I hate how accurate my predictions are

Last time:


More about the victim here:


We need to hold out for DECADES in order for the antidote to have time to work. Far-right terror attacks like these will continue through these decades.


This time:


Andreas Hollstein, 57, mayor of Altena, was treated in hospital after he was attacked by man who criticised his refugee policy

And again I say, there will be more such attacks ahead (to say nothing of the countless arson and other vandalism attacks on refugee centres) unless the government makes it its ABSOLUTE TOP PRIORITY to crack down on the far-right in Germany without any further delay, before they gain even more momentum than they already have.

Germany’s justice minister, Heiko Maas, tweeted that “we must never accept that people are attacked because they help others”, adding that there was no place for hate and violence in Germany.

Spineless government officials like Maas are the reason far-right terrorists do not fear attacking other government officials. Indeed we must never accept that people are attacked because they help others, but this means there must be an EMINENT place for hate and (retaliatory) violence in Germany against such attackers. To truly not accept something implies being willing to declare total war upon its perpetrators. To fail to do so (as Germany already failed after the 2015 stabbing) is already to implicitly accept, and by such acceptance you will surely see more of that which you accept (as we now see in 2017, and will undoubtedly see again soon).

The rightist blogs say that pro-refugee government officials deserve to be attacked because they have committed “treason” by acting against the wishes of the (anti-refugee) majority. We must never fail to point out that only democrats think like that. The duty of a government official is not to obey the majority, but to impartially serve his designated community as a whole. The duty of a mayor, for example, is to impartially serve his town as a whole, which certainly includes those who take refuge in his town, no matter that the majority may dislike them. It is the anti-refugee majority that is truly committing treason by making it harder for the mayor to serve the town as best he can, be it by stabbing him, or by vandalizing asylum centres, or by blocking vehicles transporting refugees to asylum centres, or by interrupting conferences about how to help refugees.

In general, an autocratic conception of treason understands it to mean individuals betraying the state. Such individuals can indeed be government officials (e.g. embezzlers of state funds), but it can just as much be civilians (e.g. vandalizers of state-run asylum centres, assassins of pro-refugee government officials, etc.). It is only with the rise of democracy that the term ”treason” has been perverted to mean the state itself(!) (and, by implication, perfectly loyal servants of the state) “betraying” the majority by merely doing its elementary statal duty of looking after everyone in its territory! At the same time, democracy makes it impossible for the majority to ever be accused of treason, irrespective of how selfish its actions. Democracy thus abuses the term “treason” no less than does a tyrant who claims that using state funds to enrich himself alone is not treasonous, but that those who oppose him doing so are treasonous. Just because this tyrant consists of the majority of the population rather than a single person does not make it any less unethical.

State funds come from taxpayers. It is not only the majority who are taxpayers. Whoever does not like that taxes are being used to serve the community as a whole can at any time cease contributing their own taxes simply by moving elsewhere. Nobody is forcing them to stay and continue to pay taxes for a cause they themselves do not support. But to choose to stay, and then to deliberately WASTE tax money - everyone else’s along with their own - by sabotaging state-organized refugee relief efforts? That is treason. And unless the government learns to openly call it treason, to explain in plain, concise language (as I have just demonstrated) why it is treason, and finally to ruthlessly crack down on it as treason deserves (ie. with concentration camps and public executions for groups such as PEGIDA, Generation Identity, etc.), they should expect no more success in destroying the far-right than they have had thus far. Which is probably their intention, considering that they are just following the Zionist script:


Our democracies in the Western half of Europe have been subverted. Their goal is no longer to do what the people want. On the contrary, our political elites often do exactly the opposite. Our parliaments promote open-door policies that the majority of the people reject.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has denounced the EU’s pro-immigration agenda as a means to eradicate the culture and Christian identity of Hungary. Czech President Miloš Zeman is an outspoken opponent of immigration and the Islamification of the Czech Republic. Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has said that “Islam has no place in Slovakia” and warns that “migrants change the character of our country.” Polish Prime Minister Beata Szyd?o staunchly defends Poland’s refusal to accept the EU-imposed immigration quotas. “We are not going to take part in this madness,” she says. In the Eastern part of Europe, anti-Islamification and anti-mass migration parties see a surge in popular support.

Three decades ago, the countries in Central Europe witnessed a Velvet Revolution: Democratic, political and peaceful. They took to the streets. They decided that enough was enough. Thanks to their Velvet Revolution, they have leaders today who truly represent the people and who are not afraid to stand up for their nation and its identity.

