H/t reader kevin a.
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In the wake of the alleged sodomization with a baton of a French citizen, known only as the 22-year-old ‘Theo‘, by a French police officer during a drug raid, violent protests have erupted all over the French capital’s suburbs near Bobigny, housing a majority immigrant population.
37 people were arrested when some 2000 protesters took to the streets and started torching cars and destroying property.
Tolerating a “rape culture” to sustain a politically correct stance on mass migration
- “Whoever behaves in his host country as the reports suggest has not only lost any claim to our hospitality but also their right to asylum!” — Mayoral candidate Volker Stein, Frankfurt.
- The actual number of migrant-related sex crimes in Germany is at least two or three times higher than the official number. Only 10% of the sex crimes committed in Germany appear in the official statistics. — André Schulz, head of the Criminal Police Association.
- An even more toxic practice is for police deliberately to omit any references to migrants in crime reports. This lapse makes it impossible for German citizens to understand the true scale of the migrant crime problem.
- City police asked German media to delete any images of the suspect. A note for editors stated: “The legal basis for publishing the surveillance photos has been dispensed with. We strongly urge you to take this into account in future reporting and to remove and/or make changes to existing publications.”
- “As a refugee, it is difficult to find a girlfriend.” — Asif M., a 26-year-old asylum seeker from Pakistan, in court on charges he raped one woman and attempted to rape five others.
German authorities are investigating reports that dozens of Arab men sexually assaulted female patrons at bars and restaurants in downtown Frankfurt on New Year’s Eve 2016.
The attacks, in which mobs of migrants harassed women in a “rape game” known as “taharrush gamea” (Arabic for “collective sexual harassment”), are said to have mirrored the mass sexual assaults of women in Cologne and other German cities on New Year’s Eve 2015. Continue reading »
H/t reader kevin a:
“Green Energy Is Causing Power Shortages In Europe During An Awful Winter
Green energy subsidies and mandates have greatly increased the price of electricity throughout Germany, especially, which has some of the continent’s highest power prices. The German government has mandated that the nuclear reactors be replaced with wind or solar power, but the estimated cost of doing so is over $1.1 trillion.
If you can translate a little that would be great.”
I can translate it, but I have no time.
Sorry about that.
Google translation: HERE
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How could France be above 60%? Last time I was in Paris, it already looked to be 50% Muslim. pic.twitter.com/94NReHUyUz
— Black Pigeon Speaks (@navyhato) February 12, 2017
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A REFUGEE who has been accused of stabbed his girlfriend 30 times, beheading her corpse and then decorating her dead body during a horrific ritual killing in Germany.
The Congolese migrant had been seeking asylum in Berlin when he is alleged to have carried out the bloody attack.
The man, identified only as Yve M, is accused of using a knife to stab his girlfriend 30 times before beheading her corpse.He then cut off her left arm and the little finger on her right hand before decorating her body. Continue reading »
An influx of up to 300,000 migrant children could overwhelm the German school system and lead to a ghettoisation of German classrooms, hindering attempts at integration.
The German Philological Association is warning German lawmakers that there could be up to 300,000 migrants entering the school system and schools are totally unprepared. Heinz-Peter Meidinger, head of the Philological Association and the Gymnasium teachers’ union said “there is too little state support for this mammoth task” and claimed politicians had little understanding of the real issues, Die Welt reports. Continue reading »
A 15-year-old schoolgirl was allegedly groped and raped by two North African migrants on the commuter train from Milan to Mortara Thursday afternoon.
On Saturday morning, the girl was hospitalized with multiple bruises, a concussion and a broken rib, and police have launched a search for the assailants accused of aggravated assault and sexual assault.
According to police reports, after school—around 4:00pm—the girl went to the Milan station of Porta Genova to catch the local commuter train home, sitting with a friend in the last carriage. When the friend got off the train at an earlier stop, the girl was left alone. It was then that two young men wearing jeans and hoodies, whom the girl described as North Africans in their mid-twenties, accosted her with kicks, punches, and “insistent fondling of the crotch.”
The girl screamed and cried for help, but no one came, probably because the train was virtually empty at that hour.
The men ended by raping the girl, who eventually managed to break free at the next stop and made it to her home. She kept the incident to herself and said nothing of the attack that day to her mother. Continue reading »
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch police say they discovered nine migrants hiding in a refrigerated truck near the country’s border with Belgium, after one of the migrants called officers because the group was so cold.
Police said in a statement Friday that the migrants were tracked down Thursday night by keeping the migrant’s phone line open and having police cars drive past parked trucks near the border. Police was able to narrow the search area because the migrant told authorities he believed the truck had just crossed from Belgium into the Netherlands. Continue reading »
In the shadow of Donald Trump’s spree of controversial actions, the European commission has quietly launched the next offensive in the war on cash. These unelected bureaucrats have boldly asserted their intention to crack down on paper transactions across the E.U. and solidify a trend that has been gaining momentum for years.The financial uncertainty amplified by Brexit has incentivized governments throughout Europe to seize further control over their banking systems. France and Spain have already criminalized cash transactions above a certain limit, but now the commission has unilaterally established new regulations that will affect the entire union. The fear of physical money flowing out of the trade bloc has manifested a draconian response from the State. Continue reading »
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Nothing is inevitable in financial markets — except perhaps the return of Greece as a source of concern. More than seven years since Greece’s sky-high debts first unnerved investors and stoked speculation of the end of the euro currency, the country is back in the spotlight for the same reasons.
H/t reader squodgy:
“Not long now….”
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“Today Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans threatened court action against countries that refuse to relocate refugees. The first infringement procedures, which could result in fines, may be launched as early as next month.”
H/t reader kevin a.
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