December 9, 2016

A second live stream of the Austrian presidential election has emerged from Sputnik confirming that Norbert Hofer was in the lead by a large margin when the first projections were made.

A euronews video clip allowing for a sharper screenshot of the official Ministry of Interior website as the results appear shows that Hofer was leading when the cumulative results of 1917 out of 2122 regions had been fed into end projections.


It is possible to read the words in German

Austria cumulative results (1917 of 2122 regions) Stand 04 12 2016 16 54

That means, by 16 54 pm Vienna time almost all the regions in Austria had started counting votes, allowing for the first projection to be called.

It is the cumulative results (Kumuliertes Ergebnis) which allow for projections of end results. There is a margin of error between the projected cumulative results and actual end. In this case, the margin of error is given as 1.5%. That means there is no legal  way that Alexander Van der Bellen could have won by 7% ten minutes later.

A screenshot from the Ministry of Interior website reporting the May presidential election also mentions cumulative results and the first projected final results in relation to the same figures. This underlines that cumulative results are not separate from projections but the very basis or input of those projections.

The claim by Der Standard that the results do not show the projection but are an aggregation of all the votes of all the regions that had finished counting at that time point is false and absurd. No where does it state that on the Ministry website that the results are a simple aggregation of all the votes in regions so far and not cumulative results used for a final projection.

Also, Der Standard’s live ticker  did not report these extraordinary results, something that might have been expected.
Österreich, vorläufiges Endergebnis ohne Briefwahlstimmen.
Ing. Norbert Hofer = 1.937.863 – 51,9 %
Dr. Alexander van der Bellen = 1.793.857 – 48,1 %

Österreich, Briefwahl, kumuliertes Ergebnis (117 von 117 Gebieten),
vorläufiges Endergebnis inklusive Briefwahlstimmen.
Ing. Norbert Hofer = 257.856 – 48,1 %
Dr. Alexander van der Bellen = 277.671 – 51,9 %

Will Greece’s Supreme Court order extradition of Turkish coup plotters?

December 8, 2016

The Supreme Court in Athens is to consider the case of whether three of eight Turkish servicemen who fled to Greece after the failed coup should be extradited.

The Turkish soldiers are appealing against their extradition on the grounds that their lives would be in danger if they are returned.

Sorry, but if they are not returned, the lives of many people in Greece could soon be in danger as Turkey escalates its war mongering rhetoric and the Globalists attempt to engineer a regional conflict.

Also, the Globalist inspired coup plotters should have thought about the danger to their lives and the lives of others when they took part in the coup. Military coups with parts of an army fighting against other parts with guns and tanks are by their very nature dangerous things. The eight Turkish soldiers must have realized that. If they did not want to put their lives in danger, they should not have joined the coup in the first place. 

For them to abandon their families and flee to Greece after their coup failed, putting the whole country at risk as they whine about the danger to their lives if they are returned to Turkey to face trial, is a real cheek on their part.


December 8, 2016

Donald Trump has picked John Kelly, a retired Marine corp general, to lead Homeland Security.

John Kelly is the third top general to have been chosen for leading positions by Trump. And great choices these three remarkably gifted, intellectually outstanding, problem solving generals are, too, at a time when the USA is facing so many challenges and threats, also from the Globalists.

Trump has put retired Marine General James Mattis at the top of the Pentagon and Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn his national security adviser-designate.

Trump has nominated Mike Pompeo, a West Point graduate and retired army captain, to head the CIA. He is also considering retired general David Petraeus for secretary of state and Admiral Michael Rogers for director of national intelligence,  to oversee the entire US intelligence community.

These great choice put Trump in a position to really deliver the greatest presidency ever, especially if he manages to introduce government issued money and slash federal taxes. He also has to avoid the possible inflation trap  leading to higher interest rates and even hyperination of massive tax cuts at the time of new tariffs (meaning suddenly fewer goods in circulation), and high spending on infrastructure which has been set up by bankers Wilbur Ross and Steven Mnuchin.

Unlike the Greek military, for example, mired in corruption, and with a terrible reputation for torturing people when it formed a junta, the US military has an excellent reputation of respecting the Constitution and the democratically elected legislative.

Americans can, therefore, every confidence that these generals will bridge the military and civilian divide successfully, and will put their tremendous skills and experience at the service of the US people always only in alignment with the Constitution.

Readers of my blog may know that one of my first posts on this blog in 2009 was about a radio interview I had in the USA with US army vets.

My grandfather was an army officer in Ireland. It is not boasting, it is a fact, that he was a very conscientious, liberal, honourable, brave and capable person.

He was put in charge of all the supplies and housing in the largest army camp, the Curragh, because everyone knew he was scrupulously honest and fair. And he never did take personal advantage of his position. He treated ordinary soldiers extremely well, showing them respect and making sure to take care of their day to day needs. A lot of officers treated the soldiers like dirt, it seems.

He also won a medal for bravery in the civil war.

He was so liberal, he sent my mother to university at a time when hardly any women in Ireland went to university. When she missed winning a county scolarhsip at the age of 17 by a couple of places, he paid for her to go himself, although he had retired by then. She hated her strict school and did not want to spend another year there to get the scholarship at 18 years as the nuns suggested she should. To his credit, my grandfather recognized that if he made her go back to the school, she might get the scholarship but she might also lose her love of learning. That was more important to him.