We, in Western Europe, can learn lessons from the Velvet Revolution in the East. We, too, urgently need to make clear that enough is enough. In Western Europe, too, it is time to drain the swamp and to drive the elites from power. Peaceful and democratic, but thorough. We have to make our so-called democratic systems truly democratic again.

But this is hardly the first time that I have pointed out what Wilders (Jew) has been orchestrating…..

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13 Responses to I hate how accurate my predictions are

  1. William Eastfield says:

    Good going pointing out how democratic the identitarian concept of treason is, AS.

    Which reminds me: For those of you who don’t know, IronMarch, one of the many WN sites, has been shutdown. I’m personally not sure if this is a good or bad, but I’m thinking that they will all either flock to different WN groups, start up their own, or resort to underground paramilitaristic activity. All the more reason to focus on arming Leftists, right? Either way, I doubt we’d be able to see what they’re doing with as much ease as we used to.
    What do you all think?

  2. William Eastfield says:


    I’m personally not sure if this is good or bad*

  3. Pandorastop says:

    And this is why everyone here must remained armed. EVERYONE.

  4. Hypnotix says:

    “I have no hatred for these people.” – Andreas Hollstein

    Serious fail… How does he not recognize how moronic this is? What kind of a leader against the alt-right is he if he doesn’t hate even those among the degenerates who personally try to fucking murder him? Pathetic. False Leftists desperately need to snap back to reality and stop with their naive bullshit as soon as possible.

    “He who cannot hate the devil cannot love God.” – Joseph Goebbels

    “And this is why everyone here must remained armed. EVERYONE.”

    I doubt this guy would have fared any better even if he had an MP40 by his side, however. Weapons alone count for nothing if you are not willing to use them. Getting armed is only half of it. I’d say it’s even less, since with an uncompromising readiness to enact all the retaliatory violence that is necessary you have good odds even without a firearm, whereas with the opposite that is not true.

    So yeah, Ahimsa or GTFO.

  5. AS says:


    “Serious fail…”

    Yep. And the previous victim similarly (Pandorastop’s link again):

    Henriette Reker, the current mayor of Cologne, who was also stabbed two years ago for pro-refugee policies and suffered life-threatening injuries, issued a statement in support of Hollstein.
    “Such an attack changes your life, but it must not change our behavior and commitment,” she said.
    “We have to continue addressing our tasks with openness and strength. Hate and violence are not solutions — they are the problem.”

    Oh please…..

    I agree that such attacks must not change her commitment towards helping refugees, but it must DRASTICALLY change her behaviour towards the anti-refugee terrorists. There is no reasoning with primitives:

    “He said: ‘You are leaving me die of thirst while you bring 200 refugees to Altena,’” Hollstein told reporters.

    German police said the 56-year-old attacker, identified only as Werner S., had been drinking.


    As far as I am concerned, the state needs to start handing out MP40s (actually, more up-to-date weapons might be more practical) to refugees themselves, and training them in squad combat, because we ALL know what the far-right is planning to do the moment they become powerful enough:


    Weaponry and plentiful ammunition directly in refugee hands will be our last line of defence, by at least making it more difficult for our enemies to physically close in on refugee habitation. (On every far-right blog I browse, there are comments saying stuff like: “When it starts, those n*****s won’t know what hit them.”) Speaking of which, let us take a moment to study the figure that today’s far-right extols as a primary rolemodel:


    As he entered the courtroom, Mladic gave a broad smile and thumbs up to the cameras – a gesture that infuriated relatives of the victims.

    Mladic then stood up shouting “this is all lies” and “I’ll fuck your mother”. He was forcibly removed from the courtroom. The verdicts were read in his absence.

    In Lazarevo, the Serbian village where Mladic was arrested in 2011, residents dismissed the guilty verdicts as biased. One, Igor Topolic, said: “All this is a farce for me. He [Mladic] is a Serbian national hero.”

    How do you punish such types? They do not fear death as they follow the Achillean mindset:


    And they do not fear imprisonment as they will be coddled by the prison system:


    I say the only real way to punish them is to let them live long enough to see that their war changed nothing in the grand scheme of things. There would be no more fitting punishment for Mladic than for him to see Serbia become officially part of Bosnia or Kosovo, and demographically 99+% Muslim (of any background), before he dies. Unfortunately the US did not invade Serbia during its 1990s intervention the way it invaded Iraq in the 2000s. I wonder why not?


