Thursday, 27 November 2014

Voice of Albion: Liene Apine ~ Latvian National Front


Liene Apine ~ Latvian National Front

Liene Alpine is a Latvian Nationalist and member of the Latvian National Front (LNF).

She is Deputy Chief Editor of the LNF Newspaper DDD (De-occupation, De-colonization, De-bolshevization)

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Legion of St George

Nordfront - Resistance

Norway Resistance Movement


The Jackal’s Den: Chimpout (11-24-14)


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Monday, 24 November 2014


U.S. Statistics H.I.V


HIV in the United States: At A Glance

CDC estimates that 1,144,500 persons aged 13 years and older are living with HIV infection, including 180,900 (15.8%) who are unaware of their infection1.

Over the past decade, the number of people living with HIV has increased, while the annual number of new HIV infections has remained relatively stable.

Still, the pace of new infections continues at far too high a level— particularly among certain groups.

HIV Incidence (new infections): The estimated incidence of HIV has remained stable overall in recent years, at about 50,000 new HIV infections per year2.

Within the overall estimates, however, some groups are affected more than others.

MSM continue to bear the greatest burden of HIV infection, and among races/ethnicities, African Americans continue to be disproportionately affected.

HIV Diagnoses (new diagnoses, regardless of when infection occurred): In 2011, an estimated 49,273 people were diagnosed with HIV infection in the United States. In that same year, an estimated 32,052 people were diagnosed with AIDS. Overall, an estimated 1,155,792 people in the United States have been diagnosed with AIDS3.

Deaths: An estimated 15,529 people with an AIDS diagnosis died in 2010, and approximately 636,000 people in the United States with an AIDS diagnosis have overall3. The deaths of persons with an AIDS diagnosis can be due to any cause—that is, the death may or may not be related to AIDS.

Figure1: Estimated New HIV Infections in the United States, 2010, for the Most Affected Subpopulations
This chart shows the populations most affected by HIV in 2010. In that year, there were 11,200 new HIV infections among white men who have sex with men (called MSM); 10,600 new HIV infections among black MSM; 6,700 new infections among Hispanic/Latino MSM; 5,300 new infections among black heterosexual women; 2,700 new infections among black heterosexual men; 1,300 new infections among white heterosexual women; 1,200 among Hispanic/Latino heterosexual women; 1,100 among black male injection drug users; and 850 among black female injection drug users.

By Risk Group

Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) of all races and ethnicities remain the population most profoundly affected by HIV.

In 2010, the estimated number of new HIV infections among MSM was 29,800, a significant 12% increase from the 26,700 new infections among MSM in 20082.

Although MSM represent about 4% of the male population in the United States4, in 2010, MSM accounted for 78% of new HIV infections among males and 63% of all new infections2.

MSM accounted for 52% of all people living with HIV infection in 2009, the most recent year these data are available1.

In 2010, white MSM continued to account for the largest number of new HIV infections (11,200), by transmission category, followed closely by black MSM (10,600)2.

The estimated number of new HIV infections was greatest among MSM in the youngest age group.

In 2010, the greatest number of new HIV infections (4,800) among MSM occurred in young black/African American MSM aged 13–24.

Young black MSM accounted for 45% of new HIV infections among black MSM and 55% of new HIV infections among young MSM overall2.

Since the epidemic began, an estimated 302,148 MSM with an AIDS diagnosis have died, including an estimated 5,909 in 20103.

Heterosexuals and injection drug users also continue to be affected by HIV.

Since the epidemic began, almost 85,000 persons with an AIDS diagnosis, infected through heterosexual sex, have died, included an estimated 4,003 in 20103.

New HIV infections among women are primarily attributed to heterosexual contact (84% in 2010) or injection drug use (16% in 2010). Women accounted for 20% of estimated new HIV infections in 2010 and 24% of those living with HIV infection in 20091, 2.

The 9,500 new infections among women in 2010 reflect a significant 21% decrease from the 12,000 new infections that occurred among this group in 20082.

Injection drug users represented 8% of new HIV infections in 2010 and 16% of those living with HIV in 20091, 2.

Since the epidemic began, nearly 182,000 injection drug users with an AIDS diagnosis have died, including an estimated 4,218 in 20103.

By Race/Ethnicity

Blacks/African Americans continue to experience the most severe burden of HIV, compared with other races and ethnicities.

Blacks represent approximately 12% of the U.S. population, but accounted for an estimated 44% of new HIV infections in 2010. 

They also accounted for 44% of people living with HIV infection in 20091, 2.

Since the epidemic began, more than 260,800 blacks with an AIDS diagnosis have died, including an estimated 7,678 in 20103.

Unless the course of the epidemic changes, at some point in their lifetime, an estimated 1 in 16 black men and 1 in 32 black women will be diagnosed with HIV infection5.

Hispanics/Latinos are also disproportionately affected by HIV.

Hispanics/Latinos represented 16% of the population but accounted for 21% of new HIV infections in 20102

Hispanics/Latinos accounted for 19% of people living with HIV infection in 20091.

