Tag: attacks

Get Out and Stay Out says Spain

Spain has returned over 1,500 gimmigrants to Morocco a day after ‘around 6,000 aliens’ stormed into its North-African enclave of Ceuta by sea, either swimming or with inflatables, all in a bid to eventually get to mainland Europe and fan out across the generous European Union; free homes, income without work, education and healthcare, at the expense of European taxpayers.

Say Thanks and go with €30,000 in your Pockets

Inger Støjberg, Denmark’s former migration minister has requested that Syrian asylum seekers, many of whom have lived in the Scandinavian country for nearly a decade now, begin making arrangements to leave the country. She also asked that the asylum seekers to kindly give thanks to the generous Danes who ensured their well-being when they needed it most.

German Regime Europe’s Most Hated Government

Alarmingly, Merkel’s Washington Occupied Germany is less popular than the East German regime before the collapse of the Soviet Bloc. Public safety in Germany, as far as politically motivated crime is concerned, is at an all-time low. Extreme violence has increased significantly, but there are also unconstitutional trends. In the light of the last 20 years, the level of politically motivated crime in Germany today is unknown since the chaos of World War II when the Allied troops ransacked Germany.

Israel on the Brink: ‘Irish MP Humiliates Israeli Ambassador’

The short video featured at the tail end of this article says it all. An Irish MP makes a rousing speech in the Irish parliament in defence of the Palestinian people. He calls attention to  Israel’s flagrant war crimes, apartheid policies, and double standards. Note that this is an unprecedented public denunciation of Zionism by a national government representative. It has never happened before.

See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil judges threaten peace in Europe

Chahinez, a 31-year-old mother of three originally from Algeria, died in Mérignac, near Bordeaux, after being burned alive by her serial-psycho 45-year-old husband, sparking a wave of indignation and protests. Around 300 people, friends and neighbours gathered for an hour in silence near the scene of the tragedy, placing flowers, candles, and a message: 
‘We will not forget you,’ was written on the sidewalk where the Algerian woman tragically and needlessly died.