much as it was in the early days. Then comes a point when the costs of drilling deeper to get the remaining few barrels out of the oil well become too costly that for the drilling company to survive it needs to raise the cost of its sales. The price of oil goes up.

Now let’s look at the global scenario, those oil fields which were the easiest to tap into have been largely exhausted. It is a fact of life that we always go after the easiest pickings first, like literally picking apples from the orchard – we will take the ones that are within arm’s reach first of all, only when we have no more apples within arm’s reach will we trouble ourselves to either climb into the branches or go to the effort of sourcing a ladder, carrying it to the orchard and repeatedly stepping up the ladder against one tree before stepping down and moving on the next apple tree.

The oil reserves remaining are the more difficult to tap into. It is not just a case of having to drill deeper but accessing the reserves in the first place, ferrying equipment and men across more inhospitable terrains, further from the markets, the need to build longer pipelines to convey the oil from source to processor and from processor to market. It costs the drilling companies more in terms of energy to reach and extract the black stuff.

As it is with oil, so it is with gas, for basic scientific reasons relating to the chemistry of oil and gas, reserves of both are often close together in the same geographical area. The North Sea contains both gas and oil, but the UK is now a net importer of gas. Much of this gas comes from the Caspian and Siberia, both areas which have large oil reserves.

Inescapable

It is an inescapable fact that for simple supply and demand the cost of oil and gas will carry on rising, when the cost of oil rises the cost of everything dependent on consuming oil prices; not just plastics and petroleum, not just pesticides and artificial fertilizer, but the cost of conveying those cotton T-shirts knocked out of Chinese sweatshops for 50p a throw, the cost of flying those strawberries in from the Canaries but everything that is imported and conveyed by air sea, truck and train.

The political and social implications of the rising costs of all goods will be profound and this is where the British National Party comes into play. As a political party we cannot postpone the inevitable crisis, it will provide us a party and us as a nation with both overpowering threats to our liberty and very survival but contrastingly massive opportunities for change for the better in how we handle everything from food production, source our clothing, deal with policing and schooling to making decisions for our own people’s interests. It doesn't have to be a doom laden scenario, but a massive opportunity for change to a healthier, eco-friendly existence on a human rather than a mega-corp industrial scale.

Voters take to new ideas, even radically new ideas when the system that they have trusted, worked with, admired and felt comfortable with falls apart. We are going to make a lot of noise about Peak Oil because it is yet another example of how the current political process has failed the people of this country, how the short-sightedness of most of our corrupt, incompetent and downright traitorous politicians is very shortly going to create one awful mess and we rightly identify those individuals, those systems, those institutions that have been responsible for that collapse.
Wham! – British Gas owner Centrica has said it plans to raise gas bills by 12.4% for its 10.7 million customers. The firm's electricity customers will also face a 9.4% increase in their bills from September. British Gas said "unprecedented high wholesale energy costs" had made the price increases necessary.

Wham! - Gas prices for customers of EDF Energy are set to rise 19 per cent, it has emerged. From Monday (31st) customers of the energy provider will have to fork out an extra 19 per cent for gas and eight per cent more for electricity. These latest rises come after EDF increased gas prices 15 per cent and electricity prices five per cent in March.
Wham – Crude oil prices have soared by 300% since 1999.
There is no escape from spiraling prices and customers switching from one supplier to another are only finding a short reprieve.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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St-Cloud, le 28 juillet 2006

Monsieur le Premier Ministre,


C'est tout à fait abusivement que vous avez fait état de "large consensus" et "d'union nationale" relativement à la politique de votre gouvernement au Proche Orient en évoquant la réunion que vous avez convoquée des partis de la majorité et de l'opposition parlementaire
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Vous n'aviez pas jugé utile d'inviter le Front National qui, représentant pourtant des millions d'électeurs français, n'a pas un seul député à l'Assemblée mais qui dispose, cependant, au Parlement Européen de sept députés français.

Cette attitude, contraire aux règles les plus élémentaires de la démocratie et du bon sens, choque beaucoup de nos compatriotes, de plus en plus nombreux à nous
 rejoindre dans une opposition au "Système" politicien dont vous êtes, volens nolens, avec le Président de la République, la personnification.

Les responsables politiques des partis de l'Assemblée "Nationale" représentent moins de la moitié des électeurs français, celle-ci, de ce fait, manque de légitimité.
 Vous aurez l'occasion de vous en rendre compte aux prochaines élections, car si votre discrimination outrage les citoyens français, elle nous honore et nous conforte.

Les princes de droite et de gauche qui nous gouvernent depuis trois décennies n'ont cessé de modifier les systèmes électoraux pour essayer de maintenir dans leurs postes et leurs prébendes, les représentants de la République des Partis, que condamnait le Général de Gaulle, dont vous vous réclamez abusivement.

Cette République oligarchique et bananière a conduit le pays à sa ruine démographique, économique, sociale, culturelle et morale. Le temps est proche où elle devra abdiquer avant que le peuple ne l'y contraigne.




Comme l'âne de Buridan, vous êtes aujourd'hui incapable de choisir entre Israël et le Liban,
bien que vous déclariez ami de toujours de ce malheureux pays, auquel vous n'offrez que des couloirs humanitaires et l'exode de nos ressortissants.

Impuissance, verbiage, hypocrisie semblent être les fondements de l'action internationale, d'une France, dépouillée de sa souveraineté.


Recevez, Monsieur le Premier Ministre, l'expression de mes sentiments d'affliction.
Jean-Marie LE PEN



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