Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Austria: Muslim migrants, including bearded “12-year-old,” sexually assault 13-year-old girl at ice rink

The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take “captives of the right hand,” 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.” (33:59) The implication there is that if women do not cover themselves adequately with their outer garments, they may be abused, and that such abuse would be justified.
Meanwhile, the bearded twelve-year-old adds an additional grotesquerie to a story that is already full of them. Western authorities have been outrageously credulous in accepting the age claims of refugees who are not refugees, claiming to be boys when they are men. It seems as if even the slightest skepticism would have been “Islamophobic.” And so now we have bearded Muslim preteens preying on Infidel girls in Austria. Our diversity is our strength!
“Linz ice disco: 13-year-old sexually assaulted by four Afghans!,” translated from “Linzer Eisdisco: 13-Jährige von vier Afghanen sexuell attackiert!,” Wochenblick, January 8, 2018:
Last Saturday, as every year, the ice disco took place in the Linz Donaupark ice rink. A 13-year-old Austrian was sexually assaulted by four migrants and is now in shock.
As the “Wochenblick” learned directly from police circles, the perpetrators are four Afghan asylum seekers.
They rushed to the helpless girl and groped her in the genital area. More details about the act are still unclear, but still follow.
After the sex attack, the completely distraught girl turned to the security staff, who immediately alerted the police.
The officials were able to quickly locate the Afghan perpetrators, they have all been arrested.
However, as already known in advance, the main culprit is apparently only 12 years old – but already wears a beard!
If it turns out that his age is true, the Afghan would be liable for punishment.
A courageous security worker who apparently belongs to the staff of the ice rink, however, launched a Facebook call. He also encourages other girls to contact the police in case of such attacks!…


German police search for Iranian spy ring targeting Jews

German law enforcement agencies in four states are searching for suspects who are believed to have spied on Israeli and Jewish targets for Iran. Federal prosecutors have identified 10 suspects, according to a report Tuesday by FOCUS magazine. They are believed to have worked for the Quds Force, which is a special operations branch of the Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guards. Law enforcement officers searched several homes in the framework of the federal investigation in the German states of Berlin , Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia. Reports in German media about the investigation did not say whether the suspects are accused of gathering intelligence for any particular purpose. Several Western intelligence services believe operatives for the Quds Force carry out assassinations for the Iranian regime and are implicated in assisting terrorist organizations, including ones fighting Israel and targeting Jews.

School Teacher Obsessed With Islamic State Planned Attacks Against Parliament, Shopping Centres

A faith school teacher worked to radicalise his students and obsessed over plans to attack major landmarks in the British capital, a London court heard Tuesday.

A self-confessed “Loyal follower” of the Islamic State, 25-year-old Islamic radical Umar Ahmed Haque is standing trial for plotting to attack civilians and officials in London and targeted the Palace of Westminster and its Queen Elizabeth bell tower, and Westfield shopping centre, reports the BBC.
Among his significant list of potential targets were soldiers of the Guards, the iconic troops which protect the monarch in London, members of the police, diplomats, journalists, members of street protest groups Britain First and the English Defence League, and even other Muslims from the Shia denomination.
The Old Bailey also heard his physical targets included the London transport system, court buildings, and banks.
The prosecution stated the Muslim had become “fascinated” by the Islamic State. The court heard he had shown execution videos to children under his care at his Islamic Mosque school, aged between 11 and 14, and had even had them roleplay “scenarios of violent action against police.”
Alleged accomplice Abuthaher Mamun was also in court, charged with helping Haque raise funds for his plots. Also in court was 26-year-old Nadeem Patel, who is charged with conspiracy to possess a firearm with the intention of causing fear of violence.
Part of the evidence used against Haque is a bugged conversation he had with Mamun days after the Westminster Bridge attack in which he expressed his admiration for the attacker and expressed his desire to commit his own.

