Monday, February 29, 2016

Swastikas and cocaine - Catholic priest caught redhanded

A video and photographs published by The Sun on Monday have landed a Catholic priest in Northern Ireland in hot water over drug use and a sizable collection of Nazi material.
The priest, Stephen Crossan, had invited friends over to his church residence for a wild late-night party after having been thrown out of another soiree.
Partygoers reported that Crossan drank heavily, and he was filmed snorting lines of cocaine.
Guests were also stunned to discover Crossan’s extensive collection of swastika flags and Nazi memorabilia, including uniforms and a Nazi-era statuette featuring an eagle carrying a swastika.
Crossan also reportedly put on a Nazi cap and performed the Hitler salute.
While he confirmed that the film was indeed accurate, Crossan contended that it was an isolated incident and that he does “not have an issue with drugs," The Sun reported.
Crossan also denied suspicions of Nazi-sympathies, claiming the uniforms, flags, and memorabilia were merely part of a collection of historical items.
“I’m no Nazi,” he said. “I collect historical stuff. There’s stuff from every country.”

Warzone: Migrants Riot And Use BATTERING RAM To Break Through European Border Fence

by Liam Deacon 

 Middle Eastern migrants have used a home-made battering ram in an attempt to force their way into Macedonia from Greece today. They also rioted and threw rocks at police, who retaliated with tear gas. The migrants managed to destroy a gate on the border with the Medieval siege weapon, which they had fashioned from steel poles. It is not clear how many managed to get through the broken gate.
Today’s violence is an escalation of disturbances seen yesterday, when migrants held a demonstration, blocking off train tracks whilst shouting “open the border”.
Macedonia began to close off its border with Greece in January of this year, as the number of migrants entering from Turkey continued to grow, far outstripping the million plus seen last year. According to Reuters, another 110,000 have arrived this year, mostly from Turkey via Greece.
Around 6,500 have built up on the Greek side since the Macedonian authorities said they would only allow Syrians and Iraqis through last week, blocking the passage of those from Afghanistan, North Africa and elsewhere.

Migrants mass on the Greek-Macedonian borders shouting 'open the border' as they block train tracks on February 28, 2016. - LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty
Migrants mass on the Greek-Macedonian on February 28, 2016. – LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty
Macedonia is just one of several Balkan countries to have erected fences in an attempt to reduce the influx of migrants. There has been a so-called domino effect, as countries including Germany, Sweden, Austria and Hungary have all partially or completely closed off their borders.
Alexis Tsipras, the Greek Prime Minister, has threatened to block EU legislation, including David Cameron’s “reform deal”, unless other member states accept more migrants.
“We will not accept turning the country into a permanent warehouse of souls with Europe continuing to function as if nothing is happening”, he said last week, adding: “Greece will not agree to deals (in the EU) if a mandatory allocation of burdens and responsibilities among member countries is not secured.”
He also withdrew the Greek ambassador from Vienna in protest at the lack of support being offered by other nations during the migrant crisis. Austria is now accepting only 80 migrants a day.
“Greece will not accept unilateral actions. Greece can also carry out unilateral actions. Greece will not accept becoming Europe’s Lebanon, a warehouse of souls, even if this were to be done with major (EU) funding”, added the Greek migration minister Yannis Mouzalas.
Syrian and Iraqi refugees trapped at the Greek-Macedonian border block an arriving train during their protest demanding the opening of the borders on February 28, 2016. More than 5,000 people were trapped at the Idomeni camp after four Balkan countries announced a daily cap on migrant arrivals. Slovenia and Croatia, both EU members, and Serbia and Macedonia said they would restrict the number of daily arrivals to 580 per day. / AFP / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI (Photo credit should read LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Syrian and Iraqi refugees trapped at the Greek-Macedonian border protest demanding the opening of the borders on February 28, 2016. More than 5,000 people were trapped at the Idomeni camp after four Balkan countries announced a daily cap on migrant arrivals. Slovenia and Croatia, both EU members, and Serbia and Macedonia said they would restrict the number of daily arrivals to 580 per day. / AFP / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI (Photo credit should read LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images)

No More Than Three Migrants In a Pool At Once In Switzerland

by Liam Deacon 

A public swimming pool in Switzerland has banned groups of three or more, allegedly in an attempt to discourage large gangs of migrants. Left wing activists have branded the policy an “apartheid”. The issue of recently arrived migrants misbehaving in public bathing facilities has become a hot topic in recent months across Europe, with pools in Germany, Austria and Belgium reporting incidents of sexual harassment, indecency, and even rape.
Now, an indoor pool in the small Swiss town of Lucerne Meggen has become just the latest to experience difficulties.
According to Focus, lifeguards have informed a group of migrants trying to enter of a new rule, that “no more than three applicants may simultaneously enter the bath”. The reasons, they claim, are related to the size of the pool and limited space.
Despite some horrific crimes, other pools which have sought to subsequently ban migrants have been forced to reverse such policies in a matter of days thanks to furious campaigns on social media and accusation of discrimination and even racism.
A Constitutional Law Professor at of the University of Base, Markus Schefer, told Focus that banning migrants would be discriminatory and illegal in Switzerland, but “it is permissible to define safety reasons and maximum occupancy”, he said, so long as the rule applies equally to migrants and integrated people.
However, a local pro mass migration activist who attempted to enter the pool with a group of Syrians has now compared the new rule to the violent oppression and segregation of black people in South African.
“These are states such as the apartheid regime”, blasted social worker Mirjam Müller-Bodmer.
However, the pool defended their policy, arguing that the it was enacted to protect rather the discriminate against migrants.
They said: “We value the security of asylum seekers. Because safety is important in the pool hall, the council has decided that only three asylum seekers can swim with an accompanying person in the pool.”

