Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Hungary: Left Wing EU Soros Puppets Are Attacking Us for Opposing Mass Immigration

Zoltán Kovács, official spokesman for the office of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, has said “left-wing and liberal politicians” in the European Union (EU) are attacking his country because they cannot accept its refusal to permit illegal immigrants to violate its borders en masse.

The prime minister’s spokesman was speaking to the Hungarian media following a “hearing” before the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE), which he attended alongside Justice Minister László Trócsányi.
Kovács claimed politicians on the committee “who call themselves progressive” could not reconcile themselves to Hungary’s robust security stance, having been influenced by the complaints of groups funded by billionaire financier and open borders advocate George Soros,
Kovács described his interrogation by the European Parliament in more detail in a good-humoured but clearly exasperated post on ‘The Spokesman’s Blog’, titled “Putting the rights of illegals before the rights of European citizens is ‘insane’”:
“It’s not the first time I’ve had the honour of appearing at a hearing of this committee … And like so many other such occasions, it put on clear display the way liberal, European politicians and international organisations, who push an agenda supporting illegal immigration, join forces to criticise the Hungarian government for its pro-security response to migration.
“The attacks at yesterday’s hearing were no less vehement than before, despite the fact that Hungary has shown that our approach works,” he wrote, in an apparent reference to clear evidence from Frontex, the EU’s central border agency, that raising fences along previously unprotected borders has slashed illegal migration.
“When we debate the issue of border security and illegal migration in a forum like this, it’s a bit like paying a visit to an elderly aunt. You know the one. You adore her, but in her old age she is ill-tempered and no longer thinks clearly. Unfortunately, poor, old Auntie Europe is not merely suffering from dementia, but she has fallen under some bad influences.”
In his recent state of the nation address, Prime Minister Orbán outlined his belief that “the lords of globalist politics” were using mass immigration as a tool to teach ordinary voters “a lesson” for going against them in the Brexit referendum and the U.S. presidential elections, with the intent being to “crush any will of the people that opposes the open society and liberal governance”.

Europarl Prez Warns 20 Million Africans Could Come to Europe in the Next Few Years

Europe could be inundated with as many as 20 million African migrants over the coming years, the president of the European Parliament has warned.

Calling for an African Marshall Plan – a reference to the aid package handed to Europe by the U.S. following World War Two – Antonio Tajani has said Europe must also fund the building of refuges in Libya or face an ongoing migrant wave.
“Either we act now or 20 million Africans are going to come to Europe in the coming years,” Tajani told Die Welt.
Plans for migrant detention camps in Libya, where migrants can have their asylum claims processed before making the trip across the Mediterranean Sea, are proving controversial. Tajani said that the centres “will not be concentration camps”, explaining migrants will be able to access food, shelter, and medical treatment there for the months, or even years, it takes to have their claims processed.
The German interior minister, Thomas de Maizière, has signalled his support for the plan. But Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) has voiced opposition to the camps, telling a meeting of EU foreign ministers that Libya is “a very precarious place”.
Human rights groups have also opposed the idea, questioning whether the migrants would get a fair asylum hearing.  “There will be no right-wing, individual and fair trial of asylum applications under European law in North African camps,” the German human rights group Pro Asyl said.
Among European leaders and NGOs, the ‘African Marshall Plan’ idea is less controversial. Plans are already underway to send billions in aid to African countries for education, agricultural modernisation, and infrastructure building in an attempt to deliver stability and democracy.
The European Commission has already agreed to send €62 billion in aid to a number of African countries including Mali, Nigeria, and Sudan in the hopes that better conditions at home will dissuade African economic migrants from making the trip north into Europe.
However, with Germany already on the hook for an extra €4.5 billion in European Union contributions in 2019, and the same again in 2020, and with youth unemployment rates in some member states still over 40 per cent, it remains to be seen whether the taxpayers of Europe will agree to have ever increasing amounts of their cash spent in this way.

