Poland and Czech Republic will not take migrants or accept EU migration policy

It is expected that the new Prime Ministers of Poland and the Czech Republic will not change their stance on migration during their first European Union (EU) summit in Brussels today.

Poland’s new Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, said earlier that his country “has the right to refuse whether to accept migrants or not”. Andrej Babis, his colleague of the Czech Republic, stated last week that his country “doesn’t want refugees”.

The new Prime Ministers of the two countries, will have a meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico and Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban.

It will be hard to reach an agreement on migration as Hungary and Slovakia are also strongly opposed against the EU migrant redistribution programme and its quotas. Yesterday 95 per cent of the Hungarian parliament voted against the EU’s plans.

 

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Danish school cancels traditional Christmas service ‘because of Muslim students’

Ten parents have complained about a primary school in Eastern Denmark that cancelled its traditional Christmas service.

The “Gribskolen” school made its decision because of the presence of students with immigrant backgrounds. The head of the school in Graested, Marianne Vederso says about it:

“We made the decision because we have children who are not Protestant … and it must be left to the individual families whether they want to privately attend a service.”

Danish politicians criticised the school after its decision to cancel the events. The complaints of the parents were also picked up by Danish media. They speculated that the cancellation is related to the sensitivities of the schools’ Muslim students.

Last year Danish Children of the school did participate in a week long Syria event about Middle Eastern culture. There were even lessons given by immigrant children to them.

One parent with two daughters at the school says:

“I don’t see why our tradition has to be taken away from us, just because someone else at the school believes in something else … I come from a small community, where the church is important, and these traditions are beautiful. I remember enjoying them myself as a child, and they are a fundamental part of Christmas.”

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French firefighters ambushed and pelted with stones after fake emergency call

For the second time in two months, firefighters were attacked in the French city of Nimes.

This time an incident took place in the Chemin Bas d’Avignon district. The fire brigade received an emergency call about a car fire.

They reacted immediately but at their arrival in the Nimes suburb, there was no fire. Instead they were greeted by “three or four hooded individuals”. Shortly afterwards, stones the size of baseballs were thrown at them by the men.

Because the firefighters decided to leave the scene early, no one was injured. The firemen are shocked by the incident and the aggression against them. Two months ago, another fire brigade was attacked in the Pissevin district.

 

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Disabled elderly woman violently robbed by two North Africans in the Netherlands

Dutch police are looking for two men who violently robbed a 71-year-old woman in the town of Hoogerheide on 16 October this year.

The woman was taking a ride in her mobility scooter when a car started following her. One of the men in the car opened his window and asked the elderly woman where the hospital was located.

As the woman was answering the question he suddenly grabbed her wrist and violently removed her bracelet. A struggle ensued for some time as the woman tried to fight back in vain.

Eventually the wristband was forcefully yanked off the lady’s wrist by the man. The elderly woman’s wrist was covered with blood and her skin was torn like paper.

Police are searching for two men with a “North African appearance”: One is 1,80 meters, about 40-years-old, chubby with a big belly. The driver of the car is 1,70 meters, thin and has a neatly trimmed beard.


By Nik

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Migrants in Greece will be housed in hotels while you pay for it

In July this year the European commission (EC) allocated €209 million to accommodate migrants and to provide them with cash assistance in Greece.

An enormous amount for some “camps” and “humanitarian aid” don’t you think? But as is often the case when the EC is involved, that’s not the whole story.

Earlier we reported that Greece wanted to house its migrants at luxury cruise ships and in hotel rooms. This has now become a reality as at least 156 migrants will be moved from the Aegean island of Chios, to three hotels in Northern Greece.

For now, 71 come from Syria, 26 from Iraq, 12 from Afghanistan, 20 from the Palestinian Authority, 9 from Kuwait, 3 from Iran, 2 from Somalia, 1 from Sudan and 1 from Guinea.

It is highly likely that many more migrants will follow as it is an easy solution for the Greek government since the bill is paid for by the European taxpayer.


By Nik

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95 per cent of Hungarian Parliament votes against more migrants and “Soros plan”

Hungary’s Parliament adopted on Tuesday a resolution proposed by ruling Fidesz rejecting the European Parliament’s November 16 decision on mandatory quotas on the relocation of asylum seekers.

