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“Swedish Spring”: Citizens Demand National Conversation On Muslims Migrant Crimes

It’s being called the “Swedish Spring”; a groundswell of support for a top cop who went public on the epidemic of crimes being committed by Muslim migrants which has led to Swedes demanding a national conversation on the issue.  Via: infowars.com Since veteran police officer Peter Springare blew the whistle on the devastating effects mass immigration has had on Sweden, likes ...

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Europeans want immigration ban from Muslim countries

A majority of Europeans want a ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries, a poll has revealed. An average of 55 per cent of people across the 10 European countries surveyed wanted to stop all future immigration from mainly Muslim countries.  Via: independent.co.uk The Chatham House study, conducted before US President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigration to the US from ...

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Migrants Are to Blame For Most Serious Crimes In Sweden

A SWEDISH police officer has launched a seething attack on the country’s politically correct approach to immigration as he claimed Muslims migrants were to blame for the most serious crimes. Via: express.co.uk In a Facebook rant, Peter Springare said his post was not politically correct, but he did not care as he was soon retiring after 47 years of service.Sweden has ...

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Sweden Blocks Request for Data on Link Between Crime and Immigration

A request for data detailing the relationship between crime and immigration in Sweden has been blocked by the government. Via: breitbart.com  The Sweden Democrats (SD) called for an investigation into the subject after a recent study showed that Swedish women feel increasingly insecure, and are hesitant to leave the house, fearing sexual harassment. Figures on the proportion of crimes that are carried out ...

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Behind The Scenes of Geert Wilders Trial

If Europeans are ever to stand a chance of unravelling the coils of laws constricting their throats, preventing their ability to speak out against the demographic redrawing of their countries or any other potential danger they may note, it may prove helpful understanding how this slow strangulation took shape. Although the gross unfairness of Geert Wilders’s prosecution is clear when ...

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Thousands rally against Turkey child sex conviction bill

Thousands of people, including women and children, marched Saturday in Istanbul against a controversial bill that would overturn men’s convictions for child sex assault if they married their victim. “We will not shut up. We will not obey. Withdraw the bill immediately!” the around 3,000 protesters shouted amid claps and whistles as they marched to Kadikoy square on the city’s ...

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In England Courts failing victims of honour crime,

Scotland Yard officer claims honour crimes are not being prosecuted  Detective Sergeant Pal Singh said ‘there appears to be an apathy from the CPS when prosecuting cases where Asian women are victims of crimes’ Mr Singh has been commended three times for his work on honours crimes Honour crimes are not being prosecuted for fear of causing unrest in the ...

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Germans Leaving In Droves as Germany enjoys spike of rapes and sexual assaults

More than 1.5 million Germans, many of them highly educated, left Germany during the past decade. — Die Welt. Germany is facing a spike in migrant crime, including an epidemic of rapes and sexual assaults. Mass migration is also accelerating the Islamization of Germany. Many Germans appear to be losing hope about the future direction of their country. “We refugees… ...

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Sweden is feeling the strain as number of asylum seekers soar

But the country is now in turmoil – gaining a grim reputation for sex attacks – as it attempts to absorb huge numbers of migrants coming to Europe to seek asylum. Violence and crime is rife with police admitting to several “no-go” zones. For years Sweden saw itself as a “humanitarian superpower” – making its mark not by fighting wars ...

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