Influence in Action: Croatia Will Not Sign U.N. Migration Agreement – Brazil Will Move Embassy to Jerusalem…

Reports from European media that Croatian nationalist President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic will follow with the United States, Hungary and Austria and dismiss the United Nations latest global migration agreement.

(Voices of Europe) Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic will not sign the UN’s Global Compact for Migration (GCM), Croatian newsportal Direktno reports.

The website bases the decision on a Facebook post by Croatian TV journalist Velimir Bujanec. He asked her position on the GCM after a lot of people we’re interested in her stance.

In the answer his editorial board received, President Grabar-Kitarovic states: “Be assured I will not sign the ‘Marrakech Agreement’” (link)

Meanwhile in semi-related international news, Brazil’s president-elect Jair Bolsonaro has announced his intention to move Brazil’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

 

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295 Responses to Influence in Action: Croatia Will Not Sign U.N. Migration Agreement – Brazil Will Move Embassy to Jerusalem…

  1. Maquis says:

    Leader of the Free World. For Realz!!
    🇺🇸

    Liked by 48 people

  2. Jown says:

    SHE CUTE!

    Liked by 15 people

  3. olderwiser21 says:

    Croatia, Hungay and Poland – three new places to visit! MEGA!

    Liked by 45 people

  4. Small cracks in the resistance….. Merkel-Mutti is slowly headed for the exit and now this…. complicated business… but progress.

    Liked by 15 people

    • starfcker says:

      Don’t forget Italy. Gigantic crack in the resistance

      Liked by 24 people

    • Leane Kamari says:

      Very sad to say that Merkel already said she will sign the treaty and the Media has to support that with information to the public to avoid the Alternative for Germany telling the truth about the Marrakech treaty – another 3 years of Merkel and there will be no point of return for Germany – too sad

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Look at the comments sections of the online dailies. Folks here are not fooled, we know the YSM is full of lies and deception (thanks to Mutti’s AgitProp background). When the Neue Bundesländer have their elections next year, the AfD will gain even more seats.

        Ironic that the former DDR is becoming more conservative than the West. Then again, they’re far more familiar with the poison that Marxism and globalism bring…

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        • Bendix says:

          It’s so sad. I was watching a movie last night that made reference to the Berlin Wall coming down.
          How much hope there was then, and what happened in its aftermath.
          People who remember that can’t be happy with the destruction they are seeing now.
          And for what?

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          • michaelhamblin says:

            I for one do NOT believe that Germany or Europe is beyond saving. EVER. As long as there are freedom loving people who are alive and stand for truth hope is NOT extinguished! The globalists would sure love for you to believe their PsyOps that it is hopeless, pack your bags and go home b/c it’s over. Everything has been permanently arranged with treaties and accords. NO! The opera ain’t over until the fat lady sings. The Soviets had everything all nice and neatly tied up in Europe with a little bow called the Warsaw Pact. Guess what? They were fooling themselves. If these globalists think they can rebuild the Tower of Babel without it collapsing under its own weight they are truly stupid and deserve the crater they’ll be buried in. And that’s only if the Almighty doesn’t smite them first like the original Babel. If you don’t like it too bad – Mystery Babylon is an abomination. Any man that raises himself up in great hubris to be more powerful than God Almighty is begging the wrath of God upon him and utter humiliation. God is not mocked. He laughs at the foolishness of these little men and their delusions of grandeur.

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  5. olderwiser21 says:

    Hungary! Sometimes I type faster than the computer can print…..sheesh!

    Liked by 13 people

  6. Sometimes, if there is enough of it, courage can be contiguous.

    Liked by 19 people

  7. Minnie says:

    Posituve influence, it is a joy to witness!

    Liked by 9 people

  8. lydia00 says:

    Wow. Eastern Europe gets it. Very proud of Brazil.

    Liked by 19 people

    • faridrushdi says:

      I was in the Air Force in the 1970’s and talked to many former Eastern Bloc refugees and to a person they said the word “democracy” in a hushed and reverent tone. They always wanted what we had and today they fight to keep theirs pristine and pure. And while that is happening, centuries-old democracies are embracing socialism and thought control.

      There is something deep in that but I’m too obtuse to figure it out.

