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British neo-Nazi comes out as gay, Jewish



A British Neo-Nazi said he has decided to quit the far-right group he has long been a member of after coming out as gay and admitting to having Jewish roots.

Kevin Wilshaw, a member of the UK National Front, opened up about his Jewish heritage in an interview with British Channel 4 aired Tuesday, and acknowledged the paradox of being a gay and Jewish white supremacist.

The NF has for decades been a marginal party within the UK’s far-right, attracting neo-Nazis, fascists and other racists to its ranks.

According to Channel 4, Wilshaw was active within the movement, and spoke at a number of rallies. He later joined the BNP, another radical far-right party, and was active with it as well.

Despite having “Jewish blood” on his mother’s side, Wilshaw said he wrote about his hatred of Jews on his application to join the National Front.

“That term ‘the Jews’ is the global faceless mass of people you can’t personalize it, not individuals. That’s the generalization that leads to 6 million people being deliberately murdered,” he said in the interview.

Noting he himself had long gone after both Jews and gays, Wilshaw said he did not realize the problem with his actions until he himself was recently targeted when suspected of being gay.

“It’s a terribly selfish thing to say but it’s true: I saw people being abused, shouted at, spat at in the street. It’s not until it’s directed at you that you suddenly realize that what you’re doing is wrong,” he said.

Wilshaw said during his years as a neo-Nazi, he had used violence in self-defense, but never sought out members of minority groups to attack.

“I’d never do that, but I have seen incidents where people were singled out because they were black by a group of people. It turned my stomach, I rejected that, I pushed it to the back of my mind,” he said.

Wilshaw, who continued to participate in far-right circles until earlier this year, said he now feels “appallingly guilty” about his white supremacist past and wants “to do some damage” to his former comrades.

“I feel appallingly guilty as well, I really do feel guilty. Not only that, this is also a barrier to me having a relationship with my own family, and I want to get rid of it, it’s too much of a weight,” he said.

“I want to do some damage as well, not to ordinary people but the people who are propagating this kind of rubbish – want to hurt them, show what it’s like for those who are living a lie and be on the receiving end of this type of propaganda. I want to hurt them,” he added.

Having now repudiated the far-right ideology he long ascribed to, Wilshaw said: “I am going to find it difficult, granted, to fill a void that has occupied my life since childhood.”


Aiding Transgender Case, Sessions Defies His Image on Civil Rights

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has dispatched an experienced federal hate crimes lawyer to Iowa to help prosecute a man charged with murdering a transgender high school student last year, a highly unusual move that officials said was personally initiated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

In taking the step, Mr. Sessions, a staunch conservative, is sending a signal that he has made a priority of fighting violence against transgender people individually, even as he has rolled back legal protections for them collectively.

The Justice Department rarely assigns its lawyers to serve as local prosecutors, and only in cases in which they can provide expertise in areas that the federal government views as significant. By doing so in this instance, Mr. Sessions put the weight of the government behind a small-city murder case with overtones of gender identity and sexuality.

Kedarie Johnson, a 16-year-old in Burlington, Iowa, was shot to death in March 2016. Family and friends told local newspapers that he was gay, identified as both male and female and occasionally went by the name Kandicee. Christopher Perras, a Justice Department lawyer, will serve as a county prosecutor in the case, according to court documents filed on Friday.

“This is just one example of the attorney general’s commitment to enforcing the laws enacted by Congress and to protecting the civil rights of all individuals,” said Devin O’Malley, a spokesman for the Justice Department.

Kedarie Johnson, a 16-year-old Iowan who identified as both male and female, was killed last year. The Justice Department is sending an experienced hate crimes lawyer to help prosecute the case.

Nine months into his tenure as the nation’s top law enforcement official, the nuances of Mr. Sessions’s civil rights policy are coming into focus. As a senator from Alabama, Mr. Sessions had spoken out against same-sex marriage and voted against expanding federal hate crimes laws to protect transgender people, and civil rights groups were livid when President Trump nominated him to be attorney general. They predicted he would reverse policies on discrimination, police abuses and other areas.

