Pat Condell pulls no punches and tells it like it is.
Video: A Word To The Criminal Migrant
Pat Condell: “We’ve had enough. The tide is turning.”
Pat Condell pulls no punches and tells it like it is.
Video: A Word To The Criminal Migrant
Pat Condell: “We’ve had enough. The tide is turning.”
Fighting age young men. Muslims countries refuse to take them in. Mass immigration with no vetting.
Sweden imprisoned a Syrian man asylum seeker to life in prison for participation in the 2012 mass execution of seven government troops in Syria. Now Germany. There is no doubt ISIS freaks are entering countries as refugees.
German police arrested two Syrians and a Bosnian Thursday for alleged war crimes in Syria, including mass murder of 36 people in 2013.
A Syrian refugee identified as Abdalfatah H. A., 36, is accused of being the executioner at a mass killing of 36 government employees in 2013. He’s a suspected member of the al-Qaida-linked Al-Nusra Front.
Abdulrahman A. A., 26, was also arrested for being part of the network. He is accused of managing funds, vehicles and weapons for one of Al-Nusra Front’s combat units.
A 33-year-old Bosnian was arrested for supplying vehicles to Sunni militia Junud al-Sham. The case is not related to the Syrians.
Germany has taken more than one million refugees since the start of 2015, with many seeking protection from the wars in Syria and Iraq. Federal police officers are investigating around 30 cases of possible war crimes committed by people currently in the country, according to Der Spiegel. DailyCaller
What is wrong with the German people.
Open Doors defines “persecution” as:
Christian persecution is any hostility experienced from the world as a result of one’s identification as a Christian. From verbal harassment to hostile feelings, attitudes and actions, Christians in areas with severe religious restrictions pay a heavy price for their faith. Beatings, physical torture, confinement, isolation, rape, severe punishment, imprisonment, slavery, discrimination in education and employment, and even death are just a few examples of the persecution they experience on a daily basis.
A tragic part of Christian persecution in the Middle East is those who have fled, find the persecution resumes in the West. Christian fleeing finds Muslims placed in positions of power in Europe. The gatekeepers are the same ones they are fleeing.
German broadcaster Welt24 reports, that a few days ago, German politician Wolfgang Bosbach met a Christian Iraqi family in Nordrhein-Westphalia (his constituency), who had recently applied for asylum in Germany.
Bosbach heard them tell how they had fled their country for fear of jihadist violence. Eventually, they reached the part of their story, in which they filled in their asylum application, in one of the foreign offices of the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF). There, they faced a BAMF employee with a headscarf, who was going to decide whether or not they, Christians, would get protected status.
Last year, 97.000 Iraqis submitted an application for asylum in Germany. In January, 64.6% of Iraqi asylum applications were successful. The family that Bosbach met however, was rejected, and they told him they felt they were at a disadvantage because of the official who handled their case. Bosbach understood their reasoning:
“I understand the applicants’ concern that their application may not have been decided upon solely on objective and prejudice-free considerations, (…) when they are Christians telling a headscarf-wearing Muslima that they have suffered persecution by Muslims.”
To Bosbach, it doesn’t matter so much, whether or not the official in question really was prejudiced, but merely that “the applicants have reason to fear that their application might not be objectively decided.” And Bosbach is of the opinion that this fear
“is not entirely ungrounded. Therefore, I cannot understand, why only Muslims in BAMF get to decide whether or not Christians, who fled from radical Muslims, get the right to stay in the Federal Republic of Germany.”
The Ministery of Internal Affairs meanwhile, appears to agree with the BAMF. It simply does not consider the headscarf, unlike the Christian cross, to be “a religious symbol in and of itself.” Only in context can it have a comparable meaning. And even that is not considered a problem, as there is no law or regulation against the wearing of religious symbols by civil servants. Gatestone
Election year in Germany.
Angela Merkel will offer cash handouts worth millions of pounds for migrants to leave Germany in an effort to silence criticism of her ‘open-door’ border policy.
In a highly-embarrassing U-turn over the ill-fated plan, which saw 1.2million migrants flock to the country, Mrs Merkel has now vowed to send many of them home.
The German chancellor agreed a package of measures to speed up the deportation process for an estimated 450,000 migrants who have been rejected asylum.
