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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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Sweden fears of possible Russian election meddling

Russia could try to influence the outcome of national elections in Sweden in September if authorities in Moscow feel their strategic interests are threatened, the Swedish security service said on Thursday. By – Johan Ahlander  The service’s head of counter-intelligence, Daniel Stenling, cited membership of NATO – which Sweden has debated joining – and security around the Baltic Sea as two ...

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Swedenstan braces for a “civil war” in no-go zones

Is Sweden preparing its citizens for a war with Russia…or is it really preparing citizens for what will be an inevitable clash with gangs located in the no-go zones around the country? By – Alex Christoforou  Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said that Sweden would do whatever it takes, including sending in the army, to end the wave of gang violence situated in the no-go zones ...

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The Truth About Swedish Anti-Semitism

This past Saturday, a Hanukkah party at a synagogue in Goteborg, Sweden, was abruptly interrupted by Molotov cocktails. They were hurled by a gang of men in masks at the  teenagers, Jews, mostly who had gathered to celebrate the holiday.  By – Paulina Neuding  Two days later, two fire bombs were discovered outside the Jewish burial chapel in the southern Swedish city of ...

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Sweden’s getting ready for the election-year information war

While the US debates to what extent Russia influenced its presidential election, a small country in northern Europe is already gearing up to fend off foreign interference in its next election. Via: Emma Löfgren  The debate about foreign interference in the US presidential election has dominated global news for the past year, including the recent release of a trove of social ...

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It is the denial that destroyed Sweden

KRÖNIKA Slowly shrinks the reality of decision makers and politicians. We saw that recently when the Polish politician was interviewed in Sweden’s Radio.There he explains that the establishment does not really know the image of society that others daily tried to warn about for several years.  Via: Katerina Janouch  Katerina Janouch is the author and recurring chronicle of News Today. She believes that ...

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Sweden’s U-Turn: How Liberals’ refugee policy turned public AGAINST migrants

Fears of Swedes losing their culture and identity has fuelled a rise in anti-migrant sentiment, after 163,000 people arrived in the country in last year. Via: Alix Culbertson Sweden has been the poster child for openness and toleration for decades but that has changed in just two years, the study by independent British think-tank Demos found. In September 2015, thousands of ...

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Poland’s Most Powerful Politician Calling for a FULL BAN on Islamic Migrants

As the migrant crisis intensifies all across Europe, many politicians have refused to acknowledge the increase in crime that accompanies mass migration. Via: Jon Anthony  From Sweden’s Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, to Germany’s Angela Merkel, it seems that the vast majority of European politicians are pandering to the onslaught of migrants, opening up their borders to everyone and anyone, while ...

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Uzbekistan Claim They Warned Sweden About #StockholmAttack

The government of Uzbekistan is claiming they previously flagged to Swedish authorities that the Uzbek national behind the Stockholm terror attack was an Islamic State recruit Via: Chris Tomlinson Uzbekistan Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov said Friday that Uzbek security services had told Swedish authorities 39-year-old terrorist Rakhmat Akilov had links to Islamic State well before the attack that claimed the lives of four people. ...

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s interview with the National Interest Magazine

Question: I’d like to start by asking you about your forthcoming meeting with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, we’ve read in the press that the two of you may be meeting soon. Sergey Lavrov: So they say. Question: Could you perhaps tell us about your expectations and goals in dealing with Secretary Tillerson? Sergey Lavrov: Well, after the American ...

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