Mark Humphrys is a Snowflake and a Fawning Zionist

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Rebel media rarely cover the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The owner is a jew, but he seems rational and more concerned with issues affecting Canada like mass immigration etc.
They were quite critical of the MSM reporting on Syria and condemned Canada's support for the so called moderate head-hackers (which is contrary to Israel's position).
I didn't expect they'd cover Isr/Pal on there.

Perhaps given they've been critical of Canada's support for the Jihadists they're not as propagandised as I'd thought.

The owner once hooked up with the Neocon, David Frum, famous for coining the axis of evil phrase which Bush Jnr used.

This makes me very suspicious of him.

In 1996, Levant worked with David Frum to organize the "Winds of Change" conference in Calgary, an early attempt to encourage the Reform Party of Canada and Progressive Conservative Party of Canada to merge so that a united rightwing party could defeat the Liberal Party of Canada in the subsequent election.[72] While unsuccessful, the conference anticipated future attempts at a Unite the Right movement which ultimately led to the formation of the Conservative Party of Canada in 2003. Levant supported Preston Manning's United Alternative initiative in 1999, a more advanced attempt to unite the country's conservative movement[73] and was one of the leaders of the movement to create the Canadian Alliance as an attempt to broaden the party's base.[74]

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Dan Breen didn't support the Axis as such
I'd say he did support the Axis. Especially as a counter to British domination, enemy of my enemy is my friend logic. But also because he had actual support in his heart for the National Socialist regime in Germany. He kept a portrait of Hitler in his home even after the war, he called him the "greatest European" and telgrammed the Germans expressing his sympathies on Dáil headed paper. He wept when he heard of the death of Hitler. A good Irish leader who fought for freedom, not democracy.
 
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They were great folks. They lathered Dublin in posters saying: SIX DIVISIONS, SIX COUNTIES, SIX MINUTES. One of the best nationalist movements for the sake of them being so strongly republican. Unlike blueshirts who were too close to the pro treaty side.
They were definitely better than anything we have today.
 
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Ezra fucking despises Antifa, which...coming from a jew shows how bad Antifa are.
They can't even get jew adulation.
 
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I'd say he did support the Axis. Especially as a counter to British domination, enemy of my enemy is my friend logic. But also because he had actual support in his heart for the National Socialist regime in Germany. He kept a portrait of Hitler in his home even after the war, he called him the "greatest European" and telgrammed the Germans expressing his sympathies on Dáil headed paper. He wept when he heard of the death of Hitler. A good Irish leader who fought for freedom, not democracy.
I will look into this, but where did you read this or hear it from? I read a book on him that debunked the claim that he was an avid admirer of Hitler, saying it was all West Brit propaganda and I'm inclined to believe that.
 
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I will look into this, but where did you read this or hear it from? I read a book on him that debunked the claim that he was an avid admirer of Hitler, saying it was all West Brit propaganda and I'm inclined to believe that.

I'd say it was possible he admired the German side and Hitler.
IRA propaganda at the time was definately on the side of the German forces.
 
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I'd say it was possible he admired the German side and Hitler.
IRA propaganda at the time was definately on the side of the German forces.
Part of the Republican movement was- remember a lot of people were interned. The full on Pro-Axis stuff from the Republican movement came from this character called John J O'Kelly who also did this magazine called the Catholic Bulletin which is an treasure trove of information when it comes to Irish Jacobite history and the Pre-Norman Church but also advocated full on actual Catholic Nationalism (that term is thrown around a lot but this lad was very much that). He was elected for Sinn Fein during the 1918 in Louth and was though very anti-Treaty.

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They were great folks. They lathered Dublin in posters saying: SIX DIVISIONS, SIX COUNTIES, SIX MINUTES. One of the best nationalist movements for the sake of them being so strongly republican. Unlike blueshirts who were too close to the pro treaty side.
A bunch of screwy fantasists.

The party wished to create a fascist one-party state ruled by a leader known as a 'Ceannaire'. Aiséirghe promised full employment, an end to emigration (by making it a criminal offence to leave the country), discrimination against Jews and freemasons and the reconquest of Northern Ireland by the massive conscript army. They also promised to make the use of the English language in public illegal after five years in power[8]
The party intended for the state to stay out of World War II until the participants were worn out and then emerge as a world leader.[9]
It could almost be parody.

But on a serious note, if in some alternate reality such an organisation somehow managed to gain traction, concerned citizens would be justified, IMO, in machine gunning down its leadership as an exercise in pre-emptive self defense.

Their policies were little more than the advocacy of extreme coercion against the individual.
Threats of violence and coercion -- whether instigated directly or through co-opting the machinery of the state -- shouldn't be covered by free speech laws; they're acts of aggression.
 

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I joined Twitter a week ago to take on the Abortionist freaks. I must have been doing it well, as Twitter has already shadow banned me. This means they are blocking my messages without letting me know they're blocked. Anyway, before that I noticed that Mark Humphries was complaining that two fellows were picking on him. I even went over to his page to give him a bit of backup - only to see that his page is littered with fawning tributes to ZioNazism. I got into a discussion with him telling him I agreed fully about what he has to say about Clonskeagh Mosque, but not to make the mistake of backing anyone that seems to be against Islam. He told me that he supports Israel because he supports Liberal democracy, and that it is Liberal democracy that has made Europe Great. I said - Are you joking? Europe is in demographic and cultural collapse because of Liberal democracy. He seemed to have no answer to that and took the huff saying he wouldn't talk to a supporter of dictatorships like me. What a Snowflake.
He supports Israel because it is a strong nation-state with strict immigration policies to favour and preserve the ethnic character and culture of the Israeli nation. They give unwanted migrants two choices: Be impounded in a desert compound or take $3,500 and be deported. If he wants to define that as liberal democracy, that's fine. We should all work to have his vision of a liberal democracy implemented in Ireland.
 
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He supports Israel because it is a strong nation-state with strict immigration policies to favour and preserve the ethnic character and culture of the Israeli nation. They give unwanted migrants two choices: Be impounded in a desert compound or take $3,500 and be deported. If he wants to define that as liberal democracy, that's fine. We should all work to have his vision of a liberal democracy implemented in Ireland.
Has he come out and said that is his reason?