The controversial plan, which marks a significant toughening of previous proposals, includes a £76million scheme that will offer migrants cash incentives to leave Germany voluntarily.
Many will see the move as a desperate attempt for Miss Merkel to claw back support ahead of her challenging re-election bid in September.
Criticism of her decision to leave Germany’s borders open and welcome all refugees during Europe’s migration crisis in 2015 has led to a surge in support for anti-immigrant parties. DailyMail
How many like Haisam Omar Sakhanh are already settled in Europe.
A Swedish court on Thursday sentenced a Syrian man to life imprisonment for participation in the 2012 mass execution of seven government troops in Syria.
The Stockholm District Court ruled that 46-year-old refugee Haisam Omar Sakhanh joined the armed group Suleiman Company in early May 2012, and shot a person dead with an assault rifle.
Judge Tomas Zander said the victim, who was not identified, was shot dead along with six others ‘under particularly cruel circumstances’.
The seven men who were shot were part of the Syrian regime who had been captured by the independent Islamist group, which was founded in 2011…
In Sweden, life imprisonment is normally ten years. The court said Sakhanh should then be expelled from the country and banned from returning. DailyMail
Video: Footage shown in court of mass murderer Haisam Omar Sakhanh
Have the French considered – stop taking in migrants and deport many of those in their country?
Paris authorities placed huge boulders under a bridge where asylum-seekers set up a makeshift camp, local activists say, claiming some migrants who are waiting to be resettled have nowhere else to go and have not slept for days.The makeshift migrant camp was reportedly set up in the Porte de la Chapelle area in the north of the French capital. The camp is in front of La Chapelle refugee center, which still is coping with the mass influx of refugees and apparently cannot admit everyone.
The makeshift migrant camp was reportedly set up in the Porte de la Chapelle area in the north of the French capital. The camp is in front of La Chapelle refugee center, which still is coping with the mass influx of refugees and apparently cannot admit everyone…
L’Express newspaper received a comment from the mayor’s office, which confirmed that it was its decision to place the stones “to avoid street camping.”
A volunteer from Solidarité migrants Wilson told the paper that she talked to migrants who lived under the bridge in La Chapelle.
“They are exhausted, they [are] cold, some have not slept since Friday, we are extremely indignant,” she said, adding that another makeshift center was set up in the area on Sunday. Others took refuge in the Porte de la Chapelle metro station, she added.
The number of refugees arriving in France, however, appears to be much more than the centers are able to host. According to Asylum Information Database, which collects data on the influx of migrants, over 85,000 people applied for asylum in France in 2016.
Many asylum-seekers from the Middle East, Africa, and Afghanistan travel to France in hopes of crossing the English Channel to the UK, often having had their applications rejected elsewhere, or in expectation of better prospects in Britain than in the rest of the EU. RT
I expect a lot more from the Aussies. Political correctness, letting their government take their firearms….
“Self-segregation has become a reality” in Australia, says Senator Malcolm Roberts, with people “fleeing areas of heavy migrant settlement, especially Islamic settlement”.
“This is not only white flight, it is every kind of flight. Every type of Australian is fleeing these new ghettos” claimed the One Nation populist, citing research on diversity and societal cohesion which suggests the country’s identity and social fabric are beginning to fray.
“Culture and integration matter to Australians,” he told colleagues in the Australian parliament’s upper house, condemning the “coldness and arrogance of [the] political elites” who refused to recognise this.
“In our fraying society, self-segregation has become a reality. We the people are seeking to protect our children, our daughters, our property, our liberty,” he stated bluntly. BreitBart
The Swedish Policeman Peter Springare continues to post on Facebook the realities of his work as a criminal investigator in Orebro, Sweden.
Part of his post:
Unfortunately, I have not been able to work so much this week because of the “storm” that flows from different directions, as a result of my post last Friday. But I come here to report some facts, about a couple of the categories we examined here at the Serious Crime Unit in Örebro during the period 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2016.
The first is the category of murder/attempted murder, which is one of the most serious crimes in our penal code. It is often very complex to investigate and require very significant resources and time [manpower], which obviously affects the results of the investigation in the case, for example, on the variety of crimes.
Murder/attempted murder 1 Jan 2015-Dec 30, 2016;
– 12 investigated cases. 24 suspected perpetrators
– In 10 of the cases the perpetrators was of foreign origin.