In many ways, Mr. Sessions has fulfilled those predictions. He declared that the Justice Department no longer considered gay or transgender people to be protected from workplace discrimination and reversed a policy encouraging schools to let transgender students use bathrooms that fit their gender identities. He abandoned objections to voter identification requirements in Texas and signaled that he would not try to force federal oversight on police departments suspected of abuses.

But he has also brought several hate crime cases, including one against a man accused of burning a mosque. He condemned white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Va., far more forcefully than the president. And he has vowed tough action against hate crimes, speaking aggressively in ways that few of his most ardent opponents could have predicted. He has tied enforcement of those crimes to his tough stance against violence, a cornerstone of his policies as attorney general.

“Hate crimes are violent crimes,” Mr. Sessions said in a speech in June. He has publicly applauded aggressive hate crime prosecutions, including one in which a Mississippi man received a 49-year prison sentence in the death of a transgender woman. That case was brought in the final weeks of the Obama administration. “No person should have to fear being violently attacked because of who they are, what they believe, or how they worship,” Mr. Sessions said.

During the Obama administration, the Justice Department pushed the boundaries of civil rights, routinely arguing for a broad reading of the law. Mr. Sessions takes a much narrower view. When civil rights laws say “sex,” Mr. Sessions argues, they mean only that — not gender identity or sexual orientation.

Critics and supporters agree that Mr. Sessions is more likely to pursue civil rights matters in individual cases, rather than trying to address larger, systemic issues, as the Obama administration did. He has promised to “punish any police conduct that violates civil rights,” for example, but is skeptical of efforts to force department-wide overhauls. He supports prosecuting those who commit violence against transgender victims but opposes reading the law in a way that broadly extends discrimination protection for transgender people.

“He has no problem with discrimination against L.G.B.T.Q. people in jobs, education and other facets of life, but will lean forward in this one case where a transgender individual has been killed,” said Vanita Gupta, the president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and the head of the Justice Department’s civil rights division in the Obama administration. “While it is of course good that D.O.J. is aggressively pursuing this case, it would behoove Sessions to connect the dots between his policies that promote discrimination and hate that can result in death.”

In March, six House members wrote Mr. Sessions and implored him to investigate a spate of killings of transgender black women. The letter got his attention, and he summoned one of his top civil rights prosecutors to a meeting about it.

Federal law — the one Mr. Sessions opposed in the Senate — makes it a crime to attack someone based on gender identity. Typically, civil rights prosecutors monitor news reports and other public information, looking for signs of a hate crime that would give them reason to investigate.

“That may not be good enough,” Mr. Sessions said, according to an official in attendance.

He ordered civil rights prosecutors and the F.B.I. to review each of the seven cases lawmakers had asked about and to contact local authorities to offer assistance. “A lot of concerns and questions were out there about how this was occurring and what we were doing about it,” Mr. Sessions recalled in his June speech.

At his Senate confirmation hearing, Mr. Sessions faced pointed questions from some of his former Judiciary Committee colleagues about his views on hate crimes, particularly those involving transgender victims. “The law has been passed. The Congress has spoken,” Mr. Sessions said. “You can be sure I will enforce it.”

Mr. Sessions has invoked that testimony in discussions at the Justice Department, saying that he gave Congress his word and that he intended to keep it, according to one person present, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe private conversations.

As part of its review, the Justice Department opened at least one hate crime investigation, helped process evidence in another case and sent Mr. Perras to Iowa to help prosecute a man, Jorge Sanders-Galvez, accused in Kedarie Johnson’s killing.

Amy K. Beavers, the Des Moines County attorney, told The Des Moines Register on Sunday that Mr. Perras had joined the case because federal prosecutors were considering bringing charges of their own. “The federal authorities are investigating the case as a federal hate crime, and so they would like to be part of the state case for seamless prosecution, should an indictment in federal court be handed down,” she said.