Democrats Depressed, Disoriented, Demoralized, Devastated and Discredited in the Wake of Trump’s Triumph

By Thomas Lifson 

  It was the worst night for Democrats since November 8, 2016.  After President Trump’s speech to a joint session of Congress, Rachel Maddow looked as though a loved one has just died – the same face she had on Election Night. Her fellow panelists, desperate for something to criticize, focused on the president using two hands to pick up a cup.
I'm not kidding:

You could see it in the behavior of Democrats in Congress as most remained silent and seated as the President called for the destruction of ISIS:

Best of all: Nancy Pelosi. Soopermexican captured the moment of the night in this tweet:

The estimable Roger L. Simon explains the grim face and wonders if the Democratic Party died last night:
The Democratic Party members watching that speech looked like a party of the living dead.  They didn't know how to react.  They didn't know if they were Americans.  They didn't know who they were.
Every time Trump called for bipartisanship for the good of our country, they winced.  They couldn't stand it and didn't know how to react because they are the least bipartisan people in the world and they scarcely know what cooperating is.  Working together is not in their natures. 
The Democrats' response was simply pathetic, delivered by a former governor of Kentucky who was replaced by a Republican. The party that is obsessed with identity politics chose an old white guy with white hair who reminded every cable TV viewer of a pitchman for products and services sold to seniors. Sundance hilariously summed it up:
The president has sprung a trap on the Democrats. Their base demands a scorched earth approach to politics, openly lusting for impeachment even before the inauguration. The base demands no cooperation with the man they call a Hitler, but the rest of America last night saw a statesman calling for racial and religious tolerance, jobs for Americans, and the destruction of ISIS, goals supported by most non-lunatics.
So Democrats in Congress now have a choice of alienating their base if they cooperate with the president’s initiatives – particularly Obamacare repeal/replace, the budget, the infrastructure program, and rebuilding the military – or driving away centrist elements of the electorate who traditionally vote Democrat but who saw a lot common sense solutions to problems that worry them.
Having revealed that there is a statesman living within a complex personality that also contains a street fighter, President Trump can execute a series of squeeze plays on Senate Democrats facing the voters in 2018.  He will need 8 Senate votes to pass legislation supporting his agenda. Does anyone doubt that a man who loves campaign rallies would fly to North Dakota or anywhere else represented by a Democrat senator and campaign against re-election of those who stand in the way of economic growth, health care reform, defeating ISIS, or any of his other very popular goals? 

Hungary’s Orbán: We Won’t Import Foreign Labour Because Diversity ‘Causes Trouble’

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has spoken out against importing labour, asserting that increased ethnic and religious diversity bring problems to a nation.

Addressing the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Budapest on Tuesday, Orbán said importing foreign workers to boost economic growth would “downgrade” the country.
“Preserving ethnic homogeneity” is important to Hungary’s economy, according to the prime minister, who said “life has proven that too much mixing causes trouble”.
He insisted the government “cannot risk changing the fundamental ethnic character of the country.
“That would not enhance the value of the country but downgrade it instead, and toss it into chaos.”

Orbán stressed that “the problem of parallel societies is undesirable”, alluding to other countries in Europe which have large communities of non-European migrants and experience high crime and terrorism.Speaking as Hungary’s unemployment rate is at a record low of just above 4 per cent, with some employers claiming the country has a labour shortage, Orbán warned business leaders against a recourse to so-called guest worker programmes.
He said: “I would not like to see the country drift toward a situation where lower-skilled work would only be carried out by foreigners.”
“We ourselves have to do the work required to keep our country going, from scrubbing toilets to nuclear science.”
In his speech to business leaders, the prime minister also stated the government is aiming for full employment. He added it is important that banks and financial institutions in Hungary serve national interests.
Hungary has begun building a new fence along its southern border with Serbia amid fears that, when the weather allows, hundreds of thousands of migrants could once again attempt to travel up through the Balkans in attempts to reach Western Europe.
Last month Orbán asserted mass migration is being used by globalists like billionaire financier George Soros to “crush the will of the people”.
The “open society” sought by the Hungarian hedge fund manager and other globalists, the prime minister said, is a place where “people, ethnic groups and cultures are stamped out to size like hamburgers, so that they can be turned into merchandise [and] countries are transformed into railway stations, with everyone being able to move in and out”.

Stuttgart's Kevin Grosskreutz hospitalised following fight

German second-division leaders Stuttgart say Kevin Grosskreutz has been hospitalised after getting involved in a fight on Monday night. The club said in a statement that "Grosskreutz is doing well in the circumstances. It looks like he can leave the hospital again on Wednesday. Kevin Grosskreutz will file charges after the incident." Stuttgart did not give the extent of the 28-year-old right-back's injuries. Police, who did not name the player, reported that a 28-year-old was taken to hospital with a head injury after receiving a punch in a fight between two groups. A 16-year-old from the same group was also taken to hospital, with no apparent external injuries. Four suspects were arrested. Grosskreutz, then playing for Borussia Dortmund, was an unused substitute for Germany's 2014 World Cup-winning team in Brazil.

Merkel: Anyone Who Lives in Germany Is a Member of the German People

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing heavy criticism for claiming the German people, or Volk, are comprised of anyone currently living in Germany regardless of their background.

