EU Idiots Decide to Start a Meme War…WE SHALL GIVE IT TO THEM!

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
June 21, 2018

The meme wars haven’t ended.

They’ve just begun.

RT:

Memes banned. Remixes outlawed. Parody videos removed. Critics say this would be the outcome of the EU adopting two controversial copyright rules that were just approved in committee.

Critics are unhappy with Articles 11 and 13 of the EU Copyright Directive, which were cleared by the Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament on Wednesday and now face a floor vote scheduled sometime in July.

Dubbed the “link tax” by critics, Article 11 would require online platforms to pay for links to news and other content they refer to. While proponents said it was intended to make Google and Facebook share the profit they make with news organizations that are struggling in the modern market, critics have pointed out it could penalize linking to content for the purpose of criticism or commentary. It was narrowly approved by the committee, with 13 votes in favor and 12 votes against.

Banning memes would be the logical step if they were trying to prevent some internet-based uprising through samizdat, meme magic and relentless mockery.

So perhaps this really is their plan.

On the other hand, we’re dealing with Euro-Boomers here and in true boomer fashion, they probably just want to ban something they don’t understand. The real story here is that someone trying to take away the one PURE form of entertainment that I have left.

My memes have history. My memes have character. They define me and my generation.

These dastardly Euro-Boomers and kikes just can’t fucking rest until everything is shit. Everything they touch is ruined.

But not this time.

We need the vets to come out of retirement.

These bastards aren’t going to take our memes away.

There is already resistance brewing.

But we should come to grips with a possible new reality. Soon there will be no more memes. Reality will have to become the realization of our memes if they are to live on.

No more memeing RWDS…only being RWDS.

That’s what these bugman bureacrats will force us to do eventually.

Just like Gamergate radicalized an entire generation of young gamers…so too will Memegate radicalize yet more meme-addicted youngsters.

‘We Should Not Be in an Ideological Union’ Åkesson Calls For Referendum on Swedish EU Membership

The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats (SD) have called for Sweden to hold a referendum on the country’s EU membership after the 2018 Swedish general election.

SD party leader Jimmie Åkesson told newspaper Dagens Industri that the EU is a “large web of corruption where no one has control over anything”.

The Swedish nationalists want Sweden to follow the UK’s example and leave the EU, and promise they will push for a referendum on the matter in the next mandate period.

“We pay an enormous amount of money and get overwhelmingly little back. But the main reason is ideological: we should not be in an ideological union,” Åkesson claimed.

Recent polls suggest the Sweden Democrats could be the second largest party in the autumn 2018 general election, but even if the vote plays out as such, they would still have a hard time pushing a referendum through parliament. None of the other biggest parties in Sweden support holding a vote on Swedish EU membership.

And Swedish support for EU membership appears to be growing following the Brexit vote, with a major poll earlier this year showing that 53 percent of Swedes are generally in favour of membership (up from 49 percent in 2016) while the proportion of people generally against it dropped to 18 percent (down from 23 percent) in the same time period.

In the same poll 17 percent of Swedes said it would be a good idea to leave the EU, while 57 percent said it would be a bad idea.

Poland STRIKES BACK at the EU – GLOBOHOMO Beginning to collapse

Italy’s refusal of rescue ship leaves 629 migrants at sea and exposes growing EU fault lines
http://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-europe-migrants-20180613-story.html

Poland might weigh up EU membership in referendum
https://euobserver.com/beyond-brussels/142073

Hungary Builds A Wall, Cuts Illegal Immigration By Over 99%
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-09-18/hungary-builds-wall-cuts-illegal-immigration-over-99

UN Reprimands Hungary For Stopping Illegal Immigration By 99%

https://tsarizm.com/news/2017/09/16/eu-reprimands-hungary-for-stopping-illegal-immigration/embed/#?secret=8bcIJ51LOj

EU threatens to impose sanctions on Poland over judicial reform
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eu-threatens-to-impose-sanctions-on-poland-over-judicial-reform-ndqcj2ct0

Poland Remains Defiant as EU Threatens Sanctions
https://www.voanews.com/a/poland-remains-defiant-eu-threatens-sanctions/4173703.html

Exposed and dependent: Germany desperate to avoid trade war
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-germany-usa-trade-analysis/exposed-and-dependent-germany-desperate-to-avoid-trade-war-idUSKBN1I51WS

German investor confidence PLUMMETS to six-year low as US trade war fears SOAR
GERMAN investor confidence has sunk to a six-year low as economists fear the escalating trade war with the United States and the Italy’s plans to shake up the EU could heavily impact the economy.
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/973137/germany-investor-economy-usa-trade-war-italy-government-european-union

Trump Tweets

Poland offers US up to $2B for permanent military base
Warsaw wants American boots on ground as protection against Russia.
https://www.politico.eu/article/nato-poland-offers-us-up-to-2-billion-for-permanent-american-military-base/

Poland’s Nationalism Threatens Europe’s Values, and Cohesion

THE GLOBOHOMO SYSTEM IS STARTING TO COLLAPSE, PREPARE FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC COLLAPSE TO FOLLOW.

