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EU’s Commissioner for Migration : More Terror Victims in European Cities for ‘Years to Come’

Innocent people across the European Union (EU) will continue to suffer and die in terror attacks “for years to come”, the EU’s Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs, and Citizenship has said. By – Liam Deacon “We cannot contemplate more victims in our cities, but we know that it is a reality we will probably have to face for years to come,” said Dimitris ...

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5 most radical anti-ghetto plans in Europe

Denmark has announced a crackdown on migrant-dominated ghettos, but how likely are the new measures to actually come into force, and will they make a difference? The fate of Europe’s previous anti-ghetto plans offers a guide. By – Igor Ogorodnev Proposal Twenty-two initiatives have been put forward by the center-right government, including doubling sentences for crimes committed in areas designated as ghettos, a reduction ...

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Angela Merkel’s Real Legacy is lawless no-go areas

On Saturday morning in the biting cold, a middle-aged man in a stout winter coat handed out free tulips in a west German suburb to mark International Women’s Day. By – Sue Reid He cut an unusual figure in the market square of Marxloh, a rundown multi-cultural district where the German tongue is a rarity, on the edge of the once-thriving ...

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EU piles pressure on internet giants to remove Freedom of speech content

Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other internet companies must show the European Union within three months that they are removing extremist content more rapidly or face legislation forcing them to do so. By – Julia Fioretti Several governments, like Sweden, have increased pressure on social media companies to do more to remove illegal content — from material related to groups such ...

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Angela Merkel: ‘No-Go’ Zones Exist in Germany

Angela Merkel has admitted the existence of ‘no-go areas’, where outsiders are afraid to enter, in Germany . By – Virginia Hale In an interview with RTL earlier this week, the acting Chancellor also conceded that the huge influx of third world migrants who arrived after her decision to throw open the border in 2015 has “raised multiple questions”. Merkel said she is ...

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Europe’s Nightmare: Baby Mohammad not welcome

If Muhammad cannot beat the infidels on the battlefield, he’ll outbreed them—literally: “Mohammed most popular name for newborn boys in the Netherlands for second year in a row,” is the title of a recent report.  Muhammad is apparently also the most popular name in England. In fact, Muhammad is one of the most popular names throughout Northwest Europe. By – Raymond Ibrahim While this may seem innocuous ...

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Netherlands REFUSE to pay more to plug Brexit blackhole

BRUSSELS chiefs face a desperate and lengthy battle with EU member governments as they count the financial cost of the UK leaving the bloc as the Netherlands became the latest member to refuse to pay more to plug the budget blackhole left by Brexit. By – Rebecca perring Jean-Claude Juncker has ordered EU nations to prop-up the ailing bloc in ...

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Viktor Orban: ‘Christianity is Europe’s last hope’

HUNGARY’S Prime Minister Viktor Orban has claimed “Christianity is Europe’s last hope” in a fiery speech in which he also took aim at “politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris” over migration. By – Harvey Gavin Mr Orban said the European Union risks being “overrun” by mass immigration and “Islamic expansion” before calling for a global alliance to what he portrayed as a growing ...

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As West Fears the Rise of Autocrats, Hungary Shows What’s Possible

The senior leaders of Fidesz gathered on the banks of the Danube, in a building known as the Hungarian White House, stunned by the scale of their good fortune. Their right-wing party had won unexpectedly sweeping political power in national elections. The question was how to use it. By – Patrick Kingsley  Several men urged caution. But Viktor Orban, the prime minister-elect, disagreed. ...

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Invest in migrants to avert ‘nuclear bomb’ of unrest in Europe

After decades of spending on infrastructure to develop poorer parts of Europe, the European Union must invest in migrants to avert a “nuclear bomb” of civil unrest, a top EU official said. By – Greg Scruggs Armed with a war chest of 350 billion euros ($428 billion) to spend by 2020 on its so-called cohesion policy, the European Union is aiming ...

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