Aug 26

WATCH: BBC Attacked By Armed Illegal Migrants In Calais:

A team of BBC journalists has filmed an attack on a lorry in Calais, with armed migrants blocking a major road with a log and ambushing the vehicle. Continue reading »

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Aug 26

VIDEO: Merkel ‘Assassination Attempt’ After Protests During Czech Visit

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Aug 26

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Hungary: PM Victor Orban’s Historic Speech: The Migrant Crisis Is A Preplanned And Orchestrated Operation (Video)


Hungary To Build Second Fence On Serbian Border To Keep Out Migrants

Hungary To Build Second Fence On Serbian Border To Keep Out Migrants:

(REUTERS) – Hungary plans to build a second fence on its southern border with Serbia that would enable it to keep out any major new wave of migrants, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday.

Orban said the new barrier, to be built alongside the existing one, would strengthen defences to respond if Turkey’s policy on migration changed. If that happened, hundreds of thousands could appear at Hungary’s border, he told public radio.

“Technical planning is under way to erect a more massive defence system next to the existing line of defence which was built quickly (last year),” Orban said. Continue reading »

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Aug 26

Anti-Mass Immigration Candidate Opens 6 Point Lead In Austrian Election:

Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer has extended his lead in new polls heading into the Austrian presidential re-run as he continues to dominate his rival Alexander Van der Bellen.

The polls show that Hofer is now leading the former Green Party leader by six percentage points, after the previous election in which they were both virtually tied. The October 2nd re-run of the second round of the presidential elections could play much differently because of recent terror attacks and instability in Turkey reports OE24.

The poll of 600 Austrian voters, conducted by polling agency Gallup on behalf of the Österreich newspaper, shows that Mr. Hofer continues to expand his lead on his opponent. Early polls last month showed a four percent lead for the FPÖ candidate who’s party had brought a complaint to the Austrian constitutional court over the postal voting that had won the election for Alexander Van der Bellen. The court found serious discrepancies in the postal ballots and determined that the election would be held again on October 2nd. Continue reading »

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Aug 26

AfD: Detain Migrants Without Passports:

The populist Alternative for Germany party (AfD) has proposed that Germany should detain and house migrants without passports in separate accommodation, a proposal that has been met with sharp criticism from the establishment.

Members of the party in the Saxony region have brought forth the idea, but the policy has been slammed by critics on the German establishment left who view the policy as inhumane reports Die Welt.

In the Saxony-Anhalt region, the AfD had one of their strongest electoral showings earlier this year in the regional elections. AFD politician Uwe Wurlitzer, himself a member of the Saxony parliament, said that the group wanted a “separate quartering of all asylum seekers with unclear identities” noting that there are severe security issues with letting in migrants with unknown origins. Continue reading »

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Aug 26

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Aug 25

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Greece Calls On EU For Help With Huge Migrant Population:

The Greek migration minister has called out to the European Union (EU) to help his country handle the tens of thousands of migrants stranded in Greece, claiming the country cannot handle them all alone.

Greek Migration Minister Ioannis Mouzalas made it clear his government cannot handle the sheltering and feeding of an estimated 58,000 migrants by themselves and are appealing for the EU to help. Mr. Mouzalas said that Greece was ready to send 7,000 migrants to other EU states in order to relieve some of the pressure on the Greek government that is still racked with austerity measures and high unemployment. While the EU states are legally bound to help, the minister has claimed so far none have answered his calls, reports Zeit Online. Continue reading »

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Aug 25

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U.N. Migrant Chief: Europe’s Forced Migrant Relocation Scheme Must Be Bigger, Quicker:

(REUTERS) – A European Union scheme to relocate refugees from frontline countries Greece and Italy to other member states must be bigger and move faster, the U.N. refugee chief said in Athens on Wednesday.

The programme, devised last year, was intended to relocate 160,000 from Greece and Italy to other European countries over two years but fewer than 4,000 people have moved so far.