The resolution was adopted with 142 votes in favour and 3 against. The Socialists, the leftist Democratic Coalition and green LMP did not vote. Jobbik voted yes, three independents voted no.

Fidesz deputy head Szilard Nemeth told a press conference after the vote that it had made it clear that “the entire left wing has lined up behind the Soros plan”. The vote showed clearly who supports the “Soros plan” and who defends Hungary’s interests and the country’s sovereignty, Nemeth insisted. Jobbik “denies the existence of the Soros plan one day and admits it the next”, Nemeth said, “which is what happened in the vote”.

Fidesz group leader Gergely Gulyas explained at a press conference that the mandatory relocation quotas included in the EP’s resolution fit into the “Soros plan”, but are against Hungary’s national interest and the opinion of the majority.

The main opposition party’s lawmaker Gabor Staudt told a press conference that his party “has always been anti-immigration”. Staudt stressed that Jobbik agrees with 95% of the resolution against the “Soros plan”, adding that they see no written indication that the European Parliament would indeed implement that plan. He added that while Fidesz wants to make the impression that the whole opposition is pro-immigration, Jobbik supported the resolution. Jobbik proposed to include the rejection of the residency bond programme and to exclude the reference to the “Soros plan” (“because it doesn’t matter whose plan is used to relocate people”), but both were rejected.

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Trump was right: Only 23 per cent of Flemish feel safe in Brussels

Migrant riots, street fights and terror attacks: Brussels surely isn’t the place to be in Belgium and is starting to look like Trump’s “hellhole”. Now even the Belgians agree with that, because most of them don’t feel safe anymore in their capital.

Migrant riots in Brussels – YouTube screenshot

According to an “IPSOS” poll with 2,546 participants, only 23 per cent of Flemish feel safe in Brussels. Half of all the Flemish, or 50 per cent, feel unsafe in Belgium’s capital.

A minority of 44 per cent of French speaking Belgians (Walloons) said they feel safe in Brussels, with 38 per cent feeling unsafe.

Shocking statistics that show how the city has changed from a popular tourist destination into an increasingly unsafe and crime ridden place. In a 2015 safety study Brussels was already ranked behind Johannesburg and Mexico city for example. But the city has other serious problems as well.

Last month three migrant riots took place within two weeks and police were surely out of control. A place where police are also out of control are the city’s suburbs.

Brussels’ migrant suburbs Molenbeek and Schaarbeek have become borderline no-go zones. Molenbeek even became known as a “hotbed for terrorists” when it became clear that three of the terrorists who committed the terror attacks in Paris grew up in the suburb.

Even after the attacks in Paris one of the terrorists could stay for weeks in Schaarbeek without getting detected. Also police have a hard task of arresting people in the area without getting surrounded or attacked. Media in Belgium sometimes call Molenbeek “little Morocco” because of its large migrant population.

It is unclear if Brussels has a strategy to recover, but like most of Europe’s cities its problems are slowly spiralling out of control. But as long as political correctness dominates the agenda, nothing will change and Europe will soon has its first “hellhole”.

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Hungary’s FM: Migration is a very serious danger that needs to be stopped

Europe faces serious problems such as migration as well as the need for economic development and further enlargement, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told a Central European Initiative (CEI) summit of heads of governments in Minsk on Tuesday. Common sense rather than emotion should be the guide to finding solutions, he said.

“There are serious debates in Europe about the future of the continent, which is natural because many sovereign countries must resolve important issues. The problem is that these debates turn emotional very quickly…”

he told MTI by phone after his speech. Central Europe must represent common sense and make sure that the debates remain on that footing, because this is the only way to guarantee security for the continent in the aforementioned three areas, he added.

At the meeting, the CEI’s next three-year action plan focusing on migration, the economy and EU enlargement was approved. “Central Europe has to be tough in these debates and voice its sober standpoint loudly and clearly,” Szijjarto said. “The western part of the continent, acting emotionally, is trying to organise migration,” he said. “But migration is a very serious danger that needs to be stopped rather than organised,” Szijjarto said.

“Seeing developments in Africa and the Middle East, it seems the reserves of migration are inexhaustible. Hungary and the region have already proven that illegal migration is stoppable,”

Szijjarto said.

