Beating the bans! Isabel Peralta social media update

On Good Friday (29th March) Isabel Peralta was banned from YouTube and Twitter, without explanation, but she now has a new Twitter account @EvropaInvicta1

English-subtitled versions of many of Isabel’s banned videos are available on the H&D channel at Odysee

The latest video is from a recent visit to Athens, where Isabel found a stark contrast between the archetypal Greece – birthplace of Western civilisation – and the Greece of today, a territory completely stripped of its national, cultural, racial identity. In this video (in Spanish with English subtitles) Isabel visits both the glories of the Parthenon and the sadly contrasting disgrace of multiracial central Athens.

Click here for a regularly updated list of Isabel’s social media accounts

An English-subtitled version of Isabel’s new video, in which she discusses the basis and implications of Spanish nationality law, is also now online.

As Isabel points out, Spanish nationality law is rooted in the victor’s ‘justice’ of 1945, which led to the abandonment of concepts of nationality based on blood – the traditional jus sanguinis.

Readers might be surprised to discover that Spanish nationality law is today actively biased against fellow Europeans, and in favour of so-called “Ibero-Americans” (i.e. those whom Americans term “Hispanics”), even if the latter have no Spanish blood.

Another facet of the “great replacement” of Europeans!

But we should not despair. The European resistance is growing – and the courage, intelligence and loyalty of our European correspondent Isabel Peralta is a beacon of hope for our movement.

Isabel’s latest article for H&D appears in the recently published Issue 118, click here for details. A new article about the fundamental nationalist question of ‘Blood & Soil’, and the implications of the present European agricultural crisis, will be in Issue 119.

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