Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/23/2018

Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini denied entry to an NGO migrant ship, which has also been refused by Malta. In addition, the Italian government promised to impound two other NGO “rescue” vessels if they landed in Italy. Mr. Salvini told French President Macron that France risked becoming Italy’s #1 enemy on the migration issue.

In other migration news, more than 400 migrants were rescued off the coast of Spain and brought to safety.

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USA
» 47 Groups Weighing SPLC Lawsuit Warn ‘Editors, CEOs’: ‘You Are Complicit’ In Hate Group ‘Defamation’
» Koko, The Famous Gorilla Who Learned Sign Language, To be Laid to Rest at Animal Sanctuary
» Romney Makes Final Pitch to Voters Ahead of Senate Primary
 
Europe and the EU
» Czechs Hit Back Against EU Crackdown on Legal Gun-Owners: ‘Free Countries Don’t Disarm Their Citizens’
» French Police Dismantle Massive Drug Smuggling Ring in Marseille Suburb
» Left-Wing Terrorism Still Active in Greece, Europol Report Finds
» New US Ambassador Arrives in Budapest, Hungary
» Spaniards Continue to Rail Against Release of Sexual Abuse Gang
» Stonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras’ Theorem 2,000 Years Before Greek Philosopher Was Born, Say Experts
 
Middle East
» Pope Francis: ‘A Middle East Without Christians Would Not be the Middle East’
» TV Blackout for Erdogan Opposition as Turkey Vote Looms; Goldman on What to Expect Tomorrow
 
Far East
» Ten Days After Trump-Kim Summit, Hard Work is Yet to Begin
 
Latin America
» Mexican Retaliatory Tariffs Target Republican Areas in the United States
 
Immigration
» 70% of Brits Want to Reduce EU Immigration According to Channel 4 Poll
» EU’s Plan to Thwart Migrant Crisis Fails Before it Begins as Not One African Nation Agrees
» Germany: Asylum Seeker Sentenced for Strangling Murder of Romanian Woman
» Germany to Cause ‘Chain Reaction Across EU’: Austria Fires Warning as Merkel on Brink
» Hungary: Italy is Right to Block “Soros Vessels” From Docking in Its Ports
» Irish PM Meets Hillary Clinton, Insists Europe Needs More Migrants to ‘Enrich Societies’
» Italy Says ‘Arrogant’ France Risks Becoming ‘No.1 Enemy’ On Migration
» Italy to Impound NGO Migrant Ferries
» Italy and Germany Face Off Over Immigration
» Italy Attacks ‘Arrogant’ Macron: France Risks Becoming Our Number One Enemy on Migration Issues
» Italy Defiant as Migrant Ship Stranded in Mediterranean
» Macron Backs Sanctions on EU States That Refuse Migrants
» Migrants Attack German Ambulance Crew: Emergency Doctor Suffers Traumatic Brain Injuries
» Migrant Chaos Latest: Austria May Harden Border, Spain Relaxes Border, Italy and Malta Reject Another Migrant Ferry
» Over 400 Migrants Rescued in Three Operations Off Spain: Rescue Service
» Portland Occupiers Shut Down ICE Office, Replace American Flag With ‘Refugees Welcome’ Flag
» Reuters ‘Fake News’ Spins Pope Against Trump
» Time Cover Photo of Trump a Fake
» Time Peddling Slime: Crying Tot on Mag Cover is Rank Propaganda
 

47 Groups Weighing SPLC Lawsuit Warn ‘Editors, CEOs’: ‘You Are Complicit’ In Hate Group ‘Defamation’

On Wednesday, no fewer than 47 nonprofit leaders maligned by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) — many if not most of whom are considering a lawsuit against the organization — warned a vast array of executives and leaders that if they parrot the SPLC’s damaging “hate group” labels, they would be “complicit” in “defamation.”

“Editors, CEOs, shareholders and consumers alike are on notice: anyone relying upon and repeating its misrepresentations is complicit in the SPLC’s harmful defamation of large numbers of American citizens who, like the undersigned, have been vilified simply for working to protect our country and freedoms,” the signatories wrote.

