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The ‘Angry Police Wives’ group has staged a protest on the eve of the French presidential elections, after several police officers were injured and one killed by an Islamist armed with a Kalashnikov rifle. Over a hundred wives, husbands and other partners of serving police officers marched in Paris to protest what they see as a failure on the part of the Socialist Party government to protect officers like the ones targeted in the deadly shooting on April 20th. Thirty-seven-year-old Xavier Jugelé was murdered by Karim Cheurfi, a career criminal living with his Algerian mother, who and had been previously imprisoned for attempting to murder another police officer. He had handwritten notes defending the Islamic State terror group and a copy of the Qu’ran with him, according to reports. The 'Angry Police Wives' put their feet down in Paris protest https://t.co/E7dJbsZOAW — FemmesSécuritéPaix (@SecurityPaix) April 22, 2017 The authorities have revealed that he should have been recalled to prison prior to his deadly attack, after breaking his parole to travel to Algeria. “The Meaux prosecutor’s office [legal authority] demanded that he be recalled to jail to complete his sentence,” admitted Francois Molins, France’s most senior investigating magistrate. “[But] On the 7th
Far-Left “anti-fascists” (antifa) have injured at least two police officers and torched a squad car in Cologne, Germany, after attempts to shut down a party convention for the anti-mass immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) led to clashes with the authorities. The demonstrators, many in all-black, identity-concealing Blac Bloc attire, tried to prevent roughly 600 party delegates from entering their hotel venue, requiring police to escort them through the security perimeter. The Guardian newspaper reports that one officer sustained a “facial injury” while doing so, leading to an arrest. Antifa thugs harassing people who try to attend the AfD party convention in Cologne. #Germany pic.twitter.com/eNmPe5vks2 — Titus Starhemberg 🐸 (@heretic027) April 22, 2017 Up to 4,000 police, many in riot gear or mounted on horseback, were deployed to control an estimated 50,000 demonstrators, including roughly a thousand Far-Left agitators. A police spokesman described the atmosphere as “very dynamic” and “fairly aggressive” in places. Footage broadcast by the n-dtv network showed antifa marching under the cover of smoke bombs, throwing lit flares and trying to frighten police horses. Thirteen wedding couples in the city had to be escorted by police for their own safety, with one bride telling reporters, “We’re getting straight
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has denounced radical Islam as “a monstrous totalitarian ideology that has declared war on our nation, on reason, on civilisation,” after a deadly Kalashnikov attack on police officers in Paris. “Hate preachers must be expelled, the Islamist mosques closed,” the Front National leader declared, lambasting the Socialist Party government as “notoriously feeble”. “We cannot afford to lose this war … for the past ten years, Left-wing and Right-wing governments have done everything they can for us to lose it. We need a presidency which acts and protects us,” she declared, calling on outgoing president François Hollande to expel all foreign nationalists on the extremist watch list and terminate France’s membership of the EU’s borderless Schengen area, which was castigated as “effectively an international passport-free zone for terrorists” by former INTERPOL chief Robert Noble after Islamists killed 130 people in Paris in 2015. “I will protect you. My first measure as president will be to reinstate France’s borders,” https://t.co/7EqYveQVtF — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) April 20, 2017 Ms Le Pen’s main rival for the presidency, former Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron, was the Socialist economy minister until recently, and struck a very different tone following the attack,
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán claims European politicians "behind closed doors" are thanking his government for the robust action it has taken on illegal migration, alleviating pressure on countries such as Germany – but "political double-dealing" and a "culture of hypocrisy" prevent them from admitting it in public.
New documents suggest that the German police knew more about the threat posed by Tunisian terrorist Anis Amri than claimed, according to reports. On December 19th 2016 Amri murdered a Polish haulier and stole his vehicle, which he later drove into a busting Christmas market in the German capital. The Tunisian, who used multiple identities as he gamed the system in Germany, had already had his asylum application rejected and had even been subject to a deportation order before he committed his attack. He has also been linked to radical Islam and multiple crimes – but the police ended their undercover surveillance of the migrant in September 2016, claiming they had not found evidence of a threat. However, the Irish Times reports that Berlin broadcaster RBB has seen documents suggesting the local State Criminal Police Office (Landeskriminalamt, or LKA) considered the bogus asylum seeker an increasing threat to public safety at shortly before making this decision. The newspaper cites an August 2016 report which describes Amri as posing a “growing violent threat”. The authorities had already reduced observation to monitoring the Tunisian’s mobile phone at this point. Hans-Christian Ströbele, a politician representing the opposition Green Party, said he was “now convinced the attack
Top eurocrats fear that should Marine Le Pen win the French presidency, the European Union will not survive. “From the [European] Commission’s point of view, success for Marine Le Pen is a disaster and an existential threat to the European project,” a top official from the bloc’s unelected executive told Politico. “We can survive a Brexit, but not a Frexit.” Ms. Le Pen has stopped short of openly endorsing French withdrawal from the EU, but has pledged a “France First” economic policy should she win office, levying taxes on companies which move jobs out of the country and reintroducing the French franc alongside the pan-European, German-dominated euro currency – policies which would fall foul of EU law. The economic patriotism which I advocate is impossible within the European Union ! https://t.co/SdZi5vZxTQ — Marine in English (@Marine2017_EN) March 6, 2017 Following mass casualty terror attacks in Paris, Nice, and elsewhere in France, Ms. Le Pen also pledged to take France out of the EU’s open-borders Schengen area, which former Interpol chief Robert Nobel has described as “an international passport-free zone for terrorists”. Politico’s sources inside the European Commission, however, have insisted that “There is no legal way to leave the euro or Schengen and
The eurosceptic, anti-mass immigration Sweden Democrats have surged to first place in the polls, as theSwedish voting public apparently become increasingly concerned by the growth of ethnic ghettoisation, rising crime rates and Islamic radicalisation. According to the latest YouGov poll to come out of the Scandinavian country, the party could expect to secure almost a quarter of the vote if elections were held tomorrow – almost double its level of support in 2014 – making it the single largest political force in the country. Meanwhile, the Social Democratic Workers’ Party, which drives Sweden’s current minority coalition government, is down by nine points. Other polls reported by the Express suggest a somewhat less dramatic but still significant rise in support for the populists, which would appear to suggest a trend. The country’s next elections will be held on September 9th 2018, unless a change in the political situation prompts a snap election. YouGov poll — Sweden. Populists lead: 23.9% Sweden Democrats (=)22.0% Social Democrats (-1.5)15.4% Moderates (-1.6)12.5% Centre (+0.7) — Robert Kimbell (@RedHotSquirrel) March 25, 2017 In February 2017, party leaders Jimmie Åkesson and Mattias Karlsson wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal defending U.S. president Donald Trump’s recent comments on the deterioration of social cohesion and
Police Drag Anti-Mass Migration Campaigner Off Streets for Asking Anti-Islamophobia Protestors Questions
Anti-mass immigration campaigner Tommy Robinson was verbally and physically abused by demonstrators on an anti-Islamophobia march on Saturday, after approaching them and attempting to engage in conversation. Police detained him and ordered him off the streets, saying this was "easier" than "taking on" the aggressive protestors.