Disparities persist in the estimated rate of new HIV infections in Hispanics/Latinos.

In 2010, the rate of new HIV infections for Latino males was 2.9 times that for white males, and the rate of new infections for Latinas was 4.2 times that for white females2.

Since the epidemic began, more than 96,200 Hispanics/Latinos with an AIDS diagnosis have died, including 2,370 in 20103. References

Christina Edkins stabbing: New inquiry commissioned

The family of the savage who stabbed Christina Edkins claim their son was discriminated against!

No begging for forgiveness after the Edkins daughter was butchered by their Negro son.(sic)

The pathetic statement is included in a homicide investigation report...

The Simelane family statement reads:

A young life is lost, another ruined. Two families left with wounds. Our heart goes out to the other grieving family.

An incident that could have been avoided has changed our lives in a tremendous way.

Having read the heart touching report, we wonder if it will change anything in the future or is it just a paper exercise meant to put our hearts at peace for little while (poor you - ed). 

Our son was discriminated against by the system that was put in place to protect him. (What??? -ed)

The mother’s cry was not heard or taken into consideration until innocent lives were impacted upon - one totally destroyed, the other changed in a significant way forever (His future is only in God’s mercy).

Yet again we hear the same rhetoric: “lessons have been learnt”. We hope one day the systems will change, but who will make it happen? 

This is a question left unanswered; in the meantime more lives are destroyed and lost, families broken with no one to put back the pieces (through God’s help we will rise from the ashes in faith). 

We make a heartfelt plea to the Government to take measures to ensure corrective systems and procedures are put in place immediately to prevent the continued re occurrence of these tragic incidents. 

We also plead with the Government or parliament to sincerely look into changes that need to be put in place to prevent losing lives and the destruction of our children’s future. 

At this moment in time the family would like to request everyone to respect our privacy during this difficult time.

Birmingham Mail reports - A new inquiry has been commissioned into the death of a Midland teenager who was stabbed on a bus on her way to school.

NHS England confirmed there would be a fresh inquiry after it was requested by the family of Christina Edkins, 16, from Halesowen.

The schoolgirl was killed on a rush-hour bus by paranoid schizophrenic Phillip Simelane in March 2013. An earlier report found authorities missed chances to refer Simelane for mental health treatment.

A spokeswoman for NHS England in Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country said: “Taking this into consideration, as well as the family’s wishes, it was felt this case would benefit from a further review.”

Simelane, from Walsall, was detained indefinitely under the Mental Health Act after he admitted manslaughter. He had been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

The report by Birmingham Cross-city Clinical Commissioning Group found he had first been diagnosed with mental health problems when he was at school.
But, it said, his mother’s repeated attempts to get help were ignored by GPs and social workers.

Conservative MP James Morris recently raised the issue in the House of Commons
“The review was commissioned locally but has wide national applicability,” he said.“How can we ensure that lessons and recommendations are implemented nationally?”

Read the Homicide Investigation Report into the death of Christina Edkins here:

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Birmingham City Council hid links between Asian cabbies and child sex victims for 23 years

Birmingham Mail reports - BIRMINGHAM City Council ‘buried’ a report linking Asian private hire drivers to child sexual exploitation victims 23 YEARS ago, the Mail can reveal today.

Researcher Dr Jill Jesson was asked by the authority to look at the issue of child prostitution involving girls in care back in 1990.

The following year, after six months research, she produced a critical two-part report which showed child protection failings by social workers and other agencies.

Her report also highlighted claims that some Asian private hire drivers were linked to the sexual exploitation of young white girls in care, including some who had been cautioned for prostitution offences.

Yet when Dr Jesson presented her draft findings to a steering group, she was ordered to remove all reference linking ethnicity and the private hire trade.

Incredibly, her full amended final report was never published. A meeting planned to discuss it was cancelled – and all copies were to be destroyed.

The Birmingham Mail has now tracked down Dr Jesson, a respected academic and former Aston University lecturer, who spoke about her research and the missing report for the first time.

“I was employed to do the work because I think they thought I would be objective,” she said. “I was told to reveal what I saw. I did – and some people didn’t like it.

“There was a link between the sexual abuse of the girls and private hire drivers in the city.

I thought at the time I did the work that there was an issue with race. Most of the girls were white. I was asked to take this link out, to erase it.”

Recent child sexual exploitation scandals in Rotherham and Rochdale revealed how young white girls were abused by gangs of Asian men.

An official report into Rotherham, where up to 1,400 victims suffered sickening abuse, said many offenders had been private hire drivers.

Dr Jesson said: “Every time a news item has come on about sexual grooming of young girls and girls in care, and the link, too, between private hire drivers, I have thought ‘I told them about that in 1991 but they didn’t want to acknowledge it’.

“I think the problem has got worse and worse over time.”

Dr Jesson was hired by the council to conduct the Government-funded study into the health issues of child prostitution involving girls in care. She identified 20 girls in care at that time who authorities believed had become involved in child prostitution.

