Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/7/2018

Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini threatened to shut down Italy’s airports to prevent Germany from flying in migrants. Meanwhile, Denmark announced that it would not accept its EU quota of migrants for 2018.

In other news, two young men in London were arrested after attacking four police officers and stabbing two of them.

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USA
» Claim: Judge Kavanaugh’s Adherence to Rule of Law Will Impede Climate Action
» Limo Crash Kills 20 People in Upstate New York
» Vatican Announces Investigation Into Serial Sex Abuser Cardinal McCarrick
 
Europe and the EU
» AfD’s Jews Say German Far-Right Party Isn’t Anti-Semitic
» Brexiteer MPs Threaten to Vote Down Budget to Block Theresa May’s ‘Non-Brexit’
» British Boy Given Detention at School for Suggesting He’d Vote UKIP
» EU to Help May Get Brexit Deal Through Parliament and Stop ‘No Deal’ For More Concessions
» Finland Police Investigate Five Cars Apparently Torched in Espoo
» In Bavaria AfD and CSU Bring Voters to an Election Crossroad
» Italy: Demand is Too High: No More Housing in Milan in 5 Years
» Massive Win for Right-Wing ANO Party in Czech Republic’s Local Election — Big Losers Are the Left
» Pope Adviser Urges Rethink on Catholic Celibacy
» Salvini: Italian State Will Strengthen Self-Defence Rights, Cover Legal Costs of Home Defenders
» Salvini Slaps Down Globalist EU Chiefs for ‘Ruining’ Italy, Europe
» UK: Khan’s London: Teens Arrested After Two Police Officers Stabbed
» UK: Notorious Hate Preacher ‘Will be More Dangerous Than Ever’ When He is Freed From Jail This Week — as Taxpayers Face a Six-Figure Bill to Keep Him Safe
» UK: Noel Gallagher Would Reform Oasis to Stop ‘Lunatic’ Corbyn Becoming Prime Minister
» Vatican Cardinal Defends Pope Francis From ‘Political Plot’ By Former Nuncio
» Victims Group in Poland Maps 255 Sex Abuse Cases by Priests
 
Middle East
» Turkey Believes Saudi Journalist Was Killed in Consulate
 
Russia
» Pro-Russia Party Looms Large at Latvia Elections
 
Far East
» “Disappeared” Interpol Chief Abruptly Resigns After Wife Reveals Chilling Text Message
» North Korea Agrees to Allow Inspectors Into Nuclear Testing Site, Pompeo Says
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» Cameroon’s Biya at Helm of Six-Time Election Winning Machine
 
Latin America
» Brazil’s “Donald Trump” Wins ‘Overwhelming Support’ In First-Round Presidential Vote
» The Fifth Online Vigil for Julian Assange
» Venezuela Migrant Crisis ‘Monumental’: UN Refugee Agency Chief
 
Immigration
» Asylum Seeker Brutally Rapes Child Who Was Teaching Him German
» Danish Minister Rejects EU Migrant Quotas Claiming ‘Too Few Contribute’
» Italy Threatens to Close Airports in Standoff With Germany Over Migrant Flights
» Swedish Journalist Who Writes About Migrant Violence Threatened With His Life — Police Refuse to Help
 
Culture Wars
» Orban: Europe Locked in ‘Culture War’, But ‘Cultural Peace’ Reigns in Hungary
» Wales: Guilty: Doctor Ran Illegal Transgender Clinic, Treated Children as Young as 12
 
General
» Bombshell: Audit of Global Warming Data Finds it Riddled With Errors
 

Claim: Judge Kavanaugh’s Adherence to Rule of Law Will Impede Climate Action

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Greens are worried Judge Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court will impede their efforts to stretch Congressional mandates beyond their original intent.

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Limo Crash Kills 20 People in Upstate New York

(CNN) A limousine failed to stop at an intersection in upstate New York and struck a parked vehicle, killing 20 people in the deadliest transportation accident in the United States in nearly a decade, authorities said Sunday.