Sweden's Migration Industry

When you talk to journalists from the U.S. or the UK, they often seem to think that Sweden is a humanitarian superpower that has received refugees because the Swedish government is following some ideology based on doing good deeds.
That Sweden is a humanitarian superpower, eager to lead by example, is a myth that needs exposing once and for all. The recent migration wave to Sweden has made some people poor and and others very, very rich.
Every day one reads news in Sweden about the winners and the losers in the migration industry. One of the winners in Sweden's migration industry is ICA Bank. In November 2015, it invoiced the Swedish Migration Agency $8 million for providing asylum seekers prepaid cards. For every cash withdrawal, ICA Bank takes a $2 fee, and for every prepaid card activated, it takes $21. ICA Bank won the contract without any competition; its contract with the Migration Agency extends to March 2017.
Many asylum accommodations in Sweden are run by private operators and are making huge profits. In 2015, the 30 largest companies that run the asylum accommodations invoiced the Swedish Migration Agency an estimated $109 million. The losers, on the other hand, were the Swedish taxpayers who had to finance these decisions.
In November 2015, it was reported that Sweden's Migration Agency had paid $174 million during an 11-month period to private sector property owners for asylum seekers' accommodation.
Many of the companies running the asylum accommodations have a profit margin of over 50%. Defakon Renting AB has a profit margin of 68%. Nordic Humanitarian AB has a profit margin of 58%. Fastigheterna på Kullen AB has a profit margin of 50%.
The biggest private company running asylum accommodations, Jokarjo AB, is owned by Bert Karlsson, known in Sweden primarily as director of a record label. In the early 1990s, Mr. Karlsson was the leader and founder of a political party, New Democracy, that advocated reducing immigration to Sweden. Between 1991 to 1994, as a representative of his party, he sat in the Swedish parliament. In 2015, his company billed the Swedish Migration Agency $23.9 million. Mr. Karlsson explained his business plan for running a home for asylum seekers in a simple sentence: "My idea is to make it cheaper and better than anyone else."
One method he used to make his business more profitable is that asylum seekers have to buy their own toilet paper, apparently despite having agreed with the Migration Agency to provide asylum seekers with toilet paper, sanitary napkins and diapers. In December 2015, the Swedish media revealed that asylum seekers have to buy all these products themselves.
One can only imagine the situation for asylum accommodations run by minor private operators.
This is what the Swedish "humanitarian superpower" is actually about. It is all about money, and it is about winners and losers.
The companies running the asylum accommodations are becoming rich at the Swedish taxpayers' expense; at the same time, asylum accommodations are not managed properly.
Here are a few of the violent incidents that happen every day:
On January 25, 2016, the police arrived at an asylum accommodation in Annerstad, southern Sweden, after hearing of a brawl there between Syrians and Afghans. When the police arrived, according to their report, no one -- not even the people working there -- could speak Swedish.
In January 2016, there were reports that a ten-year old boy at an asylum accommodation in Västerås had been raped repeatedly. In February 2016, there were reports that a boy at an asylum accommodation in Maglarp, in southern Sweden, had been raped by two other boys at the same asylum accommodation.
If liberal journalists outside Sweden believe that rape is humanitarian, then Sweden has a humanitarian migration policy.
What is actually happening in Sweden, however, is that private companies are making millions of dollars at taxpayer expense, while the newly arrived migrants are living a horrible existence in which rape and other abuses are a part of daily life. This is what other European countries will experience if they follow Sweden's liberal migration policy.
Children who come to Sweden without parents ("unaccompanied refugee children") must, according to the Swedish law, be assigned a legal guardian. The guardian, instead of the parents, is responsible for the child's personal relationships and managing daily affairs. In December 2015, it was reported that there are guardians responsible for up to 29 unaccompanied refugee children, and who earn more than $7,000 a month. It is not, of course, possible for one guardian to take care of 29 unaccompanied refugee children. The migration industry in Sweden has created opportunities for people with no conscience to become wealthy. Meanwhile, thousands of unaccompanied refugee children are disappearing and no one knows where they are.
Another part of the migration industry that has grown of late are foster homes for unaccompanied refugee children. In February, reports surfaced that one of the heads of the Swedish Migration Agency also runs the private company, Starkfamn Familjehem AB: a business that provides foster homes to unaccompanied refugee children. It is not only people in the private sector are making money from the migration industry, but also people working inside the state apparatus who want to do well.

Merkel Doubles Down: ‘I Have No Plan B’ On Migrant Crisis

by Nick Hallett 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has refused to back down over her open borders migration policy, saying in a televised interview that there is “no point in believing that I can solve the problem through the unilateral closure of borders.” “I have no plan B,” she added.
According to Focus, Mrs Merkel said she was convinced she was doing the right thing, despite well over a million people entering Germany last year thanks to her migration policies. She said she was trying to redistribute as many of them as possible to other European countries – through the compulsory migrant quotas system – and claimed to be addressing the problems causing them to enter Europe in the first place.
She added that dealing with the migrant crisis has been a “difficult path”, but letting millions of people into the country was good for Germany’s reputation.
“This is a very important phase in our history. There is so much violence and hardship on our doorstep. What’s right for Germany in the long term? There, I think it is to keep Europe together and to show humanity.”
Calls have been increasing for the Chancellor to place an upper limit on the number of migrants entering the country. Members of the Christian Social Union (CSU), Mrs Merkel’s Bavarian sister party, have been particularly vocal in calling for a cap, with Bavarian premier Horst Seehofer saying the limit should be as low as 200,000 a year.
However, Mrs Merkel said she had no plans for any such limit, thus likely increasing tensions within her governing coalition.
Last week, the German government also admitted it had lost some 130,000 migrants after they failed to show up at the reception centres to which they had been sent. The Interior Ministry admitted that some of the migrants may have “slipped into illegality”, while others may have registered multiple times in different districts to increase their chances of being accepted.

BREAKING: Woman Holding Severed Child's Head, Shouting Islamic Slogans Detained in Moscow

A woman who was carrying a severed child's head near a Moscow metro station has been detained. The woman was working as a baby sitter, the source told RIA Novosti. She was holding a severed baby's head, the police confirmed. Experts assume the suspect might have been under the influence of drugs. She was threatening to blow herself up and shouting Islamic slogans, according to the video (WARNING: graphic content).

According to the reports, the baby's mother y was taken by an ambulance in an unconscious state. The body of the child was found in a Moscow apartment after a Monday morning blaze. The fire fighters managed to rescue four people. The woman was detained near the Oktyabrskoy Pole metro station. On the footage one policeman approaches the suspect to take her down while the others back him up. You can clearly see in the video the object that the woman was holding roll away as she is apprehended.The motive for the attack is still unknown. The nanny reportedly waited for the parents and an older child to leave, killed the child of 3-4 years and set the apartment on fire. Yulia Ivanova, senior assistant to the head of the Moscow Investigative Committee, said the woman was clearly mentally unstable and the investigators will carry out a psychiatric assessment to determine her mental health state. According to preliminary reports, the suspect is a citizen of one of the Central Asian states.

Foreigners do commit more crime than natives: A dispatch from Europe

By Sierra Rayne 

The politically correct mainstream narrative is clear -- foreigners do not commit more crime than the native population in Europe.
But this storyline is wrong, as shown by the most recent release of crime statistics from the statistical office of the European Union (Eurostat).
Eurostat provides data on the number of prisoners within European nation-states by citizenship. A close look at the numbers reveals a massive proportion of those incarcerated across Europe are foreign nationals.
In countries such as Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein, 70% or more of all prisoners are those with foreign citizenship. Similarly high levels are found in many other nations across the continent, including Greece (60%), Austria (49%), Italy (35%), Sweden and Spain (32%), Norway (30%), Denmark (27%), France (21%), and the Netherlands (19%), among others.
In general, the nations of Europe are spending an extraordinary amount of resources incarcerating foreigners within their individual territories.
But there are widely varying populations of foreigners across these nations. For example, during 2013, the share of non-nationals in the resident population was 44.5% in Luxembourg, 23.2% in Switzerland, 6.9% in Sweden, and just 0.2% in Poland.
Thus, when we divide the proportion of prisoners having foreign citizenship by the share of non-nationals in the resident population, we get closer to the real statistic we are looking for -- namely, whether or not the incarceration rate for foreigners across European nations is greater than their respective shares of the national populations.
And the answer is an unequivocal “yes”: foreigners comprise an overwhelmingly more abundant percentage of the prisoner population in Europe than their share of the corresponding general population.
In other words, foreigners are far more likely to commit crimes (i.e., several-fold, on average) than natives in each country with the sole exception of Latvia.
Herein lies a root cause for the valid concerns surrounding the massive levels of immigration seen within Europe over the past two decades.
Europe is in the throes of a long-term immigration-induced crime wave. Pretending it doesn't exist will not make the problem disappear. The only clear way forward appears to be (1) a halt to new immigration until prospective new residents can undergo a more rigorous screening process and (2) a mass deportation of the high-risk illegal immigrant population that has entered the region during 2015. 