A high-profile test of Mr. Sessions’s views on individual accountability is looming. Last year, Attorney General Loretta Lynch authorized prosecutors to seek civil rights charges against a New York City police officer over the death of Eric Garner. Mr. Garner died in 2014 after the officer put him in a chokehold. His gasps of “I can’t breathe” became a nationwide rallying cry for protesters criticizing police abuses — a movement that Mr. Sessions criticized.

Prosecutors have been building their case before a grand jury, with an eye toward what would be one of the highest-profile police abuse indictments in years.

The Transgender Agenda – Normalising Madness



A frank discussion on the transgender agenda – a drive to normalise what is in fact a mental illness known as gender identity disorder, a disorder where an individual cannot reconcile their perceptions with reality. However those pushing the transgender agenda do not want to acknowledge the mental issues faced by those suffering from gender identity disorder, but instead want the rest of society to alter their behaviour in order to pander to a delusional minority.


Conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos is escorted to the University of California, Berkeley campus where he is expected to speak to dozens of supporters on September 24, 2017.PHOTO: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Milo Yiannopolous has tied the knot with his long-term boyfriend in Hawaii, the alt-right provocateur announced on his Instagram feed over the weekend.

In pictures posted by Yiannopolous, the couple apparently recite their vows under a tree, while in another they pour champagne into a tower of glasses. In both, the identity of Yiannopolous’s groom, identified only as “John,” is carefully obscured, with his back to the photographer in the first picture and his face obscured in the second.


“It’s official,” Yiannopolous captioned one picture, after the ceremony at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai on Saturday.

While the former Breitbart editor is openly gay, he has established a reputation for defying what he claims are politically correct taboos in the name of free speech, drawing accusations of Islamophobia and misogyny. He was permanently banned from Twitter in 2016 for his involvement in a trolling campaign against African-American actress Leslie Jones.

Among his targets has been the gay rights movement. “Gay Rights Have Made Us Dumber,” declared Yiannopolous in a 2015 article, where he wrote that gays should “get back in the closet.”

He told Bloomberg last year he generally didn’t employ gay people because he “didn’t trust them,” and has also defended Trump’s controversial ban on transgender people serving in the military, claiming they are mentally ill.

In a recent interview, however, he indicated that his opposition to the gay rights may be changing. He told Australian network Sky News’s Bolt Report in September that he thought churches shouldn’t be obligated to perform same-sex marriages, but believed that “having recently fallen in love myself, I don’t think there is a strong enough case against gay marriage in a civil sense.”

Though reticent about revealing the identity of his boyfriend, Yiannopolous previously claimed that the man is a Muslim and they’ve been in a relationship for 10 years.

In a February appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher February, Yiannopolous criticized the media for describing the alt-right as an “antisemitic, white supremacist, hateful, bigoted, racist, homophobic” movement, because he was a “gay Jew [with] a black boyfriend.”

German gay couples tie knot after decades of struggle

FRANKFURT, Germany (AFP) — Germany’s first gay couples to be married will tie the knot Sunday, after decades of struggle that campaigners say still has ground to make up.

Couples will convert existing civil partnerships or set the seal on their relationships for the first time in Berlin, while others exchange rings in Hanover, Hamburg and other cities.

Local authorities rushed to get weddings underway as soon as possible, after lawmakers voted on June 30 to give Germany’s roughly 94,000 same-sex couples the right to marry.

But German bureaucracy being what it is, government software will be unable to officially record two men or two women as married until next year — meaning some online paperwork will still register them as “husband” and “wife.”

“Finally our country is joining the rest of Europe!” said Joerg Steinert, head of gay and lesbian rights organisation LSVD in Berlin and Brandenburg state.

The Netherlands was the first country to legalize gay marriage in 2000, followed piecemeal by 14 European neighbors like Spain, Sweden, Britain and France.

But Germany made do with a 2001 civil partnership law, extended over the years to remove more and more gaps between gay and straight couples’ rights.

That was “a first breach in the institution,” Steinert said, paving the way for Sunday’s “very symbolic step.”