The crash happened shortly before 2 p.m. ET Saturday in Schoharie, New York State Police First Deputy Superintendent Chris Fiore told reporters. The 2001 Ford Excursion was traveling southwest on State Route 30 when it didn’t stop at the intersection with State Route 30 A and collided with an SUV in the parking lot, Fiore said.

All 18 people in the limo were killed, including the driver, Fiore said. Two pedestrians near the unoccupied 2015 Toyota Highlander in the parking lot were also killed, he said. The people who died were all adults.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families following this horrific tragedy,” Fiore said.

Authorities are still notifying the families of victims and declined to release the victims’ names, according to Fiore…

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Vatican Announces Investigation Into Serial Sex Abuser Cardinal McCarrick

The Vatican announced Saturday that it will begin an investigation into the serial homosexual abuse of former U.S. cardinal Theodore McCarrick in the face of mounting pressure to address the issue.

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

AfD’s Jews Say German Far-Right Party Isn’t Anti-Semitic

A small number of Jewish people are founding a group to support the far-right Alternative for Germany party. They say the reports of the AfD’s anti-Semitism are overblown.

The group, Juden in der AfD (“Jews in the AfD,” or JAfD), launches on Sunday in the city of Wiesbaden, in spite of a number of scandals in which prominent AfD figures questioned Germany’s remembrance culture about the Holocaust. In June, co-leader Alexander Gauland dismissed the Nazi era as a “speck of bird shit in over 1,000 years of successful German history.”…

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Brexiteer MPs Threaten to Vote Down Budget to Block Theresa May’s ‘Non-Brexit’

Pro-Brexit Tory MPs are threatening to vote down the budget to stop Theresa May allying with Labour MPs to push a ‘Soft Brexit’ deal through Parliament.

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British Boy Given Detention at School for Suggesting He’d Vote UKIP

LBC’s, Nick Ferrari was shocked when a caller on his show said “his teenage son was given detention along with 2 other class mates for saying they’d vote Ukip during an election.”

The teacher responded to the students by saying “all Ukip voters were racists” and then handed out detention for their comments.

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EU to Help May Get Brexit Deal Through Parliament and Stop ‘No Deal’ For More Concessions

The European Union wants to help Theresa May get a Brexit deal through Parliament if she abandons her so-called ‘red lines’ and makes more concessions.

The bloc appears to be moving towards a trade deal with Britain and is offering the Prime Minister a written commitment to consider “frictionless trade”, the Guardian reports, with a proposal expected to be delivered next week.

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Finland Police Investigate Five Cars Apparently Torched in Espoo

Police are asking for members of the public to come forward if they have any information about the incidents.

Police say they are in the early stages of an investigation into a case involving five vehicles severely damaged by fire in Espoo’s Matinkylä district.

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In Bavaria AfD and CSU Bring Voters to an Election Crossroad

As Bavaria gears up for the October 14 election showdown, voters are caught between tradition and change. For some the vote is a referendum on Angela Merkel’s government, but for others it’s a chance to protest the CSU.

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Italy: Demand is Too High: No More Housing in Milan in 5 Years

Since the beginning of the year, there has been a 32% leap in real estate sales and purchases. And Turin risks becoming the Fashion capital’s dorm

Milan risks exploding. According to many analysts and research such as that just presented by the study center of Sigest, while in Rome there are 200,000 empty houses and in Turin 60,000, with residents decreasing, in Milan the increasing housing requests has grown to such an extent that in five years there may not be more houses available.

A trend that concerns the new, but also the used, sales as well as the rent. What complicates the situation is the growth of short-term rents, as Mario Breglia a local real estate agent explains, “With Airbnb you earn more and this increases rents in general making those who want to sell think twice about it, they then fraction the apartment and rent it out”.

