A free test issue of Dispatch International, a new weekly newspaper that will enter regular publication from 3 January 2013, will be available on 30 August 2012. Freedom is currently under threat and the mainstream media seems to be aiding and abetting in the attack rather than fulfilling its duty to defend it. Dispatch International will be a shining beacon of fact that may be the first step in the process of creating a new mainstream media that is fit for the purpose of defending our most sacred liberties. Ingrid Carlqvist was interviewed about the about the newspaper by CITIZEN TIMES. Dispatch International – Test Issue of New Newspaper Available on 30 August
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Fransk forfatter: “Norge havde fortjent en Breivik”
Med sådan en replik gør den akademi-prisbelønnede franske forfatter og udgiver for Gallimard, Richard Millet, sig til en hadet mand på et øjeblik. Det er en skrap provokation på et følsomt tidspunkt. Så skrap, at norske medier ikke har fordøjet den til udgivelse endnu. Millets har læst alle manifestets 1500 sider, og taler ifølge The Telegraph om det i rosende vendinger, hvad der er ude i hampen. Har Norge og andre europæiske lande lagt i kakkelovnen til, gjort en type som Breivik mulig, og kan man frygte andre i fremtiden ? Det er svært at benægte. Millet bifalder ikke, som det fremgår nogle steder, Breiviks uhørte myrderi. Efterdønningerne af ABB, der syntes så forudsigelige for et år siden, har taget en uventet drejning. ABB vil altid være et uhyre, men den politiske historie ville jeg ikke foruddiskontere alt for sikkert, hvis jeg hed Stoltenberg eller Hylland Eriksen.
Indeed, though Millet states he does not approve of Breivik’s murderous actions on July 22, 2011 that left 77 people dead, he does write the slaughter was “without doubt what Norway deserved.” The reason? Norway, Millet contends, allowed immigration, multiculturalism and the domination of foreign customs, language and religion to become such dominant influences that a self-designated defender of traditional society felt compelled to take decisive action.
“Multiculturalism, as it has been imported from the United States, is the worst thing possible for Europe … and creates a mosaic of ghettoes in which the [host] nation no longer exists,” Millet told France Info radio on Aug. 27. “Breivik, I believe, perceived that and responded to that question with the most monstrous reply.”
Breivik, Millet writes, is “an exemplary product of Western decadence” and a “child of the ideologico-racial fracture that extra-European immigration has introduced in Europe.” Because he sees the resulting “loss of national identity” and “Islamization of Europe” decaying “Christian roots” everywhere, Millet appears to believe acts similar to Breivik’s may be replicated outside Norway as well.
“Within this decadence, Breivik is without doubt what Norway deserved, and what awaits our societies that won’t stop blinding themselves in denial,” Millet writes in “Éloge Littéraire d’Anders Breivik,” one of three essays published under the collective title Langue Fantôme (Ghost Language) on Aug. 24 by publisher Éditions Pierre-Guillaume de Roux. “European nations are dissolving socially at the same time as they’re losing their Christian essence in favor of general relativism.”
The man hates a lot, and [does so] in a refined style that’s sometimes obscure. But it’s sufficiently clear for the objects of his malice to distinctly appear: social democracy (and democracy, full stop), extra-European immigration, the remainders of Marxism and their supposed corollaries of ignorance, political correctness and the weakening of language. All of that is leading to the crumbling of Europe — a decomposing continent where “a civil war is under way.” French Essayist Blames Multiculturalism for Breivik’s Killing Spree, Forfatter: Norge havde fortjent Breivik