The French State Launched Its Great Stalinist Purge Against The Right

By Jean-Batave Poqueliche

The summer has not yet started but the temperature already went up in the Soviet-like court rooms cracking down on “hate speech” throughout France. Right-wing figures keep being doxed, tried or jailed, thanks to the joint effort of zealous liberals and the eternal (((lobby that does not exist))).

The French establishment just shifted to next gear to reach full-blown 1984. Anyone flying off the handle shall be immediately unpersonned. Those were the targets in the last few weeks…

Génération Identitaire

They had a price on their head since they showed the gross incompetence of the French state (read “voluntary inaction”) to protect its own borders against illegal migrants,  who are called “newly arrived” by the media now and soon to be “your friendly neighbours”.

G.I’s Facebook page was deleted after their spectacular action at Col de l’Échelle last April. So was their Twitter account after the “checked” brigade on Twitter vehemently whined until the institutions obeyed.

Some like the LICRA (a French SPLC, with the same Inuit gang at the rudder) did not fail to gloat and brag about their role in the action, while their pets at the LDNA (a violent team of rocket scientists from Wakanda) had their Twitter account verified. Romain Espino, G.I’s spokesman might lose his job after he was doxed and several liberal political personalities relayed his personal data and called for his employer to fire him.

Boris Le Lay

Another bête noire of the system, Boris had already brought the wrath of the international clique upon himself and chose exile to avoid prison. He was once more found guilty of “inciting racial hatred” a month ago and his Facebook page was blocked.

His website Démocratie Participative, a French twin of the Daily Stormer, is also in the crosshairs after it exposed many globalist figures of Eskimo persuasion and shed some light on their modus operandi and long-term goals. The Left wing parties of the country officially declared open season on Le Lay and his “intolerance”.

Alexandre Gabriac

Gabriac was tried and condemned to six years probation this week, for recreating the group Jeunesses Nationalistes (Nationalist Youth) despite its dissolution by the government five years ago, following the death of Antifa member Clément Méric, who attacked a group of right-wing youth, got hit, and died seven seconds later.

It was a death the establishment did not care about (for Méric was White) until it became a tool during the witch hunt against the French right, just like Heather Heyer’s death in Charlottesville.

Gabriac recently described how he was intimidated, followed for months and arrested by the antiterrorist section of the public prosecutor’s office.

Hervé Ryssen

The writer appeared in court two weeks ago and is likely to be sent to jail for “hate speech” after he tweeted that “the main culprits of the massacres that claimed the lives of thirty million Christians in the USSR between 1917 and 1947 were Jews”.

It did not matter that the objective historical facts are on his side and that he produced several sources to back his claim while facing the court, the verdict was probably already decided.

Alain Soral

Soral was condemned twice last week to a suspended sentence and his platform on Youtube, ERTV, has just been deleted without any explanation, only a few months after his popular Facebook page was also deleted.

How unfortunate!

Soral was already evicted of several websites but I believe the censorship was enforced after his co-host Vincent Lapierre made himself particularly unpopular and “ideologically dangerous” when he showed that foreign-driven associations like the LICRA, CRIF (Council of Jewish Institutions) and LDJ (“Jewish Defence League”) were powerful enough to influence the French president, lean on magistrates, or give direct orders to the police.

Nicolas Dupont Aignan

A former candidate during the 2017 presidential election, Nicolas was sent to court a few months ago for a tweet where he described the massive influx of migrants in Europe as a “migratory invasion”.

The LICRA (see above) filed the lawsuit and described its outcome in those terms : “It does not matter if he is right, what he says is illegal!”

Attention, Paris is broadcasting!

France’s PC junta has gone full clown world. We already knew that truth and proofs do not matter, but this political round-up is used as an example for the French population.

It coincides with a campaign lead by the State, where soon every public media will need to be approved before publishing any content. The rest will be wiped out.

Françoise Nyssen

As Françoise Nyssen, unfuckable cat lady and Minister of Culture puts it:

This partisan media shall be (…) of all colours and origins. With a political agenda without ambiguities, it will change opinions on the ground. (…) The understanding ability of our citizens is not enough anymore.”