There has been a 32% sales increase in construction sites compared to 2017, with 1,233 homes sold. “Milan real estate sales confirms itself to be travelling at a different speed than the rest of the country — Enzo Albanese, head of the Sigest report comments, — thanks also to a series of urban transformations that have improved the city, making it more attractive than other major urban centers. Considering how the real estate sales have grown, the city risks, over the next five years, not being able to meet the demand for new housing…

           — Hat tip: C. Cantoni [Return to headlines]
 

Massive Win for Right-Wing ANO Party in Czech Republic’s Local Election — Big Losers Are the Left

The Ano party of Prime Minister Andrej Babis has won the municipal elections in all regional capitals except Prague — where the opposition Civic Democrats and Pirates took first and second, respectively — and Liberec.

The big losers of the day, in both the municipal and Senate races, were the Social Democrats and Communists.

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

Pope Adviser Urges Rethink on Catholic Celibacy

The head of Germany’s Catholic Church has called for a debate on the celibacy requirement for priests, in response to the clergy sex abuse scandals. Cardinal Reinhard Marx said “weak excuses” were no longer acceptable.

Cardinal Reinhard Marx has called for a “frank discussion” within the Roman Catholic Church on homosexuality, abuse of authority and the “celibacy and the training of priests” as part of the response to clergy sex abuse scandals.

“If no corrective action is taken by the church — and we are working on it, we must work on it — the state has no other choice but to intervene,” Marx said on Friday, referring to ongoing investigations of church leaders in places like Chile, the United States and elsewhere…

           — Hat tip: C. Cantoni [Return to headlines]
 

Salvini: Italian State Will Strengthen Self-Defence Rights, Cover Legal Costs of Home Defenders

As part of a new self-defence reform, Italy’s populist interior minister Matteo Salvini has promised that people who confront home invaders will have their legal bills paid for by the Italian state.

The new self-defence bill is set to enter parliamentary debate on the 23rd of October, with Mr Salvini pushing for more liberalisation on the rights of Italians to defend themselves from home invasions, Il Giornale reports.

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

Salvini Slaps Down Globalist EU Chiefs for ‘Ruining’ Italy, Europe

Matteo Salvini has hit back at major EU figures including President Jean-Claude Juncker, stating that globalist policies imposed by unelected bureaucrats were wrecking Europe.

“People like Juncker and [Pierre] Moscovici have ruined Europe and our country,” Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior said, after the European Commissioners launched a number of verbal attacks on the country’s populist coalition government.

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UK: Khan’s London: Teens Arrested After Two Police Officers Stabbed

Two young men have been arrested after four police officers were attacked in London, with two suffering stab wounds and one in hospital in a serious condition.

Following a fight in Islington, north London, the Metropolitan Police Force said two male officers were stabbed and two female officers also injured, one to the head and one breaking a bone.

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

UK: Notorious Hate Preacher ‘Will be More Dangerous Than Ever’ When He is Freed From Jail This Week — as Taxpayers Face a Six-Figure Bill to Keep Him Safe

A notorious hate preacher due to be released from jail within days is ‘more dangerous than ever’ and will ‘poison the minds’ of a new generation, it was claimed last night.

Anjem Choudary could be released as early as this week from the maximum-security Frankland Prison in County Durham after serving less than half of his five-and-a-half-year sentence.

He was jailed in 2016 for publicly supporting the Islamic State terror group.

But last night a source said: ‘He is still a dangerous individual. He has become more aggressive in his views.’

The Mail on Sunday has also learned that keeping Choudary in a safe house after his release will cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of pounds…

           — Hat tip: Yokel [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Noel Gallagher Would Reform Oasis to Stop ‘Lunatic’ Corbyn Becoming Prime Minister

Former Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher would rather reform the chart-topping band than see “lunatic” Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn become Prime Minister.

The Brit-pop legend was asked if he would prefer to end his famous feud with younger brother Liam or see the far-left socialist politician in Downing Street.

