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Postby IndraD » 20 Dec 2016 22:47

The arrested driver may not be the perpetrator German police says: real person could be armed and at large.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12 ... um-seeker/

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Postby IndraD » 21 Dec 2016 04:47

Berlin attack has UK connection
UK 'TRUCK HORROR LINK' ISIS commanders who plotted the Berlin Christmas truck massacre may have been groomed by suspected British terror cell
Five arrested in Derby and London suspected of being lined up for an international wave of attacks
The Sun

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Postby IndraD » 21 Dec 2016 04:48

IndraD wrote:The arrested driver may not be the perpetrator German police says: real person could be armed and at large.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12 ... um-seeker/

arrested person has been released and police confesses they bungled up. Manhunt on for truck driver.

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Postby Rammpal » 21 Dec 2016 04:58

pankajs wrote:Czech finance minister says 'no place' for migrants in Europe



Is this the PC version, as they left out 'moslem' from that heading.

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Postby IndraD » 21 Dec 2016 05:08

Notice East European countries have far harder anti Muslim stance than 'jewels of Europe' (Germany , France, UK etc).
Sweden is another country to have done harakari after Germany.

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Postby Kashi » 21 Dec 2016 06:22

IndraD wrote:Notice East European countries have far harder anti Muslim stance than 'jewels of Europe' (Germany , France, UK etc).


Because many of them have the experience of dealing with the Ottomans in the past. Do read about the Battle of Mohács and the other Ottoman-Hungarian wars.

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Postby GShankar » 21 Dec 2016 10:03

OT:
The recent Dracula movie also says the same story where the Hungarian kings agrees to become Dracula to defend against Turks.

OOT:
One wkk acquaintance - omg omg! they have shown the Turks in bad light.. we are the same beebul.

Him being Khatri, he is fully into the Aryan world view is a related matter.

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Postby prahaar » 21 Dec 2016 10:38

IndraD wrote:Notice East European countries have far harder anti Muslim stance than 'jewels of Europe' (Germany , France, UK etc).
Sweden is another country to have done harakari after Germany.


Strangely, Nordics are the strongest defenders of Burkha. Consider it a logical dipole of going naked in public places. They are fed with so much propaganda that they consider Russia/Iran more oppressive than KSA.

The same guys are not sensitive about the plight of Samis.

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Postby IndraD » 21 Dec 2016 20:57

Daily Mail Online ‏@MailOnline 2m2 minutes ago
German police were following Tunisian asylum seeker but lost him months before Berlin Christmas market massacre

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Postby rsingh » 21 Dec 2016 21:07

IndraD wrote:Notice East European countries have far harder anti Muslim stance than 'jewels of Europe' (Germany , France, UK etc).
Sweden is another country to have done harakari after Germany.


This is because Eastern European countries had no jihadi faitfools during communist era. There were either university students with leftist inclination or Vietnamese "guest workers". Western European have enjoyed cheap labour( most of it from muslim countries) since end of WWII. Now second and third generation are no more coal miners. Even refugees from Syria are better of then many white Europeans (who live off social security).

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Postby IndraD » 21 Dec 2016 22:57

Somali refugee who is ‘Al-Nusra Front follower’ interrupts children's Christmas play in Austria to preach from Koran

https://www.rt.com/news/371155-austria- ... christmas/

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Postby IndraD » 23 Dec 2016 02:23

'This isn't Paris. It's only men here' - Inside the French Muslim no-go zones where women aren't welcome http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12 ... paris-men/

French women’s groups have organised a series of protests this year over male-only cafés and areas where they say women are discouraged from wearing skirts or walking alone in the evening.

The issue was highlighted in January by Pascale Boistard, who was then France’s minister for women’s rights. “There are areas in our country where women are not accepted,” she said.

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Postby IndraD » 23 Dec 2016 02:49

Italy in an economic mess
BBC
The referendum result makes life even more challenging for Italy's banks, after the country voted against Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's proposed constitutional reforms.
Several banks are trying to raise new money from investors to reinforce their financial foundations.
Attention is focused especially on Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Italy's third largest bank and the world's oldest. It came out of a recent European Central Bank assessment worse than any other major lender.
Italy's banks are currently one of the main trouble spots for the eurozone.
They are struggling with a burden of bad debt, loans that are unlikely ever to be repaid fully.

