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Europe’s Gays Are Moving to the Right, Alarmed by Islam

For decades, in both America and Europe, the gay establishment – gay magazines, gay rights organizations, and self-designated gay leaders – have been dictating politics to the gay multitudes. Those politics have been consistently left-wing and Democratic. Not all gays have played follow-the-leader, but most have, so that in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections Hillary Clinton won a far larger ...

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Austria: Show your face or face a fine

As less than two weeks remain until the ban on Muslim face veils comes into force in Austria, the authorities decided to inform the citizens and foreign nationals about it once again by issuing statements and distributing flyers. Via: rt.com “The Anti-Face-Veiling Act prohibits covering facial features in public by clothes or other objects in such a way that they are ...

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Denmark Muslim’s Refugees : How Many Are Coming, And From Where?

During the first seven months of 2017, only 1,918 people have applied for asylum in Denmark. This is the lowest number in 6 years, and a steep fall compared to the previous years. Also, Denmark has not accepted the 500 resettlement refugees from the UNHCR that we normally receive every year. Before summer there were, however, still 8,000 people accommodated ...

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Shift Of Immigration Debate In Scandinavia

Until recently, the very notion that some European neighborhoods were “no-go” zones was vehemently dismissed by politicians and commentators on both sides of the Atlantic as a myth, a lie, a vicious right-wing calumny. But even as Swedish officials were denying the existence of such zones in their own country, they were secretly mapping them out and overseeing a police ...

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90 PerCent Of Muslim Asylum Seekers In Austria End Up On Welfare

Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka is resisting EU efforts to increase his country’s migrant quota, claiming that 90 per cent of the Muslim asylum seekers in Austria end up on welfare benefits and strain the system. Via: krone.at The Austrian Interior Minister once again railed at attempts by the European Union to send more migrants to Austria, saying that the vast ...

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Geert Wilders: “In My Opinion, Islam Is Not a Religion”

“Not long ago Professor Koopmans found that as much as seventy percent of Muslims find Islamic rules more important than secular laws.” — Geert Wilders Research also points out that 11 percent of Dutch Muslims in the Netherlands are prepared to use violence on behalf of their religion. That is a 110,000 people, twice the size of the Dutch army!” ...

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Sweden holds biggest war games in 20 years

Neutral Sweden has launched its biggest war games in two decades with support from NATO countries, drilling 19,000 troops after years of spending cuts that have left the country fearful of Russia’s growing military strength. Via: Johan Ahlander  On the eve of Russia’s biggest maneuvers since 2013, which NATO says will be greater than the 13,000 troops Moscow says are involved, ...

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Christians in Germany will become a minority in the next 20 years

Turkey controls 900 mosques in Germany and feels free to say that a “liberal mosque” in Germany is “incompatible” with Islam. Via: Giulio Meotti  Can you imagine Germany offering Iraq, Syria and Egypt to build “200 new churches” to reconstruct the derelict and dispossessed Christian communities there? No, because in the Middle East, Christians have been eradicated in a forced de-Christianization. ...

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Witold Waszczykowski: Poland’s Security Is More Important than European Court

“Poland’s security is more important than imprudent decisions by European institutions,” Minister Witold Waszczykowski told Polish Radio 3’s Beata Michniewicz, referring to the EU Court of Justice’s judgment that dismissed the actions of Slovakia and Hungary regarding the relocation of 120,000 refugees. Via: msz.gov.pl “We still believe that this decision, dating back two years, was taken against the law and ...

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Iran Follows In North Korea’s Footsteps

Nuclearization, Missile Development Alongside Agreements With The Superpowers; EU3, IAEA Director-General Submitted To Obama Administration Pressure, Agreed To JCPOA With No Real Inspection, No Response To Iran’s Missile Program; French President: ‘Absolutely Necessary’ That JCPOA Be ‘Supplemented’  Via:  A. Savyon and Yigal Carmon Introduction Top Iranian officials have stated in the past that Tehran is learning from the experience of North Korea in ...

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