The letter followed news — broken at PJ Media — that no fewer than 60 organizations are considering suing the SPLC following a groundbreaking settlement in which the organization formally apologized to a Muslim reformer, Maajid Nawaz, for branding him an “anti-Muslim extremist.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Koko, The Famous Gorilla Who Learned Sign Language, To be Laid to Rest at Animal Sanctuary

Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language and became a pop-culture phenomenon, will be laid to rest Saturday in a ceremony at an animal sanctuary in Northern California where she lived for decades.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Romney Makes Final Pitch to Voters Ahead of Senate Primary

AMERICAN FORK, Utah (AP) — Mitt Romney is flashing his familiar smile at city parks and backyards in Utah’s mountains and suburbs this week, making his final pitch after being forced into a Republican Senate primary Tuesday against a conservative state lawmaker.

His opponent has painted him as an outsider who can’t get along with President Donald Trump, but Romney has quieted his once-strident criticism.

“I’m not someone who’s going to be a daily commentator on everything the president says by any means, but if there’s something of significance that the president says or does, I feel a moral obligation to express my own view,” he told The Associated Press in an interview at a Utah restaurant where heads turned and people stopped to ask for photos.

Romney predicted earlier this month that Trump would win re-election in 2020. He hasn’t endorsed him, though, and declined to do so this week, saying it’s too early and he expects Trump to have an as-yet-unknown challenger for the Republican nomination…

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

Czechs Hit Back Against EU Crackdown on Legal Gun-Owners: ‘Free Countries Don’t Disarm Their Citizens’

Czech president Milos Zeman has put his name to a petition opposing an EU diktat which would clamp down on legal gun-owners and backed a constitutional amendment which would guarantee citizens’ right to keep arms for self-defence and protection of the homeland.

The directive on tightening control of firearms under the guise of counter-terrorism was approved by the European Parliament in mid-March, and would see the Czech Republic — which combines comparatively liberal gun rights with low levels of crime and extremely low levels of terrorism — forced to impose new restrictions or face sanctions from Brussels.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

French Police Dismantle Massive Drug Smuggling Ring in Marseille Suburb

On June 18th, Marseille’s police dismantled Marseille’s biggest drug smuggling ring. At least 250 policemen were mobilised for the operation against the drug ring which operate in “La Castellane”, one of Marseille ‘s most dangerous districts.

Two drug lords, vendors, watchers and drugs minder have been arrested. Police also seized 200 KG of cannabis, 10 weapons, including 2 Kalashnikovs and submachine guns, a grenade, 30,000 euros in cash and 2 bullet-proof vest.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Left-Wing Terrorism Still Active in Greece, Europol Report Finds

Greece, and to a lesser extent Italy and Spain, are the only countries in the European Union still facing the threat of left-wing violence, Europol said in its annual “Terrorism Situation and Trend” (TESAT) report.

According to Europe’s law enforcement agency, “left-wing and anarchist terrorist groups and individuals continued to have enhanced operational capabilities and access to military-grade weapons” in Greece in 2017, during which a total of eight attacks were carried out.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

New US Ambassador Arrives in Budapest, Hungary

US President Donald Trump’s Ambassador to Hungary, David B. Cornstein, arrived in Budapest on June 22, 2018, the US Embassy in Budapest said on its Facebook page on Friday.

“Ambassador David Cornstein and Mrs. Sheila Cornstein were greeted by Deputy Chief of Mission David Kostelancik and senior Embassy diplomats at the Liszt Ferenc Airport this afternoon. On behalf of the Hungarian Government, State Secretary Levente Magyar also provided a gracious welcome,” the embassy wrote.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Spaniards Continue to Rail Against Release of Sexual Abuse Gang

Protesters hit the streets across Spain for the second day running on Friday, after five men sentenced to nine years in prison for sexually abusing a young woman at Pamplona’s bull-running festival were released on bail.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Stonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras’ Theorem 2,000 Years Before Greek Philosopher Was Born, Say Experts

The builders of Britain’s ancient stone circles like Stonehenge were using Pythagoras’ theorem 2,000 years before the Greek philosopher was born, experts have claimed.

A new book, Megalith, has re-examined the ancient geometry of Neolithic monuments and concluded they were constructed by sophisticated astronomers who understood lengthy lunar, solar and eclipse cycles and built huge stone calendars using complex geometry

One contributor, megalithic expert Robin Heath has even proposed that there exists a great Pythagorean triangle in the British landscape linking Stonehenge, the site from which the Preseli bluestones were cut in Wales, and Lundy Island, an important prehistoric site.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Pope Francis: ‘A Middle East Without Christians Would Not be the Middle East’

“The Middle East today is a crossroads of difficult, painful situations,” Pope Francis said Friday, while suggesting that some would like to see the Christian presence eliminated.