Some central European member had fought the scheme, with Hungary and Slovakia challenging the decision in EU courts. Continue reading »

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Aug 24

France To Deploy 3,000 Troops To Schools: “The Threat Is Real” Education Minister Says:

Two weeks ago we reported that as part of its proactive effort to tackle future terrorist attacks, the French government announced that starting in September, French 14-year-olds would receive lessons how to survive a terrorist attack on their schools, following a spate of Islamist killings in recent months.  It appears that was not enough, because earlier today the France interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve announced France would deploy about 3,000 reserve troops, train school authorities and ramp up school anti-terror drills in case of attacks, its education and security ministers announced on Wednesday, a week before the start of a new academic year.

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The threat is high, it is real,” Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, said during a joint news conference in Paris alongside Cazeneuve. “This is not about ceding to panic or paranoia,” she added quoted by Reuters. Continue reading »

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Aug 24

a “temporary protection tattoo that you can apply onto your skin. lt means: ‘My body belongs to me!’”

As if a sex attacker would give a f*** about a temporary protection tattoo. (But wait, it gets better!)

Well. this might actually work ….

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Germany Launches ‘NO!’ Temporary Tattoos to Stop Pool Sex Attacks:

A new campaign in Germany’s Bodensee district plans to counter soaring levels of pool sex attacks with “empowering” temporary tattoos reading “NO!”

The measure comes as police report an epidemic of pool harassment and assaults in the wake of the “migrant crisis”. Officials connected to the campaign deny it has any links to the migrant influx however, claiming the attacks are not a new problem. Continue reading »

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Aug 24

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Europeans In Exodus To Russian Facebook to Avoid Censorship:

Germans who are critical of Islam and mass migration are fleeing to the site VK, known as the Russian Facebook to avoid censorship of their remarks and possible raids on their homes.

Free speech in Germany has come under fire in recent months with an increasing amount of Germans being arrested jailed or fined for what the German state considers hate speech online. The German government has even enlisted the help of social media giants like Facebook to track down posts that are critical of Muslims or of mass migration

Now more German internet users are flooding to Russian Facebook equivalent VK network to avoid the censorship reports Die Welt. Continue reading »

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Aug 24

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German GDP Growth Slows Dramatically In Second Quarter:

(AFP) – Germany’s economy, Europe’s largest, grew by 0.4 percent in the second quarter, federal statistics office Destatis said in data released on Wednesday.

Gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 0.4 percent between April and June, adjusted for seasonal, calendar and price effects — slower than the unexpectedly strong 0.7 percent expansion in the first quarter.

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Aug 23

EU President: “Borders Are The Worst Invention Ever Made By Politicians”:

If The British needed any more confirmation of their decision to leave The EU, Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, just gave them a big one. The often incoherent “when it’s important, you have to lie” politician spewed more United States Of Europe tripe this morning when he called for European nations to drop border controls, claiming that borders were “the worst invention ever.” Britain’s new PM, Theresa May, was not amused…

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Speaking at the European Forum Alpbach in Austria’s Tyrol, Mr Juncker said: “Borders are the worst invention ever made by politicians” and said solidarity must be given to refugees and their children… (Border bullshit starts at 10:15 – note the mindless applause from the audience when Juncker drops his line)

As The Express reports,

Mr Juncker’s comments were taken as a sign that he intends to block attempts to tighten border checks to deal with the migrant crisis overwhelming Europe. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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“In Preparation For Crisis” Germany Considers Bringing Back Military Service:

If ordinary Germans were not traumatized enough by this weekend’s shocking official announcement that they should prepare to stockpile several days of food and water “in case of an attack of catastrophe” as part of the country’s revised “Civil Defense Concept”, then the latest news from German press agency DPA, which cites a confidential document prepared by the government according to which the government is considering “bringing back nationwide conscription in times of crisis”, such as situations in which the country needs to “defend NATO’s external borders,” will surely put them over the edge.