The Next Syrian Refugee Crisis: Child Brides -- Why not make a problem worse by ignoring it?

by Abigail R. Esman 

Reprinted from The Investigative Project on Terrorism.
While the West debates the humanitarian problem of Syrian refugees flooding across its borders, the discussions repeatedly turn to the dangers they might pose: what if there are terrorists among them? How can we be sure? How can we save those in need of saving and still be safe ourselves?
Yet for many of these refugees, married off against their will, the terror has already begun. They are 11 and 13 and 14 years old. Some of them are pregnant. Some are already mothers at 14. Their husbands are 25 or 38 or 40. And there is no escape.
"Child marriage existed in Syria before the start of the conflict," reports Girls Not Brides, a global partnership aimed at ending child marriage worldwide, "but the onset of war and the mass displacement of millions of refugees has led to a dramatic rise in the number of girls married as children."
Indeed, since the start of the refugee crisis, UNICEF reports, as many as "one-third of registered marriages among Syrian refugees in Jordan between January and March 2014 involved girls under 18," with some as young as 11.
In many cases, these marriages are set up by well-meaning parents who believe their daughters would be safer in the asylum centers if married and so, less likely to be approached sexually by strange men. In other instances, the daughters are sold off by parents who can no longer afford to keep them, or given in marriage to men already planning to leave Syria in the hopes that, once the couple arrives in the West, the parents can then legally join them.
But girls married in their early teens and younger face dark futures, according to Girls Not Brides. They are more likely to live in poverty, often are physically and emotionally abused, are at higher risk for sexually transmitted diseases, and are vulnerable to complications during childbirth – some of them fatal.
The plight of refugee child brides, which some authorities now call a crisis, first came to light in October last year, when 14-year old Fatema Alkasem vanished from a refugee center in the Netherlands along with her husband. She was nine months pregnant at the time.
Alkasem's disappearance led to an emergency session of Parliament, and the ratification of a long-delayed bill that would automatically dissolve the marriage of a minor, even if performed legally in the country where the nuptials took place.  Under the revised law, the husbands of minors who continue living with their wives could be prosecuted for rape and deported. Where needed, the wives would receive special medical and psychological care and, wherever possible, placed in Dutch foster homes.
The impact of the case reached far beyond the Netherlands, where an average of three child brides arrives each week. With 15 million girls worldwide forced into marriage every year, and with child marriages among Syrian refugees skyrocketing, the problem of protecting these girls is now a global one.
But while the Netherlands has taken an aggressive stance to protect these young brides, who are often sexually abused, other countries are more circumspect, even as the crisis deepens. In Norway, for instance, officials determined in December that 61 underage migrants were already married when they arrived (including one 11-year-old girl). But it was the publicized tale of a 14-year-old girl arriving with her 18-month-old child and 23-year-old husband, also in December, that ignited public outcry and prompted new focus by the government on the issue. Police sought to prosecute the case on criminal grounds, noting that Norway's age of consent for sexual relations is 16. Yet others, such as feminist activist Unni Wikan, argued to the contrary, that Norway "might have to accept that underage refugees are married and have children." At this writing, the debate is still ongoing.
Opinions are also mixed in Denmark, where a January report of the country's asylum system revealed that 27 underage girls were married, including two 14-year-olds, one of whom was pregnant. Speaking to newspaper Metroexpress, conservative party spokesman Naser Khadir minced no words: "It's called pedophilia when a man gets a 14-year-old pregnant," he said. "We can give asylum to the 14-year-old, but we should kick the grown man out." The husband in this case is said to be 24.
In the interim, asylum-seekers under the age of 15 – Denmark's legal age of consent – are to be separated from their spouses and their cases reviewed by immigration officials.
But here, too, some believe that it is better to recognize such marriages. Prominent Danish imam Oussama El Saadi of Aarhus told Metroexpress that these marriages are "part of the culture" of the refugees, and so should be looked at "differently," according to the Copenhagen Post.
Whatever one thinks of such reasoning,  there is one urgent argument to support the idea that Europe should recognize these marriages, or at least find alternatives to simply rejecting them: the risk these girls face of becoming the targets of honor killings, murdered by their estranged husbands or even their own parents. A young woman who has been married – and especially one who has given birth – is no longer seen as "pure" in strict Islamic culture, thereby sullying her family's reputation. The only recourse, in far too many Muslim families, is to cleanse the family through her blood – or murder. Even if she were to be spared such a fate, a Muslim man would be unlikely to marry her in future.
These are concerns European governments must consider in helping these young women.
In the Netherlands, officials already are taking the threat of honor killings seriously. In an e-mail, Parliamentarian Aatje Kuiken, a member of the Dutch labor party (PvdA) who was instrumental in changing the minority marriage laws, said that special teams have been set up to focus on the issue, and give the girls extra protection where needed.  Hopefully, other countries will swiftly follow suit.
In Norway, however, officials are taking a different approach: providing classes for migrant men on the appropriate treatment of women. Such courses in European codes of behavior and ideas about sexuality and sexual norms, according to the New York Times, establish "a simple rule that all asylum seekers need to learn and follow: 'to force someone into sex is not permitted in Norway, even when you are married to that person.'"
Such classes currently are voluntary, suggesting that those men who most need them, those more inclined to insist on the social norms of their home countries, and who firmly maintain that their wives are their property, are actually the most unlikely to enroll. Still, the initiative offers hope and could provide a model for other states and the possibility of long-term progress – if not to change the lives of these young child brides, perhaps, one day, to change their daughters'.

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Muslim Refugees Stealing Shoes from German Mosques

by Daniel Greenfield 

While the native population in Europe is suffering from the influx of a horde of Muslim migrants, the local Muslim population is having its own problems with the new arrivals.
Refugees are not the problem, but the young North Africans who made the area unsafe, says Ahmet Yazici, a board member at the nearby Centrum Mosque.
With them there in his community, there is plenty of stress. It is not without reason that in the mosque prayer rooms, 14 security cameras have been installed, "They have even taken the phone from our Imam and the shoes of visitors regularly disappear during prayer times."
While it's not quite up there with the mass sexual assaults suffered by the indigenous population, lost shoes are an inconvenience.
Even Muslims are not too happy with the idea of lots of Muslim migrants showing up. Germany has a large Turkish Muslim population that is very nationalistic. So there is going to be friction with non-Turks. Which just adds another layer to the huge unhappy cake of multiculturalism.
Currently opposition among immigrants in Germany to migrants is higher than among the native population. Some of this can be explained by pointing to the Russian Jews and non-Jewish Eastern European population, neither of which is remotely thrilled by these events. But in some cases even Muslims appear to be unhappy with the migrant invasion.
If only because they're losing their shoes.
Mosque shoe thefts though are a real problem in the Muslim world.
The rising number of shoe thieves in many mosques nationwide has become a more frequent complaint for Yemenis. The problem has become largely commonplace, and people say a solution can hopefully be found for this soulless problem.

“Approximately ten times, my shoes were stolen from different mosques in the capital city,” Hisham Abdulmilk, 22, said. Abdulmilk is a Sana’a governorate resident.
“I have a number of friends who complain about the same problem. All worshippers expect their shoes to be stolen, even during Ramadan.”
Some worshippers abstain from praying at mosques because their shoes are liable to be stolen.

Once, when Ali Saif, from Lahj governorate, was praying at a mosque, his Cairo-purchased shoes were stolen. After that, he decided to stop going to mosques.

This story is similar to those of other youths concerned that they will lose their shoes while praying.

Some Yemeni worshippers put their shoes in plastic sacks and place them at their side to guard their property. Although many mosques have drawers designed for the worshippers’ shoes, the problem still exists.
Islam. It just makes you a better person.