West Midlands Police are appealing to the public to help track down three “Asian men” who shouted racists comments and violently assaulted a 34-year-old white woman and a male companion in an anti-white race hate attack last December. The Coventry Telegraph reports that the woman, who was wearing a short dress and thigh-high boots, was racially abused by three men of apparently South Asian extraction after a night out at the Coventry Skydome on 11 December, 2016. When she tried to stand up to her abusers, she was struck so hard in the face that her nose and cheekbone were shattered. CCTV footage, which the police have been slow to release, shows the woman stumbling into view clutching her broken nose, followed by a white male presumed to her boyfriend, staggering backwards from a forceful shove. The boyfriend interposes himself between the woman and the most aggressive of the attackers, who is backed up by two more significantly larger men. He does not offer the three attackers any physical resistance, but the lead male throws two at his head, causing him to strike back with a right hook that sends the attacker reeling. The rest of the gang immediately piles in but,
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said the UK will be “perfectly OK” even if the European Union (EU) refuses to conclude a bilateral agreement with it after Brexit – although he added he is sure an agreement will be made. “We would be perfectly OK if we weren’t able to get an agreement, but I’m sure that we will,” he told ITV’s Peston On Sunday. “Our partners and friends around the EU desperately want this thing to work. They don’t want more misery; they don’t want to fall out with the UK”, he said. ICYMI those @BorisJohnson comments claiming the UK would be "perfectly okay" post-Brexit without a trade deal with the EU #Peston pic.twitter.com/PEKAho3GPC — Peston on Sunday (@pestononsunday) March 12, 2017 The Foreign Secretary’s comments come just days after Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjártó warned the EU that seeking to “punish” the British people for backing Brexit would be a “suicidal strategy”, liable to drive UK business abroad to the United States and growing economies around the world. “We need to avoid a situation whereby the EU goes to the back of the line for Britain”, he said. “Losing such a partner and giving it away to others would be a suicidal strategy.” The UK has
Hundreds of Turkish migrants and dual nationals turned out onto the streets of Rotterdam to riot in support of their home country’s Islamist president last night, forcing Dutch police to take robust action to disperse them. People wave Turkish national flags during a demonstration near the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam on March 11, 2017. Photo: MARTEN VAN DIJL/AFP/Getty Images Turkish residents of the Netherlands gather for a protest in Rotterdam on March 11, 2017. Photo: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images Geert Wilders, leader of the Party for Freedom (PVV), released a message in response to the unrest, telling rioters, “You are no Europeans, and you will never be.” 🇳🇱🇹🇷 Geert Wilders's message to Turks: "You are not welcome here!" #Turkey #Rotterdam pic.twitter.com/NEIPKkSgsv — Keith Walker (@KeithWalkerNews) March 12, 2017 “An Islamic state like Turkey does not belong to Europe. All the values Europe stands for – freedom, democracy, human rights – are incompatible with Islam,” he said. “Turkey voted for Erdoğan, a dangerous Islamist who raises the flag of Islam. We do not want more, but less Islam. So Turkey, stay away from us. You are not welcome here.” Aggressive crowds have gathered outside the Dutch embassy in Ankara and the consulate in
Civilian militias patrolling the Bulgarian border to intercept and turn away illegal migrants say they are not nationalists, but merely patriots defending their country from Islamist infiltration. Journalists from NBC News interviewed members of Bulgarian National Movement Shipka – BNO Shipka for short – whom they described as “friendly, courteous and open” despite a fearsome outward appearance. “I’m not nationalistic or anything like that. I’m just a patriot,” said Nikolai Ivanov, one of the group’s founding members. “Many of these immigrants are not just some guys who are trying to run away from war. They are from age 17 to 35, with good physiques and training.” Ivanov stressed it was “not a problem that they are Muslims. The problem is it’s a different civilization. They don’t think like us, they have a totally different view about life, about everything.” Between 50 and 200 migrants a day were crossing the Bulgarian border in 2016, but – like Hungary – the south-east European country has rolled out border fences to reduce the inflow. Groups of civilians have been patrolling the Turkish frontier for over a year now, but BNO Shipka members have a more militia-like character than the early volunteers. The group has a YouTube channel with dozens of videos