      Liked by 12 people

      • billrla says:

        faridrushdi: Same with my in-laws from former Soviet-block communist countries. They know history and they know the truth

        Liked by 11 people

      • Jim in TN says:

        Democracy never lasted long. While the Roman Republic lasted a long time before the emperors arose. Our forefathers tried blending the two to add stability to democracy. Hence our democratic republic. Also blended in a leader without dictatorial control, and separated the courts

        We have had a long push against the republic and for democracy. Still happening today in small attempts to undo the electoral college.

        Liked by 3 people

        • fractionalexponent says:

          You’re right, pure democracies tend to vote in socialism and tyrants.

          Our problem is our spineless senators and representatives abdicated their oath and voted in a police state to spy and terrorize us and the world, and transferred the drafting of laws to unelected bureaucrats…

          Liked by 4 people

          • cattastrophe says:

            Democratic is mob rule that’s why the Democrats selected it for their political party name. They’ve stuck to it’s tenet’s faithfully all through the years and are now totally exposed for what it really represents. Dinesh D’Souza’s movie “Death of a Nation” depicts perfectly what they were and still are. https://www.dineshdsouza.com/

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        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          Actually…we are a Constitutional Republic. Democracies represent Collectivism where the 51% fleece the 49%. Our Constitution promotes Individualism where each individual has natural rights that must be protected by a government who’s power comes from the governed.

          Liked by 8 people

          • mj_inOC says:

            Exactly… America is a Constitituonal Republic, thus our Founding Fathers’ wise choice for The Electoral College
            Otherwise, CA and NY would rule by a majority/popular/democratic vote, with NO consideration for the remaining States.
            Thank John C Calhoun, SC, one of my heroes! States Rights!

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      • evergreen says:

        Those who lived the hard life and survived to see better days don’t want to return. Their children born and raised in the better world, on the other hand…

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      • swampfox999 says:

        And have an extensive history dealing with Muslim invaders

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  9. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Coming at you like a freight train rolling!!!!!

    World leadership!

    Liked by 15 people

  10. olderwiser21 says:

    BTW – in an earlier post I asked how Bolsonaro was doing physically. He had been stabbed in the abdomen, pre-election, by some crazy leftist loonie. I read a couple of days ago that after his election, Bolsonaro took time to thank God for his recovery. He said it was divine intervention that helped him heal and live – he should have died. God Bless this man and keep him safe.

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  11. Ray Runge says:

    Croatian Kolinda appears to have the ability to move a crate of tomatoes, as the situation may require.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Me says:

    I think Kolinda has a presidential crush on our PDJT

    Liked by 17 people

  13. wheatietoo says:

    I like the Croatian President, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic.

    She has always seemed to really like our President.
    In fact…she looks like she would like to rub up against him and purr.

    But that’s okay.
    He has that effect on us ladies…and Melania is wise and understanding enough to know that we are no threat to her.

    Congratulations, Brazil.
    Looks like you’ve got a great new President.

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    • starfcker says:

      I encourage everyone to look up and read this piece of trash. Here’s a link, and the aforementioned document is another link at the bottom of the first page. I just scanned the whole thing. On first read it looks to me to be just as expensive as the Paris Accords, and just as damaging to society. They sure think that every single country should spend all their time and money making sure that the third world is comfortable ensconced in our homes. It’s time to disband the UN. Enough. https://refugeesmigrants.un.org/migration-compact

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      • MTeresa says:

        Defund the UN and move them the heck out of NYC

        Liked by 15 people

        • WSB says:

          I used to curse it every day, going to work around the corner.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Spab says:

          Many years ago it was a hot topic to get the UN out of New York. To that end I wrote an article suggesting that the UN be put on a floating oil rig so it could be towed around the world as needed. My vision was akin to a globalist RV. My article did not gather any public support- inconceivable.

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        • Suzanne says:

          We can certainly de-fund them but I’m not sure whether or not we can get them out of NYC. The early NWO sorts were very upset when the US declined to join the League of Nations (boo hoo). John D. Rockefeller, early little globalist pri*k that he was, decided that the best way to force the US into the UN was to headquarter it here. Thus he donated the land upon which the UN building sits today. I do not know the specifics of the donation… eg was it donated to the UN or to an entity/trust for the benefit of the UN, what happens to the land if the UN dissolves (which it most certainly would if we pulled our funding) etc

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        • Santiago 1314 says:

          U.S. Out of the U.N…. Perfect spot for Trump Tower UN.!!!