However, it is the size of the Italian economy and the size of the government debt that makes the country a smouldering financial volcano. The risks are aggravated by the political situation.
Italy is the third largest economy in the eurozone. The government debt burden, depending on which figures you look at, is certainly one of the largest in the eurozone. In fact, on one measure its debt burden is the largest. As a percentage of the national economy, or GDP, it's an eye-watering 133%, second only to Greece in Europe

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Postby IndraD » 23 Dec 2016 16:05

#BREAKING -- The Berlin Christmas market attack suspect has been killed in Milan, according to Italian state police

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Postby IndraD » 23 Dec 2016 16:48

Malta PM tweets about a potential hijack situation involving Afriqiyah Airways, media reports say two hijackers threatened to blow up plane, reports Reuters

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Postby IndraD » 23 Dec 2016 17:03

Libyan plane with 118 onboard hijacked, lands in Malta

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Postby IndraD » 23 Dec 2016 17:25

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Hijacked plane awaits fate at tarmac : hijackers threatening to blow the plane.

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Postby IndraD » 24 Dec 2016 00:00

Hijack ended up without any casualty. Apparently Matla has agreed to grant them asylum (deep inside was highly suspicious this is the motive after Egyptian hijacker ended up in Cyprus with similar demand). Hijackers are Gaddafi loyalists who have say in West Libya.

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Tunisian refugee believed to be Anis Amri (Berlin attacker) is pictured among newly arrived migrants on the dock of Italy's 'island of hope' in 2011
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Postby IndraD » 24 Dec 2016 00:25

Nigel Farage has pointed to why Eu free borders are dangerous as this man was able to cross through Paris to Italy.

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Postby IndraD » 29 Dec 2016 04:16

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been punished for her open door refugee policy as new figures show support for her conservative CDU party continuing to crumble.
With 434,019 members at the end of last month the CDU has now slipped behind the social democrats with 13,000 people tearing up their party cards this year.
Many of them switched to the hard-right anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD)


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z4UAw5QmgM

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Postby Neshant » 29 Dec 2016 06:25

In their attempt to get cheap, desperate labor into their country they have created a security nightmare for themselves.
Ditto for Canada as well.
Who are the idiots who come up with these foreign policy ideas

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Postby Kashi » 29 Dec 2016 06:42

Neshant wrote:In their attempt to get cheap, desperate labor into their country they have created a security nightmare for themselves.
Ditto for Canada as well.
Who are the idiots who come up with these foreign policy ideas


It's more than that. It's also wholescale importing of prospective voterbank. The recent influx had little to do with importing cheap labour.

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Postby GShankar » 29 Dec 2016 06:44

^^That policy could have worked real well if they allowed good natured SDRE folks instead of the pissfuls.

Time to learn their real lessons.

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Postby Kashi » 29 Dec 2016 06:49

GShankar wrote:^^That policy could have worked real well if they allowed good natured SDRE folks instead of the pissfuls.

Time to learn their real lessons.


The problem from "their" point of view is that most SDRE folks do not follow the script- they do not ghettoise, do not remain uneducated, do not depend on state doles year after year (often surpass local living standards) and do not vote en block for "them". Peacefuls, in particular fulfill most of these criteria, many times over.

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Postby GShankar » 29 Dec 2016 07:00

IMO "their" point of view was more about managing guilt for causing the conflict rather than really about getting cheap labor to help their economy. If it was really about economy they could have achieved it through some of fellow EU member countries also.

I am saying the "vote bank" plan is what did not work and that's why ruling party's popularity is decreasing for every bombing and rape the pissfuls unleash.

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Postby Neshant » 29 Dec 2016 12:33

Oh I'm pretty sure the objective of importing a flood of Syrian refugees is nothing more than an attempt to flood these counties with large quantities of desparate, cheap, manual laborers - to suppress local labor costs. Some idiot economist came up with this idea believing this is beneficial for local manufacturing industries.

This massive influx all the way from Syria is a planned event. Canada seems almost desperate to get as many of these Syrian refugees by the tens of thousands as fast as it could before they jumped on the trains from Greece and vanished into Europe. They were quickly signed up as refugees even bypassing all security background checks and flown to Canada by the planeloads.

Regular Indian, Chinese, Polish, Eastern European tech immigrants will not hang around as living standards and real wages & savings get eroded by currency devaluation and excessive taxation in the above countries while they rise in the East. (They can't promote an email exodus from war torn Ukraine or else the demographics will tip in favor of Russians). Nor will the aforementioned groups be doing subsistence level manual slave labor jobs in western countries. They cannot be counted on as long term working slaves. Moves are even afoot to bring in the siblings and parents of the above at great expense to the taxpayer to make them stay.