The case comes just days after the court day of 28-year-old Mohammed Kamal Hussain, a self confessed “simple man” who said he wanted to kill “smart people” for the Islamic State.

Germany: Sexual Harassment in the Regional Train - Couraged Witnesses Prevent Worse -- Iraqi Refugee Arrested

A sexual harassment occurred on Saturday morning (January 13) in the Regional Train RB 50 on the way from Münster to Dortmund. Two witnesses showed moral courage and thus prevented further harassment of the victim. Around 08:15 a. m. a 20-year-old woman from Münster used the RB 50 to Dortmund. On the train, a 25-year-old Iraqi man sat down and began a conversation with her. In the course of the conversation, the 24-year-old is said to have become more and more demanding in his conduct of the conversation. He later grabbed the 20-year-old's leg, according to witnesses. Despite repeated requests from the 20-year-olds, he did not abandon her, so that two travelers interceded and showed civil courage. The two men had become aware of the Iraqi's behaviour and then also sat down in the seating group of the young woman. They also asked the 25-year-old to leave the 20-year-old. The Iraqi is said to have threatened the 32 and 38-year-old witness with a clenched fist. Alerted emergency forces of the Federal Police arrested the suspect after the train arrived at Dortmund Central Station. The man, who is already known to the police for violent offences, is currently in the asylum procedure and lives in an accommodation in Lippstadt. The federal police initiated criminal proceedings against him for sexual harassment. The investigation is continuing.

In Germany, Almost Half of Lawsuits Against Asylum-Denial Successful

Some 44 percent of lawsuits brought by rejected asylum applicants have won in German courts, leading politicians on the Left to criticize the evaluation process for asylum seekers.

A remarkable 273,000 lawsuits were filed in the first nine months of 2017, and judgments have been handed down in roughly 100,000. Of these decided cases, 44 percent were won by migrants, while the numbers are even higher among those coming from countries such as Syria (69 percent) and Afghanistan (61 percent).
These statistics reflect only court decisions based on substantive content and do not include suits alleging formal or procedural error.
The Left Bundestag MP Ulla Jelpke used the high number of successful lawsuits to criticize the federal government in its review of asylum applications, declaring to the Süddeutsche Zeitung that “politically deliberate deterrence of these refugee groups” is leading to bad decisions.
Jelpke called on the Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees to independently review negative asylum decisions. “That could relieve the overburdened courts more than anything else quickly and effectively,” she said.
Among those who succeed in court are a number of migrants dissatisfied with subsidiary protection status who wish to be recognized as refugees. Here the issue of family reunification plays an important role, since the families of recognized refugees are permitted into the country, while the families of those receiving subsidiary protection are not.
Currently, almost all of the negative decrees of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) are being contested in court.
The total number of lawsuits contesting BAMF’s decisions in 2017 doubled compared to the previous year.

During the first nine months of 2017, some 20,000 asylum-seekers left Germany on their own accord, before they had received a judgment on their asylum application. The number of these voluntary departures was higher than that of deportations during the same period, which was approximately 18,000.

Scottish Leader: Using Mass Migration to Grow Population ‘Most Important National Challenge’