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        • formerdem says:

          OK with me. My own private mad unproven theory is that the security council arrangement gives the permanent members a standing temptation to earn money by selling their security council veto to insecure dictators; further, that they sell the veto to dictators in the form of arms sales; further, that they compete against each other for these sales through bitter endless slander against the United States. No wonder they hate Trump: no military threats, no arms sales.

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        • PoCoNoMo says:

          Yes, kick them out. Let them eat cake – in Brussels. They can afford it, they have an unlimited amount of stolen money.

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      • Coast says:

        “strives to create conducive conditions that enable all migrants to enrich our societies through their human, economic and social capacities, and thus facilitate their contributions to sustainable development at the local, national, regional and global levels.”

        Who the hell writes this garbage?

        Liked by 9 people

        • Cathy M. says:

          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
          Likely he’s what I refer to as a “Pretty Boy”.
          A Pretty Boy is not only a person who gets by & promoted based solely on their looks but is usually a person that is not conversant on a subject matter so they talk really fast using inappropriate big words that makes them sound smart to the uninformed.

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        • fractionalexponent says:

          “sustainable” is a favorite communist word

          “facilitate”? the federal civil service longs to “facilitate” us

          Liked by 1 person

          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Another favorite of the Marxists/globalists is “governance” as opposed to government.
            Outside of the EC (EU) headquarters in Brussels and Strasbourg is a plaque with a paean to “Governance”… Btw, both buildings are designed as replicas of the incomplete Tower of Babel, and, when one looks down on them from above, the “all-seeing-eye” can be seen in the middle…

            The BEAST is their master…

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        • Dutchman says:

          Hey, the persons who wrote that went to COLLEGE. Studied hatd to learn how,to correctly prattle off all that SJW crap.
          Using ‘sustainabilty’ got them extra points, in college for instance.

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          ??

          If each is so enrichingly valuable, would each not be enrichingly valuable in his or her own homeland?

          ??

          Liked by 3 people

        • Answer: SOCIALISTS!!! ‘nough said!!!

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      • G. Combs says:

        “….Sustainable development: The Global Compact is rooted in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development….”

        That is all I need to read.

        And yes defund the UN and KICK THEM OUT!

        ” ….The United States is the U.N.’s largest donor, contributing about $611 million this year to the regular budget of more than $2.5 billion. Washington also contributes more than $2 billion annually to peacekeeping, and hundreds of millions more to programs, including the U.N. Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Program.

        Friday’s vote was focused only on the peacekeeping budget, meaning the U.S. will save around $150 million next year, as it pays about a quarter of the peacekeeping budget…..”

        USAID contributes $750,000 to UNICEF, US contributes USD 70 million to assist emergency relief beneficiaries, an additional contribution of $ 70 million to the World Food Program.

        The world Atlas says The United States contributes $1.647 Billion USD annually in goods and services to the United Nations. HOWEVER the UN says the U.S. is in arrears to the UN currently total over $1.3 billion. (WIKI)
        “Assessed payments depending on each country’s paying capacity. This ranges from a maximum of 22% to a minimum of 0.001% of the UN’s budget…” link

        Fox news says “Every year the United States gives approximately $8 billion in mandatory payments and voluntary contributions to the United Nations and its affiliated organizations.” (Notice how you can’t get a hard number for the total amount?)

        “The federal government finished fiscal 2017 with a budget deficit of $666 billion, an increase of $80 billion over the previous year” according to Market Watch. So yeah it is time to STOP giving the UN and others foreigners $$$ WE DO NOT HAVE!

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    • “In fact…she looks like she would like to rub up against him and purr.” – Something like Maria B.?

      Liked by 6 people

    • Minnie says:

      😆😆😆

      You have such a way with words!

      Thank you for that smile 😆

      Liked by 6 people

    • Suzanne says:

      I think that most “normal” women (those not inclined to shriek while wearing vagina costumes and pus*y hats) are naturally drawn to Alpha males and our wonderful President is, if nothing else, the ultimate Alpha male.

      Liked by 6 people

    • mj_inOC says:

      Maybe just a hug of gratitude to him and Melania…

      Liked by 1 person

  14. Cathy M. says:

    This is what happens when you Lead from the FRONT.