The usual accusers

Right-wingers are vilified, doxed, harassed, jailed but actual terrorist enablers like Jawad Bendaoud walk away scot-free and jihadists are being released en masse.

A lot of these right-wing figures were “fichés S” (filed “S” for “under surveillance”) by the government and the police, a title usually limited to radical Muslim clerics and potential Islamic terrorists.

Like usual, organisations like the LICRA and CRIF, heavily subsidised by the French State itself, foreign powers and well-known multicultural figures, set the tone on who shall be free and who shall not, rather than the legitimate French institution.

The system is gangrened by parasitic organisms that thrive in the chaos they create.

Un nouveau venu à suivre

What brings me a ray of hope is that the more censorship is enforced on the right, the larger the number of red-pilled men who unplug themselves from the system and seek brotherhood and support through traditional channels.

A new promising prospect is the Monte une Équipe (“Put together a team”) concept, launched by dissident Youtuber Raptor Dissident and his co-host, Papacito, where they invite young French men to find like-minded men and create a local network of “support, friendship and social cohesion”.

Raptor & Papacito, co-hosts of the “Dissident Meet-up”

In their show and videos that gather millions of viewers, they advocate a large array of principles that echo our doctrine of neomasculinity, exhorting young men to become stronger, seek income independence and so on.

Young French men want to respect themselves and stop being victims, after the system drilled their doctrine of submission in their heads for so long. Best of luck to them.

 

The EU is About to Destroy The Internet #DeleteArt13

Sources:

Sign the Petition: https://saveyourinternet.eu/

EDRI Article: http://ow.ly/VEpH101689Z

Techdirt article: http://ow.ly/gs9b101689X

https://pixabay.com/en/building-european-union-flags-79221/

https://pixabay.com/en/flag-eu-europe-colours-blow-1463476/

https://pixabay.com/en/european-parliament-strasbourg-flags-1274765/

https://pixabay.com/en/videos/network-plexus-loop-energy-12716/

https://pixabay.com/en/videos/data-matrix-tunnel-technology-4001/

https://pixabay.com/en/videos/data-technology-green-matrix-4000

GO TO https://saveyourinternet.eu/ AND SIGN THE PETITION TO PROTECT FREE SPEECH ON THE INTERNET.

Forget The GDPR, The EU’s New Copyright Proposal Will Be A Complete And Utter Disaster For The Internet

by Mike Masnick

from the wake-up-folks dept

Today is GDPR day, and lots of people are waking up to a world in which EU regulations are having a widespread (and not always positive) impact on how the internet works. As we’ve detailed over the past couple of years, while there are many good ideas in the GDPR, there are also many ridiculously bad ones, combined with poorly thought out drafting, and we’re already seeing some of the fallout from that. But, believe it or not, there’s an even larger threat from the EU looming, and it’s received precious little attention: the EU’s new copyright reform proposal is set to be voted on next month and it will truly be disastrous to the internet. As it currently stands, it will require widespread censorship in the form of mandatory filtering and also link taxes that have already been shown to be harmful to news.

European Parliament member Julia Reda is sounding the alarm and asking people to speak out. As she notes, many of the folks now freaking out about the GDPR wish they got involved over two years ago when it was being debated. And if you’re concerned about how problematic this new copyright reform will be for the internet, now is the time to speak out (yes, even if you’re not in the EU):

On the topic of copyright, you NOW have the chance to have an influence – a chance that will be long lost in two years, when we’ll all be “suddenly” faced with the challenge of having to implement upload filters and the “link tax” – or running into new limits on what we can do using the web services we rely on.

In stark contrast to the GDPR, experts near-unanimously agree that the copyright reform law, as it stands now, is really bad. Where in the case of the GDPR the EU institutions pushed through many changes against the concerted lobbying efforts of big business interests, in the copyright reform they are about to give them exactly what they want.

Parliament and Council have had over a year and a half to fix the glaring flaws of the Commission proposal – but despite their growing complexity, the latest drafts of both institutions fail to meet basic standards of workability and proportionality

Reda’s post goes on to detail the many, many problems of the current copyright proposal — in which merely linking to a news site may require paying money (link tax) and where concerns about how that might negatively impact the entire internet are being woefully ignored. Perhaps even worse is the mandatory filtering idea. The big record labels and movie studios have, of course, been pushing for this kind of thing for years to get back at Google (mainly) and Facebook (a little bit). But, here’s the thing: both Google and Facebook already have those filters (and spent tens of millions of dollars on them). This kind of law fucks over everyone else.