Clinton Sex Assault Victim Breaks Silence: Are Things About to Get Messy? [VIDEO]

The Bimbo Eruptions continue unabated with Kathleen Willey (just one of the dozens) accusing Bill Clinton of sexual assault – AND WORSE.
If Hillary thinks she’s just going away, wrong again.
In an interview with WND , Willey said that “Hillary Clinton will have to have me shot to stop me.” She also outlined her new book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.”
In the interview, Willey said that Hillary Clinton ought to be prosecuted because of her role in Bill Clinton’s alleged sex assaults.
“Hillary should be criminally prosecuted as an accomplice to Bill Clinton’s sexual crimes, because she is the one who masterminds and engineers the cover-up by hiring private investigators to threaten and victimize the women who her husband sexually abused,” Willey explained.
“He can’t stop being a sexual predator, and his wife will never stop covering up for him,” she said. “For Hillary, it’s all about power. Hillary feels she has to protect Bill because Hillary is right to be afraid she will lose all her political power when the American public finally understands and rejects Bill over his sexual crimes.”
In addition to her book, Willey is involved in the Rape Account Project for Education PAC, also known as Rape PAC. She plans to join with several “well-known” Clinton sexual assault victims to launch a project known as “Women versus Hillary.”
This will make her go into more than a coughing fit… AND wait until The Donald really starts in on her.
My secret fantasy: Watching Donald debate Hillary…

France: Criticize Islam and Live under Police Protection

"You are sentenced to death. It's just a matter of time." This message, in Arabic, was sent by Islamists to Laurence Marchand-Taillade, National Secretary of the Parti Radical de Gauche (Radical Party of the Left). She now lives under the protection of the French police.
Marchand-Taillade forced the Muslim Brotherhood to withdraw, under pressure from France's Interior Ministry, its invitation of three Islamic fundamentalists to a conference in Lille. The Islamists in question were the Syrian Mohamed Rateb al Nabulsi, the Moroccan Abouzaid al Mokrie and the Saudi Abdullah Salah Sana'an, who deem that the penalty for homosexuality is death, that the international coalition against the Islamic State is "infidel," that Jews "destroy the nations" and that only religious music is permitted.
Laurence Marchand-Taillade published an article in Le Figaro in which she called for the ban of these Islamists with their "anti-Semitic and pro-jihadist message."
In the magazine Marianne, Marchand-Taillade then penned, along with the French-Algerian journalist Mohamed Sifaoui, an article calling for the resignation of the leaders of the Observatory of Secularism.
"I am the president of an association that supports secularism in the Val-d'Oise" said Marchand-Taillade to me in an interview,
"and for years, I observed unreasonable sacrifices and compromises from the National Observatory of Secularism, which has encouraged radical communitarianism by participating to forums such as 'We Are United,' with the rapper Médine, who has called for the 'crucifixion of the secularists,' the 'Collective against Islamophobia' and Nabil Ennasri, a Muslim Brother from Qatar. The president of the Observatory of Secularism, Jean Louis Bianco, gave credit to these Salafist organizations at war with our values.
"Since the first months of 2014, I started also to report to the authorities of the arrival of imams such as Nader Abou Anas, who justifies marital rape, and Hatim Abu Abdillah, who promises a 'cruel punishment' for women. Then I went to Lille, on February 6 and 7, where Tariq Ramadan and others were indoctrinating our youths" Since then, her life has not been the same.
How did she react to the death sentence?
"After a few moments of fear, I thought that if there are these threats it is because my fight foiled the plans of the Muslim Brothers by bringing them to light. I decided not to give up. Islamists began a long process of infiltrating all sectors of civil society. The concept is based on the written doctrines of Hassan al-Banna, the grandafather of Ramadan. Their flag has two swords and the Koran: indoctrination and violence are the methods to gain power. France is a country chosen for several reasons: it has a large population from North Africa; it is a secular country in which you can use the freedoms of democracy as weapons against it, and it had weak policies. The only way to stop the threat is to reaffirm secularism and absolute freedom of conscience. We can not allow entire portions of the French population to fall in the trap of hating the country where they are born and, above all, which considers them part of the nation. It is choice of civilization, while there is an attempt to destroy two centuries of progress for humanity."
What happened to Marchand-Taillade -- the 24-hour a day police protection she needs because she exercised her constitutional right to freedom of expression -- tells us a lot about France, where dozens of academics, intellectuals, novelists and journalists now have to live under police protection just because of their criticism of Islam.
It is not only politicians such as Marine Le Pen and Samia Ghali, the mayor of Marseille, and not only judges such as Albert Lévy, who has conducted investigations on Islamic fundamentalists.
The most famous is Michel Houellebecq, author of the novel Submission, who lives under the protection of the gendarmerie since he published his last novel. There is also haute protection ("high protection") for Éric Zemmour, the author of Le Suicide Français. Two policemen follow him wherever he goes -- including to court, where Muslim organizations tried to defame him and his work, and silence him, by accusing him of "Islamophobia."
Charlie Hebdo's director, "Riss," and the remaining cartoonists live under police protection, and their new offices are in an undisclosed location. My friend Robert Redeker, a professor of philosophy condemned to death in 2006 by Islamists for an article he wrote in Le Figaro, still lives like a fugitive, as if he is a political prisoner in his own country. His conferences and courses have been canceled, his house sold, his father's funeral celebrated in secrecy, and his daughter's wedding organized by the police.
Mohammed Sifaoui, who lived undercover in a French cell of al Qaeda and has written a shocking book, Combattre le terrorisme islamiste ("Combat Islamist Terrorism") also lives under police protection. His photo and name appear on jihadi websites next to the word murtad ("apostate").
The French philosopher and essayst, Michel Onfray, just withdrew the planned publication of an essay critical of Islam, He claims that "no debate is possible" in the country after the November 13 attacks in Paris (his book has just been published in my country, Italy).
Frédéric Haziza, a radio journalist and author for the magazine Le Canard Enchaîné, has been the target of threats from Islamists, and is under protection, as is Philippe Val, the former director of Charlie Hebdo and France Inter, who decided to publish the Mohammed cartoons in 2006. The Franco-Algerian journalist Zineb Rhazaoui is always surrounded by six policemen, as is the brave imam Hassen Chalgoumi, who is protected as if he were a head of state.
In Britain, the 1989 fatwa against Salman Rushdie eliminated any doubt among scholars and journalists whether it was appropriate or not to criticize Islam. In the Netherlands, it was enough to shoot dead Theo Van Gogh for having made a film, Submission, about a woman abused in a forced marriage. Dutch MP Geert Wilders had to debate wearing bulletproof vests and Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who wrote Submission's script, fled the country and found a refuge in the U.S. In Sweden, that artist Lars Vilks now lives like a shadow. In Denmark, the headquarters of the Jyllands Posten newspaper, which published the original Mohammed cartoons, has a barbed wire fence two meters high and one kilometer long. It has become like a U.S. embassy in the Middle East.
In France, hunting season is still open for critics of Islam, even after the decimation of Charlie Hebdo's brave artists. But for how long?

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Radical Islamist TV Channel Funded By UK Treasury Tax Breaks

A radical Islamic television channel run by an anti-Semetic Salfist hate preacher has been partially funded by tax breaks from the UK Treasury. Regulators have slammed the channel for broadcasting virulently anti-Semitic material, blaming the Jews for the holocaust, and a British charity that funds the channel is under investigation. Peace TV is a 24-hour satellite station run by Zakir Naik, a hate preacher who was banned from the UK in 2010 by the Home secretary for statements that were “on their face supportive of Osama bin Laden, anti-Jewish and otherwise unacceptable”. He has also endorsed the killing of ex-Muslims. His channel broadcasts to almost 100 million people worldwide from a studio in Dubai, but is funded by a charity called the Islamic Research Foundation International (IRFI) based in Birmingham, England. The British charity seems to exist for little else other than funding the radical channel. Last year, it gave more than £770,000 of its £972,000 income “to support Peace TV”, and more than £1 million from an income of £1,158,811 the year before. Furthermore, thanks to its charitable status, the IRFI received £77,000 last year in gift aid tax relief donations, courtesy of the British taxpayer. This week Peace TV was slammed by Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator, for screening a series of racist lectures by a scholar who referred to Jews as a “cursed race”, the Times reports. They said the comments could be deemed “hate speech”. Anti-Semitism, however, is nothing new to Peace TV. Mr. Naik, who is also the channel’s main English-language presenter, is well known for his animosity towards the Jewish people.