“We won’t be a second-class couple any longer,” Bode Mende, who with partner Karl Kreil will form the first couple to marry in Berlin, told newspaper Neues Deutschland Thursday.

Mende and Kreil, together since 1979, have for years campaigned for equal marriage rights.

The law now reads “marriage binds two people of different sexes or the same sex for life.”

By extending existing law to same-sex pairs, they automatically gain the same tax advantages and adoption rights as heterosexual families, avoiding the endless back-and-forth in some nations over adoption.

Along with the Greens party, the LSVD began its battle for equal marriage rights around the year 1990.

By 2017, same-sex relationships have become so normalized that polls show around 75 percent of Germans are in favor of gay marriage.

Unlike in France, there were no rallies of hundreds of thousands against the law.

“Lots of people were amazed by the end that it hadn’t already happened, asking themselves, ‘surely we have that already?’” said MP Johannes Kahrs, gay and lesbian affairs commissioner for the SPD — who himself will act as witness in a close friend’s wedding Sunday.

‘Thanks for nothing!’

Lawmaker Kahrs enjoyed a flash of fame in June, when he laid into the snap decision by Chancellor Angela Merkel allowing conservative MPs to follow their conscience on a gay marriage vote — the trigger for the rush to pass a bill.

Merkel explained her thinking changed after a “memorable experience” when she met a lesbian couple who lovingly care for eight foster children in her Baltic coast constituency.“Thank you for nothing, Frau Merkel!” he stormed, pounding the lectern in the Bundestag (lower house of parliament) with rage.

Her surprise shift in position — after 12 years of blockade by her Christian Democrats and their Bavarian allies — was seen by some as a cynical ploy to rob her challengers of a popular cause ahead of September’s election.

The chancellor herself voted against the bill, arguing that the German constitution still defines marriage as “the union of a man and a woman.”

“I still think it was indecent to delay for so many years, and the fact that she voted no,” Kahrs told AFP.

Even now, the conservative Bavarian government has put experts to work investigating a constitutional challenge against the law.

But Kahrs is confident that a case will never be brought — or, if it were, that judges would uphold gay marriage.

Long way to go

June was a bumper month for gay rights in Germany, as MPs also voted to quash the convictions of thousands of men convicted under a Nazi-era law against same-sex relationships which had remained on the statute book until 1994.

But there are still an array of issues familiar across western democracies, like blood donation or access to reproductive medicine, where homosexuals can be treated differently.

And the constitution — which forbids discrimination based on sex, parentage, race, language, homeland and origin, faith, religious or political opinions or disability — must be extended to protect against discrimination over gender or sexual orientation, Kahrs insisted.

“These are all things that we’ll tackle bit by bit,” the MP said.

“The important thing is that we’ve pushed through the opening of marriage, and that’s the signal everyone needed.”

Jared Kushner Registered To Vote In New York… As A Woman



Renegade Editor’s Note: Could it be that Kushner is really a female-to-male tranny? I have long thought that this could be the case, with Jared’s sloping shoulders and narrow frame. We already had a male-to-female First “Lady” with Michelle Obama, so this really would not be too shocking.

By Dawn Luger

According to public records, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is registered as a female voter in New York. Kushner allegedly checked the wrong box when he registered to vote in 2009.

The husband of first daughter, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner is president Donald Trump’s senior advisor. But he’s also registered to vote as a woman. According to The Hill, democratic opposition research group American Bridge first spotted the error, which Wired then reported first.

“Kushner can’t even fill out the most basic paperwork without screwing it up, so it’s a mystery why anyone thinks he’s somehow going to bring peace to the Middle East,” Brad Bainum, a spokesperson for the group, told Wired about the mistake. “Would anyone but the president’s son-in-law still have a West Wing job after repeated disclosure errors and a botched a security clearance form?”

This isn’t Kushner’s first problem with paperwork either.