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced the government is working to change the narrative around migration to persuade Scots that the nation needs huge numbers of people from abroad.
Speaking at the launch of a Scottish government paper which argues for continuing open borders with Europe after Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU), the SNP leader claimed a population that is ever-expanding as a result of mass migration is “essential to our economic prosperity”.
The “stark reality” of an “ageing society”, Sturgeon argued, means she has “a duty to make the case for free movement no matter how difficult that is sometimes perceived to be”.
The First Minister’s plea for Scotland to remain in the Single Market and to have more liberal immigration controls than its southern neighbour, England, comes only a short time after research showed the majority of Scots would reject bespoke border controls after Brexit.
A detailed study published by the National Centre for Social Research last week found the majority of Scots surveyed are keen to leave the Single Market and have tighter restrictions on migrants post-Brexit, with two-thirds asserting the desire for Scotland to have the same immigration controls as the wider UK.
“Growing our population, and particularly our working age population, is perhaps the greatest national challenge that we face,” she announced.
“Over the past 15 years, EU migration has helped to turn around the long term decline in Scotland’s population and mitigate the impact of an ageing society. Over the next 25 years, our own projected birth rate will not be sufficient to grow our population.”
But analysis of previous suggestions that Scotland’s population must increase its economy to prosper has shown such claims to be false, with Migration Watch UK last year noting that “immigration as a solution to a pensions problem has been dismissed by all serious studies”, pointing out among other factors that “immigrants too will grow old and draw pensions”.
The migration policy watchdog said: “An ageing population is inevitable in Western societies where birth rates are low and health care is extending lives. However, this also means that it is possible to work for longer. Raising the retirement age is one of the most effective means of decreasing the dependency ratio.”
While Sturgeon warned Scots that their public services are at stake should the population not rise, migration-driven GDP growth has been described as a “Ponzi scheme” which lines bosses’ pockets at the expense of the environment and taxpayers’ quality of life.
The “underlying strategy” behind the pursuance of such policies is “to privatise the profits and socialise the costs incurred from increased population growth,” wrote Dr. Joseph Chamie, director of research at the Centre for Migration Studies.

Pointing out that while mass immigration results in increasing demand, consumption, borrowing, and profits, the former UN Population Division director said it leaves the general public left to pick up the tab for mounting costs for education, healthcare, housing, and crime.

Paris Metro Drivers Refuse to Stop at Certain Stations Citing Passenger Safety

Drivers on the Paris metro are refusing to stop at certain stations due to the high level of crime and drug use claiming that the areas may not be safe for their passengers.

Drivers working for the Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP), Paris’s publicly-owned transport company, say that several stations to the north of Paris have become rife with drug use and criminality and present a danger to passengers, French broadcaster BFMTV reports.
According to the RATP union UNSA, there are drug addicts and dealers seen daily on lines 4 and 12 at stations like Marcadet Poissonnier and Porte de la Chapelle with the later station also being a well-known place for migrants to camp out.
The union also says that the safety of the RATP employees is impacted in troubled areas as the number of violent incidents toward the employees has increased dramatically in recent months.
The RATP has also commented on the conditions saying that they are working with local police to try and clean up some of the more troubled stations, but UNSA and the Federation of Transport and Public Service Users, an advocacy group for transit users, say the measures are not enough.
Last week, both organisations sent letters to Interior Minister Gerald Collomb, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, and president of the Ile-de-France regional council Valérie Pécresse requesting “urgent and serious measures be rapidly implemented”.
The move comes only months after French courier service Chronopost announced that they would not be delivering packages in certain Parisian neighbourhoods due to danger to their staff.
While the migrant-populated suburbs of northern Paris have long been considered no-go zones, the violence and crime of the suburbs have started to spread into the northern part of central Paris in recent years.
Women in the north of the city have described being constantly harassed by men who often refuse to allow them into certain cafes.

Last year a “no-go zone” app was released for mobile phones which allowed users to look at sections of Paris and report crimes so that other users can avoid areas with a high number of reports.

EU task force to clamp down on ‘fake news’, but can’t define it. Calls EU control stamp for news “an option”

🔴 Follow live: press point with Commissioner @GabrielMariya and Prof. Dr. Madeleine de Cock Buning, Chair of the High-Level Expert Group on http://europa.eu/!CJ73CR 
On 15 January 2018, the High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) appointed by the European Commission to advise it on how to tackle the spread of fake news met for the first time. According to the EC’s press release, the HLEG will “contribute” to the development of an EU-level strategy, to be presented in spring 2018. The press release also stresses that:
The selection of members ensures a wide participation of expertise, a balanced geographical representation, gender balance, and a balanced view of both social media platforms and media organisations, civil society organisation and experts such as journalists and academia.
Mandated by EC President Juncker (unelected), Commissioner Mariya Gabriel launched the initiative to form the HLEG in November 2017, with a call for participants. It is combined with a public consultation, open until 23 February. The HLEG’s first meeting, chaired by Prof. Dr Madeleine de Cock Buning (who happens to be friends with the Dutch vice Prime Minister and Minister of Home Affairs, Karin Hildur Ollongren) was followed by a ‘press point’.