Germany Spends At Least €10 Million Deporting Illegal Migrants

by Chris Tomlinson 

Germany’s federal and state governments have budgeted 10 million euros to help failed migrants return to their homelands, although the real cost may be far higher. Authorities have had a programme in place for years to give money to rejected asylum seekers and others who wish to go back to their native land. While the program has been around for a while the government is now trying to draw attention to it due to the current influx of migrants, hoping that many will decide to go home rather than stay in Germany.
Just this week 125 Afghans were sent back to their home country. The symbolic gesture by the German federal government is meant to make current migrants think about returning to their homelands instead of staying in Germany. Figures recently released by Spiegel Online show the various sums migrants get to return home.
The first cost is obviously travel. Most migrants from the Middle East and Central Asia are often given one way plane tickets, usually to the capital city of the country though sometimes they are given train tickets or even 250 euros worth of fuel in the case of migrants from countries like Albania or Bosnia.
Each migrant then receives what is called travel aid. This is 200 euros for anyone over the age of twelve and 100 euros for any children. There has been some abuse of this by migrants from the western Balkan states like Kosovo and Albania leading to a suspension of payments after large amounts of people saw the scheme as a way to travel to Germany with multiple children, earn a few hundred euros and go right back to their country almost like getting paid to go on holiday.
Another scheme is called “jump start.” For many migrants from selected countries, they receive 500 euros per person regardless of whether they are an adult or not. Migrants from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Nigeria, Pakistan and Ghana all qualify for this program though currently Syrians do not and receive far less money.
Many migrants from these countries tend to have large families and costs can add up quickly if a family of six or seven wishes to return they could be looking at a windfall of 3,000 to 4,000 euros. This programme is also not available for migrants from the western Balkans region due to the already existing abuse of the travel aid.
The cost of these programmes is paid for by German state and federal governments who have currently budgeted 10.1 million euros for migrants who wish to return home. If every migrant who came last year wished to take advantage of the program the cost would be much large, with at least 600 million euros for jump start costs alone.
The budget for the European Asylum, Migration and Integration fund is much larger at 3.1 billion Euros and would more than likely cover most of the costs if every migrant wished to return home.
The costs of accommodating migrants in Germany is much higher than sending them back to their countries leading to the push to get many to return home voluntarily. The IFO institute calculated that residence and care costs alone for migrants total 21 billion euros for the German taxpayer.
Estimated costs of integration and training run the numbers even higher with some reports that countries like Sweden will see a cost of 43 billion pounds and others debunking the idea that migrants will be a boon to the economy as many politicians had promised at the beginning of the crisis.

Germany Should Take Half of All Migrants in EU, Says Green Party Mayor

by Nick Hallett 

Germany should accept half of all the migrants that enter the European Union, a left wing mayor has said. Boris Palmer, mayor of the city of Tübingen and member of the German Green Party, said that if other EU member states refuse to take their mandatory quotas of migrants, Germany should step up and take the surplus.
In an interview with Die Welt, Mr Palmer said for each migrant any EU state accepts, Germany should accept another. “Thus we would bear 50 per cent of the task,” he claimed.
He denied, however, that he was doing this for cynical political gain. When asked whether he saw all the newly-arrived migrants as potential future Green voters, he responded: “I have not had any thoughts about that. What concerns me is another question: can we integrate refugees into the labour market?”
His comments will likely anger many Germans who are becoming increasingly frustrated at the huge level of immigration into the country.
A recent survey found that 81 per cent of Germans think Chancellor Angela Merkel has “mishandled” the crisis by effectively telling potential migrants that all would be welcomed. Figures vary, but all sources agree that well over a million people came to Germany in 2015, causing social tensions and resentment.
A senior manager in the country’s Federal Employment Agency has also warned that the German economy can only absorb up to 350,000 new arrivals per year, with the rest likely to have to live on state benefits at the tax payer’s expense.
Detlef Scheele said that Germany should not have too high expectations” of migrants finding work and that “if things go well, maybe ten percent in the first year after entry will have a job, after five years, half, after 15 years 70 percent”.

Shocking claims Tony Blair led a mass migration conspiracy to ensure Labour's rule

TONY Blair betrayed Britain for his own political ends by overseeing a massive conspiracy to flood the country with millions of migrants, an explosive book has claimed. The controversial Prime Minister cynically dismantled UK border controls so that two million migrants could settle in the country - and vote for him in future elections. He then gagged Labour officials and his most senior ministers, telling them not to discuss immigration in public under any circumstances for fear of a backlash, it is alleged. The Labour leader knew the British people would ferociously oppose his conspiracy if they realised what was happening. So he banned politicians from discussing even the positive aspects of immigration in case doing so brought the public’s attention to the huge numbers of people entering the country from abroad, the book claims.The disturbing conspiracy claims have been put forward by award winning investigative journalist Tom Bower, who interviewed 200 MPs, ministers and civil servants from the Blair years to build up a picture of his Government. Shocking interviews claim to show how the former prime minister betrayed the electorate for political and ideological reasons, with one saying he “shudders” at the thought that such a man was ever trusted with running the country. They also accuse Blair of hushed up members of his own party as he carried out a great multiculturalism experiment without the permission or backing of the British people. Blair and Labour had barely mentioned immigration in their campaigning ahead of the 1997 election, and did not actively portray themselves as pro-immigration. But as soon as he had the keys to Downing Street the book reveals the new Prime Minister ordered border chiefs to open the floodgates, even telling them to reclassify unskilled asylum seekers as people moving to Britain for work so that he could drum up the economic benefits of mass migration. He also appointed a fervently pro-immigration minister to the border control brief, who astonishingly ruled against deporting failed asylum seekers because it would be too “emotional” for them, it is claimed. As a result Britain’s population was swelled with more than two million foreigners during the Blair years, the vast majority of whom would back the Labour party who let them in and lavished them with benefits at future elections. According to the claims the aim of the project was to make the country “see the benefit of a multicultural society”. Government insiders have also said that Blair did not see it as his job to “control immigration” to Britain. But the controversial leader knew his conspiracy was against the British people’s wishes from the very start, telling ministers and officials: “Don’t mention the advantages of immigration in public because they won’t even want that.” Instead he quietly relaxed rules on allowing foreign spouses and students in and effectively opened up an asylum seeker free-for-all in which nobody was ever deported, even if their application to stay in the UK failed. The book says 350,000 asylum seekers benefited this way. In 2002 alone, Blair gave the go-ahead for 150,000 work permits with most of the recipients, including the unskilled, going on to become UK citizens. Some of the most shocking revelations centre around the role of former immigration minister Barbara Roche, who was handpicked for the role by Blair and served from 1999 to 2001. During this period she quietly adopted policies – with her leader’s approval – that dramatically changed the face of the UK forever. Upon her appointment, it is said she told a senior immigration official: “Asylum seekers should be allowed to stay in Britain. Removal takes too long and it’s emotional.” She changed the rules to allow more work permits to be issued, especially to people who would previously have been considered asylum seekers. Stephen Boys Smith, who was then head of the Home Office’s immigration directorate, said: “It was clear that Roche wanted more immigrants to come to Britain. She didn’t see her job as controlling entry into Britain, but by looking at the wider picture in a ‘holistic way’ she wanted us to see the benefit of a multicultural society.” Former Labour speech writer Andrew Neather allegedly told the author of the book that the aim was to “rub the right’s nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date”. According to the book an extraordinary row between then Home Secretary, Jack Straw, and Blair illustrated the divisions within the Government. Mr Straw reportedly asked the then-prime minister: “Isn’t immigration the sort of issue which can blow up in our face?” But Blair simply replied: “Immigration won’t be an issue. Immigration is good for Britain.” The revelations come as Britain prepares for a referendum on its membership of the EU, to take place on June 23. Immigration is expected to form a key part of the debate, with Europe undergoing an unprecedented migration crisis which has brought the Schengen zone to the brink of collapse. The Blair government oversaw mass migration from eastern European countries who gained membership of the 28-nation bloc and there are concerns that Turkish citizens could gain the right to move to Britain when they are granted visa-free travel within the EU from October. has contacted Tony Blair’s office for comment.