Kushner, who has a vast portfolio of issues at the White House, has had to amend his federal security clearance forms multiple times to include meetings with foreign contacts. He toldcongressional investigators that the mistakes have been due to a “miscommunication” with his assistant. –The Hill

Prior to 2009, Kushner’s New Jersey voter registration noted his gender as “unknown.” Newsweek verified that the New York State Board of Elections has Kushner registered as a woman.

It’s not clear if this constitutes a breach of voting laws, but it is quite ironic considering the Trump administration’s claims of widespread voter fraud. Moreover, it adds to the already embarrassing fact that Kushner is registered to vote in two states—both New York and New Jersey.

However, it is entirely possible that this was simply a mistake on Kushner’s part, and he didn’t know about it, so he couldn’t rectify the problem. Either way, regardless of the reason Kushner is listed as a woman in voter records, it adds to the narrative that he’s incompetent and fails to follow proper procedures. This doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in terms of his ability to advise the president.

This article originally appeared on The Daily Sheeple.

Egypt arrests seven who raised rainbow flag at concert

CAIRO (AP) — Seven homosexual men have been charged with “inciting immorality” after a concert at which the rainbow flag of the LGBT movement was raised in a rare support of gay rights in conservative Egypt, according to Egyptian security officials.

The officials said the Monday arrests resulted from Friday’s performance by the Lebanese indy rock band Mashrou’ Leila, whose singer is openly gay.

They said the Supreme State Security Prosecution launched legal proceedings against the seven after authorities discovered they “raised the flag of homosexuals.” The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to brief journalists.

Egyptian law doesn’t explicitly prohibit homosexuality, so prosecutors use alternative charges including “immorality” and “debauchery,” which is normally reserved for prostitution.

Homosexuality is a taboo in Egypt among both Muslims and the Christian minority.

Polygamists’ lawsuit: ‘If gay marriage is legal, then polygamy marriage should be legal’

ACKSON, Mississippi, September 22, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A group of polygamists and a “machinist” who claims to want to marry his computer are challenging homosexual “marriage” in Mississippi.

Chris Sevier and others filed a federal lawsuit reasoning that same-sex “marriage” is part of the religion of secular humanism, and since it is of a religious nature, the state has no right to recognize it over other faith-based “marriages” such as polygamy, zoophilia, and machinism.

The belief that two men or two women can have a marriage is a religious leap of faith, the plaintiffs argue. Therefore, government sanctioning it goes against the Constitution’s Establishment clause.

“Gay marriage is not secular,” Sevier said. “Just like polygamy, zoophilia, machinism, and other forms of perspective marriage are also not secular. All forms of parody marriage are equally part of the religion of secular humanism.”

By sanctioning same-sex “marriage,” the suit says, the courts overstepped their constitutional bounds by favoring one religious view over another. Either homosexual “marriage” is unconstitutional and the state has no right to recognize it, or homosexual “marriage” should be accepted along with other marriage beliefs, such as polygamy.

Sevier joined the lawsuit when his county clerk would not recognize his “marriage” with a computer.

The lawsuit filed against Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, Attorney General Jim Hood, and Pontotoc Circuit Clerk Melinda Nowicki seeks to persuade the U.S. District Court for the Northern District to either stop recognizing homosexual “marriages” or start recognizing all self-identified “marriages.”

“This case concerns only what states may do under the Constitution” regarding which types of marriages they can legally recognize, the filing explained. “The plaintiffs are … respectfully asking that this court uphold the Constitution.”

“This is a war for the viability of our Constitutional Republic itself,” the plaintiffs claim.

The filers say the only kind of marriage that is “secular” and Mississippi should constitutionally recognize is between one man and one woman. Their 50-page complaint argues that homosexual “marriage” is not a civil right but should be recognized as “equally obscene and threatening to the community” as polygamy and machinism.

Three of the four plaintiffs hail from Salt Lake City, and the fourth listed both Nashville and New York addresses.

Sevier says similar legal action is being taken across the nation. Last month, a lawsuit was filed in Alabama.

In 2016, Mississippi passed a law protecting the Christian belief that marriage is only between one man and one woman, that sexual relations are only for such a marriage, and that gender is unalterably determined at birth.