During this press release, both Gabriel and De Cock Buning made some rather worrying statements. Gabriel starts off by presenting the internet as posing “political, social, security challenges,” without explaining what she means by this. She does conclude the challenges need to be tackled, because:
they may not be illegal, they may not be new, but fake news is spreading at a worrying rate, it threatens the reputation of the media and the well-being of our meritocracies. And threatens to undermine our democratic values. That is why (…) we have to draw up approaches for controlling and limiting the circulation of fake news. We have to improve transparency, diversity and ensure the credibility of information sources (…).
With these few words, Gabriel paints a large, menacing threat to, basically, civilisation itself. So even though the challenges are suggested to have been present since time immemorial, at some point they have morphed into a threat “[undermining] our democratic values.” Presumably more so than continuing with the Lisbon Treaty after European citizens voted against the European Constitution. No example is given, nor is the need for ‘approaches’ to control fake news expounded. Nor indeed, what fake news actually is. But hold that in mind.
Meanwhile, Gabriel holds that the HLEG is the method to
discover the best ways to tackle the problem of fake news online and in other media, to ensure that we can better protect our citizens and our democratic values and all this in full respect of the key principles of the European Union.
This sentiment is shared by the HLEG’s chairman, De Cock Buning, who describes fake news as a “wicked problem“, which is to be solved by “listening to each other, to find solutions to this extremely important topic.
A topic where we need to balance: balance rights, balance the freedom of information on the one hand, but on the other hand the right to receive transparent fact-checked and pluralistic information. (…) We really need to be pro-active here and not wait until things really are going wrong. Thank you for all the trust you’ve put in us and we will really do our utmost to take it to some next steps.
Of course, no-one outside of Brussels has put any kind of trust in either De Cock Buning or the HLEG. That being said, there is something seriously wrong if something that is presented as an impending danger is confronted in the, quite frankly, amateurish way it is by Gabriel and De Cock Buning. “Not wait until things really are going wrong.” What things? How will they go wrong? What exactly is this threat of fake news?
Ah, there’s the rub! For when asked by a journalist after the presentation is done, what the HLEG’s working definition of ‘fake news’ is, Gabriel has to say that there is none. After telling the audience that it is a problem citizens and our democratic values have to be protected against, lest things really go wrong, it turns out that nobody can actually tell you what fake news is, other than… it’s not illegal.
Yes, [a working definition] is one of the issues the group will be working on, so a definition, a definition of fake news, we already touched on this this morning, during the first meeting, we have set ourselves the goal of looking at how to define ‘fake news’. We know that fake news has to be separated and distinguished from illegal content where there are clear rules in national and European law, but most fake news is not illegal. The group will specifically look into this very issue.
Today, De Cock Buning was interviewed by Dutch newspaper NRC, and was asked: “Where is this headed? An EU control stamp for real and fake news?” She answered:
“That would be an option. But we’re not striving for something like a ministry of Truth. That’s certainly not the right direction.”
This presentation is beyond worrying. The entire mechanism of the EU, its civil servants, its lawmakers and its so-called politicians will be mobilised to fight something – pro-actively no less – that is considered a great danger. But nobody knows what it is. They seem all too keen to chase a mirage.

The leaders of this witch hunt can’t even give a working definition, but they nevertheless know it is dangerous and needs to be fought. When people in power have so little idea of what they are doing, it can only lead to bad things.