 The book Broken Vows: Tony Blair - The Tragedy of Power will be out on March 3.

20 Arrested: Muslim Migrants ATTACK Refugee Centre Workers After Their Weekly Entitlement Payment is Delayed

The payments were delayed because many of these migrants had “violated house rules.” One can only imagine …… Paying off the hordes with jizya payments is bad enough. But with multiple names, multiple papers, “there are indications that some men were wrongly drawing several asylum benefits – payments.” And thousands more pour into Europe daily. And anyone who opposes the invasion is a “hater” and “islamophobe.” The fact is, anyone who opposes this hostile invasion is a rational human being.

This translation based on article in ‘De Standaard”:
German police arrest 20 persons after fight in asylum shelter: German police have arrested 20 asylum seekers after a fight between residents and staff of a refugee-shelter in Burscheid ( North Rhine- Westphalia ) . The quarrel had arisen after workers decided to postpone the payment of the weekly pocket money, because some residents had repeatedly violated the house rules, police said Thursday. Eventually, 20 young men grabbed their stuff and wanted to leave the residence to ” collect ” the money in another refugee camp. Employees of the residence alerted the police .

Berlin Migrant Centre Head Charged with Corruption

by Chris Tomlinson 

One of the heads of the agency that runs Berlin’s migrant centres has been arrested on charges of corruption. The unnamed official, who works for the infamous LaGeSo agency, is charged with taking bribes from security companies who provide services at asylum homes. The news came as Berlin’s state prosecutor announced that along with the government official, the managing director of the security company in question was also brought up on charges and arrested. Two other employees of the security firm are also under investigation reports Spiegel Online.
The head of the LaGeSo branch is said to have given out contracts for the security of various asylum homes across the city to a specific company and pressured the centres to accept only one specific security company in order to receive funding from the Berlin city government.
It is also alleged that the LaGeSo head accumulated cash in the order of 5,000 to 10000 euros more than once last year and possibly as a “commission” from the company after being awarded a successful contract. The 48-year-old bureaucrat’s home was also searched and authorities claim to have found a safe with over 51,000 euros inside.
Police also seized documents from the home along with a car, computers and other electronic devices like smart phones.
Prosecutors in the case have accused the organization of taking regular bribes saying: “It’s about commercial bribery, it can be seen already that this is not an isolated incident, but regular payments.”
A spokesperson for LaGeSo made a statement in response to the arrests saying: “The State office for Health and Social Affairs was informed today about the fact that police and prosecutors have begun an investigation against an employee of LaGeSo and have searched his work office and home. The employee was released of their duties at LaGeSo today. The State office and Senate support the investigating authorities fully in their work.”
The agency has come under fire in the past for its lack of efficiency in dealing with the growing migrant population. The New York Times wrote an article about the agency last November showing that the government agency was in a constant state of chaos trying to accommodate new migrants and care for existing ones. Various images circulated of migrants waiting in long lines for food and aid.
These images inspired one migrant helper organization to try and garner sympathy for the migrants in Berlin by fabricating a story that a migrant had frozen to death while waiting in one of the long lines for aid. Breitbart reported that the entire story turned out to be a fake after the man involved cut himself off from all friends and acquaintances when questioned. It wasn’t until police checked up on him that he finally came clean and admitted the story had been a lie.

Cologne Students Adopt Conservative Views after New Year’s Eve Sex Assaults

by Chris Tomlinson 

An online political poll at a German university has revealed broad support for right wing ideas among students. The poll conducted at the University of Cologne has shocked the general student committee who expected that like most universities there would be a much more pro-left wing outcome. Katharina Letzelter who sit on the board of the committee went so far as to say the results were “frightening.”
Der Spiegel‘s youth magazine reports that 1660 or so students answered 25 questions on the subject of identifying problems within the university. The project is under a broader scope of tackling racism on campus. The group found the results “problematic” when many students confirmed that they felt nationalistic or negative toward the mass migration that has been occurring since last year.
Letzelter said so many people claimed to have right wing ideas in the survey that she could not list individual cases.
One question on the survey asked respondents for their opinion of Muslims and whether or not their integration into German society was good or even possible. Around ten percent of the students said they would like to see people with Muslim values simply leave the country and some said that the values of Germany were slowly being eroded by international cosmopolitan values that likely made them feel their identity as Germans was being chipped away.
Sexual orientation was also mentioned in the survey and since it listed homosexuality as the first choice it led many participants to question why that was the first answer. Many going so far as saying the question prioritized homosexuality.
It was emphasized that the survey was not representative of the total body of students. The group also claimed the responses were not a reaction to the Cologne sex attacks, even though the questions were posted online only a few weeks afterwards in mid-January.
Professor Wassilis Kassis who is a scholar of “anti-Muslim prejudice” at the University of Osnabrück told media: “Just because you find (prejudice) at the university, it does not mean that it originated there. Students carry misanthropic values into the university, whose origins lie elsewhere – for example in the family home. But the university can affect these values.”
He also cautioned those on the left who would make fun of ordinary Germans who fear migrant violence, “My 77-year-old neighbour has just bought a whistle to protect themselves from ‘the Moroccans.’ One can laugh at their fears. I do not. To call these people stupid, is comparable to a Doctor’s misdiagnosis.”
Students in Germany and Austria are warming more to right wing ideas with movements like the Identitarians who are comprised largely of university students. Recent data also suggests the right wing Alternative for Germany party boasts the second youngest average age of its membership in the country at 47.