And, it’s actually even worse than a mandatory filtering rule — because the EU realized that such a rule would violate other EU laws. So, instead, it decided to hack away at intermediary liability protections to make mandatory filtering necessary:

Make platforms directly liable for all copyright infringements by their users, and then offer that they can avoid that unreasonable liability if they can show they’ve done everything in their power to prevent copyrighted content from appearing online – namely, by deploying upload filters (Article 13, paragraph 4). Which remain totally optional, of course! Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

Tragically, the only remaining point of disagreement in Council is whether this proposal is bad enough, or should be made worse.

We’ve already spent years explaining how this will lead to widespread censorship online, but it will also be a disaster for basically all of the non-Google/Facebook platforms out there. Mid-size companies like Github have already talked about how this could effectively destroy its ability to operate, and lots of other sites would be impacted as well. Any kind of forum site would be at serious risk. Reddit, Pinterest, Twitch, Imgur, WordPress, Medium, Vimeo. This would create massive liability for all of those sites, making it nearly impossible for many of them to function in the EU.

Reda notes that a new draft could make this situation even worse in noting that even having filters won’t be enough to avoid liability:

Mr Voss’ latest draft expands the scope of the censorship machines proposal to all web platforms (a) whose purpose is to “give access to copyrighted content uploaded by users” and which (b) “optimise” that content. What counts as optimising? Among a long list of actions, we find that “displaying” the uploads already makes platforms legally liable for any copyright infringement they may include (Recital 37a).

And in his version, web services can’t even avoid liability by implementing upload filters. To protect themselves from being sued, they would need to get licenses from all rightsholders that exist on the planet before allowing user uploads to go online, just in case the upload may contain (parts of) any of their works.

He also claims that checking every new user upload for whether it includes one of hundreds or thousands of specific copyrighted works somehow does not constitute “general monitoring” (Recital 39), which would be forbidden – now that’s some wishful lawmaking.

As Reda also points out, most of the EU member states appear to be supportive of these horrible ideas (or even pushing to make it worse). What now stands between this horrible law making a mess of the internet is just the EU Parliament which is currently scheduled to vote on this in late June (probably the 20th or 21st). If you are in the EU now is absolutely the time to speak up. If you’re outside the EU, it also would help to speak up and let the EU Parliament know that this is a horrible idea that will have significant problems for the wider internet, free speech and innovation.

Sources: 

((((((((((((Mark Zuckerberg)))))))))))) faces European parliament: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L5xTvj_HCc

EU social media regulation: http://ow.ly/RqP210148C4

UK Government to regulate Internet: http://ow.ly/Oty11015spi

Woman criticising EU’s open border policy: http://ow.ly/2fMx1015s9W

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Europe in Collapse – Refugees Attack Police Officers at Migrant Center, ‘Allah hu Akbar’ Gunman Kills Two Female Police Officers and Migrants Discover New Route into Italy, 2,000 Arrive in 48 Hours

Refugees Attack Police Officers at Migrant Center in Dresden

Since the beginning of the refugee crisis Germany has received over one million asylum applications, more than any other country in the European Union. As a result of the influx, the authorities in Berlin have tightened migration controls.

Police on Monday were called by security guards in order to stop a food-related dispute between two immigrants from Georgia at a migrant center in Dresden. However, after the police arrived, a crowd of refugees attacked them, injuring two police officers and one security guard.

“As a result, about 50 residents gathered and attacked officers by throwing lit cigarettes, then kicking and beating them,” a statement from the Dresden police said, adding that one of the migrants tried to attack the officers “with an iron bar from his bed.”

Additional forces were required to stop the crowd and restore order.

This incident is yet another in a series of clashes between the police and migrants in the country. Earlier this month, the police endured an attack of 150 migrants, trying to “rescue” a 23-year-old failed Togolese asylum seeker from deportation. The authorities released the man in question at the time, however, after a subsequent operation he was again detained and then deported.

The clashes come on the heels of a scandal in Bremen in April, where a former official from the The German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees and his four colleagues were accused of taking bribes in exchange for granting around 1,200 refugees asylum, although they did not meet the criteria.

‘Allah hu Akbar’ Gunman Kills Two Female Police Officers, one Bystander, in Belgium in Suspected Terror Attack

‘Allah hu Akbar’ Gunman Kills Two Female Police Officers, one Bystander, in Belgium in Suspected Terror Attack

Local media have named 36-year-old Benjamin Herman as the gunman who fatally shot three people outside a cafe and took one woman hostage at a school in Liège, Belgium, on Tuesday morning. He allegedly shouted ‘Allah hu Akbar’ before being shot dead by police.