That law was blocked by District Judge Carlton Reeves, but a Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals panel lifted Reeves’ injunction. Homosexual activists have now asked the entire Fifth Circuit Court to look into the law.

Fewer Young Men Self-Identify as Masculine

By Russ Winter

If recent YouGov polls are any indication, the Crime Syndicate’s feminization campaign is bearing fruit. Americans were asked to rate themselves on a scale of 0 to 6 where 0 is “completely masculine” and 6 is “completely feminine.” Interestingly, 65% of limping, crotchity, low-T old-timer men over the age of 65 say that they are “completely masculine,” whereas only 28% of men ages 30 to 44 and 30% of men ages 18 to 29 say the same. Among those under 30, some 13% put themselves halfway between the masculine and the feminine, while 12% say that they are at least slightly feminine. Only 4% of over-65 men say that they are all feminine.

This is even more pronounced in the U.K. Among British men ages 18 to 24, shockingly only 2% say that they are “completely masculine.” Among the entire male population, only 28% of male Brits identify as completely masculine versus 42% in the U.S.

The causa proxima of this comes from a multi-front attack. There is clear evidence that agents and chemicals in food and the environment impact males at the fetal stage. This would include estrogen in water. This continues all through the development and growth stage of the young male. Hormonally, by the time they reach young adulthood, many are in fact quasi-females. [See “Chemical Agents in Water and Food Supply Feminize Human Population.”]

The second attack is brainwashing and propaganda. Feminized, girly boys like Justin Beber are put forth as icons. It follows that since more young men identify as more feminine, this manifests itself in clothing and style, as there is a market for the metro look. This denutting process becomes more of a norm in society and culture.


We then see pussification programs in institutions like the Boy Scouts and schools where more aggressive games are banned [see “Boy Scouts Ban Squirt-Gun Fights as Part of National Pussification Campaign”]. Incredibly, we now see certain segments of society frowning on the distinction of being a masculine male.

Scientific research as to whether young women prefer girly boys over macho men is also illustrative. Studies found that use of contraceptive pills leads to a statistically significant number of young women preferring feminine men over masculine. Among users of the pill, there is also more inclination to mate (partner choice) with males genetically different, such as from other races or ethnicities.

However, when it comes to actual reproduction, the natural order returns. Women not on contraceptives then favor genetically similar partners and those more masculine. These hormonal flips bode poorly for relationship stability. Could all the hormone and chemical-agent onslaughts explain the growth of bizarre sexual fetishes, such as cuckoldry?

Thus, there is ample evidence that hormones from various sources are artificially working against nature and natural selection. It is also a form of transhumanism, which produces fewer straight heterosexuals and more gender confusion. All this is further amplified and normalized via organized propaganda, brainwashing and hyper-tolerance messaging.

The transhumanist neutering campaign is not just directed at white populations. Hispanics, who have traditionally been more macho and masculine, are being targeted as well. There is a movement afoot to replace Latino (Latina) and Chicano with Latinx and Chicanx.

This article originally appeared on The New Nationalist.



British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis called on a meeting of more than 100 Orthodox rabbis to be more inclusive toward the LGBTQ community.

On Tuesday, at his annual pre-High Holidays conference for the rabbinate, Mirvis also called for extra concern for other special groups as well.

“Every person is precious. Single parents, women, the unaffiliated, LGBT Jews – let no person feel they have no place in our shuls,” Mirvis said at the annual conference, this year titled “Every One Counts.”

His remarks came on the heels of the controversy surrounding Rabbi Joseph Dweck, Britain’s top Sephardi rabbi, who was nearly pushed out of his position this summer following his comments welcoming the growing acceptance of homosexuality.

Following the resolution of the controversy, Mirvis said he was “appalled” by the behavior of those who rejected Dweck’s teachings.

At the end of the conference, he said: “As rabbis, we have now a responsibility to carry the inspiration we have taken from the last two days and use it build ever more engaging and inclusive communities, which would be inclusive of every person,” the London-based Jewish Chronicle reported.

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