Sweden Accuses British Press of ‘Negative PR Campaign’ over Migrant Crisis

by Chris Tomlinson 

 The Swedish embassy is claiming it is a victim of a negative PR campaign by British tabloid the Daily Mail regarding their handling of the migrant crisis. “Sweden is used as a deterrent,” the embassy wrote to the Swedish foreign ministry complaining that the recent coverage of Sweden’s role in the migrant crisis has been overwhelmingly negative.
The partially classified report approved by Ambassador Nicola Clase was sent to many in the Swedish government including Prime Minister Stefan Löfvens and State Secretary Hans Dahlgren.
“The Daily Mail tabloid has launched a regular campaign against Swedish migration policy,” the report claims. The authors also allege that the paper mocks the Swedish government and its policy of taking in migrants saying that it “highlights Sweden as naive and a deterrent example of the consequences of a liberal migration policy.”
The embassy highlights what they believe are the humanitarian successes of Sweden’s migration policy, noting: “Sweden has been seen as a pioneer symbolizing humanism, solidarity, transparency and has risen above all the challenges that Swedish society is facing with the large number of refugees.”
The report also refers to the incident in which asylum worker Alexandra Mezher was murdered by a Somali migrant at the asylum centre she worked at. She was stabbed to death by the migrant who claimed to be under age when entering Sweden and was put in a home that was supposed to be for unaccompanied minors. Breitbart were one of the first English language media sources to break the news on the day it happened and the Daily Mail followed with their reporters on the ground in Sweden.
Breitbart also confirmed that the Daily Mail was forced to block out details of the case and banned Swedish visitors from viewing any articles about the case. The tabloid was forced to do so after “legal advice” was given to them that due to the offender being under age the case could not be talked about in detail.
Later it turned out that the migrant involved in the murder was actually an adult who had lied to Swedish authorities to get special treatment ahead of other migrants and will now be put on trial for the murder as an adult.
The Swedish embassy in London is looking to counter what it sees as “propaganda” being used to make Sweden’s policies look bad in the eyes of the British public. They are said to be working with various agencies and PR groups to create a counter-campaign that will combat the negative portrayal of the government. It is said that every Swedish organization in the UK has been notified that they must help.

EU Commission Slaps Down Hungary for Daring to Hold Referendum on Migrant Quotas

by Nick Hallett 

 The European Commission is planning to slap down Hungary’s decision to hold a referendum on compulsory migrant quotas, claiming that holding a democratic vote would not “fit into the decision-making process” agreed by European Union (EU) states. The quota system redistributes migrants from the most overwhelmed countries, including Germany, Greece and Italy, to EU states that have proved less popular with newly-arrived migrants.
The system is extremely unpopular in Eastern European countries, including Hungary, who feel Western Europe is using it to force thousands of migrants on them.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban now plans to challenge the policy by holding a referendum on quotas that will almost certainly see the plan rejected.
However, Euractive reports that the European Commission has questioned Hungary’s stance. Spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud said: “We fail to understand how it would fit into the decision-making process which was agreed to by all member states, including Hungary, under the EU treaties.”
Mr Orban defended his decision in an interview with German tabloid Bild, telling the paper: “We cannot make decisions over people’s heads that will significantly change their lives and those of future generations.
“The quota would change the profile of Hungary and Europe: ethnically, culturally, and religiously. My decision is not directed against Europe. It is a decision to protect European democracy.”
He added that the EU’s quota system violates its own laws: “This decision is not legal. It contradicts EU law. We are filing a suit against it, and so are the Slovakians. Plus, how many of those 160,000 have been distributed so far? Only a few hundred. This distribution key is nonsense, it does not work. But no one in Brussels wants to admit that.”
Mr Orban also laughed off any threat of EU sanctions against Hungary for failing to comply: “That is nothing but attempted scaremongering! The next EU budget will be decided in 2020. Sanctions would then, i.e. in a couple of years, require the votes of all member states. That will not happen.”

Islam and Multiculturalism in Sweden: Gay Rape, Masked Men and Sheep in Restaurants

January 4: After an autumn of chaos, when huge numbers of asylum seekers flooded into Sweden, the government was finally forced to implement border controls on its border with Denmark. Now, only those with valid identification documents are allowed to board trains and ferries to Sweden -- effectively keeping people who have destroyed their IDs out of the country. How long it will take before most asylum seekers bring identification papers -- genuine or fake -- remains to be seen. So far, nine out of ten people seeking asylum in Sweden have not had identification. They can then adapt their background stories to increase their chances of being granted asylum.
January 5: The alternative news site Nyheter Idag reported that two 15-year-old boys living at an asylum house for "unaccompanied refugee children," in the small town of Alvesta, were detained on suspicion of raping a younger boy. When the victim reported the incident, the police were alerted and the 15-year-olds were brought in for questioning. One of them has confessed to some of the accusations.
January 6: In another case of homosexual child-rape, two men who claiming to be 16-years-old were arrested on suspicion of raping a boy at an asylum house for "unaccompanied refugee children" in Uppsala. The rape was discovered when the younger boy visited a hospital, along with his legal guardian. One of the suspected rapists was released after being questioned by police, but is still under suspicion. The other was remanded into custody.
The most publicized rape of a boy so far is now awaiting a verdict from the Court of Appeals. In December 2015, two 16-year-olds were sentenced by the District Court to juvenile detention for eight and ten months, respectively. The sentences stand out as extremely lenient, considering what was done to the 15-year-old victim. All involved parties came from Afghanistan and lived in the same asylum house for "unaccompanied refugee children." One day, the older boys asked the 15-year-old if he wanted to come to the store with them. On their way back, the older boys pushed the 15-year-old onto a muddy field, hit and kicked him, shoved mud into his mouth, and then raped him -- twice. They warned him that if he told anyone, he would lose his "honor." That night, however, the boy broke down and told the staff at the asylum house what had happened.
January 9: The alternative news site Nyheter Idag revealed that the respected daily newpaper Dagens Nyheter had covered up a story about the sexual assaults of girls and women (mainly by Afghan men) at the "We Are Sthlm" music festival in 2014 and 2015 -- after knowing about at least one of the incidents for a year and a half. Dagens Nyheter, which routinely brands alternative media sites "hate sites," hurried to place the blame on the Stockholm Police -- who partly accepted it. National Police Chief Dan Eliasson promised to investigate why the information had been kept secret.
January 10: An opinion poll showed that 59% of the Swedes support the border identity checks implemented a week earlier. Even in the southern province of Skåne, where many commuters are affected by trains delayed to and from work in Denmark, the identity checks have a solid approval rate. 62% of the people polled in Skåne said that they thought the border controls were a good thing.
January 11: The total number of asylum seekers to Sweden in 2015 was made public: close to 163,000. The most common nationalities were Afghan, Iraqi and Syrian. Afghan arrivals increased exponentially, especially in the form of "unaccompanied refugee children." 7,049 "children" sought asylum in Sweden in 2014. In 2015, that number had exploded to an unfathomable 35,369 -- 66% of which came from Afghanistan. Sweden has now decided to start age-testing asylum seekers claiming to be children. Until now, the "child's" word has been taken at face value. Officials at the Immigration Service were even instructed not to question anyone who appears to be under the age of 40.

Third World children are routinely exploited by their families for their empathy-procuring abilities

Moonbats  are still trying to make hay with the phoney image of Aylan Kurdi, who was cynically used in a staged photo-op to appeal to bleeding hearts who would open the floodgates to the Islamic invasion.


HOW quickly we have forgotten the harrowing story of Aylan Kurdi, the three-year-old boy whose body washed up on a beach in Turkey. Last year, the world was gripped by the tragic tale of his Syrian family’s fateful journey to Europe, which they saw as their gateway to Canada, a country where they had relatives but which had already rejected their asylum application.
The photograph of a lifeless Aylan was a powerful symbol of the immense risks involved in paying people smugglers to take desperate people on perilous journeys.
Now there is a new innocent, sweet face to again capture our hearts and whip up emotions in the loaded refugee debate.
Caroline Marcus
Baby Asha: The danger of the do-gooders

Protesters chanted slogans, stopped each car leaving the hospital to ensure Asha wasn’t being secreted away by evil government workers and even whinged on Twitter they were hungry, prompting sympathisers to order them pizzas. If there’s one thing we have learned, it’s that refugee activists are as unimpressed with hospital food as the rest of us.
Back to Asha, whose injuries were initially explained as a tragic accident, not unlike the kind that can occur in any household with a moment of non-supervision.