“An attack on German territory that would require conventional defence is unlikely,” the document said. However, civil defence measures are necessary because a “major security threat in the future cannot be ruled out,” it added. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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50 Afghans Brawl, Attack Police In Famous Vienna Park:

Over 50 Afghan migrants fought among themselves and with police in one of the Austrian capital’s most famous parks and the site of several past migrant crimes.

Police were alerted to a massive fight between Afghan migrants at the Venidiger Au, a park across the street from Vienna’s famous Praterstern amusement park over the weekend. In the late hours of Friday night the migrants attacked each other in the small park and when police tried to calm the situation the migrants attacked them as well. An amateur martial artist also helped authorities and was lauded on social media for helping the authorities

An amateur martial artist also helped authorities and was lauded on social media for helping the authorities reports Kurier. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

50 Per Cent Rise In Calais Migrant Numbers In Two Months

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‘Spectacular’ 50 Per Cent Rise In Calais Migrant Numbers In Two Months


Calais: One Dead, Several Injured in Migrant Brawl:

A migrant was killed and several injured in clashes between Afghan and Sudanese migrants near the Calais “jungle” camp last night.

The brawl took place between the migrant campsite and the A16 where every night migrants attempt to break into cars and trucks that are headed to Britain.

A 30-year old male migrant from Sudan died in hospital of stab wounds around two hours after the fight broke out. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

Migrants Set Fire To Asylum Centre While Smoking Hookah Pipe

Migrants Set Fire To Asylum Centre While Smoking Hookah Pipe:

Two migrants set fire to their asylum accommodation in Germany after smoking a hookah water pipe which resulted in the hot coal setting the home ablaze.

An asylum home in the German town of Gößweinstein in Upper Franconia has been completely destroyed. The fire that cause the destruction of the asylum home is said to have been started by a pair of Syrian migrants who had been smoking a middle eastern water pipe, known as a hookah. The hookah, which uses hot exposed coals is said to have started the fire which led to an evacuation of the asylum home reports Die Welt. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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Turks living in Germany should show ‘high level of loyalty’ to adopted nation – Merkel:

People with Turkish roots living in Germany should show a “high level of loyalty” toward their adopted country, according to Chancellor Angela Merkel. It comes amid tense relations between Berlin and Ankara.

“We expect that people of Turkish origin who have been living in Germany for a long time should develop a high level of loyalty to our nation,” Merkel told Ruhr Nachrichten newspaper in an interview published on Tuesday.

“Therefore we are trying to have open ears to hear their concerns and to understand them. And for this we are also keeping in close contact with immigrant associations,” she continued. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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Germany: If We Ban The Burqa, We’ll Have To Ban Father Christmas Too:

The German regional interior minister who shot to prominence over his alleged role in the failure to handle, and subsequent cover-up of the Cologne New Year’s Eve migrant rape attacks has spoken out against Germany introducing a French-style Burqa ban, saying to do so would mean banning all religious clothing — including Santa Claus outfits.

Ralf Jäger, interior minister of migrant crime-hit German state North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) made the remarks amid intense discussion in Germany following calls by the national interior minister Thomas de Maiziere  for a partial burqa ban.

The left wing politician rejected the rationale for banning the Islamist garment, and said it was purely motivated by right-wing parties trying to shore up their poll positions. Speaking on Bavarian radio, Jäger said: “A burqa ban brings no security, but [is driven] only by election campaigns in some [German] states”, reports Focus. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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Merkel Wants Migrant Return Deals With North African States:

(AFP) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Tuesday on the EU and North African countries to do deals modelled on a controversial agreement with Turkey to stem migrant flows to Europe.

Under the EU-Turkey agreement, Ankara agreed to take back one Syrian who made it to Greece in return for being allowed to send one from its massive refugee camps to the bloc in a more orderly redistribution programme.