– In 2 of these cases the perpetrators was of Swedish descent.
– Out of a total of 24 involved perpetrators 22 was of foreign origin and 2 of Swedish descent.
The vanishingly small proportion of all immigrants that are criminals, thus are greatly over-represented here when it comes to very serious violent crimes. And now, if this would be fairly equal in the country at large, we in Örebro got a very, very big problem.
Extortion; the same conditions in the time period.
– 18 investigated cases. 25 suspected perpetrators.
– In 13 of the cases the perpetrators were of foreign origin.
– In 4 cases the perpetrators where of Swedish descent.
– In 1 case, the perpetrator was unknown.
– Out of a total of 25 offenders 19 was of foreign origin and 5 was of Swedish descent and 1 unknown.
I will come back next week or earlier, with some reports from my end.
I would like to end with this;
Ahmed’s father did not want to see his children get killed in a torn, violent, war-torn country. He staked everything he had and fled to Sweden. He wanted to give his children a safer life and a better future.
Today, Ahmed was assassinated. Brutally shot down in the street in Sweden.[*We guarantee that Ahmed was assassinated by another Ahmed, although Peter Springare may not have details of this yet. TMI]
Majority of the victims of these violent crimes that I and other serious crime investigators in the country investigate are just immigrants or children of immigrants. Therefore, it is not so strange that I got so much support by precisely immigrants, because they understand what it is I put my finger on. MTheMuslimIssue
Chatham House under took a massive poll of 10,000 respondents in 10 separate countries. The poll shows that majorities everywhere favor a halt to Muslim immigration. A huge European 10-country poll shows a major shift in public sentiment on immigration from Muslim countries. A continent-wide opposition to further Muslim immigration – an average of 55 % stop immigration, 25% don’t know, just 20% of Europeans support further Muslim immigration.
A majority of Europeans want a ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries, a poll has revealed.
An average of 55 per cent of people across the 10 European countries surveyed wanted to stop all future immigration from mainly Muslim countries…
…Only 20 per cent disagreed, while 25 percent said they did not know.
A ban was supported by 71 percent of people in Poland, 65 percent in Austria, 53 percent in Germany and 51 percent in Italy. In the UK, 47 percent supported a ban. In no country did more than 32 per cent disagree with a ban. Independent
Support is also fractured by where you live. Of those living in rural, less populated areas, 58% are opposed to further Muslim immigration. Whereas among those based in cities and metropolitan areas just over half agree with the statement and around a quarter are less supportive of a ban. Opposition is also more prominent among ‘left behind’ voters, with nearly two-thirds of those who feel they don’t have control over their own lives supporting the statement. Similarly, 65% of those Europeans who are dissatisfied with their life oppose further migration from Muslim countries. There is also some evidence that public opposition crosses political boundaries, with three-quarters of those who self-classify themselves as on the right of the political spectrum and more than a third of those on the left supporting a halt. Chatham House
Europe in 2017 has several key elections.
There are presidential and parliamentary elections in France and Germany, general elections in the Netherlands, Norway and the Czech Republic, presidential elections in Hungary and Slovenia and local elections in Portugal. Britain is still in the turmoil of its Brexit decision and there are local elections in the United Kingdom that could be dominated by the referendum’s aftermath. Forbes
After findings in Austria that migrant crime has more than doubled in two years, sex attacks had gone up 133 percent in 2016, and that 90 percent of the migrants are unemployable and are on government benefit payments, Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka suggests annual migrant intake of 37,500 be reduced to 17,000 per year. Also if the number of migrants entering Austria exceeds 17,000 they will be housed in centers.
Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka has announced there were a total of 22,000 criminal complaints against migrants in 2016 – a significant increase since 2015.
The Interior Minister said the migrant criminal statistics had rapidly increased since 2014 causing a stir on social media. “In 2014, we had 10,400 asylum seekers who were suspected and reported, 2015 were 14,000, and 2016 were 22,000,” he said during an interview with Austrian television station ZiB 2. Mr. Sobotka then advocated a continuation of a limit on asylum applications per year, Kronen Zeitung reports.
The report comes after Sobotka announced in December, having been probed by the anti-mass migration Freedom Party (FPÖ), that migrant sex attacks had gone up 133 percent in 2016.