Speaking on TalkSport radio, Noel answered: “I’d have to get the band back together, I think. I don’t want that lunatic running the country.”

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

Vatican Cardinal Defends Pope Francis From ‘Political Plot’ By Former Nuncio

The head of the Vatican’s bishops’ office has reproached a former papal nuncio for his “unjust and unjustified attack” against Pope Francis for the way he handled the case of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s serial homosexual abuse.

“I think it is abhorrent,” writes Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the prefect for the Congregation for Bishops, in an open letter Sunday to Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, “for you to use the clamorous sexual abuse scandal in the United States to inflict an unm

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Victims Group in Poland Maps 255 Sex Abuse Cases by Priests

WARSAW, Poland — A private foundation in Poland has published a map of 255 cases of sexual abuse of minors by the country’s Catholic priests — the latest development pressuring Poland’s church to admit and take responsibility for such abuse cases.

Church leaders in predominantly Catholic Poland, where the church enjoys great authority, are under growing pressure from facts being revealed and from court convictions.

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

Turkey Believes Saudi Journalist Was Killed in Consulate

Turkey has concluded that a missing Saudi journalist was murdered by a special hit squad inside Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul. The prominent commentator was last seen entering the diplomatic mission.

Turkish officials believe that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was likely killed inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey’s largest city, multiple news outlets reported on Sunday.

“The initial assessment of the Turkish police is that Mr. Khashoggi has been killed at the consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul. We believe that the murder was premeditated and the body was subsequently moved out of the consulate,” anonymous sources told both Reuters and the Associated Press…

           — Hat tip: C. Cantoni [Return to headlines]
 

Pro-Russia Party Looms Large at Latvia Elections

Latvians are going to the polls in parliamentary elections that could see a strong showing from a Russia-friendly party. The country is celebrating the centenary of its independence from Russia this year.

Latvians were voting Saturday in a general election that could see a pro-Kremlin-populist coalition come to power, as the Baltic state celebrates the centenary of its independence from the Tsarist Russian empire after the World War I.

With a quarter of voters remaining undecided on the eve of the election, according to independent polling firm SKDS, the result is still wide open…

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“Disappeared” Interpol Chief Abruptly Resigns After Wife Reveals Chilling Text Message

Update: Interpol said on Sunday that Meng has resigned as the president of Interpol.

“Today, Sunday 7 October, (at) the Interpol General Secretariat in Lyon, France received the resignation of Mr Meng Hongwei as President of Interpol with immediate effect,” reads a statement from the international police organization.

South Korean national Kim Jong Yang wil become acting president, while a new president will be appointed at a Nov 18-21 meeting to be held in Dubai.

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North Korea Agrees to Allow Inspectors Into Nuclear Testing Site, Pompeo Says

SEOUL, South Korea — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that in his meeting with Kim Jong-un on Sunday, the leader of North Korea had agreed to allow inspectors into a key nuclear testing site that the North has claimed it blew up, a down payment on the country’s commitment to denuclearize the country.

Mr. Pompeo, whose planned trip to the North in August was canceled by President Trump because of a lack of progress, described his few hours on the ground in Pyongyang, the capital, as a “good trip.”

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Cameroon’s Biya at Helm of Six-Time Election Winning Machine

YAOUNDÉ (AFP) — President Paul Biya, the 85-year-old Cameroonian leader seeking a seventh term on Sunday, has developed an effective system to stay in power despite long overseas absences.

One of Africa’s longest serving leaders, he has made Yaounde’s Etoudi presidential palace his home since 1982.

“Those who want power don’t last, it’s those who can (rule)” he told journalists in 2015, making a rare remark about his long years in charge of Cameroon.

He also once warned of his sweeping powers telling a Cameroonian journalist in 1986: “Just a little shake of my head and you’ll be reduced to nothing.”…

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Brazil’s “Donald Trump” Wins ‘Overwhelming Support’ In First-Round Presidential Vote

Update (7:45 pm ET): After one of the most bizarre presidential campaigns in Brazilian history (it at one point featured one candidate who was in prison and another who was hospitalized with a life-threatening stab wound), Jair Bolsonaro, the right-wing candidate who has embraced the label of “Brazil’s Donald Trump” has outperformed even the rosiest expectations.