There is a risk in the Middle East the risk of “obliterating Christians,” the pope told a meeting of Aid Agencies for the Oriental Churches taking place in the Vatican. “A Middle East without Christians would not be the Middle East.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

TV Blackout for Erdogan Opposition as Turkey Vote Looms; Goldman on What to Expect Tomorrow

Presidential and parliamentary elections will be held concurrently in Turkey on Sunday, with the results likely to start emerging on Sunday evening. In the presidential election, opinion polls suggest that President Erdogan is likely to fall just short of the 50% required to win in the first round (implying a second round run-off on July 8). In the parliamentary elections, opinion polls also point to a close result, with a high probability that the incumbent AKP-led Cumhur Alliance could lose its majority.

While victory is likely for Erdogan (as we detailed here), as Live Oak Capital’s Brad Hoff notes below, Erdogan is utilizing all his state powers to ensure his own success…

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Ten Days After Trump-Kim Summit, Hard Work is Yet to Begin

After flying back to Washington last week, seemingly giddy with success, US President Donald Trump (r) tweeted “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea” — a bold claim with Kim Jong Un’s arsenal still in place (AFP Photo/SAUL LOEB)

Washington (AFP) — The landmark summit between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un ended with a North Korean pledge of “complete denuclearization,” but 10 days on no timetable for action has emerged.

After flying back to Washington last week, seemingly giddy with success, the US leader tweeted, “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea” — a bold claim with Kim’s arsenal still in place.

But senior US officials admit there is much work to be done as negotiators thrash out the details of what they hope will be Pyongyang’s “complete, verifiable and irreversible” disarmament.

Many observers were disappointed that the short statement of intent signed by the two leaders did not more clearly define denuclearization, fearing Kim plans to keep his hard-won deterrent.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has angrily insisted that the term “complete” in the document includes the concept that denuclearization will be “verifiable and irreversible…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Mexican Retaliatory Tariffs Target Republican Areas in the United States

President Trump recently imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum from Mexico. Mexico retaliated by imposing tariffs on certain exports from the United States.

That’s not too complicated.

However, there’s more to it than that.

Mexico’s recently-announced retaliatory tariffs were specifically imposed on products produced in Republican areas of the United States.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

70% of Brits Want to Reduce EU Immigration According to Channel 4 Poll

Channel 4 News conducted a survey and the results were eye opening. The survey found that 70% of people want a reduction in immigration and 73% want it reduced to the tens of thousands.

When asked which was more important between filling job vacancies or reducing EU immigration, 61% stated that reducing EU immigration was most important.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

EU’s Plan to Thwart Migrant Crisis Fails Before it Begins as Not One African Nation Agrees

The European Commission announced a plan to set up migrant screening centres on African soil to try and reduce the number of people making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.

But Dimitri’s Avramopoulos, the European Commissioner for migration, admitted that Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Niger and Tunisia had not been consulted about the plans and that no official proposals had been lodged with them.

Tahar Cherif, the Tunisian Ambassador to the EU said: “The proposal was put to the head of our government a few months ago during a visit to Germany, it was also asked by Italy and the answer is clear: no!”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Germany: Asylum Seeker Sentenced for Strangling Murder of Romanian Woman

A 22-year-old asylum seeker from Mali has been found guilty in a German court of strangling a Romanian woman to death after robbing her.

The murder, which occurred last year in September in the city of Regensburg, saw the 22-year-old hire the 33-year-old Romanian for sexual services, with the intent to rob her and strangled her afterwards.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Germany to Cause ‘Chain Reaction Across EU’: Austria Fires Warning as Merkel on Brink

Heinz-Christian Strache yesterday cautioned frazzled Angela Merkel, who is desperately battling to maintain her trademark open-border policy despite Horst Seehofer threatening to pull out of their coalition partnership should she keep Germany’s floodgates open.

Should the German Chancellor refuse, her entire government would collapse and the country could experience a surge in immigration similar to the 2015 epidemic, which saw Germany welcome in more than a million migrants from Africa and the Middle East.

Mr Strache said: “It can’t come to a renewed wave like the one seen in 2015 again.”

He then vowed that like Italy and Hungary, Austria will do everything in its power to deter immigration into the country.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Hungary: Italy is Right to Block “Soros Vessels” From Docking in Its Ports

Italy is right to block “Soros vessels” from docking in its ports, Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party said on Saturday.