The deal also pledges billions of euros in EU aid for Turkey, visa-free European travel for Turkish citizens and accelerated EU membership talks. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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Worldwide Concern Over ‘Too Many Immigrants’: Study:

Paris (AFP) – People throughout the world are becoming increasingly uncomfortable with immigration levels which are higher than any time since the Second World War, according to a new survey published Monday.

At least six out of 10 people in France and Belgium, which have recently suffered deadly jihadist attacks, believe immigration has had a “negative impact”, said the Ipsos polling institute.

Similar figures were found in Russia, Hungary and also Italy, which has had to deal with large numbers of migrants fleeing the Middle East or Africa and seeking to forge new lives in Europe. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

Germany Faces €67 Billion Bill For Child Migrants:

Children granted refugee status in Germany will cost the country an extra 67 billion euros (£58bn/$76bn) to educate, according to an assessment of the costs of the migrant crisis.

Around 40 per cent of the million+ people who arrived in Germany last year are believed to be 20 or younger, meaning the country could need up to 25,000 new teachers while migrant children are denied places because schools are already full.

Dieter Dohmen, president of the Research Institute for the Economics of Education and Social Affairs, said the report showed the challenge facing German authorities. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

Austria Considers Terminating Asylum Status Of Criminals:

The Interior Minister of Austria has announced he wants to see tougher laws on asylum seekers including the stripping of asylum for the committing of criminal offences.

Interior Minister of Austria Wolfgang Sobotka has put to bed any doubt that he will go easy on criminal asylum seekers. Sobotka, who earlier this year took the reigns from former Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner, announced that he wishes to see an increased toughness on asylum seekers who commit crimes.Sobotka, of the conservative Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), said that the government should even consider stripping asylum seekers of their claims if they commit crimes

A minister of the conservative Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP),he said the government should even consider stripping asylum seekers of their claims if they commit crimes reports Die Presse. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

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Madness In Mario-World: European Companies Issue Debt Simply Because The ECB Will Buy That Debt:

Things are so absurd in the Eurozone that the ECB is buying private placement debt with little regard for safety. In turn, private equity companies issue debt simply because they know in advance the ECB will buy it. It’s a startling example of how the market is adapting to extremes of monetary policy, and it’s a safe conclusion the experiment will not end well.

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Aug 23

Malaria On The Rise In Greece After Migrant Surge:

Greece has been forced to suspend blood donations after a spike in cases of malaria, believed to have been brought over by the large influx of migrants who have entered the country.

So far, 12 municipalities have out of 325 have banned blood donations, with authorities fearing the infectious disease could spread to both locals and tourists during the height of the summer.

Athanassios Tsakris, professor of microbiology at the University of Athens, told reporters: “Drastic measures have to be taken to avert this strain from taking hold within the domestic population. The screening of migrants must also intensify.” Continue reading »

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Aug 23

WSJ: Germany Trades Privacy For Security In Wake Of Terror:

The Wall Street Journal Reports:

BERLIN—When a bomb threat targeted the Thier Galerie shopping mall in Dortmund last month, police rushed to the scene and asked to scour closed-circuit camera recordings.

There wasn’t much footage to go through. An attempt by the mall operator to ramp up video surveillance last fall had been vetoed by local authorities who feared an assault on patrons’ privacy.

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Aug 22

China Russia Syria “France has let Russia turn to Asia rather than seeing it as a link between Europe and Asia”:

Ronald ZONCA, in Boulevard Voltaire, August 19, 2016
Translated from French by Tom Winter

Original headline: “Towards a Russian-Chinese cooperation in Syria and elsewhere”

In July, during the 95th anniversary of the Chinese revolution, President Xi Jinping made a speech remarkably far from the usual reserve of  Chinese authorities.

He stated  Continue reading »

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Aug 22

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Aug 22

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Former French President Sarkozy Announces He Will Run In 2017 Presidential Election

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Aug 22

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Sweden: Summer Inferno of Sexual Assaults

Sweden’s Migrant Rape Epidemic (1,472% Increase In The Annual Number Of Rapes) Explained


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