    Pres. Trump has started a world wide movement & energized the silent majority!

    Liked by 12 people

  15. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    ” Croatian nationalist President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic will follow with the United States, Hungary and Austria and dismiss the United Nations latest global migration agreement.”

    I hope Mr. Soros is stocked up on his indigestion and blood pressure medications because it looks like he is going to have to increase his dosage……

    Liked by 7 people

    • Snow White says:

      I hope he explodes and never is heard of again.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Sometimes this is hard……………

        Titus 3:2 To speak evil of no man, to be no brawlers, but gentle, shewing all meekness unto all men.

        Romans 12:19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.

        In the dispensation of grace in which we live, God’s wrath is being withheld, so judgement is delayed. Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles, opens all 13 of his epistles proclaiming grace and peace to the world and mankind:

        Colossians 1:2 To the saints and faithful brethren in Christ which are at Colosse: Grace be unto you, and peace, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

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      • swampfox999 says:

        Never underestimate Dr Evil

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  16. Curt says:

    President Trump is truly a WORLD class leader……………. something this nation has been lacking for many years.

    Liked by 22 people

  17. HB says:

    Globalists are getting more chinks in the armor every day. And I’m loving it.

    Go Italy. Go East Bloc. Go Brazil.

    Liked by 18 people

  18. Red says:

    Isn’t she the one who seemed to be sweet on our VSGPOTUS at that meeting where he called them out for the new building shortly after taking office?

    Liked by 9 people

  19. Curry Worsham says:

    MAKE THE WORLD GREAT AGAIN!
    ADD CROATIA AND BRAZIL!

    Liked by 14 people

  20. kea says:

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  21. Pam says:

    More winning! I love it!

    Liked by 4 people

  22. pnj01 says:

    Hungary, Croatia and Austria are the Western European nations that suffered through the last Muslim Invasion of Europe, which ended in 1683 with the Defeat of the Ottoman Empire at the Second Siege of Vienna. The Croats in particular were on the ramparts for a couple hundred years holding off the Ottomans in the Region of Croatia known as the Krajina or “Military Borderland.” The whole borderland region between the rest of Croatia and the Enemy Turks was a militarized area dedicated to stopping a renewed invasion of Europe by the Muslim Turk. It is not surprising that Croatia knows a bad Migration Policy when it sees one.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Keystrokes with authority.

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    • swampfox999 says:

      And the Polish king Sobieski struck a mortal blow to Muslim designs on Europe, which held until Merkel in her delusion and virtue signaling invited millions of Muslim anti-Semites and anti Christians back into Europe. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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    • swampfox999 says:

      And the Polish king Sobieski struck a mortal blow to Muslim designs on Europe, which held until Merkel in her delusion and virtue signaling invited millions of Muslim anti-Semites and anti Christians back into Europe. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Don’t forget Poland: 1683 Polish King Jan Sobiesk, arrived on the battlefield in the rear of the Turkish Army, 100,000 strong, and slaughtered them, breaking the siege of Vienna and ending Islamic invasions of Europe for a little over 3,000 years.

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      • pnj01 says:

        Agreed with one minor correction. It stopped the invasion for just 300 years. Not long enough!

        Poland has repeatedly stood on the ramparts for Western Civilization: 1) in the 1200s stopping the Mongols (the Cracow Bugler was part of that); 2) in 1683 at Vienna; and 3) in 1920 stopping the Communist Russians Invasion of Europe at the Gates of Warsaw.

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        • michaelhamblin says:

          Don’t play them short in WWII or in the collapse of the Soviet Empire. The Soviets may have surrendered without firing a shot but the Polish were more than happy to fire back if given the chance. The fall of the iron curtain may well have been very different and my money would’ve been on the Poles.

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    • Homesteader says:

      See my story above about the Morcic.

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    • American Male says:

      We cannot discuss Moslem invaders and valiant stands by Eastern Europeans including my Polish ancestors without giving Vlad “The Impaler” Tepes (Count Dracula) his due. Remember it was he, Vlad, the prince of Wallachia, and his outnumbered but determined forces that went on the offensive and were responsible for the utter defeat and annihilation of tens of thousands of Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II’s Islamic invaders and their Bulgarian allies who after being disarmed found themselves deposited atop sharpened poles planted in the blood-soaked soil along the battlefield.