Thus the need to get these war torn Syrian folks in large numbers where they don't have a country to return to.

What else explains this carefully choreographed move to flood Europe and Canada with refugees from Syria created by Western & Saudi Arabian backed ISIS terrorists?

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Postby Austin » 29 Dec 2016 13:12

Germany: Seven Muslim migrants arrested for setting sleeping homeless man on fire on Christmas Eve

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“Seven migrants arrested after a sleeping homeless man was set on fire on Christmas Eve at a Berlin subway station,” by Gareth Davies, Mailonline, December 27, 2016

Seven migrants have been arrested after a homeless man was set on fire on Christmas Eve at a Berlin subway station.

The men, aged 15 to 21, are suspected of torching the victim as he slept on a platform bench at Schönleinstraße station.

Six of the suspects are Syrian and one is Lybian [sic] and an attempted murder investigation has been launched.

Thomas Neuendorf, the vice chief of the press office at Berlin Police, told Bild that detectives believe the 21-year-old to have been the main perpetrator.

He, along with his alleged accomplices, were arrested on yesterday.

After torching the homeless man, the suspected assailants hopped onto a train to make their getaway.

CCTV footage captured them watching and laughing as the man was burning on the platform.

It appeared they were celebrating, according to local press.

Remarkably, the victim escaped almost unscathed, thanks to the rapid intervention of several witnesses.

The incident happened metres away from the spot a woman was kicked down the stairs of another subway station in the city….

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Postby Austin » 29 Dec 2016 13:16

EU top dog: Best way to fight jihad terror is with open borders

Juncker is obviously right. Look how well open borders have worked so far in stopping jihad terrorism. Juncker is echoing the common line of the political elites: when he says that “Anyone who pounces on the rhetoric of exclusion is helping the extremists’ way of thinking, which strengthens their spiral of hate,” he means that any measures that Western countries take to restrict Muslim migration in order to defend themselves against jihad terror will only provoke the poor dears and lead to more jihad. His recommendation is essentially that the best defense against jihad terror is no defense at all. Resistance will only make matters worse. Be quiet and submit to Islamization.
The best way to fight terror is with “openness”, European Union (EU) head Jean-Claude Juncker has said, stressing that Europe must continue to receive migrants in the wake of the deadly truck attack in Berlin.

Speaking to Funke Mediengruppe on Saturday, the president of the European Commission warned that the “rhetoric of exclusion” strengthens terrorists, and called for more EU involvement in nations’ internal security.

“Terror only takes us if we allow it”, he said of the attack on Monday, in which a Tunisian migrant ploughed a truck into people at a Christmas market killing 12 and injuring many more.

Declaring that “the basic values for which the European Union stands remain unchanged”, Juncker insisted the continent “must continue to offer refuge to people who flee from war zones and from terror.”

He added that it “would be wrong to put all refugees under suspicion”, stating “Hate and terror have no religion, no sex, no country of origin.”

In an apparent swipe at populists in Europe who believe restricting mass migration from the Middle East and Africa would make the continent safer, Juncker said: “Anyone who pounces on the rhetoric of exclusion is helping the extremists’ way of thinking, which strengthens their spiral of hate.”

“This neither creates solutions nor helps the victims and their relatives.”

Standing firm on the idea that liberalism is the best response to repeated attacks on Europeans, the EU chief said: “Our values, our way of living together in freedom, coexistence, and openness are the best weapons against terror.”

Juncker also noted that freedom of movement across the Schengen area is helpful to terrorists, but said the solution to this is a stronger EU, asserting that “national domestic policy alone is no longer sufficient.”

“We must counter the terrorists’ hatred with the values of the population who want to live freely, openly and peacefully with each other. The people with whom I spoke after the attacks in Berlin, Paris, Nice, and Brussels stand for exactly this attitude.

“They react in a prudent way – and expect to see this reflected in our politics as well,” he said….

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Postby GShankar » 29 Dec 2016 20:40

EU and Canada also have most number of other types of asylum seekers including srilankan tamils and also sardars (I think, not completely sure). The rulers in EU and Canada seem to think too much of themselves. And the strategy seemed to have worked with SDRE folks and also possibly africans from different countries.