Roughly 90 minutes after the last polls closed in the country’s western-most provinces, 95% of votes have been counted. The result: a landslide win in favor of Bolsonaro, who took home an impressive 46.8% of the vote, according to Brazil’s TV Globo.

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The Fifth Online Vigil for Julian Assange

As the crisis over Julian Assange continues to mount, the fifth online vigil for Assange was broadcast live on Saturday by Consortium News. You can watch the entire event here.

The isolation of Julian Assange, publisher of WikiLeaks, continues unabated as his lawyers and the former president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, warn of deepening crisis for the imperiled asylee. These warnings come on the heel of the appointment of renowned Icelandic journalist Kristinn Hrafnsson as the new editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks — itself an indication of the dire circumstances at hand.

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Venezuela Migrant Crisis ‘Monumental’: UN Refugee Agency Chief

Cúcuta (Colombia) (AFP) — Venezuela’s migrant exodus has sparked a “monumental” humanitarian crisis, UN Refugee Agency chief Filippo Grandi said during a visit Sunday to a border area of neighboring Colombia.

Grandi said he could better appreciate the scale of the crisis after visiting the city of Cucuta on the Colombian-Venezuelan border and he expected the United Nations will be able to provide more funds to help Colombia deal with the influx.

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Asylum Seeker Brutally Rapes Child Who Was Teaching Him German

A 27-year-old asylum seeker in Bückeburg in Germany, admits to forcing a 13-year-old girl to have sex with him, news outlet Unser Tirol reports.

The young girl and the migrant met at the local refugee relief centre and they met several times. The migrant said he wanted to learn the German language.

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Danish Minister Rejects EU Migrant Quotas Claiming ‘Too Few Contribute’

Danish Immigration and Integration Minister Inger Støjberg has rejected EU migrant quotas for 2018, saying that migrants do not contribute enough to Denmark.

The Venstre party politician said that Denmark would not be opening the country’s borders to asylum seekers, saying: “Although we have gained significantly better control over the influx, we are still in the position that we are struggling to integrate the many refugees who have come to Denmark in recent years.”

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Italy Threatens to Close Airports in Standoff With Germany Over Migrant Flights

TALY has threatened to close its airports to planes carrying migrants from Germany as a bitter row between European Union states over how to share responsibility for asylum seekers continue to escalate.

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Swedish Journalist Who Writes About Migrant Violence Threatened With His Life — Police Refuse to Help

In a video blog, the freelance journalist Joakim Lamotte, who is best known for his videos about different rape cases and the increased violence against women in Sweden, explains why recently he hasn’t been as active on Facebook as usual.

The reason is that he has been subjected to systematic threats with the purpose to silence him and stop his journalistic activities.

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Orban: Europe Locked in ‘Culture War’, But ‘Cultural Peace’ Reigns in Hungary

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said that the “culture war” is not being fought on Hungary, but it being fought in Europe which is succumbing to a “creeping” cultural surrender.

Addressing the audience at a ceremony to celebrate the revamp of the Budai Vigadó, which houses the country’s heritage museum, Prime Minister Orban remarked that though he “hear[d] that there’s a culture war going on in Hungary”, he believes the central European country is rather existing in a state of “culture peace”.

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Wales: Guilty: Doctor Ran Illegal Transgender Clinic, Treated Children as Young as 12

A doctor who gave hormones to children as young as 12 has been found guilty of running an unlicensed sex-change service.

Welsh GP Helen Webberley faced criminal charges for running an online ‘gender identity’ treatment service without a licence, using the website GernderGP.co.uk.