The same policy of common sense should apply as far as the economy is concerned, too, Szijjarto said. Only countries with low taxes can withstand competition, he said.

“We cannot let anyone from the western part of the continent force us to raise taxes under the flag of tax harmonisation. Central European states can afford to lower their taxes thanks to their citizens’ hard work and their governments’ fiscal discipline. We have to insist on taxation remaining a national competency,”

Szijjarto said.

Regarding the EU’s expansion, Szijjarto said that speeding up the accession process of countries of the Western Balkans is in Hungary’s interest or else “the tensions in the region will become a serious security risk for central Europe,” he said.

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Europe is now a place where churches and synagogues are no longer safe

There’s a lot of leftist hypocrisy about the attacks on a synagogue and a Jewish chapel in Sweden. By admitting millions of Muslim migrants from Africa and the Middle East, anti-Semitism was imported by the same leftist politicians who are now suddenly ‘shocked’.

While anti-Semitism gets a lot of attention there are also thousands of attacks on Christian statues, churches and cemeteries as well

But there’s more hypocrisy and ignorance, because our politicians and police officers refuse to act when needed. A few days before the attacks in Sweden there were already chants of “Shoot the Jews” and “Knife the Jews” during a demonstration in the city of Malmö, but Swedish police did nothing about it.

While anti-Semitism gets a lot of attention there are also thousands of attacks on Christian statues, churches and cemeteries as well.

In just one German region, two hundred churches and several Christian symbols were damaged for example. Also a Pakistani migrant was arrested recently for trying to blow up a church in Mannheim.

Search for it and you will also find a lot of cases in Italy, Austria, France and other European countries. A more well known case of the destruction of Christian symbols and churches took place in the Balkans.

After the Yugoslav war in 1995, thousands of churches were destroyed by mostly Albanian Muslims. Imagine what would happen if the same number of mosques would have been destroyed in Europe. Do you feel the hypocrisy?

There are also cases of people being beaten up for wearing a cross in migrant populated areas, being threatened for converting to Christianity or threatened for simply being a Christian.

In a lot of European cities Jews and Christians have to hide their religious symbols in migrant suburbs to prevent violent attacks. But there are deadly cases as well: A 66-year-old Jewish woman was murdered in her house in a Paris suburb, by a Muslim migrant who shouted “Allahu Akbar” and “Shaitan!” (Arabic for ‘Satan’).

There were other deadly attacks on Jewish targets in Belgium, France and in the Netherlands some Jewish schools even need police protection and a big fence.

But there are also deadly attacks on Christian ‘targets’ in Europe. Last year Berlin’s Christmas market was attacked by a Muslim migrant from Tunisia and a French priest was murdered by two Muslims in France.

It’s time that Europe’s politicians admit that there’s a very serious problem with Islam: Because it is no longer the extreme right who is responsible for most of the attacks on Jews according to this study.

Antisemitic Violence in Europe, 2005-2015

The statistics of attacks on Christians will probably not look very different as most migrants come from Africa and the Middle East: Areas were Christians are being prosecuted and attacked by Muslims on a daily basis.

While our politicians could choose to ignore the problem it is important to inform ourselves. This excellent essay from Dr. Bill Warner shows the real face of Islam: As a totalitarian system it is obsessed with unbelievers and other religions and it wants to dominate.

But people like Geert Wilders and Tommy Robinson also wrote excellent books about Islamisation and Islam. To end this story and as a warning, we quote Dr. Bill Warner:

“After it enters a society, Islam rules given enough time. The result of Islamic political doctrine is that all power – political, cultural, and religious–becomes totally Islamic. The only exceptions occur when Islam is resisted by force, such as in Spain, the Balkans and at the Gates of Vienna.”

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AfD politician: Germany needs a higher birthrate instead of replacing our own people by migrants

Gottfried Curio, a member of Germany’s AfD anti-immigration party, said his country is not solving its demographic problem by admitting more migrants into the country.

According to him the “flood with the lowest qualified and their families” will not lead to stabilisation of Germany’s job market, but instead leads to more unemployment. He adds:

“What would be more decisive would be an increasing birthrate, a proactive family policy, as it would be expected of us, not before, instead of replacing our own people.”

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