But with the pissfuls? Let's watch.

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Postby IndraD » 29 Dec 2016 23:36

Hindustan Times ‏@htTweets 2m2 minutes ago
India cautions nationals while travelling in Germany during holiday season http://read.ht/BQIQ

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Postby GShankar » 30 Dec 2016 00:21

^^ About time we gave out travel advisories on EU. Our citijens also require some kind of warnings..

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Postby IndraD » 30 Dec 2016 05:28

Holland: Calls for an end to ‘politically correct activities’ after primary school children are ordered to learn how to pray at a mosque popular with radical preachers
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z4UH4ZKi1T

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Postby IndraD » 30 Dec 2016 05:32

Its horrifying what Europe is becoming fast !! https://twitter.com/GopAaron/status/814179351218556928

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Postby prahaar » 30 Dec 2016 23:54

Institutional degeneration in EU land is serious. A person responsible for attacking a passerby, which caused the victim's death is given a prison sentence of mere 2 years.

http://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/neo-n ... ck/9379918

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Postby Prem » 31 Dec 2016 02:45

http://tacticalinvestor.com/unfair-payb ... st-brexit/

Britain’s vote to leave the EU has sparked discrimination against U.K. scientists and researchers, a report has revealed.
In a confidential survey of the U.K.’s Russell Group universities, the Guardian found cases of elite universities coming under pressure to abandon collaborations with European partners. In some cases, British academics have been asked to leave EU-funded projects or to step down from leadership roles because they are considered a financial liability.Incidents reported by the universities suggest that researchers across the natural sciences, the engineering disciplines and social sciences are all affected.The Guardian reports in one case that an EU project officer recommended that a lead investigator drop all U.K. partners from a consortium because Britain’s share of funding could not be guaranteed. The note implied that if U.K. organizations remained on the project, due to start next year, the contract’s approval would be delayed until Britain had agreed a fresh deal with Europe .The backlash against U.K. researchers began immediately after the June referendum when the failure to plan for a post-Brexit Britain cast serious doubts over the chances of British organizations securing future EU funding. British researchers receive about £1 billion a year from EU funding programs, but access to the funds must be renegotiated under Brexit.

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Postby GShankar » 01 Jan 2017 07:02

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-38473936


Merkel: Islamist terror is 'greatest threat' to Germany

Islamist terrorism is the biggest challenge facing Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said in her New Year message. Referring to the deadly truck attack in Berlin by a Tunisian asylum seeker, she said it was "sickening" when acts of terror were ...



What a turnaround in Merkel's mind? The political reality is very interesting..

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India lets Italian marine go home as UN mediates over fishermen shooting

Salvatore Girone, accused of killing two fishermen, can return to Italy while UN decides where case should be tried

India’s top court has allowed an Italian marine to return home while international arbitration proceedings take place over the fatal shootings of two Indian fishermen in 2012, in which he and a fellow marine are implicated.

Salvatore Girone had been on bail before the supreme court order on Thursday but had been asked to remain in Delhi.

The case has put a strain on relations between India and Italy, who disagree on the facts of the case and over who has jurisdiction.

India has accused Girone and Massimiliano Latorre of killing the two fishermen in Indian waters while they were assigned to anti-piracy duties aboard an Italian commercial ship.

Italy says the marines thought the fishermen were pirates and that the shooting occurred in international waters, and has taken the case to international arbitration.

India has insisted it has jurisdiction, while Italy has argued that the case should be heard in an Italian court. Italy has also complained that after four years the two marines have yet to be formally charged with any crime. (sounds like a loop hole to let them off the hook)

A UN tribunal will now decide whether India or Italy has jurisdiction. The tribunal asked India to allow the marine to return home while the arbitration proceedings take place.

On Thursday, India’s court also said Girone should return if the tribunal decides in India’s favour.

Latorre has been in Italy since 2014 for medical treatment after suffering a stroke in India.



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Postby Austin » 01 Jan 2017 13:08

^^ Quite a let down here , Why should this even go to UN which is any way a Gora mans club

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Postby Neshant » 01 Jan 2017 14:11

Methinks its a loophole set up by the Indian govt to let these mercenaries off the hook.

Hence the reason no charges have been laid for 4 yrs. They have literally been on vacation in India for 4 yrs after committing murder.

Indian lives are cheap yo!

How much you want to bet the UN verdict is they be put on trial in Italy - which is to say they will free.


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