“It wasn’t called grooming then, it was called prostitution,” Dr Jesson said. “The girls were all aged between 13 and 17 and were all under the care of Birmingham City Council social services. Read more

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

NAMED AND SHAMED: 33 Birmingham dealers who delivered drugs like pizzas jailed for over 100 years

The Mail joined officers in February as they mounted a series of dawn raids as part of Operation “No Deal” at addresses across north Birmingham  

Birmingham Mail Reports - Police have named and shamed 33 drug dealers jailed for more than 100 years for delivering Class A and B drugs in a ‘door-to-door’ service in north Birmingham.

The Mail joined officers in February as they mounted a series of dawn raids as part of Operation “No Deal” at addresses across north Birmingham.

One hundred officers mounted four consecutive days of action that led to the seizure of Class A and B drugs, along with a substantial amount of cash and a firearm.

Specialist officers spent two years identifying the dealers responsible for running dedicated phone numbers which had been linked to drug dealing across the whole of north Birmingham.

Twenty-eight men and one woman were jailed immediately and a further four men were handed suspended sentences for supplying drugs.

The operation targeted street level dealers along with key individuals further up the supply chain.

Police have now released a rogues’ gallery of images of the No Deal offenders, many of whom were said to be making drugs deliveries like takeaway orders.

Inspector Steve Rees, from Birmingham North’s Local Priorities Team led the operation, and said: “We had a fantastic response from the people of Birmingham following No Deal, including increased community intelligence coming through to us and even firearms being handed in.

“We will continue to work with our partners to try to eradicate drugs from the city’s streets and help those individuals who wish to break their drug addiction.

“We are very aware that by taking action against a number of individuals, this opens the door to the next wave of dealers.

“We will continue to do everything we can to try to stop this happening and take action against those criminals. We need the public’s continued help and would encourage anyone with information about dealing or drug taking in their area to call us.

“I hope we have shown that we take all information very seriously and will act upon it.”

No Deal offenders sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court:

Shamshaire Ali, aged 43 and from Constitution Hill, Birmingham - nine years and six months.
Asdad Tazeem, aged 36 and from Bevington Road, Aston - six years and eight months.
Abid Nazir, aged 34 and from Bevington Road, Aston - six years and eight months.
Ruel Cunningham, aged 25 and from Bromford Drive, Birmingham - five years and 11 months.
Malachi Hall, aged 24 and from Duddeston Maor Road, Nechells - four years and eight months.
Zeshan Khan, aged 27 and from Crompton Road, Handsworth - four years and eight months.
Ahroon Alam, aged 27 and from Inverclyde Road, Handsworth - four years and eight months.
Mohammed Wasim Khan, aged 32 of no fixed address - four years.
Aminur Rahman, aged 20 and from Sandhill Farm Close, Lozells - four years.
Usman Imran, aged 21 and from Heathfield Road, Handsworth - three years and eight months.
Shazad Ahmed, aged 37 and from Norris Road, Aston - three years and eight months.
Jerry Nesbeth, aged 38 and from Charles Road, Witton - three years and eight months.
Faheem Ul-Islam, aged 36 and from Wheelwright Road, Erdington - three years and eight months.
Saleem Alam, aged 27 and from Iverclyde Road, Handsworth Wood - three years and eight months.
Joanne Lambert, aged 30 and from Duddeston Manor, Birmingham - three years and eight months.
Adeel Hussain, aged 21 and from Grove Lane, Handsworth - three years and six months.
Rameez Raza, aged 23 and from Grove Lane, Handsworth - three years.
Shoabib Chohan, aged 24 and from Tintern Road, Aston - three years.
Ryan Phipps, aged 25 from Fentham Road, Erdington – three years.
Mohammed Chohan, aged 24 of Westminster Road, Handsworth - two years.
Daniel Hwyl, aged 32 and of no fixed address - two years.
Orville Vendryes, aged 47 and from Orchard Road, Erdington - 18 months.
Shaquille Brown, aged 29 and from Station Road, Erdington - 18 months.
Anthony Harris, aged 54 and from Wood End Road, Erdington - 18 months.
Gary Moore, aged 45 and from Badgers Bank Road, Sutton Coldfield - 18 months.
Mark Phipps, aged 29 and from Kings Road, Erdington - 18 months.
Kirk Rathbone, aged 35 and from Oxhill Road, Handsworth - 18 months.
Clive Gayle ,aged 45 and from Newcombe Road, Handsworth - 18 months.
Lee Puffett, aged 35 and from Faukners Farm Drive, Erdington - 16 months.
Rasab Mohammed, aged 23 and from Stamford Road - 24 months sentence suspended for two years
Akash Khan, aged 20 and from Nelson Road, Aston - 18 months sentence, suspended for two years.
Craig Collins, aged 39 and from Avenue Road, Erdington- 18 months sentence, suspended for 21 months.
Lea Wood, aged 32 of no fixed address - 18 months sentence, suspended for two years.


Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Voice of Albion - Arnold Leese M.R.C.V.S. Jewish Ritual Murder pt3

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