The party reacted in a statement to Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini’s remark that rescue boats carrying migrants can “forget about” docking in Italy’s ports.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Irish PM Meets Hillary Clinton, Insists Europe Needs More Migrants to ‘Enrich Societies’

Europe needs more mass migration from the Global South because it “enriches our cultures and societies”, according to Leo Varadkar, who announced he will import more asylum seekers to Ireland after meeting Hillary Clinton.

Speaking days after a meeting with senior EU figures in Dublin, the globalist taoiseach (prime minister) committed to resettling a greater number of illegal immigrants stuck in Greece and Italy in Ireland than the batch of 4,000 already agreed.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy Says ‘Arrogant’ France Risks Becoming ‘No.1 Enemy’ On Migration

MILAN (Reuters) — Italy on Saturday said “arrogant” France risked becoming its “No.1 enemy” on migration issues, a day before European leaders convene in Brussels for a hastily arranged meeting on the divisive issue.

In answer to comments by French President Emmanuel Macron, who said migration flows towards Europe had reduced compared with a few years ago, Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said Macron’s words showed he was out of touch with reality.

“Italy indeed faces a migration emergency and it’s partly because France keeps pushing back people at the border. Macron risks making his country Italy’s No.1 enemy on this emergency,” Di Maio wrote on his Facebook page.

Macron said European cooperation had managed to cut migration flows by close to 80 percent and problems stemmed from “secondary” movements of migrants within Europe…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Italy to Impound NGO Migrant Ferries

The Italian government has announced that it may take in migrants from two NGO ‘rescue’ ships, but may seize the vessels for allegedly flying the Dutch flag illegally.

The two ships, the Lifeline and the Seefuchs, operated by the Mission Lifeline NGO, have so far not attempted to access any Italian ports after being told that their ships would be impounded, Europe 1 reports.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy and Germany Face Off Over Immigration

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has shown himself a tougher leader than expected, standing up first to France’s Emmanuel Macron and now Germany’s Angela Merkel over immigration issues.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy Attacks ‘Arrogant’ Macron: France Risks Becoming Our Number One Enemy on Migration Issues

Italy has launched a furious attack on “arrogant” French President Emmanuel Macron warning that France risks becoming its “Number 1 enemy” on migration issues, a day before European leaders meet in Brussels for a hastily arranged meeting on the divisive issue.

Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said Mr Macron’s claims migration flows towards Europe had reduced in comparison to a few years ago were out of touch with reality.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy Defiant as Migrant Ship Stranded in Mediterranean

Italy defiantly declared on Saturday that its ports were closed to foreign-flagged rescue ships as German charity vessel Lifeline lay off the coast of Malta in limbo with more than 230 migrants aboard.

Malta — which is also refusing to take in the boat in a new diplomatic standoff with Italy — nevertheless said it had sent in humanitarian supplies.

“The Lifeline, an illegal ship with 239 immigrants on board is in Maltese waters,” Italy’s far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini wrote on Facebook. “These boats can forget about reaching Italy, I want to stop the business of trafficking and mafia.”

           — Hat tip: Charles Low [Return to headlines]
 

Macron Backs Sanctions on EU States That Refuse Migrants

French President Emmanuel Macron came out Saturday in support of financial sanctions against EU countries which refuse to accept migrants.

“We can not have countries that benefit hugely from EU solidarity and claim national self-interest when it comes to the issue of migrants,” he said at a press conference in Paris alongside Spain’s new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez.

“I am in favour of sanctions being imposed in the event of no cooperation,” he said.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Migrants Attack German Ambulance Crew: Emergency Doctor Suffers Traumatic Brain Injuries

Two migrants have attacked the crew of an ambulance in Ottobrun. The emergency doctor suffered a broken jaw, brain injuries and lost several teeth, Abendzeitung reports.

The emergency vehicle drove up to the nursing home on “Ottostrasse” to assist emergency responders and responders from the Ottobrunn fire brigade, who were treating a life-threatening illness there.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Migrant Chaos Latest: Austria May Harden Border, Spain Relaxes Border, Italy and Malta Reject Another Migrant Ferry

BRUSSELS (AP) — The Latest on the migrant crisis in Europe (all times local):

4:20 p.m.

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says his country will reintroduce controls on its border with Italy if Germany were to turn back migrants at its border to Austria.