He was also one of the few people at that time who stood up to the Taliban clergy that ruled over Ireland with an iron fist. Whenever the clergy banned a book or a play (and they banned almost every great writer), he immediately obtained it from Dublin and read it. He was very well read and wrote poems and plays, some of which were published.

He was very interested in politics and followed current affairs closely. One of his relatives from Donegal was in the first independent Irish parliament.

So, the Irish and US army seem to be able to attract and produce people of excellent character, liberal outlook, creativity  and wide ability.

And am I not, dear reader, also a person like that? Where did I get it my good qualities and attitudes from? I got them mostly from my mother, who in turn got them from her father.

I have had little acquaintance with the very politicized Greek military (appointments by party membership) apart from the son of someone who often went to the monastery.  Unfortunately, this man is like a caricature of the hysterical, pleasure loving, dim witted , authoritarian and unpatriotic Greek military in 1930s B movies and actually approves of torturing people. Needless to say he has been divorced several times. More hysterical, soft and spineless than most women. After meeting this man, I began to see why the Junta was such a nightmare time for Greeks.


December 8, 2016

British MPs voted last night by a large majority to back Theresa May’s plan to trigger Brexit by the end of March 2017 last night.

The result saw 461 MPs side with the people of the UK, who voted in a referendum in June to leave Europe.

However, 89 backbenchers including just one Tory and 23 Labour MPs opposed Brexit in a show of contempt of the EU referendum result.

Hats off to the sensible UK MPs, who have shown by their vote that the overwhelming majority understand that they have a special responsibility as the elected representatives of the UK people to actually represent the will of their voters whatever their personal views might be.

The vote will throw the spotlight back on the bizzarre Brexit appeal case now at the Supreme Court. The High Court ruled that parliament had to be given another vote on Brexit in a judicial coup d etat since parliament had already voted to allow Brexit.


A simple way for Greece to placate Turkish claims on its islands

December 8, 2016

As Turkey continues to claim the eastern Aegean islands from Greece, I would like to suggest a sure fire and rapid way of easing tensions.

The Greek government can offer the Turkish government something even more “valuable” than mere little islands.

As a gesture of good will to Istanbul, Athens could offer what are widely recognized to be its most prized national treasures, namely, Alexis Tsipras, Pannos Kammenos, Nikos Pappas, Yannis Mouzoulas and Yannis Varoufakis.

What a magnificent and generous gesture that would be!

No one would surely ever argue that these five politicians are far more valuable than some tiny Aegean islands.

Kammenos is an especial friend of  Muslims, and Jihadists. He announced publicly  in March 2015 that he planned to send a wave of millions of Muslim economic migrants and Islamic terrorists to northern Europe, and then actually helped open Greece’s borders to carry out the plan. Turkey will be especially delighted, therefore, to have Kammenos. What a prize! The Greek Defence Minister in person under their total control! They can parade him through the streets of Istanbul, satisfying even the most insatiable national pride.

To give Turkey these five “treasures”, the highest ranking politicians in the land, including the Prime Minister himself, would mark a new approach to modern diplomacy, to be sure. But it was customary in ancient times to offer people to appease hostile neighbours. If it worked in the past, it might work now.

If it is not enough, then Greece can offer up Ieronymous, the head of the Greek Orthodox church, as well as large number of bankers and oligarchs.

I would suggest offering the Bishop of Volos and Abbess Theodekti too, but they are needed here in Greece to answer for their crimes.

At any rate, I am sure 10 million or so Greeks would support this plan of handing over Tsipras, Kammenos and Varoufakis to placate Turkish claims to islands. Some one should get a petition in the internet going.

Comet pizza owner and Haiti child trafficker visited White House on same day

December 7, 2016

James Alefantis, the owner of Washington DC Comet Ping Pong pizza parlour, at the centre of an elite paedophile ring investigation, visited the White House on the same day as Laura Silsby, a “missionary” accused of trafficking Haitian children for the sex slave trade, it has emerged.


George Soros linked to John Podesta’s paedophile ring. And Alexis Tsipras?

December 7, 2016

A tweet sent by Andrew Breitbart before he died (murder?) has fueled speculation that George Soros may be linked to the paedophile and snuff ring centered around John Podesta.

An Instagram photo by his son Alexis Soros suggests that he is involved in the occult practise of spirit cooking.

Devil's Heaven #tonightwedineinhell!

A photo posted by Alexander Soros (@alexsoros) on

“Tonight we dine in hell,” states Soros posing in front of what appears to be the body of a dead woman in the background.

Jul 27, 2013 – See this Instagram photo by @alexsoros • 33 likes. … alexsorosDevil’s Heaven #tonightwedineinhell! thechainsmokersYou both look awesome.

And Alexis Tsipras, the associate of Soros? Is he involved in child trafficking rings in Greece, by any chance?

Interesting is that Tsipras paid his first overseas visit to Werner Faymann , former Austrian Chancellor, himself implicated in the cover up of the Natascha Kampusch paedophile ring in February 2015.