    We have a score to settle with the Serbs anyway:


    Hitler then pressured Yugoslavia to join as well.[11] The Regent, Prince Paul, yielded to this pressure, and declared Yugoslavia’s adherence to the Pact on 25 March 1941.[12] This move was highly unpopular with the Serb-dominated officer corps of the military and some segments of the public: a large part of the Serbian population, as well as liberals and Communists.[13] Military officers (mainly Serbs) executed a coup d’état on 27 March 1941, and forced the Regent to resign, while King Peter II, though only 17, was declared of age.[14]

    Upon hearing news of the coup in Yugoslavia, Hitler called his military advisers to Berlin on 27 March. On the same day as the coup he issued Führer Directive 25 which called for Yugoslavia to be treated as a hostile state.[15] Hitler took the coup as a personal insult, and was so angered that he was determined, in his words, “to destroy Yugoslavia militarily and as a state” (Jugoslawien militärisch und als Staatsgebilde zu zerschlagen),[16] and to do so “without waiting for possible declarations of loyalty of the new government”.[17]

    I call it unfinished business.

  6. John Johnson says:

    Speaking of primitives, hopefully everyone has heard of the Remove Kebab meme before. Mladic probably said this in the courtroom too:

    REMOVE KEBAB remove kebab
    you are worst turk. you are the turk idiot you are the turk smell. return to croatioa. to our croatia cousins you may come our contry. you may live in the zoo….ahahahaha ,bosnia we will never forgeve you. cetnik rascal FUck but fuck asshole turk stink bosnia sqhipere shqipare..turk genocide best day of my life. take a bath of dead turk..ahahahahahBOSNIA WE WILL GET YOU!! do not forget ww2 .albiania we kill the king , albania return to your precious mongolia….hahahahaha idiot turk and bosnian smell so bad..wow i can smell it. REMOVE KEBAB FROM THE PREMISES. you will get caught. russia+usa+croatia+slovak=kill bosnia…you will ww2/ tupac alive in serbia, tupac making album of serbia . fast rap tupac serbia. we are rich and have gold now hahahaha ha because of tupac… you are ppoor stink turk… you live in a hovel hahahaha, you live in a yurt

    tupac alive numbr one #1 in serbia ….fuck the croatia ,..FUCKk ashol turks no good i spit? in the mouth eye of ur flag and contry. 2pac aliv and real strong wizard kill all the turk farm aminal with rap magic now we the serba rule .ape of the zoo presidant georg bush fukc the great satan and lay egg this egg hatch and bosnia wa;s born. stupid baby form the eggn give bak our clay we will crush u lik a skull of pig. serbia greattst countrey

    Of course, the Alt-Right now uses ‘remove kebab’ as a positive/unironic meme:

    But at least anti-racist memers are starting to grasp what’s going on:

  7. AS says:


    “hopefully everyone has heard of the Remove Kebab meme before”

    I have. We should be producing Remove Milk memes as retaliation. (“I’m very tolerant… lactose tolerant.” – Richard Spencer) (I myself was forced to drink milk as a child despite hating it…..) Milk was also mentioned here:



    The Alt-Right, being a product of dismal education as typical of today’s youth, does not actually understand what the word “ironic” means, but misuse it as a synonym of “sarcastic”. Please do not spread their vocabulary error, even if it may seem convenient. This is important, because I myself speak of irony in a number of instances on the main site, and I do not want readers thinking I mean sarcasm. For example:

    Among present-day mainstream parents, the only children at all likely to receive genuine childcare (as opposed to childrearing) are those who have been diagnosed with incurable and terminal illness, and hence expected to live for only a few more years. Because in these cases the parents never expect the child to reach adulthood, their interaction with the child focuses on the present rather than on the future. (In the rare cases where such children miraculously recover and live, they tend to retain far more Original Nobility than most.) The irony is that the so many more children who are not terminally ill could easily also be raised in this way, and yet are not.


    In other words, the terminally ill children who receive decent childcare and hence retain more Original Nobility get almost no chance to apply it to improving the world because they physically die early, while the children who get to live longer physically have their Original Nobility crushed and thus cannot apply it to improving the world either. THIS is the correct meaning of irony, which has nothing to do with sarcasm.

