Tag: immigration

Now Fancy That Migrants Behave like Migrants

To fight Sweden’s criminal clans, the police need more powers and should look to neighbouring Denmark, said the intelligence police officer Roland Malmkvist for SVT.

The Rise of the Sun Wheel

In the late 1970s, the then STAR newspaper described Michael Walsh as ‘Britain’s most dangerous man’. Unless one can identify with the mindset of a far-left journalist it is impossible to figure out why such an extreme expression.

Corporate Media hide identities of marauding migrant rapists who attack led to 14-year old’s suicide

The question is can a case be brought today or in the future against mainstream media for aiding and abetting the unfolding horror of migrant attacks on their reluctant European hosts. True Europeans are fed up to the back teeth with leftist-infested media seeing no wrong on in migrants whilst never missing an opportunity to inflame racist attacks on Whites by constantly feeding coloureds with a victimhood status. Such is media’s anti-White stance that this in itself encourages, and as migrants see it, justifies a violent response to what they are told by media is ‘white racism’.

EU Law invites migrants to seize the homes of Europeans

In Europe, against the backdrop of the coronavirus crisis, squatting is gaining momentum, unauthorized settlement in empty housing. There are especially many such cases in Spain, where Russians like to buy holiday property. The popularity of squatting in the region is due to the peculiarities of local legislation, the invaders can only be evicted through the courts, and in some cases, it justifies the seizure: it is believed that anyone has the right to housing.

Why Migrants are Legally permitted to live in the EU and Britain

The householder has the right to decide his or her guests. The political party has the right to decide its members. The employer has the right to decide its employees. The hallmark of any independent institution is its ability to control its entrants. Yet when it comes to the nation, it can no longer control who enters. The 1951 UN Refugee Convention has shattered the ability of nations to control their borders.

The European Union much less popular than Red Ruled Europe

In its latest EU-wide survey of citizens’ views, the EU’s spring ‘Euro barometer’ will not make for comfortable reading in Brussels. Despite the Eurorats’ usual attempts to extract some positives from the answers to its 29 questions with many possible answers for each, the simple fact is that only 23% of the 27 nation EU citizens said they’re in favour of the EU as it is today.