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      • American Male says:

        We should follow Vlad’s example, after winning the Mid-Terms we must subject our opposition, the defeated Democrats and their supporters, to the same fate the Moslem invaders suffered under the Prince of Wallachia, after all they dispatched their violent thugs, sending them out into the streets and to our rallies to accost, physically assault, critically injure, and kill us since 2015 when then private citizen, successful businessman, Donald J.Trump entered the Presidential race.

        #AnnihilateAllResistance

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  23. IMO says:

    The Trump effect.
    Friend from Germany said to keep a eye on Petr Bystron he is a representative in the foreign committee of the Bundestag. As a leading outside politician of the AfD faction he aims since long at a narrow collaboration with the Austrian Freedom Party.

    “Bystron receives prestigious Eagle Award from Trump-near foundation Epoch Times19. September 2018 Updated: September 19, 2018 16:50
    The chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the German Bundestag Petr Bystron received the prestigious Eagle Award from the Conservative Eagle Council on Saturday in the US-American St. Louis.
    Petr Bystron receives prestigious Eagle Award from Trump-near foundation. Photo: Bystron
    The Eagle Award of the Trump-near Phyllis Schlafly Foundation thus went to two European politicians this year. In addition to Bystron, the conservative Polish MEP Dominik Tarczynski (PiS) was honored.”

    EXCLUSIVE: Alternative for Germany MP Petr Bystron Responds to Angela Merkel’s Plan to Step Down in 2021
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/10/exclusive-alternative-for-germany-mp-petr-bystron-responds-to-angela-merkels-plan-to-step-down-in-2021/

    He’s anti-invasion and he keeps pressuring Merkill to step down now.

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    • billrla says:

      IMO: Merkel “plans to step-down” in 2021? She’ll be run-out of office sooner than she “plans.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • IMO says:

        The stars and planets are aligning.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        She’s just as egotistical as Paul Ryan. Neither was effective when in full control, yet they are so delusional they actually think they have some great gifts to bestow on their countries after announcing they are staying on as lame ducks.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Merkel holds two positions: head of the CDU (to which she belongs), and Kanzlerin. She has said that she will step down as head of the CDU, and will not seek re-election. The fact that she’s stepped down from the party leadership is an open admission of her tenuous (at best) position, yet the three candidates for that are somewhat allies of her, meaning that things will not change much.

        Merz, a former head of the CDU some time ago, is the most conservative of the three, and is being attacked viciously by the left and the YSM (but I repeat myself). They fact that they don’t like him is an indication that he’s probably OK.

        Depending on how the AfD does in the upcoming elections (Neue Bundesländer, aka former DDR states), Merkel might somehow be forced into a no-confidence vote. The fact that everybody doesn’t want the AfD as part of a coalition will have to change in order for things in general to change. With enough AfD’lers in the Bundestag (lower house) and Bundesrat (upper house), the CDU, FDP, and the rest will have to listen to them.

        The biggest problem is the upsurge of the Greens, mostly from disaffected SPD members (Socialists) and members of “Die Linke” (flaming Marxists). Their idiotic, ill-thought-out, unscientific green policies like no nukes, no coal (!), no fossil fuels for power or transportation, and electric cars everywhere (yep, contradiction, I know), added to their anti-child, anti-Christian, anti-Western, indeed anti-Human point of view makes them unfit to manage anything, let along a government or part of it… GOD forgive and help us all!

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  24. Suzanne says:

    We need to get out of the UN and if anyone can do it PDJT can.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. CLRoemke says:

    Also in foreign policy developments,
    Courtesy of http://www.generationaldynamics.com/pg/ww2010.weblog.htm
    by John Xenakis.
    Pakistan Supreme Court defends Mohammed’s covenant with Christianity.
    Pakistan Supreme Court acquits Asia Bibi of blasphemy, triggering widespread riots
    Asia was set free and the people who falsely acused her were arrested and charges with blasphemy against christians!
    Looks like Pakistan gov. policy is changing big time regarding blasphemy laws.
    Good job Mr President with stopping foreign aid until they change behavior!

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    • WSB says:

      This is a very complex case out of Pakistan. Not sure what to make of the reporting or the verdict handed down.