  8. Kirmine says:


    I’m sure that you’re aware of the “Crusader” trend with the Identitarians, who call for new “holy wars” against Muslims in the Middle East. Regarding that situation, what do you think of this narrative:


  9. William Eastfield says:

    I know you were asking AS, but I would like to say that I think that your video on the crusades excellently shows an example in history that we can romanticize and idealize over, and at the same time use to fend off against the illiterate identitarian hordes. Imagine the dissatified and incompetent face of some Alt-Right goon when presented with the story of Saladin becoming a Templar knight! Imagine if one of our parties used the Templars as an ideal and your video as a source of information and inspiration! My only complaint is how at the end, the word “UNITE.” seems to of been awkwardly positioned, but that’s obviously just a technical problem to look out for in the future, not an ideological one.

  10. AS says:


    “I’m sure that you’re aware of the “Crusader” trend with the Identitarians, who call for new “holy wars” against Muslims in the Middle East.”

    Yes, they have been talking about, among other things, taking “back” Istanbul from Turkey for years, ever since Golden Dawn started off this idea (and back then I was already warning about how this idea would spread, and as usual almost nobody believed me).

    “Regarding that situation, what do you think of this narrative:”

    I understand what you are trying to do, but in your own comment under the video, you say:

    “If Identitarians or White Nationalists ever say that the crusades were meant to defend Europe from [insert non-European group], then just ask them about the Wendish Crusade, the Livonian Crusade, the Danish Crusade, the Swedish Crusade, or the Prussian Crusade”

    whereupon Identitarians would simply retort that these campaigns were against the “cucks” of that era, and thus also falls under the category of defending Europe.

    To claim that the Crusades were wrong merely because they were not actually about defending Europe is to unspokenly imply that SO LONG AS the Crusades were sincerely about defending Europe, THEN they are automatically above reproach. This is an ethically flawed approach from the outset (the IDF is nothing if not sincere in defending Israel!), and exactly the approach the Identitarians WANT their critics to take, because it reduces their task to merely convincing their audience that they themselves are sincerely defending Europe, something which they are already succeeding in with ease.

    To defeat the Identitarians, we need to have the straightforward courage to argue that it is WRONG to defend any territory from a superior ideology. The Crusades were wrong not because they “didn’t achieve what they set out to achieve”, but that what they set out to achieve was wrong in itself. Palestine DESERVED MORE to be under Islamic rule than Judeo-Christian rule because the former is ideologically BETTER than the latter – it is that simple. Same with Spain or any other territory. This is the approach that the Identitarians are least comfortable in dealing with, which is why they are trying to shift the Overton window so far to the right that everyone will feel too intimidated to state the obvious.

    One point that you should especially emphasize is that the Islamic interpretation of Jesus (as one of many teachers) is structurally more conducive to unification than the Judeo-Christian interpretation of Jesus (as the one and only saviour). Muslims never attempt to discredit Jesus as a teacher. Judeo-Christians, however, always attempt to discredit Mohammed as a teacher. Thus, fans of Jesus have nothing to fear from Islamic rule, whereas fans of Mohammed have much to fear from Judeo-Christian rule.

  11. Kirmine says:


    If you look among Identitarian circles, their main argument is that the Crusades were wars of “self-defence”, against Muslim expansion in Europe (which is erroneous, like I said in the video, since the only part of Europe conquered by the Muslims was the Iberian peninsula and, as you said, they had an extremely good administration and rich culture, much better than the old Visigothic kings). So, if we take away their main argument by saying that their perspective simply never existed in the past and that neither the Judeo-Christian Church nor the other European monarchies cared, surely they’ll be left without anything to say?
    Also, I never saw them calling the European pagans “cucks”. What I observe is that, upon learning these things, those “Crusaders” will embrace their ethno-religions. This way, they become open tribalists and they won’t tarnish Christianity or Jesus anymore.

  12. Legion says:

    “To defeat the Identitarians, we need to have the straightforward courage to argue that it is WRONG to defend any territory from a superior ideology.”

    The only thing that concerns me is a supposed ladder of ideologies, with original nobility at the top. So long as one group of people is a rung higher than another, the ugly is permitted. A party or nation across the globe could be an ally one moment, and then an enemy another, simply because there is one slight element brought to the balance between that group and one of it’s rivals or neighboring groups. Everything seems so fragile when you have to play games and abandon the overt, candid worldview.

    The Crusades were wrong not because they “didn’t achieve what they set out to achieve”, but that what they set out to achieve was wrong in itself.

    Very well. It is easy to approach this specific subject and arrive at this conclusion. It does not consider what I just mentioned and how that effects activists/statesmen now.

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