Shots were heard in the centre of the eastern Belgian city of Liège at around 10.30 am local time when an armed man opened fire outside the Cafe des Augustins on the Rue des Augustins, killing two police officers.

Belgian prosecutors’ office spokesman Philippe Dulieu confirmed the attacker in Liege was carrying a knife and approached two police officers, stabbed them several times, disarming them, and then used their weapons in a shooting rampage.

Dulieu said that the attacker “then took their weapons. He used the weapons on the officers, who died.”

National Belgian broadcaster RTBF has named the suspect as 36-year-old Benjamin Herman who was on temporary release from prison. He was known to police for petty crime such as theft, damage to public property, and minor drug trafficking.

The broadcaster speculates that he was radicalised in prison in Lantin, where he began his sentence in 2017, but whilst being allegedly known for violence by fellow inmates, he was not known for being associated with the radical Islamist prison scene.

Belgian officials confirmed a third person, a 22-year-old man who was in his car at the time, was also killed. A member of the Anti-Banditry Squad (PAB) and another bystander were reportedly injured.

The shooter then fled and held a cleaning lady hostage in the Waha high school. Police confirmed that security services arrived on the scene and shot the suspect dead, reports HLN.

Belgian broadcaster RTBF reports claims that a terrorist motive is suspected. According to police sources who have allegedly spoken to Belgian newspaper La Libre the gunman shouted “Allah hu Akbar” before being shot dead by police.

National media outlet VTM News also claims some witnesses allegedly heard the suspect shout the Islamic war cry.

Another official from the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office, who spoke on condition of anonymity with The Associated Press, said that “there are indications it could be a terror attack”, and the case has been taken over by the office which deals with extremist attacks.

An eyewitness video appears to show evacuation of the Avroy Boulevard with the sound of gunshots in the distance and people running for safety. Later footage shows a convoy of ambulances heading towards the scene.

Liège police will hold a press conference in the coming hours.

Migrants Discover New Route into Italy, 2,000 Arrive in 48 Hours

After a period of relative calm, African migrants have begun arriving en masse into Italy once again, crossing through Tunisia now that Libya has become virtually impassable.

Over the weekend some 2,000 African migrants arrived on the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia, many of them having departed from the North African country of Tunisia.

Over the past four years, Libya has been the prime departure point for African migrants attempting to reach Italy by sea, with more than 600,000 migrants successfully making the crossing in this period. People smugglers have taken advantage of the security vacuum created by ongoing armed conflict in Libya and the lack of a single recognized government.

Since last summer, however, migrant crossings have declined sharply after Italy struck a deal with Libya, offering to train, equip, and finance the Libyan coastguard and to work together to turn back vessels and return migrants to Libya.

The deal was endorsed by European leaders and has been credited with significantly reducing the migrants flows arriving on Italy’s southern coast.

Traffickers also struck a deal with the Tripoli government and Libya’s coastguard—backed by the European Union (EU)—began patrolling the coast and intercepting migrant boats before they could reach NGO vessels that would bring them to Europe.

This spring, Libyan coastguard vessels have intercepted a number of migrant boats, returning their passengers to Africa rather than allowing them to rendezvous with NGO ships.

In early March, one vessel carrying over 100 migrants on board made it as far as the Aquarius rescue ship some 21 miles off the Libyan coast, but was stopped before it could unload its passengers for transfer to Italy.

This past weekend, however, the same Aquarius ship, used by the NGOs Doctors without Borders and SOS Mediterranean, arrived in Catania carrying 70 migrants picked up at sea.

Pro-migration forces have also struck back at Italy’s successful efforts to curb new arrivals, filing a lawsuit in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) alleging that Italy’s collaboration with the Libyan coastguard has subjected migrants to inhumane conditions, beatings, rape, and starvation by forcing them to return to Africa.

The lawsuit was brought by the UK-based charity Global Legal Action Network and focuses attention on a November 2017 incident in which the Libyan coastguard allegedly interfered in efforts by an NGO boat to rescue 130 migrants from a sinking vessel.

As of mid-May, 25,338 migrants have entered Europe by sea in 2018, with about 41 per cent arriving in Italy and 38 per cent to Greece, with the remainder (21 percent) arriving in Spain, according to the UN Migration Agency (IOM).

During the same period last year, more than double (54,324) the number of migrants had made the crossing and about 188,000 at this time in 2016.