      Extremely lengthy and seems to quote Mohammed embracing Christian prophets and Jesus in particular. Which sounds good until you study the Quran, and realize that later passages nullify earlier ones.

      So, this report needs a fine line review.

      Having said that, blessings for Asia…and she should just get out of there.

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      • CLRoemke says:

        My great hope is this Supreme Court ruling is a product of that (Trump) conference last year in Saudi Arabia. For Muslims to heal the Sunni Shiite divide and Jihad, this needs to happen. If governments of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan are through laws changing the focus on what is right and best for the people. If so, God bless their effort.

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  26. americalsgt says:

    Folks at the Croatian Club in Bessemer, PA will be doing boiler makers with this news.

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      Well then, I am all in!!! My Croatian roomate used to open sardines as a late night smacking snack…you get the picture.

      But, with a boilermaker at a great Penna bar, it could work. Just needs crackers and sour cream. I think.

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  27. rjcylon says:

    To all the leftists that are upset Jerusalem has now been globally recognized as the capital of Israel, please accept that World War 2 is over. You lost.

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  28. jstanley01 says:

    I’d be hesitant to swap spit with this Bolsonaro character. Unlike in the United States — where there is no politically-relevant hard right outside the fantasy land of the dope-addled libtards’ brains — the hard right in Latin America is no joke. They are a very nasty and murderous strain.

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    • piper567 says:

      oh boy, worth a listen.
      This man’s third reason for Bolsonaro’s win is mostly correct until he identifies the backlash against “the elite” as being by definition dangerous, and horrible…
      The manner in which each Country carries out its response to the hated elite is a manifestation of their culture and history.
      I am not nearly as alarmed by all that so alarms this young man, who btw is pleasantly articulate, as I am by the Communist assumptions which will succeed if blowback against it is not checked.
      It will be interesting to see how Bolsonaro deals with what he identifies as corruption…How he goes ab making things better for his people.

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    • Greenwald is an iconoclast himself, having assisted Snowden in his publishing classified docs. His partner/husband is Brazilian and involved in Rio politics I believe.
      The problem is that he can’t get past cliched views of POTUS, leaders of Brexit and some of the Eastern European more conservative/right leaders–not all are “alt right” or fascist. He does correctly grasp the issue of the establishment/elite and their utter failure in delivering for voters.
      Bolsonaro will be interesting to watch. Brazil, like most of South America, has swung between military juntas and more center left/socialist leaders. Unlike the USA, there is not a large enough middle class in most South American countries to provide ballast against those swings. Snowden is also correct, I think, that most of these countries lack the maturity of our checks/balances and commitment to rule of law. I’ve traveled in Peru, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil but can’t speak knowledgeably about Chile, Ecuador (or others).
      Hopefully the good influence of POTUS and Bolsonaro’s apparent faith will bode well for Brazil. It is a beautiful place with lovely people and deserves better than the rampant crime and corruption they’ve lived through, not to mention the threat from Venezuelan refugees.

      Thanks JStanley for posting this!

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      • jstanley01 says:

        I know people who were involved in uncovering the Massacre at El Mozote, which occurred in 1981, but was finally exposed in Mark Danner’s 1994 book of that name. I’ve been leery of south-of-the-border right wingers ever since seeing their work.

        “In 1981, various left-wing guerrilla groups coalesced into the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front to battle El Salvador’s right-wing government. Prior to the massacre, unlike many villages in the area, El Mozote had a reputation for neutrality. While many of its neighbors were largely Roman Catholic, and therefore often influenced by liberation theology and sympathetic to the guerrillas, El Mozote was largely Evangelical Protestant. The village had sold guerrillas some supplies but was also “a place where the guerrillas had learned not to look for recruits.

        “Prior to the massacre, the town’s wealthiest man, Marcos Díaz, had gathered the citizens to warn them that the army would soon pass through the area in a counterinsurgency operation, but he had been assured that the town’s residents would not be harmed if they remained in place. Concerned that fleeing the town would cause them to be mistaken for guerrillas, the townspeople chose to stay and extended an offer of protection to peasants from the surrounding area, who soon flooded the town.”

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Mozote_massacre

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  29. Justice Warrior says:

    Feeling the winnamins! Love it! Let’s keep shakin’ up those globalist agendas.