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Bombshell: Audit of Global Warming Data Finds it Riddled With Errors

Just ahead of a new report from the IPCC, dubbed SR#15 about to be released today, we have this bombshell— a detailed audit shows the surface temperature data is unfit for purpose. The first ever audit of the world’s most important temperature data set (HadCRUT4) has found it to be so riddled with errors and “freakishly improbable data” that it is effectively useless.

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7 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/7/2018

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bczCnZkdJjQ

    Hello,

    the “Global Compact for Migration” is to be adopted in Marrakech in December. This is an agreement of the UN, i.e. the United Nations, on future immigration. The agreement is a socio-political nuclear bomb. According to the Global Compact, everyone has the right to settle anywhere – regardless of whether they are refugees or migrants. This means that there is no longer any state sovereignty and no borders. There are only “open settlement areas” left. These goals are clearly formulated in the so-called campaign booklet. It says:

    “Migration becomes an own human right. This right takes precedence over the rights of the natives. States must actively promote migration, e.g. through safe travel routes. Migrants are of course fully entitled to all social benefits. Migrants should be able to live their own culture in cities to be founded for this purpose.” One would then have e.g. stonings after the Sharia in Mecklenburg, and Hindu widow burnings in Bavaria.

    Of course, children of migrants should automatically acquire the citizenship of the country in which they were born. And additionally those of father and mother, i.e. up to three nationalities. Every migrant child is allowed to bring its entire family with it. And critical reporting on migration should lead to the loss of any state support, e.g. the cancellation of advertisements. For example, freedom of the press and freedom of opinion are to be curtailed at the same time.

    Because the left-green radical globalists of the UN know that this concept would meet with opposition, they initially presented a defused paper which, however, still describes migration as “unrestrictedly positive and inevitable”. This paper was adopted by the EU Parliament in April 2018, also with the votes of the old German parties.

    In the meantime, the draft has secretly and quietly grown from 25 to 34 pages. Under the leadership of Foreign Minister Maas, without parliamentary consultation, with clear tightening at the expense of the European countries. This is how “politics” works.

    EU leader Juncker once described this aptly: “We decide something, then put it in the room, and wait a while to see what happens. If there is no big shouting and no riots, because most people don’t understand what has been decided, then we will continue. Step by step, until there is no turning back”.

    This “no turning back” is what Mrs Merkel wants to ensure in Marrakech. If she agrees to the Global Compact, it will become politically binding, and later also binding under international law. Then the sovereignty of Germany will finally be over. Then all gates will be open for all. And – and this is crucial – they can no longer be closed.

    The Global Compact is a work of left-wing enemies of the West. They want the great repopulation, they want to destroy the European peoples. And the nation states.

    António Guterres, Commissioner responsible for refugee policy at the UN and President of the Socialist International for many years, says this explicitly: “The receiving countries have a duty to guarantee and ensure the annual resettlement requirements. These countries do not have the right to close themselves off to migration.”

    This makes the dream of all local leftists come true. Germany, the “bad piece of [excrement]” (anti-German slogan), will cease to exist, its population “thinned out and pushed back” (Joschka Fischer), just as Jürgen Trittin, Katrin Göring Eckardt and other leftists literally longed for.

    Hungary and the USA have already rejected the Global Compact, as have the wise Danes. In Germany, only you can stop the Global Compact. By writing to the deputy of your constituency in the Bundestag that he must prevent the Global Compact. And if you live in Hesse or Bavaria, send a powerful signal to Berlin: Give AfD your voice – vote AfD!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beYW5Gx9oJ0

  2. Frau Merkel is the higher responsible of the invasion of EU, because she opened the gate to the migrants, with the Syrian war-refugee scam in 2015 (the others are UK/FR/US with the Libyan war in 2011).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VdzvY4vlAw

    As a consequence of this political policy for which her government has worked straight to the success of it, millions of people from all of middle east and Africa started the route toward parasitism on welfare state shoulders of European countries. Italy (like Greece), under a corrupted government of progressive liberals at that time, has been blackmailed, with economic sanctions by ECB and IMF, by the europarliament and the many European commissions and other internationals organizations of the freemasonry, to be the hub and free port of this international fraud and this artificial stimulated and military driven self invasion of the most of European countries.