The word “Volk”, or people, in German (pronounced “folk”), is a somewhat controversial term in Germany and like many German phrases has no exact English equivalent. Chancellor Merkel is now facing opposition from many, including within her own party, for claiming that anyone living in Germany is part of the Volk, which amounts to saying that all migrants are German by virtue of living in the country, Tag 24 reports.
Merkel made the comments in her home region of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania as she received the formal nomination from her party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), to lead the party in this year’s federal election. 95 per cent of the roughly 140 delegates voted for Merkel who ran for the nomination unopposed.
“There is no justification that small groups of our society presume to define who the Volk are, the Volk is everyone who lives in this country,” Merkel said.
The comments made by Merkel were directed at the anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, who last year was able to beat the CDU in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania in regional elections, humiliating the chancellor.
The AfD have attempted to rehabilitate the term Volk which has a long history in Germany but was heavily used in propaganda during the Nazi era, making the word somewhat taboo in politics. Party leader Frauke Petry said: “We should finally regain a relaxed, not uncritical, but normal way of dealing with our nation and terms such as ‘Volk’ and words that are derived from it.” She added that Germany should “work on giving the term a positive connotation”.
AfD MEP Beatrix von Storch took exception to the remarks made by the chancellor saying on Twitter the comments were unconstitutional and wrote: “Yes, this upsets us!”
Storch backed up her claim the remarks were unconstitutional saying that under article 20 of the German constitution all power comes from the people and the chancellor’s oath of office is based on it. She slammed Merkel for being “arbitrary” about who is and who isn’t German.
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Alle Staatsgewalt geht vom Volke aus. Sie hat ihren Amtseid auf das deutsche Volk geschworen. Doch sie definiert den Begriff willkürlich um.
Merkel’s CDU is currently facing an even larger challenge than the AfD in the form of a reinvigorated Social Democrat party (SPD) under their new leader and former European Parliament President Martin Schulz. Recent polls show the SPD beating Merkel’s CDU for the first time in years and opening up the real possibility of a left wing coalition government in the Autumn.

One German weekend: Two cases of ‘Southern types’ gang-raping women

Two women in Germany last weekend became the victim of brutal sexual assaults in two separate incidents. In both cases, the attackers were described as ‘southern types’, operating in small bands.
Carnival rape, crying woman in Leverkusen
On Sunday night, a 31-year-old woman in the city of Leverkusen was victimised by a gang of three men in the district of Lützenkirchen. She was attacked by all three of the perpetrators and subsequently raped on a lawn by one of them. After the assault, the men fled in an unknown direction, Freie Zeiten reports.
Passers-by had, later on, found the crying woman sitting in the streets. She was dressed up as a hippie since she had been out celebrating Carnival.
According to the victim, the men were dressed in dark clothes, in between 20 and 30 years of age, and all had a ‘southern appearance’. This usually means they come from countries such as Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt.
The police are asking the public for help, and an arrest has yet to be made in this case.

Violent gang rape on Hamburg riverbank
In Hamburg, two men on Sunday evening sexually assaulted a 46-year-old woman after beating her. The violent gang rape took place near a bridge called the Lombardsbrücke, which is located on the riverbank of the Alster.
On  Monday morning, the injured victim went to a hospital where she was investigated and treated, and other local media report. Afterwards, she spoke to police to file a complaint.
In this case, as well, the woman referred to the rapists as being of southern descent, meaning Northern Africans or, in German police lingo, the so-called ‘Nafri’s’. She could not describe the assailants more accurate.
During the interrogation, the victim mentioned an elderly couple passing by the location of the attack. They may be important witnesses, police have stated.
Cologne’s NYE changed everything 
Sexual violence appears to be on the rise in Germany, where this category of felonies is often committed by refugees and other migrants.
Public attention to the problem skyrocketed after the so-called ‘taharrush‘ in the city of Cologne, where on the New Year’s Eve of 2015/2016 several hundreds of girls and young women were stripped, groped (some even raped), and robbed by some thousand Nafri’s and Arabs, virtually all of whom have escaped punishment for their crimes. Since then, German police are on the alert.

Swedish ‘Ikea Killer’ Asylum Seeker Wants to Serve Sentence in Eritrea Because He Doesn’t Like Swedish Prison

An Eritrean migrant who murdered a 55-year-old woman and her son in an Ikea because his asylum application had been rejected is requesting to serve his sentence in Eritrea after being threatened and beaten in multiple Swedish prisons.