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  30. Binkser1 says:

    One man, the Lord guiding him, is changing the world. It just took one person, President Trump, to inspire others to fight back against the globalist. Truly awe-inspiring.

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    • WSB says:

      Divine Intervention, Binkser. Have a look at the story of the Battle of Brooklyn. Without that Divine intervention, we would not have a country today.

      President Trump seems to be in a very similar position. He was given gifts of which we are now just attempting to understand.

      God works in very mysterious ways.

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      • California Joe says:

        In the Battle of Brooklyn along with several other Revolutionary War battles that the British won the focus of the British was to encourage a negotiated peace not the annihilation of the rebel army. British generals considered the American soldiers they fought against as wayward Englishmen not as enemies.

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        • WSB says:

          It was the unusual fog that occurred that particulr morning that allowed Washington to evacuate his troops from Brooklyn to Manhattan.

          Had that fog not occurred, they would have been annihilated.

          Divine fog!

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  31. Motzilla says:

    Google Translate translation of Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu’s tweet:

    Congratulates my friend the incoming Brazilian President, Jair Boulsonaro, on his intention to move the Brazilian Embassy to Jerusalem. This is a historic step, right and exciting!

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  32. Dutchman says:

    Just one thing; I LOVE our VSGDJT, and anyone who has read mybprevious post knows that.

    This is a spontaneous, grass roots WORLD WIDE MOVEMENT, to reject nationalism.

    Remember Brexit passed, BEFORE DJT was elected. It is a responce, of people all over the world seeing globalism for what it REALLY is, and getting ‘woke’.

    DJT is certainly leading the movement, and has given it a wonderful boost, but he didn’t start it; he is simply speaking for us, and for Nationalists everywhere.

    He’s not ‘leading’ us anywhere we don’t WANT, desperately to go. He says, in his rallys, “this is the GRESTEST MOVEMENT in tje history of mankind, and he’s right, of coarse.

    Anyway, it IS a worldwide movement, a rejection of Globalism, and elitism, and the battle is joined, and lines are being drawn.
    Some countries are all in on globalism, some will have a change of position due to a change of leadership, and the battles will continue, for many years.

    Point is, DJT didn’t START this movement, and it will continue after he’s gone.

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    • Critical Mass says:

      Well noted, Dutchman. Goodness, decency and common sense will always prevail by the very essence of what constitutes those qualities. There are times when it looks as if they can be extinguished by hostile forces, but they are the natural fulcrum and resting point of the human spirit.

      People like President Trump are there to show us the way, but once seen, the way and the light will never be forgotten by those who have witnessed their potential and actuality. Until the next generation of the struggle.

      And so life goes on!.

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    • sDee says:

      “DJT didn’t START this movement, and it will continue after he’s gone.”

      It is true that eternal fight between us, freemen, and those who intend to rule over us by controlling the natural slaves among us, will continue. But do not underestimate how close we came to a 1000 year setback to liberty.

      How close? Had Jeb or Hillary won, they needed only to sign off on a few remaining deals that would have made America just another member-state in an “EU-like” global governance infrastructure. Migration would have crushed our backbone with millions of globalist minions.

      If not for Trump leading us to win that 2016 skirmish, America, as a Constitutional Republic would be dead. Make no mistake that if that ever happens, it will not come back for centuries again and, not without much bloodshed.

      All of these agendas have been erased form history – as will the the resurgence of liberty under Trump unless we and our generations keep up the fight.

      Trump will be out of office in 6 years. Will we have learned enough of the ugly truths that led Americans to squander the hard fought gift of true liberty? Will we have taught our children and grandchildren how precious liberty is? Will we no longer be afraid to call out the names of this evil?

      Unless the root case analysis is done and cemented in history, we will repeat this, soon.

      I hope one of those history books is written by Sundance

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  33. soozword says:

    To me, the Presidents (Trump and Grabar) look like brother and sister. Similar facial structures or something.

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  34. trumpsbamagirl says:

    Still not tired of winning!

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  35. Pyrthroes says:

    A strangely relevant, if somewhat embarrassing, psychological fact is that people in general are attracted to those whose “appearance matches their own”. Seeing Trump with Mde. Croatia, our first though was, “Holy cow! Are these two related?”

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  36. TwoLaine says:

    This doesn’t surprise me, and I’m not sick of winning yet!