Mr. Sobotka also spoke on the subject of employment for asylum seekers and claimed that up to 90 per cent of them had no prospects of finding work in Austria at the present time and have ended up on government benefit payments.
Jobs are an important part of the integration process, Sobotka argued, claiming that real integration can only work “if we can offer jobs to people”.
Sobotka’s party, the Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), have proposed that the current migrant limit of 37,500 be reduced to 17,000 going forward. When asked what the government would do with any asylum seekers who came after the number had been reached, Sobotka said that many would be housed in reception centres near the border or near airports.
Sobotka noted that Austria had been more successful in carrying out deportations than many other European Union (EU) member states saying that the country had become the “European repatriation champions”. He said that Austria had provided the most help to migrants who were being sent back to their home countries. BreitBart
In an exasperated rant on Facebook in Swedish, Peter Springare a police investigator and former deputy head of the Division for serious crimes at the police in Örebro spoke plainly about those who are behind the serious crimes in Sweden.
The report to the police came after the local newspaper Nerikes Allehanda found the outspoken policeman to be racist, the usual solution to silence any criticism in the politically correct country. Speisa
Springaree added, in a new post: “If you can’t discuss the problem of crime among immigrants without it being called racist propaganda, things are very bad.”
Here is what he wrote:
“I’m so fu*king tired. What I will write here below, is not politically correct. But I do not care. What I will tell to you taxpayers is forbidden to tell by us state employees. It results in the loss of career and loss of individual salaries. Even if it’s true. I do not care about all this. I will soon retire anyway, after 47 years in this business. I will now and every week going forward, in detail account for what I as an investigator of the serious crimes unit of the police in Örebro work with. It will not harmonize with BRÅ’s (statistics) perception or other leftist criminologists perception in the public debate.
Our pensioners are on their knees, the school is one of chaos, health care is an inferno, police have been completely destroyed, etc, etc. Everyone knows why, but no one dares or wants to talk about the reason, because Sweden has always lived on the myth of the magnificent ultimate society that has unlimited resources to be in the forefront when it comes to being the only politically correct option in a dysfunctional world that has bend over itself, through the destructive behavior of various religions name.
Here we go; This I have handled Monday-Friday this week: Rape, rape, aggravated rape, assault, rape, extortion, blackmail, abuse of judicial procedure, threats, violence against the police, threat to the police, drug trafficking, aggravated drug offenses, attempted murder, rape again, extortion again and beatings.
Suspected perpetrators; Ali Mohamad Mahmod, Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, again, again, again, Christoffer … huh, it is true. Yes a Swedish name popped into the outskirts of a drug offense, Mohammed Mahmod Ali, again and again.
Countries represented this week, all crimes: Iraq, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Somalia, Syria again, Somalia, unknown country, unknown country, Sweden. Half of the suspects, we can not know for sure because they have no valid papers. Which in itself often means that they lie about the nationality and the identity.
Now we’re talking only about Örebro. And these crimes occupy our investigative capacity to 100%.
This is how it looks and has looked like for the last 10-15 years.
Will return next Friday with an account of the past week.”
1,100 police officers to arrest 16, must be a no go zone. Too little too late, but a good start anyhow. It is an election year in Germany.
Some 1,100 German police officers conducted surprise raids on 54 flats, mosques, and industrial facilities in a large-scale operation that nabbed 16 terrorist suspects on Wednesday, including a recruiter and human trafficker linked to Islamic State.
Today’s operation in the central German state of Hesse followed a separate night raid in Berlin on Tuesday that led to the detention of three suspects with alleged links to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), local media reports.
Sixteen suspects from 16 to 46 years old were detained in several cities, including Frankfurt, Offenbach, and Darmstadt. They are being investigation for having possible links to Islamic State, according to Bild RT
Three suspects with alleged links to the Islamic State terrorist group have been arrested in Berlin. Prior to the arrests – a mosque, which Christmas market attacker Anis Amri frequented – was raided, according to media reports.
Berlin police arrested three people late Tuesday, the Bild newspaper reported, citing the prosecutor’s office.
German security agencies are reportedly investigating an alleged “state-threatening” offence, however it remained unclear whether the suspects had any concrete plans to carry out an attack in Berlin. All of them are being investigated on suspicion of radicalism and links to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorist group.RT