The lawyer for 37-year-old Eritrean failed asylum seeker Abraham Ukbagabir requested that his client should be transferred to his native Eritrea after he had received threats and had been beaten multiple times by other inmates the Swedish prison system, Afton Bladetreports.
On August 10th 2015, Ukbagabir went to an Ikea in the central Swedish city of Västerås. Once in the shop, he proceeded to go to the kitchenware department and grab a knife, then without warning stabbed a 55-year-old woman and her 28-year-old son to death.
After stabbing the mother and her son, he then used the knife on himself attempting to commit suicide but was unsuccessful.
Mr. Ukbagabir had been rejected for asylum by the Swedish government only hours before the attack and was scheduled to be deported back to Italy, where he had first claimed asylum before travelling to Sweden.  Ukbagabir had lived in Italy for several months working as a fisherman before leaving for Sweden.
During his trial, the Eritrean admitted to the attack as revenge for being rejected asylum but claimed he did not mean to kill his victims. His defence was soundly rejected by the court which sentenced him to life in prison to be followed by immediate deportation upon completion of the sentence.
One of the most recent incidents of violence toward Ukbagabir came last October when he was brutally beaten by inmates in Tidaholm prison. He was moved to the Tidaholm prison after being beaten in August 2016 at the Salberg Institution and has been in and out of solitary confinement due to threats to his safety.
The Swedish Justice Department for Criminal Cases and International Judicial Cooperation (BIRS) is currently looking into a possible transfer and will be contacting the Eritrean authorities on the matter. Both Sweden and Eritrea must approve the potential transfer.
The Europe Migrant crisis has seen crime rise in many countries, but the cases most well known have been murders carried out by asylum seekers. An illegal immigrant from Kenya brutally beat a 54-year-old cleaning lady to death with an iron bar while she was on her way to work late at night in 2016.
Perhaps the most notorious migrant murderer was a 17-year-old Afghan migrant who raped and killed asylum centre volunteer Maria Ladenburger. Though he had initially claimed to be a minor, a judge revealed earlier this month that the killer was actually an adult.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Guess which one...

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Turkey jails German journalist on terrorism charges

A court in Istanbul on Monday ordered provisional detention for a correspondent of the German newspaper Die Welt, a move that drew a stern rebuke from Chancellor Angela Merkel. The newspaper said Deniz Yücel, 43, had been charged with spreading terrorist propaganda and inciting hatred. He has been held since February 18th in connection with news reports on an attack by hackers against the email account of Turkey's energy minister. The minister, Berat Albayrak, is a son-in-law of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Die Welt said the emails also pointed to efforts to control Turkish media groups and to manipulate public opinion via fake social media accounts. In a statement, Merkel called the court's decision "bitter and disappointing". "The government expects that in handling Yücel's case, Turkey's justice system will keep in mind the significant importance of press freedom in all democratic societies," she added. Relations between Berlin and Ankara have been strained by a series of disputes since the failed coup attempt to oust Erdogan in July 2016. Turkey has since clamped down on the press, arresting hundreds of journalists without trial. About 170 media outlets have been closed and nearly 800 press cards cancelled, according to journalists' associations.

Germany: Berlin truck jihadi frequented mosque that was Islamic State recruitment center

He frequented a mosque? What? And that mosque was an Islamic State recruitment center? Inconceivable! Didn’t Anis Amri know that Islamic jihadis are “not religious people”? George W. Bush said so!
“Berlin truck attack: Police raid properties linked to mosque,” BBC, February 28, 2017:
German police have carried out raids across Berlin on properties linked to a mosque used by the Christmas market truck attacker, Anis Amri.
A 460-strong police deployment searched apartments and two commercial premises. Six prison cells were also searched.
The organisation which ran the mosque has been closed down.
Twelve people were killed and more than 50 injured by Amri, a Tunisian asylum seeker, in December. He was shot dead by police after fleeing to Italy.
Police say the raids follow a decision to ban the organisation, known as Fussilet 33, in mid-February. The properties targeted were used by those who ran the organisation, police said.
German prosecutors say that Amri visited the mosque frequently, including on the day of the attack.
It is alleged to have been a centre for radicalising Muslim recruits for so-called Islamic State in Syria and collecting funds for IS attacks.
Police said they had kept watch on the building with a camera positioned opposite the entrance. The mosque closed down a week ago….

