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Not sure why I thought Interpol was just European…

… as per my recent post, rather than international, period

Nevertheless, while I guess it may not be surprising that an international organization like Interpol, same as the United Nations, can end up influenced strongly by non-Westerners and non-First-Worlders, it brings up an even bigger issue: why are we in the West allowing ourselves to be at the mercy of foreigners hostile to our interests?

Of course, the answer clearly is, our rulers don’t perceive thus, and indeed, it must be in line with their interests, hence why it happens…

Down with the U.N., Interpol, etc.

Let’s have multiple regional and bilateral organizations and treaties, rather than global institutions – like we used to, in yesteryear…

Let all nations be sovereign over their own affairs.

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Justice has been done

Re: confirming Kavanaugh.

Let us pray the new conservative majority will change the direction of the U.S. Supreme Court back towards justice and sanity, including overturning Roe vs. Wade and returning it to the states.

And may the good Americans punish the bad ones at the ballot box in the upcoming midterms, for having dragged a good man’s name through the mud, and the nation through this divisive circus.

Praise God, from whom all blessings flow!

Amen.

 
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Posted by on October 7, 2018 in America, good news, government, law, The Kulturkampf

 

Why did the Europeans pick a high-ranking Chinese Communist Party member to lead Interpol?

Update: I was in error in my assumption in my post below about Interpol; for some reason, I had thought it was mostly European rather than simply international. See my most recent post here.

I found that out from this story about him going missing:

The president of Interpol was taken away for questioning by ‘discipline authorities’ in China’s ruling Communist Party, a Hong Kong newspaper has reported.

Meng Hongwei was placed under investigation in his native China as soon as he arrived in the country last week, the South China Morning Post reported today.

An Interpol spokesman says the international law enforcement agency is aware of the Post’s story, but would not comment on it or say if Chinese authorities had detained the 64-year-old Meng.

Meng’s wife says she has not heard from him since he left Lyon, France, where Interpol is headquartered, at the end of September.

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Communist Party’s secretive internal investigation agency, had no announcements on its website about Meng and could not be reached for comment.

French police launched an investigation after the director of international police agency Interpol vanished last month.

Interpol said it was aware of reports of the ‘alleged disappearance’ of its president and said the issue was a matter for France and China.

In a statement, it said: ‘This is a matter for the relevant authorities in both France and China.’

The organisation added that the secretary general, not Meng, was responsible for the day-to-day running of Interpol.

Meng became the first Chinese citizen to be elected as president of Interpol in November 2016 when he replaced French police officer Mireille Ballestrazzi. Meng’s term is due to run until 2020.

At the time, his appointment raised fears among human rights organisations, such as Amnesty International, that he would be used by the Chinese Government to pursue political dissidents who fled the country.

In 2014, China worked through Interpol to issue notices for 100 Chinese corruption suspects who fled abroad.

Meng has held many senior positions in Chinese Government since entering politics in 1972.

The 64-year-old served as vice minister of Public Security in China, vice chairman of the national narcotics control commission and director of the National Counter-Terrorism Office for China.

I couldn’t care less that he’s missing; why the hell was a ChiCom chosen to head up Europe’s international police organization?

And why have European citizens not raised a stink about this?

I hope he stays missing, and that maybe a non-Communist, European individual might be chosen next to head up Interpol, as you’d think would be the best choice…

Sheesh. Their rulers really do have nothing but contempt and hate for their own people…

 

This is how it’s done, folks

 

Coalition Avenir Québec beats Liberals to form government; Québec Solidaire beats Parti Québécois; end of era of politics as usual in Quebec

So the CAQ beat both the Grits AND the PQ in yesterday’s provincial election; quite a victory for a new party.

They had run, in part, on an immigration restrictionist platform.

Meanwhile, the PQ got bested by their fellow sovereignist leftists in a new, Millennial-friendly, Bernie-Sanders-ish female-led party, Québec Solidaire.

It’s as if politics, everywhere, is realigning: nationalist / patriotic / populists on one side, and corporate / socialist / globalists on the other…

Interesting times! 🙂

Pick a side, mushy moderate milquetoast quisling cucks!

Or get steamrolled. 😉

 

Australian soldiers told words like ‘him’ and ‘her’ can be ‘gender-bullying’

Alright, one last Aussie-themed post:

Like I said, the same shit we’re going through, they’re going through. They’re no better than us, despite some smug twits previously thinking they were. Still sneering, you who know who you are? 😉

 

Nurses in Australia will soon have to say “Sorry for being White” before treating patients in the hospital…

On the heel’s of yesterday’s reblog:

Lest you think this is satire, see the Daily Mail story below too:

Crikey!