    Finally, some people is waking up in Germany, and it seems, I hope, new forces come to power in next 14 October Bavarian elections, not the traitors of CDU/CSU (which are two faces of the same monster). These traitors, which now fear the polls, in fact, as a last resort to regain some share in the eye of the electors, want to send the migrants they invited, to Italy (which is also part of Europe so a very dumb move) one of the few countries in Europe which is now actively working to send all this people where they can live free and happy and where they belong: Africa.

  3. “Massive Win for Right-Wing ANO Party in Czech Republic’s Local Election — Big Losers Are the Left” that’s not quite right. Big loosers were the traditional left, social democrats and communists, but the Pirates are Antifa lefties and ANO itself is leaning more and more towards the left. It was a “center” party to begin with, originally slightly leaning towards the right, now much more towards the left.

  4. “The young girl and the migrant met at the local refugee relief centre and they met several times. The migrant said he wanted to learn the German language.”

    Well this was a disaster just waiting to happen. It’s hard to understand how the parents of a 13 year old girl would allow her to hang around a migrant centre. It’s like sacrificial lambs to prove your not islamophobic. The 27 year old migrant “said he wanted to learn the German language.” Yeah, right.

  5. When you read such articles, you never know: either they lied or the truth.
    Why then write it if we have a visa-free regime with Central Asia and can be put in jail for the hatred of migrants and Islam.

    The Islamic State is targeting the families of the pilots.
    Bombing terrorists in Syria wanted to stop with the help of hostages in Russia

    https://www.kommersant.ru/amp/3764370

  6. re : Pope Adviser Urges Rethink on Catholic Celibacy

    Many of this pope’s problems comes from his choice of advisors. If Cardinal Reinhard Marx recited the Ten Commandments to me, I’d want to fact-check him.

    Marx isn’t on the pope’s ‘ inner council ‘ of nine cardinals because of his sagacious advice or theological discernment, but because he controls the purse-strings of the Catholic Church in Germany, perhaps the wealthiest in the world, relative to its number of adherents.

    This isn’t because of high weekly attendance, and generous voluntary donations, by individuals, into the collection plate, as most of us in the West are familiar with. Quite the contrary, in fact.

    Cardinal Marx’s operation is funded by a state payroll tax … so the money just keeps rolling in, reliably, week after week. No need for German bishops to pay any heed to the views of the flock. Many bishops live in regal digs. Talk about living in a ‘bubble’ !

    Advocacy for doing away with priestly celibacy is in fact PART of the cover-up of homosexual activity by priests. It’s a smokescreen, and also a slander on ‘celibacy,’ which does not lead to sexual abuse, whether hetero- or homo-.

    The real issue is CHASTITY … and Cardinal Marx knows it. He simply lacks the backbone to preach the hard truth. Development of the virtue of chastity is something all Christians are called to, the laity included … and the married, appropriate to their state. Is it easy? No. Did Christ say it would be easy? No. Not without Him.

    In any case, all Catholic priests already ARE married – supernaturally – to the Church, the ‘bride of Christ’. (And I would expect a Catholic Cardinal to believe in the supernatural – or do I expect too much?)

    Marx would have priests become bigamists. Or permit their boyfriend-‘wives’ to move into the parish rectory with them (and us to support them both)!

    As a single lay man I am ‘celibate,’ whether by choice or accident. As a heterosexual, I struggle to keep my sexual urges under control. But being unmarried in itself has not turned me into a child molester, or rapist. And all Christians are expected to shun fornication, or adultery.

    Cardinal Marx insults me … and all the priests who sacrifice the comforts of married life for the good of their flocks, so that they can be available to them 24/7.

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