What happens if those families decide to take the gamble and die? Will the activists acknowledge they played a role?
But yesterday, reports emerged suggesting something more sinister. A security guard on Nauru has allegedly claimed Asha’s mother told him the burns were deliberately inflicted on her daughter in order to get the family to Australia.
If these abhorrent allegations are found to be true, it only further validates what Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has been saying about the dangers of giving special treatment to children like Asha.
“I’m not going to allow a situation where we have people harmed to come to our country to receive medical assistance and then they think there’s a formula for them to be released into the community,” Dutton has said.
It’s a view shared by Brisbane child psychologist Steve Stankevicius, despite his confessed opposition to our immigration laws.
In an opinion column on Monday, Dr Stankevicius, who recently worked at Lady Cilento, says granting asylum to Asha’s family could set a concerning precedent and potentially “motivate others to exploit illness or injury to replicate the outcome”.
Harming your own child may be a concept beyond the grasp of everyday Australians but, as the doctor points out, children across the Third World are routinely exploited by their families for their empathy-procuring abilities — child beggars, for example.
I sincerely hope Asha wasn’t deliberately hurt, but regardless of whether the injury was accidental, the facts remain. No one wants to see children in detention, but there has been a significant drop in these cases since the Rudd-Gillard years.
As of January 31, there were 88 children in detention, a huge decline from 2000 in July 2013 under Labor rule, according to Department of Immigration statistics. In their focus on baby Asha, the hand-wringers wilfully dismiss the 1200 lives lost at sea in the Rudd-Gillard years, not to mention the many thousands of genuine asylum seekers languishing in refugee camps patiently awaiting their turn to be granted a new life.
Dutton says there are an estimated 14,000 people in Indonesia prepared to make the treacherous journey here, with government intelligence suggesting smugglers are buoyed by the latest fiasco. What happens if those families decide to take the gamble and die? Will the activists acknowledge they played a role? With the High Court ruling offshore detention lawful, we should now expect increasingly desperate measures from advocates and those they claim to be acting for.
If something positive is to come of this Asha farce, it’s that there should be an upgrade of the medical facilities on offshore centres so other detainees can receive the treatment they need and not be turned into political footballs.

Friday, February 26, 2016

Germany Lost Track of 130,000 Migrants

by Daniel Greenfield 

 This whole Open Borders thing seems to be going really well for Germany. I don't understand why our political leaders continue to refuse "sensible common sense reforms" that would do the same to us.
130,000 of Germany's migrants are off the radar.
More than 130,000 asylum seekers may have disappeared in Germany, according to newly released government figures, raising concerns over terrorism and organised crime.
In a parliamentary answer, Angela Merkel’s government said it had lost track of around 13 per cent of the 1.1 million people registered as asylum seekers last year.
The missing people never arrived at official government refugee accommodation which had been assigned to them.
The interior ministry later tried to row back on the admission, claiming the figures had been exaggerated by errors in data entry.
I bet. Just like Cologne.
The new figures emerged just two months after unconfirmed reports the German authorities were urgently searching for 12 asylum seekers who had vanished.
They were believed to have crossed the border using forged passports from the same source as those used by some of the Paris attackers.

ISIS has its own passport printing press so that part is easy. And Germany, which used to have relentless internal controls, is now slipping into a state within a state status.
The Interior Ministry says that some asylum seekers may have travelled on to other countries while others may have “slipped into illegality.”
Once that would have been inconceivable. Germany had tight internal controls, but if you have a Muslim state within your state, such things are meaningless. And this is now nations simple fall apart.

Political Science Professor: 97-99% Chance That Trump Will Be President

According to one political science professor, Donald Trump is almost a lock to win the presidential election in November. Helmut Norpoth said on Fox and Friends that his research gives Trump a 97-99% chance of becoming the 45th President of the United States. Norpoth, a Stony Brook Univ. professor, said his prediction is based on a historical model that has proven accurate in almost every election going back to 1912.

Father ‘Furious’ After His Son Was Reported to the Police For Looking At the UKIP Website

by Donna Rachel Edmunds 

A schoolboy has been hauled out of class and interviewed by police after he accessed the UK Independence Party’s (UKIP’s) website on school premises, which teachers deemed to be “politically incorrect.” His father has reacted furiously, warning “they’re like the thought police”. On Wednesday morning, 15 year old Joe Taylor was shocked to be removed from class at Wildern School in Hedge End, Southampton, to be quizzed by a Hampshire Police officer over his use of school computers to access the UKIP website.
According to his father, Mick Taylor, a UKIP supporter himself, the youngster was accused of being a “political activist for UKIP” which they said made him susceptible to being groomed by the English Defence League (EDL).
“On Monday I receive a phone call and they said he’s been looking at some politically incorrect material at school,” Mr Taylor told The Express.
“My first reaction was to ask them if it was porn, but they said no – it was the UKIP website. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.
“We went into reception with the police officer and their first question to my son was ‘why are you a political activist for UKIP’? I asked why are you worried about the UKIP website and they said ‘well, we don’t think it’s right’.
“I was furious that they flagged him for looking at the UKIP website. I think it’s outrageous really.
“They tried to call him a political activist for UKIP and they asked him ‘why do you believe that’s the way forward?’
“I’m a UKIP supporter and I said ‘what’s wrong with that?’ They really quizzed him over UKIP.
“They are almost like the thought police. It’s shocking really.”
Schools have a duty to report anyone they consider is at risk of “being drawn into terrorism” to the government’s Prevent Strategy, so that they can be offered a place on a counter-radicalisation course.
Although the legislation was prompted by concerns over Islamic terrorism, government literature makes it clear that the strategy covers all forms of extremism, including far right ideologies. A 2013 Freedom of Information Request revealed that 14 per cent of referrals were due to far right extremism, while 57.4 per cent were Muslims.
Hampshire Police confirmed that they talked to Joe after the school asked them to intervene, but said the flag had not solely been raised over his accessing UKIP’s website, although that was a part of the conversation.
Mr Taylor says his son did also take a look at the EDL’s website earlier in the year after they watched a documentary together about Tommy Robinson. He rejected the idea this his son was being radicalised, saying he regularly converses with his son about politics including immigration but that Joe is free to make up his own mind on the subject.
“They were trying to quiz him on all this stuff, whether he’d gone to Luton [for the EDL march in November 2014]. They said we have to do it, you could be being groomed by the EDL.
He added: “I just find it in this day and age that you’re being monitored, so are we in a free society? That’s what it comes down to. The main thing I’m very angry about is people are being monitored in school. I can understand if it’s ISIS, but when someone’s just looking at the UKIP website it’s absolutely ridiculous.”
UKIP’s education spokeswoman Louise Bours said: “It is absolutely outrageous that a school is trying to censor its students in this way. Teachers are supposed to promote learning and understanding, not narrow their pupils’ world view and stifle debate.
“I find it astonishing beyond belief that officers saw fit to interview a child who was simply trying to complete his homework and I am deeply disturbed that both the police and this school appear to consider UKIP an extremist organisation.
“UKIP is Britain’s third largest political party and was backed by four million voters at the last General Election. This is just another shocking example of the pervasive left-wing culture which has infected large parts of Britain’s public service.”
UKIP’s Hampshire PCC candidate Roy Swales added: “This is a worrying incident. I can only assume that the police and some educators are engaged in an anti UKIP campaign to prevent young people looking at our party.
“As a candidate for Police Commissioner I am troubled that the police may be covertly attempting to influence the election in May.”
In a statement head teacher Marie-Louise Litton said: “Following an incident Wildern School contacted 101 for advice and were referred to the specialist team who made the decision to arrange a meeting with the student and their parent in school on 24th February. No further action was proposed.”