Kurz told daily German tabloid Bild on Saturday: “we would do everything possible to protect our borders … including border protection at the Brenner” — one of the main Austrian-Italian border crossings.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Over 400 Migrants Rescued in Three Operations Off Spain: Rescue Service

A total of 418 migrants were rescued in three operations off Spain on Saturday, the country’s national rescue service said.

In the largest of the operations, 262 people on 15 vessels were rescued in the Strait of Gibraltar, Salvamento Maritimo said on Twitter.

Twenty-seven others were found in the Mediterranean between Spain and Morocco and 129 more off the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Portland Occupiers Shut Down ICE Office, Replace American Flag With ‘Refugees Welcome’ Flag

“Occupy” protesters have been camping outside an ICE office in Portland, Oregon, leading the facility to temporarily shut down. The occupiers say that they won’t leave until the Trump administration revokes its “zero tolerance” immigration policy.

Since Sunday the agitators, whose numbers are increasing, have been engaged in activities such as blocking the entrance to the building…

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Reuters ‘Fake News’ Spins Pope Against Trump

In one of the most egregious cases of journalistic deception in recent memory, Reuters has spun Pope Francis to literally say the opposite of what he said regarding President Trump and immigration.

Veteran pope-spinner Phil Pullella, who famously lured Francis into calling Trump a non-Christian in 2016, was back to his old tricks, trying futilely to get the pope to criticize the U.S. president. Having failed to do so, Reuters simply went with the story anyway, carefully selecting which papal quotations to insert in the story and which to omit to back up their pre-conceived narrative.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Time Cover Photo of Trump a Fake

An outraged world is fuming over the new Time magazine cover photo showing President Donald Trump standing tall, looking superior over a tiny “refugee” girl at his feet, her head down and sobbing, who (the photo implies) had been torn away from her parents during Trump’s handling of the refugee crisis.

‘Yep, that’ll do it,’ the Democrat Communist Trump-haters boasted when the new phony Time issue came out. President Trump is a monster with no heart for anyone but himself — the democrats say. Dirty politics at its finest.

Those of us who made inquires learned that this little girl is NOT a refugee and she has parents. She was never separated from her parents!

This entire photo fraud was staged fake news to make President Donald Trump look bad which has become a full time occupation of the Communist Democrats who plan to take over America.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Time Peddling Slime: Crying Tot on Mag Cover is Rank Propaganda

A girl cries and the media lies. That’s what the recent viral Time magazine cover, showing a weeping Honduran tot facing President Trump, reflects. The photoshopped image has been used to symbolize the separation of migrant children from their parents — a policy dictated by U.S. law and which Barack Obama also pursued — but what really needs separation here is fact from fiction.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

12 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/23/2018

  1. Apparently USA has deported over 5000 Imam cubs to Iran and blocked their accounts ($148 billions). The news is going viral here, but the main source of the news deleted it after a few hours (the page and title exists but it’s blank now). I cannot find anything in English yet. Either Federal Treasurer prefers to conceal the details or the news is fake. I hope it’s true. Finally something good happened.

  2. .
    Expert warns: The Islamisation of a country can no longer be stopped if Muslim population reaches 16%

    picture: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6hlmf

    According to a Harvard University study, the Islamisation of a country cannot be stopped once the Muslim population reaches 16 percent of the total population. This is what Islam expert, Nikoletta Incze, said on 22 June, on Hungarian public television.
    Incze is a researcher at the Centre for the Study of Political Islam, a foundation of American Islam critic Bill Warner, which is active in several countries.

    The interview
    https://www.hirado.hu/kulfold/cikk/2018/06/22/nem-mutat-ellenallast-az-.
    iszlamizacioval-szemben-europa/
    .
    with the Islam expert was broadcasted as part of a morning magazine report that focuses on the spread of Islam in Europe and bears the title “Islamic Advance – Already 44 Million Believers in Europe.”
    At the beginning of the conversation, Nikoletta Incze points out that many countries that are Islamic today were originally Christian, for example Turkey, Egypt and Syria.
    .
    In other countries as well, Islam supplanted the previous religion: Pakistan was Hindu, Afghanistan was Buddhist, Iran was dominated by Zoroastrianism.
    Mohamed and his successors subjugated these countries militarily and Islamised them. Islamisation was a process that took centuries. The question arises at what point it was decided that Islam would prevail in these countries.
    Nikoletta Incze cites a study by Harvard University. According to her, the Islamisation of a country is already inevitable, when the proportion of Muslims of the population is about 16 percent. It will take another 100 to 150 years before the Islamisation is complete.
    .
    Currently, Nikoletta Incze sees an Islamisation of Europe. However, there is a big difference with the Islamic expansion in the Middle Ages: at that time one would have resisted.
    .
    Today, Muslims are treated with tolerance and acceptance instead. Treat Islam as an equal religion ignoring political ideology.