Knife-wielding migrant holds pregnant woman HOSTAGE in Germany

A REFUGEE wielding a knife has gone on the rampage in a migrant centre in Germany and taken his pregnant girlfriend hostage.The armed and dangerous migrant took hostages and barrackaded himself into the centre in Hammerbrook, Hamburg. A spokesperson for the migrant centre said he had trapped at least one woman inside with him and that was believed to be his pregnant partner. Armed officers stormed the building with police dogs and what appeared to be heavy duty weapons. German police said they believed the incident was taking place due to "a dispute over accommodation" and has now been resolved.The man's pregnant girlfriend was seen leaving the terrifying ordeal, escorted by police. The attacker was whelled out of the migrant centre on a stretcher with injuries he is believed to have caused himself.


A float featuring U.S. President Donald Trump and the Statue of Liberty drives in the annual Rose Monday parade on February 27, 2017 in Dusseldorf, Germany / Getty
Many German journalists ridiculed President Trump for his comment that Sweden which, as he correctly pointed out, “took in large numbers” [of Muslim migrants], is now “having problems like they never thought possible.
Two days later mob violence broke out in the predominantly immigrant Stockholm suburb Rinkeby after police had arrested a drug crime suspect. Rioters threw rocks at police, set cars on fire, looted shops and attacked and injured a photographer. Actually, those who had picked on Trump for allegedly “making up a terrorist incident” should now apologise and admit that he had been right all along.
Needless to say, this doesn’t happen.
The German news magazine Focus even has the nerve to turn this news against Trump and suggest that his remarks may have triggered the violence. The article‘s headline read:
“Riots after Sweden speechHow a few words by Trump affect the world”
The article continued:
“This weekend, US President Donald Trump talked about an incident in Sweden which had never happened. He cited it as an example for problems with refugees and crime. In the night before Monday ten cars were burning in a migrant neighborhood in Stockholm, shops were looted. Is the connection between the speech and the riots a coincidence? What power do Trump’s words possess? FOCUS Online asked Prof. Dr. Jo Reichertz, a scientist of communication. “He’s the president of a super power, he can decide over lives, has military and financial power’, says Reichertz.””
Fast forward to the conclusion:
“Does Trump have sufficient power to incite an insurrection in the migrant neighborhood? The expert of communication, Reichertz, doubts that: ‚It could be a pure coincidene, it might have happened without Trump’s speech. Or it was calculated, because the world was just looking at that spot due to Trump’s speech. Then it would have been a smart PR move.’”
It’s unclear what the scientist of communication means. A smart PR move on Trump’s part? Does choosing that particular date make the rioters smart? Or are the migrant hooligans and the White House somehow colluding with each other? The journalist and his mad scientist probably don’t know themselves. What matters is that the proof that Trump said the truth about Sweden, doesn’t make him less guilty but more.

Security Service: Sympathies for Islamic Extremism in Sweden Growing

The Swedish domestic intelligence agency has warned the Swedish public that despite there being fewer people travelling abroad to fight for groups like Islamic state, the number of radical Islamist sympathisers is on the rise.

Anders Thornberg,  Director General of the Swedish Security Service (SAPO), said there are fewer Swedish nationals who are travelling to Syria or Iraq to fight for extremists groups; but those who are returning are sharing their ideology and recruiting Islamists within Sweden.
“We see that there are individuals who come home who contact young people. There is a kind of logistics – a network in Sweden to try to encourage younger and new members to join the cause. It goes on all the time,” he said in an interview with Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio.
Over the past few years, the SAPO estimates around 300 individuals from Sweden have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join groups like the al-Nusra Front or Islamic State. Around half of them have already returned to Sweden and the SAPO says that the number of fresh people leaving has substantially fallen over the last year.
Many in Sweden were outraged when one Swedish city decided to give returning jihadists multiple benefits including free housing, drivers lessons, and debt forgiveness.
In one particular case, a known Islamic State sympathiser was paid more than £4,300 in welfare payments by the Swedish government while he was fighting for Islamic State in Aleppo, Syria.
“There are more and more people that we need have knowledge of,” Thornberg said claiming that the number of domestic sympathisers was rising and many of them are unknown because they have not yet committed any crimes.
“There are individuals who collect money, who quietly sympathise and are involved in various ways but then it is a lot of rhetoric. It’s not forbidden to talk about things; it’s only when you commit a crime as it gets serious,” he said.
Support for groups like Islamic State has also been seen in some of the highest levels of the Swedish government. In 2015, one of the county’s top immigration officials Samiyah M. Wasame said that joining Islamic State was a “beautiful” decision in one case.

An editor for a major Swedish newspaper also came under fire after saying he would rather see Sweden “filled” with Islamic State soldiers if it meant being able to get rid of anti-mass migration right-wing voters.