    The Paris Climate b.s. agreement fell apart after VSGPOTUS TRUMP pulled out too. Italy put their foot down and said they are taking any more migrants either. They want their own people to start having their own babies again.

    Yesterday I was having some fun on youtube, and fell across some really good stuff to listen to. One was a fascinating conversation with some guy named Sam Harris, with TDS, who was interviewing our friend Scott Adams about POTUS TRUMP.

    Apparently this Sam guy is very book smart, but he’s sorely lacking in street smarts. In, fact, I’m not sure if he’s ever even seen a street before. He sounds like he lives in a gilded cage somewhere. You can tell he is truly a member of the GLOBAL ELITIST CLUB, with his little pinkie extending over his tea cup.

    Since it was all about VSGPOTUS’ persuasion skills, I tho’t it was appropriate to share here. Dr. Adams was so patient with his patient. I have to see if he did an after interview podcast to see what he tho’t of the whole spiel.

    I’d also like a current follow up interview to see if poor Sam has stayed on his meds, and whether or not he learned anything from Dr. Adams, i.e., does he still have TDS?

    Enjoy!

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  37. Doug Amos says:

    Conservative women are consistently attractive and intelligent; liberals ugly and stupid.

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  38. Rami says:

    Funny how other leaders are beginning to put on their big people underwear thanks to PDJT!

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  39. over the top says:

    I’m originally from Croatia and have been a daily lurker on this site since the Trayon Martin/Zimmerman case.

    Croatians are fed up with their own corrupt government and lousy leaders that make empty promises and have forced people to find jobs in other parts of Europe…mostly in Ireland!

    We went through a war in the early 90’s (91-95). A portion of that war happened in BiH where we supported Bosnian Muslims by training their soldiers, providing them with weapons and providing an alliance where our men physically backed them. Unfortunately, they backstabbed us and we ended up suffering the ultimate betrayal while losing many men that supported them against Bosnian Serbs.

    Today, we have many nationalities in Croatia and for the most part, people have learned Croatian culture and values. We have Koreans, Chinese, Italians, Americans and Canadians…Aussies, Germans….BUT THE NUMBER # CONSENSUS IS that they do not want migrants from the Middle East…many of those Mujahadeen ended up in Sarajevo and surrounding cities and they are extreme bastards that dress, behave and live as if they are in the middle of some Islamic state…and the public hate them.

    If you knew the land in that part of Europe, you might know that the Ottoman Empire had a presence…although luckily they didn’t gain momentum or numbers and the types of Muslims in the former Yugoslavia were nowhere near those you see in extreme Islamic states…they were very very moderate and it always seemed weird that they were considered Muslims considering that the majority of them ate pork, drank alcohol and I never once saw anyone cover their heads pre 1991.

    Croatians are rejecting Islam, not migrants. If they were to come from most other country’s they’d probably welcome them but our history with Islam is deep and our memories are clear and fresh…the crappy thing about my message is that I’m not allowed to say this publicly so having this forum brings a bit of comfort!

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    • Bendix says:

      I have met women from that area, in NYC. They are white. They do not cover their heads, and they were very concerned with the number of American Muslim women they saw starting to do so. This was just prior to 9/11.
      I wouldn’t have known these women were Muslim, except that they mentioned it.
      Modern American immigrants, in every way.

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    • Maquis says:

      Welcome, Over! Happy to hear your report. The West really needs to see, hear and read much about those that staved off the demise of the West for so long. We also need weaned off of the “we are the world” claptrap of the Leftist entertainment cabal. Can’t ban speech, but we damn sure can counter and overwhelm it with our own.

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  40. Bendix says:

    Hint:
    Any agreement that can have the word “global” attached to it is a scam.
    This is why we aren’t allowed to say “nationalist” (too bad!), this is why we keep seeing efforts to attach “white” to every utterance of that word.
    The opposite of national is global. If you are not a nationalist, you are a globalist.
    Anybody who wants to tell me I’m confusing a nation with a country, no I’m not. Same difference.
    Try saying it to my FACE.

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  41. Gil Stonebarger says:

    Ya know, Austria is looking better and better. My ancestors were from there….

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  42. iRock says:

    The UN’s Global Compact for Migration is Western Civilization’s suicide pack administered by unelected UN bureaucrats.

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