    https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/06/expert-warns-the-islamisation-of-a-country-can-no-longer-be-stopped-if-muslim-population-reaches-16/

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    Hungarian named Nikoletta Inczel now says that 16% Muslim population in a country is all that is needed to completely turn the nation into Islam.

    At this point you cannot stop Islamicization and eventually there will be 100% Muslism.

    Turkey, Syria and Egypt was mentioned as an example of former Christian countries wich were forcibly turned into Islam.

    Pakistan was originally Hinduian. Afghanistan was Buddhic. Iran was Zarathustran. Now there is only Islam.

    It will take 100 years to become completely Islamic once the Muslim population reaches 16%.

    • and this will not happen by conversions but rather by sheer demography: when western people create two generations with one or two children, THEY create three in the same time and with more children.Just do the maths. Their growth is exponential.

  3. .
    addendum:

    How many Muslims live in Sweden?

    This question can not be answered du to authorities have stelthed the question. They prohibit registration of people’s religion in the population records.

    The last census where citizens were asked to state religious affiliation was carried out in 1930 – then 15 persons declared that they were Muslims.

    In 2016, the Pew Research Center estimated that around 810,000 persons in Sweden are Muslims, which corresponds to 8.1 percent.

    Since then, another hundred thousand have been added, so we can probably expect that at least 10 percent of Sweden’s population confesses to Islam.

    It is not important whether or not they are practicing Muslims, you do not have to pray five times a day to consider belonging to Allah’s chosen people.

    According to Pew Research, Sweden will have the highest proportion of Muslims in Europe in 2050. If Muslim immigration continues unabated, 30 percent of “Swedes” will call themself Muslims in no more than 30 years.

    • Thanks for the collection(s) of information you’ve made regarding Sweden’s perilous condition…are ethnic Swedes moving away? Does the government track the outflow? Are they simply moving to the other Nordic countries?

  4. A few weeks ago the center-right government in Spain was replaced by a left government.

    Since then the Aquarius was accepted and the “refugee” smugglers know that hey will be well received there. The only possible problem for them may be that Morocco and Algeria were not bombed into becoming a failed state as Libya and Tunisia.

    I’m sure the lefties in Spain will be eager to have the country enriched and the NGOs will have a field day.

    • If the EU passes its execrable internet censorship bills, places like Unity News will be put out of business.

      Had Hillary been elected, we’d be facing the same thing. In fact, private companies like FaceBook and Google (owns YouTube) already practice this kind of censorship.

  5. JNS.org reports: South African Jewish leaders condemned “alarming” amount of anti-Semitic attacks this week.
    According to the South African Jewish Board of Deputies, there has been a flurry of anti-Semitic and threatening attacks made against South African Jews both on social media and in face-to-face encounters in recent days.

    On Thursday, a video showed passengers awaiting their luggage from an El Al flight into South Africa being verbally abused, and called “wicked Jews.” A mural with a Germany flag, with a swastika inserted in it, also appeared in Johannesburg. There have also been increasing anti-Semitic rhetoric online as well in recent days, the South African Jewish group said.

    Read more here.

  6. A psychiatric expert has claimed one in six people with psychosis in Britain would never have developed it if they had not smoked cannabis.

    Professor Robin Murray, an authority on schizophrenia at King’s College London, said about 50,000 people were now diagnosed as psychotic solely because they used the drug while teenagers.

    Many had no family history of psychosis and would have had no risk of developing the disease if they had not smoked high-strength cannabis, he claimed.

    Professor Robin Murray said one in six people with psychosis in Britain would never have developed it if they had not smoked cannabis.

    • The problem is “high-strength cannabis” aka “skank”, as referred to in your third paragraph.

      As with heroin, the best practical solution is to legalise and control the drugs, including strength (and tax them like alcohol and tobacco), taking distribution out of the hands of the criminal gangs. Prohibition (of alcohol) was a disaster in the US; we now face an even more vicious enemy which can never be defeated by other means. See the frequent references to knife and gun crime here in London.

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